58 Degrees

There are very few artists that test the waters by giving their music out for free while still being able to keep their overhead costs covered, but those who are able to should be applauded. Pretty Lights is an apparent name in the category of ‘free music’ because he offers everything he creates in the studio for free on his website. Recently Tigran MiMOSA joined the ranks with the free release of his EP ‘58 Degrees’. This is a killer EP from the artists and leaves us with plenty of excitement for his new album, ‘Sanctuary’, due out on the 25th of October. Sadly this album won’t be free, but for him to even offer up the EP for no cost to us is an act of kindness that many fans gladly tip their wallets to!

58 Degrees:

Also a preview of his brand-new song ‘Sanctuary’: 

Knife Party

If you haven’t heard of these guys then get on it, because they’re gaining fans at an EPIC pace (and for good reason)! About a month ago, I posted a song of theirs entitled ‘Zoology‘ that not only features Skrillex, but has been getting some major attention. Since then, they’ve been hard at work, building up their music repertoire. With an upcoming EP titled “100% No Modern Talking” (featuring four brand new tracks) , an additional feature on Porter Robinson’s EP ‘Spitfire’ with a remix of the track ‘Unison’, and a new track with none other than Swedish House Mafia called ‘Antidote’; they have definitely been busy.

Still have no idea who I’m talking about? Maybe a little background on them will leave you pleasantly surprised. Knife Party is a new project of Pendulum duo Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen and it’s a project they’ve managed to keep very low on the radar. With this in mind, our fingers are crossed that Pendulum might drop a couple new tracks at Freaknight here in Seattle, less than a month from now. Can’t wait to see what happens, but until then we hope this collection of tracks will more than suffice!

Unison (Knife Party Remix)

Antidote

Zoology

Although all of the songs above give you a taste of what these two have to offer, why not just fully immerse yourself in Knife Party with their exclusive UKF Bass Culture artist mix and yes, it goes ridiculously hard!