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September 5th, 2013
Frosssssh Week! Sure school has started but who really does any work during the first week anyway? I know I didn’t. In fact, I think showing up for class during the first week is a mistake. Just act like you were a late registration or you got tied up back home and couldn’t make class until the second week, right? 60% of the time it works everytime.
How about we move away from my bad advice to something I actually do know…music. I have a ton of new tracks for you to play at your college dorms, first week back parties and everything in between. A lil rap, a lil EDM and a video montage that will bring you right back to your favorite weekend in Miami. Enjizzzoy!
Angger Dimas – “Anger Management” (Exclusive Album Stream)
Dim Mak just keep putting out releases. Whether it be Aoki himself, the Canadians Autoerotique, Felix Cartal, Dzeko and Torres, or the many other A list DJs like Andy’s Ill and Alvin Risk. One of the labels MVP’s Angger Dimas has released his latest album and it goes hard. Play the first track and you’re hooked. Get it!
By the way, do you think you have what it takes to be the next big world touring DJ? Well, if you do, this is the contest for you. Dim Mak are giving you a chance to play in front of 150,000 people at the first ever Tomorrow World Festival. I feel like this person needs to be Canadian. Enter here!
Meek Mill – “I B On That” (Ft. Nicki Minaj, Fabolous and French Montana)
The first cut off of Dreamchasers 3 has dropped and it’s tough. Meek Mills calls in help from two of my fav rappers and the queen of the rap game. French delivers the hook in the only way French can and the other 3 supply the verses. For me, as always, Fabolous takes it.
ULTRA 2013 AFTERMOVIE
The last thing you’re probably thinking of is Winter Music Conference aka Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Not only does it happen in March, which is a good 6 months away, but there have also been an abundance of festivals this year and to be honest, if you’re like me, you’re done with music festivals for a while. But before you go into hibernation take a look at this After Movie. It is so well produced that I actually marked the date in my calendar for next year. While EDM has been getting a lot of bad press with the drug overdose incidents at Electric Zoo, let’s remember that drugs are a very small part of festivals. This video shows you the main purpose of these events and that’s to celebrate our music.
Klangkarussell – “Sonnentanz” ft. Will Heard
Last week I put Austrian duo Camo & Krooked on the blog with their smash hit “All Night.” This week I have another Austrian duo who have created a phenomenon. Klangkarussell (Sound Carousel) have been one of my secret obsessions for the past year. After I heard their track “Netzerk” last year I became hooked on their style of production. With Sonnentanz they have created something for the masses. I think you’ll like it.
Bonus: The Klangkarusell track that got me hooked. Vibe.
Zeds Dead – “Shut Up & Sing”
I have nothing new to say about the Toronto duo. They just make hits, nothing less. I always think the next track I hear from them will disappoint me but it only does the opposite. It’s known throughout the EDM world that these two are special, but I truly believe they are just scratching the surface.
Mike Mago – “The Show” (Louis La Roche remix)
A little funk never hurt anybody. The newest from Louis La Roche puts you on the dance floor of a 1970s lower east side club. This track will play with you at first. It never stays heading in the same direction but for me that’s a good thing.
Rx3 – “Rich Rolling Rebels”
Speaking of albums, I got a tight mixtape for you to check out coming from the Rich Rolling Rebels. I’m always looking out for new prospects from Canada and these kids go in. The mixtape is highlighted with immaculate production from Meadowvale, Mississauga’s own BakerBoy. The track of the mix for me is “Summer Rush.”
Bonus BakerBoy, check out the younger BB, Jay Bakes rip up a remix of Dallas Green’s “Coming Home.”
New Music. It’s what we do.