Five Alesia Tracks We Slept On

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French duo Alesia bursted on to the scene with their smash hit song "Bird Machine" with fellow Parisian DJ Snake. But that's far from all they got. They have put out some really dope and unique underground music throughout the past year and we've dug up five tracks (four free downloads) that somehow slipped through the cracks. Better late than never, right? The first track is … [Read more...]

Too Future. Thursdays Vol. 15

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Summer is starting to wind down, but the homies from Too Future keep bringing us the freshest tunes to hit the web the last few weeks. We've got some big tunes from Pegboard Nerds, Datsik, Protohype, Mr. Carmack, Big Gigantic and more. Ʀwozıa, Stelouse, Royal, Rusty Hook, and Kilter bring those future bass vibes. There's also plenty of more dope tunes from Panama, Charli XCX, … [Read more...]

Too Future Series Chicago Vol Two: 5 Esta. Tracks you Need to Hear

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We've teamed up with the Too Future. dawgs and the good people at In The Loop Productions to curate the second volume of our Too Future Series in Chicago, and this time around we've brought through Soulection's incredible beatmaker Esta. If you don't know about this dude, he's been killing the game for a while now in stealthy fashion. Consistently putting out some of the … [Read more...]

OWSLA Drops A Free Compilation To Celebrate Its 3rd Birthday

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Skrillex's label OWSLA is celebrating their third birthday in style by giving away a massive 20 track compilation to show their appreciation for their loyal fans. The compilation itself features some of the labels biggest releases as well as some more recent releases. It includes tracks from What So Not, Koan Sound, Dillon Francis, Skrillex and plenty more as well as including … [Read more...]

10 Tracks with Great 808s

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The Roland Tr-808 was first introduced in 1980 as a drum machine to help studio musicians record demos without needing an actual drummer. They never could have imagined that only years later, it would become ubiquitous in all studios as a music making tool that would remain in the spotlight for 30 years (and it's still going!). In the age of laptop music and VSTs, there is a … [Read more...]