Subtronics and Midnight Tyrannosaurus Release Earth Shattering New Track “Step Aside”

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Two of the biggest dubstep heavyweights have come together for an insane collaboration. Subtronics and Midnight Tyrannosaurus debuted their massive collaboration “Step Aside” just last week, and it definitely belongs among the ranks of massively heavy tracks. “Step Aside” highlights the unique sounds of both Subtronics and Midnight Tyrannosaurus seamlessly. The track starts out with a dark and

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Decadence reveals full lineup for NYE, featuring Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead, Illenium, and more

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Decadence reveals full lineup for NYE, featuring Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead, Illenium, and moreDecadence 2018 Rawhide Day1 JTD 181230 132

Arizona’s most coveted New Year’s Eve experience, Decadence, has revealed this year’s full lineup, and to no one’s surprise, it’s just as lethal as years past.

Skrillex is returning for a second year in a row, while other high-caliber headliners look to end the year with a bang at the Rawhide Event Center just outside of Phoenix. Locked and loaded acts include Dillon Francis, Diplo, Galantis, Illenium, Zeds Dead, G Jones, a Tchami and Malaa No Redemptions set, Nora En Pure, Fisher, AC Slater, and a special Griztronics sets from GRiZ and Subtronics, celebrating their festival hit collaboration by their performing name.

Last year’s NYE Decadence festivities brought unforgettable performances by REZZ, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, and a special back-to-back set with NGHTMRE, and DJ Diesel. Click here for ticket information.

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Subtronics Goes Off The Rails With New “Wooked On Tronics” EP

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School with Subtronics is officially in session! The “angry bouncy robot music” creator just released his latest 5-track EP “Wooked on Tronics.” This release continues to further showcase his unique mechanical sound design which has seen support from a plethora of electronic music artists. After all, it’s hard not to love Subtronics! Subtronics – Wooked On Tronics

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Subtronics talks about his latest ‘Wooked On Tronics’ EP

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Subtronics talks about his latest ‘Wooked On Tronics’ EPSUBTRONICS SNAILS

Subtronics released his new EP, Wooked On Tronics, after demolishing the dino-infested Prehistoric Paradox stage at Lost Lands over the weekend. The five-track project, including a collaboration with Moody Good, is yet another continuation of a year filled with milestones for the Philadelphia producer. From collaborations with Rusko, Ganja White Night, Snails, and his festival torcher “Griztronics,” with GRiZ, the budding DJ makes another stamp with a more solo project of gritty wubs and hefty percussion. With tantalizing high-ends through haunting ambiance, the tracks combine elements that contrast Subtronics’ complex, infectious melodies with careful crafted bass music sound design.

Subtronics told Dancing Astronaut:

WOOKED ON TRONICS is two things to me: a very specific and curtailed DJ set that contains the style I listen to in my spare time (outside of angry heavy dubstep), coupled with my chance to share other music I’m extremely passionate about with the rest of the world (besides quarter note dubstep). The EP is all of my unreleased songs that fit in line with that idea. They are the tracks written NOT in hopes of making some headbanging dance floor banger, but songs that I let myself get completely creative with and took off the restraints of, “you’re supposed to do this and that because that’s what some particular crowd likes.

I did absolutely whatever the F*CK I wanted to do with these tracks. What I strive for is to innovate and pioneer new things, new ideas or new sounds — anything that contributes to something that has truly not been done before. Obviously, that’s going to be a massive stretch, but this is my best attempt at reaching that (probably) impossible goal, and I really hope everyone appreciates it and can get down with that. These tracks sound more like me than anything else, they are the most current evolution of my sound and will continue to push away from the norm.”

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Subtronics and Snails connect for monstrous joint effort, ‘SNAILCLOPS’ [Stream]

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Subtronics and Snails connect for monstrous joint effort, ‘SNAILCLOPS’ [Stream]SUBTRONICS SNAILS

Subtronics continues his seismic collaboration streak, this time with the kingpin of Slugz Music, Snails. The pair’s joint effort is titled “SNAILCLOPS,” a namesake logo combination and a menacing beast of bass. Beginning with an ominous mist, a jack-in-the-box crank melody, and clear “WARNING” vocal chops cropped straight out of a nuclear reactor meltdown scene, the buildup leads into a heinous, stomping break that combines Snails’ grimy sound design and Subtronics rhythmic syntax.

Subtronics has been on a roll this year, releasing selects with the likes of Ganja White Night, Rusko, and GRiZ. His “Griztronics” partnership with the saxophone swinging electro-funk figurehead has been a festival pleaser as Subtronics continues to establishe himself as one of the most exciting up-and-coming bass acts on the scene in 2019.

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GRiZ goes hard on new Deadbeats EP, ‘Bangers[2].Zip’

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GRiZ goes hard on new Deadbeats EP, ‘Bangers[2].Zip’Griz 303 Magazine.com

GRiZ returns with a three-piece Bangers[2].Zip EP via Zeds Dead‘s Deadbeats imprint, which is a sequel to his Bangers[1].Zip from earlier this year. While the first edition had more of the electro-sax man’s funk and reggae leanings, this one runs in a heavier, more contemporary direction. The first track is a collaboration with up-and-coming bass standout Subtronics, cleverly named “Griztronics,”— it’s a trap brass construction with a drop that will move even the most stubborn of dance fans.

