Yo. So since this isn’t really a “dance music” blog, but I know some of you guys are interested in some fr33ky ass jams so I’m just gonna throw up a couple at a time every now and then, and maybe make it a regular thing like Ramz’ dope R&B Sessions. These are just a few tracks I’ve been feeling over the past week or so. Download and tear shit up after the jump, and holla if you think any of these tracks are worthy of an individual post.
First up, Egyptrixx. Dude is phenomenal and signed to the most ridiculously awesome label in the game right now – Night Slugs. Seriously check that name out because they haven’t released anything I haven’t loved. Chrysalis Records is no exception. It’s off his debut album “Bible Eyes,” which the internetz are all atwitter about right now.
Next, we’ve got a remix of one of the biggest staples in electronic music this year. Rusko’s “Hold On,” and the accompanying, massive, Sub Focus remix have been huge. Even fucking Sam Adams jumped on it (anyone else hate that dude?). Oliver Twizt, a Dutch producer, rips it apart here, fitting it with a bouncy synthline and a new lease on life. Shouts to Squeegie on the tip.
Joker, my personal favorite artist in dubstep right about now, just released this last night on twitter. He followed that up by saying he was gonna release his album for free, causing me to hyperventilate for like 15 minutes, but it turns out he was lying. This one is all complex and constantly shifting synths, not surprising coming from him, and excellent all around.
A lot of people have been hating on Daft Punk’s Tron soundtrack after it leaked and turned out to be a soundtrack, not a new Daft Punk album. Haters. I love soundtracks. Anyway, this Breakdown remix of Derezzed should help anyone out who wanted a full dancefloor banger out of the Tron album.
Datsik and Bassnectar are two huge names in dubstep and they just collabbed for “YES,” which is exactly what you’d expect. Bass to your face, heavy drop. I’m getting bored of the style but this one’s still solid and will still get people going buckwild.