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
Carnage, the guy who brought us the insane trap / dubstep remix to “Spaceman” by Hardwell that we premiered last week hit up again to premiere his lates trap flavored monster. This time he takes on the unreleased “Annie’s Theme” by Afrojack. He flips the the dutch house BANGER sounds into a fresh trap anthem that works your speakers. Enjoy!
Afrojack – Annie’s Theme (Carnage Festival Trap Remix) | Direct Download
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