Hailing from Canada, Silas Egan brings the thunder with his song Leopard released on Into The AM Records.Through out all this time I have been listening to EDM, I have never seen such an unknown artist on the production level of a professional musician. These unique blends of melodic, trance-esque breakdowns and filthy complextro drops are definitely blends that will pull you into a dream state then slap you in the face to bring you back to reality. With support from people like Porter Robinson, Darth & Vader, and Dirtyrock, Silas Egan is one to look out for with future releases. Cheers.
What’s up, ninjas? It’s Friday, that’s what’s up. For some of us, it’s the day before a legendary battle with Global Dance Festival. Three days of beats, booze, and monster hikes up those god damn stairs at Red Rocks. For others, it’s just another Friday. Regardless of your plans, you need some tunes to get you going. The summer sun is hot, and the work week is long. Those conditions tend to make you want to chill out, but rethink that for just one second. It’s your weekend, you’ve earned the right to make it a legendary one. So download this playlist, and get after it.
Please dance irresponsibly.
Lick It (3LAU Disco Edit)
Action (3LAU Extended Edit)
B#tch City (3LAU Bootleg)
Clash (Original Mix)
Waiting 4 Nothing Inside (Project 46 Mashup)
Afrojack x Steve Aoki
Rock The Beef House (Bring The Noise Bootleg)
Circles (Original Mix)
Duran Duran vs Nicky Romero & Zroq
Hungry Like WTF (Markus Cole Mashup)
All You Need Is Love (Ezon Bootleg)
Head Trash (Original Mix)
Zedd Spectrum (Eos Remix)
MitiS (a.k.a Joe Torre) is a rising American EDM producer out of Philadelphia, PA who has been absolutely destroying it lately with releases in all genres of electronic music. There Within, classified as Lovestep, is a beautiful combination of chillstep and melodic dubstep, which MitiS released for free recently via soundcloud. The melodic composition of this track coupled with the resounding bassline truly is beautiful. This is dubstep you could play for your mother.
Listen, download, and be sure to check out his soundcloud future releases.
Moonchild has to be one of my favorite and consistent Disco House acts. I love the beats and style Moonchild offers. His remix of Wild Youth is very calming and upbeat at the same time. I love those horn shots! This is just a great Disco House track, If you were to get into Disco House, this track would be a great start. Goldroom also delivers his stellar remix below as well! Listen. LOVE <3 Enjoy!
Wild Youth (Moonchild Remix) (Holographic People)
Wild Youth (Goldroom Remix)
Summertime is the perfect time for some Moombahton. But sometimes as your splendid Summer shindig moves into the twilight and further into the star speckled night time, you want to turn up the ‘rage’ and really get your party-goer’s jumpin’! That is where this ‘Bring The Noise‘ remix of Autoerotique’s WTF comes in. Spicing up the original moomba beat with some added bass and glitch effects! Guaranteed floor filla!
WTF (Bring The Noise Remix)
Romain Nouhi (AKA Sunrom) is an up and coming French chillwave producer whose latest track, ‘Le Sable’, has captured the hearts of the blogosphere. One first listen, it’s easy to see why ‘Le Sable’ is so popular – smooth and elegant synths wash over ethereal vocals, creating an incredible slice of lo-fi chill. If you’ve been missing the likes of Washed Out, Sunrom might be just what your ears need. ‘Le Sable’ is featured on the ‘Cosmos’ EP, out now.
It took me a while to form an opinion on this track. Whenever you see monster collaborations like this, it is only natural to set the bar incredibly high. My initial reaction was that this didn’t quite meet my expectations. After a few listens, though, it has grown on me considerably.
We can’t be too hard on the Doctor’s opening verse considering he has only released a handful of bars in the last decade. On this, he borrows the Boss’s flow and delivers a decent verse. There isn’t much to say about Ross’s contribution, as it was exactly what you would expect. Hov, on the other hand, delivers something special as he anchors the track. While also utilizing the MMG frontman’s fat-rapper style, his lyricism shines all the way through until he goes acapella declaring, “I love this sh*t like my own daughter/spray these [ninjas] baby just like daddy taught ya.” The legendary producer Jake One provides the ideal instrumental and deserves a lot of credit for setting the tone for three hip-hop giants. Rick Ross’s God Forgives, I Don’t hits stores July 31st and will surely be worth a listen.
3 Kings (Ft. Dr. Dre & Jay Z)