“Ice Cream” by Jacob Plant

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Another artist has taken a stab at future house, and this time, it’s Dim Mak’s Jacob Plant. Unlike the grungier future house that’s currently popular in the scene, Jacob Plant puts more of a fun twist to his rendition.

With the vocal sample whispering “Ice Cream” all throughout the track, there’s a somewhat dreamy quality that gets added to the track. With this release, Jacob Plant is following up his most recent “Louder EP” which hit the #5 spot on Beatport’s Electro House charts. From electro house to future house, Jacob Plant is truly showing the world what a versatile producer he is.

Release Date: January 27, 2015 | Beatport

“Uptown Funk (Charlie Darker Remix)” by Bruno Mars

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Charlie Darker takes a Billboard Top 100 track and adds some heavy drops. Unlike the upbeat, fun sounding track, Charlie Darker gives us more of a darker, underground dance track. An interesting twist to a popular track that will still keep you dancing like with the original.

“Intoxicated (Landis Remix)” by Martin Solveig & GTA

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Landis adds a little bit of extra energy to Martin Solveig & GTA’s funky track “Intoxicated.” What originally sounded like a party with horns now has turned into more of a Melbourne Bounce sounding track. With a bassline like this, the groove gets a complete makeover that makes you want to bounce.

“Grind (trichome. Flip)” by Mr. Carmack


What’s up guys, my name’s Greg, better know as Kaner, and I’m gonna be throwing you some tunes for as long as Jay and you guys let me. Lets get to the music.

I stumbled upon this trap/chillstep artist named trichome. who seems to have a really good sound in everything he’s produced. I’m posting a song from an older collection, that really represents what he’s all about; rhythmic bass lines, with enough samples and diversions to get you on your feet. “Grind” is a re-flip of a Mr. Carmack record, and does it justice. Have a listen below.

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PumpTheBeat.com Presents: Trap Tuesdays Vol. 9


Classes have officially started and with the New Year + new semester to propel me, I plan to make this a great Spring and stay ahead on my schoolwork!
~ Every College Student

Let’s be real, y’all, weeks two and three will roll around and we’ll probably already have a late assignment. But luckily I’ve got a bangin’ Trap playlist to help get us through this week and arrive at the fabled first weekend back. That’s right, asses up, cups down, music bumping down the block. Start your semester off right with a party-ready playlist to get down to.

Take note of the sick Rap remakes featuring K.Dot & Sndwvs, Meek Milly & Baht, Trap Lord Ferg & Marssick, and the new kid, Makonnen, with Styles&Complete.

“Weekend (Jai Wolf Remix)” by Mocki

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This remix of “Weekend” by Mocki is brought to you by Jai Wolf, one of my favorite artist out there right now. The track starts out with the familiar euphoric sound of this artist, drawing you in. However, this time Jai Wolf gives us a little bit of a change up with the drop. It’s not a typical Jai Wolf drop, but nonetheless the sound is unmatched. Love the heavy dose of creativity on this track. With support from a lot of big artist already, including Skrillex, Diplo, and Adventure Club, I am excited to see where this guys career goes. Take a listen and stay tuned!

“Blow Your Mind” by Tiësto & MOTi

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Label boss, Tiësto, and MOTi have come out with an interesting track to bring something new to the table. With the first segment of the track, we get a chaotic-feeling big room track. But, that’s not the main reason why this track stands out to most listeners.

When you reach the breakdown, things start to change. Although Tiësto & MOTi aren’t the first producers to incorporate a BPM change, they’re able to blend in the breakdown in a way that eases the listener into this slower pace. Don’t worry. Things start picking up right away, and the track gets going again.

Release Date: January 26, 2015 | Beatport