Posts Tagged ‘QUIX’

December 13, 2017
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Australian bass bigwigs SLUMBERJACK link up with New Zealand’s QUIX and New York’s Josh Pan to show us just how immense their “vision” is with a beast of a comprehensive track named Vision. This is a brain jarring, body jostling explosion of nasty beats and filthy trap drops. It winds and curls, shudders and quakes with a dizzying intensity. There’s barely a moment to catch our breath as we tumble about with the dark exhilarating track. The international union straight crushes it on Vision, which is available, here.

November 15, 2017
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AWOLNATION’s Run is a wicked tune, a bass bristling, string taut, ominous and intense alt extravaganza from the incomparable band with an unrivaled ability to bring us the imaginative and unique. As such, the remix potential seems limitless, and a handful of producers have already given their face melting takes on the song. Australian veteran What So Not partners up with fast rising New Zealand production star QUIX (who seems to be showing up a whole lot lately) to give us their dark cinematic, acerbic jarring remix of Run, rife with filthy bass and trappy jolts. It’s a spine-tingler of a battle ready, wildly ferocious edit. And it’s a free download, here.

November 14, 2017

I’m not glad I had to miss Alison Wonderland and Elohim when they toured to Oakland last month. In fact, I’m the opposite of glad. But I had no choice, and now I can only hope that these amazing artists will come back around the Bay again soon. In the meantime, Alison Wonderland takes us to our “happy place” with a sick new tune. Happy Place is her first new solo music in over two years, a gritty jabbing, tense gripping, and grandly cinematic trap and bass opus co-produced by Lido, Quix, and Joel Little. The heavy hitting banger and mesmeric thriller is just the high voltage elixir we need. Download/stream the earth jouncing jam, here.

November 2, 2017
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Canadian production whiz Ekali has partnered up with New Zealand’s QUIX to pay tribute to the great Porter Robinson. The union presents us with a spectacular remix of Porter’s Language, lifting us to great zeniths of ecstasy with their melodic thrusting, synth flickering rendition. Its smooth future bass and bright eyed chill trap complements Porter Robinson’s hallmark wondrous and widescreen production. The breathtaking, heartbursting edit is a free download, here.

September 8, 2017
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I’ve been missing Cappa’s breathy seductive pop vocals, so I was elated when I stumbled upon a new electronic track featuring the Nashville starlet. Skin To Skin is a brain melting trap banger, too, crafted by Auckland producer QUIX and fellow rising production star Bishu. The jarring spectacular is out now on Dim Mak, and it’s sure to bring you a whole lot of dizzying bliss and adrenaline pumping euphoria with its Flume meets HudMo like drops, twitches, and jolts. Grab the song on iTunes, here.