Fool’s Gold and Kill The Noise have recently set free a couple of re-cap videos from Electric Zoo, and if you weren’t in attendance this year, these clips will help give you an idea of what you missed. KTN’s clip features him performing live on stage, meeting up with Skrillex backstage, and shaking hands with fans at the Sirius XM tent that was conveniently located adjacent to Main Stage West.
Fool’s Gold’s video is similar, but showcases clips of A-Trak, Brodinski and Gesaffelstein, Araabmuzik, Congorock, DJ Sliink, Green Lantern, Just Blaze, Nick Catchdubs, Oliver and RL Grime. What was unique about Riverside- Fool’s Gold Clubhouse tent was that it was three-dimensional, and fans had the opportunity to pick up a pair of their own 3-D glasses to experience the music much more tangibly. Relive segments of Electric Zoo through the eyes of Kill The Noise and Fool’s Gold, with more to come in the future. (more…)Posted by
Fool’s Gold is bringing an all-star Sunday Funday to Los Angeles this November 10th. The Fool’s Gold Day Off will return for free with RSVP and boasts an already impressive line up including A-Trak, Danny Brown, Kill the Noise and more.
There are some serious notable hip-hop names on the Day Off lineup like the wild but undoubtedly talented Danny Brown and the whiz kid and Kanye prodigy, Travis Scott. As per usual, Fool’s Gold perfects the balance between the hip-hop and dance worlds and will bring co-captains A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs along with dubstep firepower Kill the Noise to the decks as well.
Though the show is free with RSVP, limited space is available, so sign up today and clear your calendar for Fool’s Gold Day Off.
The inaugural OWSLA After Dark series aired last week with a feisty mixtape from Jack Beats. For the second edition, Kill the Noise takes over the BBC 1Xtra airwaves for a frenetic, 40-track mix of trap, dubstep, electro, and all-around boisterous bass music. With plenty of selections from the recent Black Magic Remixes EP, the mixtape is full of re-worked Kill the Noise productions. Jake’s own renditions of notable tracks like “Sleaze,” “Ghosts in the Machine,” and “Diplodocus” help round out the mix, which, in typical KTN fashion, comes as a barrage of drop-hops, tempo changes, and quick transitions.
Amtrac never fails to impress with his versatile brand of feel good music. Whether deep, pop, or nu-disco tinged his productions have a way of crawling under the listener’s skin and leaving unforgettable memories in their wake. His remix of “Saturn” has us yearning for a day of bouncy castles and sun, a place where inhibitions go to die and smiles are abundant. The native Kentuckian is on the come up and on his way to beating out Colonel Sanders and his juicy fried goodness as our favorite state product.Posted by
Kill the Noise unleashed Black Magic, his followup to Kill Kill Kill, in November of last year. Featuring such tracks as “Thumbs Up (For Rock N’ Roll)” alongside Feed Me and his own “Mosh It Up” and “Black Magic,” the OWSLA EP received a great deal of attention from both fans and DJs of the wilder perversions of dance music. Nearly a year later, a remix EP has surfaced with reworks from GTA, Henry Fong, Kill Paris, Brillz and more. With a total of nine official remixes (and plenty more NEST exclusives), Black Magic Remixes EP is brimming with festival-ready trap, electro, and house.
Featured on the upcoming Black Magic Remix EP, Kill the Noise enlists the help of the minimal drop maestros, GTA, to remix his Brillz and Minxx collaboration “Saturn.” Running the original through a gauntlet of blaring Dutch bass lines and crispy synthwork, the only respite from GTA’s nearly relentless barrage are Minxx’s heaven sent vocals. Like all of GTA’s production efforts in the last year, their remix of “Saturn” is a full frontal assault on your ear holes and is surefire festival fodder for the tail end of the summer season.
The Black Magic Remix EP will be available via OWSLA on September 3rd 2013.Posted by
If there’s one thing for certain about OWSLA it’s that the Nest supports their own, and the latest family affair comes in the form of a Kill The Noise remix of The M Machine’s “Ghosts In The Machine.” The first peek at the duo’s forthcoming remix EP, the Kill The Noise rework takes the electronica tune and turns it inside out with the assistance of a heavy dose of bass. Playing with tempo, rebuilding a dubbed-out backbone and generally dirtying up the ethereal tune, the mix successfully makes indie dance accessible to dub fiends. To be released with a selection of tracks from both Metropolis Pt. I and Metropolis Pt. II, the “Ghosts In The Machine” remix will hit stores August 27th.Posted by
HARD Summer Saturday: Disclosure, Dog Blood, TNGHT, and Flying Lotus galvanize tenants of quality dance music
LA electronic music fans descended upon downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, ready to experience the sights and sounds of HARD Summer. Providing music that could attract ears of all types, from deep house to techno to electro to dubstep and back, the twelve hour event provided a well-curated display of the current pulse of dance music. Click through to read more about the moments that will be cemented in our minds.
After taking to Twitter last week to potentially score collaborations with Mark Knight and Nicky Romero, Dillon Francis has finally released the first track from his project with Kill The Noise. Doing it for the “lulz,” Meowski666 was the decided moniker for the collab, and “Meow Machine” the first track. With samples of “Who Let The Dogs Out,” what sounds like E.T., barking dogs, and yes, cats, the track sounds more like a remix of a Fisher Price See ‘N Say than anything else. If you like what you hear the pair has graciously given up the single as a free download, so grab yours below.