[Drumstep] Knife Party – Centipede (VoidDS Deadly Drumstep Remix)

Well “Centipede” some how got even more hectic. Israeli artist VoidDS remixes this already filthy track, by speeding it up and adding some insane Drum work. They also re-arrange some of these wobbles and synths in all the right ways, allowing you to once again fall in love with this massive tune from Knife Party.  Turn up the bass and rage! Cheers.

Knife Party
Centipede (VoidDS DEADLY Drumstep Edit)
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[Hip-Hop] Travi$ Scott – Old English (ft. King Chip)

After landing a feature and a couple of production credits on G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer, Houston’s Travi$ Scott has grabbed the attention of many hip-hop fans. Yesterday, he let loose a self-produced single with the Cleveland rapper King Chip, formerly know as Chip tha Ripper.

On “Old English,” Scott develops a heavy, ominous 808-heavy instrumental layered with a deep and haunting chant that induces a sort of trance for listeners. King Chip gives us a more aggressive verse than we’re used to with the confidence that comes with his new name and Travi$ proves his abilities behind the mic anchoring the track. This cut will be featured on Travi$ Scott’s upcoming project Owl Pharaoh, due out soon.

Travi$ Scott
Old English (Ft. King Chip)
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[Dubstep] Heavyweight – Butterknife (Mitis Remix)

If you haven’t heard of Mitis, now would be an excellent time to start listening. This remix of “Butterknife” by Hevyweight is a serious tune, featuring everything that a Dub head wants in life. High pitch squealing synths meshed with laser infused wobbles that are sure to melt you right into your seat. These vocals never even stood a chance, MitiS features some impressive editing chopping and splicing them at all the right times. This tune should help you get through the majority of your Saturday and definitely have you raging all night long. Cheers.

ButterKnife (MitiS Remix) *Out Now!*
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[Dubstep/Drumstep] Colin Monroe feat. K Flay – Your Eyes (Datsik Remix) + Linkin Park Remix + Juicebox (Original Mix)

BOOM. Three face melting tunes from none other then Datsik. First off we got a heavy remix of Colin Monroe and K Flay’s track “Your Eyes”. The intro features some amazing vocals from Colin mixed with a hard rumbling synth, that builds into a classic Datsik drop. He chops the vocals perfectly while adding some relentless wobbles that hit at all the right times. Finishing it out with the sexy vocals from K Flay that complete this filthy remix. Next is an unexpected remix of none other then Linkin Park that Datsik did for their next album. Giving their track “Until It Breaks” a nasty Drumstep makeover, and once again Datsik nails it. The last track is an Original Mix titled, “Juicebox” and it starts off with some funky synths that reminded me of alot Doctor P’s style. The build has a dark feel to it right before you get smacked in the face with more unforgiving filth from this Dubstep heavyweight. We will keep you posted on the releases of the massive tunes! Cheers.

Colin Munroe ft. K Flay
Your Eyes (Datsik Remix)
Linkin Park
Until it Breaks (Datsik Remix)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #20

Happy fuckin’ Friday, ninjas! Oh shit, it’s about that time to crack open a cold one, uncork the champagne, or twist the lid off your cheap plastic bottle of vodka. No matter what the means are to get you to your legendary weekend status, your clock and this playlist is telling you that it’s time to begin.

Turn up the volume and lace up your dancin’ shoes. #pleasedanceirresponsibly

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Modest Mouse
Float On (Koyote Bootleg) Modest Mouse//Jay Fay//Bro Safari
Disco Fries
Archie & Fareoh
Feathers (Original Mix)
Silhouettes (Disco Fries Remix)
Silver Medallion
Stay Young (GTA Remix)
Chris Brown vs Marcel Woods
Yeah ! (Gianni Marino Jump Edit)
Who Is Ready To Jump (Dzeko & Torres Toronto Remix)
Diamond Rings (Michael Woods Edit)
Jed Harper, Dzeko & Torres
California (FREE DOWNLOAD)
I Rave Human (Stereotronique Potatoes Mashup)
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[MP3 Playlist] Introducing The Trance Dojo


Welcome, Ninjas, to the first installment of the Trance Dojo. All the contributors working behind the scenes on this site revel in being able to introduce readers to snippets of a sonic world that previously may have seemed inexistent to them.

We filter through mass amounts of music to find and bring to you what we all think is the best and most unique, and we do this through our Dojos and everyday posts. The foundation of the ninja experience revolves around this music discovery. The masterful Trap and Chill Dojos help to cover a gap in an area of electronic music that was once missing from this site. This newest Dojo promises to deliver the same thing.

Electro moves the feet, Dubstep filths the faces, and Progressive House basses the heart away. But Trance…Trance reaches into the soul. While listening through this list, trance harmonies will rain down through judgment-free 8-bar patterns to leave no person unloved and no breath untaken. Legendary names like Tiesto and Sander Van Doorn built their early careers by delivering trance anthems to the world. By no means is this a new genre just exploding on to the scene. Ever since breaking out in the early 1990′s the kingdom of trance has been lead by the one, the only… Armin Van Buuren.

Featuring Armin’s newest track, “I’ll Listen,” this playlist shows off a mix of releases from artists available only through Beatport, with a few songs available for free download. From Wezz Devall’s newest release to the masterful New Hero remix we are proud to present to you the very first Trance Dojo. Enjoy.

Wezz Devall
We are the future (Original Mix)
Armin Van Buuren
Ill Listen (Original Mix)
Trancentimental Journey (Original Mix)
The Crusher
Moscow (New Hero Bootleg)

    If that is not enough trance for one day, understandable, then have a listen to Armin Van Buuren’s weekly broadcast A State of Trance Ep. 578. This week’s broadcast was simply amazing.

Armin van Buuren
A State of Trance 578
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[Hip-Hop] MellowHype – Wasabi (ft. Juicy J)

Last night, Odd Future‘s Hodgy Beats hit Twitter with the most recent installment of the awesome #MellowHypeWeek. On “Wasabi,” Hodgy and Left Brain enlist veteran academy award winner Juicy J, whose recent revival has had a noticeable impact on hip-hop’s general direction, to create a minimal, evolving sound. This cut is particularly ratchet in its own strange way serving as yet another strong effort and building anticipation for the October 2nd release date of their upcoming project, Numbers. Check out and download the last couple tracks from the LA-based duo below and have an extra trippy weekend.

Wasabi (Ft. Juicy J)
Greezy (Ft. Domo Genesis)
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