Mondays Blow. This Playlist However, Does Not.

Below we have included a cornucopia of next-level EDM tunes (categorized by genre) that we simply did not have the time to post over the last month or so. Time is a precious thing, as you all know. Unfortunately, we seem to have less of it as each day progresses onto the next. It sucks really.

Which brings me to my next point, anyone looking for a job???

Email us. We sure as hell could use the help around here.

Oh, and no fat chicks. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- Dubstep/Drumstep: Trap: Future Shit: House and House Derivatives: Glitch Hop: Drum and Bass:

Monstercat 014 | Discovery

The formerly underground music label known as Monstercat finally released their 14th compilation mix titled Discovery. The album contains some of the latest and greatest EDM hits gathered from just about every sub-genre imaginable. From hard dubstep to futuristic glitch hop to experimental electronica, this album has it all. While some of the songs have already been released by various artists on their SoundCloud page, listening to it from front to back forces the listener to compare and contrast similar and opposing songs based on their attributes. Some sound so similar, yet so different. The statement may sound overtly simplistic and somewhat idiotic, but give it a listen and I think you’ll know what I mean.

Which were our favorites? Here’s our Top 5:

1. PIXL – Sugar Rush (04:45)

2. Draper – Men & Machines (Radio Edit) (03:16)

3. Stereotronique – No Holding On (feat. Holly Drummond) (07:28)

4. Lets Be Friends – Manslaughter (VIP Mix) (05:21)

5. Nerve – Favright (06:01)

The album cover says it all; life is a journey full of new discoveries, so get out there and find what you are looking for.

You get one shot at this thing called life…

The 13 Best Video Game Influenced EDM Tracks [8 Bit Love]


This next one is a tribute to all you nerds out there. It’s for those of you who started playing NES at the age of 5, growing older and maturing alongside man’s greatest technological waste of time – Video Games.

And that is exactly what they are, a waste of time. However, as an avid gamer myself, I must state that video games provide the best way to distract myself from reality; to escape from the trivialities of the day to day. They have this uncanny ability to engross users in an abstract virtual actuality that can become more realistic than anything in the outside world. The beauty of video games, much like art or cartoons, is that you can do ANYTHING with them. There is certainly a digital home for anyone in the world of gaming.

Speaking of being able to do anything, these next 13 tracks prove that die-hard gaming fans exist everywhere, even in the world of EDM. That classic video game sound can be heard almost everywhere in electronic music but, most producers typically use one or two samples in a track. These next 13 songs focus on productions that are mainly influenced by chip-tunes, aka 8-bit sounds.

1. Savant – ISM

2. Savant – Starfish

3. Savant – Prelude

4. Nostalgia – The Hero VIP

5. KATFYR – Green Hill

6. Excision – 8-Bit Superhero

7. Doctor P – Tetris

8. Feed Me – One Click Headshot

9. Virtual Riot – Evil Gameboy

10. Porter Robinson and Mat Zo – Easy (Scattle 8-bit Cover)

11. MUST DIE! & A F K – Clanker’s Cavern

12. Figure – Battles and Castles

13. Razihel and Virtual Riot – One For All, All For One