Dynamic bass pioneers Knife Party have just delivered their newest project, “Trigger Warning”, a 4 song EP filled with heavy electro flavor served with a hint of satire. Just yesterday we received the first taste of the project in the form of a massive dubstep remix from rising LA producer Jauz. Now we get the full stream of all 4 songs in full glory before the EP’s release tomorrow.
Knife Party visited Zane Lowe for an interview to promote the EP, mentioning they aimed to approach the project with a sense of humor most notably on “Plur Police”. This is Nothing new for KP as they have created satirical tracks in the past with tunes like "EDM Trend Machine" off their debut album Abandon Ship, a track poking fun at the rapid ascension and saturation of the tropical house and deep house genres.
Their new EP “Trigger Warning” brings Knife Party’s signature cinematic style together perfectly for a collection of dance floor ready bangers. This release will wrap up a monster year for the duo which included headlining performances at Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Global Gathering and a long list of other note worthy festivals around the world. As far as their plans for 2016, Zane Lowe mentions the status of the group’s inactive project, Pendulum, but as has been the case in the past the two leave little hope regarding if and when the project will start back up again. Check out the whole EP below and KP’s interview with Zane Lowe. Enjoy
Knife Party – Trigger Warning EP | Out Nov. 20
Zane Lowe's World Record & Interview
Dynamic bass duo Knife Party have been teasing news of a new release coming out, and now we know it to be the Trigger Warning EP.
In an interesting move they are releasing the remix of one of the EP's single "PLUR Police" ahead of the original online. They have brought out none other then exploding producer and TSIS regular JAUZ to take on duties.
He has had quite the breakout year full of legendary festival sets and series of headline shows and some huge singles like "Deeper Love" or his collaborations like "Squad Out" with Skrillex, "Get On Up" with Pegboard Nerds or the 2015 future house anthem "Rock The Party" he did with Ephwurd.
JAUZ’s production prowess stands out greatly on this remix of “Plur Police”; we see him experiment with the Dubstep side of the spectrum taking a step away from his signature Future House / Bass House style. He proceeds to kill the remix with the unexepected direction in sound full of high-octane synths and loads of rumbling bass. Those looking for a hefty dose of dubstep will go ape shit over this new release.
Knife Party – PLUR Police (Jauz Remix) | Out Nov. 20
Halloween this year has been a success to say the least. Besides some amazing shows, costumes, and memories we’ve seen some solid mixes to celebrate the occasion, including another spooky annual trap mix from RL Grime.
Now we see Knife Party joining Diplo on “Diplo & Friends” radio mix series along with Destructo for a perfect Halloweekend mix to close out the celebrations. As Diplo put it “I don’t think anything says Halloween just like Knife Party”…The mix includes some unreleased VIPs including a high quality version of Jauz' anticipated “Plur Police” remix! Stream the mix below. Enjoy
Knife Party – Party Parliament Funk
USAI – Vapor
Will K – Here Comes The Sun
Knife Party – Rage Valley (VIP)
Shapov, M.E.G & N.E.R.A.K. – Everybody
Kumo – Dont Look Back (feat. City Island)
D.O.D – Resistance
DallasK – Retrograde
Kill FM – Giants
Destructo – Party Up (GTA Remix) (feat. Y.G.)
Swedish House Mafia – One (Garmiani Remix)
Tommy Trash – Wake The Giant (feat. JHart)
Kryder & Dave Winnel – Apache
Jewelz & Sparks – Motor
Knife Party – LRAD
Kura & Tony Junior – King Kong
Skrillex & Jauz – Squad Out! (feat. Fatman Scoop)
Vinai vs Knife Party – Techno x Internet Friends (VIP)
Waysons – Homeland (feat. Charlie Ray & Nathan Brumley)
Knife Party – Begin Again
Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades Of Grey
Loopers – Tell Me
Swanky Tunes & Knife Party vs Swedish House Mafia – Skin & Bones x Antidote (feat. Christian Burns)
Knife Party – Kraken (feat. Tom Staar)
Yellow Claw & Cesqeaux – Wild Mustang (feat. Becky G)
Pyramid Scheme & Ying Yang Twins – Thud
Knife Party – PLUR Police (Jauz Remix)
It's no secret Skrillex has been over in Amsterdam giving The Netherlands it's daily dose of bass it deserves. Well Sonny decided to throw a party in a crane yesterday with 71 lucky people along with What So Not, Vindata and more. Well during the madness Skrill decided to dig through his archives on his USB and play some old demos from 2012 that he didn't even know what sounded like including an unreleased collaboration with Knife Party and an ID demo from Skrillex himself. Well now you can hear both never before heard demos below. Enjoy
0:00-2:00 Skrillex & Knife Party – ID / 2:35-4:16 Skrillex – ID
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