DJ Green Lantern – POTATO Mix : Massive Trap / Hip-Hop Mix with Unreleased Remixes from GRiZ, Brillz, and More [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin, Mix / Playlist, Premieres by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, DJ Green Lantern, DJ Sliink, Flosstradamus, Griz, Heavy, Hip-Hop, Mix, POTATO, Rap, Remix, Trap, Trap Music
Hip Hop DJ Icon Dj Green Lantern, popular for being the DJ for Nas, Eminem or 50 Cent to name a few, has been breaking into the electronic side of things through a series of a massive mixes featuering hip-hop and bangin electronic trap such as his Altitude Mix and Diplo & Friends Mix. Due to his large list of connetions and collaboration in the works, his mixes tend to be chalked full of unreleased tracks. Today we have his special POTATO Mix, which is just as epic as the previous ones. This mix starts off with a massive official unreleased remix from DJ Green Lantern of “Too Young For Tragedy” by GRiZ, turning the melodic dubstep heater into a trap banger. There is also DJ Green Lantern’s new original “Splitting Atoms” on top of DJ Green Lantern Edits of “Crowd Control” by Flosstradamus x DJ Sliink. He also tossed in edits of “Atom” “Midass” “Birdcage Chain” and Brillz‘ “Smash It Up”. It
DJ Green Lantern – POTATO Mix
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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
BANG! Episode #1 ft. Skrillex & Boys Noize from POTATO : Short Film On Birthplace of Electronic Dance Music and the City that Raised It, Detroit [VIDEO]Posted in Bangin, News, Video by nick | Tags: Boys Noize, Detroit, Documentary, Dubstep, Kevin Saunderson, POTATO, Short Film, Skrillex, Techno, Video
POTATO the new YouTube channel from Diplo, Skrillex and A-Trak has launched with it’s first show Bang! The first episode features Skrillex, Boys Noize and Kevin Saunderson highlighting the Birthplace of Electronic Dance Music and Techno and the city it took place in, Detroit, Michigan. There are interviews with Kevin Saunderson talking about his trio who are regearded as one of the originators of Techno, the Bellview Three (Alongside Derrick May and Juan Atkings). There are also interviews with Skrillex (Sonny Moore) and Boys Noize (Alexander Ridha) and scenes from their New Years Show of the same name The Bang that took place in Detroit at Palace of Auburn Hills.
It is extremely awesome to see someone like Skrillex who has such a large diverse fanbase both young and old and also rookie and veterans in the scene wanting to educate everyone about the origins of the birth of dance music and techno. I guess you could say he “Put His Hands Up For Detroit” What do you think? Comment below.
Read more details on POTATO from Skrillex, Diplo and A-Trak Here
Diplo, Skrillex and A-Trak have teamed up with IconicTV to form a new YouTube Music Network called “POTATO”. This official news comes after various clues were dropped from all three throughout the past week. This new YouTube channel will feature a series of different shows from the artists and their friends including Shortcuts with A-Trak,Big Time Super Adventures With Fat Jew, Cosmos Crates, Huge Video and Audio Premieres, and more.
Mike Ostolaza the man who helped develop MTV Clubland is the director of programming. The launch is set for Monday, February 18th at 4pm EST. With this all star cast of creative minds, POTATO is guaranteed to be very entertaining.We will be sure to fill you in on all the details as they come in.
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