Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Dada Life January 2012 Mix!

  Barely turned in on time to be considered a January mix....but better now than never! Dada Life's monthly podcast is and has been my favorite of all time! Forget your table manners and dig into another greasy, bass-heavy mix!

Dada Life January 2012 Mix:


Le Tracklist:
Jerry Rekonius – 10TH (Original Mix)
Kaskade with Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu Remix)
Chuckie – Who is Ready to Jump (Dada Life Remix)
Hardwell – Spaceman
Quintino – The One And Only
Modek – Willow
Tommy Trash – Cascade
Dem Slackers – Schlingel
Swanky Tunes & Matisse & Sadko – The Legend
Zedd – Slam The Door
Tonite Only – Haters (Nicky Romero Out Of Space Remix)


Sunday, January 29, 2012

Refune Radio #1

     With electronic music getting bigger than ever, it only makes sense that it's starting to get serious radio time. A few days back, Sebastian Ingrosso unveiled his new show, Refune Radio:
"Sebastian Ingrosso presents his new free downloadable 60 minute monthly Radio show for your aural pleasure! Featuring all the biggest tracks from Seb’s SD card, exclusive music you won’t hear anywhere else, live reports from his sell out shows and Seb dishing the dirt and backstage gossip. "

Refune Radio 001:

This is one of the more enjoyable podcasts because of Ingrosso's humorous demeanor, wide selection of music, and interesting segments. To subscribe to this FREE, amazing podcast click here!


Friday, January 27, 2012

B33t Basket

     Sup! B33n sup3r busy lat3ly with school bullshit but I would n3v3r l3av3 you without th3 prop3r tunag3 for th3 w33k3nd!

Stay Up:

I was sitting around at work the other night and this tune was playing in the background. At first I didn't notice that I was tapping my foot and bobbing my head when one of my co-workers walked by and was like "YEAH MAN, THIS SONG IS NASSSTTY!!!" All of a sudden, disco dance party broke out, boobies were flying left and right! As the song started to end, I realized I needed to get the name of the track! Being a poor mawfucka and not having any sort of iGizmo, I quickly had my friend download Shazam (if you don't know what that is, look it up) and try and obtain the name of the mystery tune. After what seemed like an hour and as the song was nearly over, the iPhone prevailed and the song was found!
I now pass onto you this funky tech-house bomb!

Breakn' A Sweat (Zedd Remix):

He be killlin' em! Recycled sounds (the drop/main riff is basically Slam The Door) but still super phat! I can dig it!

In My Mind (Axwell Mix):

Another A+ edit from Axwell of SHM! I have no idea how he does it.....this is straight beeyoootiFULL! Oh and not to brag or anything but......I GOT TICKETS TO COSMIC OPERA!!!!!
The uniqueness of each member of The Mafia, makes it worth while to take the time to see each producer individually. Being the lucky bastard that I am, I will get experience Axwell in a production that he is personally putting together. It is going to be unreal. I will document it as best I can! Feb 24th can't come any sooner.

Every track is a MUST!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Somebody To Love

         Rusko's latest single! Super crunchy! I remember reading somewhere that he has a new album coming out in February.............I smellz a comeback!

Somebody To Love (Original Mix):


Weird ass video...


Monday, January 23, 2012

Can't Stop Me Now

     Afrojack and Shermanology's highly anticipated single, Can't Stop Me Now is finally here! It is a fantastic collaboration of that dirty-dutch whine that we can't get enough of, topped with KILLER vocals. Seriously, the singer from Shermanology will bring tears to your eyes with her godly voice. This track is more in the realm of mainstream/club house but I know all you chicks out there are going to dig it (brownie points for me!). I would say this tune is going to be like the next Take Over Control (don't know if thats a good thing or a bad thing....) Anyways, N_Joy.

Can't Stop Me Now (Original Mix):



Thursday, January 19, 2012


    Hardwell's first single of 2012 was finally released today! Spaceman is another spectacular tune from the young producer, encompassing floating (almost "space-like") melodies and silky synths. This tune will put you in a trance before abruptly exploding over head like Space Shuttle Columbia! (Too soon? I apologize).

