[PREMIERE] Gramatik Debuts New Label Artist Branx Song “Smoove Operator” : Must Listen Future Funk / Electro-SoulPosted in Bangin, Chill, Premieres by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Branx, Electro Soul, Free Download, Future-Funk, Gramatik, Lowtemp
Gramatik announced earlier this year that he was starting his own label Lowtemp and we got to sample the first new act Exmag, now we get our hands on the second artist going by the name Branx, formerly DCarls. This debut single ‘Smoove Operator’ is certified future funk / electro-soul heater. The song packs an unbelievable amount of funky grooves spiked with a gritty bass edge to make it hit oh so right. Grab the free download of this song and expect a full release on Lowtemp in coming months. Enjoy.
Branx – Smoove Operator | Free Download Coming Soon
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We have been getting familiar with Gramatik‘s new live electronic band Exmag with the first single Tilt Mode , their Fully Dusted Mixtape, and even getting featured on Gramatik’s recent single ‘Obviously’. Well now we get our hands on the second single “Creep Steady (Part I)”, which is the second single off their upcoming debut album Proportions to release for free download through Gramatik’s LowTemp label later this year. The blending of the funky synths, extra tight trap styled hi-hats and drums, and epic guitar riffs make for a amazing new electro-soul jam. We can not wait for the rest of the album, abuse the replay until then.
HALLOWEEN SHOW: Also make sure to catch both Exmag and Gramatik as they perform live at a very special Halloween show in Colorado at 1st Bank Center this Thursday, October 31st with special guests A-Trak and Two Fresh. Details and Tickets Here.
Exmag – Creep Steady (Part I)
A ménage à trois of funk and bass is what Gramatik’s latest track Obviously featuring Cherub and Exmag is all about. The mixture of electric guitars, disco vibes, and Cherub’s smooth set of vocals will have you boogying on down. Remember the journey of a music video we feature a few weeks ago? Well now Gramatik has delivered a free download of the track before releasing his new album Age of Reason later this year.
Gramatik – Obviously (Feat. Cherub & Exmag) | Download
Gramatik releases “Tilt Mode” from new live electronic group Exmag feat. Gibbz : Must-Hear first soulful debut singlePosted in Bangin, Chill by nick | Tags: Electro Soul, Exmag, Funk, Gramatik, Soul
New electronic live band Exmag which features which features both members of Gramatik has just released the full stream for their lead single “Tilt Mode” featuring the vocals of newcomer Gibbz which is set to come out through Lowtemp. We first got to hear the incredibly unique live soulful sound from live electronic band Exmag in their Fully Dusted mixtape with Jiberish last month. “Tilt Mode” shows what we can expect from the group, a blend of sexy live soulful energy with an unreal electronic twist thanks to Gramatik. This song is stream only for now, but will be available for free download on the groups debut album set to release later this year through Lowtemp. Enjoy.
Exmag – Tilt Mode (Ft. Gibbz) | Stream for Now
Gramatik releases third single from new album “Obviously (Ft. Cherub & Exmag)” (Music Video) : Must Listen Unique Electro Soul / FunkPosted in Bangin, Chill, Video by nick | Tags: Cherub, Electro Soul, Exmag, Future-Funk, Gramatik, Music Video
One of the electro-soul / funk pioneers shaking up the electronic scene Gramatik drops off the third single off his upcoming album The Age of Reason in form of a music video. The song “Obviously” features his new downtempo electronic live band side project Exmag as well as Nashville electronic rock duo Cherub. The result of all these amazing sound comes together for a potpourri of greatness filled with funk, soul and sexy gritty bass that can’t properly be described into words. The download will be available with the album coming up soon.
