Insomniac releases Metronome #138 featuring Rickyxsan

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Insomniac has released episode 138 of of their Metronome series. The series features “mixes from some of today’s fastest-rising electronic stars, as well as championed legends,” reads a statement from Insomniac. “It takes listeners deep across a wide range of genres, movements, cultures, producers, artists and sounds that make up the diverse world of electronic music.”

Episode 138 of the series features a mix from none other than Rickyxsan. The East L.A. dubstep producer and DJ has recently gained notoriety for his tracks, garnering support from the likes of Diplo, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Deorro, and more.

The mix features Rickyxsan originals, remixes, and a plethora of established and unknown tracks. Sit back, buckle in, and blast off: this mix is sure to energize.



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Weekend Rewind: Fox Stevenson Livemix – Bring It On 2014!

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Fox Stevenson has been impressing the drum and bass world for years with his unique blend of fast-paced beats and use of his own vocals layered on top. He’s put out tracks on labels varying from Monstercat to Firepower and has been building momentum steadily over the past few years.

Perhaps one of his most dynamic creations to date, though, is the live mix he put out at the beginning of 2014. The two-hour set features many of his originals like “All This Time,” along with classics from Knife Party, Skrillex, Pendulum and Dillon Francis. He’s sprinkled the 122-minute mix with artists of all genres and BPM for an energetic collection that somehow fits together perfectly.

For a glimpse at a modern-day Fox Stevenson set, check out his set from Liquicity 2017.

Track List:

Fox Stevenson – All This Time*
Exision – X Rated (Calyx and Teebee Remix)
Jikes – Let’sFly Away Pt 2
Noisia – Block Control
Interface – It’s a Pity
Netsky – Iron Heart
Noisia – Tommies Theme (Loadstar Remix)
DJ Fresh – Talkbox (Camo & Krooked Remix)
Maduk – Dont be Afraid
Feint – Timebomb
Danny Byrd – Weird Science
Mystress – Bumba
Fox Stevenson – Lightspeed
Birdy Nam Nam – Goin In (skrillex remix)
Stafford Bros – Future Music Anthem (Fox Stevenson Remix)
Koan Sound – Meanwhile in the Future
Fox Stevenson – Endless
Xkore – Need You (Centra Remix)
Stephen Walking – Move
Noisia – Alpha Centuri (Receptor Remix)
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – The Process
Koan Sound – Sly Fox
Memtrix – Slipper
Culture Shock – Gears
Fox Stevenson – Give Them Hell
Memtrix – Mind Control
Noisia – Program
Futurebound – Tonic
Twothirds & Priority One – Untitled*
Spor – Halogen
Shock One – Polygon (Dirtyphonics Remix)
Flux Pavilion – Gold Love (Fox Stevenson Remix)*
Figure – Torture (Space Laces Remix)
Ak9 – Anybody Out There
Tujamo & Plastic Funk – Who
Fox Stevenson – Kitty
Lucky Date – Ho’s & Discos (Space Laces Remix)
Disclosure – Confess To Me
Fox Stevenson – Untitled (HIGH FIVE)*
Space Laces & Bro Safari – Fang Banger
Skrillex – Bug Hunt (Noisia Remix)
Fox Stevenson – Trigger
Flux Pavilion – Jump Back
Fox Stevenson – Like you
Ak9 – Dope & Dope
Knife Party – Fire Hive
Skrillex – Ruffneck (full flex)
Phaeleh – Afterglow
Boy Kid Cloud – This Way
Dillon Francis – Without You (Flux Pavilion & Doctor P Remix)
The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix)
Camo & Krooked – The Lesson
Fox Stevenson – Sandblast
Seven Lions – Isis
Emalkay – When I Look At You
Fox Stevenson – Sandblast VIP
Danny Byrd – Grit
Mark Knight – Nothing Matters (Noisia Remix)
Flux Pavilion – Do or Die (Funtcase Remix)
Eptic – Watch Yo Back
Fox Stevenson – Turn it Up
Pendulum – The Terminal
Hamilton – Soundboy
Noisia – Diplodocus (Upbeats Remix)
London Elektricity – Meteorites (Danny Byrd Remix)
Xilent – Do It
Feint – Your Own Way (Feat Fox Stevenson)
Spor – Do Not Shake
Friction – Kingpin (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
The Qemists – No More
Fox Stevenson – Insect*
Fox Stevenson – Owls*
Cruk – Breaking Point
Ak9 – Unit
Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks
Fox Stevenson – Untitled*
Fox Stevenson – Simple Life (unfinished)*
Receptor – Burnin Up
Fox Stevenson – Simple Life (Jikes Remix)
Brookes Brothers – Loveline
Fox Stevenson – Better Now
John B – The Journey (Metrik Remix)
Max NRG – Hide Away My Heart
Max NRG – Prometheus
Pendulum – Midnight Runner
TC – Do You Rock VIP
Blu Mar Ten – Five Summers
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – It’s a Distaster
Rusko – Hold On (Sub Focus Remix)
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Stratosphere
DJ Fresh – Lassitude
Sabrina Washington – Hit it Hard
Spor – Aztec
TC – Flatline
Above & Beyond – In & Out Of Phase (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Welcome Back
Serial Killaz – Good Enough
Netsky – Jetlag Funk
Above & Beyond – Love Is Not Enough (MRZO Remix)
Spectrasoul & Break – Alibi (Break Remix)
Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
Nero – Crush On You (Knife Party Remix)
Nero – Must Be The Feeling (Brookes Brothers Remix)
Noisia – Could This Be
JFI – Hardlock (Feint Remix)
Pegboard Nerds – Coffins
Black Sun Empire – Dawn of a Dark Day (Receptor Remix)
Shock One – The Sun VIP
Danny Byrd – Ill Behaviour VIP*
Shock One – The Sun
Feint – Horizons (Fox Stevenson Remix)
DJ Fresh – Earthquake (TC Remix)
Bustre – El Psy Congroo
Childish Gambino – 3005 (Louis Futon Remix)
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Flat Foot Face
The Prodigy – Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix)
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Dead
Sub Focus – Out The Blue
Plan B – Stay Too Long (Pendulum Remix)
Hectix – The Return
Pegboard Nerds – Pressure Cooker
Daddys Groove – Stellar (Candyland Remix)
Pegboard Nerds – 20k
Geezy – Hashtag
DCUP – Dont Be Shy (Wave Racer Remix)
Big Chocolate – Travel Play
Fox Stevenson – Another Way Down*
Pendulum – Hold Your Colour
Feint – Snake Eyes
Shock One – Follow You
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Let This Go
Pendulum – Propane Nightmares VIP
DJ Panik – Super Skank (Phetsta Remix)
Black Sun Empire – Arrakis (Noisia Remix)
The Upbeats – Beyond Reality
Noisia – Traction Control
Mindscape – Bounce
Destroid & Space Laces – Get Stupid
Stan SB (Fox Stevenson) – Anyone out there
Noisia – Stigma
Optical & Ed Rush – Bacteria (Pendulum Remix)
Camo & Krooked – Cryptkeeper
Noisia – Tryhard
Fox Stevenson – Throwdown*

