Yes.. “I Feel It”, another incredibly fresh cut from Flux Pavillion‘s newest project, Blow the Roof EP. We have already gotten a few cuts off this epic project set to release January 28th through Circus Records. For this track he takes steps outside of normal crunchy dubstep and creates a melodic electro house track yet still packs his heavy edge. It’s safe to say the Blow the Roof EP will be a one of the biggest bass fueled releases of the 2013. Enjoy!
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Flux Pavillion – I Feel It
Feed Me has been working on a his newest release, the Death By Robot EP set to release though Mau5trap on January 16th. We finally get the full version of the lead single “Death By Robot” and as an added bonus we also get 2 minutes previews of the other two singles on the EP. He incorporates the indie dance side that he started dabbling with his collaboration with Crystal Fighters on “Love Is All I Got”. His dynamic gritty bass heavy electronic styling is still completely prominent, with this newer dance almost indie disco edge.. the outcome is amazing. I can not wait for the full version of the whole EP. Let this tide you over, turn it up, enjoy!
Also look below as Feed Me is taking his impressive Teeth live show out on the road again for an American tour between January 29th – February 21st. The funky Mord Fustang will be supporting Feed Me through the length of the tour, see below if there is a date you can make it out to!
Feed Me – Death By Robot
Feed Me – Dialup Days
Feed Me – Gravel
TheFatRat – TheRatNest (January 2013 Edition) + Original Song “Splinter” (Preview) : Electronic Mix + Heaviest Song He Has Ever CreatedPosted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Disco House, Dubstep, Electro, Electro House, Funk, Heavy, Nu Disco, Preview, Radio Show, TheFatRat
TheFatRat is no new name to This Song Is Sick, from his remixes to his TheRatNest series, his funky disco flavored electro house is always refreshing. Today we have the latest installment of his exciting TheRatNest series, which is incredible as expected. On top of this, we also get to hear a small teaser sample of his newest original dubstep single “Splinter” which is coming out on the presigous Spinnin’ Records. This track is so MASSIVE, packed with so much bass. Look back here for the TSIS premiere of the full stream of the song on January 19th, and look out for the full release of the song through Beatport on Spinnin Records on January 25th. Enjoy!
TheFatRat – TheRatNest (January Edition) | Direct Download
TheFatRat – Splinter (Preview)
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Datsik and Excision are two of the biggest bass kings in all of North America. These two have been putting down Canada on the map as a dubstep machine for years and have collaborated countless times. Now the two bass forces team up again for an eerie, grimey, filthy BANGER of a track, “Vindicate”. This song really captures Excision’s non stop agressive power layered with a huge dose of Datsik’s unique extra weird bass heavy vibes. This track will have you moving your head to the bassline, regardless if you planned to or not. This is on Datsik’s Cold Blooded EP coming out January 22nd. You can pick up this single that just released through Beatport and iTunes now. Turn this up, enjoy!
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Zedd’s recent Clarity album has become one of the biggest electronic albums of the the year, and has spurred countless remixes. Today we get a massive drumstep remix done by newcomer Jay Cosmic to the title track “Clarity”. This remix packs a very heavy brutal edge, yet maintains the melodic feel of the original complete with the sweet vocals to tie everything together. Excited to premiere this beastly remix, complete with free download. Jay Cosmic is asking that you facebook like to download his track. Enjoy!
Zedd – Clarity (Jay Cosmic Remix) | Facebook to Download | Direct Download
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One of the older most respected names in the electronic scene, The Prodigy, have recently recruited some new heavy hitters to do some official remixes of some of their hits. The remixes will be included in the for the deluxe edition of their album The Fat Of the Land, set to release on December 3rd. They’ve recruited Zeds Dead, Alvin Risk, and today we get the dubstep bomb from Noisia. They take on one of The Prodigy’s biggest anthems “Smack My Bitch Up” and give it a proper massive bass heavy facelift, yet tastefully. As MistaJam says, they remake the parts that needed it, and left the parts that didn’t They have successfully remixed a classic song. Can’t wait to hear the full version of this, and the other remixes. Enjoy!
The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix) (MistaJam Radio Preview)
Datsik is an insanely talented producer who’s making his name shine in the sea of bass music. He just let loose of a few new streams, the first of which being a brand new hip-hop instrumental called “Juicebox” that packs quite the punch. The way he makes the bass slam is so unique and just sounds sick. Also included are a few recent remixes including Colin Munroe ft. K Flay – “Your Eyes (Datsik Remix)”, Linkin Park’s “Until Breaks (Datsik Remix)” and I also tossed in his massive Moombahton BANGER remix of “The Power” by Dj Fresh ft. Dizzee Rascal. All of these hit so hard, turn them up, enjoy!
