Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Mondays Are For Monster Mash

Mondays... back from the untamed wilderness of the weekend to the responsibilities and commitments of real life. Or at least that's what it seems like... However, after years of research and clinical trials, I've discovered a fool-proof method for making sure that, as Soulwax says, "part of the weekend never dies". This method consists of finding the biggest and baddest tracks around, and then proceeding to assault your eardrums with them at the loudest possible volume. If employed correctly, the result should be somewhere between a decent boost and the inability to stop moving your body like you're caught in some sort of tribalistic dance circle.

This first song has been dropped recently by big names like Crookers and Felix Cartel, and it looks as if it's about to be one of the biggest songs of the fall. Antidote is a gem straight out of sweden with a drum pattern strobey enough to send an epileptic into a seizure.

Style of Eye & Magnus - Antidote

Kids At The Bar have done a reworking of the new Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner single Animal Rights, and it's simply out of this world.
Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner - Animal Rights (Kids At The Bar Edit)

Magnetic Man have been making a lot of noise with their recent self-titled LP. Up first we have a Steve Angello Remix that's absolutely massive... the buildup takes about two minutes, but the drop is well worth it. Angello seems to have a knack for putting together the most epic synth lines known to man. The second is a Bright & Shiny approved track off of Magnetic Man's new album that comes at the request of one of our loyal fans Stephanie.
Magnetic Man feat. Katy B - Perfect Stranger (Steve Angello Remix)

Magnetic Man - I Need Air

Up next, some jungly and bangin' progressive house from even more swedish djs
Jerry Ropero & Denis The Menace Ft. Jaqueline - Coracao (Sandro Monte & Andres Cabrera Remix)

Los Angeles' response to Dada Life, Religion have been one of my favorite up-and-coming acts for a while now. Known for their monstrous remixes and energy packed live sets, Religion have done it again with this genre-defying reinterpretation of M.I.A.'s Steppin Up.
M.I.A. - Steppin' Up (Religion Remix)

We warned you that we might have to keep throwing up remixes from Martin Solveig's world-shattering Hello EP. Michael Woods effort here is nothing short of incredible, so I'd feel remise if i didn't share it with you.
Martin Solveig feat. Dragonette - Hello (Michael Woods Remix) 

Let me start of by saying that Uffie is pretty awesome. For whatever reason though, halfway decent remixes of her can be hard to find sometimes. Which is strange, considering she's on French super label Ed Banger. Far Too Loud have done here what few others have managed to do, putting together an Uffie remix that's entirely worth listening to.
Uffie - MCs Can Kiss (Far Too Loud Refix)

This is probably the only time you will ever see me post dubstep. Unless i keep hearing stuff like this, that is. Bassnectar manages to blend the stylings of dubstep with the rhythm hip-hop into something wholly irresistible known  as Dub Hop. 
Bassnectar - Wildstyle method

Just for fun..
Justincase - Teach Me How To Say It Ain't So


1 comment:

  1. fuckin love you guys. i'llll see you at ultra