Just last week the Canadian duo Zeds Dead played a soldout two night run at The Ogden Theater in Denver, CO. Now this was a very epic 2 nights, filled with severe amounts of bass, raging, sweat, and love for electronic music. Zeds Dead does an amazing job and blending all your favorite types of music for an action packed show that never leaves you on your toes. Because this was the first time Zeds Dead had done a 2 night run, they brought out rapper Omar LinX to make the two nights even more memorable.
Cinesthetics caught the entire two night experience, from the rowdiness and raw energy of the shows, to the more personal post show shots. (Cinesthetics is the company we teamed up with to bring the Avicii at Red Rocks and the Wolfgang Gartner videos). This video has epic visuals, alongside live audio from the show, and studio versions of unreleased Zeds tracks. TSIS helped Denver based Souls In Action with the concert, and are glad to be working with them on some exciting events in the future.
Enjoy this TSIS Premiere, featuring two unreleased Zeds Dead tracks! The first is a brand new bass powered anthem called ‘Ruckus the Jam’ that’s getting released on Dim Mak records in a few weeks, and the second is the unreleased Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead VIP Remix) (W/ Omar LinX Jackie Boy Vocals). Both of these tracks have only been played in their live sets. They were kind enough to hook us up with the exclusive download of the Eyes On Fire VIP Remix, extra filthy. Turn up the bass, enjoy!
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Zeds Dead – Ruckus the Jam | Available for Purchase Soon!
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Logic, the incredibly talented rapper who brought the Young Sinatra mixtape is here with a new unique video concept. It’s the music video of the song ‘Live on the Air’ off of Young Sinatra, but this is actually a video of him recording this track live on the air. In the original song you hear him at a radio station recording with DJ commentary, well that was real, and here’s the radio station where the track was recorded at. The video is well put together and shows Logic killing it, and is a crazy concept that the audio for this has been out before the video. This further shows the raw talent that Logic possesses, really showing us what fast talented rapping should sound like. Check it out, enjoy!
Today I’ve got another track truly showcasing why Big Gigantic’s sound is on another level. This is the second song off their upcoming Nocturnal album set to release January 11th for free. We got the first sample of this new album with the track Rise and Shine. Well this song, with the same name is the new album ‘Nocturnal’, is another very well made track. It has an amazing mixture of infectious musical rhythm and melodies fused with a hard hitting bass. From the beginning to finish the song truly sounds like something I’ve never heard before, in the best way possible. I can’t wait for the full album in January. For now, turn up this track and enjoy!
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Today I’ve got the music video for one of the biggest anthems I’ve heard in awhile, Levels by Avicii. Well it’s about time that the official music video gets released to the track. It’s a comical story following an office worker as he begins to rage in the workplace, then sings the breakdown while pushing a boulder up a mountain, and then ends in a hospital with a flower in his mouth… Seriously. I got a little lost, regardless it’s always cool to see some official visuals to a song that is so epic. Enjoy!
Avicii – Levels | iTunes
BONUS: So with all of the Levels remixes going around (like Hardwell and FTampa’s), it only seems fitting Skrillex should take a shot at it. Well below is video of him dropping the track for the first time ever at a show in Sheffield over in the UK. I typically hate low quality stuff like this, but it’s sounding like it ‘s going to be one of the biggest remixes in a long time. Check it out, snag the live preview, enjoy!
Avicii – Levels (Skrillex Remix) (Preview)
Today I’ve got a heavy new dubstep track complete with a funny sample and a lot of bass. It’s a track from Acetronik, the amazing electro house producer who brought the More Than Words Electro House remix. This track starts off from the beginning with a good amount of bass and energy, and some great vocal sampling. It’s got a very funky feel to it, almost reminding me of a theme park or video games. Then the bass comes SMASHING in.This song can also be purchased through Beatport Here. Turn your speakers up for this one, enjoy!
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Robotic Pirate Monkey, the trio from Boulder who’s dropped a few notable mixtapes, remixes, and singles on the site, is back with the last single off their upcoming full album Colors In Disguise coming out next Monday December 5th. The first two Rio De Fuego and Party Animal were pretty sick, but I really am loving this one. It starts with an amazing use of sampling, builds up and then quickly crushes to a filthy bass filled drop. The song has a slower speed giving it a different feel that works very well. The classic sample mixed flawlessly with this unique sounding bass throughout really gives it that unique sound that it seems like they’re carving. Find some massive speakers, turn up the bass, 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!