First up, Mad Decent’s wunderkind, Dillon Francis, just released a new single titled “I.D.G.A.F.O.S.” and there’s no question that it will blow your mind. This track showcases a lot of his signature sounds and drops but really frames Dillion’s evolution as a producer. If you haven’t figured out what the abbreviation stands for by now, this will help you out. Show this hardworking fellow some love by purchasing his song on Beatport or Itunes.
One trend that never seems to change is the UK’s undying love of bass. Jack Beats never fails to make large tweaks to there quintessential wobble bass and seriously experiment with each sound they use, which is reason enough to love these guys. The “Where You Should Be” remix is another gem from Jack Beats, and definitely my favorite release in a while.
Up next, the force produced by the collision between DallasK, Henry Fong, DJ Nymz, and KillaGraham is absolutely explosive and their stage presence is wholesomely exhilarating, at the very least. DEFEP has been maturing as a group as each artist becomes more and more immersed into the creative and fun world that is EDM. These tracks all stick to a progressive house vibe, but really could be better described as music you can just rage to, enjoy!
Knife Party’s new EP is on the horizon and the very anticipated full release of their Nero’s Crush On You Remix has arrived in full version & quality, giving us a taste of what the EP could hold. Download, and enjoy:
I sometimes wonder if the M in M Machine stands for mystery, because their intentional obscurity is still yet to be broken. Despite that, they have been coming out with some of the hardest hitting, cleanest sounding, and just in general greatest tunes I’ve heard in a long time. Their newest release on OWSLA is nothing short of phenominal and has left me almost completely speechless, enjoy.
Germany’s progressive electro king, TAI is back with a spooky mix full of that fast-paced electro slide n’ grind that we’ve come to love from him. He’s one of the most talented guys in game coming out with slice n’ dice seizure music time and time again blowing us all away with his epic long mixes. This one’s an hour and a half and is very wild, layered with disco bubbles, tribal-sounding drums, and forever that crazy face grater of a synth.
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