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Pretty Lights Remixes Denver’s “Country Roads”

Another standard Pretty Lights Remix for '11 a.k.a. fuckin' SHINES!

The next in line for PL’s 2011 remixes goes to a ‘country dub hop’ remix of John Denver’s “Country Road”. With hard hitting wobbles and glitch hop galore, it’s just another standard PL remix… fortunately that standard is faarrr beyond the rest.

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The White Panda · Children of the Lights

Dave Darell’s “Children” vs Ellie Goulding's "Lights"

I think I’ve heard just about enough “Lights” remixes, but I gotta post it when the gettins good. Plus, it’s from the everlicious White Pandas.

This time round they mashup Ellie Goulding’s “Lights” & Dave Darell’s “Children”. I still gotta give first dibs to DOSVEC for mashing up “Children” with One Republic’s “Apologize”, but this still hits very, very hard

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Edition · Inspire

A rightfully titled track.

“Inspire” takes from some of the best sports speeches in film history and sets it against a backdrop of melodic dubstep that’s “inspiring” to say the least. The speeches get a little hokey at times, especially the “Friday Night Lights” speech – I’ve heard too many renditions – but the instrumentals more than make up for ’em.

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Little Star Dweller · Catch a Killer

First single of their upcoming Catch A Killer EP

Little Star Dweller’s “Catch A Killer” sounds like a retro-night club hit, “Roxbury-esque”, gone electro spaced-out. The raps are on key and the backups are top notch – something I’m finding increasingly important in electro/hip-hop nowadays (good backups). My only criticism would have to be those chipmunk chime-ins.. although I am warming up to ’em and maybe like ’em just a lil’.. just a little!

Either way, this trio of electro-nonesense is something with a lotta potential and possibly a forerunner in whatever style you wanna call this – kinda like that Smokey Robotic Superfuturistic sound.

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ill.Gates & Dov Bring the Score-Worthy Drumstep

A bass growling drumstep remix of Greg Rieve's (T.O.B.) "Decoy"

This is why I got into dubstep.. or drumstep.. or whatever you wanna call it. It’s all about pushing what we perceive as music and bringing on new & never before heard sounds.

ill.Gates & Dov’s remix of Greg Rieve’s (T.O.B.) “Decoy” takes in heavy bass growls as its carrier, but touches on high atmospheric scores worthy of a sick soundtrack – maybe something for the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie

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Moufy · Miss Newton

"Don't fade away."

Some of my favorite songs tell a story, often a sad one. Eminem’s “Stan” comes to mind as well as Immortal Technique’s “Dance With The Devil” & “You Never Know.” The topics in these songs are not necessarily uplifting, but instead tell a relatable narrative. They have the power to draw us in and make us share the pain expressed in the song.

Moufy is the latest to tell us a story through his music, using the power of words and melodies to strike a chord with us emotionally. In “Miss Newton,” Moufy depicts a tale about love, alcohol abuse and the resulting consequences of the two. The ending is […]

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Avicii · Don’t Give Up On Us (Enough Is Enough)

An unreleased track feat. Yolanda Selini + a BONUS "Sweet Dreams" remix

Here’s an unreleased Avicii track that I found floating around the blogosphere. I’ve never posted on Avicii before, but I’ve loved some of his shit in the past – hopefully, this gets to that point. I’m warming up to it, at least, but I’m still not feelin the vocals all that much… been bombarded with incredible female vocalists lately.

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DeathStar ·· Ultraviolet Halo

MartyParty & Minnesota go Future Bass

DeathStar consists of the two electro-talents, MartyParty & Minnesota. Their first hit, remixing Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”, was featured on our Rompin Remixes of “Rolling in the Deep” compilation and started the mood off right with their Future Bass sound. Now the two have put out a new Ep, ULTRAVIOLET HALO, which brings a few classics forward and continues that futuristic shyt.

Most notable of the tracks, DeathStar remixes Wiz Khalifia’s “On My Level”. Not really a Khalifia fan, but damn is this hypnotizing, plus there’s a few dirty electro-bursts to boot. But as good as it is, the top pick goes to “Funk Soul” with fat drops from the Slimboy […]

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Best Thing About Turntable.fm Isn’t the DJing/Music

Plus, some good hip-hop from one of my favorite TT rooms

Turntable.fm is a live chat room where music lovers come to share and listen to music together. Rooms can be setup by anyone and consist of 1-5 DJ’s at a time. Topics for each room range from specific genres to music blogs that play just about everything.

The first type of room I got into was dubstep- although, I quickly realized that the crowd and music wasn’t for me. Apparently, I’m not into the “right” kind of dubstep, so I hit up the hip-hop & mashup rooms for a while. As much good music as I’ve found through these rooms, I wasn’t quite connecting with that many people. I started to realize that the best quality in TT.fm wasn’t finding new music, but connecting with […]

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Mashup-Germany · Saxophomental

This ill mashup is so damn saxy... I tried.

With Mashup-Germany’s first instrumental-only mashup, we get a sexay saxophone mixed in with Wolfgang Gartner’s “Illmerica” and Avicii’s “Street Dancer”. And, really, if you put a saxophone up against anything I’m gonna love it – I’m a sucka for the sax.

I do, however, wish the saxophone was distorted or meshed in electro-ly a bit more. At times, it just seems out of the song, like a saxophonist just played to the beat, which could/should appeal, however. Still, love the track and that saxyphone in it.

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