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Review: Mad Decent Block Party Los Angeles

August 26th, 2012 by | Concert/Festival Review, Dance, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Electro, Electropop, Hip-Hop/Rap, House, Music Video, Remix, Techno |

Yesterday, I attended the Mad Decent Block Party in Los Angeles. I saw performances from Zeds DeadTheophilus London, Munchi, Paul Devro, 3Ball MTY, Bonde Do Role, Clockwork, Casey Veggies and Paper Diamond. I pretty much saw every act I wanted to and saw at least one that reaffirmed my belief he will not be a breakout star. Read my review below. (more…)

Stream: Kanga – Conversations With Delusional People

August 24th, 2012 by | Drum & Bass, Dubstep |

Not sure how I would describe this song. Kanga creates a mix of drum & bass with some weird dubstep that isn’t annoying. Shout out to @IamJove for sending this our way. Stream below and keep an eye out on Kanga!

I couldn’t find a cover art so I decided to post a conversation between two musicians who sometimes can be quite delusional about the world around them.

Remix Battle: “Turn The World On” *Protohype & Kezwik vs TheFatRat

August 23rd, 2012 by | Dance, Dubstep, Electro, Electropop, Remix, Remix Battle |

If you haven’t heard Static Revenger‘s electro-pop top -40 hit “Turn The World On” featuring Dev, listen and download the original here. In the last week, I came across two remixes to this song that specifically stood out to me; the genre-blending remix from TheFatRat and the dubstep/electro remix from Protohype & Kezwik. Listen to them both below and let us know which you like more! (more…)

King Fantastic x Skrillex – Hollyrock Jam Session (Troublemaker Edit)

August 3rd, 2012 by | Dubstep, Electro, Hip-Hop/Rap, Remix |

DJ Troublemaker of King Fantastic has decided to mash their track, “Hollyrock Jam Session” with the instrumental’s to the Skrillex song, “Tung”. Here’s how that turns out.

Previous: King Fantastic x Zeds Dead – G Sharp (Troublemaker Edit)

Savoy, Jupiter & More Rock Dim Mak Studios

August 3rd, 2012 by | Concert/Festival Review, Dance, Dubstep, Electro, Electronic Dance Music, House, Trance |

Dim Mak Studios in Hollywood have been known for their great shows on Tuesdays and this past one further explains why they are so great. EDM duo Savoy, Jupiter and Burn Unit, among others rocked a pack house of energetic party goers. Apparently  LA Riots, performed as a secret guest. I did not see that part of the show but I bet it was awesome.

I started my night with Burn Unit. He is a house DJ based in Los Angeles. The place wasn’t super packed yet but there were still a lot of people watching him spin. He was not amazing but still pretty solid. Below is his 30 minute set called “Part I: The Afterparty” which has a very similar vibe to what he played at Dim Mak the other night.

Next I saw Jupiter, an Electro Disco Funk duo originally from Paris France. They put on a great show and their vibe really set up the night perfectly for Savoy to come on stage next. Check out a mini-mix of Jupiter’s upcoming album Juicy Lucy. Many of these tracks were played during their set.

The night really got popping off was when Savoy came on stage. Not only did the venue fill up faster than college kids passing around a bong, but they even brought on a very talented female vocalist by the name of Heather Bright to add authenticity to their performance.

I’ve been saying it for a while and I’ll mention it again, DJ’s need to start bringing singers on stage with them. It brings their shows to a whole new level and it was apparent last night. Check out my favorite song of there’s live called “We Are The Sun”. Enjoy!

As a whole, a very enjoyable show. Wish I could’ve stayed longer to see LA Riots but I still had an amazing time!

Contest: Win tickets to Coyote Kisses & theFatRat in the Green Room, Ft. Lauderdale

July 22nd, 2012 by | Before Bigs Exclusive, Daily Mix, Dance, Disco, Dubstep, Electro, Electronic Dance Music, House, Mashup, Remix |

On Thursday July 26, it’s going down at The Green Room in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with performances by Coyote Kisses, theFatRat and Renegades of Funk. The show, produced by our friends from Bakers Dozen Presents, is sponsored by us and the online EDM publication Vacay Wave, this is a show you don’t want to miss! Full details on facebook.

Tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster but we are giving away two tickets. Tweet below to win!

To improve your chances of winning,

Contest ends at 12am EST on Wednesday July 25; Below is some music from the up-and-coming acts performing. (more…)

Skrillex ft. Wale – Trung

July 17th, 2012 by | Dubstep, Hip-Hop/Rap |

Wale hops on a hip-hop/dubstep style track from Skrillex. It’s pretty interesting but is it any good? I can’t enjoy that womp womp womp stuff unless I’m seeing in live but when you throw hip-hop or other elements into the production, you get mixed results.

Stream and download “Trung” and let us know your thoughts on this in the comments below.
Download Skrillex Trung (Feat. Wale)

Shouts to TSIS on 1st exposing us to the song.

The Beatles – Eleanor Rigby (Feature Cuts Remix)

June 24th, 2012 by | Dubstep |

Touching a classic track such as this is always a risk but when done right, the result is always fantastic. Be warned, the drop on this one is filthy. Listen & Download Below!

Dubstep Remix Monday *Krewella, Inna and Van Halen

June 11th, 2012 by | Dubstep, Remix |

Three new dubstep remixes. I hope it’s not too early to get your womp womp womp on. Stream and download the dubstep remixes below from Krewella to their original collaboration with Adventure Club, then Fork’n’Knife remixes INNA and Wick-It remixes Van Halen‘s classic “Jump”. (more…)

Fork’n’Knife x The Cataracs x DJ Carnage – 17 *dubstep/electro-pop

June 7th, 2012 by | Dubstep, Electro, Electropop, House |

Fork’n’Knife teamed up with pop heavyweights,The Cataracs (producers of #1 hits on the Billboard charts “Like a G6” by Far East MovementDEV’s “Dancing in the dark” and “Bass Down Low”) along with Dj Carnage for this dubstep track. You can grab this right now for FREE!

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