Showing posts with label Trap. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trap. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Deptronic X Zyme - Black Starlight


Bay Area collective producer Deptronic & EPR SF resident emcee Zyme are back on their grind with genre-breaking track “Black Starlight”. Fresh off their album ‘Ninja Robot Future’ and premiered on EDM.com, the single has hit 23K plays on Soundcloud and counting.


 With hard-line bass, unpredictable drops and grisly synths, it’s undeniable this two-piece unit has an inventive approach on music. 


“Black Starlight” is an EDM soaked, trap hook track that is just a preview of more expected sound-defying music to come. Stay tuned for addictive sounds from Deptronic & Zyme. Listen below

Friday, October 3, 2014

Sir Sly - You Haunt Me (SoySauce Edition)


DJ SoySauce just dropped this crazy crossover jam today. A little something to add to that sushi date this weekend? I'm trying to figure out why we love this tune so much! Maybe it's the vocal that does it for me, or maybe it's the way he uses elements from almost every genre. House Organs, Big Trap Bass and knarly percussion. When all these elements mix with Sir Sly's vocals it really brings it all together to make an epic radio ready tune. Definatly something that I could see MTV Clubland playing in the near future. 

Keep an eye out for DJ SoySauce. This artist is definitely going places. We'll give you one more of our favorites from him just to solidify your love. More SoySauce please!


Thursday, October 2, 2014

Royal - Cowboy Bepob


After receiving much praise for his recent works "Royal's Theme", 22-year-old producer Royal is back to supply more hard-hitting tracks. Royal unleashes another fiery number "Cowboy Bebop". Now don't let the title mislead you, the hyphy trapped-out banger is straight overkill. Although "Cowboy Bebop" will not appear on his forthcoming 'Cycles' EP, doesn't make it any less dope. Get buckwild with Royal's "Cowboy Bebop". Listen below. 
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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Derek Rhodes x Reid Stefan x Juicy J = #AlleyOop


Trap wouldn’t be without producer Derek Rhodes in his collaboration with LA's Reid Stefan and none other than Juicy J in new hot track “#AlleyOop”. 


This crazy club banger is intended for wild audiences only, material may be unsuitable for who are not ready to turn up. 


With a rapid throttle bass and intoxicating sound sample, make open space for that workout playlist. If you’re not getting crazy in the club scene, then wild-n-out at the gym, “#AlleyOop” will make you go to 0-100 instantly. Listen below.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Planet Rock - Aerospace

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Planet Rock just came back from winning Discovery Project EDC, and already has another release on Shifty Rhythms. The EP is titled "Aerospace" and features two amazing wavy trap tunes. Wavy synths and trap percussions keep this track funky, and make it a futuristic bass EP.



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Monday, August 4, 2014

Schlachthofbronx - Lights Off (Squalie Remix)


The first thing I ever heard from this artist that goes by the name of Squalie was this incredible little trapped out house remix of Schlachthofbronx's "Lights Off". Seriously so much fun in just under five minutes. Listen.



That one marked the debut of this somewhat mysterious new producer. And just a few days ago, Squalie delivered his first original tune called "In The Dark" which offers listeners another cool and refreshing sound experience complete with catchy vocals and sort of dubstep synths made for dance floor grinding. Enjoy both! :)

Lilly Wolf - Burn With You


Wow. Listening to this new one from Lilly Wolf I hardly recognize her. This is really different than what we've come to expect from the young rising pop star.

On "Burn With You", verses float spare, haunting vocals over a Dirty South beat with a boomy kick, 808 snare, and glitchy hi-hats. Choruses open up into the big-indie feel of a Naked & Famous or M83 track, with melodically expansive vocals (similar to Lorde or Purity Ring) over a menacing low end. The bridge folds back down, settling into a major lift before building into the final chorus. The song is intentionally cinematic, tracking the tension, explosiveness, and calm in a cycle of violence.

Listen below.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Bastille & Audien & Party Thieves - Pompeii (Slander Heaven Trap Edit)



Last night was going really smoothly until I received a text from a friend with a link to this new Slander remix. 

I had just poured myself a nice glass of wine and taken a sip when I pushed play... and it was all downhill from there. About :30 seconds in my eyes started to water, by 1:00 I knew I was doomed, and by 1:30 I was completely unhinged.  It took me back to my college days of beer tears and trying to get the words out to tell my friends how much I loved them. 


Then I texted my mom this picture.... not once... but three times telling her how much I missed her. 

Trap music isn't known for giving you these type of feels, but I guess that's why they call it "Heaven Trap".  Touché Slander, touché. You got me good.