“Freak The Method” is the funkiest track on the project, with a unique heavy bass swing on the hook that rides along tantalizing synths and groovy verses. “Push The Vibe” is carries a complex percussive attitude with crescendoing synths and hyphy-inspired vocal play.

GRiZ is set for the second season of his Ride Waves tour run across 18 cities in the US this fall, touching down in DC, Nashville, LA, SF, Chicago, double nights in Atlanta and more. At the end of August he’ll be returning to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater for his fifth sold-out double-header, performing fan favorites from his 2010-2017 catalog on August 30 and a special Ride Waves / new music showcase on August 31.

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Rusko teams up with Subtronics for a contemporary dubstep heater, ‘Bounce’

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Rusko teams up with Subtronics for a contemporary dubstep heater, ‘Bounce’Rusko Edmneverstops

Rusko and Subtronics tap into their old-school roots and infuse them with contemporary influences in new dubstep churner, “Bounce,” on Cyclops Recordings. Using Subtronics’ stellar syncopation and sound design with Rusko’s signature elated wobbles and groove, listeners are met with a heavier style that shows off their shared writing efforts.

The introduction presents a melodic mixture of familiar, comforting reggae and dark, sinister progressions paired with dissident vocal distortion. Robotic elements then kick in for the buildup, encouraging listeners in a call to action which is eventually revealed at the drop: “bounce.” A thick, gritty bass hit follows, adding further force to the aforementioned melodic bits.

The second drop presents a different narrative, highlighting the haunting melody to the extreme before the previous chorus. Gracing a dubstep godfather with one of the more exciting up-and-coming talents pairs perfectly with high energy euphoria at festivals where this one will be inevitably played out.

NMF Roundup: Illenium delivers ‘Blood,’ Dillon Francis and Eptic link for ‘Let It Go’ on Monstercat + more

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NMF Roundup: Illenium delivers ‘Blood,’ Dillon Francis and Eptic link for ‘Let It Go’ on Monstercat + moreIllenium Press Shot 2

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

Topping this week’s list is Illenium’s dark new single, “Blood,” with vocalist Foy Vance, followed by Eptic and Dillon Francis’ new Monstercat collaboration, “Let It Go.” Eric Prydz has blessed the music world with a new Pryda compilation, PRYDA 15 VOL II, featuring songs like “The Riddle,” and GTA and Diplo have linked up for “Milky Cabrera.” Rusko and Subtronics are a force to be reckoned with on “Bounce,” and i_o delivers a new EP, featuring tunes like “Possession.” The Knocks keep the summer grooves coming with a VIP mix of “Awa Ni,” and Rinzen flips Lastlings’ “I’ve Got You.” Paul Oakenfold and Galestian have crafted a mysterious collaboration with “Summer Nights,” and Hermitude bring along BJ The Chicago Kid and Buddy for “OneFourThree.” Kaskade and Late Night Alumni create a dreamy masterpiece on “One Track Mind,” and Cosmic Gate breathe life into their new single, “Light Years.” Jack Beats and Dillon Nathaniel open up the dance floor on “Mind Sensation,” and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Quintino, and MAD M.A.C. build a main stage earworm with “Boing.”

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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Subtronics Drops Killer New EP “Cyclops Army”

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Subtronics has one of the most diverse sounds in dubstep right now. He has developed a signature sound like no one else and keeps developing it more and more with each release. Now, we have even more bass to headbang to with his newest release “Cyclops Army”. Most of the tracks on this EP we

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Lost Lands unveils 2019 lineup with three Excision sets, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE, Black Tiger Sex Machine + more

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Lost Lands unveils 2019 lineup with three Excision sets, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE, Black Tiger Sex Machine + moreWompy Woods At Lost Lands

Back for its third year in the running, Lost Lands officially revealed its full lineup for 2019. Packed with fan favorites as well as fresh talent, the Excision-curated festival returns to Legend Valley, Ohio for three days of headbanger heaven Sept. 27-29.

Since Lost Lands’ inception, creator Excision has continued working to improve the festival experience for attendees. Some focus points promised for this year’s iteration include introduction of Wednesday early entry, reformatting of the “Dino Den” area to include three camping options, relocation of late-night sound camps to the main venue, and stop additions to the long haul shuttles.

This year’s lineup boasts diversity across the bass scene, bringing on big names like Black Tiger Sex Machine, Ganja White Night, Flosstradamus, Subtronics, EPROM and championing rising newcomers like Whipped Cream, Wavedash, Wooli, 1788-L and Peekaboo. Festival-goers will be treated to three distinct Excision sets—a two-hour solo set, Excision b2b Illenium, and an Excision detox set. See the full lineup below and purchase tickets here.