Future embraces the Halloween theme with his new free mixtape, Monster. Future’s newest album Honest was pretty successful and this was next on the list. Word has it that this mixtape bangs. Find out for yourself DatPiff.com.
As I mentioned in my post about Victor Niglio’s “Ghostbusters” remix, Whiiite has been cooking up a mixtape with all of his friends featured on it. Each track is themed as a throwback Halloween track that has been revamped.
We get everything from dubstep to future bass. Some notable tracks? James Egbert’s remix to “Thriller” and Jauz’s remix to the “Jaws Theme.” Overall, this compilation of tracks will definitely put you in the Halloween mood.
Buygore is back at it with this hot new release from BeazyTymes. Hailing from Chicago and runnin’ the shit out of the trap, BeazyTymes has been doing his thang, releasing quality shit, and has even caught the attention of some big trap names, such as UZ. The only way to describe this track is to call it what it is – “savage.” The piercing highs just give it a “go hard or go home” feel. It’s up for free download, so go grab it, and make sure to follow him on SoundCloud to keep up with him.
It’s that time of the week again, Timeflies Tuesday. This week the Cal and Rez chose to take on “Stay High” by Tove Lo. A song that has been getting serious mainstream radio play as of late. The video shows shots of the guy’s enjoying a Misterwives concert, and features clips from on tour. Timeflies is currently in the middle of their After Hours Fall tour, hitting up major cities across the United States. They return to their hometown on November 21st & 22nd for the final 2 shows of the After Hours tour. Cal and Rez always draw a big crowds in NYC, the shows at Webster Hall and Best Buy Theater are already sold out a month in advance. When we attended the “After Hours” album release show at Terminal 5 the energy in the building was on another level, we expect no different for the closing shows of this Fall tour.
Halloween is definitely an underrated holiday. As a kid, you probably enjoyed everything about it from the candy to trick-or-treating. Now, most of us probably are over that phase. If you’re still a trick-or-treater, no shame in that.
For dance music fans, tons of promoters are stepping up to the plate to make sure that their show is the best. There also seems to be a trend recently where these promoters are tacking on a November 1 show to make the weekend that much more epic.
With our ranking, we’ve taken a few things into consideration: Lineup, production, ticket costs, and “wow” factor. What do we mean by “wow” factor? Well, some festivals came with insane trailers and other elements to hype up the event. These qualities definitely helped. So, are you curious to see if your local Halloween show makes our top 10 list? Read more to find out!
Halloween is just around the corner. This edition of Trap Tuesdays is full of creepy tracks, monstrous sounds, and tweaked twerk remixes for the weekend activities. As the holiday falls on a Friday this year, I am sure you will see plenty of scantily-costumed ladies doing the same thing as these two up above. I hope you all turn the fuck up – responsibly and safely – this Halloween as I sure as hell will be!
In preparation for Freaknight Festival 2014, Botnek has created an anthem entitled “Grindhouse.” With the drop, you’ll hear the signature Botnek percussion synth. Just a straight assault of sounds. Botnek warns listeners:
The track is literally about chainsaws and nightmares. Absolutely NSFW, or even clubs. Earplugs and 18+ suggested.
Steve Aoki also has backed up the Dim Mak bros with a remix. Essentially, the remix turns things up a little bit with fatter synth sounds and more of an electro influence. The remix will be included after the jump.
Release Date: October 27, 2014 | Beatport