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Skai Nine · Crystallize

As beautiful as it is reminiscing.

Damn, do I miss that downtempo melodicness. I’ve been too wrapped up in heavy bass drops & progressive house highs to sit back & tune out to the calmer beats.

Skai Nine’s “Crystalize” may not be music to fall asleep to, but it’s one reflective tune, in the least. Especially love the synth melody on this, it’s as beautiful as it is reminiscing.

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The Weeknd · Same Old Song (Remix)

Paper Diamond throws in some bass with attitude

Paper Diamond hops on as another Weeknd remixer and remakes “Same Old Song” with finely cut bass that rolls over those signature Weeknd vocals. Wasn’t all that much of a fan of the original, but Paper Diamond throws in that mind-numbing bass that gets me every.damn.time.

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Swordfight · We Will Never Know

From the bassed-out minds of Sugarpill & ChrisB.

Sugarpill & ChrisB. team up as Swordfight to bring us a fine mix of lazer-crunk madness and soothing, bass-filled melodies. This’ll be a part of the Disciples of Headtron: Vol. I mixtape, which takes all the West Coast crunkers and compiles ’em for fine tuning. Let’s just say if they’re all as basstastic as this, I’ll be fiending fo more!

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Spoonhead · GlitchHopapotomus

Remixing Flight of the Conchords with lazer-crunk & glitch bass

This sure as hell doesn’t need those funny as rhymers who go by the Flight of the Conchords, but it sure makes for good comic relief. Spoonhead’s glitched-out remix of “Hiphoppotamus vs. Rhymenocerous” is one heeavvvvvvy lazer-crunk beat with supporting vocals from Jermaine & Bret.

“They call me the Hiphopopotamus, my lyrics are bottomless….”

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Sunday Girl · Love U More (RAC Mix)

RAC City, bitch.

The Remix Artists Collective (RAC) are by no means new to the remix scene.  They have been an anomaly for the past few years, dropping consistently solid mixes to already well-known and loved songs.  However, they have flown pretty under the radar as far as blogs go, and credit is finally due. Where 2011 was a year of glitchy beats, neon and heavy bass drops, I foresee 2012 as a year fueled by minimalism, the all-powerful synth… and hopefully – for my skin-tone’s sake – less neon and more pastels.

In the past few months, RAC has dropped some arguably better-than-original remixes.  In my current favorite, “Love U More” by Sunday Girl, they did so by removing the unnecessarily heady house music-feel and cranking up the classic snyth-pop vibe, which gives the song a much less “epic” and more endearing, simple feel. While I can’t say I’m not a fan of the […]

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Amtrac · Morning

Bringing EDM to the world of lo-fi electropop.

Genres are boring. Artists don’t want to be categorized and quantified, it makes their music seem un-original, like its just another part of the whole scene. Some artists fail miserably in their attempts to diversify their sound, while others burst into a new scene with more force than we’ve seen in years.

Amtrac, aka Caleb Cornett, is a 24 year old musician from Kentucky, USA. His unique blend of all the best elements of electro, house, pop, dubstep, hip-hop and just about any sound he feels like using, it seems, makes him a standout from other producers who are still spitting out the same old song over and over. Reminiscent of parties at your friend’s house in high school, 2 AM, everyone is too drunk or high to rage, Amtrac’s songs are lively and funky, but don’t pound your head with a 4-to-the-floor hammer beat.

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Notixx : 8-bit Bass Music Destruction

Drumstep for the high energy EDM fans

Today we have some heavy melodic bass music for your ears. Now I know that not everybody loves their electronic tumes filthy and destructive, I assure you that the boys from Notixx have a keen sense for melody and a knack for making the most begrimed beats sound so fresh and so clean. With a soundcloud full of free tunes and a affection for making some seriously dirty music in several different styles, Notixx is definitely worth checking out […]

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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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