  

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

heRobust X Cvpellv - URDNO


RIP UNENO because URDNO has arrived. Tell all your abbreviation loving baes about heRobust and Cvpellv's new track because URDNO is Diplo's next favorite Twitter word.


Free download: heRobust X Cvpellv - URDNO



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Jay Z - 99 Problems (Black Boots Blacklisted Rework)


When Black Boots isn't busy wreaking havoc on the Vegas nightlife, they're in the studio making super weird and dark remixes that will haunt your dreams. 

This one happens to be Baeyonce's favorite remix of 99 Problems. She really loves Black Boots ;) 


Free download: Jay Z - 99 Problems (Black Boots Blacklisted Rework)



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Monday, July 21, 2014

T.I. - Why You Wanna (Doobious & DJ Sweap Remix)


Doobious and DJ Sweap have teamed up once again to bring you guys another way too cool remix for the summer. I'm personally stoked on this one cuz T.I.'s "Why You Wanna" is one of my favorites of his other than "Rubberband Man". Such a breezy tune, and the guys have maintained that vibe while putting a refreshing electro-trap twist on it. Get at it below.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

TILT Premiere: Onyx - Slam (Middle Finger Remix)


Last month we shared the mysterious production duo Middle Finger's debut remix of Drake's "Trophies" that took us totally by surprise with its pure energetic sound quality. While they keep quiet about their identities though, it seems like we can definitely expect these guys to provide us all with solid turn up tunes. We've got the first listen on their latest which throws it back to '93 for a sick remix of Onyx's classic "Slam". Go right ahead.



Yep. We're stoked on these guys. Make sure you follow Middle Finger on SoundCloud.

Friday, July 11, 2014

LIAM BACK - BLᗄKK ЯO$E$


I'm legitimately stoked about discovering this dude LIAM BACK. His sound is so fucking fresh. I mean, it's trap, and we're all familiar with how that sounds. But this dude does it differently. It's got soul somehow. It's got vision. It's not just a bunch of noise to make you go crazy. Feel me by listening to "BLᗄKK ЯO$E$" below.



Listen to this one "Existential" too.



Hit that follow button on LIAM's SoundCloud.

Monday, July 7, 2014

TILT Spotlight: Brittany Campbell


I can't tell you how excited I was to be personally introduced to the music of Brittany Campbell. Such a dope girl. I mean, just crazy amounts of talent. Here's her inspiring story...

Brittany Campbell is a Singer/Songwriter/Producer and Visual Artist from New York City (yeeee!). Born and raised in Brooklyn, Brittany got her start as a child performing in several operas at the Metropolitan Opera and on Broadway. She discovered a love of pop music in her high school years. In 2011, she was taken under the wing of award-winning engineer Rich Keller (Ruff Riders, Mariah Carey) and began working on her first project "NERD", which was the product of both Brittany's love of pop and her introduction into New York nightlife. The club scene changed how she perceived music all together. Her music became more playful and bigger. Her influences derived from producers such as Red One, Dog Chow and artists who dominated the club plays such as Robyn, Lady Gaga and Kelis. "NERD" was self-released in 2011 and ranked on the regional club charts at a whopping #7.


'Black Summer' would be her next project. At this point Brittany was more or less homeless and would cease the opportunity to record wherever her friends would let her crash. She was no longer working with a musical partner at felt as if she was starting all over again. Heartbroken, beyond music, Brittany began exploring other other outlets outside of music to express herself. She had always drawn and even began to paint in college. It was the summer of 2012 and she wanted to be heard, make some kind of wave. She began to graffiti. She first started with little stickers and worked her way up to big pieces, then walls. Her art caught some attention and she began doing some commission work. While this was happening, she completed her first full-length album 'Black Summer'.

'Heroes' is her third self-released project and sophomore album.  She produced the album in its entirety. It's filled with guitars, strings, live drums, and huge harmonies of Beyoncé proportions. Inspired by the hipstery sounds of New York Trap, Pop, RnB and Reggae, it's a fantastic listen all around. We've got some cuts off the record for you below...



Be sure to follow this incredibly talented and inspiring individual on SoundCloud, Twitter, and Facebook!

Fabricator - Hempfest


Fabricator is another new name to us today, and another one we think we'll be seeing more of in the future... The track that caught our attention immediately is "Hempfest" named after and clearly inspired by the legendary Seattle festival. The intro to this one draws you in quickly with its trippy synths while the middle relaxes you with its muted beats before the song quickly turns dark into a guitar-driven trap instrumental. It's a rush. Definitely a tune you might fire up to. Enjoy. ;)

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Planet Rock - Peach Trees


Planet Rock has come back from their adventures at EDC and have decided that it's time for some new tunes. Their latest track features big room festival synths and trap percussions. The track features a vocal sample from Nicki Minaj and is well down with the track. Peach Tree is a festival banger made for the turn up.



