[PREMIERE] K Theory Releases New Fundraising Track ‘Power’ as Pay What You Want For Medical Costs : Trap / Hip-HopPosted in Bangin, News, Premieres by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Donation, Fundraiser, Hip-Hop, K Theory, Rap, Trap, Trap Music
K Theory, the three piece group from San Francisco who has been bridging hip-hop and electronic genres with two producers and singer / rapper and are no new faces to TSIS. Well unfortunately producer and DJ of the trio, Dylan Lewman, has been in the hospital for two weeks now dealing with a serious health issue. The long stay in the hospital and the procedural costs have accrued quite the bill so we decided to work with the band and help raise some money to offset these costs. Here is the link to the donation site where they are trying to raise $10k for Dylan. Donation Website Here.
Exclusively through This Song Is Sick, we are releasing a single for K Theory that will hopefully help offset the cost of medical care a bit more. The song, ‘Power’, is an awesome Trap / Hip-Hop original featuring great production and solid verses from front man Malcolm. The track is up for $1 but feel free to change that number to help the cause.
K Theory – Power | Pay What You Want Download
San Francisco based electronic group K Theory who has been featured with their signature trap and electro originals have brought on a rapper for a completely new live sound crossing over bass music and hip-hop. Today we have the first song “Watch Me Kill It”. It has some strong trap elements but focuses more on the rapping from front man Malcolm. When the perform live they also have Dustin Musser on Keys and Dylan Lewman rounding them out with his live conducting. They have decided to premiere this with us for free download, and have also made it available through Beatport and iTunes.
K Theory – Watch Me Kill It | Direct Download
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.
Just a few weeks ago we premiered the massive trap BANGER “Geeked Up” by K Theory and you guys went nuts for it. Well he has dropped us off his latest trap inspired heater “Wut They Gon Do!”. He takes it in the hardstyle inspired trap “Trapstyle” direction that Flosstrdamus has made popular by sampling hardstyle. This track actually contains no samples, besides Lil Jon’s voice. It packs a very dramatic build up, then unloads a chopped up bass heavy drop unlike one I have ever heard around 50 seconds in. This song is massive, turn it up, enjoy!
K Theory – Wut They Gon Do! | Direct Download
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The Bee Gees – Stayin’ Alive (K Theory & TYR Remix) : Classic Turned Glitch-Hop Remix [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: glitch-hop, K Theory, Remix, The Bee Gees, TYR
There are some classics that shouldn’t be touched.. well “Stayin Alive” by The Bee Gees is quite the opposite.. I would say it was actually calling for a fresh bass heavy remix. Well K Theory and TYR did just that and pumped the dance floor classic into glitch-hop gold. The Bee Gees have never felt so right. Included free download because it just didn’t quite get approved The Bee Gees. Turn this up, enjoy!
The Bee Gees – Stayin’ Alive (K Theory & TYR Remix) | Download
K Theory is the impressive San Francisco, California based electronic producer that recently made the official remix to Gareth Emery’s “The Saga”. Well he is back with a fresh electronic original BANGER “Geeked Up” that takes on some trap elements in a very unique way that makes the track fit for all types of fans. We were lucky enough to get the premiere of this song with a free download. Turn up the bass, enjoy!
K Theory – Geeked Up | Direct Download
Gareth Emery the U.K. eletro / progressie house producer has made his fair share of huge orginals and remixes really cementing himself in the internatonal house scene, yet hasn’t been featured enough on the site. One of his recent big singles, “The Saga”, an uplifting progressive house anthem was released back in June and it just got a MASSIVE nu electro remix from K Theory, officially approved by Gareth, and we have the exclusive on it. K Theory, a San Francisco producer that blasted the progressive track into a electro BANGER that will get you moving. Enjoy!
Gareth Emery – The Saga (K Theory Remix) | 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