With wavering distorted guitars reminiscent of classic 90′s tunes from the likes of Pearl Jam and the Stone Roses, we are introduced to Sulk for the very first time. This London based five piece has a nostalgic sound that’s truly infectious. A shoegazy blend of Britpop and Psychedelia, Sulk is the perfect soundtrack for a rainy London day, with a pint in one hand and a joint in the other. Lay back in the grass and soak this one in.
This single is out on May 20th via Perfect Sound Forever.
NYC heavy bass hitter Dank just put together an absolutely ridiculous mix of originals, filthy remixes and solid dance floor hits. Put this bad boy on and hit the gym. You’ll go hard in the paint for sure.
2. Dank – New York Funkin City
3. Dank – Throw Down
4. Dank – Tunnel Vision
5. Dank – Hi6 (Chriz Luvly Remix)
6. Fedde Le Grand – Long Way From Home
7. Dank – Step Right Up
8. Miles Dyson – Trackster
9. Showtek & Justin Prime – Cannonball
10. Dank – Renegade
11. Sander Van Doorn – Kangaroo
12. Dank – Wonderchild
13. Avicii & Nicky Romero – I Could Be The One (Dank Remix)
14. Dank – New York Fuckin City (Dank’s Trap Edit)
15. Just Blaze & Baauer – Higher
16. Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix)
17. Zeds Dead ft. Movado – Undah Yuh Skirt
18. Dank – Blow Me (Calvertron Remix)
New York DJ duo Filtercrush is back with a massive progressive orchestral remix of Bruno Mars. These two let Bruno’s amazing vocals shine through in the build built it up with some really epic big room sounds that are sure to light up the dance floor. If you dig this tune, head over to their soundcloud and pick snag a copy for free.
Victor Niglio is back with yet another high octane Trap banger. This time he remixes Plastik Funk & Tujamo’s anthem “Who” which you have most likely heard at every House show for the last 6 months. His subtle but effective take on this massive Festival Trap remix is sure to get your feet moving, so enjoy the free download and turn up. Cheers.
Today, we bring you the second single from The Great Gatsby soundtrack, Florence + The Machine‘s “Over The Love,” as witnessed in the most recent trailer for the film. For those of you who may not remember the story from your high school English classes, the song is written from the perspective of Daisy Buchanan (played by Carrey Mulligan in the film), Gatsby’s main source of inspiration and affection. Florence’s boisterous vocals are as powerful as ever here, with the band producing one of its most riveting and gripping melodies to date. If you’re not excited for the movie yet, you should at least be anticipating the Jay-Z produced soundtrack, which will be in stores May 7th, three days before the film hits theaters on May 10th. And if you missed it yesterday, check out the first single, “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)” along with the album sampler.
The title says it all, Feed Me remixing MONSTA. This premiered on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show, and is nothing short of amazing. MONSTA’s tracks have been remixed by some of the best, for example Skrillex, Nero, Dillon Francis, and Kill Paris. Now Feed Me joins the rest with this massive take on “Messiah”. Cheers.
Macklemore is almost as well known for his cinematic visuals as he is for his witty lyricism. With each and every video that comes out, Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, and the rest of their team prove that they have unmatched artistic ambition, and “Can’t Hold Us” might just be their most ambitious effort to date. Being a successful independent artist means Mack is able to carry his epic vision out unhinged, without any interference from any labels. The Seattle rapper’s been determined from the very beginning to provide us with an unfiltered experience, which he declares with, “Labels out here/Nah they can’t tell me nothing/We give it to the people/Spread it across the country.”
Macklemore spreads his message even further in the video, which features him swooping across various locations, from icy tundras, to scorching deserts, to expansive fields and more, before finally hanging his flag over the Space Needle in his hometown of Seattle. It’s a truly stunning and inspring work of art, and it’s arguably the best video produced by Macklemore and his crew to date. Once you’re finished watching the seven minute production, make sure to take a peek at a note from Ryan Lewis about all the moving pieces behind its creation.