Robert Raimon Roy’s latest lyrics video “Dookie” was featured on World Star Hip Hop, a popular online urban outlet. Along with Dookie, Robert Raimon Roy has released three other tracks off his next album, Le Tigre on his SoundCloud including Robert Raimon Roy, Little Wavy Egypt, and Axela. Each of these tracks gives a glimpse of upcoming album release. You can now preview these four songs on Robert Raimon Roy’s SoundCloud.
With Revolr & Lea Luna’s “Machine” EP dropping tomorrow, here’s a great video teaser featured on Vibe’s website to hold you over until the official release. Tomorrow’s release from the dynamic duo is sure to leave you wishing there was more than just three tracks, but until then their video teaser can be viewed on Vibe.
I recently came across this article on UR Chicago, that sums up Killbot’s latest EP, Sound Surgery to a T. Killbot, a project between Jonathan Davis, Sluggo, and Tyler Blue has proved to be a fan favorite since its release. UR Chicago describes the EP as, “likely to go down as one of the best releases of the American dubstep scene” and even goes on to say “Steve Aoki has always been a great tastemaker and this Killbot release is no exception.” You can read the full article here.
Killbot’s EP is also available for purchase on iTunes.
With today’s release of Proxy’s debut album, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PART 1, we’d like to thank a few blogs for the awesome features and reviews, and urge you all to take a look.
Hammarica.com recently caught up with Proxy in an exclusive interview regarding the album release, EDM scene in Russia, and more! Check out the interview here to get to know the man behind the music a little better.
Along with the interview, Exclaim featured the album stating the release, “explores rave culture and classic drum and bass music, with the collection’s sound.” The feature focuses on Red Juke, one of the eleven tracks on Proxy’s release. You can read the full feature on Exclaim.com.
Last but not least, MTV Hive featured the album along with the track Raw stating, “Raw turns out to be something Harrison Ford could surely kick some ass to.” You can read full feature on MTVHive.com.
For more info on Music From The Eastblock Jungles Part 1, click here.
Yung Skeeter has done it again with his official remix for That Work’s latest single, Soul on Fire. That Work, a musical group formed by Harry McNally and Kosuke Kasza in New York City met Yung Skeeter in 2007 when Harry was working with clothing company, Pegleg. Just after finishing Soul on Fire, the duo collaborated with Yung Skeeter for a remix for their orginal track. The Yung Skeeters remix is now available for free download to add to to your personal collection of remixes.
Read the feature on RCRDLBL
Magnetic Magazine reached out to Felix Cartal to discuss his ‘life music chart’, featuring all the “Top 5” tracks, both new and old, that made him into who he is today. In an interesting array of music, Felix was asked to provide his favorites amongst the “Top Dance”, “Top Electronic”, “Top Non Electronic”, “Most Played On iTunes”, including a random mention to the most “ideal tracks for a summertime pool party”.
“I’ve always loved electronic music, even as a child. I have memories of jamming out to Benny Benassi’s “Rock ‘N’ Rave” album in the car with my grandmother on my way home from middle school. It’s funny to think that now everywhere I look, I see a reflection of my younger music years. Not to say that I don’t indulge in that type of music any more, because I do — probably way more than I should. With that said, I would like to focus this week’s Sound Drip on an EDM producer whom I feel deserves a bit more time in the spotlight: Felix Cartal.”
View the full editorial at alligator.org here.
Yahoo! Music has featured Steve Aoki’s newest video for “Ladi Dadi”, featuring Wynter Gordon, with an exclusive premiere of the behind-the-scenes footage. Get the full report, including the original video by visiting Yahoo! Music here.
“I clicked on the link for Steve Aoki’s “Ladi Dadi” video featuring Wynter Gordon, hoping for a remake of Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick’s many times remade beatbox classic “La Di Da Di.”
But just as quickly as the electro rhythm and Wynter’s opening lyrics, “Dim the lights,” signaled that this was not a cover, I was intrigued by the dimly-lit, dinner scene that suggested something sinister was about to take place.
Within 50 seconds, the sultry Gordon has crawled across the dining room table and kicked Steve Aoki in the face, knocking him onto the floor, where she proceeds to unleash on him a WWF-styled beatdown.”
Think the bustling energy of The Klaxons, Bloc Party and The Kills – so says electronic DJ producer Steve Aoki when describing the latest addition to his Dim Mak record label family, New Ivory. The band features three gents – Alessandro, Mickey and Andy – all hailing from London, England, and according to Aoki their sound is an explosion of British rock that he’s super-pyched for fans to hear. The band’s first video for “Something You Should Know” is out online, but Steve Aoki wants to know what YOU think of New Ivory!
Check out the video below or read the full write up here.
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