This video was just premiered on Red Bull Music’s Youtube Channel. Although the video’s pretty short, you can learn a lot about Skrillex and Boys Noize’s styles and ways they approach their arrangement. You also get a little insight on how Dog Blood get’s stuff done. Pretty interesting stuff!
Kill Paris, an incredible producer who I’ve been following for a minute now has really impressed me with their soulful electronic hits like “Fall In Love Again” and their remixes of “Baby Come Back” and “Fallen Love”. We’ve featured all of these on the site btw. Even though he has a new EP coming out on Skrillex’s label, he has started his own label called Sexy Electric and here is the first tune from it featuring sexy vocalist Alma and a little help from Sound Remedy. It’s got everything and it’s awesome. Listen.
Jon Bellion has done some huge things this year. For starters, he wrote the chorus to Eminem and Rihanna’s hit single “The Monster” and sold out his first headline show in NYC. He released Translation Through Speakers back in February and now he’s bringing us his latest highly anticipated album The Separation. Some key tracks off of the album are “Eyes To The Sky,” “When The Lions Come,” “Ungrateful Eyes,” “Superman, The Gift And The Curse” and “Jim Morrison.” Honestly, this guy is awesome and he’s one of the best indie hip-hop artists right now, so be sure to take advantage of this free release.
Protege producer, Julian Jordan, is out with an amazing track that Spinnin’ Records endorsed on their SoundCloud page (This most likely means it will be released on Spinnin Records, if it isn’t being done so already). Anyways, the almost off key sounding lead gives this track a sort of grungyness that you don’t hear often in Jordan’s other tracks. He’s giving this track away as a free download, so get it while you can!
I’ve just across a few massive Spinnin’ Records releases, and this one goes pretty hard. Don’t really know I Am Legion or Nightwatch really well, but the drop is heavy, and the horn/laser synths that shoot through give this track a pretty unique feel. Of course, the random, dark vocal shots definitely help too. We’ll keep an eye out for the full release and other songs out by I Am Legion and Nightwatch.
Release Date: December 27, 2013
Here’s a massive track preview of Showtek’s new vocal edit of “Cannonball.” A ton of people are feeling that this release is a little too late or are feeling that the vocals were necessary. I may agree slightly on both points, but I think the vocals definitely help with the revival of this track. And of course, you can’t get enough of Matthew Koma’s voice. More importantly though, this is a “World Exclusive” by Pete Tong (Make sure you read that in his British accent).
I have been a bit disappointed with the development of my library as of late, and when that happens I always venture down to the depths and resurface personal favorites. Today I happened to have come across this gem. With a prominent role in the French Express label of superstars amongst the likes of Isaac Tichauer, Moon Boots, and Jonas Rathsman, Perseus has his finger at the pulse of the “house revival.” With effervescent synths and chimes, “serotonin pumping” bass as my friend says, and sultry lyrical tones, Perseus makes you want to dance. And dance. And dance… This song makes you feel like you’re on vacation in the Mediterranean with not a single care in the world. That’s what music is all about in the first place isn’t it? Free download too!