Here is Afrojack's full 7 minute remix of the Miley Cyrus hit "Wrecking Ball". After releasing the preview of the song and mixing it into his live sets, the fans "lost their ish", said Afrojack. Miley is also fan of the remixm the two were even spotted hanging out in Amsterdam shortly after its release. Hopefully we can get more music from the two of them in the future. Take a listen and let us know what you think about the remix!
Toro y Moi's Chaz Bundick is a creative guy, and aiming to diversify his arsenal, he has released a new single,"Sweet Tea" under the new alias Sides of Chaz. The song contains the same sonic freshness fans have come to expect from Bundick, and the sound is decidedly different than what he produces under the Toro y Moi moniker. Check out the new single here and tell us what you think.
Pretty Lights is dropping a remix album of his latest release A Color Map of the Sun on December 10th, and has hooked his fans up with a free stream of the album before it's highly anticipated release. Featuring remixes from Griz, Datsik, 12th Planet, HeRobust, and more, this album provides a whole lot of sound variety. Give this a listen on your best set of speakers and sit back and enjoy the sounds of Pretty Lights.
Steve Aoki & Rune RK have released the 'remixes' EP for their single 'Bring You To Life (Transcend),' featuring RAS today (December 3). The four-track EP features remixes of the duo's hit single by Dirtyphonics, Qulinez, and Garmiani and will be a very welcomed addition to the collection of Aoki and Rune RK fans everywhere.
Check out a stream of the EP below, and click here to download the EP via iTunes.
British indie label Young Turks is readying the release of their 'Young Turks 2013' compilation album, due out December 9. The label, which is home to the likes of The xx, and rising star Sampha, will release the final EP in the year-long trilogy alongside the full 8-track compilation. See below for the tracklisting.
01. Lost Scripts – I’ll Be Watching You
02. Koreless – Sun
03. The xx - Reconsider
04. Sampha – Without
05. Short Stories – On The Way
06. Pional – Invisible/Amenaza (Extended Dub 12-inch Version)
07. FKA Twigs – Water Me
08. SBTRKT – IMO
It's hard to gage what goes down on your typical Thursday night in Miami, unless you've experienced it for yourself. The town is constantly buzzing with action on any given night and as you coast closer to the weekend things just seem to get more and more lively. Find yourself along the strip of nightlife that is Miami Beach and you're in a whole other world of opulent late night treasures. Catering to the eloquently dressed crowds of Miami Beach's LIV Nightclub on Thursday 21 was London-based DJ and producer Mat Zo for his current Damage Control Tour, in support of the release of his debut album Damage Control, along with an opening performance by Anjunabeats label-mates Norin & Rad.
If you fancy cake and delight in toys that make good noise (aka toytronica), allow us to introduce you to Psapp, the London-based experimental electronica duo, probably best known for the Grey's Anatomy theme song. Carim Classmann and Galia Durant, who recently released their fourth album, What Makes Us Glow, just confided in Joonbug about where they have been, what they have been up to, and what comes next...Earlier this month you released your first LP in four years. What have you two been up to?
This past weekend, Florida hosted the Damage Control Tour as it hit Miami, Gainesville, and Tampa. Mat Zo, along with support from Norin & Rad, delivered quite a performance, and were lucky enough to witness their takeover in Gainesville, home of the University of Florida Gators. Proving that they can handle any college crowd, the three held nothing back as they took control of Simon’s Nightclub, which has also seen recent performances from Bro Safari, David Avila, Hook N Sling, and Sound Remedy.
Steve Aoki, along with Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, performed their latest collobaration single "A Light That Never Comes" on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. This is the first time Aoki has been featured on a national network television show, and although it had to be behind the likes of the Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum act that is Linkin Park, this is only the beginning of Aoki's takeover.
Also, Steve has recently partnered with Music for Relief—a non-profit charity organization founded by Linkin Park and dedicated to providing aid to survivors of natural disasters. He is going to donate $36,000 to the victims of the recent Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines which will provide medical treatment, medicine, and supplies to the survivors. What a good guy! He is also allowing his fans to donate, and whoever donates or raises the most money for his relief program, will win a trip to see him perform on New Year’s Eve in Cancun, Mexico. Click her to find out more information on how to begin participating.
The quartet producer/deejay group, Dirtyphonics, have been known for making some fire remixes to several big name artist tracks. This time they take Kaskade and Project 46's melodic track, "Last Chance" and give it a couple extra pounds. Now with some dub synths and heavy bass this song now has a new level of intensity. You can't not love the original version of this track, but this is definitely a sick remix that will please the head-bangers out there.