Hailing from Stockholm, the master producers known as Dada Life just released their remix of Marina and the Diamonds and this is the song that will get you jumping from start to finish and singing as loud as possible. Electro house is clearly what Dada Life has absolutely mastered, and they’re touch of BaNaNaS makes each track an instant hit! This song deserves nothing less than full volume whenever listened too. (Full volume also required by us here at STM). HUGE shout out to the epic Swedish combination of Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom a.k.a. DaDa Life! Be sure to LIKE and FOLLOW the artist.
To all electro-house kids hiding behind the dub, the Fat Rat has not forgotten about you. With this latest January mix he brings out some James Egbert, Porter Robinson, Paul Van Dyke, Nosia and Skrillex. This mix takes me back a bit, back to a time when clubs ONLY played house. It was a little bizarre to tell you the truth. Anyway, enjoy this new mixtape from Germany’s own, TheFatRat.
Pacific Air – Float (TheFatRat Remix)
Tom Budin ft. Sniff – Butterscotch
Foxes – Echo (FIXYN Remix)
TJR – Ode To Oi
Miles Dyson – Pulse
SpekrFreks, Relentless – Apollo (Farleon Remix)
Feed Me, Crystal Fighter – Love Is All I Got
Earth, Wind & Fire – September (James Egbert Bootleg)
Mat Zo, Porter Robinson – Easy
Vitodito, Oza – Kawaii
Urban Contact – Sky Express
TheFatRat – Less Than Three
Paul Van Dyk – I Don’t Deserve You (Maor Levi & Bluestone Club Mix)
Pegboard Nerds – Fire In The Hole
Uppermost – Faster
Tut Tut Child – Fat Cat Adventures
Skrillex – Bug Hunt (Noisia Remix)
Archie – The V
Yeah, I know this is a couple months old, but dammit I can’t get it out of my head. Diplo and Switch helped Alex Clare boost his way to Microsoft commercial stardom earlier this year ( I can still say that, we have a few days) and caused the little known British song writer, heralded by the likes of Major Lazer who produced his first album The Lateness of the Hour with Mike Spencer, to become a top forty kiddie pop dubstep artist. One for the transitional crew, the forty year old, “I still like young music,” crowd. Either way, Clark Kent (bastard is twenty years old) and Kid Ranger remix this bad boy and make it work well, they put the acid back into Disneyland. Cheers, enjoy this one.
It seems like we haven’t heard the young, energized Porter Robinson throw down an epic house banger in quite some time….until now. This is the kind of song that, while it builds up, part of you knows your hands and arms are about to be pumping to the beat as soon as it drops. Porter Robinson, only 20 years old, has already quite the name for himself. His live performance, which I have been lucky enough to witness multiple times, never ceases to amaze me or completely blow my head away. This collab song with Mat Zo, a 22 year old British Dj/Producer, is a great way to kick off the holiday season by getting everyone off their ass and on their feet. Be sure to check out Porter Robinson’s Facebook for updates on his tour dates and information about new bangers being dropped! Also go like Mat Zo’s Facebook to see when he will be crusing through your town for a performance!
SKisM is out with a new RMX! How can you not be excited? Your about to get hit in the face with absolute filth. Anything flowing from the fingertips of SKisM is pretty much assured to melt your face off, this remix is no different. A little more drum and bass that STM normally gets down too, but SKisM is my boy so we couldn’t not post this! Far Too Loud’s original version of the song isn’t too shabby either, definitely heard it in a couple mixes before today. But SKisM takes it to a new level of grime, enjoy the bass heavy drum and bass sounds! So find some good grass and roll it everyday for 60o years…
NY/LA DJ’s Kenny Beats and Ryan Marks, known to the Trap scene as LOUDPVCK have just released a new jam with a classic title. This isn’t a remix to Cedric Gervais’ “Molly,” but it’s still rachet as ****. They decided to go a different route: straight hood. Remixing Reese’s “Molly….” Who’s Reese you may ask, you clearly haven’t even been near the trap if you ain’t heard of Reese. “Molly” is his “First Single Off the Soon Coming Reese Vs The World 2 Mixtape Hosted by Don Cannon. Featuring and Production From: Sonny Digital , Hit-boy , Don Cannon , Pharrell ,Buddy and More … ” Make sure to check out the video, Molly is an absolute TRVPSTAR. Throw this bad boy on the next time your cruising to the club and get your Trap dance on.
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Terravita consisting of Matt Simmers, Jon Spero, Chris Barlow have been tearing it up on tour with Datsik this year. The Snap The Mole team was onsite at House of Blues for the Fire Power tour and Terravita destroyed the stage. This jam called, “Spicy By The Glass” has a funky horn loop and sick guitar bassline but don’t be fooled; this song is heavy! This is the bonus track that they threw onto their latest EP “Greatest Hits Volume One.” Head on over to Terravita’s FaceBook for the Free Download of the whole EP! Enjoy!
Since Bluescreens was formed in 2003, the Dubstep duo hailing all the way from France have been experimenting with many different genres of heavy electronic music such as Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Trap. Growing up exposed to Hip-hop, they infused many different styles of old school and new school music and were influenced heavily by DJ Craze and DJ Shadow. This song makes me want to pick up to the next show coming to San Diego and RAGE so please jack those speakers up and get down to “Strange Way” by Bluescreens. Enjoy!
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Josh Gard, otherwise known as Figure, never seems to let us down: when we are in the mood for dubstep to destroy our minds. The STM actually got to see Gard going hard on the decks at the House of Blues last Sunday. His music is just so heavy, sometimes it can almost be too much to handle. Mixing in one of Del the Funky Homosapien‘s greatest hits “Upgrade” Figure perfectly adds in a combination of grime and filth to upgrade the jam. Most know Del the Funky Homosapien as Deltron 3030; he has been tearing up the underground music industry for decades and considered a master amongst underground hip-hip fanatics. I doubt Del will be upset when he hears this banger blasting out of someones speakers.
Get ready for this one guys…