August 19, 2015 by Bryan Peace
Whattup everyone! Here’s some new awesome tracks that no one paid me to post! (Thanks for unindexing our blog, Hype Machine.)
So yeah, Hype Machine took us off of their indexing for no reason other than they claim we only make posts that people pay us to put up here. We don’t make any money from this blog and don’t charge anyone to submit (like most blogs do these days). We tried explaining this to Hype Machine but they refused to even acknowledge our emails and just ignored us. Thanks guys. Luv u 2.
A few of our favorite blogs got the same treatment from Hype Machine. I’m not sure what they’re trying to accomplish here but it just seems like they’re shooting themselves in the foot with the amazing press they’re getting from the mad blogs. We got a lot of our traffic from Hype Machine because we posted cool music that people wanted to hear and ‘heart’ on their service. Over the past 7-8 years we’ve even gotten a few tracks to #1 on their popular charts.
But, whatever. We will continue posting in the hopes that you continue checking our blog every now and again.
We love you guys.
August 11, 2015 by Bryan Peace
Our Time is back with their new funky house cut “Ice Cold”! Inspired by the awkward-yet-romantic antics of Chromeo and Daze, the boys have crafted a uniquely French-inspired ode to “that” unattainable woman. Complemented by their signature experimental sound design and pristine production, this should satisfy even the most demanding musical appetites.
August 10, 2015 by Bryan Peace
Autograf is back with another big one. They seem to do no wrong. This time they’re back with an official Griz remix that they’re giving away for free! Download this right now for monster feels and to help get you through the fact that summer’s almost over.
August 7, 2015 by Bryan Peace
Be careful playing this one. Your speakers might catch on fire. Right?!
July 31, 2015 by Bryan Peace
After TYNVN & Crystal Vision posted their bootleg remix of Usher’s ‘Yeah’, Soundcloud said ‘Nope’ and took the track down. Getting a little bummed about spending all that time on making something super ridiculous, they spent some time on Facebook complaining about fair use rights and Soundcloud being bent over by major labels, they decided to just say ‘fuck it’ by hitting the delete key on Usher and re-releasing the track as an original.
July 30, 2015 by Bryan Peace
I don’t really know anything about GLD, as I just discovered them yesterday, but they’re good. Real good. That Mercy remix has me some type of way and their other tracks seal the deal. There’s a bunch more stuff on their soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/gldmusic – so you’ll have a good chunk of new stuff to listen to soon.
July 29, 2015 by Seth Winkler
“Helix 2.0” is a summer anthem, with AObeats, Manila Killa, and Robokid killing it on the production of the song, and Blaise Railey providing the most relevant hooks I’ve heard in a while. Officially out today via iTunes and everywhere else, this song is generation defining. It has that future bass sound but with a pop twist, and lyrics that you could hear any one of your friends casually drop. This is the song that propels your party into its peak. “Helix 2.0” is Moving Castle’s latest hit, and I am with it.
July 29, 2015 by Bryan Peace
LUMBERJVCK and Le Castle Vania could not be better suited to collaborate with each other. Both have built their reputations on taking electronic music into harder and heavier territories. By working together, they seem to have dared each other to go even further down this road.
The ‘You Know My Name’ EP takes a punk rock attitude towards bass music. It delivers emotional melodies, crashing beats, rumbling basslines and tearing synths that leave you ultimately breathless. These tracks are designed to get a crowd hyped and keep them energetic and on their toes.
The sneering vocal and bass sounds of ‘You Know My Name’ are first out of the gate. Then, the funky bending bass and synths of this mid-tempo banger, ‘Numba One’ plants a fist firmly into your solar plexus. ‘Ham Sandwich’ increases the tempo and the funk further, inserting electro vibes as well as a touch of old-school hip-hop swagger into the mix. Finally, LA-based singer/songwriter Mariana Bell delivers a haunting vocal on the anthemic trapstep of closer ‘Carry On’ that lifts the whole release to even greater heights.
Uncompromising, energetic and alarming at times, this release ensures that anyone unfamiliar with Le Castle Vania and LUMBERJVCK before, will certainly KNOW THEIR NAMES after this.
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