So long story short Terravita needs to do the entire soundtrack for the next Metroid Prime game. This a straight melter and Terravita has no fear in trying to unleash one of the dirtiest tracks I’ve heard in a while. Starting off with a dark and heavy intro bringing some heavy machinery sounds that march you right into shock value heaven. Then bringing a piercing siren synth leading up to some high pitch wobbles with perfect breaks that are sure to instantly scramble your brain. Terravtia I thank you for this one and so do my neighbors, whether they like it or not. Cheers.
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Fire Flowerz, the fresh Italian producing duo have been producing since 2007 and it is a real shame on our side for not have discovered them sooner. Taking on Herve’s “How Can I Live Without You” off his upcoming album ‘Pick Me Up, Calm Me Down, Sort Me Out’, Fire Flowerz packs the track with a high energy bassline that morphs at will as the anthem-like bigger-than-life strings carry the song through each break and build up. High intensity electro that does not overpower, letting the wonderful vocals pierce through, this Italian duo polishes an already excited track with enough an european electro style wishing us we were raving at Ibiza.
To celebrate the release of his album ‘Pick Me Up, Calm Me Down, Sort Me Out,’ Herve is giving all you ninjas the exclusive download.
Herve How Can I Live Without You (Make it Right) (Fire Flowerz Remix)
Streaming into our living rooms and bedrooms around the world comes Tommorowland. For the past 8 years it has been in existence, it has become a colossal festival bringing out the biggest names in the EDM world. With 120,000 people in attendance this has become one of the biggest, most ridiculous dance party world wide. From the stages to the performances it truly is a massive production that is put on. This year is no different, but what is different is that we can all join in the party. From wherever you are you can be transported to the party in Belgium by simply clicking on the link below. Only a select 12 artists will be aired but what a Friday lineup they have setup for this stream. Let’s just say the Bloody Beetroots are closing out the Friday lineup.
The breezy, summer dance jam “The Palace, 4 AM” from electro-pop group Beat Connection has finally gotten some visual representation. In this Jon Meyer-directed piece, the band takes us through a glimmering, whirling world of colors and landscapes, from lush green fields to the streets of their hometown, Seattle. Much like the chill, infectious track, the video washes over you and sucks you into its feel-good vibes. “The Palace, 4 AM” is the first single off Beat Connection’s debut LP, Palace Garden, which is already out in the US and drops in the UK on August 6 via Moshi Moshi/Tenderage.
Brooklyn born and Bajan residing rapper Haleek Maul teams up with Chicago based DJ duo Supreme Cuts and Charlotte, NC rapper Deniro Farrar to deliver a newly-leaked track “The Dummy”. This aggressive mix is the first collaborative effort from their upcoming Mishka-sponsored mixtape Chrome Lips, due out August 21st. Mixing different genres, rap cliches, and dark moods, “The Dummy” is appropriately described by the duo as “…our hella warped twisted take on hip hop today.” The track is definitely something that took a couple listens to grow on me, but is still pretty dope.
Happy Friday, ninjas! We’ve been in recovery mode all week from our three day excursion at Red Rocks for Global Dance Festival, but we feel that it’s finally time to kick it in to gear again. Whether you worked a million hours this week, or you partied too hard like we did, it’s time to get in the dancin’ mood. You know the deal by now. We’ve put together the most party inducing, dancy-ass tracks for your weekend. So download this shit, turn it up, and get going.
Please note if you’ve been suffering from the following symptoms. Do you find your hands trembling as you reach for the dial on the radio every time “Starships” comes on? Do you feel nauseated every time you hear the term “swag?” Do you find yourself involuntarily “swirving” whenever you’re on the road? If, so then you might be suffering from hip-hop withdrawal. The great news for you though, is that J. Cole has just recently come out with “The Cure.”
The Dream Villain just dropped a brand new freestyle over the “Lift Off” beat, originally graced by his boss, Jay-Z, & his running mate, Kanye West, on last year’s excellent Watch The Throne project (If you haven’t listened to that album yet, there’s no hope for you after all). There’s no indication yet from Cole where this one will live, but you’ve gotta hope another mixtape is in the works, otherwise we might end up with the shakes forever.