Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Downlink and Ale Fillman (Dubstep)

 Ale Fillman and Downlink release ‘Uncut’ and ‘Press Go’ remixed, two Dubstep bangers bleeding with meticulous detail and sound, powerful with monster basslines and keen drum work. ‘Uncut’ has hip hop swagger, a lush snare and deep fluctuating bass, edgy and provoking, peppered with amen breaks and glitchy kicks. ‘Press Go’ Downlink’s Short Circuit remix seduces with the original eerie synth melody, the Speak and Spell sample and new zealous affects dropping into a massive assault of wobbles and rumbling bass. With positive feedback and spins from high profile DJs in the Dubstep community this release debuts a taste of pure ruckus, results from a deadly collaboration. 

♫ Uncut - Downlink and Ale Fillman


Sunday, October 31, 2010

I Feel So Shit

Thank you Tim Bartlett for the pic
You need songs like these on a Sunday...My head hurts so fucking much after falling down some stairs last night. However, these tracks make it all feel like a dream.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Penguin Prison

Penguin Prison, "Something I'm Not" from Neon Gold Records on Vimeo.

Go Outside

Cults’ music is a throwback, an enigma, sunny and soulful, something you might hear in San Francisco in the seventies, if you flipped through Joan Didion’s “Slouching Towards Bethlehem” really fast, if you stood for a while, maybe waiting for someone important, in front of a street glockenspiel player, and then gave the guy some cash when your lover didn’t show. You would walk home whistling that little glockenspiel line. You would think about driving somewhere far away, whose car you could borrow, who you would bring with you. When you got home you’d open all the windows and write a sad song with lots of echoey guitar, record the paranoid ramblings of some televangelist off your TV, sing/sigh some moody lyrics. That song would be “Go Outside.”
When you wrote “Most Wanted” you had to throw yourself back even more. It seemed like it would only fit in a dance hall. You would have to do a little dance with your hands on your hips. You would have to find someone to play upright bass. All your friends would come and dance with each other like high schoolers, never looking in each other’s eyes.

Bob Dylan Cover

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


I am going to break this down for you guys in plain and simple words. This is the best dirty dutch tune I have heard since Afrojack came out with “Take Over Control” <<(Still better).

Double Vision (Sidney Samson Remix) - 3OH!3

I Feel Alive

Miami big-shot Erick Morillo teams up with Markus Binapfl aka “BIG WORLD” to create this sensual track. I love the piano build up and great synths.

DJ MAG: Top 100 Results

DJ Mag’s Top 100 results were due out Wednesday but ended up getting leaked a few days early due to poor site security. It’s more or less my bucket list of performers to see. I have a lot of work to do and hope I can check them all out before my ear drums explode.
Armin reigns supreme again for the fourth year in a row. You can tell it’s been a great year for house music with new entries such as Afrojack, SHM, Avicii, Wolfgang, Dada Life, and Calvin Harris. What’s everyone think?

1. Armin van Buuren (non-mover)
2. David Guetta (up 1)
3. Tiesto (down 1)
4. Deadmau5 (up 2)
5. Above & Beyond (down 1)
6. Paul van Dyk (down 1)
7. Gareth Emery (up 2)
8. Markus Schulz (non-mover)
9. Ferry Corsten (down 2)
10. Axwell (up 4)

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Barbra Streisand (The truth about the song)

Don't get me wrong when i refer to Duck Sauce as copycats (they do make some hectic songs) but their hit song 
"Barbra Streisand" is basically a copy of this hit classic "Gotta Go Home - Boney M" (I prefer the original...decide for yourself)

Gotta Go Home - Boney M

Let's Go Crazy Tonight (Acoustic)

Awesome acoustic track for your DDM infested ears!!

"Gotta Get Dubbed"

^Eric Johnansson^

*THANKYOU KANE* Awesome new hit from Skrillex and his new Album "Scary Monsters and Nice Spirits"

Rock N Roll (Will Take You To The Mountains) - Skrillex