Yet another post with no theme but the awesome power of dance music. More new brilliant tunes for you to blast through your earphones at full volume, let the nation be a hearing impared nation!
Fake Blood is probably one of the most sort after artists on the blogosphere. He even released a fake remix (of Darude–Sandstorm) to the blogs and they still hype hype hyped it. Luckily being Wizards which are Better, we saw through Fake Blood’s gag and even managed to laugh with him! HAHAHA! His new remix is not fake, but Fake Blood (i.e. fucking beaut). Once again captivating us with a georgeous melodic hook using his definitive Fake Blood synths and more, ultimately producing a, dare I say it, melancholic track. Amazing variation and just a wondeful tune.
Another blogosphere lover is Major Lazer. Boy do we love it. Now here we have five remixes of ‘Hold The Line’ taken from Mad Decent blog, they’re all freaking awesome. I’ll go through them quickly my genreising (I know its not a word) each remix. Skream: Very minimal afrobeat/dubstep. DZ: Dubstep/breakbeat with heavy, jabbing bass. Edu K: Minimal dancehall/afrobeat. Toadally Krossed Out: Interesting take on DnB using drum rolls. Audio Dakoos: Hyper dubstep with excellent variation.
Who would have thought that Lee Mortimer’s remix of ‘Rockerman’ by Foamo would ever be challenged. Dem Slackers did! And what a job they’ve done. The original wobble ryhthm, changing the tune and fucking around with it superbly!
A1 Bassline is always capable of producing wobbly bangers. But I do feel that his last few remixes (quite a few) have been quite samey in the use of his classic machine gun wobble sound.If you’ve been following his work for the last few months you’d probably know what’s coming just before the drop. But hey, this track is awesome no doubt, but what happened to the days of ‘Bad Man Horror Theme’, probably his best track. If you have no idea what I’m on about, then you’ll definately love this track anyway!
Now we don’t usually have ‘Bonus’ tracks on this blog. But seeing as all of the above are brand spanking new, I thought that a track nearly a year old wouldn’t correlate. Its an old Mightyfools remix I found and I love it, amongst all their other stuff. Bouncy, bassy and brilliant; the least you can expect from probably my favourite artists.