Los Angeles trap kings LOUDPVCK have been on our radar for quite sometime, with recent releases like a bootleg of A$AP Rocky's "Multiply", a collaboration with GLADIATOR titled "Tony", and "Wylin" - a joint project with Paper Diamond. Today, we have something brand new as they take on Swedish duo, Dada Life's single "Freaks Have More Fun" and flip the track in a completely new direction. The once electro house song has been transformed into a trap anthem with heavy percussion, a new infectious melody, and a drop that is ready for festivals and clubs across the globe. You can now pick this track up on Beatport out on Dada Life's record label So Much Dada. Enjoy!
Dada Life – Freaks Have More Fun (LOUDPVCK Remix) | Beatport
Electric Dutch duo Dada Life have risen to one of the top acts in the electronic world over the past few years, and for great reason always delivering extremely high energy live shows full of bananas, champagne and more. Well they've taken their own live show to new levels creating their own mini-festival Dada Land which they have taken to various cities throughout the world. They are taking over San Manuel Amphitheater right outside of LA on July 19th for their biggest Dada Land event yet with camping and all, in partnership with the fine folks at Insomniac. Dada Life have brought out an all star cast of acts for the night featuring Madeon, Brillz, Oliver Heldens, Morgan Page, Mercer, AC Slater and Andybody. There tickets are still available for the event so grab some while you can.
We are also hooking up one of your lucky readers and one of your friends to come out to the show in VIP style. On top of 4 tickets to the show you will also get an intimate meet & greet with Dada Life themselves before their set on top of a camping and parking pass to the event. You can enter through the widget below. Good luck to everyone!
GRAND PRIZE: (1 Winner Picked)
Grand Prize Includes:
- 4 Tickets To The Event
- Camping Pass For 1 Single Vehicle (Up To 4 People)
- Meet & Greet For 2 With Dada Life
Winner will be contacted by email 2 pm mst July 16th, 2014.
How To Enter Contest: Enter through Widget Here, every entry increases your chances!
Dada Life are back with one of the their biggest tracks to date, hysterically named “This Machine Kills Ravers”. It packs some epic progressive builds moving to a vocal shot firing off the title of the song right before a relentless gritty yet melodic drop that will send you into a frenzy. The song continues to carry out the suspense with leaving you guessing around every turn. We now have our ears on the full version of the song and it is also available via Beatport. Enjoy.
Dada Life – This Machine Kills Ravers | Purchase Via Beatport
Dada Life have been teasing us over the past few months and now finally unleash their latest huge anthem ‘Born To Rage’ available to download now. ‘EPIC’ would be the best way to describe the banger of an original track filled up huge builds and a drop that will have you moving uncontrollably. Also because Dada Life are so Dada Life they will be ”releasing a massive 39 versions of the song personalized for most countries of the world. If that wasn’t enough, they are also running a contest for fans to get their own personalized version of the song every day for a month!” Enter the Contest Here.
Dada Life – Born to Rage | Beatport
Dada Life were amongst the cast responsible for shutting down Kinetic Fields, the main stage at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas where they played a momumental 3:30am set this weekend. Here we have their full live set where they debuted a few new tracks including their upcoming single “Born To Rage”. It may have been one of the biggest sets to date in front of 100,000+ people and with more fireworks and production then ever before. Full track-list below.
Dada Life – Electric Daisy Carnvial 2013 (Las Vegas) | Direct Download
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Major Lazer drop off an offiicial remix to “Boing Clash Boom” by Dada Life. The result is massive electro fused with dancehall with a blast of trap for a genre defying banger. It defintely sounds like a Major Lazer with Jilliionare throwing soem verses on the track as well. Love the unique flavor. This is getting released soon on Dada Life’s So Much Dada Record Label. Turn this up, enjoy!
Dada Life – Boing Clash Boom (Major Lazer Remix)
Dada Life were having passport issues and couldn’t make it out to the states for Miami Music Week including Ultra last week they still managed to have countless acts all throughout the week playing their latest remix of “Out of My Mind” from Bingo Players. Epic is an understatement for this track. They take the infectious melody of the original and supercharge it with an even more vicious overall feeling. The buildups are just as epic as the drops, which will undoubtley have you moving around. Turn this up and enjoy!
