SNAILS – SNAILEDIT! Mix Vol.1 “Coming To America”

SNAILED IT

To celebrate his first trek to America to play shows, SNAILS graced us with a his first installment of his 'SNAILEDIT!' series that is promise to be, "All unreleased tracks from me and all the homies" (SNAILS). A half hour long mix that is literally made up of 80% IDs. And it is glorious. It blends bass,trap and tastes of everything in between in a mere 31 minutes. He promises … [Read more...]

Symbols Recordings takes over Output NY!

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Continuously bringing New York some of the hottest Thursday nights is Output's weekly concert series: Input. This week's beautiful collection of artists feature Symbols Recordings extraordinaire Kastle, who is coming with his fellow cohorts--Sweater Beats, Lindsay Lowend, and Figgy--to bring us a raging Brooklyn-dance party filled with R&B, house, glitch, and bass-heavy … [Read more...]

Gent & Jawns – ‘Faded EP (Minimix)’

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If there is anyone we can count on to get us as turnt as possible, it is definitely the two fine gentlemen that makeup Gent & Jawns. It's time to put the work aside and get as "Faded" as possible, while listening to their minimix of the new EP that's set to be released via Mad Decent on July 22. As you might expect, they lay down some heavy 808's and THAT BASS we all … [Read more...]

Big Chocolate – One B (Original Mix)

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Ever find yourself in a complete funk where every song sounds painfully redundant with the same predictable melodies, drops and synth sounds? "One B" by Seattle's Big Chocolate is the kind of song that snaps you out of that feeling and gets you right back into the groove. Turn this on and tune out the rest of the world--this bass-heavy banger will be the best song you've heard … [Read more...]

Kimbra – 90′s Music (DJ Shadow x Salva Remix)

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Kimbra of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" fame hired DJ Shadow and Salva to do an official remix of her recent single "90's Music". Putting in a whole lot more bass and much more swag the duo certainly changed this song significantly; opening it up to a whole new sect of people who may not ever click play on the original, but will dig the remix. A great idea to increase … [Read more...]