EA Fridays #3

Here’s the third installment of EA Fridays, but these tracks are a little bit more dubby rather than straight electro. Regardless these tracks are great to blast on your speaker, so make sure you check out the “Electronic Anything” room over on Turntable and listen to the other great tracks they play. “The Call (Eyes Remix)” has a very nice and soothing intro before it drops into something astoundingly heavy, making it my song of choice within the group. Listen and download below… Continue reading

Drip Drop – Bangab!tch

Fresh off the Skrillex Bangarang post from yesterday (see here), it wasn’t long after when I heard that Drip Drop was working on a mash that included the track from Skrillex. I thought that it was slightly ambitious to try and work on a mash that had a sample that has just started to get plays, but Drip Drop proved me wrong. In fact, this mashup by Drip Drop may be even better at highlighting the beat, and all because of the vocal samples that he used. Deciding to use Ludacris was a great choice (even though his voice is slightly altered at times). Definitely take a listen and cop this track below… Continue reading

Skrillex – Bangarang

Getting straight to the point on this one, as dinner is almost ready…BUT Skrillex’s new track titled Bangarang is crazy crazy good. Not as fast paced as some of his other stuff (I read that the track is around 110 BPM), but the vibe and the…you know what, I’m just going to shut up and tell you to listen to it. Just plain sick nasty goodContinue reading

Butch Clancy – Pumped Up Kicks Dubstep Remix

So I had heard this song a couple of times, and thought it was pretty dope, but didn’t want to inundate you guys with tons and tons of music that dealt with Foster the People’s Pumped Up Kicks track. Well after being sent this video (thanks Rob) of some guy just making a sick track even more sick, I decided to throw the track up. Prepared to be astounded by the track and the video at the same time. Enjoy… Continue reading


I am utterly speechless when it comes to listening to the nirvana-like music that Cazzette produces. This is some of the gnarliest, most epic, jaw-dropping, etc. music that I have heard in a long time. The effects that Cazzette produces are insanely good, and they put such a unique touch upon the track that Cazzette is altering that it makes the original track about 100x better. Case in point: Adele’s original Set Fire to the Rain is a track that highlights Adele’s vocal ability with a beat that takes a backseat, until the chorus when it strengthens to complement Adele’s singing. However, once Cazzette gets done with his bootleg of the track, he transforms it to an dub house/electro banger that changes tempo regularly to draw you in and get you amped up for the drop at the same time. Literally lost for words on the epicness of this track. DEFINITELY A MUST HEAR AND DOWNLOAD Continue reading

Caution: Insanely bass heavy music provided by DJ Signs

So I’ve heard my fair share of heavy dubstep/heavy electro tracks/heavy bangers, and honestly I love it. Just hearing the barely audible pounding of your neighbors fists against your walls telling you to quiet down, the bass from your subwoofer coursing through your entire room, and seeing the waves rippling across your choice of beverage while your music is playing is a great feeling. And if you’re looking for a new artist to further your escapades into bass heavy tracks, you definitely need to check out DJ Signs. Hailing from the state of Texas (maybe Texas really does it bigger), DJ Signs brings the raw power of various dubstep tracks and mixes them together to create his own monster track. I’m of the belief that dubstep tracks should not be mixed together because they each have their own unique bass signature, but DJ Signs throws that thought out the window real quick. If you don’t like bass-filled, heavy thumping, music bumping tracks then the first track isn’t for you…and neither is the second, or the third. If, however, you want to turn up the bass and impress your entire dorm floor with your system, well DJ Signs can certainly help you in that regard. Listen and download below…
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Zeds Dead – Rumble in the Jungle (Preview)

Feeding off that Reggae style cover of Cris Cab, this preview given to us by Zeds Dead continues with that Tropical style beat. The first 1:30 of the preview doesn’t start off too hard/heavy on the bass except for a minor section around the :30 second mark, which I think is a nice way to ease the listener into the song. I’ve never heard a song begin like this, so it’s a nice change to hear. However after the 1:30 mark, the dubstep that Zeds Dead has become known for is presented to you in full force. My only regret about the song is that it cuts short as soon as I was really getting into the song. Looks like I’ll have to wait for October 4, 2011 for the official release, but that shouldn’t stop you from taking a listen below… Continue reading

Pretty Lights and Traveling Time

I’m going to be traveling overseas today and won’t arrive at my destination til tmrw morning, which means no music posts unless I have some free time at the airport. Sry for that but once I get situated, you can expect some new music from new artists. In the meantime, y’all should enjoy the high quality 320 version of Pretty Light’s “I Know the Truth”. The Bonnaroo video that made the rounds all over the web was posted here, and which left many people dying for the high quality studio version. Well Pretty Lights has finally dropped the track so make sure you cop it below… Continue reading

Krewella – One Minute…One Epic Song

I won’t even say much about this song besides the fact that it’s plain sick. Krewella absolutely killed it with the smooth female vocals, the epic dub drops, and the buildups that just leave you wanting more. I hadn’t heard much from Krewella before, but Krewella has served notice to all that they definitely mean business. You can be sure to expect much more posts about Krewella. In the meantime, here’s “One Minute” and 2 other songs to give you a small, yet necessary, taste of Krewella. Continue reading

Some new Kap; some new tracks; a new week

I’m starting off my Monday afternoon with some new Kap Slap that dropped last night. Could I be more excited? Kap ingeniously mashed together the spoof video “Paper Towels” with some La Roux, Britney Spears, Deadmau5, and Lazy Rich. The result: another great track (which has come to be expected from Kap). At first, I wasn’t too sure of La Roux being paired with that intro beat, but it grew on me after a couple more listens. However, probably my favorite part of the track is the Paper Towels guy. Definitely not something that I expected from Kap, but it works will in both a mashup and comedic way. Also throwing up some tracks (electro, mashups, dubstep) for your listening pleasure. Not too bad of a way to start the week. Continue reading