Bassnectar is the king of bass powered music. I caught his set at Red Rocks, and it was epic to say the least. He just knows how to work that bass. Today I’ve got the first track off of his next album Divergent Spectrum, set to release August 2nd. It’s a high energy, bass filled new anthem, complete with crazy Bassnectar samples and all. This track should really only be listend to on a good amount of bass. Find some bass, turn it up, enjoy!
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RJD2 as pictured above uses 4 tables when he spins live, a sight everyone should see at least once. Today I’ve got one of RJ’s newest tracks ‘Might As Well Step Forward’, a real chill beat with a hip hop vibe. I love RJD2′s real chill organic mixed up sound including countless samples from who knows where. I would be surprised if someone didn’t take this track and either rap over it or make a mashup. Check it out this really chill track, kick back and enjoy!
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ATTENTION COLORADO FANS: RJD2 is one of headliners at this years EMU Festival in Snowmass, CO and we are giving away a pair of Open Bar VIP Tickets (free booze, private viewing area, VIP afterparty) for the entire EMU weekend. To enter, just “like” this post and comment below with why you should win. Winner will be picked tonight! For one more day, EMU Festival is selling Single Day tickets for Saturday only (includes The Disco Biscuits, RJD2, Leftover Salmon, Perpetual Groove, Tea Leaf Green). They will be available through the end of the day today at http://emufestival.com/tickets.
Avicii is a beast, and today I’ve got a new remix of his track ‘Fade Into Darkness’. This tracks’s happy piano line carries the track throughout Electronic remixes typically have too much electronic sounds that end up drowning out the real instrument. Alex Prigenzi does a great job at keeping the organic feeling of the piano while adding that bassy house kick. Mixed with the Fade Into Darkness vocals and you’ve got a perfect summer house track. Check it out, turn it up, enjoy!
Shwayze and Cisco Adler watch out, this new summer vibed duo is back with they’re second single following up ‘Be Easy’ ft. Kinetics. This track has that same feel good summer vibe, with acoustic and all. Loggy drops some great bars, and Cocktail has some chill hooks. I’m really excited to see where this group is going. Check out this track, chill, and enjoy!
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Jolene (Robotic Pirate Monkey Live Remix ft. Pretty Lights) – Dolly Parton : Must Hear Chill Dubstep Remix + Denver Show Promo No Fee TicketsPosted in Bangin, Events by nick | Tags: Dolly Parton, Event, Remix, Robotic Pirate Monkey
I love pretty much everything that comes out of Robotic Pirate Monkey aka RPM. These boys are killing it, and have recently just dropped a new LIVE MIX of one of their hit epic remixes, Jolene by Dolly Parton. The original track, debuting on the Distrubing Pleasant Streets album was very catchy and got me hooked on RPM, and now this new LIVE MIX of the track, featuring a little Pretty Lights at the end, is even better. Turn up the bass, sing along to some Dolly, enjoy!
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ATTENTION COLORADO FANS: RPM is going to be playing at The Bluebird Theatre in Denver alongside Sorry for Partying, Mo: Rockin, Logan from 2DUBAII, and Sunset Society. This show is going to be rowdy, and definitely not one to miss. Tickets are on sale here and are going fast, so don’t miss out. And we’ve got a limited amount of tickets to sell without service fees for only $10. Click here to buy the tickets without services fees for $10(these will go fast!) SOLDOUT Buy Tickets Here. We are also looking for some people in Denver that want to help out with our Street Team, helping promote shows and the site and getting free tickets, shirts, and more. Send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on the street team!
Robotic Pirate Monkey
w/ Sorry for Partying
& Mo: Rockin, Logan of 2DUBAII, Sunset Society
Friday, July 8th
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Lazerdisk Party Sex, the Burlington based electro duo is back with another really sick new remix. They brought you the really sick remix to Dirty Talk by Wynter Gordon. This remix has got it all, and goes all over the place. It’s got a lot of energy, bass, funkiness, and just the right amount of the original. I definitely have liked some Lazerdisk, but this track might be my favorite. Turn up the bass, get wild, enjoy!
N.W.A.’s classic ‘Fuck the Police’ will always be a classic hip hop track, and now Figure has taken the classic and gave a heavy reworking. This is remix is not for the feint of heart, being very filthy, and filled to the brim with bass. I love this remix and how it has some original samples of the song, mixed with the abrupt in your face whomps. Turn the bass up for this one and enjoy!
Fabolous is a name I hadn’t heard much of lately, and then my homie Chris showed me his mixtape that dropped in April and I knew I had to post it. It’s a real sick chill hip hop tape with some great song beat choices. He goes in over some familiar beats that you may recognize from artists like J. Cole and more. It’s got a real chill feel throughout with some great flow and lyrics from Fabolous. This is defintely one to download the whole thing and enjoy all the way through. Check it out, chill, enjoy!
