I've been slackin' yo! Summertime in Colorado has gotten the best of me...too much play, not enough business!
Time to get back on that music grind, and what better way to do that than a bunch of freshly picked tunes for your listening pleasure?
To start things off we have a nice little mellow remix to wet your whistle.
Mellow, down-tempo (ha!), and really enjoyable when listened to.
Now that I have your attention, lets delve into something a bit heavier shall we?
Pure filthy, grimy, deliciousness that kind of reminds me of some Boyz Noise type shit. Wobbles here, wobbles there, wobbles everywhere.
If you're smart, you'll immediately be able to tell which song this one samples. I've always had a thing for that M83 song, and this one blends it in perfectly with a slow beginning. Don't be fooled, things quickly escalate into a deliciously layered bass section that will surely not disappoint.
Ever since I first heard this dude's track "Go Hard" on Skream and Benga's BBC Radio One show, i've been hooked on his unique wobbly sound that nobody else can seem to re-create. This ones slower, but everything comes together perfectly to form a melodic masterpiece that will have you nodding your head in approval.
What would a post be without some new moombahton?
This one goes hard, no doubt about it. As is with any great moombah track, you might find yourself jumping up and down, getting really really really excited.
Now for some tracks that exemplify what everyone seems to be hooked on right now in electronic music: rap, trap, and all dat. This genre's beginning to blow up; many producers are looking to join the party, and with this has come some of the sickest tracks i've heard in quite some time.
You know the original, you know the guy who remixed it. Standard fare, pretty dope!
Not really sure how to produce the name on this artist...but all I know is that this song is straight boss status. Heavy hitting, but not in a dubstep way...more of a "i'm gonna stomp on your face while this track runs through everything" type of way.
A perfect example of taking a simple vocal sample, and making it easily three times as sick. Bouncy synths combined with a trap beat = yes.
Fresh off a Mad-Decent collaborated release on "Jeffree's", Baauer is quickly taking off as one of the newest artists to follow. Trap-influenced, but still keeps it fresh with an individualistic sound...check it out.
Newest release from the duo thats been holding it down in the spotlight ever since their "Original Don" remix. Slower, but easily just as sick, if not more, than many of their other tracks.
Pretty sure this one may have been posted awhile back, but it needed to be done again. This one's far too sick to pass on twice around; Afrojack with the trap? What's not to love? Play this one, and everyone will freak the fuck out. I guarantee it.
Now to introduce someone new to the game...ƱZ
The stuff this guy's producing blends perfectly with the tunes of the time...trapped out and swagged out.
His tracks were originally featured on Mad Decent's SoundCloud RoundUp, but since then he's only grown in popularity. In fact, his brand new EP is about to be released later this month on Mad Decent/Jefree's...check out the preview right hurrrrrrrr:
keep it locked on miamifadecounty...You know you want to.