Porter Robinson is a fairly well known electronic music artist (fantastic one at that). He co-wrote Clarity with Zedd which topped charts throughout 2012-2013.
I want more house.
And Nu Disco. And Glitch Hop. And Happy Hardcore. And Bounce. And Trance. And Tristam's LP. And Tut Tut Child's EP. And Rezonate. And Rogue's LP. And more house. I want more
I'M SO EXCITED! You guys can download it for free off of soundcloud or buy it on beatport (if you think it's good/would like to contribute to my bacon fund). In all seriousness though, everyone in r/electrohouse is awesome. Thanks for leaving nice comments and being supportive of my music ever since I posted "Some Cheeze Its" on here like 10 months ago. Keep cheering on the little guys!
Edit 2: All of his content on soundcloud is gone
Edit: have been contacted by Billy Van...things are being checked out.
This is another track he is claiming as his own, who knows how many are stolen...
Okay, take a breath. Walk away from the computer and get yourself a snack, a drink, and your headphones. Be sure to go to the bathroom and for the love of god, wash your hands. Done? Cool. Now make all the phonecalls you've been putting off, make sure your bills are paid and your distractions are laid to rest. Are you ready? Okay.
Put on your headphones and head to http://www.beatport.com. In the top lefthand side is a green field called 'genres', select that and go to 'electro house', select 'tracks', order them by release date for the last year, and start listening one at a time for about 12 hours or so. About 98% of what you hear wont be even close to what you want to hear. Out of the 750 or so tracks you listen to, about 15 of those tracks wont only be exactly what you're looking for, they'll be unique, one of a kind finds that not a lot of other people will have heard, or will be exactly what people you're playing for will want to hear. Repeat this for all genres you want.
This is called digging, and this is one of the most important components of being a DJ. Do this at least once every week to keep your ear to the ground for the next big thing, your big thing, or whatever thing. Whatever it is you dig up, it'll form a library of sounds that is uniquely you. This is the only way to solve the 'I'm looking for x' problem. Look for it. I hope to god this doesn't sound condescending, but honestly, the ability to dig for music is the part of DJing that DJs don't talk about, and has to be done. Invest yourself beyond your hardware. The music is all there at your fingertips. Look for it.
Riddim refers to the instrumental tracks that reggae emcees (in reggae culture referred to as deejays) voice over. This practice has been a foundation of the culture since the 60s and many reggae songs that are popular in the modern era feature riddims that are already well known in reggae and sound clash circles. Dubstep originally largely drew influence from reggae, dub and sound clash production. What is often referred to here as “dubstep” is a far cry from that origin and is much more closely related to what the OP is referring to as “riddim” than actual riddim.
The point? Music production and influence evolves. If you like the way that it used to be, listen to those old tunes. No one is forcing you to listen to what you don’t like. Genres are for pedestrians, listen to music.
Pinch featuring Rudey Lee’s Step 2 It is one of my favourite dubstep tunes... Beatport lists it as “funk/soul/disco”.
Meanwhile, I consider these mixes to be “dubstep”.
Since I know someone is going to ask even though it's in the description: the song is Dance to It by Tut Tut Child.
Support the artist on
I'm happy to answer any questions you may have about the video. I have sources to all of the videos if any of you want a full link to a particular clip.
It's available for purchase: here and here.
You can stream it on mau5trap's YouTube here. This stream was not up when OP posted.
So hopefully you've read this from start to finish a few times now?
Your music style makes me think you might be into Techno/Trance/Tech House type stuff - but genres are personal, so maybe spend a couple of hours listening to samples on Beatport to see what you like? The website has a pretty complex player in the browser, and you can queue up tracks to listen to 1-2minute samples.
Then get onto services like Soundcloud and Spotify and start liking tracks and following people in those genres you like and you'll soon have a flood of music to look for things you like and understand what you don't like.
Knowing you want to DJ with your laptop is a bit misleading these days. What you are probably going to want to look into is VirtualDJ, Traktor and Serato and see which of those you like. Then try to get to a store that sells DJ controllers and see what you like in terms of the hardware.
I personally recommend the the Pioneer DDJ-SB or Numark Mixtrack Pro II as great entry level controllers at a good price point. Going up the price and functionality tree, you can look at the Pioneer DDJ-SR -SX or the Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S2 or S4.
