Insomniac releases Metronome #138 featuring Rickyxsan

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Insomniac has released episode 138 of of their Metronome series. The series features “mixes from some of today’s fastest-rising electronic stars, as well as championed legends,” reads a statement from Insomniac. “It takes listeners deep across a wide range of genres, movements, cultures, producers, artists and sounds that make up the diverse world of electronic music.”

Episode 138 of the series features a mix from none other than Rickyxsan. The East L.A. dubstep producer and DJ has recently gained notoriety for his tracks, garnering support from the likes of Diplo, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Deorro, and more.

The mix features Rickyxsan originals, remixes, and a plethora of established and unknown tracks. Sit back, buckle in, and blast off: this mix is sure to energize.

 

 

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Watch Skrillex Serenade Ryan Hemsworth In A Tokyo Hardcore Bar

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Sometimes the universe just works in the right ways and magic is able to be captured in the purest forms. In Harry Potter they took memories out of peoples heads and into a little glass jar, in Star Wars Jedi could use the force to recall memories of others. In reality we have Twitter and

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Skrillex Works to Make America Emo Again With a New From First to Last Song Titled “Surrender”

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Gammer – Stay Tonight ft Dylan Matthew (Ray Volpe Remix)

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Ray Volpe is one of dubstep’s most prolific up-and-coming producers. With remixes of GTA and Delta Heavy under his belt, as well as releases on OWSLA and Mad Decent, the North Carolina producer is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with.

On his newest remix of Gammer and Dylan Matthew‘s “Stay Tonight,” Ray Volpe embraces Gammer’s melodic buildup with open arms. “And it’s okay if what you want is a breakup” sings Matthew, as the track’s piano samples evoke a sense of melancholy. As the track culminates, Volpe’s signature wobbles and thrashing dub synths usurp the focus of the listener.

The stark contrast between melodic buildup and heavy-duty breakdown is reminiscent of early dubstep legends like Skrillex‘s seminal remix of “Cinema” or Nero‘s iconic rework of “Feel So Close.” The track serves as another stepping stone for one of dubstep’s most incendiary up-and-coming acts.

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Skrillex Returns Again To From First To Last To Sing Vocals On Latest Track

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At this point it seems that we might just get a full From First To Last Album before we get a full Skrillex album. That being said fans of all ages are thrilled that Sonny Moore has once again reunited with his former band to produce a wild ride of a song with him on

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Nero vs Skrillex – Promises (Prismodified)

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Prismo has unveiled a rework of Skrillex & Nero’s collaborative “Promises.”

The original track was released on August 7, 2011 — the same summer that dubstep utterly invaded North America. Since then, “Promises” has been a staple in both Skrillex and Nero’s sets and has been played at countless festivals across the globe.

Nearly seven years later, Prismo adds his own twang to the track. The twenty year old, Texas-based producer injects his characteristic teeth grinding verve into the song, overlaying a frantic siren over whomping bass lines. The track serves as a glimpse into dubstep’s past, while also reinventing its structure with a contemporary stamp.

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Deadmau5 Talks About The First Time Discovered Skrillex

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Let’s be perfectly honest Skrillex obviously would have made it even without the help of Deadmau5, Joel himself was clear about that in the video below. That being said Deadmau5 helped Skrillex explode onto the scene through releasing some of his most famous singles off of Mau5trap. In a recent live stream Deadmau5 talked at

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Skrillex – Right In (Pixel Terror Remix)

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Tackling a classic, LA’s Pixel Terror have converted Skrillex‘s legendary track “Right In” into a prime remix perfect for any festival set.

The prospect of remixing Skrillex is a daunting one, but Pixel Terror’s fluid style, surprising catchy moments, and the colorful slamming bass surely does the original justice. The duo manage to remain faithful to Skrillex’s hit while updating it into something entirely their own. On the strength of significant support dates in 2017 and this most recent remix, Pixel Terror is primed to ride a wave of momentum into 2018.

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Listen Here: Greatest Hits of 2013 to Today

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2013 was a huge year for EDM. It’s the year we got “Escape” from 3lau and Paris & Simo, “Live for the Night” by Krewella, “Five Hours” from Deorro and “Recess” from Skrillex. A List of the top tracks from 2013 was compiled on Reddit and delivered what sounds to be confirmation that 2013 was

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Reddit Has Compiled The Hardest Drops In All Of EDM: Listen

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Dance music was made to create an emotional response. Trance gives listeners goosebumps and connects with them emotionally, house is all about continuing the party but bass music and even some forms of electro is all about the drop. The most intense, jaw dropping filthy grinding drops are sought out everyday by music lovers. What

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