Eminence & RedMoon | Changes feat. Holly Drummond


So hot right now!

Releasing some of the most eclectic tunage in the electronic game, their latest jam on SoundCloud has got me up out of my seat dancing alone in my basement.  Not like that’s a rarity for me (I have issues).

Eminence & RedMoon clearly dedicated some quality time and effort with their latest production, “Changes”. The track gives us everything we need in an electro club mix: perfectly timed builds transitioning into heavy bass lines, accompanied by a trance like piano lead that’ll shoot your brain to another dimension (Does that make sense? It doesn’t have to, so quit analyzing me). Take all of that and pair it with the beautiful lyrics of the goddess vocalist that is Holly Drummond, and what do you get?

My favorite song at the moment. But how long is a moment?

And for that answer, we will refer you to our in-house theoretical specialist, original.

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Grab yourself a stick of butter and some maple syrup before saddling up for this one. Breakfast is served, compliments of Project 46.

While currently on his Hounds of Hell tour with Wolfgang Gartner, Tommy Trash still managed to find time in the studio providing us another free episode of Trashed.

Currently soaking EDM goers on their Get Wet tour, Krewella set some time aside to gift us with another volume of their impressive Troll mixes.

Samoa good music right here. This time Structure takes over the decks with a high energy, heavy-hitting minimix.

Miranda who? Not sure, but whoever said females can’t DJ need to slow their role and take a listen to this next set.


Throwback Thursday:

Definition: When you put a picture from a “while” ago on your social media sites.


OMG! Throwback Thursday! I need to find a totes heinous pic of me and the girls from like two years ago to blast on FB, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr. People are going to be like, ‘Wow, Cindy lost weight!'”

In the spirit of yet another #TBT, here are some of our favorite throwback jams from way back when.


The mysterious duo Qulinez have created some of our favorite EDM tunes, but where’s the album? I guess no one cares when you’re producing songs like this next roundhouse kick to the face.

Whose motorcycle is this? 
It’s a chopper baby. 
Whose chopper is this? 
It’s Zed’s. 
Who’s Zed? 
Zed’s dead baby, Zed’s dead.

This next track takes us way back to a time when Excision and Datsik worked side by side, paving the way for the dubstep community. Swagger for days with these two.

I get a good feeling this next jam has been played one too many times at hippy college parties, but understandably so. What’s not to love about this funkadelic tune?

In the words of Dillon Francis’ alias, DJ Hanzel, “Das track goes von deeper Dillon, but you’ll never be able to go deeper than me!”