[PREMIERE] Snails & heRobust – Pump This Remix EP Ft. Getter, Ghastly, Apashe, Drezo & More (Full Stream)Posted in Bangin, Premieres by nick | Tags: heRobust, OWSLA, Premiere, Pump This, Remix EP, SNAILS
Montreal bass producer Snails and Atlanta to New York transplant heRobust have been rolling out the remixes of their single "Pump This" which dropped late last year. We've already heard a trapped out VIP version, brutal dubstep remix from Getter, and a funky electro remix from Apashe, today we get to hear two new takes from LA producers Ghastly and Drezo. Ghastly puts his signature future house sound on his remix, with punchy drums and bass wobbles blending with elements from the original for a sick remix. LA up and comer Drezo goes von deeper and puts a heavy hitting deep house spin on the track. You can now stream all the remixes below and pick up your copy on iTunes out today via OWSLA. Be sure to catch Snails on part two of his SNAILIN USA Tour with full dates below. Enjoy
Snails & heRobust – Pump This Remix EP | iTunes
Jul 30 Vulcan Gas Company Austin, TX
Jul 31 The Fillmore Charlotte Charlotte, NC
Aug 01 PROVINCETOWN II Boston, MA
Aug 08 515 Alive Music Festival Des Moines, IA
Aug 09 Moonrise Music Festival Baltimore, MD
Aug 15 ile Soniq Music Festival Montreal, Canada
Aug 28 2720 CHEROKEE St Louis, MO
Aug 29 The Broadberry Richmond, VA
Sep 04 North Coast Music Festival Chicago, IL
Sep 04 Electric Zoo New York, NY
Sep 04 Nocturnal Wonderland San Bernardino, CA
Sep 11 Dancefestopia Kansas City, MO
Sep 25 TomorrowWorld Chattahoochee Hills, GA
Sep 26 Rowdytown (Red Rocks Amphitheatre) Morrison, CO
Oct 01 Peabody's Virginia Beach, VA
Never one to keep their fans waiting on new music, Zeds Dead have surprised us with a remix that truly solidifies their impeccable range across multiple genres. The duo have hopped onboard female Chicago rapper Tink and UK DJ Tazer's fresh "Wet Dollars" track, and ignited a melodic house driven makeover with perfectly placed future bass arrangements spread throughout. Sliding this directly into your summer playlist is a must. We hope an official release with available download is on its way soon. Enjoy
Tazer x Tink – Wet Dollars (Zeds Dead Remix)
Jackal has planted himself as one of the next producers to watch, making his name out of LA thanks to a string of remixes and originals, but none of that compares to what he has in store for us today. "Animal Style" is an all out trap infused twerk ready anthem, which couldn't be anymore perfect for Diplo's Mad Decent, where it is set to be released. This is easily one of the most impressive songs from the producer to date, and screams to be played by all the big names. We are excited to premiere the song today and you can pick up your copy on Mad Decent now. Enjoy!
Jackal – Animal Style | Purchase
Jauz's originals and remixes have been staples amongst just about every DJs festival set this year. This is on top of the producer / DJ also making his mark with some huge festival sets of his own.
Earlier this year his rise was further cemented with the official news of a collaboration with him and bass icon Skrillex. We've heard both producers play out versions of the song over the past few months, but this past weekend it seems the finished version has been shared. At Summer Set Music Festival this weekend a fan captured the most complete recording we've heard yet and Jauz exclaims on the mic the collab is finally finished.
Currently rumored to be titled either "Squad Out", the song blends electro and trap for a high energy stray away from Jauz's signature Future House sound. Watch and listen to the most full preview of the song to date with this 4 minute clip. We can only hope this means an official release date is around the corner. Enjoy!
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