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Thursday, June 19, 2014

BRAND NEW: The Fugees - Killing Me Softly (Black Boots Remix)

Weird music > basic bitch music. And there's no weirder DJs than Black Boots. Today the Las Vegas duo released their newest remix of the Fugees' "Killing Me Softly".  They took a classic and as Missy Elliot would say, "They put their thing down, flip it, and reverse it". Time to get weird.

Free download: The Fugees - Killing Me Softly (Black Boots Remix)



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Monday, June 16, 2014

TILT Spotlight: Betatraxx (Premiere + Interview)


Not only was Betatraxx kind enough to answer a few questions for us for this spotlight, but he's also giving us the first listen to his new super bass-y downtempo electro remix of Bean's "Cops And Robbers". Go ahead. It's the bomb. A quick interview with the dude follows...



Yo BETATRAXX! What's good man? What's new in your world other than these thumping dance tunes?

Hey whats up!  Well, feels like all I’ve been doing to producing every day, but I actually have been working hard to develop in some other areas.  I’ve been learning guitar, getting real into piano, learning computer programming, but most importantly I just started my own label.  I’ve been wanting to do it for some time now.  It’s really as a means to distribute whatever I want, whenever I want and stop having to wait for approve from some A&R rep at a random dance music label.  Of course for big tracks and features I’ll be going through other labels, but my own label allows me to be creative in any way I want.

That's what's up dude... What do you got on the horizon musically?

All kinds of stuff.  I’ve finished my album and am speaking with labels now for distribution.  It’s a full concept album, but its not a throwback album or referencing some other genre like every album I hear every day.  Id like to think its different.  This might sound crazy but I stopped listening to music a little while back and am trying to not be influenced by any current trends.  Of course everyone is influenced by the world around them, and I do listen to a decent amount of classical music, but I am trying to influence myself from my own music and have it build in its own direction.  

But before that come out I’ll be releasing some singles that are more just for fun and less serious than the album.  Oh! also in August I’ll be releasing a wild track featuring Julliete Lewis.  You can see a video of me playing it here...


Where do you find your inspiration? Like what gets these tracks brewing? How do you keep the sound fresh?

Well the root of all my songs starts classically.  I write a short classical version of each song.  Whether the final product even resembles that at the end varies, but it always starts on my piano.  A lot of the time I’ll write a full song but just loop my favorite part of it and that will be the song.  It kind of gives it a remix / sample effect even though its all original.

You've been working with a lot of really cool people out here... What's been some of your most memorable experiences in the industry?

Soloing back and forth with Slash in the studio has to be up there with one of the most amazing experiences.  We were just jamming throwing ideas around the then someone leans in and goes “you realize what you’re doing right now right?”  and I kind of started to sweat a bit and mess up haha.  Second to that I made a track with Marc Foster from Foster the People.  Sadly it will never come out, but watching him in the studio, singing all his harmonies and layers without stopping the song.  That’s some real talent.  

Holy shit, yeah, that's real... Best party ever?

This is going to be a cop out but I don’t think I’ve even come close to seeing my favorite party yet.  The video of me playing in Mysteringland in 2012 was pretty amazing though.  South American fans are wild.

What's your vision for BETATRAXX now? Like where do you want to be versus where you are now? What do you think it'll take to get there?

I feel like I haven’t even started my career yet.  I’m building a full live show so I can actually perform all my songs live, I’m working on music videos, I’ve have over like 50 unreleased songs.  The problem has been getting the right people behind it to pull it all together.  I have this vision in my head and I don’t want to just dump everything out there and see what happens.  I want to present it right how I see it, and it’ll all make sense.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Dj Rell - Bounce 2 The Beat #B2TB


"This track is one to get you out of your seats. It has a hype energy level that instructs the listener to bounce to the beat that goes from left to right. LOL I really hope you enjoy this one." - Dj Rell

This one's too fun. Enjoy. :)

Monday, June 9, 2014

DJ Sweap x Doobious - F.A.T.G. (F#*k All The Girls)


This one I think might appeal to every single man in this world. DJ Sweap and Doobious laid down a ginormous beat to accompany a couple of Tenuchi's most profound lines -- "I wish I could fuck every girl in the world" & "Back it up and drop it" -- chopped up and screwed up of course. There's even a couple crucial moans in here from a girl getting...yeah. Enjoy "F.A.T.G" below. I'm sure you'll be hearing this one in the clubs this summer. Just be safe out there. ;)