I know, I almost didn’t even want to listen to another Levels remix, but the person giving me this track was persistent, and I’m glad. I’ve got an amazing new elctro house / disco remix of one of the most popular songs from the past year “Levels” by Avicii. It’s hard to follow up the Skrillex’s massive remix, but this one packs a crunchy electro punch with a fun disco vibe. It’s blend of electro houes and disco reminds me of TheFatRat’s last remix. Turn up the bass for this one, rage to Levels one last time, enjoy!
Avicii – Next Levels (TheFatRat Remix) | Direct Download
Today I’ve got a seriously must hear new track combining the best parts of hip hop and electronic for a track that I can’t stop listening to. It’s from a new projet of Eligh the rapper from Living Legends, and Amp Live, the DJ / producer in Zion-I. Well they teamed up for some new music, and this track features the other half of Zion-I Zumbi, and The Grouch. With an all star cast like this you can expect it to be epic, and it does so well. It’s got a hip hop vibe with an electronic edge, and sick rapping from everyone. This track has been on repeat. Find some good speakers, blast this, enjoy our new favorite track!
Eligh & Amp Live – Destination Unknown Ft. The Grouch & Zumbi | Direct Download
Purchase All of Eligh through iTunes Here
Skrillex, Flux Pavilion, and Digitalism – Syndicate Free Remixes : Filthy Electro/Moombahton/Dubstep BangersPosted in Bangin by shorne | Tags: BANGER, Digitalism, Electronic, Flux Pavilion, Moombahton, Remix, Skrillex, Syndicate
With the forthcoming release of the first person shooter Syndicate approaching, the creators decided to get some electronic heavy weights to do a few remixes of the games original 8 bit theme song, much like the most recent electronic album for the Mortal Kombat game. Needless to say they made some excellent choices. Skrillex, Flux, and Digitalism all transform the original into their very own unique take on the track. Flux and Skrillex both drop it down to that lower tempo with some Moombahton madness, as well as an electro remix from Digitalism that will get your fist pumping for sure. Enjoy these bangers and turn up the bass!
Skrillex – Syndicate | Direct Download
Flux Pavilion – Syndicate | Direct Download
Digitalism – Syndicate | Direct Download
Dirt Nasty – 1980 : Must Hear Outrageous Hip Hop Song + Music Video + Remix [EXPLICIT] : Also Details on Malibu Event “Dirty Shwasted Love”Posted in Bangin, Chill, Events, Video by nick | Tags: Dirt Nasty, Malibu, Shwaysted Fridays, Shwayze
Alright a ton of you already have know about this guy for years, but for those unaware, I’d like to introduce you to Dirt Nasty, an outrageous rapper from the Bay Area in California. The only way to explain his style of rapping, is that it’s almost got a little Dave Chappelle influence, and I say that in the best way possible. He’s a sick rapper, with a comical swag unlike any I’ve ever heard. This track and music video “1980” is hilarious, and so catchy, by the end of it you’ll be dancing and singing along, no matter if your appalled or not. It doesn’t sound like anything I’ve ever heard, it’s hilariously awesome. Enjoy!
Dirt Nasty – 1980 | Direct Download
For those who didn’t know we started teaming up with Shwayze for a new monthly party combining electronic and hip hop music and all sorts of suprises, Shwasted Fridays. Right now it’s taking place at Malibu Inn, located in Malibu, CA. Below is a video for last month’s event, and for this month’s event “Dirty Shwasted Love” we’ve got Dirt Nasty performing live, alongside rapper Riff Raff, a Dj set from Shwayze and more Friday February 10th at the Malibu Inn again. This event is 18+, and should be one to remember. Grab Tickets Here.
Shwayze and Thissongissick present “Dirty Shwaysted Love” February 10th
W.E.E.D. – I Won’t Go (Ft. Adele) | Download Used as background music in the video above
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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