Author: Tim Gauthier

[Rolling Stone Premiere] Borgore parties with Waka Flocka Flame and Paige on new ‘Wild Out’ single!

October 7, 2013 Tim Gauthier Music, News Tags: , , , , ,

100413-wild-out-600-1380907204Israeli DJ-producer Borgore has a knack for stitching together eclectic styles. As a former death-metal drummer, he brings a hard-hitting approach to his electronic tunes – but he’s still savvy enough to collaborate with artists of very different genres. On his new single, “Wild Out,” he brings both a pop singer, Paige, and a rapper, Waka Flocka Flame, into the fold.

“What the fuck you hatin’ for?” sings Paige over blaring electro-bass drops and Euro-house synths. “Give me a round of applause!” Check out an exclusive stream of the track on Rolling Stone.

Borgore had high praise for her, as well as for his guest rapper. “Working with Waka was like working with the energy of an MMA fight, while Paige brought a serene, silky, angel-like voice and I had to somehow mix them both together. Mission.”

“Wild Out” will be released on October 15th, on Dim Mak Records, and it’s available for pre-order on iTunes and Borgore’s official website. The Wild Out EP will be released later this fall.
(via Rolling Stone)

LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE STREAM OF THE WILD OUT SINGLE HERE

[trackitdown #1] Goon Squad – Correction (Original Mix) off the ‘Twerk’ EP

October 3, 2013 Tim Gauthier Music Tags: , , ,

We are elated to announce that Goon Squad’s recent “Twerk EP” release just last week has been getting great reception from bass music fans alike. Just in the past week, all the support its received pushed it up the #11 spot on Hip-Hop Top 100 Releases Beatport chart. Even better yet, we just received news that the second track on this hard hitting release, “Correction,” has already earned the #1 position on Track It Down’s Top 100 Dubstep tracks. At this rate, the “Twerk EP” will definitely be heard in clubs all around the nation. Be sure to cop your own “Twerk EP” on Beatport to enjoy these bangin’ tunes for yourself, and like Goon Squad on Facebook to keep updated. You can also check out the Track It Down website to steam this bass heavy track.

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Music Video: Felix Cartal feat. Koko LaRoo “Young Love” (Official Video) on MuchMusic.com!

September 27, 2013 Tim Gauthier Music, News, Video Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Felix Cartal is experiencing a monumental year! With a slew of chart-topping releases, including his recent “Past, Present, Felix” EP, and a North American tour that kicked off with a bang,  Canada’s electro-house golden boy knows no limits!

Having just reached the #1 spot on Hype Machine popular charts, Felix’s summer single “Young Love (feat. KoKo LaRoo)” is making massive waves in the blogosphere. To add fuel to that fire, the official video for the track has just been featured as one of the “fresh videos” on Canada’s iconic pop-culture site www.muchmusic.com!

Felix will be participating in an in-studio interview with Much Music coming up soon! #staytuned

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[SPIN Premiere] KASTLE Wrings a Bubbly 2-Step Remix out of Dirtyphonics’ Brutal ‘Hanging on Me’

September 26, 2013 Tim Gauthier Music, News Tags: , , , ,

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Is there any sound so tough that a U.K. garage refix can’t turn into something pliable and seductive? Apparently, not, at least judging from the Los Angeles producer Kastle’s remix of “Hanging on Me,” a new song from the French quartet Dirtyphonics. Their recent singles have typically trod the line between headbanging and Ed Banging: “No Stopping Us,” featuring Foreign Beggars, was hip-house via Alice in Chains, while “Walk in the Fire” was forged of blast beats and chugging metal guitars. “Hanging on Me” is similar, marrying Master of Puppets-inspired twinned leads to a shuddering, dubsteppy cadence and topping it off with vocals from the Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss, who here sounds, improbably but intriguingly, a little like Cat Power imitating Ozzy Osbourne. In Kastle’s hands, though, the tune flashes back to 2-step’s glory days, complete with bouncy organ bass line and synths as bubbly as a freshly uncorked bottle of Dom. In contrast to 2-step’s habit of making chipmunks out of its singers, he plays Moss’ vocals relatively straight, save for a judicious bit of glottal chopping, but he strays from convention by briefly flipping the groove into a brittle triplet rhythm that’s halfway between trap and Schaffel. If you’ve ever dreamed of a Lex Luger/Superpitcher collaboration, here’s the next best thing. (via SPIN)

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