Check out gear reviews and information at Digital DJ Tips
You may want to look into Traktor's Remix decks (there are some promo videos and tutorials on YouTube) to set the inner drummer free - but be aware there are some limitations that mean you can actually only play 4 samples at any one time out of the 4x4x4 (64 total) array. Serato and Virtual DJ both have sample functionality that is also worth looking into.
Do be aware that I haven't even mentioned the world of more traditional CD or Vinyl DJing - which requires a very different (and more expensive) setup.
Welcome one and all!
We'd love to hear the tunes that you guys are groovin'! Just do a quick search please to make sure they haven't been posted recently, and make sure to listen through as MANY songs so you can to get a good feel for the style if you're new to it (and more importantly, because there have been SO many badass tracks posted here!)
Just to give some of you a kickstart-- my favorite (or at least, most-listened) electronic album of all time is Mimosa's Silver Lining EP from 2010. You'll hear soaring pads, crisp melodic bass, and other sprinklings of Purple through a range of downtempo, dubstep, glitch hop, and even DnB.
I hope you all enjoy your stay in r/Purple!!
I'm trying to find out the same thing. It sounds very similar to Rei Harakami (Composed beautiful IDM songs, died of a brain hemorrhage last year). Funny enough, I discovered him by watching this contact juggling video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwoErwyBST0
Edit: Found it in the comments thanks to /u/shatnersnipples. http://www.beatport.com/track/art-gallery-original-mix/43124
These are often referred to as "transition" tracks because they essentially morph from one BPM into another. Dirtyphonics make a lot of these. E.g. their "Deviance" remix goes from like 110bpm straight up to 175bpm. Audioporn ended up making an entire compilation of these mostly thanks to the Dirtyphonics productions.
Quick edit: One last one - the transition isn't as noticeable as the Dirtyphonics ones but it's one of my all-time favourites anyway: Shock One - Chaos Theory. Fearsome.
Nothing, it's the Beatport version that's different. It has a drumless intro.
Because more than one person in the world use the word Puppet as their artist name. Idk how Spotify usually handles this as I don't use it myself, but I know that Beatport usually group all artists with the same name under the same page. Here's an example. To avoid this, artists usually add their country after the artist name to make sure that their page doesn't merge with an existing one. That's actually what they did with Puppet on Beatport.
So the category says jap, so I did a search for jap hard dance artists, then looked up their soundclouds and beatports. This song sounds similar might just be a more recent remix.
I was just bored but I got to sample a lot of really cool Japanese artists.
Beatport is more or less the Walmart of stores, but JunoDownload is solid.
If a label maintains a Bandcamp page, I always try there first.
Discovered synths while at university. Was working at the radio station for University of Miami met some synth ppl and voila the rest came naturally. I post some stuff on soundcloud Desertf!sh and my latest projects you can find on Beatport Typ3 Records
That album cover made me laugh but that's actually a decent song hahah
And another one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0SE2cEsIlw 43k views tho.
Wow there are many songs with him featured.
Found him on Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/artist/crucial-robbie/127466
pricing is a marketing ploy.
Beatport is the (EDM) market leader and they ask labels / distributors to do an exclusive release for the first x weeks.
if they go accept, then Beatport will price it at 2.49. as a result of this higher pricing, the distributor / label / artist will get more money from Beatport, because Beatport collected more revenue.
otherwise, Beatport will price new tracks 1.99 for a non-exclusive release; or simply 1.49 for a re-release << 25% or all "new" tracks on Beaport are actually old. I have seen tracks which have been released 65 times, like this one was released 6 times
also, it is very much possible to find the same track priced differently. take a look at this example: 1.49 and 1.99 prices for the same thing
also, the payout percentages can probably vary for different labels. so they play around with timing etc. sometimes they will do an exclusive on Beatport, other times they will go to all the stores at the same time etc. one of the labels i know, told me they get 90% of all unit sales during the 1st 10 days upon original release.
personally, i mix and match websites. if i really have to have it, i will pay 2.49; otherwise i will wait for reduction to 1.99 or 1.49; and for "regular" music, i go to iTunes and Amazon.
yes -- YouTube and SoundCloud often do not have iTunes and Amazon links, but I built a website that makes automatic links to 8 top stores, and Bandcamp, so I use it to find the best price.
Just go to your account settings on www.beatport.com (not play.beatport.com, where the contest is) . Then, just tell them to send another confirmation email and they'll send it. (/ppcute "Easy as P-I-E")
the linked track is off a previous release - DOOMSTER, of which I like the last few songs.
