Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Here's the music video for Radical Something's song "Come With Me." The laid-back feel of the music video goes perfectly with the song's vocals. Check it out above, and be on the lookout for Radical Something's debut LP We Are Nothing, which should be out sometime in September.
Paul Basic is signed under the Pretty Lights Music Record Label, and he is a Colorado native just like Derek Vincent Smith. He and Pretty Lights have very similar music styles, which is fine by me, since Pretty Lights is one of my favorite artists out right now. Paul Basic did a sick remix of the old classic "Day Dream" by Wallace Collection. You can head on over here to check out a bio about Paul Basic.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Safari Disco Club (Xaphoon's Remix MEGA EDIT) by Xaphoon Jones
Monday, August 29, 2011
Saturday, August 27, 2011
58 DEGREES by TigranMiMoSA
2 Soul 4 Your Mom by D.VELOPED
Friday, August 26, 2011
Here's a sick recap video of Pretty Lights putting on an awesome show at The Fillmore in his home state of Colorado. That show must have been epic. You can download the song playing in the video below.
Pretty Lights vs. Led Zeppelin by Elice M
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Here's the music video for Matt & Kim's song "I'm a Goner" with Soulja Boy and Andrew W.K. It's a really strange video, check it out for yourselves above.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
I found this song by Sam Paginini while browsing through soundcloud today that's great for studying to. It's kind of techno-trance and perfect to listen to when you want to hear something soothing that doesn't have any words.
Global Communication - 14,31 (Sam Paganini Bootleg Pitch Edit) by Sam Paganini
Kick Us Out:
Download the full mixtape here.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Here's the video for Skrillex's song "First of the Year" it starts out really sketchy showing a strange pedophile following a little girl around. About halfway through the video takes a drastic turn and the little girl starts controlling the pedophile. Check it out for yourselves above.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
This is the new music video for Bon Iver's song, "Holocene". If I had to pick my favorite song from his album, this would probably be it. The video shows a young boy exploring the Icelandic outdoors, which kind of reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are. The whole video looks like it's an advertisement for Iceland's tourism board. Check it out above.
Matt & Kim collaborated with Soulja Boy and Andrew W.K. on their new song, called "I'm a Goner." It's got the great upbeat feel of a typical Matt & Kim song, but with a two rap verses from Soulja boy and some vocals from Andrew W.K. Check it out below, and you can download it from the Converse website here.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Here's a new track produced by White Panda which combines vocals from Dorrough’s “Ice Cream Paint Job” which the duo laid over White Town's "Your Woman" which they put their own spin on. This song is a bit different from their usual releases, but still great.
Your Woman (The White Panda Remix ft. Dorrough) by whitepandamusic
Sunday, August 14, 2011
We went to Bass Island on Governor's Island last night to see Bassnectar. It was out of control. Here are some clips from the night. The dubstep literally moved my body for me...it is the most amazing expereince ever. His music is something you have experience live!
Friday, August 12, 2011
e-dubble feat. Kom - My Last Dream by edubble
The song "Bumpy Ride" by Mohombi came out a while ago, and actually has a ton of views on youtube- 42 million- but here's a banging dubstep remix of it by Dj Chuckie. The original is great but this remix takes the song to a whole different level. Check it out and download it below.
Mohombi - Bumpy ride (Chuckie remix) by DJCHUCKIE
Thursday, August 11, 2011
"Figure 8" by Outasight is one of my favorite songs of the summer, and here's the new music video for it. It's great, just like the song. Next week I'm going to see him open for Hoodie Allen at Webster Hall, and I'm sure he'll be amazing.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Myndset happens to be one of my favorite dj's out right now, every time he releases a new song I have it on repeat for days. Here's his new mixtape which features a ton of great songs. The tracklist is below.
