Wednesday Workout Playlist [Vol. 7]

As these hot, hot temperatures finally begin to let up a bit, at least for now, we aren’t hesitating to take advantage of the beautiful days by spending them by the water. As most of us know, there is almost nothing more satisfying than sprawling out on the sand, soaking in the sun and feeling that reoccurring cool breeze on your skin. The only thing that can possibly enhance this experience is some great music playing in the background. That’s why this week we conjured up a selection of tunes to both relax and get energized to.

’Swedish House Mafia – Leave The World Behind (JayKode X Lookas Remix)’
’Drinkee (Vintage Culture & Slow Motion! Remix)’
’Faded (Young Bombs Remix)’
’Mike Wit ft. Brenda Be – Hold Me Now (Original Mix)’
’it’s different – Pokemon Ü (ft. Broderick Jones)’
’Draper – All I See (feat. Laura Brehm) (Kicks N Licks Remix)’
’Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber & Erene – Cold Water (Eljay Remix)’
’Mutemath – Monument (Kasbo Remix)’
’Machinedrum – ‘Angel Speak (ft. MeLo
’San Holo – Still Looking (DROELOE Remix)’
’Daft Rascal (Dizzee Rascal X Daft Punk) RJ Cherry Bootleg’
’Dillon Francis x NGHTMRE – Need You (Popsikl Remix)’
’Cesqeaux & San Holo – Who Am I’
’Danny Brown – Blunt After Blunt (Pham Remix)’
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[Future Trap] Lookas – Apollo


When artists, or in this case, producers, begin their careers, they have build a reputation for themselves by sticking to and mastering a specific genre. Over time, as the artist’s fan base builds and their name becomes much more prominent, we connect them to that single genre, and we think of them as experts in it. But what happens when the artists, whose music we thought we knew so well, decide to step outside the boundaries of the genre they became so recognizable for? As fans, we respond in a multitude of ways, from anger and disappointment to full on support.

In the case of Lookas’s fresh release, “Apollo,” fans will feel far from let down. Moving away from his popular festival trap style, Lookas steps into the territory of future, and divulges some secret versatility. The title, “Apollo,” both parallels and matches the musical style of the song as it explores his abilities in a different musical sector, and paints an otherworldly picture in our minds. Even from the beginning, the sound seems stranger to us, except we cannot help but feel intrigued. This intrigue continues the full length of the track, simultaneously revealing an incredible product. Grab the free download above, crank up the speakers, and get ready to be transported to another dimension.

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[Trap] LooKas – Samurai


We’ll be honest when we say you probably won’t find many big room house or festival trap tracks on this blog. Over the years those sounds have just gotten a bit – shall we say – redundant. But with some time, one of a few artists, LooKas, has gained our respect. Though known for his festival trap sound, he somehow always manages to find a loophole in the default festival trap formula. As a result he ends up producing his own unique festival trap formula that can only be identified with his name. LooKas’ latest release, “Samurai,” combines his signature trap style with some big room flavor without overdoing it. The drop has LooKas written all over it as it is structured with a dark, fierce melody, and mind-blowing bass. This one is definitely huge, so peep it and snag the free download!

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[Future Bass] LooKas x SMLE – 6 A.M.

6 A.M.

It’s always a pleasant surprise when two artists join forces to create a track and, even more so, when those are artists have vastly different musical styles. That is why we are super stoked to see the names LooKas and SMLE on the same record.

If you are familiar with either of the artists, then you know that LooKas always brings the bass while SMLE have proved themselves as masters of future and funk. The blend of festival trap and futuristic funk on “6 A.M.” makes for the perfect balance of party and chill. The track shifts from soft and innocent to hard and intense while an evolving tempo, thus keeping listeners on their toes at all times.

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