But his most recent album is where it's at - DOWNLORD has only 1 song (out of 12) that I'm not fond of. Everything else is extrodinary. Especially FuckMyLife2 or Eclypz or Morbid Haze.
Dude! Listen to the album "Forward Escape" by Tipper. Such great, mellow, ambient music. Give me a sec and I'll find a link for you
Tell me how you like it man! It's my favorite to listen to while tripping. Tipper in general is great.
This is an instrumental version of a song with vocals. That's why they can get away with releasing something so "minimal."
Link to original
You can definitely grab the track from any of your favorite stores (including Beatport below). I feel like I'd be doing myself a disservice if I gave you an illegal download link, but that's always an option, I suppose.
All the time:
SNS Project ft. Lola Robinson - Get Up (Rulers of the Deep remix)
Latest: Felipe L - Painting The Sky (Moti Brothers Remix)
TomLube is correct.
Look at the filename of the DL on this soundcloud link, the 5264038 matches its # on Beatport. As well, the Beatport version is 3:56 (like this one), album version is 4:07. I guess it's been on Beatport and we all just missed it!
The beginning before the presentation starts? Bastille's Pompeii
When the ice is breaking? Luna 13's The All Seeing Eye
ITT: Darude sucks, long live Darude!
I only know old Trance, so here goes;
> . 14. Simon Templar - Meltwater (Pt. I) [Touchstone]
> When Jussi Paasonen of Winkee sent me Meltwater Pts I and II, I was completely blown away. I didn't think that expansive progressive trance music like this still existed. Pt I has a very unusual intro and structure, and just builds and builds with an unrelenting drive which completely absorbs the listener. It's got a huge yet understated riff - if that is possible (it is in my head anyway). Pt.II is much darker and deeper, the two combined makes for a +20 minutes journey of musical bliss. It's my favourite release on Touchstone Recordings so far. The sleeve is fabulous too. Unfortunately pretty much everybody else ignored this record....
> Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCHSTYFV2uM
> Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/meltwater/1069636
This track just blew me away.
SoundSelection nailed it, as far as i'm concerned. If you want a record label to look at for similar things, I recommend Anjunadeep and Unreleased Digital. Some stuff might not be chill enough, but there'll be plenty that is. I'd look up either label on Beatport and work through all the recommended stuff. You're bound to find a ton of stuff by the time you're done going through samples of each track.
Thanks for the downvote and the insult. The one defining feature about dnb is that it sits around the 170-180 bpm zone. The tune you linked is a good remix, but it's not dnb. It sits at around 130 bpm and is closer to Electro House rather than anything. It is especially not dubstep.
Edit: Beatport lists it as Breaks.
Beatport is a good way to find what's popular right now. Check the different genres top 10 charts and I'm sure you'll hear some stuff you'll recognize if you've been out partying.
Dancing Astronaut is an awesome blog. They cover mainly progressive house and electro.
this song is sick
this is fanatical
not really a blog, but beatport has all kinds of dubstep releases to preview
Thanks guys! I learned a lot from this place.
Edit: If you like this we also have a remix on Beatport and some more on SoundCloud.
Edit 2: Ok so I learned that the "Pulse" chart isn't as big a deal as the "Beatport top 100" chart... But also just found out we actually made it onto the real Indie Dance top 100 chart!! Currently #83!
Sorry for all the shameless plugging... I'm just so excited and don't know who else to tell!
Fraggle Rock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNAMwPTthfI
Prejudice & Politics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdFQA-I0LHM
Summer 3000: http://www.beatport.com/track/summer-3000-original-mix/108528
Fucking Spor. Soooooooo good if you like the hard Dark stuff, also check out Noisia too
If you want a really good compilation album, check this one out. its been something I first got back in 09 and I still listen to it regularly. its got a lot of diverse stuff on it too.
Album available also on Beatport, Spotify, and junodownload.
The great thing about savant is that he is all EDM. You can really make him anything you want. Do your friends like a high bpm? savant's got that. Low bpm? savant's got everything. i mean heck, if you look up Orakel on beatport it says it's like seven genres! Savant, genre barrier killer.
Edit: Orakel on beatport, It's actually 8 genres!
Edit2: My first savant song was either ISM or Starfish, got me hooked instantly, so these worked for me haha.
Do artists get different royalties depending on what download store something gets bought from? For instance, your album on AudioJelly costs $6, but on Beatport its $17. Would you see any of that difference?
