[Dubstep] Fox Stevenson – Rocket

Fox Stevenson
Rocket [Out Now]

If you aren’t hopping on every Fox Stevenson release, you’re doing it wrong. There are a lot of good producers out there, but this cat is the real deal when it comes to being a well-rounded musician. And he just released a single with Disciple Recordings. Things don’t get much better than this match up.

As a part of the third volume of the label’s Disciple Alliance compilation, “Rocket” was released to the world on September 12th. Fox brings his top-notch song-writing skills to the table in conjunction with his supreme sound design talents. Right from the get-go, you’ll be into this one. There’s no waiting for something. It starts off enticing. It continues to get more and more enticing until you are headbanging like there’s no tomorrow. Some dubstep tracks are a bit harder to dance to, but this one has that groove that you look for in an exceptional dance record. Fox wouldn’t leave you hanging, as his shows are packed with a variety of individuals, from the loyal bassheads to the kandi kids. Give it a listen and head to the digital store of your choice for a copy. You won’t regret it.

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[Music Video] SHIVV – Vande Mataram Feat. Viraj Bahri

Vande Mataram Ft Viraj Bahri

Did you know that India has a new age National song? Well, now you do. SHIVV, an artist some Americans were introduced to on the main stage at Ultra, created the single “Vande Mataram” featuring Viraj Bahri that has made so much noise in the artist’s home country that people are starting to take serious notice elsewhere.

“Vande Mataram” has been the National Song of India for some time, but now it’s gotten an update by SHIVV who brings the single into contemporary times with a strong melodic makeover. It must have been a daunting task, attempting to re-imagine such a powerful song, but not only does SHIVV do that; he created a music video for the song to celebrate the continued independence of India. “Vande Mataram” can be translated to “long live the mother[land” or “I bow down to thee, Mother.” SHIVV and Viraj really did a tremendous job getting this project together, and the result is something that can live on to represent their home country with style and grace. Check out the music video below, and head over to iTunes if you would like a copy of the song.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 212)


Unfortunately, the American ninjas don’t have another three day weekend. Fortunately, there was no lack of dope records coming out this week. As we do each Friday, the ninjas gather in the dojo to put together our favorite free downloads from the week that you can use to help get the weekend parties started, or continue. Here you will find twelve records from producers all over the world. They each have two things in common: we loved them, and they’re available for free download. Producers like Jeremiah Red, Kai Wachi, Havok Roth, Bro Safari, Delta Heavy and more grace the playlist this week with their incredible work. Check out the records today, enjoy the weekend, and don’t forget to #danceirresponsibly.

’Subsurge – Candy Flippin’
’Kai Wachi – TWI$T’
’Havok Roth & TYNVN – Vessel’
’Bro Safari – Reality feat. Sarah Hudson’
’NovaSpectrum – Take Me’
’ASDEK – Halo’
’Mark Khuzam – Pulse (Original Mix)’
’Corg – Enforcer’
’Delta Heavy – Punish My Love VIP’
’Dodge & Fuski – Bring it Back’
’Steve Void & No Mondays – Chemistry (ft. Clara Mae)’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 211)


Summer is about to be dwindling away. That doesn’t mean the party won’t stop though. No matter what time of year it is, when it’s the weekend, it’s time to party. You can relax too, but that’s not why we deliver the Friday Party Playlist each week. Unless you’re one of those individuals who can listen to party tracks while kicking back, then we’ve got you covered along with the party people. This week’s playlist includes some ninja favorites including Venessa Michaels, Bad Royale, and Luca Lush; all of whom deliver dope record after dope record without an end in sight. Other producers whose works you will come across are Forgotten Funk, Goldplate, Atom Pushers, 8Er$ and Getter. Check out all twelve tracks and don’t forget, all our FPP tunes are available as free downloads. More importantly, whether you stream or download: #danceirresponsibly.

