Tag Archives: bass

Manila Killa’s fresh spin on Dawn Golden is “All I Want”

 If you couldn’t tell by now, we kinda sorta love Manila Killa. Since our first posts of Chris Gavino’s mashups in 2011 (you know, when mashups were still cool) we’ve kept a keen eye in his direction, and we’re all happy to see him flourishing: it’s well deserved. After a killer collaboration with Hunt…

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Elaksi switches “Lanes” onto fast track for success with latest single

Well, we’ve hit the jackpot. After much disparity between the two, the perfect intermingling of trap stylings and future groove is here. It’s no surprise our golden-ticket track comes courtesy of Elaksi, a 20 year-old Finnish producer who is tearing the blog world apart with his latest single, “Lanes.”  Fresh off the heels of…

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Kito & Reija Lee give low-end life to Cassie’s “Me & U”

Maintaining the original passion of Cassie’s R&B hit, “Me & U”, newcomers Kito & Reija Lee have successfully created a sub-rocking rendition we can’t praise highly enough. Long-time friends, the Australian duo Kito & Reija Lee have built off of each other’s sound since the age of 13-years-old. Now, they are…

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Bixel Boys release ‘Empire EP’ with free show at Exchange LA

The Bixel Boys, Rob May & Ian Macpherson, have been working on their sound for a while now. Founded in Venice, CA, the California natives maintain a deep uplifting underground vibe straight out of an 80s future movie that fits both day and night, gloom and joy. With two full EPs under…

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Mark Starr assembles part one of label Perfect Driver’s “Showcase” series

LA imprint, Perfect Driver, are fresh off their recent release of a compilation showcase series that introduces listeners to a wide range of new music and artists. Handpicked by Dirtybird and Perfect Driver artist, Mark Starr, the release includes an hour long mix that perfectly illustrates how the tunes were…

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Marian Hill’s remix of “Sweet Ophelia” hits harder than a brick through a window

Just…holy shit. Rarely does a tune come around that gets you right in the feels and refuses to let go. In that category is Tapesh & Kant’s “Ey Yo”, Lido’s “Latch” remix, and now Marian Hill’s remix of Zella Day’s “Sweet Ophilia”. Fresh, unfiltered, and ready to get your blood pumping, this…

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Goon Bags release heavy original “Kaiju” [Download]

If you’ve been on the lookout for a breakout artist recently, end your search here: Goon Bags is completely tearing up the scene right now, and just a casual listen on their Soundcloud will show you exactly what I’m talking about.  Their newest release, “Kaiju,” is a massive heavy hitter that…

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Nightizm’s debut EP is a dark trap “Renaissance” [Premiere]

Today we’re excited to announce the release of Toronto producer Nightizm’s first official EP, “Renaissance”. Nightizm began his music career in 2009 and started playing under his new moniker at the end of 2013.  Incorporating a variety of genres into his music, such as trap, electronic, and hip-hop, Nightizm has…

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Say My Name lights up Flosstradamus and Travis Porter’s “Smoke 1″ [Download]

The man, the one who describes himself on social media as “one big wet fart,” Say My Name is back yet again with a massive new remix of Flosstradamus and Travis Porter’s “Smoke 1.” The completely revamped tune features a pitched up version of Travis Porter’s vocals along with two ridiculous bass-fill drops, and good lord, when…

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Dimond Saints and Zhu collide in a catastrophic remix of “Faded”

I’m not sure what it is, but Dimond Saints seem to have a magical touch with any song they work on. This duo exploded on the blogosphere out of nowhere with a six track original EP that showcased their unique style of future bass. Since then, they’ve consistently been keeping…

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Dimond Saints make massive rework of “SmokeStacks”

Dimond Saints most recent music is an instant sensation, as the duo from Oakland continue their current streak of hits. Today, EARMILK brings you their latest remix of a track by LAYLA titled, “SmokeStacks”. LAYLA is a singer/song writer from London, England, that often performs with a live band. This comes…

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BLU J adds some zest to Tritonal’s “Now or Never” [Premiere]

Tritonal’s “Now or Never,” as wonderful as it is, is filled with dance music cliches: the slow build, the airy female vocals, the heavy drop characterized by metronome-like bass — you’re 1:44 in before you’re even dancing. Upon a first listen it’s good, but it needs something more. BLU J,…

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Vestige throws down with original trap banger “Yoppers”

Easter’s not until Sunday, but it looks like we may have had the Second Coming a little bit early this year. I’ve been praying for something especially dirty, and I think my prayers might have just been answered.  I’m assuming most of you haven’t already heard of Vestige, so you’re…

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DJ Green Lantern’s drops 1st ‘Know About Me’ mixtape

Green Lantern made one of the biggest hip-hop to dance music cross overs in 2014 and hasn’t slowed down since. After starting off the year with a re-work of Tommy Trash’s “F#$%WIND”, the Rochester native released one of the biggest trap singles to date with “Know About Me”. With several…

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Dillon Francis & DJ Snake bring the house down with original “Get Low”

Don’t get me wrong – by no means does an artist need to be big in order to make good music; that being said, however, there are definitely certain names that have a dominating influence on the industry. So what happens when two of those heavy-hitters, who also happen to…

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