Hip-Hop / Dubstep Datsik – Juicebox
Drumstep / Piano Colin Munroe ft. K Flay – Your Eyes (Datsik Remix)
Drumstep Linkin Park – Until it Breaks (Datsik Remix)
Moombahton DJ Fresh ft. Dizzee Rascal – The Power (Datsik Remix)
A few weeks back we featured The Knocks’ new dance / indie single “The Feeling” which had a funky Daft Punk vibe. Well the poppy dance anthem gets a full electro house energetic re-blast thanks to TheFatRat. He pumps is full of his very fat electro house synth lines. The contrast works well and lets The Knocks vocals carry over to a club setting. We have the exclusive direct download for 72 hours, then you have to like there facebook to grab the track. Grab it either way below. Enjoy!
The Knocks – The Feeling (TheFatRat Remix) | Facebook Like to Download
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[TSIS EXCLUSIVE] HeRobust – Screw Loose [EP] + WalMartian: Must Hear Bass Heavy Funky Glitch Hop EP + Free DownloadPosted in Bangin, Mixtapes / Albums by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Filthy, Funky, glitch-hop, Heavy, heRobust, massive
HeRobust, the insane producer from Atlanta won’t stop making music. We featured a few of his dirty remixes to Ludacris, Same Damn Time and his 2pac & Notorious B.I.G. Glitch BANGER, and now we get a 5 song of straight funky glitch-hop heat. Each track has such smooth funky energy, with a crunchy glitch kick that will make you move your body in new ways. Every single track is so dope. To make it better we even got the exclusive download of ‘WalMartian’ off the EP.. one of my favorites off the release. Turn this up, enjoy the free track and pick up the EP through Beatport and iTunes!
HeRobust – WalMartian | Direct Download
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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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[TSIS PREMIERE] Static Revenger feat. Dev – Turn The World On (TheFatRat Dub Remix) + (Protohype + Kezwik Remix) : Electro House + Dubstep RemixesPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Dance, Dub Remix, Dubstep, Electronic, Heavy, Protohype, Remix, TheFatRat
Today I’ve got 2 massive remixes from of a huge electronic track “Turn The World On” by Static Revenger Ft. Dev. The original has a nice dance vibe complete with Daft Punk sounding robot vocals. The first remix here is our premiere of the TheFatRat Dub Remix.. which is a bass heavy electro house anthem with all of Dev’s vocals removed, leaving just the robot voices and TheFatRat’s signature nasty basslines, making a perfect track for DJ’s. It is for sale through Beatport, on top of our download. Next up is a filthy dubstep remix from Protohype and Kezwik, we’ve featured the bass heavy Protohype quite a few times on the site, always dropping gold. For their remix they left in the vocals from Dev, getting annihilated by the massive bass. Fair warning, this one is not for the feint of heart. And it is charting on Beatport, so go support Protohype and Kezwik. Enjoy!
Static Revenger – Turn The World On ft. Dev (TheFatRat Dub) | Purchase Beatport | Download
Static Revenger – Turn The World On ft. Dev (Protohype & Kezwik Remix) | Purchase Beatport
Funky is an understatemen for KOAN Sound, the massive duo from Bristol, UK that have been signed to Skrillex’s OWSLA label. Well the duo we can’t get enough of are dropping their latest EP titled The Adventures of Mr. Fox on OWSLA on September 4th. To hook up our fans we got the exclusive download of the track ‘Sly Fox’ off the EP before it drops. This track is vey funky, has a smooth intro, then packs a punch to that distinct brand of KOAN Sound bass. Turn this up, don’t miss the EP when it drops, enjoy!
KOAN Sound – Sly Fox | Direct Download
A little while back Skrillex teamed up with the legendary Damian Marley to create a reggae infused bass heavy BANGER. A few months later and Skrillex has recruited 6 remixes of the track for an official Make It Bun Dem After Hours Remix EP that’s getting released through OWSLA / Big Beat on August 28th. As a gift there letting us stream the entire EP before it comes out. It’s got an interesting range of remixes all having a very weird offbeat flavor. Flinch drops a trap remix, Alvin drops an insane Moombah bass heavy assault. Possibly my favorite was Brodinski‘s house / techno remix which has a grimey edge to it. Which one were you feeling? Enjoy!
Skrillex & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – Make It Bun Dem After Hours EP | Stream Only
I couldn’t even begin to name all the dubstep producers that are out there these days, but some happen to shine through a little brighter then others, Figure is one of them. This American producer makes a chaotic yet composed onslought on bass that hits hard. Here’s a short music video edit made by Cinesthetics showing his recent Red Rocks performance at this past year’s Global Dance Festival. The track is “The Brink” and it’s for free download. Enjoy!
Figure – The Brink (Original Mix) | 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
It seems that lots of electronic artists are stepping up there music video game in HUGE ways. Following Porter Robinson’s “Langauge” and Zedd’s “Spectrum”, Kill the Noise, another artist on OWSLA drops a cinematic quality video for his track “Kill the Noise Pt. 1″ off his OWSLA released Kill Kill Kill EP. The only way to really explain this video is the movie Sin City meets Call of Duty on Acid. Yep that’s exactly what is is. All ending fighting a robotic monster I’d suspect to be “The Noise”, with the recognizable Kill the Noise skull logo. Can’t wait to see Pt. 2, and what’s in store for Kill the Noise. Turn it up, full screen, enjoy!
Kill the Noise – Kill the Noise Pt. 1 | 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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