Don’t miss Gramatik’s recent remix to Kill the Noise “Jump Ya Body” apart of his new Exmag project
Gramatik – Obviously (Ft. Cherub & Exmag)
Kill the Noise has an unstoppable new Black Magic Remixes EP coming out September 3rd through OWSLA and today we have the Exmag Remix of “Jump Ya Body” giving it a complete change of pace with some downtempo / electro-soul / jazz influence. Exmag is the 5 piece live electronic group featuring most notably Gramatik (See their recent Fully Dusted Mix). They take the bass heavy banger and flip into a groove filled masterpiece completely re-imagining the original. It’s exciting to see Kill the Noise recruit such a funky sound to do an official remix on the EP. Look out for the release September 3rd via OWSLA, marking the label’s 50th release. Enjoy.
Kill The Noise – Jump Ya Body (Exmag Remix) | Stream Only till September 3rd
The Slovenian transplanted to New York electro soul producer / DJ Gramatik just released a new hour long downtempo mix with his side project electronic live band Exmag filled with unreleased songs. The mix is called “Fully Dusted” is was created for Jiberish Clothing who are one of our favorite clothing companies based out of Denver, Colorado. The mix is filled with tons of their original tracks and even an unreleased remix of GRiZ “Fall In Love Too Fast” from EXMAG. Besides Gramatik, the other members in the group consist of Eric Mendelson, Don Dero, Buffalo Analog & Illumntr. Sit back and enjoy just an hour of pure greatness.
Exmag – Fully Dusted | Direct Download
TRACK-LIST COMING SOON!
Grizmatik, the collaborative side project from Gramatik and GRiZ just released their highly anticipated latest single “My People”for free download and today follow it up with an official music video. The video captures the trio’s experience as they played their first official festival performance as Grizmatik in Winter Park, Colorado at SnowBall Music Festival, one of the only snow music festivals in the world. We get to see an inside look at the personal life of the artists as well some shots of them destroying a massive crowd in a snow filled setting. Make sure to grab the download of the song here. Also the group just announced their biggest show ever taking place at 1st Bank Center in Colorado on Halloween night this year. Presale floor seat tickets sold out in a few hours and General Tickets just went on sale here today at 10am MST / 12pm EST. More info here.
Grizmatik – My People | Free Download
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Grizmatik (aka Gramatik and GRiZ) are headlining 1st Bank Center for Halloween with special guest A-Trak: Early Bird Tickets and VIP Packages Available NowPosted in Events, News by nick | Tags: 1st Bank Center, A-Trak, Concert, Early Bird Tickets, Electro Soul, Gramatik, Griz, Grizmatik, VIP Package
Grizmatik, the collaborative side project from Gramatik and GRiZ will playing throwing their biggest show to date taking over the massive 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado this year’s Halloween Night (October 31st). They have made sure to let us know that this will be one of the most epic Halloween parties ever thrown. General tickets are on sale Friday 10am MST here. Limited Early Bird and VIP Tickets are available now below.
They have announced turntable legend and electronic producer A-Trak will be one of the special guests, as well as Gramatik’s new live band EXMAG.
EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT | GENERAL ADMISSION ON SALE HERE
EARLY BIRD TICKETS: We are excited to announce that we have a limited amount of discounted Early Bird Ticketing to help everyone get some cheaper tickets with lower ticket fees before the General On Sale on Friday at 10am Here
Early Bird Tickets and VIP Packages Have All SOLD OUT. General Admission is now Available Here.
VIP PACKAGE: Grizmatik is offering a special VIP ticket option which gets you VIP viewing access, an exclusive opportunity to meet both Gramatik and GRiZ, a signed Limited Edition Screen Printed Show Poster, and a Commemorative VIP Laminate Pass
VIP TICKET PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- Exclusive VIP Viewing Area
- Exclusive Artist Meet & Greet with both Gramatik and GRiZ
- Signed Exclusive Limited Edition Screen Printed Show Poster
- Commemorative VIP Laminate Pass
Grizmatik – My People | Direct Download
The collaborative side project from GRiZ and Gramatik aka Grizmatik have just let loose the long awaited second single “My People” following up the debut “D.L.I.M.F.”. The song takes their unique hybrid electro-soul sound and ventures into some new harder territory. We have been waiting for months since hearing the short preview of the song a few months back and now get the full version along with free download. The song manages to blend soulful vibes with a gritty edge unlike any other production outfit in the world. Now you can blast this song anywhere you would like. Enjoy!
