Greetings, headbangers! It’s time for another #filthyfriday!
This week’s filth is brought to you by none other than the Shadow Phoenix Network. For those of you wub lovers who haven’t gotten a taste yet, this promotional network is dedicated to bringing us bassheads a variety of dubstep, trap, and hybrid music. Having started up only a mere 6 months ago, SPN has hit the 10K followers mark and the numbers only continue to climb!
I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know the owner/manager/producer behind the madness and all I can say is, expect nothing but greatness in the near future. His dedication & love for bass music is something to admire & respect and it only adds to my anticipation of what the Shadow Phoenix Network has in store for us!
Their newest release, SampliFire – Misty (SNICH Remix), in celebration of their 10K following, has already made it to #10 on Soundcloud’s new dubstep release chart. Listen & enjoy these free downloads below!
For more, check out Shadow Phoenix Network‘s Soundcloud now!
Calling all BASSHEADS!
You know what Friday calls for?! Some filth! Every Friday expect a new basshead banger that you can’t help but get grimy to because let’s face it, we all need more bass in our lives!
What better way to celebrate our first #filthyfriday than this bangin’ mix by No Function. 30 tracks in 30 minutes? Yes please!
Straight outta Fresno, CA, No Function knows how to rage! Not only do they dabble in the dub but word is they’ve got a bass house mix and trap mix in the making and frankly, after hearing Function & Filth, my ears are hungry for more. I can’t wait to see what else they have in store for 2016!
Go check out & follow No Function on Soundcloud now!
Rage on, bassheads 😈
If you like melodic dubstep, you will love Culture Code. Yesterday he released a dope remix of the pop hit “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” by Bebe Rexha, and it is truly incredible. The producer behind this magic perfectly places heavy dubs and synths with the lyrics and creates one of the best melodic dubstep songs of the year. Make sure you snag the free download and start feelin it.
Also recently released was Culture Code’s remix of “Superhuman” – a heart wrenching track that begs to be blasted with that bass turned up.
Jason Derulo‘s single ft. Snoop Dog, “Wiggle” seems to be the new song that everyone’s whistling when it’s stuck in their head after hearing it played five times in an hour on the radio. It’s a cute tune good for some white-girl booty shaking, but these lyrics encourage something more. Leave it to Borgore to turn this Top 40 hit into a dirty dubstep track with just enough of a trap sound that will get the baddest girls twerking in your bass face.
You’ll grab the FREE DOWNLOAD now if you know what’s good for you and that big fat butt:
The original track “Colors” by Tritonal and Paris Blohm is a progressive-house track that can be expected to be heard at every festival this summer. Featuring vocals from Sterling Fox, “Colors” not only encompasses all the good vibes of EDM, but it inspires every listener to let their true colors show. UK producer Culture Code‘s dubstep remix of the enlightening track gives it even more power over its listeners. With a tingle-inducing build up leading to a captivating beat that runs through your entire body, Culture Codes “Colors” remix deserves recognition. It just unanimously won the Protocol Recordings‘ colors remix competition and is now available for purchase on Beatport here. It’s definitely a sing-along classic, so put these songs on repeat so you’re not the only one who doesn’t know the lyrics.
The first song that made me fall in love with Culture Code:
Listen to the original “Colors”:
This valentine’s day The Krew put out a free download of their newest Troll Mix “Just The Tip, Valentines Day Edition”. The hour long mix is a very relaxing collection of many genres, perfect for some v-day lovin. Even though it’s not technically Feb. 14th anymore, shouldn’t every day be valentines day? So stop, breathe, and bump this dope playlist to set the mood 😉
Why not spend your final days of 2013 in complete indulgence?
Colorado is again entering unchartered territory. Two years ago, Global Dancers made history at the first ever Decadence, shattering records to become the largest single-day electronic dance music event in Colorado. Last year we continued our new tradition of toasting to health and happiness in a new year.
Global Dance, AEG Live and Live Nation are thrilled to announce the 3rd annual DECADENCE NYE is expanding to a massive two-night celebration featuring some of the biggest and brightest names in dance music. Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, Above & Beyond, Dada Life and many more will close out 2013 and usher in 2014 for the most extravagant party to hit the Mile High.
On December 30th and 31st, enter a playground most decadent as we celebrate another year of life and dancing as Decadence expands to two nights of madness. Held in the heart of downtown Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, Decadence NYE will encompass 600,000 square feet. Discover two pristine arenas prepped for back-to-back nights of wild dance parties. The festival guarantees to stay true to its name through inviting attendees to end 2013 with a diverse and unparalleled array of world-class talent, sensational performances and stunning visuals.
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English producer/DJ Flux Pavilion dropped his new EP “Freeway” yesterday, November 11th, and we were very pleasantly surprised to see Flux returning to his classic roots with these recent productions. With a balanced intensity between basslines and vocals, Freeway reminds us of the old school Flux.
The EP’s title track is a slowed down electronic melody featuring his own vocal stylings, and the track seems to represent Flux’s musical journey of self-exploration. Collaborating with DJ superstar Steve Aoki, Flux mastered the track “Steve French”, which is undoubtedly a major tune, but alarmingly sounds a bit too much like Daft Punk’s “Aerodynamics” so we could see this getting some negative reception in the coming weeks from fans and critics.
The soul of the EP is the gem “Gold Love” featuring Rosie Oddie, which captures the hard intensity that Flux is famous for but also incorporates a more refined emotive direction and a steady, calculated build-up. Rosie’s shrill and unique voice adds a mature and interesting dimension to the song, which elevates it to another level and drives the tune to the top of our favorite tracks of the moment.
Teaming up with Dillon Francis, Flux unleashes “I’m the One” on this EP and proves his diversity further with this bass-heavy but simulataneously melodic and thoughtfully paced banger. “Mountains and Molehills” featuring Turin Brakes closes out the wide-ranging body of work with an electrifying blend of rock and dubstep that sends sweet goosebumps up the spine as we climb Flux’s mountain. Our man FP proves with this EP that he is an unpredictable, open-minded artist, and a very bright light in the EDM space.
DAMN COLLIN MCLOUGHLIN! You just came out of nowhere and gave us Vicetone‘s beautiful track Heartbeat, next you’re blowing minds with your debut EP Tears of Tempo, and now you’re remixing Coldplay… you have left me in an excited state of anticipation swaying to this new remix wondering “what’s he gonna give us next?!”
McLoughlin takes the classic Coldplay song to a whole new level with his remix he released today. It’s a risky move remixing Fix You since the song is loved for it’s melancholy, simple, emotional lyrics – but McLoughlin managed to keep the lyrics and the feelings they evoke, and he made the song even more moving by adding soothing transitions between the vocals. McLoughlin’s soundcloud description is dead-on about the mix: “Collin takes the listener on a melodic journey, building the song steadily into a catchy glitch vocal driven drop with melodic bass swells and robotic one shots that supplement the simplicity of the verses in a unique way.” In my opinion, he took some of the best chillstep-dubstep songs and put them together with Coldplay to make an epic track.
Well done Sir, well done.