Spaceman (Original Mix):



Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Steve Jobs

      Take a guess who that person in the picture is. For those can't put two and two together or live in a third world country, that is Steve Jobs. While many sources say he was a huge dick head (and while I secretly believe he was planning to take over the world), we can all agree he revolutionized the tech world and the way we use the letter "i". In the electronic scene, Macs are #1 comps for DJs and producers (don't try and argue with me. When was the last time you saw someone using a Dell or some shit), and iPads are starting to make a bigger debut in live performance; all thanks to Steve. Fellow Steve (Aoki) and Angger Dimas want to keep his spirit alive in a wild electronic single. So, in memory of Steve, please blast this bumping tune through an Apple product. 

Steve Jobs (Original Mix):



Friday, January 13, 2012

b33t basket

    Freakin' Weekend. Got shit to do, so imma make this quick!

Cascade (Original Mix):

Hot new tune from Tommy Trash!

Offline (Original Mix):

Will Bailey drops heavy beats with this bleepy, 90's style rave tune! Binkies, XL bell bottoms, and fuzzy animal backpacks are back in style!

Prutataaa (Dada Life Remix):

And nowwwwww for the maaaaiiiinnn EVENTTTT! Early release of Dada Life's neck breaking remix of one the greatest tunes to date! Listen with caution because this is bass overdose! A+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I'm giving my speakers a work out!
The official release date for the remix pack is this Monday. Be sure to check out Angerr Dimas and Darth & Vaders rendition(s) of this over active tune!


Wednesday, January 11, 2012


   We've been waiting a lonnnnngg time for this one. Nothing super special about this tune, except for the fact that it flat out ROCKS! If you ever seen Steve do it live, you know already know the effect this track has on large groups of people. Madness, I say! 

Yeah (Original Mix):



Make It Drop (Angger Dimas Remix)

     Hold up a minute! I am very disappointed at the internet world for not giving this song the recognition it deserves. Before we get into the song, I want to say one thing: ANGGER DIMAS IS THE FUCKING SHIT. This kid produces music EXACTLY how I like it: hard, head banging tracks with dutch flare. We should all try to be more like Mr. Dimas. While the original track is off the hook, this remix is definitely my cup of tea. Angger Dimas dirty-dutch-ifies this rave-a-licious tune, making it the knock out punch in your set. Enough time wasted reading this, TIME to have a listen and don't forget to N_joy:

Make It Drop (Angger Dimas Remix):

If this doesn't get you excited....i think that its time we stopped talking to each other...


Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Coachella 2012

    You guys have probably already seen the line up but what the hell! Two weekends of awesome music! I am not sure if my funds will permit my attendance but if you're rolling in the benjamins and feeling nice, don't hesitate to hook me up :) 


Monday, January 9, 2012

Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero

     What up B33theads! For those who started school today and are sporting a frown, turn that shit upside down because here is two KILLER tracks from Nicky Romero and Fedde Le Grand. The first tune, Freaky, is a turbo boosted dutch track that has lyrics reminiscent to Daft Punk's Technologic and a beat similar to Romero's Flash. If the dance floor is getting drab, break a neck or three with this energetic tune! The second track, Slacking, is a jackin, rave anthem that is going to squeeze the low-end on your speakers! Greasy and phat just like how I like my women :)

Freaky (Original Mix):

My type of music right hurr!!!!

Slacking (Original Mix):


Happy Monday!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Weekend B33t Basket #1009398848

    While I lay here, curled in the fetal position, regretting last night's poorly made decisions, I have a few songs I want you to listen to. Thanks.

Midnight City (Eric Prydz Remix):

Grandmaster Eric Prydz blesses M83's biggest single, giving it a nice progressive flow. When this song plays, I imagine some real emotional shit like a fireman pulling people out of a wreck after a bomb goes off in a building or something "artistic" like someone diving off a 100 foot cliff..... I don't know....its just what I imagine..... fuck you.

