The Robot Dentist is back at it again and comes all the way live with this future trill and trap style track, Stacks. Make sure to give this track a listen, and check out The Robot Dentist on Facebook. So much new music and collaborations that we have been lucky enough to preview from TRD…Definitely stay tuned, and get ready to Rage!
Project 46 is new to the EDM scene, but they have been killing the game. In this song they team up with Lincoln Park’s lead singer Bennington Shinoda to make a heart pounding, chill raising, and spine tingling song. If you don’t enjoy this song then either you don’t have a pulse or this is not your style of EDM, but I thoroughly like this track. Project 46 is currently signed to Monster Cat records a Young and Upcoming label ready to explode at any moment. Take a listen and tell me what you think about Project 46.
The Gaslamp Killer, known for Low End Theory and his insane DJ sets, is one of my biggest inspirations for charisma during live performances. The dude goes harder than anyone else I have ever seen on stage and is buck to the 100th degree. Recently, Gaslamp Killer was involved in a near fatal scootering accident on his way to a friend’s house. He suffered major injuries to say the absolute least and is now in a recovering state. I just want to take a second and shine some light on this man because he deserves the attention for his music and charisma rather than press from a scootering accident. Take a look at one of my favorite videos of the Gaslamp Killer live.
We decided to make another version of an old dubstep favorite, “Wreck This Place”. We are extremely excited to share it with you all! If you havn’t already, give it a listen and share it if you are feeling it! Much love to everyone for your continuous support!
Enoptix & MCK
Torqux has been switching their usual pace up a bit with some of their latest remixes including this interpretation of Wilkinson’s “Heartbeat.” It is labeled as a drum and bass track but I’m not sure if this one should be placed in that category. It seems to be more of a dutch house style track and is a complete change of pace from their old releases, but either way, its nicely made and has some pretty hype rap verses. If you are a fan of Torqux’s production, then be sure to check out some of their past releases on Chase and Status’s label, MTA Records for some heavier stuff!
Phuture Doom has been bringing some extremely nightmarish and industrial noise to the masses. They remind me of Gesaffelstein but produce bass music and other types of crazy noise. Their style is very apparant in their latest Soundcloud releases, “Hans Breaks” and “Burn the Knowledge.” These tracks blend elements of acid techno and eerie sampling together into one serious beast of a track. Phuture Doom is pushing their trademarked Black Acid sound further than ever with extreme music videos and their newest EP, “Nightfall,” forthcoming on EDM’s hottest label, OWSLA, July 23rd. Have a listen!
I have said it before and I will say it again. Deep House is coming back harder than ever in 2014. Trap has this summer on lock but I guarantee we see more artists, similar to Kry Wolf, rise up through the wave of EDM culture. Kry Wolf is one of those artists making an early mark on the deep house comeback and can be seen playing shows with the likes of Dirtybird Records and Foamo. Has had a string of success with his latest EP release, “The Flood” and “Concrete” EPs. Have a look at his most recent remix of My Nu Leng & Majora – Hips n’ Thighs and expect even bigger things in the near future from Kry Wolf!
Flume is the definition of up-and-coming. I first saw this man in action when he put down one of his traditional and downtempo live sets for Boiler Room Live. Recently, he has been put on blast by EDM’s latest trend, Disclosure, by remixing one of their hit tracks known as “You & Me” and is not stopping there. His latest production is a remix of Marlena Shaw’s single, “Woman of the Ghetto.” It is a massive banger that deserves some attention. Take a look!
Laidback Luke is know for that hyphy dutch house that is flooding EDM globally. It may not be the bassiest of music but the energy is there no doubt. Today, we bring you Luke’s live set from Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas that features original tracks and remixes from Afrojack, Adrien Lux, Morgan Page and Laidback Luke himself. Check it!
I continue to be impressed by producer Kill Paris. After hearing some of his early bootleg tracks and remixes released on SoundCloud, I was immediately drawn into his retro yet futuristic disco sound. Drawing inspiration from and sampling numerous disco records, his early original tracks are a great narrative to a producer finding a clearly defined sound. His debut EP “To A New Earth” was released on Skrillex’s OWSLA imprint and received rave reviews from the blogosphere.
Kill Paris returns with his latest release “Falling In Love Again”. The track demonstrates how Kill Paris has mastered his signature sounds while also showing how his is progressing as an artist. A great example of this is the absence of any vocal samples, instead opting for original vocals from Marty Rod & Alma. Turn the lights down low, light up some candles, spark up some green for this one, and get ready to fall in love.