At long last, Skrillex has delivered his Kendrick Lamar-endorsed ‘Humble’ remix [Download]

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Hol’ up, hol’ up, sit down. Skrillex just dropped “Humble.” 

First unveiled at this year’s FORM Arcosanti festival, Skrillex teased a menacing bootleg remix of Kendrick Lamar‘s summer-dominating hit, “Humble” and fans have been, in a word, shook since. Following the track’s first public rinsing, the hype surrounding the OWSLA head honcho’s K-Dot remix has reached a fervent high. Now, with an official endorsement from the Top Dawg Entertainment camp, Skrillex’s remix of “Humble” is available to stream in it’s full, tenacious glory.

Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. is a serious contender for rap album of the year, and the LP’s lead single has undoubtedly lead the campaign as arguably the most ubiquitous track of 2017. Now Sonny has stepped up with his stomping rendition of “Humble,” pairing the original’s sinister keys with pitched down vocal chops and swooping, thunderous bass jabs on this supreme elbow-throwing hip-hop/trap hybrid. Injecting Kendrick’s chart-topper with his unmatchable bass treatment, Skrillex drops off a quick reminder that even if he quit this season, he’d still be the greatest, funk.

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Premiere: josh pan & X&G – nowhere (FLY Remix)

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Rising Los Angeles-based producer FLY delivers an electrifying remix of josh pan & X&G‘s “nowhere,” taking the originally ambient track from hazy melancholia to bass heaven.

FLY adds stabbing synths and looming bass to “nowhere,” ramping up the track’s mysterious tone with trap elements. Elusive producers josh pan & X&G released the original via OWSLA back in January, and FLY reimagines the tune in his own high-voltage style. FLY has previously released music on Cracked Recordings, Gravitas Recordings, Sleeveless Recordings and more.

Check out his new remix below.

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Krewella & Yellow Claw release hotly anticipated bass-heavy collaboration ‘New World’

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Ever since the success of their EP New World Part 1, released back in June, Krewella has been flirting with the idea of releasing a follow-up. While talks of a potential New World Part 2 remains pure speculation at the moment, the duo have released a new single to satiate their fans.

The new track, a collaboration with Amsterdam trap trio Yellow Claw, is titled “New World” — a title certain to cause speculation — and is a dramatic collision of the groups’ versatile, bass-heavy production styles. The track starts off with the Yousaf sisters’ familiar vocals, ably complemented by a hip-hop inspired rolling drum sample and eerie background synths. The intro soon melts into the scintillating bass drop, which features Yellow Claw’s typical chaotic style — making this bass-monster ideally suited for large, open venues and heavy duty sound systems.

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G Jones & EPROM release new genre-bending bass single from their forthcoming EP

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Emerging from the resurgence of “underground” bass music are two producers — G Jones and EPROM — who carry a similar artistic ethos and musical directionality. In the spirit of collaboration, the two have joined forces yet again on a brand new genre-bending single titled “Hysteria.”

The track comes as a high-intensity, experimentally-driven bass gem that takes frantic twists and turns in every sonic direction. It’s glitchy, it’s dubby, it’s trappy, and, all the while, the driving force holding the track together are the very things that shreds the listener into pieces. “Hysteria” is the first single from their forthcoming split EP, titled Acid Disk, which features this collaboration, along with two solo productions from EPROM and G Jones respectively.

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Listen to Diplo’s full set from Burning Man’s Camp Questionmark

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Every year, artists of every genre and every level of fame make the pilgrimage out to Black Rock City to take part in the creation of the pop-up community on the playa. They do this by bestowing Burning Man with their varied talents in DJing, playing sometimes into the wee daybreak hours. Producers like Skrillex have made high-profile appearances, while older veterans like Bassnectar were bestowing as many as 5-6 sets per day, for as many as six days straight.

This year, Diplo made the journey to Black Rock where he played at the legendary Camp Questionmark. The Mad Decent label head recently uploaded his live set to Soundcloud, an hour-long session filled with classic Diplo tunes mixed with a fun, freestyle appeal.

