February 29th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro, Genres, Moombahton

You all out there should know who Diplo is by now so i won’t get into that and if you been living under a rock for the last 10 years or so, go google him or something. Diplo has been very generous lately, releasing track after track for free. First he gave away two tracks form his Express Yourself EP and now i’v also found this Katy B remix that he also released for free. Lately he has been more associated to M.I.A and that kind of sound but this new remix is dubstep oriented. Will also feature the tracks from the EP that includes the very funny take on The Trashmen’s Surfing Bird.

 

 

Katy B - Witches Brew (Diplo Remix)

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Diplo - Express Yourself feat. Nicky B

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Diplo - Bird Is The Word

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February 27th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro (Trash Electro), Genres


This track has been out for a while but got downloadable when iNexus hit 3000 facebook likes some days ago. It’s an absolute banger and have been part of my soundcloud playlist for a while. I discovered iNexus some months ago and he has been producing track after track that just gets me. I love the fusion of dubstep and those melodic synths that builds the tracks up. One thing is for sure, this guy can produce tracks!

 

iNexus - Insanity

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Avicii - Levels (iNexus Remix)

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iNexus - Reptile.mp3

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February 26th, 2012 | by ohmygosh | posted in Electro, Genres

So recently Mustard Pimp released a full-length, 13 track album on Dim Mak. I contradiction to the album title, I think this album does have a purpose. It fills my head with sweet tunes. As usual when Mustard Pimp is in the making you have to expect the unexpected. This album is very diverse and every track is different. It wanders between different styles and includes hip-hop, happy pop, some kind of punk-rock etc., all blended with a big portion of electro. Also it features some sweet collaborations with vocalists including Charli 2na from the hip hop group Jurassic 5.

 

I like this. I like it because it challenges me. And i like to be challenged in my music listening. Not many producers manages to achieve this right now. So thank you, Mustard Pimp.

 

My favorite track right now is the opening one, Pharaohs.

 

Mustard Pimp – Paraohs

 

Make sure you like Mustard Pimp’s Facebook page, then download the album here.

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February 23rd, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro, Electro (Trash Electro), Genres


It’s been a few busy days planning our first official event here in Sweden so we apologize for the lack of posts. Since we have been working with promoting the artists that we feature i found it fitting to post two new fresh Antichrist tracks. The first one is a brand new cover of Nirvanas old classic Rape Me, appropriatly released on Curt Cobains birthday. The other is a brand new remix of the king of trash electro aka. Haezer. Really can’t wait to hear em live and if you wanna hear them on some big ass speakers come visit us in Malmö Sweden on March 2nd.

 

ZE!, Antichrist & Will Morris - Rape Me (Nirvana Cover)

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HAEZER - Yasi feat. Circe (Antichrist Remix)

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February 19th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro, Electro (Electro House)

I’v never been a big fan of Basic Physics before due to their kinda corny mashups sometimes. The new album that they released was a little bit better but still was more focused on bad mainstream tracks.There was one exception though and that was the track Filth In Paris. I find it pretty dope to be honest. If you are a big fan of mashups you should download the whole album on their facebook page. They do deserve a big up for releasing it for free.

 

 

Basic Physics (feat. 5 & A Dime) - Filth In Paris

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February 19th, 2012 | by Case Nine | posted in AON News, Specials

It has now almost been a year since Art of Noize popped into existence. We began because we wanted an outlet for harder electronic music which we didn’t see online. Nobody did it quite like we thought one should do it. As a result I’ve personally had some of the best experiences of my life with Art of Noize and I’m sure the same goes for my brothers in arms.
 
This weekend we’ve reached another step on the ladder of what we always envisioned Art of Noize to be. On the 2nd of March 2012, we’re booking two of our absolute favourite artists in the electronic music scene today: F.O.O.L from Sweden and Antichrist from Norway. These acts are at the forefront of heavy, trashy, epic and hard-hitting electronic vibes, both with their own unique take on production and songwriting.
 