Bingo Players – Out of My Mind (Dada Life Remix) | Beatport
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The latest song to get Dillon Francis‘s now legendary remix treatment is Dada Life‘s “So Young So High”. He takes the overly poppy electro song and flips it into a future sounding minimalistic trap banger. It obviously sounds nothing like all the trap you have heard, as Dillon is always filled with surprises. Dillon added that he doesn’t give a shit if you get mad at him for making another trap song he “loves it and had a great time remixing it”. You can now purchase it through Beatport. Turn this up, enjoy!
Dada Life – So Young So High (Dillon Francis Remix) | Purchase through Beatport
Carnage – Festival Trap Mix Vol. 1 : Trap Mix With Unreleased Remixes of Dada Life, Quintino, and More [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: Carnage, Dada Life, Mix, Trap, Trap Music
Carnage, the dope producer who has already been bringing us HUGE trap remixes like Hardwell – Spaceman (Carnage Festival Trap Remix) and Afrojack – Annie’s Theme (Canrage Festival Trap Remix) has been hard at work making one of the biggest trap mixes of all time, Festival Trap Mix Vol. 1. It is full of unreleased rexmixes from Carnage like his new trap remix of Dada Life’s “Arrive Beatiful, Leave Ugly” and more. There’s also tons of of the best tracks that he plays out live. Enjoy 45 minutes of straight trap fire capturing that big bassy festival vibe. Download coming out exclusively here once the tape breaks a certain number of plays. Enjoy!
Carnage – Festival Trap Mix Vol. 1
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Do you know how to do the Dada? Are you familiar with this memorable Swedish electro house duo? Are you ready for the debut full length album from Dada Life? Throughout the past few years the Swedes have been hard at work creating a strong name for themselves playing festivals across the world, released countless songs, all working up to the release of their debut album The Rules of Dada. It features all of the anthems that were previously released with hilarious music videos like “Rolling Stone T-Shirt”, “Happy Violence”, “Feed the Dada”, and “Kick Out the Epic Motherf*cker” and tons of new ones. They have created a style of electronic music that makes you want to rage your face off while at the same time creating an urge to sing along to the overly happy lyrics throughout. We got a sample of how weird things were going to get with the ritualistic music video to “Feed the Dada”. Stream the entire thing below, and purchase through iTunes, and let’s see what’s next for Dada. We picked out a few of our favorite tracks, listen through the whole thing though. Enjoy!
Dada Life – The Rules of Dada (Full Album) | Purchase through iTunes
Dada Life – So Young So High + Unreleased Track from The Rules of Dada : Epic New Electro House SinglesPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Album, Dada Life, Electro House, The Rules of Dada
Dada Life are easily one of the most iconic, energetic, and generally awesome electronic acts out there. They have been locked away in between rushing festivals worldwide working on their debut full length album The Rules of Dada. This first song “So Young So High” is a new single off the album that starts with an overly poppy hysterical high pitched vocal that sets the tone of the track. Then builds up to crashing in with their signature energetic electro drops, classic DADA. Also included is a shorter sample of “Boing Clash Boom” another BANGER off the album. Don’t forget The Rules of Dada coming out October 16th! Turn these tracks up, enjoy!
Dada Life – So Young So High
Dada LIfe – Boing Clash Boom (Sample)
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So the above meme may or may not be true about Dada Life.. but regardless it’s a hilarious way to think about the duo’s past. They bring such an hilarious care free energy to the DJ world, and did just that at their massive set at this year’s Electric Zoo festival in New York. They’ve released the entire 60 minute set for stream and download. It features all of their big hits, and loaded with lots of the latest electro anthems. (full track list below) Turn it up, laugh as you think about the Duo’s past. Enjoy!
Dada Life – Electic Zoo 2012 (Full Live Set) | Direct Download
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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