Zeds Dead has established themselves as two of the most prominent producers in Dubstep. The Canadian producers have been killing it for the past few years with melodic synths and huge unique basslines. This song starts off real mellow with a nice beat with beautifully blendend vocals. It drops pretty suddenly with a pretty mellow buildup, but the bassline is sick. Its heavy, hard, and beautiful all at the same time. This song might be the perfect way to start you day with a little dub, or maybe end it.
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Today I’ve got a hilarious video accompanying a very sick mashup from Madeon, the young producer who brought you the incredible electro house Deadmau5 – Raise Your Weapon remix among others. It’s called ‘Pop Culture’ and features 39 different songs all mashed together for a really unique energetic mashup that flows so perfectly. The songs features everyone from Chromeo and Daft Punk to Deadmau5 and Lady Gaga. The video below is the original of him playing it live which came out back in July, and above is a hilarious new dance tribute video done for it. Turn up the track, enjoy both!
Full Tracklist and Original Video After the Jump (Click Read More)
Feed Me, the bass packed electro producer who brought you the massive Nero – Innocence and Robyn – Call Your Girlfriend remixes, and was featured in a few filthy mashups we’ve posted, is back with a brand new original super crunchy electro track. It’s got a real long, nasty buildup, then it finally drops at 1:45 and its’ super filthy. It’s got an almost eerie tone to it, but it works incredibly well. He always manages to pull some sounds I’ve never heard before. Turn up the bass, sit back, enjoy! Also included one of my favorite Feed Me originals.
Bonus: Feed Me – Grand Theft Ecstacy | Direct Download
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ATTENTION COLORADO FANS: We are excited to be bringing Feed Me to The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colroado this Thursday September 1st. I caught his set at Electric Forrest this year and had to bring him to Boulder. Tickets are almost soldout, so pick yours up asap! Buy Tickets Here | Official Facebook Event Here
Today i’ve got a great new track from newcoming Tarik. He’s a 21 year old based out of Brooklyn, NY and has some serious skill. This track has got an amazing beat with a very catchy sample, it’s very chill, but has an electronic kick. Tarik starts off with some nice calm bars, then lets really hear his flow. He talks a big game, we’ll see if he delivers when he drops his mixtape T.R.I.G.S. that we’re helping sponsor coming out at the end of Septmeber. I’m sold on this guy after this track, and have been playing it on repeat. Check it out, chill, enjoy!
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BONUS: Music Video after the jump, (click the link below)
Robotic Pirate Monkey – Rio de Fuego (Official Release) : Sick New Electronic / Dubstep / Jam SinglePosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Dubstep, Electronic, Filthy, Robotic Pirate Monkey, Sampling
So just last week we posted Robotic Pirate Monkey’s HD summer live video recap featuring the single ‘Rio De Fuego’, but we didn’t get a download with it. Well today we get the download of this pretty sick new single from RPM. I love this style, it’s got a great blend of sampling, upbeat rhythm, and packed with bass. I love groups who defy genres like they do. Check out this track, turn up the bass, enjoy!
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BONUS VIDEO TO GO WITH IT AFTER THE JUMP (Click Read More Below)
Today I’ve got a sick new rap remix from Na Palm the Chicago rapper who tends to go with the electronic beats. Today he went in over ‘Understand Me Now’ by Pretty Lights. This track isn’t officially collaborated, but the outcome sounds spot on. The track is already amazingly well done by Pretty Lights, and it’s cool to here a new rap version of it. His beats were almost meant for rappers to go in over. Check out this chill track, turn up the bass, enjoy!
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Today I’m really excited to bring to you one of the sickest sounding electronic EPs I’ve heard in awhile. It’s the 4 song Blackhawk EP release from James Egbert, the incredibly talented young producer from Denver, Colorado. We’ve already posted his Isle of Capri and Lady Luck singles off this EP, which both got an incredible response, and now we’re here to bring the rest of the EP. Both the two new songs Blackhawk and The Lodge are just as epic as the two previously posted. I love James’ unique blend of calm and danceable trance mixed with hard hitting brutal electro. He please the house and trance fans, while also keeping the bass heavy fans on their toes. This EP is also released through Beatport today, so we encourage everyone to head over there and purchase it and support the artist. But we’ve also worked with James to bring you guys an entire full free version, so feel free to spread this! Check out this EP, turn up the bass, enjoy!
Coldplay – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Swedish House Mafia Remix) : Epic Must Hear New House RemixPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Coldplay, Dance, Electronic, House, Remix, Swedish House Mafia
Today I’ve got an epic new very catchy remix by Swedish House Mafia, and for this one they remix English based group Coldplay. The result is a remix that’s as massive as some of there originals. The vocals mix with synths and basslines perfectly for a combination that I couldn’t have expected to go better. It’s like lead singer Chris Martin was meant for electronic music. It’s got a very happy and epic feeling throughout. Check it out, turn it up, 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 have grown a lot since, but the original goal has stayed the same, making it easier for you to discover sick new music you have 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 Thissongissick, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and other fresh genres to a worldwide following that now reaches millions of music lovers over 110+ countries, every single month. Make yourself at home, enjoy countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears. Enjoy!