Weezer – (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To (Steve Aoki Remix): BANGER REMIX + [AOKI LIVE 2/2]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Electro, House, Remix, Steve Aoki, Weezer
Steve Aoki can take any song and make it into a serious BANGER. He’s made Drake’s Forever and N.A.S.A.’s Gifted (ft. Kanye West) among otheres into serious dance BANGERS. And then I saw Weezer + Steve Aoki, could he make it work? oh yes, and it’s very sick. He takes the song ‘(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To’ by Weezer and creates a house/electro bass filled anthem that’s got some great vocal sampling from Weezer. It’s got a ton of energy, and alot going on. And if you missed the last Aoki show TSIS was apart of look below for info on his return to Boulder this wednesday! Turn the bass up and enjoy!
Be sure to come out and catch Steve Aoki performing live alongside Fisk of Fresh2Death, Sorry for Partying, Jflash and Marshall Barnes this Wednesday 2/2 at The Boulder Theatre in Boulder, CO. Be sure to purchase your tickets before it sells out, and “like” and comment on this post with your favorite Aoki track for your chance of winning a pair of tickets to the event.
(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To (Steve Aoki Remix) – Weezer | Download
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Wiz Khalifa announced that his debut major label release Rolling Papers would be coming out on March 29th. This cd is going to make Wiz Khalifa the biggest thing in hip-hop this year in my opinion. I can’t think of any other rapper going into the mainstream scene with such a massive fan base. I’ve posted a lot of Wiz Khalifa on the site, a best of compilation mixtape The Chronic 2010, some real sick remixes and more. Now I’ve got what looks to be one of the first new singles off his debut release called ‘Roll Up’, and this song is pretty sick. Has real laid back flow, but sounds solidly produced. I can’t wait to hear more new Wiz Khalifa, but hope it stops sounding like Wiz changing for the mainstream. Check it out, chill and enjoy!
Roll Up – Wiz Khalifa | Download
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Skrillex really has become the hottest thing in upcoming electronic music, with his bass heavy BANGERS that almost everyone seems to fall in love with. Well Benny Benassi is coming out with a new album and one of the upcoming singles Cinema (Ft. Gary Go) has gotten remixed by the very sick Skrillex, who brought you the epic Hey Sexy Lady, and In For The Kill remixes among others. It’s got his signature sound, huge amounts of bass, yet somehow very calm at parts. Skrillex is defintely one of my favorite producers, and it’s like christmas everytime I hear something new. Turn up the bass and enjoy!
UPDATE: This song became one of the biggest remixes released in 2011.
Cinema – Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go
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If you’re not aware of the indie group Local Natives, well you’re missing out. Check out some of the orignal stuff here, and here’s a real sick trippy sounding BANGER remix to the song ‘Wide Eyes’. It’s done by Lewis Pesacov from Fool’s Gold Records and he also recruited the rapper Aristotle. The outcome is seriously such a sick unique sounding remix, with the best parts from the orignal, awesome bass, and great rapping. Props to my cousin Alex for sending me this one. Turn up the bass and enjoy!
Eyes Wide (Fool’s Gold Remix ft. Aristotle) – Local Natives | Download
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Here’s another chilled out single from Dean and Ravo, who brought you you Walking Around. The only way to explain them to someone new is, Citizen Cope, but with a hip-hop influence. I’ve grown pretty fond of there style and it’s perfect for when I wanna chill. This latest song ‘End of the Week’ is a real great one, with a poppy hip-hop sounding beat, but with their same soulful rapping and singing combo. I may like this song more then the last one. The more I listen to it,the more I enjoy it. I’m happy to announce I’ll be sponsoring the exclusive release of their upcoming A to B mixtape which I’m stoked for everyone to hear. Check this out and enjoy!
End of the Week – Dean and Ravo | Download
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Derek Vincent, the man behind Pretty Lights, who has brought you the amazing albums/eps Glowing in the Darkest Night, Spilling Over Every Side, and Making Up A Changing Mind among others, all completely for free. Now Derek has created his own record label Pretty Lights Music, following the same idea of distributing amazing quality music for free, in hopes of building a larger fanbase and selling out shows. Now here’s Levitate, and 8 song ep by Paper Diamond. I showcased his BANGER Kanye West – Power remix, and this album has a simliar sound. It remind me of Pretty Lights for sure, but with no samples, and a different flavor. Not sure how to put it, it’s little more bass oriented, and more almost trippy. Whatever it is, you should should definitely give it a listen, and the first time my friend heard he didn’t think much of it, then second time through fell in love. So definitely give it a chance, turn it up, and enjoy!
From Now Till… – Paper Diamond | Download
All Green Lights – Paper Diamond | Download
Steady Swinging – Paper Diamond | Download
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I try not to feature to much of one artist, but lately I’ve been on a little bit of a Wiz Khalifa kick because his hit Black and Yellow sparked countless remixes. I featured Black and Yellow (DJ Kue Remix) which had a real sick electro/dubstep sound to it, but now I have may have the sickest remix out, which Wiz has personally said he aproves. It’s a collaboration remix done by Big Gigantic, who brought you the I Need a Dolla and Opposite of Adults (KIDS) remixes, and Samples who brought you the Justice – Stress and Def Leppard – Women remixes. Now both these forces team up to make a bass filled, jam filled, electronic journey with Wiz’s popular vocals perfectly aligned with it. This is one of my favorite remixes I’ve posted up, so do not sleep on it. Turn it up and enjoy!
