Trapeze (Original Mix)
For the past few months we here at TMN have had our eye on Canadian producer Sleepy Tom and for good reason! Whether producing his signature progressive trap demonstrated by his remix of Fur Trade’s “Don’t Get Heavy” or his jungle edit of Zeds Dead’s infamous “Rumble In The Jungle”, Sleepy Tom has continued to push boundaries and showcase his immense talent. His latest release, “Trapeze” is a fusion of all things ‘Sleepy’. Pulsating bass, rattling hi-hats and distorted vocal samples reminiscent of Baauer’s work, assimilate to create a truly unique record solidifying one common idea, Sleepy Tom is not an artist you want to sleep on! In typical fashion, Sleepy gave this track out for free so make sure to grab the free download by showing him some love on Facebook. Enjoy
With all the successful remixes, from Purity Ring, Florence and The Machine to Ellie Gouliding herself, PatrickReza has captivated the dubstep scene in the surprisingly short amount with his talent alone. Today, instead of giving us a soothing and melodic dubstep remix of an indie track, the young producer from LA is ready to provide an original piece to his now impressive repertoire. Bang! is a sonic blitzkrieg of strong uncompromising wobbles that play homage to the very roots of the earlier underground scene that was dubstep but with a renewed and modernized sound.
The evolution and growth from PatrickReza is becoming more apparent with every single release, and we couldn’t be more excited to where he is going. Head over to his soundcloud for more.
It has been a little over a year since Bass Klepth has captured fans with his iTunes podcast series Klephtomania. Spinning out remixes and mash-ups alike, this podcast is not one to be missed and we are so excited to be able to share BK’s latest podcast that premiered this morning. This resident artist just keeps throwing down the amazing beats every week and the ninjas can confirm we are quickly becoming Kelphtomaniacs.
1 Foxy – Bass Kleph Edit – Gregor Salto, Funkin Matt
2 Game Over (Original Mix) – Heatbeat
3 Last Day On Earth (GTA Remix) – Michael Woods, Duvall
4 I Could Be the One (John Christian Remix) – Nicky Romero, Avicii
5 D# Fat -Bass Kleph Edit – Armin van Buuren, W&W
6 Booby Trap (Original Mix) – James Frew
7 Party Police (Original Club Mix) – Chebacca, Damien Le Roy
8 The Dip (Prince Club Dip it Good Re-work) – Justin Jay
9 Tattoo Girl (Original Mix) – Ferreck Dawn, Redondo
10 Crackin (Original Mix) – Mark Dekoda
11 Insomnia (John Dahlback Remix) – Lazy Rich
12 Love Me Right (Original Mix) – Vince Moogin
13 Bass Kleph Live Performance of Incredible by Carnage & Borgore
14 Drop That Low – Bass Kleph Edit – Darmon, Eran Hersh, Dean Cohen
15 People Boots (Original Mix) – GTA
16 Power Of You And Me (Teacup) feat. Andreas Moe (Extended Mix) – Rune RK, Andreas Moe
Let’s take a minute to talk about Space. The legendary decade old nightclub is going to be absolutely electric for WMC. We’re particularly excited for is the Fedde Le Grand vs. Mark Knight showdown on the terrace at Space, March 21st. The show starts at 11pm, and features two of the largest DJs in the game. We’re amped up and ready to party, are you? If you haven’t already, swing by Space’s website and pick up your tickets. This will sell out, so get on it!
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Whoa (Feat. Tyler, The Creator)
After dropping the much heralded “Chum” a few months ago, fans have been clamoring for Earl Sweatshirt‘s next release. For many, “Chum” seemed like a maturation in the young emcee’s thought process, as he tackled personal issues and struggles head on. Earl and crew are out to prove nothing’s changed though by dropping this brand new video for “Whoa.” As Tyler, The Creator alludes to in the beginning of the song, they’re out to revive their 2010 vibe, when people were first shocked by the video for “Earl.” This one isn’t quite as extreme, but it’s certainly peculiar.
It begins with Earl waking up in a run down trailer, and then donning a winter coat in nothing but his boxers, before heading outside to watch some 50-some year-old woman pirouetting around in a tutu. Yeah, it’s weird, but nothing out of the ordinary for Odd Future standards. “Whoa” comes with the trademarked laidback, yet sinister sound we’re used to from all Odd Future tracks. Earl shows off that sweet, complex rhyme scheme we’ve come to admire from him, while Tyler takes duties on the chorus. Earl’s upcoming album, Doris, doesn’t have a release date yet, but it’s easily one of the most anticipated projects of the year.