KRIMER Comes In Swinging With New Single ‘Knockout’

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Never Say Die artist KRIMER just released an absolute head crushing banger. Entitled ‘Knockout’ the song is just one of the many powerful tracks featured on Never Say Die’s new compilation album. The track is a continuous flow of furious rhythms and breaks that make you want to jump into a mosh pit immediately. It

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Ephwurd uploads a bass house packed ‘Eph’d Up Radio #14’

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Ephwurd tops off a handful of recent singles with the return of their radio show after an 18-day break.

In this edition of Eph’d Up Radio, Datsik and Bais Haus, the duo behind the supergroup, unleash dark and poppy bass house tracks coalescing into a fluid one-hour session that gets grooving in seconds. After enlisting the help of Fatman Scoop and Jvst Say Yes on their previous tracks, Ephwurd is clearly solidifying their brand and community for the long run. Shows, the launch of their new label Eph’d Up Records, and more music are definitively on the horizon for Ephwurd next year.

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Blaxtork Takes Us To The Jungle With “Tropic”

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Get ready for a refreshing new sound as we travel the globe to meet Guatemalan DJ Blaxtork. With his recent stream of releases, including “Da Da Dem” which was supported by Henry Fong, Mightyfools, and Sick Individuals, you can find his unique sound to be a fun one! This time around he has teamed up

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Taska Black x DROELOE – Running Away (feat. CUT_)

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Continuing their rich vein of form in 2017— which includes a refreshing EP back in August — DROELOE has teamed up with Belgian producer Taska Black on a new collaboration, “Running Away.”

The bass-heavy single is a bit of a variation from the group’s intriguing typical style, courtesy of Black’s influence on the single. Featuring a driving bass line and powerful, deep drums, “Running Away” is an engaging single.

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Habstrakt & Dombresky – Antigone

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Habstrakt & Dombresky have released a new collaborative single, “Antigone.” The track, released on Mad Decent, sees two of France’s most innovative bass-house producers collaborate for the first time ever.

French producer and DJ Habstrakt has been chartering new territory by amalgamating bass music with traditional house influence, synthesizing his own blend of aggressive yet groovy melodies. With a massive collaboration with Skrillex on “Chicken Soup” under his belt and remixes for DJ Snake, Zeds Dead, and Zomboy, Habstrakt has built a proven track record in the EDM community. The producer is set to accompany Destructo next year on his Let’s Be Friends tour alongside Walker & Royce, Fisher, Will Clarke, Deux, Dillon Nathaniel, Gerry Gonza and Golf Clap.

In 2015, Dombresky was discovered by A-Trak, allowing him to produce an official remix of “We All Fall Down.” With new found recognition under his belt, Dombresky released both his first track “Wait” and his second “Utopia” on Tchami’s Confession label; the latter reaching over one million streams on Spotify.

The coalescence of two hard hitting players on “Antigone” results in a saturated dance floor ballad. Thick bass samples roll over hard hitting kicks and moody synth lines. The middle of the track alludes to UK rave, with ominous synths leading into the tracks second breakdown. The collaboration is sure to be played all across the festival circuit in 2018.

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Porter Robinson x Madeon – Shelter (JayKode Remix)

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Porter Robinson and Madeon’s “Shelter” collaboration was unequivocally one of the biggest tracks of 2016 — in fact, we even named it our #3 top track of the year.

While remixes of the blockbuster collaboration pervaded 2016, “Shelter” has now received a refreshing facelift from multi-talented beatsmith JayKode. The LA-based producer lays down a charmingly sedative backdrop for the vocal anthem, transposing the vocals to give it an entirely new feel.

It’s a highly inventive spin on the track. As it happens, it was never meant to be a remix. “I had no plan to remix shelter since the original was perfect in every aspect,” JayKode writes. “I was actually working on a hip-hop instrumental and messing around with some guitars. Then I started plugging in different a capellas just for fun and when I plugged shelter in, it was complete magic.”

Listen to JayKode’s remix of “Shelter” below, and download it for free here.

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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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Kuuro – Doji

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Bass brethren Luke Shipstad and Jordan Post, otherwise known as Kuuro, have returned to Monstercat with their latest malevolent offering, “Doji.” The dubstep-leaning duo, first debuted on the eclectic Canadian label in 2016 with their melodic, yet forceful, “Aamon.” The two have ventured down a variety of nondescript bass-heavy genres, growing their fan base through official remixes for a wide-ranging catalog of prominent artists, including Zeds Dead, Dillon FrancisGalantis, and NGHTMRE.

“Doji” demonstrates the duo’s deep-seated affinity for Asian culture, which is substantially audible in the track’s sound design and ambient instrumentation in the interludes. The drop then thrusts the listener into a darker, foreboding realm of vehement sub-bass.

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Zomboy and Eptic join forces on snarling new collaboration ‘Bop It’

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Don’t let the track’s name fool you, “Bop It” sounds nothing like the commands of the familiar handheld headache device most might be picturing. Rather, it’s a new joint product from dubstep dons Zomboy and Eptic, so off the bat, one can expect loud, aggressive mayhem to come from two of the top bass producers out there. And of course, both of them deliver in top form on “Bop It.” Coming together for Never Say Die Records’ fifth label showcase compilation, Eptic joins the label head on a growling bass monster designed to level festival crowds with thrashing head banging appeal. Complete with battering drum arrangements, scalding lasers, and barking metallic breaks, Zomboy and Eptic deliver a deafening one-two punch with their new collaboration.

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Illenium & Kerli – Sound Of Walking Away (Decadon Remix)

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Donnie Miller is known for some pretty heavy dubstep under his Decadon moniker. The Denver-local dubstep favorite has been especially keen on putting out dubstep flips of Paramore, All American Rejects, Green Day, among many more famous punk rock tracks.

Now, Decadon has taken a different turn, releasing a heavy remix of fellow Mile High-resident and friend Illenium‘s “Sound of Walking Way,” a Kerli-assisted track off his sophomore album Awake. Decadon’s take on the future bass ballad utilizes strings on the track’s lead-ups and jarring, dub-heavy synths in place of where Illenium would normally use drums on the drop. The result is an anthemic track that is reminiscent of quintessential Denver dubstep.

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