Zeds Dead have made a career out of destroying crowds with their endless canon of haymakers. Adding to their catalog, the duo are back again with “Kill ‘Em,” a ground-shaking collaboration featuring 1000Volts, the production and vocal duo of Redman and Jayceeoh.
First previewed at EDC last month, DC and Hooks come through with the official release via Deadbeats to meet popular demand. The song begins with a Redman verse, with the veteran Wu-Tang Clan affiliate working the vicious hip-hop/bass hybrid sound that characterizes 1000Volts polarizing style. Zeds Dead and Jayceeoh take the reigns as the track drops into bass-heavy madness, dropping off a setlist ignitor made to turn dance floors into a full-on frenzies.
1788-L is one mystery producer has managed to climb up our listening radar for the past few months. After first coming on the scene with their stunning take on Virtual Self‘s Particle Arts, 1788-L quickly gained momentum in the electronic scene and followed up with subsequent remixes such as “Sound of Where’d U Go” with Illenium and Said The
NGHTMRE and Pell debut a two-track stunner with their newest Magic Hour EP, out now on Mad Decent. The bass music mainstay teamed up with MC extraordinaire Pell for this one, delivering two sensually sweet tracks perfect for those late nights or early mornings. NGHTMRE & Pell – Magic Hour EP “Swiss” kicks off the EP, showcasing a new
Never Say Die up and comer Trinergy just came out with a new track that is sure to hit you square in the face with all of its bass music ferocity. Entitled “Humpty Dumpty” this track is a crazy rollercoaster ride of interesting sounds and catchy melodies. “Humpty Dumpty” is a flowing sequence of electronic
Panda Eyes, Barely Alive, and Virtual Riot team up for the glittery dubstep collaboration, “Triforce.” With video game synths, happy horns, lush keys, and twinkling arpeggios, the track starts off in a blissful state before shifting towards the dark side. There’s a stark contrast between the verse and hook, using a Skrillex-esque vocal build that unwinds into old-school dubstep.
Panda Eyes makes his Disciple Records debut alongside label alumni, Barely Alive and Virtual Riot. Each combine their gritty bass sound design to create this headbanging oasis of unadulterated joy and grit.
The 22-year-old Swiss bass producer teamed up with dubstep veterans in anticipation of his Isolation EP. Barley Alive and Virtual Riot are regular collaborators, so adding Panda Eyes to the mix must be a nod to the label newcomer.
LA based producer/drummer Ryan Browne is bringing the metal to your ears again, and not only that but plenty of other genres along with it. He has recently released a new remix of “Everytime We Touch” by Cascada and it is a tantalizing mix of rock and hard electronic goodness. Ryan Browne, known for his
Space Laces has come quite a long way since his humble beginnings and now it seems he is about to take over the world. The Never Say Die artist just released his debut EP “Overdrive” and believe me when I tell you it is an absolute scorcher. Each track is a hard hitting monster, ready
Jauz has been killing it of late with his sound experimentation, delving into the uncharted territory of sound in Mainstream EDM. Making hard-hitting tunes is what brought us to love the man, but, his wide range of work is what has kept us remaining hungry for the next bite. It has been known that Jauz
Both names you probably know already, two very talented producers Trivecta & Wooli have come together for an inherently engaging new track that will take you to another planet. Entitled “Falling”, the song is a gateway into another dimension full of driving bass and complex melodic structure. “Falling” combines both styles of these artists and
The Austin based multi-genre musician, GunFight, recently blew me away with his “Herculean Waves” EP. As the name would suggest, the producer poured a Herculean effort into this piece, cultivating six solid tracks that span sounds from dubstep, house, pop and punk. Each track offers a delightful new soundscape to explore. With tune’s like “Woe”