It’s no secret that Dirtcaps pull out all the stops each time they hit the studio and it continues to show through their onslaught of ear-splitting records. Proving to the world that their sonic mean streak didn’t end in 2017, the Dutch duo released their ‘All Gold EP’ today, a four-track package so powerful a
RL Grime and his new album, ‘NOVA’ was a massive story line in 2017. Fans were dying for information around the release of the the trap gods new LP and while many believed it would drop in the second half of 2017, it never was released. So what gives? We have been collectively waiting for
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They may be new, but Krank & Stein is one duo you are going to be seeing around the bass scene frequently. After signing on as one of Warpaint Records’ artists, you might want to catch them now to witness their development to come! Kicking off their career though, for now, is their self-released hit “Yung Frank”
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A mere month ago, Grandtheft released the infectious future bass/pop ballad “Square One.” The Toronto mixer shows no signs of slowing down as he is already back with the release of another new track, “Aaron’s Theme.” Forsaking the bubbly approach on “Square One” for a more cavernous trap texture, Grandtheft proves once again that he can dabble in multiple genres.
Complete with blaring horns and a forthright structure, “Aaron’s Theme” is reminiscent of trap music’s nascent years and makes no conceited effort to include unnecessary production elements. With only the bare essentials, Grandtheft has unveiled a stripped down festival gem.
Illenium‘s breakout arguably career occurred when the Denver-based melodic producer was named winner of Kaskade‘s “Disarm You” remix competition. Fast forward three years, and Nick Miller continues to rise to domination on the festival circuit — most recently bringing his Awake Tour to Dallas’ Lights All Night and San Diego’s OMFG! New Year’s Eve Festival.
While in Southern California, Miller awed his NYE crowd as he unleashed quite the heavy-hitting surprise during his notable Kaskade remix. Armed with an ODESZA-influenced trap style drop, followed by 808 kicks in halftime, the live video edit (above) is being dubbed Illenium’s VIP remix. In so doing, Illenium further poises himself as an artist focused on taking a living approach to his live performance, all the while proving that he’s not just interested in pressing play, but pushing the boundaries of his sound and experimenting with evolving styles.
Back with his latest and greatest original to date, Atlanta based dance producer Pop Funk has brought powerfully anthemic vibes with “Everything But Ordinary”. Teaming up with Australian singer-songwriter Blake Rose, the duo has spun their masterful talents to craft the perfect cross-genre combination blending future bass, pop, and trap. Triumphant synths and booming percussion rain
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What can be said about DJ Craze that Pete Tong doesn’t cover in his introduction to the Miami-based veteran selector’s debut Essential Mix? Hailed by the host as, “one of the most technically gifted DJs, ever,” Tong goes on to highlight Craze’s three consecutive DMC world champion crownings, undoubtedly solidifying the Slow Roast Records founder’s spot in the highest echelons of the DJ ring of honor. From there, the turntablist quickly descends into two hours of elbow-throwing trap, hip-hop, and breaks spanning a spectrum that covers Skrillex to Vince Staples, Noisia to Kendrick Lamar with so much in between.
Craze’s Essential Mix leaves no room for subtlety –– fake DJs should feel personally attacked. Putting on a rare lesson in “real DJing,” Craze has clearly forgotten more about Technics than most professional DJs will ever learn in their lifetimes.
Cuts from A Tribe Called Quest and Mobb Deep seamlessly rub shoulders with material from Ricky Remedy, Ekali, and RL Grime, all weaved together with masterful, flawless scratch routines. Craze reiterates exactly why he’s unequivocally carried the scratch DJing torch throughout his decorated career, dropping off one of the sharpest Essential Mixes of recent memory.
Whether you’ve been following along with us this year on the new trap music section or even following our trap music Spotify playlist, trap has had quite the incredible year. With artists such as QUIX, Getter, and Ekali really making a name for themselves, trap music is expected to boom once again in 2018. To
Up and coming producer Kaivon has been releasing some crazy tracks this past year and with every release he seems to be getting better and better. His latest track, entitled ‘Touch’, was just recently released and it stands a testament to this artist’s obvious talent. The track, featuring singer Pauline Herr, takes you for a
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Wrapping up the year with their hit “Dying Young”, Two Owls has also dropped a remix EP for their tune “Waking Up The Dead”. Featuring mixes from AWAL, Blacklist, Clips x Ahoy, Fransis Derelle & Harley Knox this EP is stacked with some standout tracks. The original tune was a euphoric, vocal driven track which has