While I was on HypeMachine looking for some new tunes I also came across the artist, Knife Party. It would seem that pretty recently Knife Party and Skrillex did a little collaboration on a song called Zoology. Here’s a little promotional preview that was slapped up on YouTube and gives us a peek of what’s to come, but this song definitely has all the BASS that we just love so much!
Here’s a Knife Party remix of Nero – Crush On You, which goes pretty well with Zoology.
Tried to find a link for this song on YouTube, but that was a total fail and all I could find was some studio versions… Luckily there were some good folks over at HypeMachine that had the studio version up, so if you hop on over to this link and check out some fresh Skrillex — Right Here (Studio Version)
Skrillex just posted his DJ Playlist for August 2011 on iTunes that has some hard-hitting beats from artists like: Emalkay, Foreign Beggars, Caspa, and Excision (who was just in Seattle opening for Deadmau5). Skrillex has already dropped most of the songs on The Mothership – Episode 1, but it’s still worthwhile to check this list out if you were having trouble figure those songs out.
While I was creeping around on HypeMachine I found an awesome mashup of Adele – Set Fire to The Rain and Skrillex – Kill Everybody (Bare Noize Remix). This is definitely worth your time to check out, so enjoy!
On the 22nd of September Dirtyphonics and Jakwob will be taking The Showbox @ The Market by storm. Seattle, you should just plan on getting BLASTED by some dirty, grimy, or grungy bass during this show, but expect all three. Tickets are still priced pretty cheaply for this event, especially for artists like these two. Click here for more info on this event — Showbox @ The Market, or check out Kaos Theory Events.
Now I know that many of you will see this thinking that I’m talking about his remix of James Blake, but I am in fact talking about Calvertron – Future Proof. Benassi had me stumped for a while after seeing his Global Dance Festival set @ Red Rocks, but after tossing more than a few stones over, it was found! Hope you guys enjoy and if you’ve been on the hunt, then I hope you find this post!
Lately there have been some amazing events and shows that have been arriving here and this one is sure to not disappoint. Zeds Dead announced that their Craveyard Tour will be coming to Seattle on Dec. 9th @ The Showbox Market, so get on those tickets you Zed Heads!