Grizmatik – My People | Direct Download
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Grizmatik will be playing their biggest show to date in Colorado taking over the 1st Bank Center on October 31st for an unforgettable Halloween Night in Broomfield, Colorado right between Denver and Boulder and 15 minutes away from Red Rocks.
A-Trak will be joining them for support along with a few other very special guests.
Early Bird Floor Seats have already SOLD OUT. Early Bird Bowl Seats and VIP Tickets are still Available Here.
General On Sale will be available on Friday, August 2nd at 10am Available Here
Gramatik drops “You Don’t Understand” from new album The Age of Reason : Must Hear Heavy Electro-SoulPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Dubstep, Electro Soul, Funk, Gramatik
The incredibly soulful New York based Gramatik drops off “You Don’t Understand” the highly anticipated second single from his The Age Of Reason album set for a free release later this year. This electro-soul song features the some amazing live guitar and an extra beefy bassline. It has some effected vocal sampling adding a unique trippy flavor. The song kicks up to a heavier pace with distortion around a minute and half showing one of the heaviest sides we’ve seen from Gramatik. He then brings it back down to the smooth souldful place for the outro. Gramatik is one of the few artists daring to break the barriors of music and genres and we couldn’t be much more excited to hear new stuff from. He has told us the download will be available soon. Enjoy!
Make sure to check out the previously released “Bluestep”
Gramatik – You Don’t Understand | Download Coming Soon
We are extremely excited to announce that we will be curating the first ever “This Song Is Sick Stage”, this year at this incredible Camp Bisco Music Festival that takes place in New York at over the weekend of July 11th – 13th. The festival has been bringing some of the best rising electronic, hip-hop, and live band acts for the past 10 years, and we couldn’t be happier to team up with. OWSLA vs Boys Noize Radio and French Express will also be curating the other stages at the festival.
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Our stage features a great collection of rising artists from all over the electronic world. We have Gramatik, Dirtyphonics (Live), Crizzly, Congorock, Heroes x Villians, and HeRobust.
Also added to the lineup is Madeon, Danny Brown, Destroid (ft. Excision, Downlink, KJ Sawka), Seven Lions, Bondax, Moon Boots, Autobody, Alpha Data, Manhattan Project, Perseus, Digital Tape Machine, and Stip Steve.
We are also going to be having a booth at the festival where you can come by and say what up and grab some new TSIS summer gear and stickers. We are also going to be having Meet & Greet at the booth where you will be able to come meet and grab a picture with some of your favorite artists who are playing the festival.
Also look out for a Camp Bisco mixtape that we have coming out next month featuring 20 exclusive unreleased originals and remixes from some of the best aritsts playing the festival this year.
Tickets for the festival are still available and will be going up in price, so grab them before the jump.
Electric Forest 2013 Lineup Phase 2 Including Grizmatik with Special Guests, Above & Beyond, Morgan Page, Eskmo and more!Posted in Events, News by nick | Tags: Above & Beyond, Electric Forest, Elliot Lipp, Eskmo, Gramatik, Griz, Grizmatik, Morgan Page, The Polish Ambassador
One of our favorite festival Electric Forest taking place in the actual forest at in Rothbury, Michigan has now unveiled phase 2 of it’s amazingly diverse lineup. It will be taking place over the weekend of June 27th – 30th.
The addtions to the already incredible lineup include Grizmatik with Special Guests, Above & Beyond, Morgan Page, The Polish Ambassador, Eskmo, Eliot Lipp, Cyril Hahn, A Tribe Called Red, No Regular Play, Lance Herbstrong, Nigel Hall, Brooklyn’s Own, Quixotic, Russ liquid, Orchard Lounge, LYNX, The Main Squeeze, The Floozies, Mutrix, We Got Plenty, DVBBS, Beard -o- Bees, DOPAPOD, Thriftworks, and Nth Power.
