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Coldplay – Paradise (3 Stripes Remix ft. Basik) *dubstep rap remix

March 10th, 2012 by | Dubstep, Remix |

First, if you like dubstep, keep reading. Second, if you really like Coldplay, then keep reading. Third, if you like hearing some rap over non-rap beats, then give this a listen.

Below is a 3 Stripes remix to “Paradise”, basically turning the beat into dubstep, keeping the catchy vocals from Chris Martin and rapper Basik lending some solid rhymes. Listen and download below.

Music. Fashion. Collaboration. The Future of NOW.

January 7th, 2012 by | Alternative/Indie, Before Bigs Exclusive, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Electro, Electronic Rock, Electropop, Guest Mix, Hip-Hop/Rap, Rock |


So I decided to create a rather unconventional music post today. Get ready to be INSPIRED.

I’ve recently helped some friends of mine launch a clothing line called the  ADAMO Collection. The whole idea behind this company is to provide a platform for rebelliously creative young people to pursue their passions, collaborate with each other, and express themselves freely. As a forward thinking company centered on passion and creativity, we look forward to working with bands, DJs, music blogs, etc!

Needless to say, launching a clothing line sure isn’t easy and 18 hour workdays are not unheard of. In order to stay sane and keep inspiration flowing, we blast music on our sick sound system 24/7. I thought it’d be neat to share some of these tunes with you guys and so I’ve compiled a playlist of some of our most listened to tracks on spotify. I’ve included everything from electronica/dubstep artists like Pendulum, Doctor P, Flux Pavilion, Emancipator, The Glitch Mob, Benny Benassi, and Steve Aoki, to more indie/alternative tracks from bands like The Naked and Famous, The Civil Wars, and M83. I also threw in some Tinie Tempah, Coldplay, and Claude Debussy. I think my favorite track has gotta be Pendulum’s The Island ( Dusk til Dawn remix). SOOO GOOD. Click the link below to stream this exclusive playlist!

ADAMO Collection Playlist 2012




Sex Ray Vision update *Collin McLoughlin, 3 remixes and 1 electro-house original

December 2nd, 2011 by | Dubstep, Electro, House, Remix |

We got 5 new bangers from my favorite Northern California music duo, Sex Ray Vision. These guy have more potential than LMFAO, 3Oh!3 and other duos that attempt to mix electronic dance music with various other elements like hip-hop and pop.

Their latest song is actually by Collin McLoughlin, “Is It Love”, but is produced by Sex Ray VisionCollin McLoughlin is the type of artist who likes to release lots of remixes and covers for free but never releases any original material. Well one of his first forays into original produced material comes from Sex Ray Vision and is an electronic house pop banger that NEEDS to be on the radio! MUST-DOWNLOAD track!
Collin McLoughlin – Is It Love (Prod. by Sex Ray Vision) by sexrayvision

Before the Collin McLoughlin song, Sex Ray Vision decided to release a few remixes, giving tracks from Kelly Clarkson, Coldplay and Foster the People a new type of sound. The Kelly Clarkson and Coldplay tunes are electro-house/dubstep remixes while the FTP “Pumped Up Kicks” remix is more of just an electro-house remix.
Mr. Know It All (Sex Ray Vision Dubstep Remix) by sexrayvision

Paradise (Sex Ray Vision Remix) by sexrayvision

Pumped Up Kicks (Sex Ray Vision Remix) by sexrayvision

Lastly about 3 weeks ago, Sex Ray Vision released an electro-house banger titled, “Forcefield”. This is a certified 5-star must-download BANGER.
Forcefield by sexrayvision

Coldplay – “Every Teardrop is a Waterfall” (Avicii Remix)

September 28th, 2011 by | House, Remix, Techno, Trance |

Avicci remixes Coldplay’s “Every Teardrop is a Waterfall” and with style. This guy kills it as usual and seems to be everyone’s favorite DJ right now. You all already know about all of Avicii’s work so I don’t need to explain anymore. Just listen and enjoy!

Download: Coldplay – “Every Teardrop is a Waterfall” (Avicii Remix)

Festival Review: Lollapalooza 2011 (Friday, August 5th)

August 9th, 2011 by | Concert/Festival Review, Dance, House, Reviews, Rock |

World famous music festival, Lollapalooza celebrated it’s 20th anniversary in Chicago’s Grant Park and with style. It was my first one ever and I will definitely be returning again next year. With 125+ acts performing in the span of three full days, it was impossible see them all.  However, the amount of awesome DJ’s, rappers, bands, I saw was quite a legendary experience which I will never forget.

Day 1: (Skrillix, Afrojack, Ratatat, & Coldplay)

On Friday, my flight from Los Angeles to Chicago was delayed about an hour. I didn’t get into town until 3:30 PM. By the time I dropped my stuff off at my buddies apartment and arrived at Grant Park, it was already 6:40 in the evening. That being said, I only saw four acts. However, they happened to be Skrillix, Afrojack, Ratatat, and Coldplay.

