Borgore and Carnage teamed up once again. This time, they saddle a cinematic tune full of bucking kicks big enough to knock any clown into a barrel. The track introduces itself with some progressive, trance/rave synths which build to a serious drop.
Midway through their current UK tour, rumours float around a bubbling announcement surrounding DELPHIC‘s highly anticipated second album. Their live sets contain both brand new tracks as well as newly remixed tracks from the critically acclaimed UK Top 10 debut album, Acolyte. Having been selected as one of a handful of UK artists to officially be associated with the London 2012 Olympic Games, ‘Good Life’ (a solitary pre-album single released in July), has been broadcast across the world to millions of people. Now, ahead of any possible second album news, an exceptional LONE remix of ‘Good Life’ complete with official Delphic-endorsed video has appeared online, taking the already epic original to new, twisted, ravey heights.
Kayla, who’s only 17, hit it big with Lil Jon on her very first single. Coming from a small town in Ontario, Kayla got her start in singing competitions, talent shows, and local coffee shops. She was swooped up by Upstream Music, a sub-label of legendary house music label Strictly Rhythmafter the release of “Step On It (feat. Lil Jon)” in Canada last spring. The break-out track gets its introduction to the U.S. via a tweenstep banger from Proper Villains.
If you’re in Calgary, then you’ve definitely heard about the pK Sound Crew. For the rest of you, pK is responsible for anything that involves BASS within the bulk of western Canada. Their soundsystems have been the backbone of multiple festivals (including Shambhalla) and their custom made speakers have been installed in multiple clubs.
To show their appreciation for all that is BASS, they are throwing a party of epic proportions alongside Rottun and Contagious.
I first heard FAT&EZ back in May and was impressed with his production, but as is often the case I didn’t get around to posting anything from the Scandinavian knob twiddler. I did however play one of his original cuts on THE SHAKE, a weekly radio show LOTEK and I do every Friday.
The lad has been busy over the last few months working on an EP and a few remixes. The EP will be ready soon enough but for now here’s two remixes and the track that was featured on the show. They’re all electro stompers so if you feel like getting sweaty, and like to encourage others to do the same, I’d suggest you get on these.