Also is there a reason your album isn't available in Wav on AudioJelly. I only buy Wav music and I am interested in buying your album, but there is no way I am going to pay $34 for it on Beatport.
For the lazy, that song is Fractals and was produced by mau5haxx in Miami last year during Ultra where five unknown producers got to work with deadmau5, Steve Duda, Feed Me, Kill the Noise, Moguai, Foreign Beggars, Jim Stout, the Frederick, and Heat Maxwell to produce two tracks in eleven hours. Link is to the free download on beatport.
Searched through my deep house collection and a few of my sets and came up empty so I shazamed it. BAM. Au Seve - Julio Bashmore.
The second one is MK's dub of Storm Queen's look right through
jakwob - blinding (hybrid minds remix
evasion - silence is too much
v recordings - Viva Brazil LP
A good DJ Never reveals where he gets his samples from ;)
But, i'm not a very good DJ so:
And if anyone is interested, today and today only, I will provide free copies to any of my tracks to anyone that wants them :) Just PM me your email and i'll send you a link!
Also, Here is a link to my facebook artist page and to all of my tracks to purchase on beatport if you wanna check it out and support your local trance producer :)
P.S I love my girlfriend Yolanda and bestfriend Josh, Thanks for the amazing presents and spending this special day with me <3
I would imagine you might be into some of the Toolroom Records-type crowd for example funkagenda or inpetto but I guess that really depends on what you define as "dark".
Hit up http://www.beatport.com/genre/electro-house/17 but do a bit more digging than just the top 10 otherwise you'll sound like everyone else. BPM is always 127-132 and is very easily mixed since most tracks have long intro's / outro's. Good luck!
Hey all, I'm Danny Chen. I produce trance music, and been producing for about a year now. I'm signed to Armada and Statement. I've been featured on ATB's In The Mix 6, Dash Berlin's Top 15 January, and recently Andy Moor's Breaking The Silence 2 compilation.
I'm still a new producer, learning a lot everyday but I am willing to answer any questions. I use Ableton Live :)
QO - Atari X EP
Sam Binga - Nuh Chat EP
Eastcolors (Hybris, Noel, Traffic) - Could Be / Things Inside (Hybris Remix) / Dreams
Mikal - WHERE THEY AT / THE CHOSEN / CONTROL OF PEOPLE
Beta 2 & Zero T - Election / The Edge / What's Wrong
Xanadu - THROUGH THE OORT CLOUDS
Nope! "Sextrax" is one of my Labels i am the founder and owner! I am professional Techno/Minimal Producer since 2007! You can buy my music at itunes, beatport and over 300 other onlinestores... Kunststoff is my Artistname there or under my real name Jorgo Tsekouras you find around 30+ releases... http://www.beatport.com/label/sextrax/22637
Its not the first time i've seen this happen..
Look at this. http://www.beatport.com/track/fever-original-mix/5025952
and this http://sounds.beatport.com/pack/biggest-edm-drops/7197
Some people think that because is royality free it means that can they can just use the whole thing as their own, with very few new elements added..
I don't think BT needs any introduction on this subreddit, so let's go with this trance remix of a song that was Guinness certified as the song with the most edits: a staggering 6,178 in just a 4:21 song. The original was released in 2003, but an EP from Black Hole in 2006 had this full remix on it.
Hope you all enjoy your evenings no matter what you have going on! And just remember:
Simply bein' loved loved loved
Is more than enough, yeah yeah
Posted this a bit ago, but seeing as it's just been released on Beatport, and all proceeds from purchase go to little homeless Africans (I'm a bad person), I'll add the link to the purchase page and hope you peeps can find it in you(r wallet) to buy a song. Figure would appreciate it.
Usually I'm no fan of compilation videos, but I'll throw in some karma for the Kaskade use. I didn't give much credit to this remix until hearing the intro here; sometimes 90 second previews don't do a song justice.
House and techno are similar in the fact that they are both based on the four to the floor rhythm, i.e. four equally spaced consecutive beats. Dubstep does not follow that rhythm, I'm not sure what rhythm it follows, someone else may be able to clear that up.
There are websites like beatport and audio jelly that organise music into genres which may help you to recognise the difference between several genres. Also, try out a website called DJ tech tools, it is a blog as well as a forum that I am sure many people on here visit.
