Mad Decent and Jeffree’s are teaming up once again this month for a compilation titled What Is A Jeffree?. They’re planning on dropping every track from this 12-song comp until its eventual release on October 30th. “Overload” is the second track to drop from this thing, and features from massive dancehall rhythms spliced with vocal samples that sound like they’re lifted straight from a Bollywood musical or something. Kudos to Ape Drums on the gargantuan production on this one, and Gappy Ranks on the great vocal feature, too.
From shrill synths to lackluster vocal guests, the new Rustie album does little to live up to its predecessor.
Porter Robinson’s full-length debut molds the sounds of indie pop for an EDM palate.
Deadmau5′ new, double album showcases much more finesse and maturity than his past releases. His usual house bangers are dark, textured. Meanwhile, much of the second disc feels like it was inspired by some in-depth listens to a film score or two.
Previously reviewed beatmusic producer Sadisc drops a new EP, which is essentially a few odds and ends surrounding a massive, 20-minute monster of a track. The song is titled “Cells,” and it’s really a test of Sadsic’s abilities as a composer, weaving a group of incredibly varied instrumentals and grooves together into one pretty cohesive piece.
Give the EP a stream above and enjoy!
Famed dubstep producer Skrillex finally drops a full-length record.
New Jersey MC GDP and Philly electronic music producer Space Jesus have joined forces under the name #$ (Hash Money). The Smokers Cough signees already have new single and video out under their new handle, titled “Right Now.” Check out the bassy EDM-rap goodness above!
On M.I.A.’s latest record, the UK-based rapper, singer, and producer takes a small step away from the noisy production that made her last record so bombastic, but still manages to deliver a series of smart, infectious, and wild banger-style party tracks.
Next month, French techno musician Gesaffelstein will be dropping his long-awaited debut album, Aleph. In the meantime, check out his artsy and unsettling video for lead single “Pursuit,” a song that superbly showcases his decidedly aggressive brand of EDM.
Aleph is scheduled for release on October 28 via EMI.
Check out a new track from experimental electronic musician Brian Leeds, a.k.a. Huerco S. “Prinzif” is taken from his upcoming LP Colonial Patterns and is an intriguing piece of EDM, with its multi-phased composition coming across as quite grand, even exquisite, despite its fading and crackling analog esthetic.
Colonial Patterns will be released on September 24 via Software Recording Co. It’s now available to stream in full here: https://soundcloud.com/dazedandconfused/sets/huerco-s-colonial-patterns