Last week we released the two track EP featuring, BXXX’s latest track Rebellion (Lies) along with the remix from Dances With White Girls. In honor of the EP, BXXX has compiled ten tracks for his chart featuring tracks from Skrillex, Autoerotique, M83, Nero, and others. You can grab the collection on Beatport now.
- Cubic Zirconia – Fuck Work (Dances With White Girls Remix)
- Junior Sanchez – I Believe In featuring – Karmen
- Skrillex – With You, Friends (Long Drive)
- Danny Avila – Breaking Your Fall
- Nero – Must Be The Feeling
- Wolfgang Gartner – Love & War
- Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf
- M83 – Teen Angst
- Paul Kalkbrenner – Revolte
- Autoerotique – Turn Up The Volume
After causing a bit of hysteria with a NSFW Go-Pro video full of lady topers, BXXX (pronounced Bronx) “Lies” reappears but this time with a remix by NYC based producer/DJ Dances With White Girls. BXXX first single “Lies” is a re-imagining of the Arcade Fire “Rebellion (Lies)” as a bonafide nightlife anthem.
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We’d like to invite you all to watch our latest video premiere, Lies by BXXX. BXXX (pronounced Bronx) is an electronic rock project completely devoted to providing musical scores for films about the nightlife. BXXX works with various collaborators to provide the direction for each soundtrack. BXXX explains his vision behind his video,
“The ‘Lies’ video came about because I was looking online to see how well a GOPRO camera could shoot at night, and I found almost no footage so I decided to do my own “nighttime tests” video by exploring crazy moments in the New York party scene exclusively through the eyes of a camera which is almost exclusively used for extreme sports. The ending barfing montage is an homage to William Peter Blatty.”
This two minute video takes it up a notch, taking you into the night life of various party girls in clubs, taxis, subways, on poles, and other locations. However we do warn you that this video may contain inappropriate material for some viewers so we urge you all to watch at your own risk.