Krewella – Troll Mix Vol. 7: Jingle Troll Rock [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Jingle Troll, Jingle Troll, Jingle Troll Rock…

The Chicago native trifecta known by all as Krewella is back, serving up another fresh edition to their famous “Troll Mix” series. The holidays are just around the corner and the Krew thought it appropriate to title this hour long mix, “Jingle Troll Rock.”

This will be Jahan, Yasmin and the Rain Man’s seventh installment to their mix tape series, and it just may be the best one yet. It all just goes to show why Krewella is one of the most recognizable names in electronic dance music today. With unprecedented releases, engrossing live sets with vocals and a gigantic following in the United States, this trio of producers is sure to be the face of EDM in 2014.

Happy Holidays from our crew here at Rager Onions (see what we did there? subtle.)


Skrillex -­‐ Scatta (dead robot’s Drumstep bootleg)
Skism -­‐ Rave Review (ak9’s in your face mix)
The Two Friends ft. Jeff Sontag -­‐ sedated (barely alive remix)
The Prototypes -­‐ Suffocate vip
Knife party -­‐ LRAD (The Prototypes Booty Call).
Krewella -­‐ One Minute (Dotexe’s dopest dope remix)
Far Too Loud -­‐ Trailmixing.
Apollo feat. amba shepherd (Noisecontrollers remix)
Unknown -­‐ Cant Control myself.
Showtek -­‐ Booyah (Cash Cash remix)
Krewella -­‐ Live for the night (xilent remix)
Organ Donors -­‐ Mach 2 (shuse & ryoji takahashi remix)
Organ Donors -­‐ Devolution (Anne Savage remix)
Krewella -­‐ Alive (Rebourne Remix)
FTampa -­‐ Hero
Alex Kidd -­‐ Tiptoes
John Newman -­‐ Love Me Again (kove remix)
Krewella -­‐ Dancing With The Devil
Twinz Beatz -­‐ Kronos (tb bass so hard remix)
Nicky Romero feat. Krewella -­‐ Legacy (Candyland’s OG remix)
Krewella -­‐ We Are One (DMNDZ remix)

MUST DIE! | Fever Dream Pt. II [We Will Never Say Die, Will You?]

EDM’s favorite Skull Kid is back with the second edition of his two part EP series titled Fever Dream. Lee Bates, aka MUST DIE!, has become a hot commodity here in 2013.

Earlier this year, his massive remix to Bro Safari’s trap anthem “The Drop” had caught the attention of many top tier producers as well as record labels. In fact, Tommy Dash and Nick Sadler (the founders of Never Say Die Records) decided to scoop up and back young Lee Bates as he produced these dual EPs. He now joins the ranks amongst other great producers such as Zomboy, Dodge & Fuski and SKisM over at Never Say Die, a label dedicated to “nourishing and developing a sound” (dubstep, electro, drum and bass, trap) that its co-founders are passionate about.

Fever Dream Pt. II is pretty much what we have come to expect from Atlanta’s very own bass fiend, MUST DIE!. The first track on the EP, “Serpentine”, recycles a lot of the same sounds from the first part of this EP series. It’s actually sort of fun to pick out the samples and trace their roots.

We were most impressed by the final two songs on this EP. “Glass Castle” is a type of production style we have yet to hear from Mr. Bates. It is a bit more chill than his usual stuff, but it’s definitely a tremendous stride for the young producer. To us, it sounds a bit like Rusko – a signature bass wobble, a low-key vibe, and that pipe-like synth to keep the track going when it transitions.

Finally, the self-titled track ‘Fever Dream Pt. II’, provides a nice wrap up to this two part EP series. Here, MUST DIE! leaves the listener stunned with a symphonic introduction, interlude and outro juxtaposed against a mind-numbing, two headed beast of a breakdown.

MUST DIE! has found a cozy home at Never Say Die Records. Given these last two releases, it would seem both parties involved are reaping the benefits. Fever Dream Pt. II is available on iTunes and Beatport, so check it out.

MUST DIE! and Never Say Die Records can be followed HERE and HERE on Soundcloud, respectively.

Get Loaded With Skism: The Division [FREE DL] [MIX]

Find yourself annoyed clicking from song to song?  Craving a mix that satisfies those ears a bit longer than 5 minutes?   Well my lazy Onionites, you’re in luck.

Earlier today, Skism released an 80 minute FREE mix on SoundCloud that will keep you busy, well for 80 minutes. Known amongst his peers as the ‘DJ’s DJ’, SKisM’s technical prowess and energy on his multi deck setup has gained him notoriety as one of the busiest and most electrifying mixers around. His impressive portfolio includes the banger ‘Jump Back‘ with Flux Pavilion and Foreign Beggars as well as a collaboration with Excision last year on the grimy track ‘Sexism‘.

As co-owner of one of the most prolific independent record labels in electronic music today, Never Say Die Records, SKisM has had a hand in bringing some of the freshest dubstep music to the masses.  With names like NoisiaSkrillexFlux Pavilion, and Zomboy on the label, there’s no question they have established themselves as a top tier label in the global bass music scene.

August will once again be quite busy for Skism with shows booked in France, Canada, the US, and Austria. No plans for a show in the Midwest as of late, but were optimistic that the time will come.

Until then, sit back, relax, and enjoy 80 minutes of pure energy.