Alex Botwin aka Paper Diamond has been long at work on his latest release, Paragon EP. It is 11 track journey through countless genres and styles for a release that truly has no boundries. He manages to convey a unique soulful swagger that really seems to really define his sound. He brought out some featured guests including Cherub, Protohype, Buku, Gavin Turke, Angele McCluskey and Jay Fresh to add all the right touches to really help diversify the release. You can stream the entire thing below, as well as few of our highlighted favorites. Grab the entire project for free download, thanks to PD. Don’t miss this guy live as he plays at Bonnaroo, Governor’s Ball, Movement Festival among others. Enjoy!
Paper Diamond – Paragon EP | Direct Download
Paper Diamond – Like A Summer Breeze
Paper Diamond – Temple Run (Ft. Buku)
Paper Diamond – In My Right Mind (ft. Gavin Turke)
Paper Diamond – PaperHype (Co-Produced by Protohype)
Paper Diamond – All Goose
Paper Diamond – Paragon EP | Direct Download
Röyskopp ft. Susanne Sundfør – Running To The Sea (Protohype & Carnage Remix) : Heavy Melodic Dubstex Remix [Free Download]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Brutal, Carnage, Dubstep, Heavy, Protohype, Remix, Röyskopp
Protohype and Carnage team up to give “Running to the Sea” by Norweigan duo Röyskopp fellow Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør a remix that is equally massive and melodic, complete with free download. It starts off with a cinemetic buildup letting you get hooked on the wonderful vocals from Susanne Sundfør. It leads up to one of the most unique sounding agressive drops that never lets up. Everything adds up to a fantastic remix following up their also massive dubstep take on “All Gold Everything” by Trinidad James. Turn this up.
Röyskopp & Susanne Sundfør – Running To The Sea (Protohype & Carnage Remix) | Direct Download
Trinidad James – All Gold Everything (Protohype & Carnage Festival Dub Remix) : Massive Dubstep / Rap Remix [Free Download]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Carnage, Dubstep, Festival Dub Mix, Free Download, Protohype, Remix, Trinidad James
Carnage probably came on most of your radars this past year with his MASSIVE Festival Trap Remixes of songs like Hardwell’s “Spaceman (Carnage Festival Trap Mix)” and Afrojack’s “Annie’s Theme (Carnage Festival Trap Mix”. Well his is taking his festival remix series into the dubstep realm with the help of bass fiend Protohype. The two beasts leave us with “All Gold Everything (Protohype & Carnage Festival Dub Remix)” original song by Trinidad James. Damn.. we get left with a fresh remix. Trinidad’s vocals shine through giving the listener something to hold on to while the fierce bass tears you down. This track is about to shut down festivals across the world. Turn this up, enjoy!
Trinidad James – All Gold Everything (Protohype & Carnage Festival Dub Remix) | Download
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[TSIS PREMIERE] Static Revenger feat. Dev – Turn The World On (TheFatRat Dub Remix) + (Protohype + Kezwik Remix) : Electro House + Dubstep RemixesPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Bass Music, Dance, Dub Remix, Dubstep, Electronic, Heavy, Protohype, Remix, TheFatRat
Today I’ve got 2 massive remixes from of a huge electronic track “Turn The World On” by Static Revenger Ft. Dev. The original has a nice dance vibe complete with Daft Punk sounding robot vocals. The first remix here is our premiere of the TheFatRat Dub Remix.. which is a bass heavy electro house anthem with all of Dev’s vocals removed, leaving just the robot voices and TheFatRat’s signature nasty basslines, making a perfect track for DJ’s. It is for sale through Beatport, on top of our download. Next up is a filthy dubstep remix from Protohype and Kezwik, we’ve featured the bass heavy Protohype quite a few times on the site, always dropping gold. For their remix they left in the vocals from Dev, getting annihilated by the massive bass. Fair warning, this one is not for the feint of heart. And it is charting on Beatport, so go support Protohype and Kezwik. Enjoy!
Static Revenger – Turn The World On ft. Dev (TheFatRat Dub) | Purchase Beatport | Download
Static Revenger – Turn The World On ft. Dev (Protohype & Kezwik Remix) | Purchase Beatport
Who Likes To Party? A track meant to party through the ages. Now Protohype has revived the classic by the Venga Boys into a filthy dubstep BANGER. The actual song and the massive bass could have been a little more together, but the original is such a classic the track works. It is not for the feint of heart.. and not for laptop speakers.. or earbud headphones. Find some proper speakers before blasting this. Enjoy!
Venga Boys – We Like To Party (Protohype Remix) | Direct Download
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Ever since I heard some of the first remixes I’d ever heard, I’ve always wanted a massive remix to ‘Thunderstruck’ by AC/DC. It has the epic guitar intro that’s just crying to get worked into a bass filled monster. Well today I’ve got a remix of the classic track, done by the dubstep / glitch producer duo Protohype. We featured their ‘Money All Around Me’ remix, and the original ‘Like Dis’. This track starts with the guitar, then the crushing glitched out bass starts crashing in. This is a song that should only be played very loud. Turn it up, enjoy!
AC / DC – Thunderstruck (Protohype Remix) | Direct Download
Today I’ve got an impressive new orginal glitched out dubstep fused with hip hop track that is sure to get you moving. It’s the latest production from Protohype, the duo from AZ that made the bass fueled hip hop remix a few weeks ago. This track has a very spot on blend of dubstep, hip hop, and glitch hop, regardless what genre, it’s very sick bass music. I love the rapping from Khujp ft. Big Gipp on top of the crunchy electronic rhythms, it really creates that fresh new sound that I can’t get enough of. Find some good speakers for this one, turn it up, enjoy!
Protohype – Like Dis | Direct Download
There’s some dubsetp that has a more soft womping sound, as well as the more piercing glitchy dubstep. Well today I’ve got real glitched out sounding dubstep remix of a track from the rapper Judge. I had never heard of Judge, but his song ‘Money All Around Me’ sounds like it was meant to have this massive bass under it. This remix is a great crunchy blend of hip hop and bass music, done by Protohype. There a two piece group from Tempe, Arizona who are starting to make some noise for themselves. Really digging their glitched out sound, it reminds me of Crizzly’s Waka Flocka – Hard In The Paint Remix. Turn it up, enjoy!
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 have grown a lot since, but the original goal has stayed the same, making it easier for you to discover sick new music you have 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 Thissongissick, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and other fresh genres to a worldwide following that now reaches millions of music lovers over 110+ countries, every single month. Make yourself at home, enjoy countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears. Enjoy!
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