When I first started listening to dance music, I couldn't tell the difference between progressive and tech house, you just have to keep on listening to dance music and recognise the similarities and the differences, and over time you will be able to tell the difference between genres
I know this may seem wacky, but Skrillex being well-known by the masses doesn't have to be a bad thing, and those of us that appreciate (at least some of) his stuff aren't like fucking children for it.
He's a damned millionaire, you think that can happen with no talent? Of course it can. This page gets a lot of money, and if you've been to any shows where he played lately you know that the floor EXPLODES when he starts "playing" (no hands most of the time). His sets are typically soon followed by the emptying of the area and mumbles and grumbles of the elitists who disparage him.
tl:dr; You're a little boy!
The EP this is from is named 'Atmosphere - The Lost Dubs'.
This is the B-side of that EP and the track's name is Atmosphere (Jerome's Runaway Dub).
The A-side was Atmosphere (Kerri's Foundation Dub)
Neelix, Symphonix, Klopfgeister, Day Din, DJ Moon, Hanzo. Pretty much anything off of Spin Twist Records is what you're looking for.
Prog house/trance fans. Check this sweet collection out. 100 tracks for $22. I was able to use the steresonic code to get additional 25% off.
Sad this break is coming to an end. Work starts again on Monday. Also starting my Cut and starting bodyweight workouts and swimming. Really excited and some really great things to look forward to this year.
It's the B-side to the original mix on PRY006. You can get it on Beatport here: http://www.beatport.com/release/proper-education/44003 ("Dub Mix"). Seems like the original PRY006 (Proper Education / Proper Education (The Dub)) never got a proper digital release on Pryda, just on other labels.
Under Another Sky by Cern came out through Dispatch. I'm enjoying it.
Also Theory of the Avantegard - Cosmos.
The Invaderz' album sampler is out; if you're a DJ and want to get the best track off the release, you can check it out here.
But to be honest, the whole album, which is coming on 3rd November, is gonna be my favourite of the year.
I'd recommend listening to some hard trance. Here is an incredible label with very fast aggressive trance tunes.
EDIT: Nvm, the track he linked is also hard trance. It's a great subgenre IMO though. So underrated
Bungle - Down to Earth is really good. And Marky's Master Plan (though it's more of a compilation album).
It's not that it's Brostep. It's that this is 145 bpm glitch-hop. It is on the edge of the genre for sure though, but it's more a future/glitch/trap style tune than dubstep.
It's still a good track, but it isn't even categorized as dubstep by its producer, let alone real dubstep.
Those are not necessarily downtempo, I think what you're looking for is underground electronic music.
What I'd recommend you to do is to follow the labels, they release songs on the same style.
Bonobo is Ninja Tune.
Tycho is Ghostly International.
For Deep House, Garage, Tech House, Future House, Bass House... check:
Check this out too:
I'd stay away from anything Spinin' though (they have a Deep House label), you want to follow trend setters not followers.
I had you in mind throughout the week. Your tune was just played on ASOT 672, but no ID as of yet since forums.di.fm is down.
Aha! I posted on your thread on /r/trance and I assumed it was a Rayel tune with its bassline and vocals. Looks like I was right ;)
Tune's name is: Andrew Rayel feat. Sylvia Tosun – There Are No Words
Apparently it was in the album: http://www.beatport.com/track/there-are-no-words-feat-sylvia-tosun-album-mix/5448111
Interesting that this is 1 minute longer than the version on iTunes
Which is also the same length of the Beatport release and I have no shame in paying the $2.74 for the lossless version of this :D
**** Submit Any And All Electronic Genres to Groove Therapy Records ****
Just thought we would drop all you producers a line and give you the opportunity to submit any original unsigned tracks to Groove Therapy Records. We are an independent label based out of NYC, that has been pushing underground culture for the past 9 years as a crew and as a label for the past 2 years. We span all genres, so don't worry about being turned away because of that.
If you'd like to submit us one of your original unsigned and unreleased works email us at using the heading [Submission]Artist - Title (original mix) [Genre] in the subject line please. Make sure that the track is full length and high quality audio and NOT PUBLIC. You may also provide any other information or links to social media and blogs that may be relevant in our decision making process.
Below are links to our Beatport page and our social media pages. Looking forward to going through your submissions in the future and hopefully picking a couple of you up to release!
Groove Therapy Records
I think the sound you are trying to describe is liquid. There is a TON of good liquid out there a few of my favorite labels at the moment are ;
Hospital of course but if yah dunno hospital then yadunno.
