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Never Say Die Bring More Furious Sounds With New EP

This week saw Trampa, Dubloadz, London Nebel, The Frim and Twine feature on Never Say Die’s “Black Label Volume 3″. It’s everything you’d expect from the imprint and probably a bit more. It’s an EP full of energy and a totally unapologetic amount of bass. Trampa features on the series for the third time, bringing […]


Darude – Sandstorm (Bass Kleph Bootleg Remix) [Free Download]

Any fan worth their salt knows that Sandstorm by Darude is one of electronic music’s MOST iconic tracks, always sure to get the crowd primed and screaming their heads off–so it takes confidence for a producer to re-imagine it. Luckily, Bass Kleph seems up for the task with a fresh electro-house bootleg. It the addictive build-up […]


Whyel Drops An Electro Banger On Panda Funk

Released today on Panda Funk is the new floor-shaking single from Whyel. Whyel, a young producer from California, is yet another ambitious electro house artist who is on their way up. With his first single “Ray Ban” released on Dim Mak, he has taken inspiration from partygoers for “Party Don’t Stop.” He said ahead of […]


Lightmare to astonish Vegas Strip for a second year

These days, a new Vegas attraction must have a great foundation and consistency to stay the course; boasting the strip’s best visuals, a terrific toss up of headliners, and live performance from Cirque Du Soleil themselves, Mandalay Bay’s Light Nightclub has far surpassed the demands of Vegas nightlife. Ready to hit haloween again, it’s Lightmare […]


Zeds Dead invests themselves in two nights of Chicago’s New Year

New Years Eve is the holiday that inspires a unanimous abandon of real life from the world, regardless of what day it is. On this year’s hump day insanity, Chicago is in for a treat- not one, but two nights of Zeds Dead as part of REACTion New Years Eve in the Aragon Ballroom. With […]


Bare gives an astonishing makeover to new LA Riots tune

  Having mastered bass music with an iron fist, California’s Bare has a new remix for LA Riots that does more than first assumed. In his version of “Let You Go,” he incites a bouncing frenzy with his first drop before letting the energy break, mounting it up once again to reveal a very reverberant trap […]



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