The first time I heard Rusty Hook was when he flipped Jack U‘s “Where Are U Now” – he’s honestly been pumping out so many tunes lately that it’s hard to keep up. I figured it was time to pay tribute to the bass god who’s been supported by such festival superstars as Zedds Dead, among others.
The young producer from Tolouse, France has been making his own mark. Utilizing dripping and scraping samples to portray an organic feel onto unexpected remix-ee’s as T.A.T.U’s “All the Things She Said”. Check out his latest original, and enjoy the free download! Always good to cop that shit onto your iPod.
A friend of mine introduced me to this interesting producer, TWRK, who I had never heard of before. Given the fact that the release is published by Mad Decent Records, I decided to give it a few listens. I honestly wasn’t expecting the track to be so wild – something about the way they harness the unique nature of an a’capella and warp it to the rhythm of an insane block-rocking 808 kick, slightly gives me the shivers.
I feel almost as if I should check myself in to bass addicts anonymous after this one. I think it’s got me hooked.
Highly recommended for anyone looking to turn things up for the weekend – or give into your thirsty Thursday rituals.
Check it out!
Can’t get enough of these guys – french funk masters the Noisy Freaks are back with another HUGE sound. Carefully crafted into a beauty of a banger, this producer duo are unstoppable with their rhodes-laden sex music. I can see it now – you’ll be cruising off into the night with the sunset in YOUR rearview blasting this smooth groove with your significant other.
The guys have gotten a ton of support from Gramatik in the recent past, it’s not wonder that they’re taking off in such a huge way – 2015 here they come!
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Very little if any ASAP Rocky has been posted on Sunset thus far, which is a shame, because he’s unbelievable. I’ll take responsibility for that–sometimes I never end up posting artists that I listen to regularly, and when I realize it, I always feel weird.
Anyway, Rocky signed a nice little $3 million deal today with Sony, and released this track in celebration.
Mean, mean sample at the beginning, and dope production from Clams Casino which you can always expect from them.
A Fucking Sap. Recognize that name, kid’s going places.
Live Love A$AP
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Earlier this week, LA trio The Glitch Mob dropped their newest EP “We Can Make The World Stop,” contributing yet another excellent edition into their short but groundbreaking musical career. Their 2010 debut album “Drink the Sea” was a landmark in electronic music, creating a glitchy, grimey, bass-heavy electronic style that their new EP refines and expands on in every way. While each of the three new tracks display an equally unique and gripping facet of their style, the title track truly stands out. Combining strings, piano and electronic effects into an ominous and epic symphony of sound, “We Can Make The World Stop” solidifies The Glitch Mob’s standing as an up-and-coming force in the electronic music scene.
Album Rating: 8/10