The M Machine – Ghosts in the Machine ft. Pennybirdrabbit (Kill the Noise Remix) : Massive Heavy Dubstep / Electro House RemixPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Brutal, Dubstep, Electro House, Heavy, Kill the Noise, The M Machine
Electronic trio The M Machine just got an insanely massive official remix to their song “Ghosts in the Machine” featuring vocalist Pennybirdrabbit from bass fiend Kill the Noise. He re-imagines the already amazing song turning it into an incredible bass fueled monster. This massive facelift manages to deliver all smooth emotion parts of the original in a brutal new fashion. This might be one of my favorite Kill the Noise tracks to date. This will be getting released on The M Machine remix EP set to release later this month. Listen through the stream below. Enjoy!
Kill the Noise’s thoughts on remixing the track:
When they asked me to do the remix I looked at it as a great opportunity to work with musicians that I love. That’s how remixes should go, in my opinion.”
The M Machine – Ghosts in the Machine ft. Pennybirdrabbit (Kill the Noise Remix) | Stream Only
The mysterious Snails follows up his previous collosal Bubble Gun (VIP Remix) with another collaboration with Apashe on the song “Staxx” off the Magnet EP. This song follows the bass heavy trap style with his own unique gritty twist to create a brutal anthem that is sure to get played out by everyone. Watch what you are doing as this track will hit you in the face. It is now available through Beatport. Enjoy!
Snails & Apashe – Staxx | Beatport
Midnight Conspiracy – Satellite : Massive Heavy Electro House Anthem (Limited Free Download) [Ultra] [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Brutal, Electro House, Heavy, massive, Midnight Conspiracy, Ultra Records
Midnight Conspiracy is back with their latest brutal electro house anthem, “Satelllite”. This follows up their previous TSIS premiere of “Sentinel” which featured Cenob1te. This packs an engaging intro that instantly gets you hooked, then adds layer after layer until one of the heaviest drops I have heard in ages. Once it drops, it drops even harder, and never lets up. This is a track that should not be listened to if you have heart problems. This is now available through Ultra Music via Beatport. Turn this up, enjoy!
TSIS EXCLUSIVE LIMITED DOWNLOAD: The guys over at Midnight Conspiracy love This Song Is Sick and our fans so much that they wanted to give out 500 free downloads of this song. But after the 500th download, we will remove the download and it will be purchase only. UPDATE: The free downloads are done, congrats to everyone who grabbed one. You can now purchase the song through Beatport.
Midnight Conspiracy – Satellite |
Limited Download | Beatport
Röyskopp ft. Susanne Sundfør – Running To The Sea (Protohype & Carnage Remix) : Heavy Melodic Dubstex Remix [Free Download]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Brutal, Carnage, Dubstep, Heavy, Protohype, Remix, Röyskopp
Protohype and Carnage team up to give “Running to the Sea” by Norweigan duo Röyskopp fellow Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør a remix that is equally massive and melodic, complete with free download. It starts off with a cinemetic buildup letting you get hooked on the wonderful vocals from Susanne Sundfør. It leads up to one of the most unique sounding agressive drops that never lets up. Everything adds up to a fantastic remix following up their also massive dubstep take on “All Gold Everything” by Trinidad James. Turn this up.
Röyskopp & Susanne Sundfør – Running To The Sea (Protohype & Carnage Remix) | Direct Download
Zeds Dead won’t stop making innovative electronic music that all manages to rattle your speakers and body a different way with every track. The Canadian duo featuring DC and Hooks are going to be releasing their Hot Sauce EP through Diplo’s Mad Decent record label on January 29th and let loose a fierce Minix sampling all 5 tracks. This follows up last year’s free Mad Decent mixtape release Victor ft. Omar Linx. Their new Hot Sauce EP features 5 intrumentals that all push the boundaries of who they are as artists.
As Mad Decent desribed the tracks: “From the opener, “Demons”, a nightmare inducing track with heavy, pulsating synths as well as keys and strings plucked straight from classic horror films to “Mr. Sub”, which displays a more minimalist approach from the duo with a bouncing bass and touches of space-disco synths and “Rave” a breakbeat monster that hits so fast they put in an audible breaths to remind listeners to take one themselves.”
Enjoy the Minimix and come back when it’s available for purchase January 29th.
Hot Sauce EP Tracklist
TheFatRat is an incredible producer and has made countless huge remixes, and even produced a track for Lupe Fiasco. He typically sticks to the funky electro house, yet went out of the box for his debut original release on the worldwide known Spinnin’ Records with a brutal dubstep banger. We got a preview alongside his January Monthly Mix. “Splinter” packs an incredibly suspensful buildup leading to a suprisingly heavy drop that sounds like nothing I have ever heard. The whole track has a certain cinematic quality perfectly suited to be the soundtrack for an ending fight scene from a movie. Make sure you have some speakers with enough bass to handle this track. You can now pick this up through Beatport.
TheFatRat – Splinter | Beatport
Frank Ocean‘s ‘Pyramids’ is a great song.. so why not a bass heavy remix? A trippy intro with Frank’s voice starts the track off, progressing to an unexpected drop. There’s some intense synths that sound like there from a rave anthem.. then the bass drops HARD. It then progresses through a massive attack of bass that will make you move your head. Find some massive speakers to properly listen, enjoy!
Frank Ocean – Pyramids (Baratone Remix) | Direct Download
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Let me introduce you to Don Winsley, a MASSIVE producer from Asheville, North Carolina. Rise Of the Weasel King is his newest project featuring 10 tracks spanning over countless genres. He fuse some fresh noises with a some brutal bass sounds for a combination I’ve never heard. One of my favorite tracks was one of the more groove filled almost disco tracks “You Move Me” featuring Nashville duo Cherub. Then on the other side of the spectrum was some of the more brutal dubstep BANGERS like the album titled track “Rise Of The Weasel King”. Also thrown in a varity of other tracks you sounding like nothing you’ve ever heard, including and spacey anthem “Space Is The Place”. All in all it was a quality album, although not available for download, it is for purchase through beatport. You can also stream the whole thing below. Enjoy!
Don Winsley – Rise Of The Weasel King | Purchase through Beatport
Don Winsley (ft. Cherub) – You Move Me | Beatport
Don Winsley – Rise Of the Weasel King | Beatport
Don Winsley – Space Is The Place | Beatport
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!
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