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Today I’ve got a great new remix of an catchy indie track that comes together for the perfect combination. DJ Skeet Skeet remixed the track ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ by Foster the People. The track has enough of the original track for you to fall in love with the track, start singing along, and then drops to a perfect high energy house drop. It’s got some massive summer vibes, turn it up, enjoy!
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Benzi & Mike Posner & Luvstep – The Dubstep Special : Exclusive New Hour Mix + 30 Individual Tracks (featuring Flux Pavillion, Caspa, Diplo, and more)Posted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: BANGER, DJ Benzi, Dubstep, Electronic, Heavy, mike posner, Mix
So I’ve been getting tons of requests for more mixes so that you guys can just press play and have an instant party soundtrack, well today I’ve got just the cure. DJ Benzi teamed up with Mike Posner to make an hour long mix filled with tons of exclusive and unreleased dubstep tracks, as well a ton of your favorites. This is the long awaited full version, with separated tracks for the first time for those who don’t want this continuous mix, exclusively on TSIS. There’s everyone from Diplo to Flux Pavillion to Caspa on the mix. Turn up the bass, let the party start, enjoy!
01. Mike Posner & DJ Benzi “Introduction”
02. Mike Posner “Bow Chicka Wow Wow (Gianni Marino Remix)”
03. Kelly Rowland & Lil Wayne “Motivation (Diplo Remix)”
04. Dev & The Cataracs “Bass Down Low (Proper Villians Remix)”
05. Simian Mobile Disco “Cruel Intentions (Joker Remix)”
06. Example “Changed The Way You Kissed Me (Mensah Remix)”
07. Freestylers & Belle Humble “Cracks (Flux Pavillion Remix)”
08. DJ Fresh “Gold Dust (Flux Pavillion Remix)”
09. Win-Win “Interleave (Kingdom Remix)”
10. Notorious BIG & Bone Thugs-N-Harmony “Notorious Thugs”
11. Deadmau5 & Kaskade “I Remember (Caspa Remix)”
12. Phetsa & Reija Lee “Run You Down”
13. Kanye West “All Of The Lights (Gianni Marino Remix)”
14. Soulja Boy “Pretty Boy Swag (Dubstep Remix)”
15. Lil Jon & Rusko “What U Gon Do (Dave Luxe Remix)”
16. Waka Flocka Flame “Grove St. Party”
17. Nero “Innocence”
18. Wiz Khalifa “On My Level”
19. Katy B & Ms. Dynamite “Lights On (Skream Remix)”
20. Ginuwine “Pony (Boson Remix)”
21. Starkey & Anneka “Paradise”
22. Ellie Goulding “Your Song (Blackmill Remix)”
23. Kito & Reija Lee “Sweet Talk”
24. Band of Horses “The Funeral (Butch Clancy Remix)”
25. The Weeknd “High For This (Flufftronix Remix)”
26. The-Dream “Take Care Of Me (Figure Remix)”
27. Nero “Guilt”
28. Derek Allen “Spirits In The Material World”
29. Dillon Francis “Beautician”
30. Flufftronix “Interstellar”
31. Benzi presents.. Silver Medallion “All I Ask (Get Right Records)”
Adele – Rolling In The Deep (Deathstar Remix) : Epic New Dubstep Remix from MartyParty + Minnesota CollaborationPosted in Bangin by sage | Tags: Adele, BANGER, Dubstep, Electronic, Glitch, MartyParty, Minnesota, Remix
Rolling In The Deep is stil one of the most popular songs out and has got to be one of the most remixed tracks I’ve heard since Martin Solveig’s ‘Hello’. We posted the Ben Samples Remix a while back as well as his even more vicious VIP remix, and they both got a ton of love. This remix is as sick as the last one of not better. Deathstar is the brand new collaboration between producers Marty Party and Minnesota. This song is a preview of their new material. This song is the perfect combination of the two producers. Minnesota keeps the track very melodic while Marty Party brings the huge lead. I think Deathstar is an appropriate name for this duo because they will no doubt be destroying entire planets with their bass. Turn it up and enjoy!
Pretty Lights – Pretty Lights vs Summertime : Must Hear New Electronic Remix/Mashup sampling 8 Summertime songsPosted in Bangin, Chill, Video by nick | Tags: Chill, Laid Back, Mashup, pretty lights, Remix, Sublime, Summer
Pretty Lights just won’t stop, recently dropping the epic new Bonnaroo video and new single ‘I Know The Truth’, and the Nirvana vs Radiohead vs NIN mashup/remix, now he’s back with a new track sampling 8 different summer tracks. This new summer track samples some clasic notable summer tracks from artists like Sublime, and some you probably have never heard. He adds his Pretty Lights electronic magic to the mix, and hit is born. Check it out, turn it up, chill, enjoy!
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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