Do The Robot:

At first glance, I was not a fan of this song BUT for some reason it has grown on me. Laidback Luke grabbing the filter knob and abusing it like your dad abuses liquor. The song sounds like a car with a fucked up transmission....

Slam The Door:

Hot damn, Pepper Ann! Zedd disregards your meager pleas for peace and beats up your ear drums with a SPECTACULAR, hard hitting track!

Total Recall:

The gloves are off! Here is an A+ slap from my all time favorites Flosstradamus. This gangster tune consists of sharp percussion and LOTSOFDABASS. Roll the windows down and drive slow.

whhhyyyyyy meeee?!!?!!? i wish i could rewind time and go back to last evening before 8pm and kick myself in the balls.....
long story short: crystal meth is one helluva drug

PS im kidding about the crystal meth, i only mess with airplane glue :)

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Fuck School

     As my winter break begins to wind down and the next quarter of school begins to approach, I am thinking only one thing...."fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk". While the title suggests otherwise, this little gem from Avicii and Nicky Romero is uplifting, playful, and catchy as hell; you gon' lyk dis! The perfect midweek pick me up! N_joy!

F**K School:

The live versions include a Justice "D.A.N.C.E." sample.
Once it releases, I will fix.


Sunday, January 1, 2012

Lets Reflect

    What up b33theads! While you're groggily trying to figure out how Shamu ended up next to you this morning or for you more ambitious kitties, trying to start your New Years resolutions, lets slow down for a moment and reflect on an eventful, memorable year of 2011! I first thought about compiling my top 10 songs of 2011 but then it got real sticky as to who would rank over who and how all the different genres would effect the standings so instead I did it by month. 12 songs, 1 from every month that I felt really killed it and made a big mark the electronic music scene. If you disagree with my choices, please write me an angry letter then go to the post office and kill yourself. (HAH didnt see that one coming, did you??) Just kidding. Anyways, here we go:

1. Optinuum -Moguai

The electronic dance scene absolutely exploded in mid 2010 and continued to uncontrollably spill out all over the US. At the start of 2011, with progressive house becoming more popular due to the likes of mainly Deadmao-five, Moguai released this masterpiece to kick off what would become an even crazier year. This song is fuego!

2. Zero 76 -Tiesto & Hardwell

Released in February, this song is crucial because it marked the transition of Tiesto, switching from Trance to House, never to look back again :( Alongside this momentous change, this was a giant break for rising producer, Hardwell. Once Hardwell got this exposure, it was all main stages and top of the charts for the young son of a gun. Everyone loves a pumping big room track- N_Joy.

3. Big Bass Drum -TAI:

While big-room house generally took over the scene, producers like TAI keep it fresh with wobbly electro tracks like this one! One of my all time favorite filth tracks!

3.5. Que Que -Diplo & Dillon Francis

Sorry but I couldn't just pick one song in the month of March. This is another song that blew me away and marked the rising of the hot, new genre: MOOMBAHTON! Diplo has always been an idol of mine. He is a producer that is unafraid to meld every style of music from rap, electro, and reggae, dance-hall. Alongside, this was another big break for young star, Dillon Francis, who we can all say is some what the "poster boy" of the moombahton genre. Dillon Francis fits well under the Mad Decent label, because like Diplo, his production style  is unorthodox and unique. Big things continue to pour out from both producers and the Mad Decent label.

4. Cry (Just A Little) -Bingo Players

Bingo Players are EASILY in my top 5 Favorite Producers. What makes them special is their simplistic style and their ability to create tracks from dirty dutch and disco to main stage-festival tracks. This track brought them instant fame with its catchy, happy go lucky disco feel. From the time Cry took the top of the Beatport charts all the way up until now, they have continued to thrive with a multitude of top 10 hits like Rattle and Mode, as well as started their own label, Hysteria Records, and own radio show, Hysteria Radio. Unbelievable duo! Can't wait to see what they bring to the table in 2012!

