Fedde Le Grand is quite the sick house DJ, popular for ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’ which is a very sick track that gets remixed alot. I’ve got a remix from Fedde Le Grand ft. Mr. V of the song ‘Back & Forth’. This song is very sick, and upbeat. It starts off with a lot of energy, but you have to listen to the drop, cause when it happens, shit gets real haha. This is one of the songs you blast on the best possible system with the biggest subs. Even if you have to settle for iPod headphones it will still be sick, enjoy!
Back & Forth (Fedde’s Future Funk Remix) – Fedde Le Grand ft. Mr. V | Download
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Kid Cudi, one of my favorite rappers by far, and finally we get to start hearing some of the new songs off his album Man On The Moon II The Legend Of Mr. Rager. The first track, ‘Erase Me’ ft. Kanye West had a different flavor, but it was just as sick as his older stuff. Today the track is called ‘Mojo So Dope’ and it reminds me a lot more of his first cd, so some people who were a little turned off by the rock influence on the first single, have no fear. There was a few snippets of this song going around, but I try to only post quality songs you would actually listen to in yout playlists, so here’s the High Quality full version. It’s a slower paced track with some nice complimenting vocals. This track really is sooo sick, lives up to the Kid Cudi level of expectation, and the more I listen to it the more I love it. Turn it up and enjoy!
Mojo So Dope – Kid Cudi | Download
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Na Palm is one of the sickest up an coming rappers around. He’s got something different, he captures that laid back party rap image which is just fun to listen to and perfect for parties and hanging with friends. You guys loved ‘What’s Yo Name?’ and for a good reason, and that was only the first track off his upcoming debut mixtape Dirty Girls Like Dirty Beats which you can catch here next Tuesday. Today i’ve got two more tracks from the album and both are very sick. ‘Get It In’ has got a mainstream hip-hop feel, with the beat being produced by Prolyfic. Next up is my second favorite track to leak off the new mixtape, ‘Road To Fame’ ft. Ben Fuller. The track is very chill and laid back and continues the summer feel songs I’ve been posting lately. Enjoy both songs and be sure to check back Sunday for an exclusive leak off the new mixtape.
Road To Fame – Na Palm | Download
Get It In – Na Palm |Â Download
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Pretty Lights is from Ft. Collins, very close to Boulder where I’m from, and they are definitely one of my favorite groups. Derek Smith Djing and Adam Deitch playing the live drums makes for one of the by far the best groups performing live today. I god to see them perform for the University of Colorado (CU) Welcome concert last fall and they blew me away and Ibecoem and instant fan. You guys loved the last EP of theirs that I posted, and I know this EP is not going to be any different. It’s 6 songs, and all of them capture the groovy/bass filled/Â awesomenessÂ of Pretty Lights that lots of have people have grown to love. Starting from the first song it captures the Pretty Lights that I love in a new better well done fashion. I highlyÂ recommendÂ downloadingÂ the entire EP as it is verrrry sick, but download individual tracks if ytou feel the need. Visit Their Online Store for any Pretty Lights purchases. Enjoy!
High School Art Class – Pretty Lights |Â Download
Hot Like Dimes – Pretty Lights | Download
Let The Word Hurry By – Pretty Lights | Download
Look Both Ways – Pretty Lights | Download
Forever Lost Â – Pretty Lights | Download
A Million Tomorrows – Pretty Lights | Download
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick