Diplo teamed up with an up and coming Mad Decent producer by the name of Swick. Keep It Gully is a Moombahton party monster of a track. Usually I’m not a huge fan of Moombahton but I do like to dabble every so often. I love the bouncy bass line in this one, it is truly addicting. Enjoy a little bounce for your humpday routine.
My friend tonight showed me this dope mix from the legendary duo Jack Beats titled Progressions. This mix serves as a preview to their upcoming album Careless.
Jack Beats as a group has a great story, the two DJs both had huge individual careers before joining together. Both were also true DJs, ripping up turn tables like few today can. Naill was formerly a member of Scratch Perverts going by the name DJ Plus One, and Ben was a former member of The Mixologists. Together, they have both turned their focus to producing some of the most bangin tracks you’ll find. I had the pleasure of seeing these guys live one time when they openend for Digitalism and they stole the show. They are truly a tough act to follow with the energy and pure skill level they bring to the tables. Enjoy the mix and check back for a post about the new album!
Jack Beats- Knock You Down
Jack Beats ft. Takura- Careless
Jack Beats- End of Love
Jeack Beats ft. Example & Diplo- War
Jack Beats- Just a beat
Jack Beats ft. Mnek- Fast Girls
Jack Beats ft. Chiddy Bang & Ov- About to Get Fresh
Jack Beats ft. Dillon Francis- Epidemic
Jack Beats – Hooligans
Jack Beats ft. Jess Mills= Somebody to Love
Jack Beats ft. Kid Harpoon- Storm
Next here is a new remix from Griz, who in my opinion put out one of the best albums so far this year, Mad Liberation. Creative, talented and full of potential, his rise will be fun to watch. Enjoy this funky, moombahton remix.
Last but certainly not least- here is an epic 40 minute mix from Carnage. His trap remixes have all been called festival trap remixes and this mix carries the same title. This mix includes several unreleased songs. On my list of favorites are remixes of Congorock’s Babylon, Who from Tujamo and Plastik Funk, Deniz Koyu’s Tung, not to mention his remixes of Hardwell’s Spaceman and Afrojack’s Annies Theme- both of which you can find on my trap post from a few weeks back. This mix is the shit, just to be blunt. Enjoy and happy Halloween!
Hello again my Homeless friends, and welcome to our new writer Count Van Count. Hope you’ve enjoyed his latest posts. I can’t express how excited we are here at WHYH to add another writer to the mix. I’ve got a great post for you tonight, all songs definitely worth a download.
Trap Music or Trap House, whatever you like to call it, has been dominating the EDM music scene lately. I have to say, Trap really caught my attention. I hadn’t given anything below 128 BPM a listen in quite some time. But as it goes with popular bass music some of it sounds like shit – literally. So, here are my favorite Trap songs I’ve heard in the last few months, cheers.
Lets start things off with legends in the music industry, Chase & Status. I saw these guys at their first performance in the United States do a live set, and they brought more energy to a show than I had ever seen. I love their style, love everything they do. Enjoy this Hip-Hop influenced nasty Trap beat.
Here are two songs that have been reinvented with Trap beats behind them. The first is Hardwell’s classic Spaceman and the next is Lapdance from N.E.R.D. The re-work of Spaceman is quite possibly my favorite in this list.
Angger Dimas is one of those artists that continues to impresses me. He teams up with great producers and puts out consistently bangin tracks. He hails from Indonesia and at only 22 he has a lot of time to grow, and I’m looking forward to it.
Angger Dimas’ most recent release where he teamed up with Laidback Luke, Night Like This, is one of the most original house tracks I’ve heard in a long time. The club mix is even more violently bangin than the main mix. Here are both- enjoy.
Finally, a classic called Are You Ready. A while back this vocal sample made a huge splash and was showing up in songs all over the place. Below you’ll find the original release and a Moombahton remix from Mahesa Ultra, another producer from Indonesia.
Here’s a new mix for the beginning of your summer from yours truly, BigBird . I put together some of my favorite old classics from legends like DJ Shadow and Fatboy Slim, then into some Moombahton, and finally transitioning into House. Love putting together these mixes, and I really hope you enjoy this one. The track list is below the download link.
Donor Work (BigBird Bootleg)- Organ Donor (Extended Overhaul)- DJ Shadow Vs. Slight Work (Ft. Big Sean) (Prod. by Diplo) – Wale Praise You– Fatboy Slim Esta Noche– Munchi Horsey (Lazerdisk Party Sex Remix) – Diplo K-hole– Bro Safari Stop It (Crookers Remix) – Theophilus London California Dreamin– Savoy Turn It Ft. Fedde Le Grand & Johan Wedel (Original Mix)- Deniz Koyu Quasar (Original Mix)- Hard Rock Sofa Miniman (Original Mix)- Firebeatz 1234 Ft. Chuckie & Martin Solveig (Original Mix)- Laidback Luke Louder (Hardwell Remix)- DJ Fresh Ft. Sian Evans Level Up (Fake Blood Mix)- Sway
Until next time, BigBird.
Happy Friday everyone. Got a quick track to make your weekend even more exciting. Chuckie’s club hit from a few months back, Who Is Ready To Jump has been one of my favorites since it came out. This remix from Dillon Francis will make everybody jump, its filthy. Absolutely filthy.
Starting off, a brand new collaboration from Diplo and Skrillex. I’m not a huge fan of bro-step or of Skrillex in general, in fact those who know me know that I hate on Skrillex like its my job. However, when he teams up with Diplo to do a Moombahton track- I bite my tounge. Love this one- great sample from DJ Shadow’s Organ Donor, and a nasty drop to top it off.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. What happens in Chuckie’s studio, leaves quickly and goes right into my eardrums. This song isn’t the most impressive thing I’ve heard come out of said studio, but live, no doubt the crowd goes ape-shit on that drop.
What Happens in Vegas (Club Mix) – Chuckie ft. Gregor Salto
I first heard this remix from Laidback Luke at USC 14 a few months back, I distinctly remember turning to my friend Rich and saying, “what the fuck is this!” as we both shook our faces onto the floor. Rich then heard Kaskade drop it at Identity Festival last week. Banger alert.
Speak Up (Instrumental Mix)- Laidback Luke ft Wynter Gordon
After the high-energy dutch house from Dada Life, Chuckie and Laidback, time for something a little more relaxed to wind down. This fantastic edit of the Nervo twins’ We’re All No One from Steve Aoki, Afrojack and Cheyenne Giles Is anyone else just loving these collabo’s from Aoki and Afrojack? Keep em comin’ gents!
We’re All No One – Nervo (Afrojack, Steve Aoki & Cheyenne Giles Edit)