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Claude VonStroke delights in exclusive Club Space Miami mix, kicking off the Get Real tour

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It’s hard to believe that Claude VonStroke and Green Velvet‘s Get Real collaborative project began as a mere accident. But with their seamlessly integrated sets and similar midwestern backgrounds in mind, the real mystery is why this institution’s inception hadn’t happened earlier on.

Each artist propels their penchant for deep and tech house in the Get Real project. Presently, the two are taking Get Real on a tour of the U.S. Ahead of their performance at Art Basel, which officially kicks off the Get Real tour, VonStroke’s released an exclusive Club Space Miami mix. Surely, the mix is a delightful testament to the mastermind and in the hour-long journey, it’s music that’s plenty easy to get real lost in.

All Night – DJ W!LD – the W label
An Evidence of Time – Rodriguez jr. – Claude VonStroke Remix – mobilee
Luos Onhcet – Marcos In Dub – snatch! Records
Ghosts – Berkson & What – Pokerflat
Black Cat – Trevino – Bride
Butterflies – Jamie Anderson – Klang Elektronik
Mode – Jansons (Richy Ahmed remix) – Four Thirty Two
The Right Moves – MANIK (Kim Ann Foxman Remix) – vIVA music
The Connection – Tim Baresko & Shiba San – basement Leak
Brav – Jagerverb & Danny Daze – Omnidisc
Under Pressure – Gene Ferris – Ferris Wheel
Love Express – Magit Cacoon – Upon You

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Bicep flex their sonic expertise in new Essential Mix

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After churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks under their unpredictable M.O., the Belfast-based Bicep found their niche, or perhaps a more aptly-categorized lack thereof. But such is what earns the Belfast-duo their wide acclaim in the dance realm. Considering the two began as prolific bloggers at their own site, Feel My Bicep, the very weaving of an inquisitive amalgamation of house and electro is in their blood. It should come as no surprise that the duo’s tunes draw from an array of material.

This year, Bicep dropped off their highly-anticipated debut album. The self-titled work was a stylistically expanse deliverance that served as one of contemporary dance music’s deepest releases of the year. It was also an album in which the two flexed their sonic multitudes of both tenacity and flexibility.

