10 Tracks Your Mom Can Get Down To On Mother’s Day [In No Particular Order]

Ok, now stop.

Before you click “Pay and Proceed” on that Edible Arrangements bouquet you were just about to purchase, why not reconsider?

What would you say if we told you that you could give your mom something totally wicked this mothers day? Not only would this gift be over-the-top incredible and possibly the most notable gift anyone has bestowed upon the person who squeezed the gifter in question out of her vagina, but, it would also be free of charge.

We know what your thinking…

And yes. We’d love it if you’d hook us up with your mothers.

And yes. Below we have provided the gift in which we were discussing above.

You can thank us later.

10. John Denver – Take Me Home, Country Roads (Pretty Lights Remix)

Take me home, John Denver. And you too, Pretty Lights.


9. Kill Paris feat. Marty Rod & Alma – Falling In Love Again (Kill Paris & Bee’s Knees Keytar Mix)

The love machine known as Kill Paris fits any Mother’s Day celebration. Just make sure it’s the right kind of love.


8. Soulero – Burning Down (Nymus Remix)

Picturesque. Play this one while strolling through the park with mother on your daily walk.


7. Coyote Kisses – This Is How You Know

A delicate hymn proper for that car ride over to church. Thanks Coyote Kisses.


6. Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On (Big Sandz Remix)

Marvin Gaye + Big Sandz = A Kiss From Your Mother


5. The M Machine – Tiny Anthem (Shinichi Osawa Remix)

A tiny anthem your mom can sing you to sleep. The perfect lullaby.


4. Skrux and Felxprod feat. Complexion – Find You (Skrux VIP)

Who said maternal figures can’t like dub?


3. Ellie Goulding – Hanging On (I SEE MONSTAS Remix)

Ellie Goulding has the heart of an angel. Like your mom. HA.


2. Grizmatik – Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom

Tell mom to save this track for behind closed doors. Nobody wants to see that.


1. Sigma – Nobody To Love

Got nobody to love on Mother’s Day? Sigma’s got you covered.

Skrux | Artist Spotlight [FREE DOWNLOADS]


Following music is a funny thing, really.

For this Rager, it would seem that the world is saturated with an endless supply of fantastic music and there is simply just not enough time to enjoy it all, let alone share it with others. Even limiting myself to a particular sub-genre won’t allow a me to experience all that there is to out there. It’s sad really.

However, despite the inevitable disappointment that comes with the realization of this shortcoming, we are given the challenge as fans to show off musicians that we discover, that we champion in the hopes that others will catch on. It is our duty as music lovers to share the greatness and to spread the love.

Now, by no means do we claim that we discovered this next artist, not by a long shot. However, this is yet another producer we have listened to, enjoyed, but never really taken the time to sit down and thoroughly listen to his “musical portfolio”. BIG MISTAKE. You need to listen to this.

Kaylan C. Brown, aka Skrux, is a 19 year old melodic dubstep producer hailing from Arlington, Texas. On the surface, after just a few listens, he is very much like many of the trailblazing producers who have pioneered this genre today (Seven Lions, Mt. Eden, Adventure Club). But, unlike these particular artists, Skrux provides an unmatched touch to any vocal piece or arrangement. And yes, we are aware that this idiosyncrasy seems trivial on the surface, and we aren’t exactly sure what it is that Kaylan is doing different.

Either way, we strongly urge you to give a listen to the next couple of tracks and decide exactly what it is for yourself. As for us, we can’t help belting these lyrics during and long after his songs cease to play in our headphones. His original jams and remixes are infectiously ripe with simple melodies and resonating vocals in surplus.

If you dig, show Skrux some love via SoundCloud and Facebook (you know what to do, he’ll appreciate it).

(By the way this first remix of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” is absolutely gorgeous. Nearly perfect.)

Skrux & Felxprod – Find You feat. Complexion (Skrux VIP Vocal Edit) [FREE]

This next song is so damn beautiful we just couldn’t pass on throwing it up for you Ragers.

Complexion’s cherubic vocals have ceaselessly resonated inside our left frontal lobes despite the fact that the original release to this jam was posted over six months ago. However, yesterday Skrux (19 year old Kaylan C. Brown) released his own VIP vocal edit to ‘Find You’ which highlights and enhances a chorus that we believe to be one of the most power and profound recorded this year in electronic dance music.

We hope you enjoy both the original and the edit, for free of course!

“All the shadows running, leave me behind.”

(You’ll see…)