The whole Tempus EP is pretty heavy.
EDIT: Here's the other 2 on the EP
Sorry Is A Useless Word
Tenishia. I love the way they combine vocals with music. Evident from tracks like Haris C feat. Anthya - My Angel (Tenishia Remix), and Burning From The Inside(Tenishia Burning Full Vox Mix). Also their chillout albums, Frozen roads 1 & 2 are beautiful.
I think your vocals come in too early. try bumping them back by 1/128th note at a time until they sit right? That's what I get from comparing your track to the original on youtube.
EDIT: also, don't know if you've tried this yet, buuut - http://www.beatport.com/release/eow/990908 you could buy the original track and line up your vocals with it to make sure they're on.
May 22, 2012. It was released on the Eric Prydz presents Pryda EP. The reason I put it here is because he blew up this year with his Identity Tour. http://www.beatport.com/track/allein-original-mix/3475244
Did you by any chance sample a synth riff from <em>The Pressure</em> feat. Ann Nesby (Lenny & Amnesia Remix)? Just curious if it's coincidence, from the same synth patch or sample cd, or from that actual tune. It's a nice riff :)
There have been some strange voters afoot in this subreddit lately-- unfortunately this means that a lot of submissions get bumped off the "Hot" page you see when you first visit. So just remember to click the "New" tab from time to time to catch stuff you mighta missed!
This one was released earlier this week, check out the EP on Beatport!
I'm a sucker for vocal chops.
While this is no doubt a great track, I much prefer the Alex M.O.R.P.H. remix.
Also, some Beatport links for both versions:
If you don't mind paying for them, you can always find some at Beatport (or any online music store, really).
edit: haha just noticed you said you'd like to avoid buying them. Oh well, I'll leave the link there. You may find something you like and then get it some other way.
I love Spotify and Pandora for random finds and music related to my tastes; but Last.fm is my favorite. It's the best for finding new, popular, related/similar music. Once I find new artists, I go back to Spotify and look up their music.
edit: If you're looking for electronic music, you can't go wrong with Beatport
Serbian turbofolk will be the new eurodance :D
TEED is Deep House, really ? Beatport seems to disagree with you. When I think about Deep House that is going mainstream, I rather think about Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler and all these guys from Crosstown Rebels and Hot Creations.
That is the Gert vs. Bonka remix, the Youtube video is a different version of Close Cover. There were so many remixes of that song, I can see how it would be easy for someone to get two different versions confused.
Here's the remix you're looking for on Beatport.
I bought Francis' new EP "Something, Something, Awesome" yesterday. The first two tracks are a bit formulaic IMHO but "Dill the Noise" is hot :]
I'd try and get some attention with remixes. I had this remix signed to Ultra Records.
Thank you. As a fellow producer (who just recently hit #2 on Beatports Dubstep Chart - Josh Money "Let Go With You") there are so many people here talking out the ass. I'm actually classically trained and can play Mozart or even Chopin in a heartbeat and there's no denying that Skrillex is talented as fuck. And you are right, NO ONE has been able to recreate his sounds right. There are a lot of tutorial attempts and most of them sound like shit. People exhibit genius in different ways and there's just no way to compare someone like Mozart with Sonny Moore.
This track can be purchased on Beatport at this URL: http://www.beatport.com/track/the-state-original-mix/2706786
There is also a remix by Skism available here: http://www.beatport.com/track/the-state-skism-remix/2706791
Show your support for the artist and purchase one of the above tracks if you can (US $1.99 in MP3 format.) I just bought the original mix and intend to drop it into my DJ sets frequently.
electro house has harder crunchier synth leads and sometimes beats that deviate a bit from four on the floor and is a different vibe from more traditional house music and deep house music. electro house makes people want to throw their hands in the air and rock out while more traditional house music makes you want to keep grooving.
check out some tracks here and you will get the idea.
You can buy this track to help it chart Here: http://www.beatport.com/release/discordia-ep/401573
Thanks :D I'm probably going to post up the GQ podcast later today. GoingQuantum is also a redditor!
What you said explains something like KOAN Sound's Mr. Brown, which I guess could be considered 'experimental dubstep'. I have no issue with that.
But absolutely none of that applies to this Feed Me track, which is 110bpm, not 100, and is very much Electro House, which isn't anything new or a 'progressive' side of dubstep.