Be sure to catch Big Gigantic in concert at The Gothic Theatre in Denver, CO this thursday with Prophet Massive and Project Aspect. “Like” this post and comment with your favorite Big G song to be entered to win a pair of tickets to the event! Buy your tickets to be safe here
I’m here with an exclusive remix I’m very stoked to post. It’s from Burlington DJ/Producer Whole-Z who brought us the infectiously catchy BANGER remix of Edward Sharpes’ Home. The song quickly became one of the site’s favorites and I’ve been waiting for his latest ever since, and now the time is here. He took parts of a song from Phantom of the Opera, mixed it with some Lil Jon vocals, and his own dose of electro/house almost dubstep influence at parts. The song honestly remind me of Deadmau5′s ghosts n stuff. Check it out this remix is a must hear, turn it up and enjoy!
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Macklemore is more then a rapper, he is a storyteller. Each one of his songs paints a vivid picture of what he’s describing, and Ryan Lewis has just as much of an influence with his incredibly produced beats. This brand new song, a leak off their upcoming album, is a perfect example. Great rapping from Macklemore and an amazing beat from Ryan, I’m definitely looking forward to what they have coming. Their V.S. EP was great, and their latest single/video My Oh My shows where they are going. This duo is only starting to get exposed to the audience that they deserve, and I couldn’t be more excited. Check out this sick new song and enjoy!
Wings – Macklemore and Ryan Lewis | Download
Most people have become familiar with Kanye’s anthem single off his last album, Power. It was the song with the painting of music video. I heard a few rapper freestyle over it and some remixes and wasn’t really impressed with any other version, but now I’ve found one of the sickest remixes to the song, and done by Paper Diamond, aka Alex B (who brought you You And I Both Know)of The Pnuma Trio’s new project under Pretty Lights Music, Derek of Pretty Lights’ new label. This is a remix to promote the release of his debut album Levitate due out January 25th, for free. The remix is a combination of dubstep, glitch-hop, and even a little little jazz? Whatever it is, Alex makes it works, and sounds different that most things I’ve heard. The album is sure to be sick, turn it up and enjoy!
Power (Paper Diamond Remix) – Kanye West | Download
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Tayyib Ali – Pretty Little Penthouse (Produced by Brenton Duvall) : Sick Electronic Penthouse Minutes RemixPosted in Chill by nick | Tags: Brenton Duvall, Chill, Electronic, Hip-Hop, indie, Rap, Remix, Tayyib Ali
Today I’ve got a pretty sick song, and the first remix to one of my favorite up and coming artists, Tayyib Ali. I sponsored his Eighteen mixtape which has been a big success, and am going to be sponsoring his upcoming mixtape due out later this year, first single dropping a few weeks. Today I’ve got a sick remix to his track Penthouse Minutes produced by Brenton Duvall who brought you Mean Planes and Taylor Gangs and Lights!. The song has that unique brenton duvall sound, but a little weirder. This remix works good and goes perfect with Tayyib’s vocals, but honestly I thought it was missing a little something and a little short, regardless of it being straight bars, could have been a full on classic. Still sick, just thought it could have used the chorus from Penthouse Minutes. Check it out and enjoy!
Pretty Little Penthouse (Produced by Brenton Duvall) – Tayyib Ali | Download
Here’s a real sick dubstep song, that will give your speakers a good dose of whomp. It’s a collaboration between 2 UK artists Skream and Example, and it’s very well done. It’s crazy that that in the UK dubstep hits radio, and gets well done dubstep music videos, like the official one to this song. This is a real cool dubstep song, and should appeal to a larger audience on account of the bass not completely taking over, and the song having a lot of variety. It’s not like many dubstep tracks I’ve heard, but so sick. Enjoy!
Shot Yourself In The Foot Again (Extended Mix) – Skream and Example | Download
So everyone has probaly heard of Coachella music festival which takes place in California ever year, and if you haven’t fo some reason, say hello to the one of the best festivals of the year. It always has the sickest most diverse lineup of Hip-Hop, Rock, and Electronic music which enough headliners in each category to please everyone. There’s always fake lineups getting released, and now we finally get the real lineup, and it is sooo sick. This year taking place April 15-17th. Out of the hip-hop area, I’m most excited for Kanye, as I have never seen the man perform live. Also very stoked on Nas and Damian, Wiz Khalifa and Tinie Tempah. In the electronic area I’m looking forward to Ratatat, Chromeo, Boys Noize, Crystal Castles, Afrojack, Duck Sauce, Paul van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Chuckie, Skrillex, Steve Angello and Axwell of Swedish House Mafia, and even thought Daft Punk isn’t on the lineup, there’s been strong evidence saying this is going to be their first show of the year, so I’m the most stoked on Daft Punk. Now over in the Indie swing of things, stoked for The Radio Dept., Empire of the Sun, The Black Keys, Animal Collective, and Ellie Goulding among others. There’s a bunch I didn’t mention, I know. Who are you stoked for?
Hoodie Allen, the indie powered white rapper from New York who brought you one of the best mixtapes from last year, Pep Rally brings a new song sampling ‘White Nights’ by Oh Land. This song definitely has a little different flavor from his last album, I feel like Hoodie’s flow is a lot more solid, and the beat is too sick compliments of his talented producer RJF. This is the first sampling off of his upcoming mixtape. And stay tuned for details about Hoodie invading Boulder, CO with some other TSIS favorites. Enjoy!
Dreams Up (Produced by RJF) – Hoodie Allen | 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