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Young the Giant – Silvertongue (Opvs Remix)

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The New York City based duo Opvs is back with a brand new remix of Young the Giant’s “Silvertongue,” which was one of the up and coming indie band’s biggest tracks of 2016. The young and talented minds that are Dan Valente and Sean Squires have been making huge strides in 2017, as their most recent flip of the Post Malone jam “Too Young” sat at #1 on Hype Machine’s overall songs and remixes. Prior to that, their single “Small Talk” earned massive Spotify presence, landing a spot on the Martin Garrix Show playlist and Canada’s Viral 50 charts.

With this remix of “Silvertongue,” the duo’s production skills are truly made evident, completely revamping the enthusiasm of the original and creating some energetic vibes of their own. Opvs utilizes an upbeat bassline and short, light-hearted synths to accompany the vocals, which only amplifies the beauty of the original, and tops it off with a hard-hitting drop as well as some added pitch vocals. As far as we know, these two kids aren’t stopping anytime soon and should definitely be added to the list of artists to watch for the remainder of 2017.


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KRANE releases uplifting remix of Big Gigantic’s “Odyssey Pt. 1”

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KRANE has achieved this elusive feat once again of dropping heavy beats while making emotional music. Remixing “Odyssey Pt. 1,” the intro to Big Gigantic‘s album Brighter Future, the Bay Area producer puts a bouncy, auto-tune laden spin on the anthemic original.

The track is one of fifteen remixes of the funk duo’s album, Brighter Future (Deluxe Version). KRANE surrounds the hornline of the original with intense synths and drums before the song’s uplifting, bass-driven drop. Hovering somewhere between Rustie and Cashmere Cat, KRANE’s latest effort cements the producer as one of the strongest in the game right now.


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Yellow Claw drops bass blaring new single, ‘DO YOU LIKE BASS?’

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The title of Yellow Claw’s latest single seems to be somewhat of a rhetorical question. “DO YOU LIKE BASS?” is a stomping number that has been a constant staple of the Amsterdam based DJ duo’s recent sets, woven into Yellow Claw’s EDC Las Vegas set and more recently functioning as the centerpiece of their Electric Zoo set.

“DO YOU LIKE BASS” is an extension of the bass heavy vibrations of Yellow Claw’s second full-length album, Los Amsterdam. The capitalized title indicative of the intensity brought by the track, as it relies on gritty bass lines at its drop, touches of sirens, and a voiceover style that those acquainted with Yellow Claw’s two most recent mixtapes, ten and eleven, will recognize as being inherent to the duo’s style. “DO YOU LIKE BASS” is a slamming installment in the Los Amsterdam producers’ perpetual conquest for harder hitting, booming bass beats.

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Yung Jalapeno & Ian Munro feat. Cultra – I Don’t Need You [Exclusive]

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Yung Jalapeno might not be the biggest name in trap right now, but the up-and-coming producer has started to make quite a name for himself, gaining recognition from the likes of Getter and Marshmello in the process.

For his latest track, titled “I Don’t Need You,” the versatile artist has teamed up with another a talented young producer in the form of Ian Munro — to intriguing results. Also featuring Cultra, the track draws inspiration from a myriad sources, as the first beat drop features an amusing trap-bass house hybrid sound, while the second fuses traditional trap with Flume-esque drum samples — which gives the track a distinctive personality.

“I Don’t Need You” serves as an indicator of both producers’ skills and indicates they have bright futures ahead.

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Listen to Skrillex’s remix of Ekali’s ‘Babylon’

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The first half of 2017 was a quiet one on the Skrillex front, however the second half is more than making up for this. After dropping multiple remixes and tracks, Skrillex is back again with an upcoming remix of Ekali‘s “Babylon.”

A video was captured by a fan at Bumbershoot festival in Seattle of Ekali dropping the remix. The remix features a heavy drop that gives trap and dubstep lovers alike a remix to look forward to.

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