For their latest release, Moments of Darkness enlisted Lisa Fitzgibbon to add some vocals and acoustic guitar to their rolling Drum and Bass beat. MOD also threw in their massive dubstep remix of their track, for those who wanted more womps. Also included in the release, is the rework Tim Besamusca gave to “Feel My Heart.” All these tracks have something that make them great so you should definitely give them each a listen. And all these tracks are available through Urban Sickness Audio…. Enjoy
Moments of Darkness – Feel My Heart (MOD’s Dubstep Mix)
Moments of Darkness – Feel My Heart (Tim Besamusca Remix)
Dirty South kills it on another track, this time remixing Miike Snow’s “Devil’s Work.” They leave the vocals from Miike Snow, and then Dirty South adds a smooth piano line to it that just builds to into an epic beat with loads of bass and crazy synths. This track definitely deserves a listen and you can buy it here.
So I know it Saturday but for this weeks installment of Timesflies Tuesday, Cal and Rez do a remix Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit song, Call Me Maybe. Rez takes the beat and give it a electro spin, while Cal completely kills it on the freestyle. Give it a listen…
Oh and in the description on youtube, the put a phone number for 973 area code and with this video at over 500000 views I feel bad for who ever that is…
I saw the promo video for this track last month and instantly got pumped for Clinton Sparks’ MyAwesomeMixtape3, which should be out soon. Clinton took the 90′s classic and gave it an electro up do. Giving the track a crazy electro drop and keeping the tempo real up beat tempo that will work any rave or club/party. Do yourself a favor and download this track and throw it on you playlist to rage to this weekend… Enjoy
Its been a while since I’ve heard anything new from Na Palm, I didnt really think his last album Late at Night was all that great. But now he’s back with his latest track where he throws down some bars over the collab from Skrillex and The Doors “Breakn’ A Sweat.” Usually when someone tries to rap over dubstep is takes away from the track, but Na Palm does a good job not to do that and just flows over it. Give this one a listen and enjoy..
Sex Ray Vision has been putting in some serious work this year, with releasing two major projects in as many months. Last month he released the Relax EP which featured all original tracks and now he’s back with an album of mashups. Primary Colors is a 12 track album, that features 8 unheard songs and has samples from Swedish House Mafia, Hardwell, Childish Gambino, Tiesto, and 20 others. Give this a listen and you would be a fool if you didnt download the entire Primary Colors which you can do below..
With having a broken leg Im not able to drive so I dont listen to the radio that much but last week I was in Florida and was in a car quite a bit and heard this original way to many times. At first I was fine with Justin Bieber trying to rap but him saying swag 1000 times got old. So when I got home and saw that Mike Stud decided to take a crack at it, I was excited to see what he could do with the track. He showed some serious versatility and totally killed the song. Give it a listen and make sure you hit Mike Stud up on Facebook.
Here’s the latest mash up from Basic Physics, featuring samples from Kanye West and Chris Luvly, as well as the extremely popular vocal samples of Jessie J and Carly Rae Jepsen. Bsmoothicles and I were talking about this the other day, how every dj/producer have been pushing out songs that sample/remix “Call Me Maybe” which makes sense since girls love it so much and a bunch of guys secretly love it. But any way Basic Physics puts out a banger of a track (as always) which Im sure will help get any party going. So check it out and enjoy…
Heres a new one by Nicky Romero. Nicky is currently in the studio working over the final mixing and mastering for his first release, “WTF” on his label. This one has made its way to the web in anticipation of the new release and from the sounds of it, he’s trying to melt some faces. Rather than waste time trying to describe the pounding electro feel to this track, we’ll just go ahead and take a listen.