Snails teams up with Space Laces for ‘Break it Down’

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Snails and Space Laces have teamed up for the new single “Break it Down,” with vocals by Sam King. The track merges the hardest aspects of trap and dubstep with King rapping throughout. If you recognize the song, don’t be surprised. We’ve heard teases of the new track in sets over the past few months — such as in NGHTMRE‘s EDCLV set. “Break it Down” will appeal to anyone looking for a fast-paced, riotous song to get their Saturday night going.

If one has patience though, fans can experience Snails in person on one of his remain tour dates or at Colorado’s Red Rocks for the first ever Sluggtopia festival. With support from NGHTMRE and JOYRYDE — with more names yet to be announced — the levels of bass at the amphitheater are sure to be off the charts

Tour Dates:

7/28 – Tomorrowland Weekend 2 – Boom, Belgium
7/29 – Emmaboda Festival – Emmaboda, Sweden
8/4 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC
8/12 – 8/13 – Moonrise Festival – Baltimore, MD
8/13 – Summer Set Music & Camping Festival – Somerset, WI
9/1 – Electric Zoo – New York, NY
9/2 – 9/3 – Sun City Music Festival – El Paso, TX
9/15 – 9/17 – Nocturnal Wonderland – San Bernardino, CA
9/29 – 10/1 – Lost Lands Festival – Thornville, OH
10/6 – Sluggtopia Red Rocks – Denver, CO
Tickets to Sluggtopia can be purchased here.

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Slander & NGHTMRE announce Gud Vibrations show at the NOS Events Center

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Slander and NGHTMRE are bringing their Gud Vibrations show back to Southern California, hosting their very own mini festival inside the NOS Events Center on Saturday, July 29.  As announced this past weekend at EDC Las Vegas, the trio of producers will perform a b2b set featuring the sizable “Atom”, which was a central component of their Gud Vibrations bus tour this past fall.

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The rest of the lineup will include artists such as G Jones, Habstrakt, ARMNHMR, and more. To celebrate the announcement, Slander and NGHTMRE have put together the following playlist for fans to enjoy in the weeks leading up to the next installment of Gud Vibrations.

Tickets for the 18+ event are on sale now.

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Castor Troy – Sleepless (Original Mix)

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It’s probably the best word to describe Castor Troy’s music. With each new release, whether it be an original or a remix, the producer brings the a sonic inferno. Listeners are almost able to feel the physical heat coming off of tracks like “Always Have” or his remix of NGHTMRE and Boombox Cartel‘s “Aftershock.”

“Sleepless,” Troy’s latest release, is no exception to this tradition. The track starts off slowly, ushering in the producer’s emotion-laden vocals with a soft background piano. In his former single, “Prisoner,” the artist included a short description of the song, describing the vocal trouble he was going through at the time.

“[I] had some severe vocal issues at the time and only was able to write two songs that year with vocals,” he says. “You can hear my throat rasp in [‘Prisoner’] but I ended up keeping it… it was a snapshot of how I was at that time. Since then I had to hire a vocal coach whole saved my throat and there is more to come.”

“More to come” includes “Sleepless,” which demonstrates the strong vocal power the producer possesses. The new output manages to be both emotional and heavy, appealing to fans of both future bass and trap worlds. In “Sleepless,” it’s impossible to tell that the singer ever had vocal trouble, and this track feels like Castor Troy has really come into his own.

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NGHTMRE & Rickyxsan, Henry Fong and more remix Galantis single, ‘Hunter’ [Stream]

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Earlier in May, Galantis enthralled dance music’s commercial sector with the release of their second original production of the year, “Hunter.” While the vocal-heavy track was as melodic as fans have come to expect from Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklöw’s production, its style deviated somewhat from the duo’s standard fare – opting for subdued, broken-beat rhythms as opposed to their typical buoyant house offerings.

