Mondays Blow. This Playlist However, Does Not.

Below we have included a cornucopia of next-level EDM tunes (categorized by genre) that we simply did not have the time to post over the last month or so. Time is a precious thing, as you all know. Unfortunately, we seem to have less of it as each day progresses onto the next. It sucks really.

Which brings me to my next point, anyone looking for a job???

Email us. We sure as hell could use the help around here.

Oh, and no fat chicks. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- Dubstep/Drumstep: Trap: Future Shit: House and House Derivatives: Glitch Hop: Drum and Bass:

Adventure Club Presents Superheroes Anonymous Vol. 3 [MIX] [FREE DL]

It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s Adventure Club!

And we are pleased to welcome them back with their third super-charged mega mix titled, ‘Superheroes Anonymous Vol. 3‘.  If you don’t know by now, the Canadian pop-punk band (Christian Srigley & Leighton James) turned dubstep duo has created a substantial following in the last year.  Extremely impressed by the production of ‘Superheroes Anonymous Vol. 1 and 2‘, the crew at Rager knew volume three would deliver pure, filthy Onions.

The two high school friends blew us (haha) away right off the bat with a preview of their highly anticipated single, ‘Gold‘, featuring ‘Lullabies vocalist Yuna. The rest of their set is a quintessentially perfect combination of that grimy Adventure Club style complimented by various electro and progressive house songs featured on their current tour.

Be sure to grab the free download on our SoundCloud, as well as some other cool shit. PEACE.


Adventure Club – Gold
Candyland ft.. Peter Martin – Castle Affair
Icona Pop – Girlfriend (The Chainsmokers Remix)
Drumsound and Bassline Smith Ft Fleur – One In A Million (Wideboys Remix)
Victor Niglio – Jungle Bass
Highblood – Crackhous (Rule of Eight, Acid Jacks Remix)
Trashers – Yeah Yeah
Dallas K – Alienz (Botnek Remix)
Nicky Romero – Symphonica (Bare Remix)
Nicky Romero ft. Krewella – Legacy (Candyland Remix)
Caked Up – Money in the Bank
Victor Niglio – Jiggy
Aluna George – You Know You Like It (DJ Snake Remix)
Jacques Green – Tell Me (Kingdom Edit)
Disclosure – What’s In Your Head (KSH Remix)
TCTS – 1997
Hayden James – Permission To Land (Charles Murdoch Remix)
Dead Battery & Dabin – Lost 1
Vicetone – Stars (Kevin Drew Remix)
Bingo Players – Cry (Kids at the bar remix / Kennedy Jones Bootleg)
Gent and Jawns – TURNUP
12th Planet, Protohype & Killagraham – Brick
Sub Focus ft. Alex Clare – Endorphins (Dismantle Remix)
Jessie Ware – Sweet Talk (Cyril Hahn Remix)
Porter Robinson ft. Mat Zo Easy VS Daft Punk – One More Time “Easy Time” (Corporate Slackers Mash-UP)
Naughty Boy ft Sam Smith – LALALA (Kaos Remix)

Funky, Fresh, Felguk: ‘Slice and Dice’ (EP)

After 6 years of creating music together, the Brazilian duo Felguk (Felipe “Fel” Lozinsky and Gustavo “Guk” Rozenthal) decided they needed to release an EP like nothing they had done before. Although a few of the songs were made last year, the idea of putting them all together came more recently while they finished producing the rest.

Continuously motivated by the industry around them (and their love for Rock, Reggae, and other genres) – they set out to create something that would reflect their ability, passion, and musical depth.  They didn’t want an EP filled with individual tracks, but instead wanted tracks that told a story and built an identity throughout the EP.

The first of the two collaborations you will find on the Slice and Dice EP is a remix from 12th Planet. While in LA, Felguk met with 12th Planet and they decided to swap remixes. The second track is from Infected Mushroom.  The duo had been fans of Infected Mushroom before they started to produce music, and have become good friends since hitting the EDM scene. They were asked by Infected Mushrooms to do a remix of their original track ‘I Shine‘.  It uses the original vocals, but the two put their “sublime electro” feel to it and created an almost brand new track.

We applaud creativity and originality here at Rager Onions – and this EP dominates both.