Ingrosso’s Refune Records is on quite a role with releases this year. From Alesso‘s Nillionaire/Dynamite EP to Arno Cost‘s single “Lise,” it doesn’t seem like Seb is ready to disappoint anyone just yet. After his incredible remix of “Save The World,” Style Of Eye is back with a brand new single called “We Are Boys.” Already earning support from Swedish House Mafia, this track combines qualities of grungy techno sounds and big room destruction. Definitely a huge crowd pleaser. Pick this one up on Beatport.
Style Of Eye – We Are Boys (Original Mix)
David Guetta & Afrojack – Lunar (Original Mix)
August 19, 2011
House, Music, Techno
Love them or hate them, DJs know that it is almost impossible to go without having a few bootlegs (DJ Tools) to throw around in their sets. We all know how happy crowds get when they hear a song that they’re familiar with being twisted and changed. David Guetta has a new album called “Nothing But The Beat” which is due to be released August 29th and the track “Sunshine” featuring Avicii is on that record. 18 year old producer Dorian Tomasiak from Poland, also known as Pixel Cheese, is the one responsible for this amazing bootleg. It has been getting amazing amounts of plays all over the world and has gotten support from plenty of the big dogs. Look out for this talented young man!
Remember, tonight is the premier of Electrik Playhouse at the legendary Yost Theater. Make sure to say RAW GOODAGE at the door for discounted entry or FREE entry for 21+ before 10:30!
David Guetta & Avicii vs. Laidback Luke – Till Sunshine (Pixel Cheese Bootleg)
Congorock vs. Tommy Trash – The End Is At Babylon (Sharo Bootleg)
Alesso vs. Axwell & Ingrosso – Together Nillionaire (Sebastian Ingrosso Bootleg)
As you may or may not have heard, dubstep giants Nero have just released their first ever full length album. The LP is called “Welcome Reality” and it takes listeners on a wild journey through various genres and emotions. Set to take place 800 years in the future, this modernistic piece of artistry truly sounds the part. The variety of sounds and themes literally make you feel like you are traveling through space. They do a truly amazing job of making the album feel as if you were in an epic film. Though not each and every song is a favorite of mine, the level of skill showcased in their productions still make Nero one of my favorite dubstep groups. These guys have never let me down. I don’t think there are too many originals or remixes of theirs that I haven’t liked or appreciated. Purchase this album on iTunes and check out the full tracklisting and download below!
3. My Eyes
5. Fugue State
6. Me and You
8. In the Way
11. Must Be the Feeling
12. Reaching Out
15. Angst (Deluxe)
16. Welcome Reality VIP (Deluxe)
17. This Way (Deluxe)
18. New Life (Deluxe)
19. Choices (Deluxe)
20. Symphony 2808 (Deluxe)
TO DOWNLOAD THIS ALBUM, CLICK HERE.
August 17, 2011
Dubstep, Electro, Music
As of late, most of my favorite electro house releases have been coming from main man Lazy Rich‘s label Big Fish Recordings. The great thing about Rich is that he gives a lot of up and coming producers a chance to have their stuff put out there. He does a lot of scouting and A&R to find the kids that will be the future of tomorrow. Currently, his label has taken over the Top 10 Electro House Chart on Beatport, occupying all spots with his artists. He exposed Porter Robinson to the world, along with Dirtyrock and Tommy Noble to name a few more. All three of these tracks were released recently on Big Fish and you have probably heard of these producers before. Rabbit Killer, Alex Kidd, and FTampa have been favorites of mine within the genre for some time. Naturally, I am very excited to hear so much good stuff coming from them. Support these artists and more from Big Fish on Beatport.
Rabbit Killer & Farleon – Super Game (Original Mix)
Alex Kidd & King Kornelius – Milk and Cookies (Original Mix)
FTampa & Eric Farias – We Are From Brazil (Original Mix)
August 16, 2011
Music lovers all have one thing in common. The ability to appreciate GOOD music, especially when it doesn’t cost anything. If you haven’t heard of F.O.O.L (Fuck Our Ordinary Lives) from Sweden, hold on to your shorts. The duo which consists of Rasmus Hermansen and Oliver Nilsson have been storming the electro scene, gaining tons of plays and followers on SoundCloud. The best part is that they have released most of their music as FREE downloads! Trashy, hard electro that comes at the affordable price of $Free.99? What’s there not to like? They have another new EP which is being released September 1st on Trashbags, also for free. On a side note, we’d like to add that Pacific Festival was simply amazing! Photos and reviews will be up in a few days, but we hope it’s not too bold to say that we loved Bag Raiders the most. Also, thank you guys for helping us get to 300 fans on Facebook! Let’s keep sharing this page with your friends!
F.O.O.L – We Are (Original Mix)
Afrojack & Steve Aoki – No Beef (Vocal Mix)
New Ivory – A Knight (Modek Remix)
August 14, 2011
Electro, Music, Techno
Two of the biggest names to come out of Russia are back with yet another collaboration. House music tycoons Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa have been making tons of noise over the last year, remixing many tracks and coming out with plenty of originals as well. Each group individually are responsible for some of my favorite tracks, such as “Oh Yeah” and “Together.” When they work as one, the outcome is sure to be electrifying. Their newest EP which features “Smolengrad” was just released on Angello’s SIZE Records. It is already getting extensive support from DJs and music lovers alike, so make sure to pick it up on Beatport. Also, Pacific Festival is TOMORROW! If you haven’t grabbed your tickets yet, do it soon before it’s too late! Stop by and say hi to us! See you all there.
Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Smolengrad (Original Mix)
R3hab & Swanky Tunes ft. Max C – Sending My Love (Original Mix)
Cahill feat. Joel Edwards – In Case I Fall (Kryder Mix)
Luckily, our wait for another deadmau5 release is soon to be over. After being premiered on his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix in Ibiza and later smashing faces at Lollapalooza, “Professional Griefers” is swiftly raiding the blogosphere. This tune showcases how Joel’s tracks have progressed, especially since his last mau5trap release “HR 8938 Cephei” was an 8 minute progressive tune which made most fans feel unsure about the direction of his music. This version is the best one currently available, ripped directly from the BBC show. Stay tuned for release dates and news!
deadmau5 – Professional Griefers
August 11, 2011