Getter Brings More Diversity With Latest Track “Big Mouth”

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It’s the time of year we are all trading in our speedo’s and thong bikini’s for Jeans and leggings. The time diverse Electric Music fans archive their Tropical House playlists and trade them in for head-banging shwangy bass mixes. Gonna start by saying people that don’t like bass music “just because” need to take their

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Ghastly Strikes Back With Banger Future Bass Track “I’ll Wait”

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Everyone’s favorite farmer turned DJ, Ghastly, is back with another groundbreaking track that will leave you in a state of awe. The Bass DJ made clear in an interview with us last month that he was going to be bringing the heat and gearing back more towards his roots in bass/future bass. Being a man

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Apparently Skrillex Didn’t Steal Wiwek’s Girl After All

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Are you team Wiwek or team Skrillex? Well apparently, you don’t have to take sides anymore. Yesterday we published a story that Skrillex “stole” Wiwek’s girlfriend and Wiwek was not happy about it. Wiwek tried to clear the air by saying “Lol it was a deleted tweet. Out of hand joke. All good people.” This

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Apparently Skrillex “Stole” Wiwek’s Girlfriend & Wiwek Is Not Happy

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Even though Skrillex and Wiwek once teamed up on the monster song “Killa,” the two seem to be feuding pretty hard right now. According to a deleted Tweet by Wiwek, Skrillex stole Wiwek’s girlfriend and “you can all put killa in the trash now.” Skrillex and Wiwek unfollowed each other on Twitter, thus cementing the

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Valentino Khan teams up with Sean Paul for ‘Gold’

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For his latest heater, Valentino Khan has teamed up with iconic Jamaican vocalist Sean Paul. With Khan’s stellar, crisp production and Paul’s signature reggae-infused vocals, the duo bring an endless summer vibe with “Gold,” out now on OWSLA.

For Khan, the moombahton beat of “Gold” takes him back to when he first started out in dance music.

“I wanted to make a really fun and danceable moombahton record,” Khan says of the track. “I had started out producing moombahton when I first entered the dance music scene, and it was cool to revisit my roots and make a great record with a really good vibe to it.”

“Gold” will be featured on the soundtrack of Major Lazer‘s forthcoming documentary, Give Me Future, out on Apple Music on Nov. 17.

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Party Thieves gives Skrillex & Ronny J’s Remix of Ekali’s ‘Babylon’ a massive trap reworking [Free Download]

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Skrillex and Florida-based producer Ronny J recently linked up to take on the latest OWSLA recruit Ekali and his Denzel Curry-assisted hit “Babylon.” Following up Skrillex’s masterful remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble,” the track is unbelievably and expectedly attention-grabbing.

Now, the quickly rising trap mastermind Party Thieves has given the Skrillex and Sonny J spin a rumbling trap rework.

While Skrillex’s remix relies on a slow build before exploding into full-blown dance floor aggression, Party Thieves injects a monstrous tempo into the tune right off the bat. Most notably, Party Thieves jumps between a variety of tantalizing tempos in his take, taking the track to another level entirely.


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Carmada are back with a brand new ‘Your Paradise By Night’ mix [Stream]

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OWSLA-championed Aussie duo Carmada are slowly but surely making their stateside comeback, which kicked off in August with a joint venture alongside NGHTMRE titled “Embrace,” and a hilarious video short hinting at what’s likely to be a new EP from L D R U and Yahtzel in the near future. An impending EP seems even more likely with the release of Carmada’s Your Paradise By Night mix, stitched together by a handful of new IDs.

Carmada kick off their bout behind the decks with cuts from Delta Heavy, What So Not, and Valentino Khan, weaving through nearly 60 minutes of heavy handed goods from Botnek, Baauer, Zomboy, Pendulum and more. Ahead of Your Paradise Fiji, which is set for later this year from December 6 – 12, the duo patch together an aced hour-long mix worth repeated listens… that is, until Carmada bless us with the new music they have up their sleeves.

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Skrillex and Sirah are back together again, this time on ‘Deadbeat’

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Skrillex has soundtracked the summer with a slew of new material, most of which has found the bass giant reuniting with old collaborators, along with a handful of exciting new tag teams as well. From the Damian Marley and Ty Dolla $ign co-venture “So Am I” to DJ Sliink and Wale’s jersey club ammunition “Saint Laurent,” Skrillex has been all over the map in 2017, capped most recently by his long-awaited take on Kendrick Lamar‘s smash hit “Humble.” Now the OWSLA head honcho is pulling at nostalgic heartstrings once again, linking up with long-time collaborator Sirah for a brand new joint product called “Deadbeat.”

Skrillex fans know Sirah from career-launching products like “Bangarang” and “Kyoto.” The pair’s latest finds the LA-based lyricist riding a heavy handed drum beat that plays upon the moody blend of bass, house, and hip-hop that Skrillex has been experimenting with lately. “Deadbeat” will be available on streaming platforms via OWSLA on September 29.

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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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Whipped Cream drops new EP ‘Persistence’

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Whipped Cream is one of the fastest rising producers from the LA trap scene. Her unique productions have earned her a fervent following, and she continues to outdo herself with each release.

Whipped Cream’s latest is the EP Persistence, released on NEST. The EP’s first two tracks, “Persistence” and “Ignorance,” show a more experimental side of the artist, utilizing more techno elements in her music to bring out dark bass sounds. “Selfish” takes these vibes ever farther, showcasing a single that feels like spiritually-infused acid trap with a massive drop to top it off. Whipped Cream went out of her comfort and dared to be different, the result is more than on point.

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