“I Need Your Love (No Pets Allowed Remix)” by Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goudling

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No Pets Allowed consistently gives up crazy remixes to songs we love, and they do not disappoint here. I have heard a lot of remixes to this song (it is Calvin Harris after all), but this remix is definitely the most unique. Instead of just repeating Ellie Goulding’s vocals over and over (like a lot of remixes of this song do), No Pets Allowed gives us a huge variation of sounds that really set this remix apart from the rest of the others. My favorite part is the drop at 2:30. Comes out of no where and destroys all human life. Check it out!

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Video: “Tomorrowland 2013 Official Aftermovie”

This video is literally insane. I just got finished with the 30 minutes of footage and could not be more excited (Even though I didn’t go). If you’re super into the festival scene, this is a must watch!

Video: “We Can’t Stop (Neon Hitch Cover)” by Miley Cyrus

I’ve never really listened to any of Neon Hitch’s music, but after this popped up on my feed, I figured that I should give her a chance. After listening through a few times, I explored her other covers like of Waka Flocka’s “No Hands” and her original track “Fuck U Betta.” It seems that Neon Hitch’s style is pop with the obvious reggae influence. It also seems as though her style includes the over-sexualization of the track, both with the vocals and in the music videos. Definitely no complaints from me.

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Mixtape: “My Awesome Mixtape 4″ by Clinton Sparks

Clinton Sparks has once again has created an awesome mixtape for our listening pleasure. This is the 4th installment in Clinton’s “My Awesome Mixtape” series and might just be my personal favorite. If you are a looking for the perfect thing to get you through the week and keep you partying into the weekend, look no farther. How can anything top a mixtape with an intro by WWE legend Hulk Hogan, with features by Snoop, 2 Chains, Macklemore, Jim Jones & many other awesome artists! Be on the lookout for more info about Clinton’s upcoming “Gold Rush” tour  and “Disco Ball & Chain” album. 

Timeflies Tuesday: “We Can’t Stop”

After her crazy VMA’s performance this year all people can talk about is Miley Cyrus. So it seems only fitting that the guys take on “We Can’t Stop” for this weeks Timeflies Tuesday. Like always Cal kicked a freestyle, this time topics ranged from “NSYNC” to “Catfish” on top of a dope beat from the master Rez. The video shot by OB Films captures epic moments from their summer shows including the exclusive event at PC Richard & Son Theater and their MTV VMA Pre-Party show with Jason Derulo. In just under a month Timeflies hits the road for their “Warning Signs” tour, kicking off in Boston,MA on 10/09  and coming to a close on 11/24 in Detroit,MI. This will be Timeflies biggest tour of their career to date. Joining them on will be Chiddy Bang and special guests like Cash Cash & Travis Mills. Do not wait to buy these tickets because I can guarantee they will be selling out fast! 

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Album: “Atmosphere” by Kaskade


The day has finally come; the release of Ryan Raddon’s, or rather Kaskade’s, new album, “Atmosphere.” I am a huge fan of Kaskade, and I have been listening to the album ever since I bought it this morning, and it is simply amazing. Kaskade stays true to himself and the typical Kaskade sounds are heard throughout the album, however, he also finds a way to implement a new, chill sound that I love so far. Songs like, “Atmosphere,” “Last Chance,” “Feeling the Night (feat. Becky Jean Williams),” & “Why Ask Why” feature Kaskade’s classic tones and synth work. On the other hand, it seems like Kaskade might be following the musical tone trend  of deep synths and simple beats & build ups that the UK duo Disclosure has made popular. Just listen to, “LAX to JFK,” several parts literally sound like Disclosure, however, Kaskade is no copycat, and he inputs his own style that you can hear in the build up and drop in the song. Also, many of you may not agree, but I truly HATED the original “No One Knows Who We Are (feat. Lights).” I was really disappointed and didn’t understand its popularity, however, Kaskade’s edit has enraptured me. Overall, this album is a work of art; Kaskade has not disappointed. Kaskade has shown no signs of burning out. Raddon is still releasing electronic HITS, and you should get the album ASAP.

The album can be purchased on iTunes. Support great artist!