For those who don't stay in the East Bay, Kafani's "Fast" will be heard trying to bust out of many-a-trunks at any given point in the day. The alternate version featuring Keak Da Sneak is more of the lazer-beam production that's got the nation in a hyphy-uproar. Drink an energy drink and jump around like a fool to this one.
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Our boy Bong-Ra has come through with an exclusive dark-step track for XLR8R.com listeners only. Unlike his patented doomy brakcore, Bong-Ra rips the dub-step template to shreds with ghostly bass from the center of hell. "Woody Strobe" may be the anthem for the dreadlocked, satanic elite.
Christ. has come through with another venture into dance music's subconscious. Not unlike newcomers 120 Days, the Kraut-messiah lets his psychedelic inner-child loose on "Cordate." With gentle, ambient resonance and pop melodies, Christ. may be the producer who saves your soul.
Al Haca has gone completely sci-fi on the world. "Banana Split" sees the production team tackling synth-parameterss like analog brain surgeons. If aliens threw a BBQ that M.I.A. was attending, this track would most certainly accompany dessert.
Our man Ghislain Poirier just pounded out another bass-heavy treat. Incorporating the energy of dancehall with the heaviness of dubstep, Poirier has mapped out the new instrumental hip-hop blueprint. This frenchman is, without a doubt, a subsonic architect.
Using heavily layered synth chords, IDM drums, and soft, ethereal vocals, Printer's four members ensure that "Allright" sidesteps a downtempo pigeonhole and continues the band's endeavors to unearth the experimental sides of rock.
Taken from the EP of the same name, Datarock’s latest single is the best thing to happen to disco since The Rapture's "House Of Jealous Lovers." These Norwegian kings of the dancefloor must have been born with a 4/4 chip implanted in their brains.
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