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The New & Improved Dexter Theme Song

**Unofficially** created by Cazzette

Taking what’s soon to be one of the most classic tv show tunes, Cazzette turns the Dexter’s theme song into one horror-filled, nightmare of electro-ghoulishness. Unfortunately, we’re only privy to the preview, but we’ll update you with the final release when it’s… released.

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Bassnectar · Vava Voom (feat. Lupe Fiasco)

+ Another album on the way this April (goes by the same name)

More drumstep from Bassnectar with Lupe Fiasco fitting right in. A well done track, but I’m kinda moving on from this horror-filled, game theme classic style of dubstep. I wanna hear an MC on this.

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Four80East · Wake & Bake

from the Snoopadelic Files

Found this on Snoop Dogg’s SoundCloud and loved every minute of it. I had no idea who it was at the time, Snoop like too many other SoundClouders didn’t put up the info, but I finally dug it up. What a smooth jazzy, downtempo piece that’s perfect for a good morning sesh. Best way to start your day!

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Ellie Goulding vs Foster the People

"Under the Kicks" Mashup by Alcala

I don’t know how he managed Ellie’s “Under the Sheets” & FTP’s “[Funked] Up Kicks,” but when that chorus hits, shit gets magical. Not sure about the FTP whistles near the end, but ya never know.

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Best Music of 2011 [Recap]

Putting all the best music of 2011 together for you lazy asses

Here’s a collection of all the best of lists for 2011. I gotta admit there’s a lot of remixes & mashes on here, but when you’re working with underground producers, their access to great vocals is limited to well-known acapellas (for the most part). But don’t let that get you down, music snobs, there’s still some find work all over here!

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Eva Simons · I Don’t Like You (Prod. by Zedd)

Progressing pop one female vocalist at at time.

I’m not gonna bullshit around this, I’m not a big fan of Eva Simon’s voice. I can definitely see her doing well on backups, but she lacks the power & personality to be the main act. Thankfully, we get Zedd to bring in some powerful production with that signature breakbeat electro house. If anything, this is just another case of pop progressing past that all too repetitive, outdated EDM. [WAIT FOR IT] (the drop)

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Piece of Mind · Rap Phenomenon

Hip-Hop isn’t dead, it’s just not the most progressive genre anymore. It may not have slowed down, there are many instances of hip-hop’s progression nowadays, but electronic music is far surpassing it in experimentation and pushing the boundaries of music is (whether ya like it or not).

That said, hip-hop still has their classic sound to fall back on to and Piece of Mind does it just right. “Rap Phenomenon” sounds more like a 90’s style of rap, not relying on hard bass or House music to keep it fresh. And until hip-hop starts busting into the online scene, hopefully with the help of SoundCloud where music is progressing faster than ever, keeping with that old school viibe is fine with me.

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Fullhaus · All Rolled Up (Wiz Khalifa & 311 Mashup)

This one's for that spring breeze already kickin' in.

I don’t see enough of my favorite 90’s – early 00’s groups getting mashed, but Fullhaus comes through once again with a solid flowing mix of two. Taking vocals from Wiz Khalifa’s “Rolled Up” & that nostalgic beat from 311’s “Mixed Up,” Fullhaus puts on one clever show. It may be a little difficult for 311 fans to grasp at first, but once you let it start flowing, it’s one smoooooth ride.

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Moore Free Treats From Skrillex

Owsla Presents Free Treats Vol. 2

When Sweet Treats Vol. 1 was released a few months ago as a three track sampler, it seemed more like a single for Skrillex’s track “Needed Change” with a couple extras rather than a compilation. I was sure the idea had died and no more freebies would be released, but then Vol. 2 was just released last week.

Free Treats Vol. 2 is dope. The sampler features over 20 artists on 19 tracks, with contributions from The M Machine, Alvin Risk, Bare Noize, Topher Jones, and a quite a few more. [side note: it sounds like Nick Thayer has finally gotten a proper introduction to OWSLA]. There are too many tracks to dissect them all, but this release is well worth your time to listen to. I think its safe to say we can expect big things from OWSLA in the near future.

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Little Dragon · Little Man (Vindata Remix)

I just gotta point out how gnarly that dude's beard is!

Yukimi Nagano’s voice is truly one of kinda. I hear a hell of a lot of good female vocals everyday, but nothing with the mystique like Yukimi’s.

In Vindata’s remix of “Little Man,” Yukimi’s voice is on another electro level with a lot more fuller sound than the original. The intro also reminds me of The Five One’s cover of “Never Been,” but that might just be me.

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