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!”

Qulinez is BACK! ‘Drop it’ [Preview] [Dim Mak Records]

Rager Onions first came across Swedish tag team Alexander Lager and Johannes Gustafsson, AKA Qulinez, last year when they released the heavy hitting masterpiece, ‘Troll‘. Sweeping the crew right off our feet, the track was one of the most exhilarating songs we had heard in a long time. Their ability to intertwine multiple styles of music seamlessly into one track immediately earned it a spot as one of our top songs of all time.

We’re not kidding, this track was special.

Despite the unfamiliar name and lack of songs in their arsenal, we were convinced the two childhood friends from Varberg, Sweden were going to do big things for EDM.  If it weren’t for their newest release ‘Drop It‘, we’d call them a one hit wonder. Continuing right where they left off, Dim Mak Records released a nearly two minute teaser of their latest work. With a totally different style than both ‘Troll‘ and their previous release ‘Heavy Abacus‘, Qulinez’s flavorful sound still contains that signature grinding style we’ve grown to love.

Enjoy the preview as well as the two previously mentioned songs; we will be sure to release the full track as soon as we get our hands on it.