One of the things I enjoy so much about music from Poisound is he has the uncanny ability to produce tracks that are wild and heavy, but always danceable. Whether its his remix of “Make It Bun Dem” or his track with Will Bailey “Boombahcore“, he can always get the party going, which is exactly what will be happening with this one; perfectly titled “Music Feel Me Up”. At 112, this track has a little added energy that is backed by a barrage of fat basses, crazy synths and many other interesting sounds. I found this track on a glitch hop site, but I am going to have to slam the moombahcore label on this one for a few reasons. If you haven’t read it yet, or just want a refresher, we got an interview from Poisound a while back which you can find here. Grab this free tune and be on the lookout for more in the future!
Poisound – Music Feel Me Up: Free Download
Now let me tell you from first hand experience that this festival is definitely the top contender when it comes to EDM shows in Colorado. Obviously the beautiful venue plays a major role but the production and all around vibe calls for a one of a kind experience. Last year I had the pleasure of seeing artists such as Knife Party, Hardwell, Zeds Dead, Excision, and Dillon Francis rock the stage with seamless mixing and massive choons.
Well for the 11th year in a row Global Dance Festival is back at Red Rocks July 19th thru the 21st. They still haven’t released the full lineup yet, but who they have announced so far reassures us that the rest of the artists are gonna be some heavy hitters. July 19: Beats Antique, EOTO, Emancipator, Ott, Zoogma, Signal Path, and Sorne. July 20th: Savoy, Sander van Doorn, Arty, Emma Hewitt, Carnage, K-Theory, and Ecotek. July 21st: Mimosa, GRiZ, Gramatik, Baauer & RL Grime, Kill Paris, and Seven Lions. Can’t wait to see all of your beautiful faces there!
I’m hearing rumors that tickets are almost 75% sold out, so grab em before they’re gone right here: http://bit.ly/GDF2012Tix
Find more information right here: http://globaldancefestival.com/site/news.php?sid=14&nid=169
If you’re feeling the pressure from finals and end of the school year projects, then you’re not the only one. After all, we literarily have a couple of weeks left until most of our summers begin. Here is a midtempo track to get you ready for all the dancing you are going to do during festival season. K-Theory and JPinnau are two up and coming artist you will be glad you discovered now as both are getting more massive. Vengeance is a great glitchy track filled with a set of masterful patterns.
The San Francisco natives K-Theory have recently been creating some great songs for people to enjoy. They most recently did a remix of “Slap Me” for Kill Paris‘s “To A New Earth”, released on Skrillex’s OWSLA. This song is similar in that it has a lot of energy and a variety of different sounds. Make sure to go check out more of their recent bangers like The Limit and Stutter.
K-Theory – Vengeance feat. JPinnau : Direct Download
So apparently this R.O cat is has been busting out some nasty glitch beats for awhile now. I came across the song ‘Mad Savant’ the other day and immediately had to check out the rest of this mastermind’s stuff; and let me tell you I was not disappointed. After a funky four bar intro, the fatty beat takes over and you will be groovin’ outta control. Just wait though, some filthy synths kick in that make for an all around get down.
Your second dose of mid-tempo madness is another fresh original from R.O. ‘Funk With The Machines’ is a massive tune that shows this Italian’s skills which have some elements that remind me of big glitch names such as Opiuo or Vibsquad and even a little Koan Sound. Make sure to snag these fo’ free and go show R.O some love on Facebook and Soundcloud. Enjoy!!
R.O – Mad Savant : Direct Download
R.O – Funk With The Machines : Direct Download
Happy Monday Everyone!! Today we’re doing a special feature on a group out of our very own city Denver, Colorado. Bass Physics is an Electronic music group started and based out of the bass/EDM capital and Mile-high state of Denver. Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, Paper Diamond, EOTO are just a few artist to plant their musical seeds in the state of Colorado. Now joining this impressive list of artist is Bass Physics. The energetic duo strives to bring listeners a new level of appreciation of music, and spread positive vibes in doing so.
Luke Sims and A.P. Adair are giving the Colorado music scene a breath of fresh air with Bass Physics. Go to their facebook page to find out more about Luke Sims and A.P. Adair because you won’t regret it. Happy for those guys on their debut album release and current line of events transpiring. Get their free album and watch the dope promo video below. If you like Electronic and HipHop music then their style is just for you. This genre is a great fusion of soulful HipHop with funky synths of Electronic music. Very fitting to the vibe of this wonderfully and energetic state loved by countless producers around the world.
Bass Physics – Lose Your Mind (Download Album Here!)
Bass Physics – Lose Your Mind Promo Video :