Speculation behind Australian beat maker / world renowned producer Flume’s follow up project to his 2012 game changing release has been scarce at best for the better part of two years now.
With a sprinkling of extraordinary remixes such as Lorde’s “Tennis Court” and Sam Smith’s “Lay You Down’, along with his former involvement in the booming What So Not side project that just delivered it’s long-awaited Gemini EP, Flume has only released the original “Some Minds” since the success of his self -titled debut album.
This hasn’t stopped the Flume from growing into a powerhouse amongst the music festival landscape worldwide; his signature synth design and bass prowess triggered the current generation of future bass enthusiasts and producers who’ve taken the genre well into the mainstream now.
The new LP is titled ‘Skin’ and will be coming out via Australian powerhouse record label Future Classic. Listening through the 5-minute preview of lush chord progressions, deeply layered bass kicks, and sultry vocal snippets, we can hear a more mature styled production to Flume’s compositions and glimpses of genius.
Flume has stated the album is "almost finished", but the hype around this follow up release will sky-rocket now that we can hear the brief snippet of tracks. Stream the preview below and grab a free download to tie you over for now. Enjoy
Flume – Skin LP Preview | Free Download
Today we’re blessed with an amazing surprise in the form of a Skrillex & Chance The Rapper collaboration! They linked up on a unreleased remix of Hundred Water’s beautiful original “Show Me Love,” and it's sounding amazing.
Chance and Skrillex teamed up previously on “Coast Is Clear” and we’ve been impatiently awaiting another collab between these two TSIS favorites. The original is simply a vocal track, and Skrillex adds a groovy, chilled out trap vibes as Chance not only adds a fire verse, but incredibly smooth and fitting singing in his signature style that rounds out the track. Played in a live set by Mija, we cannot wait for the studio version to drop as this song is infectiously irresistible. Stay tuned for a better quality version and listen to the live video below. Enjoy!
Skrillex X Chance The Rapper X Hundred Waters – Show Me Love Remix [Preview]
The video has been removed due to copyright. Check back for the official release!
Just yesterday Skrillex finally dropped his highly anticipated remix of GTA's "Red Lips" along with an insane movie like music video in signature Skrillex fashion.
Now just one day after its release, it appears none other than Dillon Francis is already working on a rebirth version of the song. Dillon’s Moombahton styled version takes "Red Lips" into his signature style of bouncy slow paced rhythms for a hard hitting while still danceable version of the song that may end up being bigger then the long awaited version from Skrill himself. Watch the preview below and keep your eyes peeled for more info on this exciting release. Enjoy!
GTA – Red Lips (feat. Sam Bruno) (Skrillex Remix) (Dillon Francis Rebirth)
Yes that is Shia LaBouf in the background
Rumors of new unreleased Skrillex music seems to always remain a topic of conversation for dance music fans across the board. However, in recent months it seems that conversation has ramped up more than ever before with dozens of previews of forthcoming collaborations, remixes, and originals surfacing across the internet including a new rap collaboration with rising hip-hop artist "PNC" and a remix of GTA's "Red Lips" as well as collabs with Zhu, Jauz, Justin Bieber, The Game and among others.
Today even more exciting live videos surface from the man himself and fellow LA producer Getter. Skrillex shared a live preview of his new remix for Torro Torro's "Make A Move" on twitter while Getter shared his collaboration with Skrillex via Facebook and they are sounding extra heavy. With the artists themselves sharing this content one can assume these tracks will be see official releases soon. Watch the previews below. Enjoy
— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) November 22, 2015
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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