As the dust settles from the explosion of R3hab’s killer remix of “We Found Love” last month, new visions begin to rise above the clouds. This one is a totally different feel than the electrified, partied out version we’ve since become addicted to. Eos throws us back and forth between melodic synths and hardstyle dubstep bass and wobbles from all over the spectrum. At times I find myself slipping into a trance with the introductions, only to then be whipped in the face with massive bass and distortion. Definitely a surprising and unpredictable take on the already smash hit.
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Are these two things even legally allowed to be present in the same song title? I’m speechless. Let’s face it, you know this song and you know Skrillex. For me to even attempt to describe either would be blasphemous. But I’m a reckless man so I’ll give you a hint at what you’re in for here. The club, radio, and pop-hoppin’ “Levels” collides with the hardstyle production of the prince of modern dubstep in an epic remix for the ages. This sound is rockin’ for headbanging and dance floors at the same time. Treat your ears to this collision of epic proportions.
Annd we’re back with more killer beats to melt your face off. That being said, please give me a moment to collect my features off the floor from this massive electro house thumper. I was never a huge Dada Life fan, but this bass-ripping ensemble completely converted me. Rocking a deep electro feel, this will certainly move the floor from under your feet. This marks yet another occasion I had a full subwoofer in my car. I need to invest.
For the third and final installment of the “Alvin Risk kicks ass series” this week, I bring you a deep, electro-house remix that will beat you below sea level. Remixing fellow OWSLA steppers, Kill The Noise, Alvin Risk brings back a new take on deep house with a few signature electro elements you’ve come to expect from the rapidly rising producer. This one is much deeper in attitude that the past two tracks of his I’ve shared this past week, but shows one hell of a range in sound. Keep em comin’ Alvin.
DUBAWUBA! Who’s that sexy remix!? Mavrik, that’s who. It was only a matter of time before someone nailed this one on in true dubstep style. This hard remix of todays favorite pop-house song is packed with hardtysle dubstep wobbles, hilarious sound samples, and of course those eloquent vocals from LMFAO. Well, eloquence may be an overindulgence in description. But sexy? You know it.
Alright, this one had to be posted. Even though it only came out a little over a day ago, there’s a solid chance that you may have already had the pleasure of hearing this new pop-electro banger from the mixmaster, R3hab. Not quite as epic as his remix of “We Found Love” in my opinion, but still an amazing spin on a new pop hit. In case you haven’t heard, R3hab has been tearing it up at a few sets of the Dayglow Blu tour. To all you who have had the pleasure to see this live, I envy you. At the rate he’s been releasing tracks I’m sure there’s another one on the way soon. Be on the lookout!
Time to kick off that Friday night in pure rage-style. The mau5 man throws down some of his most hard-hitting beats and electro/house flair in this overly sexual floor-bumper. In addition to somewhat disturbingly excited vocals, Deadmau5 delivers some of the fullest sound and deepest bass I’ve ever heard on one of his hit tracks. An ode to a good night, “Afterhours” is pure house gold. Raise those cups in the air and get ready to make it a late one.