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Coyote Kisses · Jedi Theme (Star Wars Remix)

Doin justice to John Williams' epic Star Wars score

This is what I love so much about these carpet munchers! They don’t have to rely on remixes to take em to the top, but when they do, it’s fresh as fuck. No Lil Wayne, Ludacris, or pop hip-hop remixes here, the Coyotes go for glory in an all out remix of the epic Star Wars theme.

It’s no easy task remixing a classic like this, but instead of making it a HELLA grimey bass driven beat with drops galore, the two take in everything I love about glitch, dubstep and whatever the hell else and do justice to the force… but what I love most, it gets better and better as it goes along, right up to the end!

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Best Music of 2011 (Part 5) : Electronica

with a dash of dubstep sprinkled on because we love that bass face

Other than the Mixes & Mashes, 2011 was the year of Electro Music here on SNG. It all started out through our transition with hip-hop. I remember thinking to myself that we needed more uptempo, dance type music. A year later and the majority of the site is just that. As much as we need to hop back on the hip-hop wagon, this electro ride has been one of our favorites!

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Yelawolf · Growin’ Up in the Gutter (Remix)

Kill The Noise puts some dirty-nasty to these Yela rhymes.

I was just listening to a dubstep remix of Queen and bitching about how dirty drops just don’t work for a lot of remixes (Queen being at the top of the list). But where there’s a lot that don’t work, there are some that do.

In Kill The Noise’s remix of “Growin Up in the Gutter,” Yelawolf’s raps fit just so fuckin nicely with dirty, dirtay drops. Rap is one of the few places dubstep can really spread its devilish wings and get dirty with it.

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Passion Pit · Sleepyhead (Abstrack Remix)

A taste of the more tranquil side of dubstep.

I have to be totally honest with errbody. It’s not often that I find remixes that I like. I almost literally rip my hair out when I hear one – in fact, my roommate has often scolded me for yelling at my speakers – “THOSE LYRICS DON’T GO THERE. THEY DON’T EVEN FIT.”

But I couldn’t resist enjoying this one. It’s probably just because Passion Pit’s the shit, but still […]

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JAYBeatz · Dirty Diana (Mashup)

featuring The Weeknd & Michael Jackson

Any Weeknd mixer/masher should be all over this. Combining an artist with potential that hasn’t been seen since MJ, as well as the legend himself, makes for one dirty mashup.

JAYBeatz is the first on deck with a “Dirty Diana” collision that carries the two well, but doesn’t live up to what I’d think combining these two would bring. At times, I can barely tell MJ from The Weeknd, JAYBeatz plays off the two nicely, but also doesn’t bring anything spine-tingling to the mix, like his Weeknd/Drake mash. Still like the direction and the ideas he’s bringing, can’t wait for more.

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fuckmylife aka Deadmau5 · Xmas Stuff

featuring those beaut.a.ful Kaskade vocals from "I Remember"

A nice little Xmas treat from fuckmylife aka Joel Zimmerman aka Deadmau5. I like how these EDM stars are getting more into downtempo and Joel’s retake of “I Remember” relaxes it even more with a simple, light-hearted beat. Who’s up for an album like this

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Best Music of 2011 (Part 3) : Dubstep Remixes

The year that gorgeous vocals got turned onto that wobble

Dubstep remixes were dominated by b.e.a.utiful vocals this year…. Or maybe it’s just I’m obsessed with these beauts mixed with dirty, dirtay dubstep. Either way, this style has ruled SNG for the last half of the year and hope it rules for many months into next.

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The Crystal Method · Make Some Noise (Put ’em Up)

featuring Yelawolf sounding a hell of a lot like Zack de la Rocha

The Crystal Method got a chance to collaborate with Yelawolf for the movie Reel Steal. I was excited to see the movie before, now I can’t wait to hear the full soundtrack, as well. In the duo’s collab song, “Make Some Noise (Put ’em Up),” Yela sounds a hell of a lot like Zack de la Rock from Rage Against the Machine and The Crystal Method beat isn’t far off either. Whatever it is, I’m lovin em together. Dudes should definitely think about a more legit collab in the future.

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Kap Slap · Resurrect Paradise

Cobra Starship x Axwell x Coldplay Mashup

Kap Slap is one of the most consistent mashers of the year. He takes such mainstreamers & mashes ’em up, fresh as new.

In his latest, “Resurrect Paradise” intros with a lil Busta, but gets into the good stuff with Coldplay’s “Paradise” (Fedde le Grande Remix) and that “You Make Me Feel” chorus that get’s stuck in my head every damn time I listen to it “La La La La La.” And it’s all backed by Michael Calfan’s “Resurrection” (Axwell’s Re-Cut Club Version), which takes it all to another level.

This couldn’t have come at a better time, just about to get out a Dance Remix Mixtape up in this biatch!

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Flight Facilities · Crave You (Remix)

Remixed by Michael Brun, Paris FZ and Simo T

This is no epic dubstep remix of “Crave You,” but funkedout electro fits Giselle’s voice quite well. The beat is right on pace with hers and brings a whole new flavor to Flight Facilities’ classic. Props to Michael Brun, Paris FZ & Simo T for getting together and bringing this to light.

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