Global electronic bass producer, Atropolis, dropped a new video in our laps that is assured to brighten up your mid day. Featuring Lido Pimienta, Reza Por Mi is just the right dose of light, flighty energy visually and sonically to lift your spirits.
Press play, grab yourself a seat, and let the happy vibe commence.
DJ Snake strips British duo AlunaGeorge’s You Know You Like It down to it’s essence. Since dropping Bird Machine earlier this year the Parisian beat maker has released a steady stream of bangers and his remix of You Know You Like It is no exception. There’s something about the 808 + finger snap combination that we just cannot front on.
He deftly balances the more soulful stylings of AlunaGeorge’s sound but still manages to keep it hitting with those trap style drums. FREE DOWNLOAD! Let it bump!
Dev79 has been holding it down in the bass music underground. One half of the label, Seclusiasis (the other half is street bass aficionado Starkey), Dev79′s been busy producing beats for Blok Boyz which can be heard on their newly released EP, Branding a Serious Situation (B.A.S.S.), a hybrid of gully North Philly rap over tripped out sub bass rhythms.
For the occasion, Dev79 dished us this exclusive mix. He says, “It’s not the average club set I usually play and it was a fun mix to cook up.”
Our friends The Dirtyphonics have been on a whirlwind tour all over the world and have looped us in to their (mis)adventures. Through the course of their “Irreverence Tour,” they’ve been documenting their antics with their own webshow. We got to hang with these four guys (miscreants) for a few weeks in April, and take it from us, they’re a group of cool cats to kick it with.
Get a glimpse of their tour life with the latest episode of their show here.
As far as I’m concerned Disclosure & Baauer held the number 1 & 2 spots in 2012′s dance music domination. Could it be the heavyweights have joined forces on a track? It is, friends. It is.
Not for the faint of heart Baauer flips You & Me into a frenzied bass a thon. Dude goes hoooaard. Add a dash of footwork and a pinch of bass and you got yourself a banger. Definitely on some peak hour shit. Much has been written about how footwork might be next in line to blow but honestly a lot of the stuff out there has been a bit too (for lack of a better term) stutter-y for me. That being said, Baauer’s remix isn’t watered down in the least. It’s hitting. But it also just might be reigned in enough to be the gateway …