A friend of mine showed me this guy Kat Krazy... and... I've spent the past day listening to all his music. It is very impressive to say the least. I like the style, it's not too aggressive and more of a dance-pop kind of genre. To give you a little taste of Kat through my lens, I attached what I think are his best four.
First, I apologize for not posting in a little while. No excuse is an excuse good enough for not sharing music so I'm not gonna go there. With that being said, the Crystal Fighters are a British/Spanish Folktronica band who found each other in London in 2007. Im not sure if its the happy, soothing vocals that attracted me to this song or just the...yeah who are we kidding, Im all about the vocals, check this song out...it will make you smile :) Enjoy.
Links to Crystal Fighters:
Wo hooo new Avicii!! Haha. I've been posting a lot of Project 46 recently so I felt obligated to post their collaboration. It's pretty good, but what I wanted this post to really emphasis is the path EDM music (god I hate using that word) is headed on - Moreover, how impressive it truly has become.
People from anywhere with no recognition what-so-ever can take a song ranging from hardcore metal to reggae, put a little twist on it, and make it into electronic gold. Although the golden remixes rarely surface, the broad range EDM encompasses makes it a genre that includes all genres, and that is the beauty behind it - everyone can enjoy it if they find their flavor.
To give an example of this, below Avicii & Project 46's banger I posted a remix done by Evan Summers, a unheard of producer from Barcelona. How unheard of is he? Well, he so amateur that he even linked his actual Facebook page on his Soundcloud... yep, that sexual header on this post is him and his girlfriend snagged off of Facebook. Ahhh how I love the internet.
Enjoy both the tracks, and see what one you like better.
Decided to lay off my Progressive posting and mix it up with some Trap. Nick Perloff A.K.A. Flaxo is a Manhattan based california living DJ. He is another one of those young talented electronic music artist that is changing the way music is. Although I personally am not the biggest fan of Trap's arbitrary noises and claps - the break downs and the build ups in this song are qualifiedly ear-gasmic.
Bobby Tank has been developing a musical movement in London for the past 30 years... and he is one weird fellow. He likens his music to, and I quote, "Rick James riding a flying unicorn along Orion's belt whilst smoking a crack pipe". I don't know how the fuck someone can string together that sentence, but he managed, and it is magical - I'm going to ask reddit to photoshop this asap. Furthermore, this is not shakespearian times, just use the word while. You're not educated and we all know it.
To the music: Although I really don't enjoy this gentleman, I enjoy the music he makes - especially this funky and groovy remix of a even funkier song. It is very melodic, synth heavy, and just plainly unique. Shout out to the girl who reposted this song on Soundcloud. Enjoy.
Hello non-exsistant readers of this blog. Sorry it has been a while since any of the crew has posted; between the battle of finals week and I - things are not going to well (I believe I speak on the teams behalf). Above is a picture of aquamarine cause... it's March's birthstone and I wanted to have a picture in this post. Below is a set of music I have personally been dabbling with and grown to like. A lot of them are old... but a lot of people over look the old. I threw a little something-something for every kind of genre our generation Y vibes to, but I digress:
Firstly, almost happy everyone get wasted day -
Next point: Skizzy Mars - that is, the legend that went to the same school as our crew for a trimester, dropped a new song called 15. With help from Fareoh, a EDM deity, they produce a song... well... you decide (3rd in set below).
And lastly, I am always searching for new music, and I do this through soundcloud. I generally repost the songs that I think others will enjoy and like the ones with potential and need a second look. Then, if I have time, I throw it up on this blog - If you were worrying, my upload rate will increase.
Follow me or tBDS on Soundcloud and have a Blessed Day.
Now back to studying.
EDIT: So, I was quite intoxicated when I stumbled across this song - my apologizes for not saying anything about it. Yet, nothing really needs to be said. Fully torqued.
If you like bass, which you do, you'll like this. Djemba Djemba's "All City Champs" mixtape for Jibberish.
Same old Vicetone noise, but with some of Collin's majestic vocals to mix it up. I've been following Vicetone closely, and they just keep releasing tunes. Colin is not much of a EDM artist, but he has some of the best vocals i've heard on a dude. I am not sure how I feel about this song, but judging from its instant popularity on Soundcloud I decided to share it.
Just listen... swag in a song. It is a different kind of genre, but it's a good kind of genre. I'd classify this as Madonna Trance... yet I do that to much. Have a gucci time on this Wed, listen to this song and feel the grooves.