Trap

Flosstradamus – “Underground Anthem” (FREE DL!) [Trap//Hip-Hop]

Flosstradamus, or- as we like to call them- just Floss, just crashed the interweb with a hot new trap track yesterday. As expected, it’s absolutely stupendous. The Chicago-based, Mad Decent/Fool’s Gold duo has been dominating the trap scene longer than a lot of us have even known about trap (yes, it’s existed since before 2012– and yes, … Continue reading

Trap

No Doubt – “Settle Down (Baauer Remix) + BONUS REMIX! [Trap//Bass]

Baauer has become an unstoppable force in the trap game. After releasing “Harlem Shake” earlier this Summer, and “My Nose” last, the NY producer’s tracks start popping up in a lot of mixes. It wasn’t long before he signed on with MadDecent, and well, here we are now. Now we’ve been slacking a bit this week, so this track’s … Continue reading

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Colin Munroe (feat. Pusha T) – “The Fight of My Life (Zeds Dead Remix)” [FREE DL!]

We posted a preview of this song a couple weeks ago. Then, we went up to Camp Bisco and saw Zeds Dead tear the festival down the first night. Among a slew of new songs the Toronto duo performed was this one: their remix of fellow Canadian Colin Munroe‘s anthem “The Fight of My Life”. What I love about Zeds Dead is that … Continue reading

Alternative/Indie / Events / Lineups / Moombahton / Trap

Mad Decent Block Party Artist Announcement!!

Philadelphia’s most notable DJ at the moment is almost certainly Diplo, the great forefather of one of the most powerful EDM labels in America right now, Mad Decent. For years now, the label has been putting on amazing free block parties to showcase their beautiful sounds and just to bring people together in a blaze of amazing … Continue reading

Moombahton

Diplo (feat. Usher) – “Climax (Paper Diamond Remix)” [Free DL]

So a little bit ago, Paper Diamond switched over from Pretty Lights Music to Mad Decent. He then released his Wavesight EP on the new label, and now he’s back with yet another remix for us. This one is of a track by labelmate and label-owner, Diplo. The original featured vocals from Usher and was a bit of a slower song, so it … Continue reading