Bobby Puma is back in a big way, this time responsible for a massive trap remix of M.I.A.’s Bad Girls. Known more for his house and electro tracks, Puma has set out to prove that no genre is safe. His remix of Bad Girls expands upon the original by incorporating high-pitched synths and drums that have become synonymous with the trap [...]
M.I.A. Releases ‘Double Bubble Trouble’ Video With The Partysquad
May 21 2014
BY Eric Gossett
It’s no secret that M.I.A. doesn’t get along with record labels. Her latest label battle was brought to light in a tweet on Monday indicating the artist’s frustration with label execs refusing to upload the video for her track Double Bubble Trouble. After the singer tweeted a link to the video on her own, the label pulled the video and [...]
“Surprise, motherf*ckers,” declare OWSLA’s Parisian duo Alesia, the new kings of dark techno, with the release of a stunning free download. The track? None other than a raucous, riot-inducing remix of Pull Up The People, off M.I.A.’s 2005 debut album Arular. For the first time since Bird Machine, their massive collab with DJ Snake, the [...]
Welcome to our fifth edition of Trap Tuesdays! Help yourself to these free tracks below. Rustie – Slasherr (Flume Edit) Earlier this year, Rustie’s Slasherr showed off a more upbeat side to the genre of trap. Recently, Australian artist Flume switched it up a bit with a terrific edit. Get it here off his SoundCloud. Also, check out his [...]
Out of Boston comes Shapes of Light, a duo looking to brighten the vast spectrum of today’s growing EDM scene with a sprinkle of their new-age perspective on modern dance music. With a few bootlegs and remixes to their name, the duo just released their first EP, offering up two zesty and unique tracks that really need to be heard. Oh [...]
California king of dubstep 12th Planet, aka John Dadzie, is a staple of the wobble movement who is constantly pushing the genre into uncharted territory. Check out LessThan3’s exclusive interview with the man whose beats knock you into another orbit.
Josh Steele, aka Flux Pavilion, has been blowing up our speakers ever since Gold Dust put him on the map. Check out our interview to learn about his avant-garde musical influences, childhood friendship with Trolley Snatcha and Doctor P, and what he sees as the future of dubstep.
I recently stumbled upon this little gem on HARD’s official website. From the beautiful beaches of Miami, I bring you Caligula’s monster remix of Steppin’ Up by M.I.A. It starts out with a drumbeat progression intertwined with some nifty M.I.A. vocal samples. Slowly, echoey lines of synth build up in the background and pause for a slight [...]
Rusko has been making a lot of waves both in and out of the EDM community lately–he’s one of those artists that is about to venture into the territory of people who only know Deadmau5 and David Guetta. This can either be a good or a not-so-good thing; here’s hoping for the best. The 25-year-old Brit has been making music since a young [...]