Martin Garrix continues his rise to the top of electronic music charts with a beefed out Edit of "Crackin" from Dutch duo Bassjackers. While the edit leaves a lot of the original intact, the second drop lays down the signature equally melodic and anthemic sound of Garrix leaving you in a daze. This songs is now available to stream in full and pick up your copy through Beatport.
Bassjackers – Crackin (Martin Garrix Edit) | Beatport
Fresh after dropping us “Let’s Get Weird” the Bassjackers team up with Hardstyle legend Showtek for a massive track. “Hey!” is a straight bass infused anthem that would techically get classified as Electro House, but both Bassjackers and Showtek’s roots shine through strongly. This is the track for shutting down the biggest festival, or any set, or on your next playlist. Can’t get over how intense this is, and the video shows exactly how it does destroy crowds live. No download yet, just a video for now. Turn this up, enjoy!
Showtek & Bassjackers – Hey!
How about a nice upbeat electro song to get your week started. It’s from Bassjackers the bass heavy duo who hasn’t been featured since their EDC Las Vegas Live Set. Well today we’ve got their latest single “Let’s Get Weird”, which they call “Dutch Electro House”. It’s got a the powerful electro house edge with the all out party elements of dutch house fused together perfectly. Turn up this song, and get weird. Enjoy!
Bassjackers – Let’s Get Weird | Direct Download
Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2012 Live Sets (Post 3 + 4 of 5) : Knife Party, Kaskade, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, BassjackersPosted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: Bassjackers, EDC 2012 Las Vegas, Electric Daisy Carnival, Hardwell, Kaskade, Knife Party, Las Vegas, Nicky Romero
Alright as we were planning our last posts and do to some of the DJ’s really not wanting there sets online we realized it made more sense to combined posts 3 and 4 into a big post. Kicking off this post is one of most buzzed acts at EDC Knife Party, and for a good reason. Their song choice was amazing, dropping tons of unrleased VIPs, remixes, and bootlegs. Next up is Kaskade‘s set, the king of feel good smoother electronic music, but surprisingly plays a harder hitting electro spiked set. Apparently everyone is going harder. Next up is Hardwell where he delivers another solid electro house set at the festival, with his own vibe. He plays that majority of his own tracks, fused with the big ones, and filled with tons of bootleg mashups. Nicky Romero delivers a great progressive house set. Next up Bassjackers throws down a heavy electro house set. Enjoy all the sets and look out for the last post. Enjoy!
Knife Party – Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas) | Download
Kaskade – Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas) | Download
Hardwell – Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas) | Download
Nicky Romero – Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas) | Download
Bassjackers – Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas) | Download
Today I’ve got a BANGER that put a smile on my face within the first 10 seconds. It’s very electronic, but it’s sooo catchy I know this song’s going to be a hit. It’s a rediculous remix from Bassjackers of the track ‘Red Meat’ from Dada Life who brought the BANGER ‘Unleash The Fucking Dada’. This was taken from ‘Tiesto’s Club Life’, his weekly podcast. This song starts off with a very cool sounding electronic sound, then the bass drops and the party begins. This song is filled with so much energy, and it never gets old. Turn the bass up, blast your new favorite house BANGER. Enjoy!
Red Meat (Bassjackers Remix) – Dada Life
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