Given this stylistic aberration, its unsurprising that NGHTMRE and Rickyxsan’s formidable  revision of the track has proven to be the standout selection in the official remix EP for “Hunter.” Released Friday, June 2, the duo’s razor-sharp trap rendition leads a four-track collection, which further features a rhythmically dynamic, eastern-influenced contribution from Henry Fong and a straightforward electro house offering from Dutch producer Mike Williams. The package also includes Galantis’ own VIP of the single, produced in conjunction with up-and-comer Misha K.

Featured image by Rukes.

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Listen to six official remixes of NGHTMRE and Flux Pavilion’s ‘Feel Your Love’

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It was just six months ago that bass music heavyweights NGHTMRE and Flux Pavilion released, “Feel The Love” featuring Jamie Lewis, which racked up over 1.4 million plays and was named as one of the heaviest collaborations of 2016. Now Circus Records has released the remix package that features six well-crafted songs from both established artists and promising up-and-comers. With genres ranging from dubstep to house to future and trapstyle, make sure to be on the look out for these hard-hitting tracks as festival season draws near.

Touring artist, ANGELZ, who has played with Tchami and Dr. Fresch, dishes out the first remix with a heavy-hitting bass house track loaded with energy and a driving synth. It’s no wonder this artist has racked over 50,000 followers on Soundcloud, as this artist clearly brings something new to the table in the bass house genre.

Making her breakthrough from Mexico City, Jessica Audiffred curates a bass heavy hybrid. Audiffred makes some serious creative moves here, pitching down the vocals and finding the perfect blend between heavy dubstep growls and energetic trap drums before spinning the second drop into a powerful hardstyle beat.

Up and comer CYRAN delivers a high-energy track with a moombahton beat that will easily become a fan-favorite. The second drop nods to the song’s bass-heavy roots while also maintaining a spacious, pliable rhythm.

AXEN delivers another heavy remix with a rising trap lead that parallels NGHTMRE and Slander. The track is jam-packed with explosive switches between festival trap and house, before the second drop takes a more bass-heavy turn. AXEN has skillfully pulled off an all-inclusive experience in this innovative three minute and thirty second hit.

LATE brings something new to the table with a bouncy hard house remix that is sure to draw attention from around the world. Though it starts off with a four on the floor beat, the fast paced rendition drops into eight bars of festival trap in a daring switch of energy. The second drop then takes a bold risk and follows the genre-bending graces of Kayzo in a stimulating beat that mixes trapstyle, hard house, and drum-step.

Lastly, Dommix does something different from the rest, giving his own future-spin on the bass-heavy track with massive saw waves and a melodic, chill-out vibe. If you like Flume, Wheathin, and San Holo, then Dommix’s remix will feel right at home.

Listen to all six remixes below.

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Stream sets from Diplo, The Chainsmokers, and more at Insomniac’s Countdown 2016

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Insomniac’s Countdown has become its cornerstone New Year’s Eve event for bass, big room, and electro house enthusiasts, hosting an impressive lineup this year with A-trak, Steve Aoki, and more across two days at the NOS Events Center. Revelers this year enjoyed the lineup immensely, refusing to let weather conditions place a hindrance on their celebration. Live sets emerging from the gathering have begun surfacing, which easily justify the level of excitement catalyzed by the Countdown’s headliners’ electrifying sets. Stream sets from the likes of Diplo, Alesso, and more below.




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NGHTMRE Gud Vibrations Tour – Photos by Tessa Paisan – 12/30/2016

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Photos from NGHTMRE’s Gud Vibrations tour.

Slander – Dead (NGHTMRE Remix)

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Frequent collaborators and bass music masterminds on the same spectrum, Slander and NGHTMRE have played a critical role as the genre’s most prolific proponents. From the Gud Vibrations bus tour, to the massive success of their Nuclear Bonds EP, the three producers have not slowed up for a second in 2016. The diabolic discordance continues as NGHTMRE works his magic on the LA’s duo’s morbid and menacing “Dead” as part of the remix package for their Duality EP. Like everything he touches, NGHTMRE’s reimagination is a lesson in impeccable sound design, earning his remix a nod as the most notable and attention-grabbing on the seven track package. If you need something to set Friday night off right — look no further.

Catch this one live on the Gud Vibrations bus tour. Tickets are still available here.