A captivating cabaret of canorous cantillation and cacophony, Krewella‘s carols consummately cater to any class of composer. Abundant alliteration aside, the Play Harder EP features a diverse collection of remixes of “Alive” and “Killin’ It.” From their debut extended play, the sultry and seductive summer smashes have scintillated our senses (… sorry) for months, and, now, are revitalized across too many genres to recognize. ”Alive” sees reworks from progressive prodigy, Jakob Liedholm, and bass-heavy up and comers, Pegboard Nerds. “Killin’ It” gets its own eclectic spotlight with Killagraham’s nu-jump, glitch wallop and DnB kicks from Dirtyphonics. Throwing moombah in the mix, Mutrix’s vocal chops are so krispy, Kia Shine demanded royalties. Even Chuckie got his dirty dutch hands on the once dubstep creation, giving us another reason to yet again, kill it. Grab ‘em for free after the break.
Dirtyphonics just recently dropped their own mix of Krewella’s “Killin’ It.” While not a huge deviation from the original, its faster BPM and reggae undertones in the intro create a subtle fresh take. The French quadruplet is definitely worth checking out at festivals this summer, as they put on an amazing live show. We first covered their remix of “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” last year, and they’ve been keeping themselves quite busy over the past year. Check out their SoundCloud here.
The Kings of Condiments, Mustard Pimp, are a fidget house monster. The scope of their sound is hard to define. By intricately mashing together heavy electro, house and dubstep influences they successfully create a genre all their own. Their new EP, set to be released October 25th, is appropriately named “No Title or Purpose” and is an audio assault of pure pandemonium. ”City Kids” is their collaboration with Dirtyphonics, who provide their melodious sound to Mustard Pimp’s high energy stuttering breakdowns.
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June has been a thrilling month for Skrillex as the release of his newest EP “More Monsters and Sprites” continues to hold a great response from the EDM crowd. In addition to his already successful EP, more artists have begun to collaborate with Skrillex as well as remix his tracks.
First up is a new, unreleased, collaboration that features Skrillex and Diplo. The drop at 1:32 holds true to the meaning of Moombahcore. It’s called “Amplifier.” Listen to this radio rip.
It’s nice to see a lot of these harder guys putting out some Moombahton combinations with their edgy sound. While people like Diplo, Skrillex, Feed Me, and Dillon Francis continue to embrace this latin-style sound, Moombahton music will continue to reshape itself in becoming a part popular music.
Continuing the Moombahton music is a new remix by Relok of Skrillex – Ruffneck Bass.