Swedish Duo Savage Skulls is killin it lately and they keep poppin’ out those releases. Releasing off U&A Recordings, the 2-track EP “Adrum Drum” is worthy of a grab. The title track is a festival decimator with catchy vocals and tube synths that will set you up with strong expectation for screaming samples, thumping off-hits and stuttering madness. “Top Dog” is of the similar sort but is much more dark, raw, and brooding in its design. We demand you snag these bad boys off beatport HERE!
Haezer just dropped his latest EP on Dim Mak Records, “The Wrong Kid Died.” This South African producer pumped out quite the heavy electro-house EP–it’s satisfying, energizing, and puts you in just the right mood to rage. The EP features vocals from a variety of popular South African vocalists/artists, including Tumi (Tumi and the Volume), Circe, Francois van Coke and Hunter Kennedy of Fokofpolisiekar, Mike Zietsman of PH FAT, and Evil Boy of the world-wide zef phenomenon Die Antwoord. Keep an eye on Haezer, as he’s got a new single set to release this November on Birth Records. Below you’ll hear a preview of the EP – note that the tracks on the preview are not in the same order as they are on the EP tracklist, out now on Beatport!
Out now on Dim Mak Records is a remix of Felix Cartal’s popular track, “Tonight.” Jay Fay takes the track to a different level, preserving the heartwarming vibe you get from those memorable vocals while still transforming the song into his own work. The song takes a heavy turn into electro-house, and the results are pretty impressive. You can grab the track now on BeatPort.
TEN-HUT! “It’s as if a military camp caught jungle fever and trains to Congo drums!” We agree! Gregor Salto releases “Azumba”, a track made with pure festival intent which we believe will be quite effective during the next couple of warm months. You can grab the Azumba EP over at Beatport (Mixmash Records) or directly HERE.
It’s always fun to see an artist remix themselves – it shows diversity and innovation. Dirty Disco Youth has a house-based side project he’s been working on, using his real name as his alias (Phil Speiser).
This new “Crossroads” remix offers a cool house vibe that’s great to sit back and jam to. You may have heard it in DDY’s Holiday Supermix 2012 last month, and we’re glad we have a release date at our fingertips now (September 11 on Dim Mak Records).
The Loops of Fury have been working diligently on a compilation that they’re planning on releasing late next month (August for you drunk people).
They’ve set “Light Em Up” to be their leading/title track for the compilation, and have uploaded a short preview to get you pumped. The track is high-energy, with a huge build and crazy drop — it’s built for the parties, and we’re ready to rage.