You know one thing at this point in time: Denver knows how to party. It may be a city tucked neatly against the mountains, thousands of miles away from any coastline, but the EDM community there is thriving to say the lease. With that being said, it’s time to buy your tickets to Skylab: Mission Blackout. This long standing Denver tradition is back September 22nd and promises to be better than ever. As if this video didn’t get you excited enough, names on the lineup include: Porter Robinson, Zedd, Gareth Emery, Borgore, and so many more.
Don’t wait to buy your tickets before it’s too late. You don’t want to miss this one.
Music on the promo video is courtesy of Dragon and Jontron.
What starts off as a seemingly dancy club appropriate remix of Calvin Harris‘ “We’ll Be Coming Back”, turns into something completely different. Feature Cuts infuses his emerging signature style and decimates the track with a gritty, wobbly drop. The ominous tones are hard and heavy, but Example‘s vocal sample remains throughout to tie the track together. It’s dirty, head-banging dubstep, and it’s addicting as hell.
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Calvin Harris feat. Example Well Be Coming Back (Feature Cuts Remix)
Today has been an incredible day for music, and it just got even better thanks to the Santa Barbra natives, Candyland. They are back to their filthy ways, this time tackling the Stafford Brothers track “Pressure”. These two just get it, starting with a intense intro that grabs you instantly. Then slowly building it up with the vocals that are meshed flawlessly with this insane melody. The drop is just brain scrambling Dubstep at its absolute finest. Featuring some hard hitting laser infused wobbles that make me want to two step around my room by myself. Look forward to their album dropping, hopefully soon, can’t get enough from these two. And best of all this remix is free, Cheers.
Stafford Brothers ft. MDPC Pressure (Candyland Remix)
Feed Me dishes out a lot more than his moniker lets on. The megalomaniac dubstep/drum&bass UK producer just unleashed a two hour long mix on BBC Radio 1 for Pete Tong’s Essential Mix. The nomad of bass beats showcases his unique style taking us through the entire spectrum of his musical abilities all the while teasing us with the unreleased collaboration with Kill The Noise for the track “Thumbs Up (For Rock And Roll). Listen and download below.
01. Feed Me – Little Cat Steps [Mau5trap]
02. Feed Me – Green Bottle [Mau5trap]
03. Feed Me – Trichitillomania [Mau5trap]
04. Feed Me – Chain Smoker [Mau5trap]
05. Feed Me – Relocation [Mau5trap]
06. Feed Me – Blood Red (Duffy Edit) [Mau5trap]
07. Kill The Noise – Jump Ya Body
08. Feed Me – Abel
09. Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta (The Rebirth) [Mad Decent]
10. Birdy Nam Nam – Goin’ In (Skrillex’s ”Goin’ Down” Remix) [Owsla]
11. Feed Me – Rat Trap
12. Spor – Push Me Pull You
13. Feed Me – One Click Headshot [Mau5trap]
14. Kill The Noise feat. Feed Me – Thumbs Up (For Rock & Roll)
15. Feed Me – Pink Lady [Mau5trap]
16. Feed Me – The Spell [Mau5trap]
17. Feed Me – Silicon Lube [Mau5trap]
18. Feed Me – Jodie [Mau5trap]
19. Feed Me – Gravel
20. Feed Me – Dialup Days
21. Deadmau5 – Fn Pig [Mau5trap]
22. Aphex Twin – Windowlicker (Feed Me Edit)
23. Feed Me feat. Lindsay – Embers [Mau5trap]
24. Stephan Bodzin – Sonnenwind [Herzblut]
25. Feed Me – To The Stars [Mau5trap]
26. Feed Me – Cott’s Face [Mau5trap]
27. Feed Me – Grand Theft Ecstasy [Mau5trap]
28. Feed Me – Painted My Nails [Mau5trap]
29. AWOL Nation – Sail (Feed Me ‘Luxe’ Edit)
30. Feed Me – Strange Behavior [Mau5trap]
31. Feed Me feat. Gemini – Whiskers [Mau5trap]
32. Feed Me feat. Tasha Baxter – Ebb & Flow
33. Feed Me – Burn Your Girlfriend
34. Radiohead – Everything In It’s Right Place (Feed Me Remix) [Parlophone]
35. Feed Me – Sonata In Headphones
36. Spor – Pacifica [Lifted]
37. Seventh Stitch – The Red Book
38. Feed Me – This Is The Thing (Fink Cover)
Pogo, the producer responsible for delivering some of the most beautiful mashups of popular movies like Alice in Wonderland and Snow White has done something completely unexpected. Gone dubstep. Bringing an aggression to the dark tales of Scooby Doo, Pogo mashes together popular sound clips from the beloved cartoon. While it does not quite overshadow his previous work, Scoobystep is a definite welcome for a quick comic relief this Sunday morning.
Liquid Step, WTF is that? Well just listen and you’ll see, but it’s pretty much Love Step or Chill Step, but in Liquid form of course. Draper absolutely murders this ultra sexy remix of Ellie Goulding‘s indie anthem “Hanging On”. Adding some subtle but still very impressive wobbles that enhance this melodic track in all the right ways. This track wouldn’t be complete without some epic vocal work, and it features some flawless splicing at all the right times. This a collab I could only dream about until now, so all we need is for Adventure Club to remix this track and then my life will officially be complete. Cheers.
Lupe Fiasco is no stranger to dubstep. He’s already laid down some slick bars over production by Bassnectar and Nero before. It can even be said that he’s the most dubstep-friendly rapper out there now, paving the path for fellow emcees like Kanye West, B.o.B, and Childish Gambino to follow. With that in mind, it shouldn’t shock you that his latest song plays around with some of those same dubstep elements. Lupe first leads us in with some inspring piano riffs, before dropping the hammer on us with the hook. The song itself is a unique departure from the previous iteration(s) in the series. Although released out of order (“American Terrorist III” came out sometime late last year), the focus of the songs remain on certain political commentary related to warfare. Of the three, “American Terrorist II” simultaneously bears the most uplifting and most hopeless message, mentioning idealistic youngsters who want to save the world, juxtaposed with a hook that cries out “Where are those heroes/Where are those superheroes.” Like most Lupe tracks, it effectively gets its message across.
There’s no telling if this leak will be on Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Part 1, but we should cherish every release we get from here on out, as the masterful lyricist recently announced his retirement on Twitter.