So this trio group Savoy based out of Colorado joined forces with the singer SOFI which has done tracks with Deadmau5. SOFI has added some dope vocals on Savoy’s notorious dubstep banger Under My Skin. It can get a little repetitive but the vocals defiantly help balance the track, the drop is sharp, loud and in your face. A great collaboration that will not be soon forgotten.
The thing about Madeon is his formula for producing is basically the same, but his song choices for his tracks is what really make his songs critically acclaimed works of arts. Madeon famous formula is taking about a hundred songs and transforming it to become a poppy fun-loving brand new track. The City is another created via the formula. Easy to listen to again and again.
I love seeing Delta Heavy rise in popularity! This mix is dope just like the duo. This song has hit tracks from the past 6 months, awesome remix and originals all mixed. Such a solid mix, hopefully it’ll match their popularity of their previous mix: SB.TV Mixtape June 2012. This shit is dope people!
Foreigner – Cold As Ice (Nick Thayer and A Skillz Bootleg)
Skrillex feat. Sirah – Bangarang
Diplo and Vato Gonzalez – Rasclart Riddem
Far Too Loud – 600 Years
Porter Robinson – Unison (Knife Party Remix)
Die Antwoord – Fok Julle Naaiers (Nero Edit)
Knife Party – Bonfire
Porter Robinson – Spitfire (Kill The Noise Remix)
Birdy Nam Nam – Goin’ In (Skrillex’s Goin’ Hard Mix)
Birdy Nam Nam – Goin’ In (Skrillex’s Goin’ Down Mix) / Baauer – My Nose
Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta (The Rebirth) / Redlight feat. Ms Dynamite – What You Talkin About (Accapella)
Buraka Som Sistema – Hangover (Illskillz Remix)
Justin Martin – Ruff Stuff
Shadow Child – The Verdict
Julio Bashmore – Au Seve
Kry Wolf – Off The Reel
Dismantle – Witch
2Edit – Tropicalia (Torro Torro Remix)
Far Too Loud – Firestorm
Knife Party – Rage Valley
Wax Motif feat. Neoteric – Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix)
Nero – Must Be The Feeling (Delta Heavy Remix)
Kill The Noise – Kill The Noise (Dillon Francis Remix)
Justin Martin – Hood Rich
The hit track “Work Hard, Play Hard“ has been taken back to the studio and relyricized. Young Jeezy and Lil Wayne jumped on the track this time. Young Jeezy verse follows the same rythme of Wiz’s old part but its more rough and tough sounding. Wayne’s interest on his track is dramatic, but his voice sounds a little weak and simple. The track, overall, is a cool remix, but maybe lil’ wayne should take the break he was talking about doing. Then comes Wiz’s part, his new verse is quick, catchy, and just down-right cool. This kid is a unstoppable force that is growing rapidly. Gotta love ‘em.
Holy Shit this track is nasty. Remixing the class Voltage by Skrillex, New Pittsburgh producer Kessian totally transformed it into the heaviest banger you’ve ever heard. There really isnt much more I can describe about the track. Just listen to it, it’ll blow your mind. It’s filled with super huge drops and sharp eletronica ramming down your throat. This is a track you don’t wanna miss.
Adventure Club has released yet another track, this time, the track expresses the roots of duo group. If you have ever gone to a live show of AC, you can tell that they have a love for the hardcore scene. Like many of us, after the hardcore scene became more and more commerical, dubstep was the new underground trend, so we switched over. AC embraces this fact with a remix of alexisonfire’s To A Friend. It’s much more laid back that alot of AC’s other tracks. None this less, it is still a melodic clubstep remix.
So trap defiantly is the next up-and coming genre. Tons of artist are getting into it and creating totally trippy cut-up trap tracks. I love it, I love where the genre is heading. Bro Safari and Knuckle Children’s is another great example of where the genre is head. This track has a melody that rides up and down, plus sick hip-hop focals. The ‘freak’ sample that it cut-up ain’t half bad either. Freak is a total party track that should be included in your college party playlist
The first time I heard this track was during the UMF 2012 Spring Stream of the Festival. The live stream was beautiful, the resolution was great and then boom: I heard the slow synth build up falling out of my speakers like rain and my attention was fixed. It was In My Mind and I was hooked. I posted the link and, over time, watched the songs rise to fame, as it became a intentional anthem.
The official video is actually not what I expected. Cute Cali girls skating in the city and head to the hills for some heavy downhill session, then bowling, then camping, then skating again. I mean this track is huge and the video atmosphere is small. It’s good video, but small. I wish Porter Robinsons music director got picked up for this video. It would of been amazing.
Benni Benassi takes this reggae remix to the next level. Jamming (Benny Bennassi Remix) take the reggae classic and turns into a poppy house anthem. Reggae remixes have rose in popularity in the last year, Skrillex, Sub-Foucs, and GRiZ all have their own remix of the populare Bob Marley style. Personally, I find these remixes to be among the trippiest, but this Jammin remixes is more ambient. Benni Bennasi, at 45, still puts out solid hit like his younger predecessors. He even throws in a Dubstepish style drop in the track, go Benni! This is the first track from him I’ve heard in a while, so this was a real Treat
Dillon Frances, who is a part of Skrillex’s OWSLA label, has remix MadeonsFinale track. Madeon gain massive popularity when his video “Pop Culture” went super-viral via YouTube. Since then this 17-year-old French EDM prodigy has released several tracks. He is most famous for his ultra-detailed mashups but he also creates positive, upbeat house tracks and remixes.
Dillon Francis was put on the map with his I.D.G.A.F.O.S. release which features cartoony keyboards followed by heavy drops. Also a young and talent like Madeon. He was signed to OWSLA soon there after. Madeon and Dillon Frances are both relatively new to the big-namers of EDM. They continue to get booked for some of the most rad festivals in the world.