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Weekly update here, Thanksgiving is over and I’m still eating turkney, nom nom!
First up is an original from Loops Of Fury, a UK based duo, that is bringing grime to the electro scene. I’m really feeling this one, the romantic vocals into a furious drop of bass gets me every time.
Loops Of Fury – I Need
Next up is the Brazillian duo known as Felguk. Their latest release, Bassive, is just has the title sounds, massive bass. Oh yeah, bass!
Felguk – Bassive
Lastly we have someone I’ve had my eye on for awhile and is now springing to the forefronts of edm as we speak. Alvin Risk has been putting out dubstep with a very unique sound to it. Fresh of remixing Earthquakey People and Kill The Noise, he throws out this moombahcore blasta with his signature synth rattling the drop. Be sure to play this one out.
So I meant to post this on Tuesday as it came out, however my computer has been being worked on until today. But I’m back, and I present to you the latest release from OWSLA Records, KILL KILL KILL. Kill The Noise is no new-comer to the EDM scene, however he has reinvented his sound and is putting out next level bass music that will be rattling clubs and festivals for future years to come. The EP is stacked with remixes, including WESTLACNCT favorites Dillon Francis and Koan Sound. It is worth every cent on Beatport so be sure to support the artist by checking out his music. Here are my favorites.
Kill The Noise – She Likes To Party
Kill The Noise –Deal With It
Kill The Noise – Real Life?
Kill The Noise – Deal With It (Koan Sound Remix)
Kill The Noise – Kill The Noise (Dillon Francis Remix)
Today Zedd released his latest single with Dim Mak Records. It is entitled Stars Come Out and is a collaboration with singer Heather Bright. Be sure to give this electro house monster a listen and purchase it on Beatport if you like it!
Disco-rave duo Trumpdisco will be releasing their new EP on Novermber 26th. For the meanwhile they posted two songs to tease us for the next week. So keep an eye out for this release because it is truely next level stuff.
First up, we have the latest from Dillon Francis, I’ve been waiting for this one for a while and it is no disappointment. Francis truly knows how to produce a remix,and good music for that matter. This one is perfect testament to his “Nu Jump Up” era of songs, and as each new song comes out you can see Dillon‘s style progress.
Digitalism – Circles (Dillon Francis Remix)
Next we have a personal favorite artist of mine that I’ve been waiting for a while to post for you all. I was introduced to Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, TEED for short, a little over a year ago, I immediately fell in love with his song Household Goods, and I have been keeping up the Brit ever since, I even met him side stage at Hard Haunted Mansion 2011. Anyway he just put up a free song, this one is definitely a chiller song compared to what I usually post but has a nice dancey feel to it and with Orlando’s soft vocals layered over it makes this one a true favorite.
Last goodie for today is Savoy‘s latest single Kili. The more I listen to it, the more I enjoy it. It has very hard electro sound to it, but a very unique sound that kind of just makes you want to jump up and down and bob your head to the beat. This one should be played at high volumes.
So I could just post all the new Skrillex rips that are floating around the internet, but that wouldn’t be true WESTLACNT style. So instead I give you Skrillex‘s 20 minute mix with Zane Lowe on the famous BBC Radio 1 (BTW most of these rips are from this mix). The track listing is as follows:
1. Skrillex – Cat Rats
2. KOAN Sound – Meanwhile In The Future
3. Skrillex – Syndicate VIP
4. Skrillex – ‘Devil’s Nest’ feat 12th Planet
5. Skrillex & The Doors- Breakin’ A Sweat
6. Skream – Anticipate (feat. Sam Frank)
7. Skrillex – True Gangsters
8. KOAN Sound – The Edge
9. Kill The Noise – Talk To Me
10. Skrillex – Jam Swag Ft. 12th Planet & Kill the Noise
If you haven’t heard this catchy tune by Irish based Indie-Rock band Two Door Cinema Club, then I truly don’t know where you have been the past year. Anyways, Feed Me decided to put his monsterous spin on What You Know and turn it into dirty dubstep. I personally have loved the amount of remixes that have come forth from this song, but I might have to say this is the best one I’ve heard to date, besides the original of course.
I’ve been recently trying to use Monday Goodies to update you on what I haven’t posted in the last week but is still recent and good. This week we have again a broad selection of EDM music, from moombahton to electro to dubstep. Check them out and as always be sure to pump up the volume!
;”>Death Cab For Cutie has been releasing remixes off their upcoming remix EP of Codes and Keys, due out November 21nd. The first was the Cut Copy remix of Doors Unlocked and Open, which is just phenomenal in my opinion.
Death Cab For Cutie – Doors Unlocked and Open (Cut Copy Remix)
RAC has a knack for taking indie songs and pumping them up to sound a little more dancey, so it is no suprise Death Cab for Cutie looked to the Remix Artist Collective to remix the song Boys.
Death Cab For Cutie – Boys (RAC Remix)
Everything Dillon Francis touches turns to pure gold. This remix is no different. Dillon put his moombah-electro “Nu Jump Up” feel on the indie soon to be hit and the outcome is calmness and bliss into party and bass.
Death Cab For Cutie – Underneath the Sycamore (Dillon Francis Remix)
Keep an eye out for Death Cab‘s new album to be released on November 22nd, and keep up with the artist in the meanwhile follow them on Facebook & SoundCloud
NYC based Gentlemen Thieves has just put out their first song off of their forthcoming EP. It starts out with some guitar chords and picks up pace into a fidgety electro bassline that has become so common, yet I can’t get enough of it. Check it out!
With a tenacity for success and a desire to provide the soundtrack to your weekend nights, Ryan Rankin harnesses his maturing musical tastes into quality productions with depth and passion. Hailing from Newport Beach, CA, he draws influence from a feel-good optimism that was spawned through his experiences surfing in the Pacific and his well-qualified sponsorship by RVCA, supporting him as an artist. You may remember him from this year’s Pacific Festival or from The Dirt #50 that I featured him in a couple of weeks ago. Rankin is a producer/DJ that you should definitely keep an eye out for, as he is in the infancy of his career and will undoubtedly establish himself further in dance music, especially with his own record label in the works, Slay Dem Recordings, which he is starting with his parter in crime, FUSS. He has given GDD™ an exclusive release on his brand new tune, “Geisha Girl,” and I highly recommend you download the excellent melodic dubstep that I’ve been enjoying all week.
I’ve been waiting for this day since I first hearth Turn It Down this summer. Dylan Eiland, better known as Le Castle Vania, remixed Kaskade‘s song and the result is uplifting Kaskade melodies and vocals dropped into a faster paced electro house bassline, I consider this to be one of Le Castle Vania‘s lighter songs but nonetheless I’ll definitely be playing this one out.
Kaskade – Turn It Down (Le Castle Vania Remix)
Also, Le Castle Vania will be coming to Hollywood’s favorite Friday night club, Control @ the Avalon, on December 16th along with Spencer & Hill, and DallasK. Be sure to make it out to this one, I promise it will be a show to remember. Get tickets here while they are still cheap!
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