I would have loved to have seen acts like Foster The People, Young the Giant, Girl Talk, and Muse on Friday as well, but you can’t see them all.

Skrillix and Afrojack played at the famous “Perry’s” stage at Lolla which is heavily influenced by electronic/house music. When Skrillix played “Kill Everybody”, the crowd went nuts. The same went for Afrojack’s “Pop On Acid” which you know was raging. That being said, I felt it was appropriate to include these in this post.

Skrillix – “Kill Everybody” (Download)

Afrojack – “Pop On Acid” (Download)

Right after Afrojack, I made my way over to the Google+ stage to see Ratatat rock out. I only saw three songs of theirs because Coldplay was performing at the exact same time and I wanted to see them live as well. I cut my last hour on Friday between both acts and they were incredible. I have always been a big fan of Ratatat, but after seeing them live, especially when they played “Loud Pipes”, I discovered a whole new love for the duo.

Ratatat – “Loud Pipes” (Download)

When I went to the Budlight stage to see Coldplay, I was amazed at their stage presence and ability to flow smoothly between tracks. “Clocks” which was one of their first big hits and one of my personal favorite tracks of theres was performed near the end of their gig. What a way to complete the first day of Lolla.

Coldplay – “Clocks” (Download)

Sampled Saturday *Phil Ade, David Dallas, Logic & Stranger Day

June 4th, 2011 by | Hip-Hop/Rap, Sampled Saturday |

This week’s sampled saturday features hip-hop that samples Coldplay, Motown and electr0-pop.

First let’s go with the biggest act and the latest song from Phil Ade. “Speed of Sound” samples the Coldplay song of the same name. The beat is mostly intact with some added instrumentals and the rapping replacing the Chris Martin vocals makes for an interesting take on the original.
Phil Ade – Speed of Sound
Next we take a chill pill with David Dallas‘ “Sideline” featuring Che Fu. Super relaxing weekend chill old school sounding hip-hop with the R&B/soul sample.
David Dallas – Sideline (ft Che Fu)
Logic takes on a smooth electronic sample in “Nothing But A Hero”. I like the instrumental a lot, the rapping is solid, overall a dope sound.
Logic – Nothing But A Hero (Remix)
Lastly my favorite Southern white rapper, Stranger Day is out with a new one, sampling Gold Panda with “Marriage”. Again, I’m a huge fan of the beat, rapping is ok.
Gold Panda – Marriage (Stranger Day Rap Edit)

Previous: Sampled Saturday – Mac Miller, Kid QC, Bei Maejor, Sampled Saturday – 90’s Finest, Phil Ade, Luke Christopher

Mashup Monday: Love edition

February 14th, 2011 by | Mashup, Mashup Monday |

Here’s my favorite mashups that have the word love in the title, in honor of Valentines Day.

First is the most recent mashups by Party Ben. It’s a dope mashup with several artists and a variety of songs mixed together.
Party Ben – Let There Be Love/Beethoven Lockdown (Kanye vs. Justice vs. Soulwax vs. Walter Murphy)
Next is The Hood Internet who mixes Asher Roth vocals with The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart’s instrumentals. It’s The Hood Internet so you know it’s going to be a good mashup.
The Hood Internet – I Love Friction (Asher Roth vs The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart)
Next is a mashup between Kanye West and Fall Out Boy. It’s mixed really well and is quite catchy.
Kanye West x Fall Out Boy – I Don’t Care I Still Love Her
Lastly off one of my favorite mashup projects, Viva La Hova, comes a mashup produced by The Kickdrums called “No Love Coming Home” which mixes Coldplay with Jay-Z.
Coldplay x Jay-Z – No Love Coming Home (produced by The Kickdrums)

Daily Mash – Coldplay vs Jason DeRulo

November 16th, 2010 by | Mashup |

“Ridin’ Clocks” pits Jason DeRulo vs Coldplay. Really good kind of simple mashup by Martinn Bootleg.

Ridin’ Clocks [Martinn Bootleg]

Viva La Hova: Remastered (Jay Z vs. Coldplay mashup)

September 26th, 2010 by | Mashup, Remix |

Whatever reservations you may have against mashups, you have to give this one a chance. This mixtape is hosted by DJ’s Mick Boogie and Terry Urban but has several other great producers mixing Jay-Z and Coldplay. 

Mashup-haters should give this a listen because it doesn’t even sound like a mashup. The Jay-Z and Coldplay songs are mixed together so well. They released the original of this two years ago, but recently re-released a remastered version of it without the DJ drops.

Download Viva La Hova: Remastered

By the way Jay-Z has mentioned he likes the mixtape and Coldplay even linked it up on their website. Enjoy!

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