Redefining Electro w/ LAZER LAZER LAZER [NEW]


Why do you continue to release hard-hitting, monumental remixes while hiding from the spotlight? We’ve jumped on your bandwagon and have been traveling for months now. But we’re tired of searching, and our final destination seems unattainable. Show yourself, or we will be forced to jump off the wagon and back into reality.

Their sound takes a life of it’s own – hard-hitting, aggressive electro music organically formatted to fit this screen. Early on, Knife Party’s signature sound lived in a world of it’s own; until LAZER LAZER LAZER decided to attack with all their might and force them out of the country (so to speak).

And lucky for us, the result was nothing short of magnificent. Their latest remix of Elliphant’s “Revolusion” lives up to the LAZER (x3) name, which at this point has become somewhat of a rarity in the electronic dance music scene.

The day LAZER LAZER LAZER takes to the live stage, make sure you’re front row to take in the rapture. Because once the mainstream takes hold of their music, there’s no turning back.




The Top 10 Songs from January 2014 [EDM]

10. ilan Bluestone continues to represent the future of Anjunabeats.

9. Why does Monstercat command our Top 10? Because of songs like this one from Case & Point.

8. Throttle continues to dominate every remix he touches. Has somebody signed this phenom yet? It’s about time.

7. Kygo creates music for two circumstances: at the beach and in the bedroom. Or in the bedroom at the beach. Or at the beach in the bedroom.

6. First a Grammy and now this!? Is Zedd a human?

5. Fareoh makes his return with quite possibly his finest production yet.

4. WARNING: This song must be heard on bass defying speakers. Thank you Direct for the forewarning.

3. Can you say chill? SLDGHMR can, in twenty different languages.

2. Savoy released their first full length album titled, Self Predator. This particular single happens to be our favorite. Albeit the decision was not an easy one…

1. Remember the name LAZER LAZER LAZER.


Get to know the name LAZER LAZER LAZER.

With a style fit for an underground, Nazi rebel union meeting, this up and coming artist just cannot be ignored. My musical palette senses a legend in the making.

Can you say repeat?



For robot madness, jump to 1:18.