Myndset - The Process Of Desire (Mixtape) by MYNDSET
1. Myndset Mixtape Intro / Tonite Only - We Run The Night (Original Mix)
2. Seandroidm - Burst (Original Mix)
3. Calvin Harris - Feels So Close (Original Mix)
4. Sesto Sento - Music Make U Feel (BRUK Remix)
5. DallasK - Front Back (Original Mix)
6. Froidz - Finally (Mord Fustang Remix)
7. GTA Feat. Zashanell - U&I (Original Mix)
8. Christian Cambas - The Robospanker (Original Mix)
9. Maverickz - Sinai (Original Mix)
10. Florence & The Machine - You've Got The Love (Mark Knight Bootleg)
11. Mord Fustang - Magic Trooper (Original Mix)
12. Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology - Blessed (Avicii Edit)
13. Goodwill & Hook N Sling - Take You Higher (Club Mix)
14. Madeon - Pop Culture (Mash Up)
15. Alex Kenji, Starkillers, Nadia Ali - Pressure (Alesso Remix)
16. Fedde Le Grand - Metrum (Original Mix)
17. Adele - Set Fire To The Rain (Cazzette Remix)
18. Skrillex - Kill Everybody (Original Mix)
19. Spencer & Hill - So Dance (Original Mix)
20. Swedish House Mafia - Save The World (Knife Party Remix)
21. Nero - Promises (Nero & Skrillex Remix)
DJ White Lotus dropped a mashup featuring Biggie's song Suicidal Thoughts and Kanye's Runaway. The both mesh together quite nicely to create a single mellow song. Take a listen:
Biggie x Kanye - Suicidal Thoughts (White Lotus Runaway Mashup) by DJ White Lotus
Skeet Skeet might just be the strangest name for a dj that I have ever heard, however his remix of Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" is my favorite version I have heard of the song. It takes the original version to a whole different level. I know this song isn't that new, but I had to post it anyway but I it's so great. The best way to listen to it is turn up the bass and play it in great speakers or in your car.
Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks (Skeet Skeet Show Edit) by skeet skeet
Here's the new G-Eazy mixtape called The Endless Summer, which he just released. A bunch of great artists are featured on some of the songs, and he samples awesome tracks . I love how different G-Eazy's voice is, it's kind of nasally (in a good way) and also raspy at the same time. This mixtape has a great summery feel to it and I definitely suggest you download all of the songs. My favorite tracks are "Waspy," "Endless Summer" and "All I Could Do."
The Endless Summer by g-eazy
Monday, August 8, 2011
"Rolling in the Deep" by Adele seems like its the most remixed song of 2011, and I am not about to complain about that. With so many remixes coming out, its hard to get tired of it. Here's a brand new remix of "Rolling in the Deep" combined with Avicii's "Levels" by The White Panda. These two songs mesh together perfectly. Check it out below.
Deep in the Levels by whitepandamusic
Friday, August 5, 2011
Today, Chris Brown dropped his mixtape: Boy in Detention. The tracks are upbeat and catchy, I'm loving it. I like how he is experimenting with rapping along with singing on this tape and in his more recent work, interesting. Take a listen:
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Image Via: newyork.metromix.com
Last night, August 3, 2011 my sister and I went to the Sufjan Stevens concert in Prospect Park, and it was possibly one of the best shows I have ever been to. It was his last show form his Age of Adz tour. I hadn't really listened to many of the songs off of that album because they were so different from his usual work, but I bought tickets for the show anyway. I definitely was not disappointed.
The entire show kind of reminded me of Mika, because it was so bright, colorful and upbeat. Even though it rained throughout basically the whole night it was definitely worth it. My favorite performances of the evening were Vesuvius, Impossible Soul and Chicago. I saw some people leaving early, which, in my opinion, was a mistake because he did an encore performance of Concerning the UFO Sighting Near Highland, That Dress Looks Nice on You and Chicago.
Impossible Soul is a twenty-five minute long song, which started out pretty mellow but picked up the pace towards the end and was one big dancing party made complete by neon lights and big clear balloons which bounced throughout the crowd (there's a video below). Chicago was the perfect song to close the show- everyone in the crowd went ballistic and started jumping up and down and singing along. Overall, I had an amazing time and can't wait to see Sufjan in concert again!
Here are some videos I took of the concert. Sorry if they are kind of shaky:
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Das Racist - Michael Jackson by Transdreamer
Monday, August 1, 2011
I feel like I'm the only one that thinks of Run's House whenever someone mentions Diggy Simmons' name. I still think of him as really young, but after seeing this video you can definitely tell that he's growing up. It seems kind of like he's turning into a younger version of Chris Brown. Check out his new music video for the song "Copy, Paste," above.
Here's a new track from Skizzy Mars, called "Tara." Just like his other songs he raps over an indie song, but "Tara" isn't as upbeat as what he has released in the past. Anyway, keep a look out for his mixtape, which hopefully will be out soon!
Tara by SkizTheRapper