Mt. Eden‘s benchmark hit, “Sierra Leone,” was already huge by the time of its official release in 2013. The haunting track, which sampled Freshlyground’s “I’d Like,” has since become a classic, resonating with dubstep fans around the world.On April 17, Los Angeles producers TWO OWLS released their remix of the track. The duo breathed new life into “Sierra Leone,” focusing more on the vocals and stepping back a bit from the original growling dubstep notes.Upon releasing the remix, TWO OWLS noted that “Sierra Leone” was “one of the songs that made them both love dance music.” The producers said they were “blown away to have the opportunity to remix the track for Ultra Records and feel as if they delivered above and beyond expectation.”Stream the outfit’s take on “Sierra Leone” below:Read More:Gramatik and Ramzoid remix Flume’s ‘Wall Fuck’Muzzy drops anticipated ‘Spectrum’ EPMalaa unveils ‘Illegal Mixtape’ on Confession label
Bass legends Zeds Dead have released their best Deadbeats Radio show yet, featuring dozens of forward-thinking, multi-genre releases that fully encompass the vibes these guys and their friends push. Deadbeats Radio debuted earlier this year and is broadcasted on Sirius XM, the show came about as an extension of Deadbeats, the label of Zeds Dead.Deadbeats #004 features track from Dustycloud, Bar9, 1991, Valentino Khan, and more.Read more:Exclusive: Zeds Dead offers up eclectic mix for HARD Summer Series ahead of festival’s 10th anniversaryZeds Deads release second episode of Deadbeats RadioStream Zeds Dead’s eight-track ‘Northern Lights’ remix EP
When Zeds Dead released their first full-length studio album, Northern Lights, last October, they satiated months of fervent anticipation from their dedicated community. In the time since, DC and Hooks have been working with a number of heavily-leaning artists to compile an official EP of Northern Lights remixes, following up March’s “Frontlines” remix package.The first track off the compilation, which will be released Friday, June 9, via the duo’s Deadbeats imprint, is Delta Heavy‘s formidable rendition of one of the Atlas-assisted “Lights Out.” The track begins on a meaningful and melodic note, progressing to the signature kind of dubstep drop one would expect from Delta Heavy, and eventually becomes layered with subtle DnB elements over the song’s ethereal chorus line.Stream Delta Heavy’s “Lights Out” remix, premiered via UKF, below:In addition to the release of the first single, fans can explore the full track list announcement for the Frontlines remix EP and its official album artwork below: Tracklist:1. Zeds Dead – Slow Down ft. Jenna Pemkowski (Zeds Dead Remix)2.Zeds Dead – Lights Out ft. Atlas (Delta Heavy Remix)3. Zeds Dead x Charlotte OC – Symphony (Bear Grillz Remix)4. Zeds Dead – Neck and Neck ft. Dragonette (DNMO Remix)5. Zeds Dead – Too Young ft.Pusha T and Rivers Cuomo (Auralponic Remix)6. Zeds Dead – This Is Me ft. Lips (Ganja White Night Remix)7. Zeds Dead – Too Young ft.Pusha T and Rivers Cuomo (CRi Remix)8. Zeds Dead – DNA ft. Jadakiss and Styles P (UFO Project Remix)Read More:Zeds Dead release 8-track remix EP to NGHTMRE-assisted ‘Frontlines’Zeds Dead drop Deadbeats compilation featuring REZZ, Memorecks and morePremiere: REZZ – Matrix (Original Mix)
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The Subterranean isn’t exactly where you would expect a bunch of bass heads to coalesce in downtown Chicago. However, that is just what happened on Friday March 31 when the hole-in-the-wall bar opened its doors to rising producer Bleep Bloop. The artist, who has been gaining steady momentum over the years, has attracted the attention The post Bleep Bloop Revives Old School Hip-Pop and Maintains Status as Bass God appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Luzon’s Manilla Sunset has been slammed at festivals all over the world since its initial release in 2002. Yoshitoshi have reinvigorated the Trance hit...
Blackmill, Robert Card, started producing music at the age of just 8 years old after receiving an acoustic guitar for his birthday. At the age of 15 years old, Blackmill began producing trance music and uploaded them to YouTube as the monikor Robert J.C. As dubstep began to grow in 2010, Blackmill decided to transition The post 9 Most Popular Blackmill Songs appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Minit is an Under 2500, producer who is only been in the game for about a legitimate “Minute”. Only 6 months ago this budding dj/producer based out of South Korea began making waves right out of the gate. Releasing a series of fire tunes including “Gold” and “No Mercy” which are two tunes on opposite The post Under 2500: Minit Unleashes Monstrous New Single “KLSCK” Via Lost In Bangers Premiere appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Skytech teams up with his fellow Polish producer Emdi for their new upbeat anthem "By My Side" on R3HAB's CYB3RPVNK imprint. Delivering soulful, sultry vocals that carry a romantic and uplifting message, Skytech and Emdi employ...
If you were in Tampa Fl Sunday, and happened to stop by the Bass Stage around 9pm you would have encountered a sea of humans; raging as if their life depended on it. The conductor of the set was KAYZO, and the show was breath taking. 2 days later KAYZO gives us more to soak The post KAYZO Delivers New Music On The Heels Of Massive SMF Performance appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Phoenix, AZ (February 26, 2019) - After a record setting year for Arizona’s leading dance music and EDM promoter, which included Phoenix Lights christen a new venue, the return of...
Los Angeles has always been a breeding ground for new dance talent, and a new duo by the name of Sinner’s Heist are the latest to get their start in the City of Angels. Launched just 5 months ago with a bootleg remix of Eminem that sits at 3.5 million streams on SoundCloud, the duo followed up with a debut original on Trap Nation’s Lowly Palace platform. The Southern California-based team continues to expand their catalog and flex their melodic aptitudes with their newest single, “Up In Flames.” Sinner’s Heist recruits developing singer Emma Sammeth to float her pillowy vocals atop a brooding synth line before crescendoing into a fiery, intricately-layered drop. Overall, Sinner’s Heist is certainly turning some heads with their debut releases and melodic dubstep fans may want to keep a close eye on their progress.Read more:Premiere: Frameworks – Kings (Original Mix)Premiere: Riva Starr – The Wickedest Sound (Original Mix)Premiere: Tommy Trash celebrates EDC with gritty new original, ‘Hi Sound Lo Sound’