Hey, hey hey; looking for something to do tonight? Oh boy do we have just the thing for you!! You know that guy we’re always posting about, Jack Deezl? Well his brand new, debut EP came out today, and in celebration, there’s a huge party goin’ on!! [By the way, we have a huge exclusive interview with Jack Deezl about his new EP coming out tomorrow, so be sure to check back for that!!] Anyway, the party’s presented by Drunk’n Antics and is called the Party on Diamond II and features Jack Deezl atop a lineup of other names featuring DJ Desu, DJ Dayo, ScrapsMagee and yes, even more DJ’s. It all kicks off tonight at 10 PM too, so you know it’s gonna be goin’ late. Jack Deezl will also be sellin’ hard copies of his new Unrest EP at the party!! We’ve got a couple songs from the boys and… oh… here’s that address: 1905 West Diamond Street, Philadelphia, PA. But hey, why don’t you just check out the event page? See you there!
Recently Zedd announced a remix contest on Beatportfor his single “Spectrum”. So I was flipping through the entries, and among a few familiar names was a remix by this guy, Silent H!. We’ve featured a few of his songs, including his “Tracks from the Future” Mix and single “B-Side”. So, I picked this one out, because: 1) it was a familiar name, but also 2) this is one heck of a remix. Silent H! has twisted “Spectrum” into a dubby kinda glitch-hop remix, with a lot of grimy bass. Definitely on par with more of a dubstep than a house vibe, but still not a typical dubstep sound. This is certainly a really cool track from Silent H!, I’d like to see this one win. So give it a listen, and toss him your HERE vote if you like whatcha hear!
Alright, so let’s take a gear shift down from some big names and focus on a really talented up and comer. Check out this due Traxione, a small Texas dubstep producer who packs all his tracks just oh so full of filth. His latest release “Daedra Heart” is a perfect example. Give this one a listen, and I’m sure you’ll see what we’re talking about. I’m sure you’ll be hearing more from this guy, both from us and just in general. For now, just kick up those subs and let the bass wash over you. Enjoy!
Alright, so everyone loves a new one from Dillon Francis. This guy’s great for the same reasons as Diplo, such great diversity in style; so it’s not hard to see why Mad Decent was quick to pick him up. Dillon’s done dubstep, house, moombahton, trap, and pretty much everything in between. Today, we’ve got a moombahcore-ish, dubby track for you. Tough to say what this one really is, but it’s definitely an enjoyable tune, which is something you can always expect from the LA producer. Go ahead and give it a listen.
If you’ve been into the EDM scene for a while, then you appreciate just how massive a name Dieselboy is. Over the past year or so he’s been assembling quite the team on his Subhuman Recordslabel, including BARE, Hulk, Mark Instinct, Numbernin6 and Smash Gordon. This new track “W.F.M.D.” is actually a collaboration with BARE, and oh, what a track it is. Just like you would expect from these guys, this track hits hard, and it smashes soundsystems. Subhuman Records artists are always twisting a ton of grime into their music, and that’s what we love about them. This new one’s no deviation from that path to success. Enjoy!
Tonight is the first evening of Sex Cult‘s monthly Philly invasion at The Barbary. The event will be happening the last Thursday of every month. Each time, Sex Cult will be bringing a different combination of producers to play at The Barbary, to maintain the same show, but also to have some diversity in the show. This month we’ve got Designer Drugs, PLS DNT STP, Skitsnygg and special Actual RecordsDJ, DJ Ruxbin. If you’re headed out to Kaskade, I’m sure this will be going on much later, so feel free to stop by after! And if not, be sure to check out THE AFTERPARTY!! I’ll see all those beautiful faces tonight, peace!F
Getter‘s been dishing out the grime for quite a while now from his home base in San Jose. If you’ve been following us for a while, then he shouldn’t be an unfamiliar name. In case he is though, this new release, the Psycho EP, should be a pretty darn introduction to what Getter can do. The EP was just released two days ago, although all we have are previews of the tracks. Nonetheless, these previews still pack plenty of a bunch. If you want all Getter can give, then head over to Beatport to download these tracks. The first two, “Ill Shit” and “Deadly”, are full of complete grime; then “Wizard Flex” brings in some more screechy treble and a wonky feel that kind of reminds me of Eptic; and finally, the last and title track, “Psycho”, is a dope grime hip-hop collab with rapper Inja, once again bringing back the really filthy bass. Plus when you actually purchase the EP, you also get a fifth track, a Liquid Stranger remix of “Ill Shit”. So much goodness. Getter KILLIN’ IT!! Enjoy!
Cry Wolf is an up and coming production/drummer duo from North Carolina. They caught my eye (or maybe I should say ear), a couple months ago, sometime back in the Winter. Ever since, I’ve been a huge fan. The two put together an interesting and unique EDM sound that’s consistently blended with elements of downtempo and deep glitch. This new one, however, is a moombahcore remix of Major Lazer‘s hit track, “Get Free”. This one still has some really crunchy, scratched out bass like a lot of their music. Just give it a listen and you’ll see.
I first heard of Lucky Date back when I saw him on The X Tour opening for Excision. I showed up early to the show to catch Liquid Stranger and then Lucky Date, and was quite pleasantly surprised. Liquid Stranger brought the house down with some grimy dubstep to warm us up for Excision, but then Lucky Date came up and start melting the speakers with some dirty, dirty house. This new bootleg remix from Lucky Date shows off just that: his amazing ability to produce and throw down a filthy house track. Check it out.
Alright, so two weeks ago I posted about a local Philly producer playing at a nearby show: Architekt. I’d been dying to see him in action after hearing a few of his tracks about a year back; so I packed up my shit and headed out to check out Architekt in action (besides, he was playing alongside Jack Deezl). To my great pleasure, Architekt absolutely tore down the roof that night. This dude has some of the most quality production of a lot of local DJ’s and this one is no exception to that rule. I’m diggin’ this remix so much, and on so many levels. It’s great to hear a new one from Architekt, and I can’t wait to catch him in action again.
I’m throwin’ this one in as a bonus, just because I’m so happy to see Architekt back on the map. Oh, and because it’s also extremely filthy. This one’s from a couple weeks ago, an original track called “Array”. Enjoy!