We get a 4th the final volume of the free download Lazer Strikes Back series in the final days before the prolonged release of the second Major Lazer album, Free the Unieverse set to release April 15th. This assortment features 5 amazing tracks including 4 remixes and an original. The original “Where I Come From (Get Free Rhythm)” from Major Lazer feat. Chronixx is an instant reggae classic. Their are 2 official remixes from Major Lazer of No Doubt‘s “Push & Shove” Bunji‘s “Differntolofy”. It has a free download of the Run DMT remix of “Jay No Partial” from Major Lazer x Flux Pavilion that was premiered through us a few weeks back. Snoop Lion’s latest “No Guns Allowed” feat Drake get a remix from Diplo, Shelco Garci and Teenwolf. This is the perfect way to cop with these final day until the release of one of the biggest album of the year. Make sure to pre-order Free the Universe before it drops here. Enjoy!
Major Lazer – Lazer Strikes Back Vol. 4 | Download Entire EP
Major Lazer feat. Chronixx – Where I Come From (Get Free Rhythm) | Download
Bunji Garlin – Differentology (Major Lazer Remix) | Download
No Doubt – Push and Shove (Dismantle vs Major Lazer Remix) | Download
Snoop Lion feat. Drake – No Guns Allowed (Shelco Garcia x Teenwolf x Diplo Remix) | Download
Major Lazer – Jah No Partial feat. Flux Pavilion (Run DMT Remix) | Download
Bro Safari and Sazon Booya, two of the driving Moombahton forces, team up for a fierce original collaboration aptly titled “Danger”. The song features a Jamaican sounding sample to add some classic Moombah jungle vibes. It has all the elements of a 110 paced fresh Moombahton banger. They had been getting a ton of requests for this track, so decided to drop it for free. Turn it up, enjoy!
Update: Apparently the Moomahton duo Sazon Booya has broken up. You can now follow one half of the group Mr. Vega Here
Bro Safari x Sazon Booya – Danger | Direct Download
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Major Lazer just let loose another new cut from Free the Universe, their upcoming album. This song “Watch Out For This (Bumaye)” which packs their signature dancehall flavor fit to set speakers off. The song starts off with a smooth reggae / jungle vibe adding some blasting horn section whose melody will get stuck in your head. It then progresses to to one of the heaviest, rawest drops I have ever heard come out of Major Lazer. Jillionaire guides the track well over the incredible production from Diplo. Also enjoy the interesting lyric video accompanying the track. You can pre-order the album below. Enjoy!
Major Lazer – Watch Out For This (Bumaye) | Pre-Order Free the Universe
Diplo just unleashed his latest ridiculous visuals to “Butter’s theme” feat. Gent & Jawns off his recent Express Yourself EP. The outrageous video matches the grimey Moombahton jungle banger perfectly in a weird way. Reuben Dangoor directed this optical illusion of girls dancing and signs. This was premiered through POTATO, the new channel from Diplo, Skrillex and A-Trak. Enjoy.
Diplo – Butter’s Theme feat. Gent & Jawns | Beatport
Zeds Dead continue their strong and steady journey as musical artists and set 2013 off properly with the release of their “Hot Sauce EP”. It is easily their most daring to project to date and Diplo’s incredibly versatile Mad Decent record label couldn’t be a more fitting home to release this genre-venturing project from the Canadian duo.
Starting off the ride is “Demons”, acting as the perfect transition from the past Zeds Dead sound they are known for to the new foreign styles contained on the EP. It is an incredibly slow paced brutal banger filled with piercing spine rattling drops and retro horror samples. Next up “Mr. Sub” takes us down a refreshing techy jungle ride that is a complete 180’ in overall mood. This song, which is named after the group’s home country’s sandwich chain, provides a great stepping-stone towards the rest of the EP. “Playa” is floor shaking, siren packed, rage filled inducing rave anthem that sounds unlike anything I have ever heard. Next up is the cleverly named “Rave”, featuring a revamped breakbeats track giving a tribute to the music that filled the UK rave scene. It let’s you get lost in the engulfing breaks while still carrying out the Zeds Dead flavor you crave. The closing track “Trouble” has the duo go back to the gritty slow paced glitch-hop sound they perfected on their past EP featuring Omar LinX, Victor. The song revolves around a simple infectious piano line and drumbeat that is a slow yet powerful way to end the bold release.
All in all, the EP takes some huge risks, defying most of what is getting released right now. These are the bold signs of true artists who are leading the way, and not following the trends. You can listen to the EP below, and purchase it through through Beatport and iTunes. Enjoy.
Diplo feat. Lazerdisk Party Sex – Set It Off (Official Music Video) : Stripper Pole Filled Moombahton Music VideoPosted in Bangin, Video by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Diplo, Jungle, Lazerdisk Party Sex, Moombahton, Music Video
Diplo never seems to make you go “WTF?!” while watching any of his music videos… See Original Don, or Express Yourself.. Well for the latest video to the track “Set It Off” which featured Vermont duo Lazerdisk Party Sex. The track was off his Express Yourself EP which got released a earlier this summer. This video is filled with a collage of stripper on an endless stripper pole.. which ends up going into space and obviously some fireworks thrown in the mix. I’d say the video matches the song, turn it up, enjoy!
Diplo feat. Lazerdisk Party Sex | Purchase Beatport
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Diplo‘s music video “Express Yourself” has caused quite a stir with his twitter contest asking girls to submit them self “Expressing therselves”. Well he’s had hundreds if not thousands of submissions, see below. Only fitting for a fresh new trapped out moombah infused remix with a jungle vibe to drop. Thanks to Gent & Jawns to this jungle flavored BANGER. Turn up the bass, enjoy!
Diplo – Express Yourself (Gent & Jawns Remix) | Direct Download
Today I’d like to bring you an overdue song, by the crazy duo Major Lazer. For those unaware, Major Lazer is the musical project featuring DJ’s Diplo and Switch. They’re recent single ‘Original Don’ came complete with a very wild outrageously weird Music Video (below), and the remixes for this jungle anthem just keep coming. My favorite so far is this latest one by KID KAIO, as he pumps it full of electro energy. I love the chaotic vibe from of the track. I’ve also included the Crookers and Flosstradamus remix for listening pleasure, they are purchase only. I dig how different the Flosstradamus one sounds. Enjoy the remixes, and video, turn it up, enjoy!
Major Lazer – Original Don (KID KAIO Remix) | Direct Download
Major Lazer – Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix)
Major Lazer – Original Don (Crookers Remix)
Major Lazer – Original Don (Music Video)
Sick New Chill Reggae Track and Classic Banger: Major Lazer – ‘Good Enough ft. Collie Budz’ + ‘Pon De Floor’Posted in Bangin, Chill by nick | Tags: Electro, House, Jungle, Major Lazer, reggae
So I recently came across a new Major Lazer track featuring Collie Budz and Lindi Ortega, and it is pretty sick, but it confused me as I was to Major Lazer’s more club dance feel. Well the first track is this new Reggae chill song. But if you’ve never heard Major Lazer, be sure to listen to the song below as well.
Good Enough – Major lazer ft. Collie Budz and Lindi Ortega | Download
Alright so ‘Pon De Floor’ is one of those songs that you hear a lot, at a lot of different places, and for a good reason. The song just has a catchy “I wanna dance in the jungle” feel. Haha, not sure how else to put it, just turn it up and give it a listen. Well most of you probably have heard this, but if not enjoy!
Pon De Floor – Major Lazer | Download
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