It's just not dubstep at all, not in the least fucking bit. And you can just check out the <strong>beatport listing</strong> yourself if you don't want to take my word for it.
I guess the only newish trend here is clueless kids who don't know how to tell the difference between genres, which is a good skill to learn if you're going to be submitting to genre-specific subreddits.
Haha, I stand corrected.
And here's the original song, if anybody's interested. We've all heard Ru say "Your country breakfast is ready!" and "She done already had herses!" on RPDR before, but I hadn't clocked those catchphrases' origin before now. And there's your herstory lesson for the day!
Definitely Umama O Sdusla by Troydon. There's only a beatport link to listen to :(. I'll try and upload it to youtube
Edit: Here y'all go
I hate how I can't find a soundcloud or facebook page of his, because I am absolutely in love with this track. All I've found is his Beatport Profile (which only has 2 tracks).
Although not always accurate, this is what beatport concluded for some of his tracks:
Indie Dance / Nu Disco (5)
Tech House (5)
Electro House (3)
Drum & Bass (1)
/r/bigroom, you can it also call it anthem, festival house. But when you hear people saying it's "progressive house", it's not. The confusion is made by labels going along with Beatport's unwillingness to get with the times and update their catalog/classifications. If you wanna, check out /r/proghouse and /r/realproghouse to understand and feel the vibe of that style of house music.
> Catalog number: MOUSE 007 (Mouseville). Release date: December 13, 2007. This amazing deadmau5 remix of Cirez D's "Teaser" appeared in 2007 on Mouseville Records. It is an absolutely stunning track, and spent some time as the #1 download on Beatport! We decided this amazing track deserved an upgrade from 720p. Enjoy! This video was created using a lossless audio file, providing you with excellent sound quality! This track uses our experimental "Deep-EQ". To turn EQ off, click here: http://youtu.be/ppHM3ZnxKsQ To listen to normal EQ, click here: http://youtu.be/R9Xxr8IsBzg What is EQ? EQ is an audio enhancement designed to enhance audio reproduction on smaller speakers with limited dynamic range, similar to what a Bass Boost button does. Feel free to select EQ or Non-EQ, based on whatever sounds best to you! Legally purchase this track here: http://www.beatport.com/track/teaser-deadmau5-remix-version-1/451321
Sorry man, he didn't have a download link.
I'm a lounge/festival/rave DJ mate. I don't have to play a single chart topper or radio hit ever. I have complete freedom over what I play so I need access to as much music as possible because I am constantly changing my sets and experimenting with new music which gets expensive really fast... I do a minimum of two 4 hour sets a week and would get bored damn fast if I wasn't always adding new music.
Even as a member of three record pools I still spent over $100 on Beatport last month and that doesn't include my Google Play Music bill either.
Looking at what I played this past weekend.... Take Boehm - Night Ride, there's only one copy on YouTube... 256 views https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7AKCM7HXb8#t=129 hardly a popular "sound like everyone else" track. I found it on ZipDJ, a record pool.
My favourite track to play at my lounge residency right now? This, http://www.beatport.com/track/miracles-original-mix/5698178 my tastes are fine.
Sure bro, here. Listen to it first, since there are differences between both versions (but it's clear that the one on SBS is based in this remix).
Can't think of 5 off the top of my head, but recently I've really loved DJ Tonka's 2014 update of his classic track Feel, and Harry Romero's Tania (Jorge Montia Remix).
Besides that, always loved the Toolroom podcast, and this year was no different.
The whole Aviateur release was incredible. I still listen to Touch The Skies, Talk To The Stars and Albatros pretty often even though it was released in 2008.
If I Had a Pair of Shoes (Benjamin Fehr's I Told You Before Remix) by Akiko Kiyama is a new favourite of mine and I've been listening to ReRe by Mike Dehnert has been getting a decent amount of play. I've been listening to A LOT of Akiko Kiyama on Spotify!
Edit: You Are Pinnochio (Benjamin Fehr´s I Told You Before Remix). The shoes thingy is the name of the EP.
Those are good links, these are the ones I use
bandcamp definitely has the best ones. And I like checking last.fm because it shows who's doing events and is an active artist. Usually when I check their soundcloud they have recent activity as well.
I agree with uploading songs with permission, I only have 5 tracks so far because it's hard to find good artists who don't use soundcloud already :D but imo the best method because reposting doesn't promote soundcloud pages at all to new people.
hell yeah B.C ;)