5. Prutataaa -Afrojack & R3hab

As I continue to compile this list, I am starting to notice a trend: Current star does collaboration with protégé=both people gain all the spoils you can imagine......lucky bastards. Afrojack, the #1 DJ in the world, introduces fellow dutchman, R3hab and together they birth one filthy tune! Me likey!

5.5. Save The World -Swedish House Mafia

Yup, I had to do it. Paying homage to the greatest trio in the world. Swedish House Mafia kicked off the summer of dance music with this popular tune. For me, this song sticks out as to when House music became REALLLLY popular, like more plays on the radio, in the club, etc etc. Whether you like this song or not, SHM doesn't need your approval. What makes the trifecta so awesome to me is that they haven't gone off and done some bullshit, mainstream work to rake in more money and fame like David Guetta or even, Afrojack. Yes, I understand that D.G. and Afrojack are producers and a producer's job is to make music for anyone/everyone and yes, I still like their music but SHM doesn't deal with the petty mainstream crowd. They are solely about HOUSE and nothing BUT HOUSE. ReSpEkT, yo!

6. Lotus -Mumbai Science:

Still waiting for these guys to get the recognition they deserve. Techno and electro rolled into a giant rock, which is then melted down and injected directly into your eyeballs. I have never seen a crowd of 40 people turn so animalistic. These guys fucking rule and hopefully more people jump on the wagon in 2012.

7. Levels (Clockwork Remix) -Avicii

Oh yes I did! Two reasons this song is here:
1. Clockwork kills it with this edit. Its like getting punched in the nut sack by Pacquiao himself.
2. Avicii is a dope producer. Respect is due where respect is earned.

8. Bodywork -Bart B More & Tommie Sunshine

Age does not matter in the electronic music scene. Here is a fine example of young and old coming together and breaking necks. Bart B More is another young cat who is slowly climbing to the top. Mixing electro, wobbly bass music, and acid house, his music will make you laugh, cry, sneeze, fart. Check plus!

8.5. Calling -Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso

Ah, another example of current star paving the way for young star. It was also nice to see Sebastian Ingrosso come out with an original track because I feel like people were getting skeptical as to how much he contributes to SHM. I mean, seeing how Axwell and Angello constantly pump out their own original stuff and what not..... Hey, I am not talking down on Ingrosso at all. Matter of fact, I freaking love him and if I was a woman, I would definitely sleep with him. I just needed some reassurance to show other people that he is thee man!
I could listen to this song a 1000 times in a row and not get sick of it. Don't test me.....

9. Audio, Video, Disco -Justice

And for a moment the world stopped spinning. Justice finallllllllllyyyy released new material which was  followed by a lot of criticism. Took me a while to accept the fact that the new stuff wasn't going to be like Cross. Nonetheless, I love Justice and the new material continues to grow on me daily. Seeing them in April, should be life changing.

9.5. Beta -Hardwell & Nicky Romero

This song is like if Mila Kunis and Amber Heard (the blonde smoke show from Pineapple Express) decided to release a s3x t4p3! Again, two rising stars swapping spit and ejaculating a tidal wave of unicorns and narwhals. Okay, that made no sense and I think I took it a little far. What I really mean is, here is a track that is the future. Both Nicky Romero and Hardwell have made leaps and bounds this year and continue to turn heads with every production they put out. Be on the look out for both of these bad boys come 2012.

10. Original Don -Major Lazer

It was wayyyy tooo long since Major Lazer put out anything new. This funky dance-hall influenced track has got everything you want in a party tune: heavy, fast-paced bass and grimy synths! Spark up your crack pipes and go krazy!

11. Let The Beat Control Your Body -Brodinski

My tune of 2011. TechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechnoTechno. We've heard enough house. Take it back to the warehouse rave, go to that happy place and let the beat control your body.....

12. Antidote -Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party

When legends collide.
Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party bringing in the last year on earth.

All in all, the electronic music scene is blown up in epic proportions. While it may be in its golden era, I know for a fact that it is here to permanently stay. Thanks to all my readers, it only gets better from here!
PS: Make it a New Years resolution to help spread the word on Fresh B33ts and hit the "Like" button :) Much appreciated.