Selfies have been linked to mental illness, narcissism and addiction–none of which is news to The Chainsmokers, a New York City–based DJ duo who are rising to success with their infuriatingly infectious single “#SELFIE.” The song is pure audio click bait, from the hashtag in the title to its focus on the neologism du jour: Building on a stubborn earworm of a synth break, the two producers trade the euphoric vocals that often accompany electronic-dance-music singles for a satirical spoken-word track of a girl trying to take the perfect photo during a night out in a club. “Can you guys help me pick a filter?” she drawls.
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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.
Thanks WAD, for the recent website feature on Dim Mak and our new Fall collection. WAD, is a quarterly magazine sold globally that features an array of topics in their magazine and website covering cutting edge trends in fashion, music and design.
— Wad Magazine (@wadmag) September 11, 2012
Described by the magazine as “true originals” and compared to the likes of the “Beastie Boys, Crass, and Ministry“, ATR mixes “hardcore punk, hip-hop, and pounding techno.”
Free download link inside and be sure to check out the cover of the magazine after the jump.