We are extra excited for the Grizmatik with Special Guests set, because last year Griz and Gramatik had their first set togeher as Grizmatik at the secret Thissongissick Forest at at EF. Last year they brought out Dominic Lolli from Big Gigantic, to form Big Grizmatik, which was a very special show indeed. We can only hope that is who the “Special Guests” might be.
Can’t wait to see you all in the Forest for another unforgettable weekend.
Check out our thoughts on Electric Forest and how we think it’s one of the best festivals in the country.
Extraordinary Magnitude Vs. Blackstreet – No Diggity 2013 : Must Hear Electro-Soul / Funk from new Gramatik Side Project [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Chill by nick | Tags: Blackstreet, Electro Soul, Extraordinary Magnitude, Funk, Future-Funk, Gramatik, Groove, Remix
Let me introduce you to the latest live projet from Slovenian / Brooklyn based electronic producer Gramatik. It is called Extraordinary Magnitude, and features live musicians Eric Mendelson, Drastiq, Buffalo Analog, Illumntr all pieced together electronically by Gramatik. This first song features one of their originals off their upcoming album Proportions set to release this summer. The took the Acapella from “No Diggity” by Blackstreet leaving us with “No Diggity 2013″. It is a modern twist on the classic track with a unique funky blast. Can’t wait to hear more from this game changing group. Enjoy!
Extraordinary Magnitude Vs. Blackstreet – No Diggity 2013 | Direct Download
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Whoaa… When GRiZ and Gramatik team up for their side project Grizmatik, incredible things happen. Today we get the preview of their latest massive single “My People”. We got the first taste with their Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom complete with music video, and this track might top it. They fuse funk, soul, and gritty bass unlike any artists I have heard. These two teaming up is an insane combination. you can hear both artists shine through heavily. Even though this is just a sample, you can tell it’s gonna be quite the anthem. Can’t wait for the release.
Also don’t miss their main stage performance at this year’s SnowBall Music Festival in Winter Park this weekend March 8th – 10th. Enjoy.
Grizmatik – My People | Preview
Kill Paris – To A New Earth EP : Electro-Soul / Future-Funk EP Feat. Remixes from GRiZ, Gramatik, K Theory, Candyland, Robert DeLongPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Candyland, Electro, Electro Soul, Funk, Future-Funk, Gramatik, Griz, K Theory, Kill Paris, OWSLA
The taleneted funk filled Corey Baker aka Kill Paris has been releasing free songs over the past year really carving a completely original sound. OWSLA, Skrillex’s record label signed the soulful producer and just unleashed his debut release, To A New Earth EP. It features 3 brand new original songs from KP “Slap Me”,”To A New Earth” and “Catch You”; as well as a sea of incredible remixes from fellow rising artists GRiZ, Gramatik, Candyland, K Theory and Robert DeLong. We already got to premiere the free download of the bass heavy GRiZ remix, and Gramatik was nice enough to keep up the free spirit and include a download of his remix as well. K Theory delivers 110 paced heavy hitting remixes of both “Slap Me” and “Catch You”. Dubstep duo Candyland destroys “Slap Me” as well leaving us with a track fit to destroy a rave. Robert DeLong drops off 2 change of pace indie house remix of “Catch You”. The entire EP is great all the way out, and this is a huge release for everyone involved, so don’t hesitate supporting it through Beatport or iTunes. Turn this up, enjoy!
Kill Paris – Slap Me (Gramatik Remix) | Download
Kill Paris – Slap Me (GRiZ Remix) | Download
COLORADO: Don’t forget that Kill Paris is going to be making his debut stop in Boulder, CO March 14th when he takes over The Fox Theatre. Grab tickets ahead as this show is sure to sell out. Grab tickets here.
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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