If you haven’t heard or seen these acts live before, you might now know what to expect as far as music or live performance, so I’d like to show you what that might be like. Lets start with our video of F.O.O.L live at Emmaboda 2011 and continue with both F.O.O.L and Antichrist material. That night at Emmaboda was one I won’t soon forget and trust me, our night at Babel in Malmö is gonna be just the same. JOIN THE EVENT!

 

 

Next up let’s have a listen to the upcoming F.O.O.L EP. I’m hoping they’ll play some of this material live because the the songwriting judging from the previews is wonderfully cinematic. If you haven’t yet heard F.O.O.L otherwise you need to check out their Soundcloud right away. It’s a treasure chest containing some of the best hard-hitting electro the world has to offer. They have a sound nobody seems to be able to imitate. The F.O.O.L sound is and always will be the F.O.O.L sound and that’s what we’re going to hear in Malmö on March 2nd.

 

 

Next up let’s have a look at some developments in the Antichrist. Just a few days the boys from Fredrikstad, Norway really topped themselves with a new remix of Bonerizing records Tiger & Wolf duo. The remix is heavy hitting but still displays an amazing ability to incorporate melodies into a hard framework. To me this really says something about Antichrist and their future. Having only released material and produced music for a year, the boys from Norway seem to have a bright future (Even though they don’t seem to understand why people think their latest remix is so sick :P )

 

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February 18th, 2012 | by ohmygosh | posted in Electro (Electro House), Genres

Yesterday Swedish House Mafia dropped a new track in the BBC Radio One Takeover. Apparently, it’s called ‘Greyhound’. Why am I telling you this? Well, because it seems that SHM is continuing to walk down the path of the rougher sound. This track is somewhat carrying on the legacy of ‘Antidote’. SHM is one of the most well-reputated names in the commercial dance music scene and their adaptation to the harder, more electro-influenced sound legitimizes it for a wider audience. Which is a good thing if you ask me.

 

Let’s have a look back at the past few years to visualize SHM’s journey from clean progressive house towards a more dark and dirty sound. (This is just a selection of releases to give you the basic idea of things.)

2009: Leave the World Behind: Clean synths and bassline, epic arena sound. (Dutch Laidback Luke was also co-producing on this one).

 



2010: One: This one has some kind of distorted elements, the sound i a bit less clean but still doesn’t really go the whole way abandoning the clean synthesizers. Still the arena sound.

 



2011: Antidote: This one goes all out. It’s distorted and dirty. Still has some of that arena sound, but rather in the sound of the synthesizers than in the chord lines. Knife Party was collaborating producers on this one. It’s unclear how the production process went on and how much the two groups influenced each others sound, but SHM just putting their name on this was kinda big.

 



2012: Greyhound: SHM produces dirty house on their own. This one is a bit less banging that Antidote but still going in the right direction. An arena synth line is implemented here as well.



2013: Well, we’ll see.

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February 17th, 2012 | by ohmygosh | posted in Drumstep, Genres


This is an old unreleased track which the guys now are giving away for free. And we like that, don’t we? I really like the sound and the happy vibe it has to it. Have a listen! And be sure to give Terravita your support if you like it.

 

 

Terravita - Total Solar Eclipse

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February 16th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Genres

Was browsing Soundcloud when i found this little pearl, since i’m a massive SNES fanboy I just had to check it out. Apperently it didnt only have a great title, it was also pretty dope.
I do not know much about this artist other then he’s from Canada and makes dubstep. So if you either like SNES sounds or really heavy dubstep download the track and give him some love!

 

 

1uP - SNES

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February 15th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro, Moombahton


STEREOLieZ just gave away this awesome EP for free. My eyes are now completely open for the facelift that Moombathon desperetly needed. This new style is rapidly taking up my ipod space and i love the new groove that it brings. When it comes to this EP I must say I prefer the Bratkilla remix over the original but it comes a close second. I neither have the time nor words to describe this EP any futher. Give it a listen and see if you like this as much as i do.

 

STEREOLieZ - N.E.R.D

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STEREOLieZ - N.E.R.D (Bratkilla Remix)

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STEREOLieZ - N.E.R.D (Fourshadow Remix)

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STEREOLieZ - N.E.R.D (Neon Concept Remix)

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