Bicep is now ending the year strong with an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. In a two-hour voyage through the worlds of Italo, breakbeat, and more, Bicep divulges on one of the most meticulous masterpieces of the last year.

Listen to Bicep’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix here.




Mark Barrott – “Bush Society”

RJ – “Leo”

Fantastic Man – “Dream Machine (Edit)”

Giraffi Dog – “351 Nation”

Hammer – “Atlantic 252”

Tons of Tones – “Oh Ah Ph Ah Oh (John Talabot Edit)

Lake People – “Lamb Shift”

Norwell – “Celestial Bodies (Imre Kisss “Crisis ’91” Mix)

Jacob Korn – “Selene”

Ursa’s Reef – “Love Cult”

Lanark Artefax – “Touch Absence (Edit)”

Rival Consoles – “Recovery”

Claude Speeed – “Ambien Rave (Nightmare Edit)”

Shinra – “Ball & Chain”

Djedjotronic – “Abyssal Zone”

Randomer “Smokin”

Lanngman – 80017A”

Wink – “Superfreak (Super Freak-A-Pella)

Untitled – Untitled

Dan Cough – “B-Jam”

Urban Myths – “Makin’ Me Feel (Edit)”

CJ Bolland – “The Tower Of Naphtali”

Apex Twin – “end E2”

God Within – “Raincry (Spiritual Thirst)”

Modaji – “Belle Epoque”

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The Radar 102: Mixed by Krayysh

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Not even a month after the release of his debut EP, Talk To Me, Canadian producer Krayysh has concocted an hour-long exclusive guest mix for Dancing Astronaut‘s Radar series. Not much is known about the mysterious bass producer, other than that he’s been supported by Mat Zo and his Mad Zoo imprint and has consistently put out masterfully crafted music since his debut as an artist in April.

His eerie Radar mix is chock full of Krayysh IDs, along with recognizable tracks like REZZ‘s “Rush” and a smattering of Noisia selections. He transitions flawlessly from one glitchy track to the next, making for an otherworldly listening experience. Though the mix and his music as a whole have a decidedly dark feel, he lifts listeners up with the incorporation of tracks like his own ethereal “Talk To Me.”

Track List:

Krayysh – Cold Ash

Krayysh – ID

Aphex Twin – Hankie

Eprom – Pineapple (G Jones Remix)

Chee – Grotesque

Krayysh – The Opposite of Happy

Aphex Twin – Parallel Stripes

Krayysh – Talk to me ft. Joyia

Koan Sound & Asa – Starlite

Noisia – Diplodocus (Kill the Noise Remix)

Noisia – Sinkhole

G jones – Lavender Town VIP

Kill the Zo – Part I (Krayysh Remix)

13 – ID

Aphex Twin – 54 Cymru Beats

Noisia – Vigilantes

Krayysh – ID

Noisia & The Upbeats – Dead Limit (Noisia’s Outer Edges Remix)

Vorso – Needle

Krayysh – ID

Coppa, Disphonia, AKOV – Paranoize (Akov Remix)

Spot – The Running Man

Krayysh – Running From Death

Krayysh – ID

REZZ – Rush

Alon Mor – Clyde’s Nightclub

Topi – Backup

Bleep Bloop – 404

Alesia – Hyacinthus

Porter Robinson – Fellow Feeling (Krayysh Edit)

Krayysh – Underthinking Things

Noisia – Collider

Krayysh – 13286

Feed Me – Trichitillomania

G jones – Transform

Must Die – Hexadecimal ft. Dr Bread

Krayysh – Take a Look and See

Eprom – Warrior (with G Jones)

Shadient – Liedenfrost (Krayysh Remix)

Must Die – Project Ghost

Tsuruda – Gang

Krayysh – ID


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The Radar 101: Mixed by Gianni Blu

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Chicago-based rising talent, Gianni Blu, has been making strides in developing his artist career with support from Martin Garrix and appearances on the Spotify Viral Charts. Recently releasing his single “Right Amount of Wrong,” Blu steps up to the decks to showcase his sonic palette on Dancing Astronaut’s The Radar mix series. While his own style certainly leans in the crossover space of house, the song choice in this mix showcases a more eclectic side to Blu’s project.

Opening with a disco-inspired rap cut from Ya Boy and quickly moving into more of a four-on-the-floor pace with Jauz’ Goodiez as well as Camelphat & Elderbrook’s “Cola,” Gianni Blu intertwines his own originals – “Thinking About You” and “Feeling It” – before diving into a few throwback remixes of the Fugees and Bob Marley to round it out. Stream the hour-long mix below.

