Krewella has no shame. This trio has been killing it this passed year, and recently switching it up a little with their most recent Drum & Bass single titled, “Come & Get It”. This mix has everything from Original work to insane remixes from, DotEXE, Mutrix, Candyland and many more.
They drop a massive DNB section featuring tunes from Skrillex & Nero, Sky Kidx, SPL, Pegboard Nerds, DANK, Sub Focus & Alpines, Bassnectar and their single “Come & Get It”. The song they stood out during this section was most definitely the remix of The Bloody Beetroots track “Rocksteady” from Shy Kidx.
Before you know it they flawlessly transition into an intense Moombah/Electro section, with brain scrambling tunes from Nadastrom, Mutix, Knife Party, Diplo, Milo & Otis, and Delta Heavy. Plus make sure not to miss Mutrix‘s remix of Krewella‘s track “Killin It”, it’s off the chain. The rest of the mix is chop full of mind altering tuneage that is sure have you raging face. Enjoy the free download, and make sure to get your tickets to see them at a venue near you by, clicking here.
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As hard as it is to believe, indie pop outfit Carousel seems to improve with each and every song they unleash upon the world. Their newest track, “Stay Awake,” really does a great job of portraying the different emotions that you would run through in any unintentional all-nighter, from the thrills of unlimited possibilities to the struggles of just keeping your eyes open. While the dreamy vocals may initially leave you more sleepy-eyed than before you pressed play, you’ll find yourself hanging onto each and every word through this infectious tune. Before you know it, half the night will be gone while you keep this one on repeat. Make sure to look for Carousel’s new EP, dropping sometime in 2013.
While on vacation in Reykjavik last week, I wandered through a number of bookstores and record stores (yes! those still exist, thankfully) and noticed Tilbury‘s CDs on a lot of shelves. And on both my flights they were one of the featured “Icelandic Artists”. So naturally, I took a listen to their debut album Exorcise, and man, was I pleasantly surprised. The band, formed back in 2010, is a “supergroup” of sorts that makes really beautiful and light folk/indie pop. Their music is so airy, sweet and smooth — it’s what I’d imagine clouds would sound like if they could play instruments — it’s nearly impossible not to enjoy. Give it a whirl below and tell me you’re not charmed.
Tilbury’s Exorcise is out now. Show them some love on Facebook.
This week marked the anniversary of one of the best things to ever happen to America. Prohibition ended on December 5th, 1933, and we’ve had decades of good times since. Well, let’s face it, people were still having a good time during prohibition. It just happened to be very illegal. Anyways, in celebration of this achievement in American society, we’re dedicating this post to booze. Cheers to you.
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Your Body (Tune In Crew Remix)
Dancing The Night Out (Bee Gees vs. Martin Solveig) (lobsterdust mashup)
That Thong (MILLERTIMEs Victorias Secret Edit)
Savoy & The Knocks
Devils on Horseback x Brightside (Savoy Bootleg)
Showtek & Justin Prime
Cannonball (Carnage & Victor Niglio Festival Trap Remix)
Fyor & Knight Crime
Hybrid (Original Mix)
CHRIZZ LUVLY REMIX (JUSTICE
WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS)
Dannic vs Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa
I Wanna Be Your Flare (Elive Bootleg)
Cannonball Silhouettes (broz bootleg) (Avicii x Showtek & Justin Prime)
Baby Come Back
2012 seems to be a good year for soundtracks, with Quentin Tarantino’s latest picture, Django Unchained, now adding a few solid contenders over the past few weeks. The latest single, featuring the always excellent John Legend, seems to be a departure from his traditional style of music, but that isn’t to say he doesn’t fit right in with the track’s atmosphere. Indeed, Legend’s soulful vocal are the perfect choice for this Western theme, as he’s able to accurately convey the sense of determination and malice running through the hero’s mind. If you like this new anthem, make sure to look for it again when you watch the film on the big screen on Christmas Day, with the soundtrack dropping a week earlier on the 18th.
Who Did That To You.mp3
Ramona Gonzalez, aka Nite Jewel, has been making her brand of lo-fi electronica for a few years now, with her latest album called One Second Of Love being released back in March to many critics’ praise. Here the Los Angeles artist tackles the disco-esque Michael Jackson track “P.Y.T.” (Pretty Young Thing), taking it down a couple of notches and setting it to a much more lax, drawn-out pace. It’s got solid ’80s vibes, but it’s the syrupy stride that gives it some real late-night sensuality, making it the perfect sizzling slow jam.
P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
One Second Of Love is out via Secretly Canadian.
Our dreams have come true. Three of the most prolific artists of their corresponding genres have come together for a beat too fresh not to check out. Jack Beats commissions the popular indie hip/hop duo Chiddy Bang and Foreign Beggars’ OV for a few energetic verses wrapped around a bouncy Juggernaut production. “About to Get Fresh” is a beat-based track, much what you would expect from Plus One and Beni G.
About to Get Fresh Ft. Chiddy Bang & OV
JACK BEATS’ “About to Get Fresh” will be released December 9 via OWSLA.