’Venessa Michaels – Do U Feel feat. Leven Kali’
’Forgotten Funk – Sweet Baby (NDYD Disqo 009)’
’ElezD – Mirrors (Original Mix)’
’NuKid X Dendro – Bounce Shake’
’Goldplate – Chain Check (Original Mix)’
’Atom Pushers , 5ynk , Royal & Mighty – Harambe’
’Bad Royale – Everybody $uck My Wiener (feat. Dilly Pickle)’
’8Er$ & Pink Flamingo – Spin The Record’
’¥€$ x HLTR$KLTR – You Know’
’Yuck Nasty – Break The Sytem’
’Getter – Wat The Frick VIP’
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[Music Video] Protohype – Lights On Feat. Malcolm Anthony

Puppy Crew

The British poet Alfred Tennyson famously once wrote “Tis better to have loved and lost, Than never to have loved at all.” Many of us have gone through the difficult time of having lost an important relationship in our lives, whether it be with a friend, significant other or even family member. Protohype‘s single with Malcom Anthony, “Lights On” shares the sentiments of being in such a situation, but now the song has a music video to go along with it.

Within the video we see what happens when a person loses something they once loved, in particular, a significant other. From the moment it’s over, through the phase of reliving those cherished moments to the hard times of waiting for them to come back, this video covers it all. It even dives into both perspectives, to paint a real picture that will hit right at home for may viewers. Not only is it a great video, but the song is just as powerful. “Lights On” is a part of Puppy Crew, which can currently be purchased through digital stores. Lastly, Protohype and Firepower Records are currently holding a creative contest for fans to show what they leave the light on for. Submit your video via Instagram by using the hashtag #ProtohypeLightsOn.

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[Multi-Genre] Brig – Summer Melancholy EP


Russia’s favorite pirate, Brig, has made his return to Daily Earfood with his newest EP, Summer Melancholy. Two months ago, Brig had a few single releases come out, but now his full blown EP is here to shake the end of Summer up.

Now that Summer is coming to a close, this is the perfect time for a project by the name of Summer Melancholy. Despite the second half of its name, the EP boasts a tone that is more in line with the current season. Lighthearted synths blaze a trail through four singles that have Brig pushing a more future bass and 8bit style than his usual heavy sound. With the opening song, we’re instantly met with devouring piano chords then quickly move into a bass-driven single that certainly lives up to the fact that it is the title track. “Extreme” comes next with a burst of energy that makes it one of the best tunes off the project. Both “Kingdom” and “Wake Up” are grand creations, but we feel that the first half of the EP is a tad bit stronger than the second half. All four great singles, so don’t be skipping any. Check them out below and if you would like to grab the EP, you can do so for free!

’Brig – Summer Melancholy’
’Brig – Extreme’
’Brig – Kingdom’
’Brig – Wake Up’
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Wednesday Workout Playlist [Vol. 8]


We are smack in the middle of festival season, and the anticipation continues to build as we keep looking back at those insane lineups and the final phase announcements. We can only imagine how incredible festivals like Sun City Music Fest, Electric Zoo, The Meadows, and Something Wicked and way too many more to name are going to be. With those incredible lineups comes brand new releases from the attending artists, teasing us with music that we know is going to blow us away when we see them perform live. So, this week we curated a playlist to exposé some of those fresh releases to get that festival adrenaline kicking.

’Pirupa – Sunday Morning – Skream Remix
’Frank Pierce – Frozen (feat. Emily Bonabon)’
’Can’t Hold Me Down (ft. Tash Neal of The London Souls)’
’DUCKY – Don’t Look Down’
’EMBRZ – Silent X Space Plus One Mashup’
’BLU J x Indiginis – Hallucinating ft. Molly Moore’
’Borgeous & Landis – Higher’
’graves & Team EZY – Sheep with Wolves’
’Party Favor – Whole Lotta Money (feat. Rich The Kid)’
’Huntar – 4AM (k?d Remix)’
’MJR LZR – 2 Original (Murphy Remix)’
’Stanton Warriors & AC Slater – Dig Deeper(Stranger Remix)’
’The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey – Closer (Two Friends x Class & Clowns Remix)’
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