Ya Boy – We Run LA
Josh Butler – Got A Feeling (Bontan Remix, Pleasurekraft Edit)
Jauz – Goodiez
Camelphat & Elderbrook – Cola
Jamiroquai – Superfresh (Oliver Heldens Remix)
Mike Mago – Feels So Good
Gianni Blu – Right Amount of Wrong
Kideko – The Jam
Gianluca Viacchi – Viento
Marc Anthony – Vivir Mi Vida
Tom Swoon – Shingaling
I’m In Control – Afrojack VS AlunaGeorge
Chance The Rapper – All Night (Louis The Child Remix)
Major Lazer – Sua Cara
Charly Black – Party Animal (BrainDeaD Remix)
Hardwell & Henry Fong – Badman
Serani No Games
Sean Paul & Sak Noel – Trumpets
Skrillex – Would You Ever
Yellow Claw – Open
Gianni Blu – Thinking About You
RICCI – Boom
DJ Snake – 4 Life (Habstrakt Remix)
Joyryde – Give My Love
Sean Paul – Temperature (Dibs & MGM Fogo Bootleg)
Habstrakt – Gimme
Enrique Iglesias – Bailando (Gregor Salto Remix)
Tchami – Don’t Let Me Down
Major Lazer – Know No Better (Cabuizee Remix)
Jay Pryor – All This
Mr. Probz – Fine Ass Mess (Lucky Charms Remix)
The Fugees – Ready or Not (TRP & Ben Rainey Remix)
Lykke Li – I Follow Rivers (Artistic Raw Remix)
Gianni Blu – Feeling It
Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (Shaun Frank Remix)
Bob Marley – Is This Love (Ben Rainey Remix)

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First Listen: Benzi delivers stacked 13th installment of his ‘Girl Trapz’ series

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Benzi heard the peoples’ cry, and so he delivered.

Los Angeles’ Benzi is, by all accounts, the peoples’ DJ. The BBC Radio 1 mainstay is legendary in DJ circles for creating some of the most head-turning and sought-after edits, mashups, and bootlegs out there. He graces fans with almost unlimited circulation of his endless catalog of personal crate gems, along with a handful of stacked mixes each year, with his Girl Trapz series in particular taking on a cult following among dance fans and your favorite DJs alike. Now, ahead of his return to the Diplo & Friends airwaves on December 30, the TWRK proponent is delivering volume 13 in his famed Girl Trapz mix series to hold fans, and possibly himself, over until then.

Patched together by exclusive cuts from Ookay, LH4L, WOLFE, and Benzi himself, the mix clocks in at just under an hour packing together over 30 tracks, including contributions from San Holo, What So Not’s latest, Troyboi, Lil Uzi Vert, Graves, Luca Lush, and Diplo. Knowing Benzi though, he’s got big things still up his sleeve primed for December 30. Until then, enjoy the latest Girl Trapz. 

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MUST LISTEN: Jackmaster’s end of year Mastermix is here

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Just in time for the weekend and the holidays around the corner, Jackmaster has shared his end-of-year Mastermix. Steeped in funk and oozing delectable disco anthems, the dynamic mix is masterfully crafted.

Beginning in 2009, Jackmaster’s Mastermixes have since become an institution in the dance music world. This year, in near two hours, Jackmaster offers but a taste of the underground acid house-tinged basslines, thumping techno, and disco amalgamations the Glasgow act has long exuded.

Between its vociferous disco diva proclamations, perpetually escalating groove, concise cadence, and impassioned funk, the mix is an idiosyncratic testament to an exceptional artist’s growth and felicitously unpredictable tendencies.

Photo Credit: Martin Cabrera

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Oliver release ‘SnowTape’ ahead of SnowGlobe performance

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With California’s SnowGlobe Festival only a month away, excitement is growing for the iconic South Lake Tahoe New Year’s Eve celebration. The state’s own groovy house duo Oliver are warming up the airwaves with a special “SnowTape” to drum up excitement for the festival. The hour-long mix includes a wide range of Oliver’s funky, disco-inspired tunes like their recent remix of Tove Lo‘s “Disco Tits,” along with some wavy ’80s IDs they have yet to release. Throughout its 59 minutes, the mix is a soulful slice of house and disco heaven sure to thrill music lovers of all persuasions.

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SKisM drops ‘Never Say Die Vol. 5’ bursting with unreleased ID’s

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SKisM‘s “Never Say Die Vol. 5” mix wastes no time before exploding, kicking off with 3 ID’s back-to-back-to-back with jaw-dropping power. T

The hour-long mix features 42 IDs altogether, which is certain to pique the curiosity of fans. As co-founder of Never Say Die Records, SKisM goes all out and keeps the series firmly in the top-tier of productions.

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