KNIFE PARTY – RAGE VALLEY EP

Moombah, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Electro-House. All these things you can expect on the highly anticipated new EP from Knife Party, Rage Valley. With all the low quality rips making its way onto the internet, very few have cause such hype among electronic fans as this four track collective. Listen below and make sure you go and download RAGE VALLEY EP it on Beatport.

Knife Party – Rage Valley (Original Mix)
Knife Party – Centipede (Original Mix)
Knife Party – Bonfire (Original Mix)
Knife Party – Sleaze ft. Mistajam (Original Mix)
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Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Stronger

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is set to release his debut LP, Trouble, on June 11th (June 12th for the US release). The organic experimental sounds of the Oxford-based producer, combined with his live performances have catapult him into becoming one of the most popular acts in the genre. Today we have his latest single “Strong”, following another cut from Trouble, “Tapes of Money”.

Stronger (Released 11/June/12)

This is an edit for Soundcloud. The full version of ‘Stronger’ will be released 11th June 2012 on the debut album ‘Trouble’.

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Jodeci – Freek n You (TOKiMONSTA Frickinyoo remix)

It is time to get FREAKY this Friday. TOKiMONSTA brings us a wonderful (and hilarious) remix of Jodeci – Freek n You.

Jodeci
Freek n You (TOKiMONSTA Frickinyoo remix)
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Paradis – Hémisphère

If you are having a calm and hazy morning and need a tune to sooth you into a good mood, look no further. Young Parisian duo, Paradis, just released a sophisticatedly crafted 12″ featuring two rich electronica tracks “Hémisphère” and “Je m’ennuie”. Listen to our favorite of the two ‘Hémisphère’ below.

Paradis Hémisphère
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‘Hémisphère’ was released May 22nd on Beats In Space Records

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[Chillstep] Minnesota – Astral Projection EP

American dubstep producer Minnesota doesn’t just create songs, he induces you in a hazy music landscape of long winded strings and soft percussions. Electronic music is not about the next big over-climatic drop (though we do tend to enjoy those) but a way to express ourselves using a manipulable digital medium. No matter how rugged the electronic elements may be, Minnesota’s talent is to simply create organic experiences among distinctively unnatural sounds. The Astral Projection EP, to which is available free to download/Name Your PRice, is a gentle mind trip that showcases his signature sound engineering. Preview ‘Astral Projection’ below.

Relax (Astral Projection EP)

Stardust (Astral Projection EP)

Astral Projection (Astral Projection EP)

Download/Name Your Own Price for Astral Projection EP here

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John Dahlback – Take This Thing Back [Rising Music]

Chris Lake‘s label Rising Music is proud to present it’s 50th release from Swedish producer John Dahlback. Undoubtedly, 2012 has been John Dahlback’s most ambitions year to date, unleashing original gems each and every month, performing on a rigorous international tour and even staring his own weekly podcast “Mutants Radio Podcast”. Dahlback’s infectious enthusiasm for electronic dance music comes across in all of his singles and “Take This Thing Back” is no exception. A technically progressive anthem with electro-infused bass lines, all the while full of signature Dahlback flavour.

John Dahlback
Take Thing Back(Original)

If that wasn’t enough, UK producer Jacques Lu Cont hands in his brilliance for a much more complex, chaotic yet satisfying rendition of “Take This Thing Back”.

John Dahlback
Take This Thing Back (Jacques Lu Cont)

Buy the full tracks here: http://s.beatport.com/JrdBLL

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[Future Trill] Sexytime – Naked Poetry EP

Sexytime is one of the most original new collaborations in the vast realm of bass music. When west coast savant Mimosa came together with Brooklyn producer Sleepyhead they knew they wanted to go for a whole new sound. Forgoing the typical aggressive, harsh synths of their counterparts these two decided to take the high road with this one. In a very nice experimental, chilled out take on “sexy bass music”, Sexytime has created a unique statement with their debut Naked Poetry EP. The new sound these guys are pioneering simultaneously chills out the brain while moving the feet into a frenzy. You can listen to their album below or pick it up on iTunes here.

Tracks such as “Sour Grapes” and “You Can’t Hide” are great examples of the new juke or “trill” style most commonly heard in their live show. Their NYC show at underground artsy club W.I.P. (Work In Progress) was filled with high energy tracks like these and packed with beautiful people on all sides. All the while Sexytime kept their swagger gangster on the decks, head bobbing and setting the party on fire. Be sure to keep up with this talented duo to catch their live show because it is not to be missed! You can get a taste for their style with the video for “Lost In Translation” below as premiered on Jay-Z’s Life + Times site. Keep it sexy!

Sexytime
Lost In Translation
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