I.Y.F.F.E. is blowing up quick, and they nail this remix of Krewella‘s track “Killin It”. This Official remix transforms this original Dubstep monster into an out control thrill ride with some hard hitting synths. The sexy vocals of Krewella never stood a chance on this massive tune with flawless vocal edits at all the right times, I.Y.F.F.E. thanks for killin it. Cheers.
Just last month we introduced the chillest of the chill, electro-soul artist Astronauts, etc. and his lush, lulling EP Super Melodic Pulp. Wasting no time, he’s back with a new EP and its lead single “Chemistry,” a gentle and soothing number featuring wonderful falsettos reminiscent of Bon Iver or How To Dress Well.
Astronauts, etc. new Electric Soul System EP will be out later this year.
The Moombah frontrunner Dillon Francis just dropped a funky new tune for us a today. It’s titled “Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up)”. On it he utilizes his classic catchy and grimey synths that go incredibly hard. He also uses a soulful sample that adds to this massive release that will drop on October 30th on Calvin Harris‘ label, but until then enjoy this preview. Cheers.
Dillon Francis Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up) (Preview)
Simply put, Youngblood Hawke has “that sound” to make it into the major leagues. The Los Angeles band’s got enormous, anthemic pop songs that literally beg for arena-sized or radio airplay and a rugged, sun-soaked look that screams ultra cool California chillaxin’. They just dropped this lovely video for their latest single “We Come Running.” Directed by Marc Klasfield (who’s worked with Jay-Z and fun.), it shows the group heading to the Bahamas and swimming with real sharks. Their latest self-titled EP is out now on Universal Republic and they will be hitting the road this Fall with Passion Pit.
Although e-dubble‘s newest single is all about living life on the edge, don’t mistake it for your average party track. The song keeps an uptempo vibe throughout, but once you dig deeper into the lyrics, you’ll realize there’s much more beneath the surface. While on one hand e-dubble relishes his current success as a rapper, he knows that he needs to keep his eyes glued to the future and the road ahead. This leads to such diverse topics as debauchery in Ibiza to the upcoming presidential election, which makes for an interesting concoction overall. If you’re feeling this one, don’t forget to head over to iTunes to show your support. Also make sure to pre-order e-dubble’s upcoming Reset EP, coming soon.
Blossoming from delicate percussion and chiming guitars into a rousing Arcade Fire-like crescendo, “Breakers” is an exciting first taste of Local Natives’ forthcoming sophomore album Hummingbird, which is slated for a January 28th release.
Drum & Bass masterminds, Noisia drops a bangin’ remix of The Prodigy’s track “Smack My Bitch Up”. This time Noisia switches it up with some brain scrambling Dubstep that is sure to have you on the edge of your toes. Flawless drum work throughout this entire tune, and each drop is unique especially the second one that is just mind altering. Enjoy this rip from the Mista Jam show on BBC Radio 1. Cheers.
If you haven’t already, scope the insane music video for the original, by clicking here.Seriously though, prepare yourself.
The Prodigy Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix) at MistaJam 2012