by Jake Groch
Tags: Animals, Astronaut, bass music, Blake McGrath, Boys Noize, Breakin' A Sweat, Carnage, Dog Blood, Dubstep, EDM Blogs, EDM Death Machine, Electronic Dance Muisc, Jake Groch, Karetus, Knife Party, LRAD, Martin Garrix, Never Say Die Records, No Tomorrow Recordings, Pegboard Nerds, Raptor, Schoolboy, Skrillex, The Doors, Zedd, Zero Hero, Zomboy
Remaining relatively quiet for the past couple of months in terms of releases, one of our favorite British dub-stepping acts, Zomboy, is back with a new mix brought to you by No Tomorrow Recordings.
Joshua Jenkins aka Zomboy has been reinventing the genre of bass music for the past year or so. Utilizing complex, uptempo rhythms, lyrical reggae influences, and quintessential bass modulation, Josh’s production method remains relatively unmatched in his realm of EDM. We couldn’t be more excited to hear any forthcoming original tracks or remixes he has to give us, his biggest fans (no, really, we are).
To satiate the cravings of his rabid fan base, Zomboy has given us a 24 minute mini-mix to tide us over until he releases his new EP titled Reanimated, out September 9th of this year. Luckily, twenty odd minutes was all Mr. Jenkins needed to pick our asses up this Thursday afternoon. And be sure to check out Josh’s latest original mix, titled Raptor, which appears as the final track on this set.
Zomboy – Vancouver Beatdown
Knife Party – Power Glove
Skrillex – Bug Hunt (Noisia Remix)
Zero Hero – Theme
Astronaut – Apollo (Electro Mix)
Knife Party – LRAD
Martin Garrix – Animals
Carnage Ft. New & Used – Signal
Zomboy – Bad Intensions
Karetus -Rave On!
Schoolboy – Aftershock
Skrillex & The Doors – Breakn’ a Sweat (Zedd Remix)
Knife Party – EDM Death Machine
Dog Blood – Middle Finger
Blake McGrath – Motion Picture (Pegboard Nerds Remix)
Zomboy – Raptor
25 year old Asaf Borger, AKA Borgore, has certainly made a name for himself as an Israeli producer and DJ. Originally starting out as a drummer for the Israeli heavy metal band, Shabira. He eventually transitioned to the EDM stage as part of the dubstep duo Alphamale Primates.
By combining heavy metal roots, dubstep edge, and sexually explicit lyrics, Borgore brings his own style of music to EDM lovers. With past hits like ‘Nympho‘ and ‘Decisions‘, EDM’s most villainous rockstar has accumulated a following of female fans known as ‘Borwhores’. If you have not heard of this group of daddy-less misfits, check out Borgore’s Twitter account.
While he must love the female attention (like any 20-some male would), Borgore is committed to pleasing all of his fans by playing at some of the biggest festivals around. Currently on his #TURNTLIFE tour, he has already played multiple days at EDC Chicago and EDC Las Vegas. Playing two separate days at the same festival is a rarity in EDM, and it solidifies that fact that Borgore is more than a musician; he’s an entertainer.
His new LEGEND EP was released last week on Buygore Records that features four original mixes including a collaborations with Carnage and Dev as well as Adi Ulmansky. Be sure to grab the EP on Beatport, or preview two of the hit singles below, ‘Legend’ and ‘Sonata in F Major’. We also included a link to his latest set at EDC Las Vegas.
by Jake Groch
Tags: Ace Hood, Adventure Club, Afrojack, Alexisonfire, Anna Yvette, Audiobot, Bare, Billy Kenny, BMBX CTRL, Bourke & Vegas, Brass Knuckles, Carnage, Childish Gambino, Christian Srigley, Chuckie, Clark Kent, Complexion, Culture Code, Dimitri Vegas, Dismantle, Dj Snake, Dzeko and Torres, Ellie Goulding, Emalkay, Foamo, Future, GTA, Heroes, James Vincent McMorrow, Jarvis, John Dish, Karma Kid, KDrew, Kid Kamillion, Kill Paris, Knife Party, Konec, Krewella, Laidback Luke, Leighton James, Like Mike, MAKJ, Mark Lower, Mistermike Remix, Nari, Nari & Miliani, Noisestorm, Oh Snap!!, Panic City, Quintino, R3hab, Rachel K Collier, Ray Foxx, Shock One, Showtek, Sick Individuals, Skrillex, Skrux, T.G.C.F., Taiki & Nulight, The Aston Shuffle, The Kooks, Tiesto, Tina Moore, Tommy Trash, Trinidad James, Twinz Beats, Villans, W&W, WILKINSON, Wolfpack, Yinyues
Christian Srigley and Leighton James are back with another amazing hour long playlist from Adventure Club. With a tremendous response from the first post, we thought that you might want to hear the new edition, Superheroes Anonymous Vol. 2. It seems the dynamic crime fighting duo have a knack for finding some underground gems, and this mix is no different.
We hate Mondays, and so does our dear friend Garfield. I wonder if he’s eating lasagna in heaven (or hell?) as we speak.
Anyway, just give it a listen.
And keep that motor (or hybrid electric vehicle) running…