Posts Tagged ‘deep bass’

January 20, 2018

Though it’s been a long time since Fatboy Slim gave us new music, the legendary artist has revealed some fabulous new remixes of his songs on a remix EP entitled Fatboy Slim vs Australia. As the title might suggest, all the producers and projects involved are from Australia. We can’t get enough of The Kite String Tangle’s take on Fatboy Slim classic Praise You. He brings his own electronic prowess to the table on the mix, creating a slick and punchy electronic soundscape propelled by the original’s anthemic hook and big beats. For another taste off the six track EP, stream Lo’99′s bass churning, seedy “strutting” remix of Fatboy Slim’s Star 69 below, too, and prepare for some glorious warehouse vibes. Fatboy Slim vs Australia, which also features remixes by The Aston Shuffle, Sam La More, Set Mo, and Carmada, is available, here.

July 20, 2017
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/333147200/stream?client_id=N2eHz8D7GtXSl6fTtcGHdSJiS74xqOUI?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

A graceful journey of an evocative electronic aria has been presented to us by Nemea, the very same Austrian producer who gave us opulent deep dance single Choice last month. Home ebbs and swells beautifully, like an ocean reflecting the moon and the stars on its dark reflective surface. Its lusciously refined vocals are turned in by a chanteuse named Lylli, who adds another level of elegance and mesmeric appeal to Nemea’s celestial opus. Home brims with sorrow and longing. It’s the final song on Nemea’s new EP, Tides, out now and available, here.

February 3, 2016
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/244959184/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

The New Order is an epic, star studded affair that premiered on This Song Is Sick earlier today. The slamming track is a three way collaboration involving Los Angeles’ SNBRN and Dr. Fresch as well as Toronto’s Shaun Frank. While we’re normally used to SNBRN associated tracks radiating sunshine and blue skies, he takes a dark turn with his friends on this remix. Together, they’ve fused g-house, deep bass, and future house into one massive, sinister smash. There’s even occasional drum and bass rolls and acidic tech metallurgy to The New Order’s kicks. This IS a “new order”, a new order and high bar set for banging dance tracks! Download The New Order for free, here.