This week, Savior of Sound Brazzabelle heists our podcast with 40 minutes of hard-hitting tracks. Her unique and fast-paced mixing style is sure to ignite explosive, impromptu dance parties. Tune in, light the fuse and enjoy.
Our pick of music happenings you need to know about...
#Song: "1988" - Boys Noize & Housemeister
A throwback tribute, this track honors the original rave and techno anthems that dominated dance music in 1988. With 7,000 SoundCloud plays in just hours of its release, we see history repeating itself.
#Video: "Bound 2" - Kanye West
Yeezus Christ! Is Kanye West trying to outdo Ray-J and Kim's old sex tape? We hope Baby North never sees this.
Zedd proves that he doesn't need a big dance anthem to stay relevant. This EP strips down the biggest hits off of his Clarity album with live instruments that showcase his considerable piano skills. Hats off to Zedd for exploring new genres and establishing himself as a timeless musician.
#Mix: "Beware" (Ricky Vaughn Rework)
Ricky Vaughn drops a heavy dose of Moombahton on the remix of Big Sean’s "Beware." It's the perfect mix to play while pre-gaming and torquing the energy levels before a night out.
Jokester, prankster, musician, DJ, producer and puppy lover, Borgore is the real deal.
Whether he's bringing trap, dubstep or heavy metal-inspired remixes, you can always expect the highest level of production quality and inspiration.
It all began in Tel Aviv when three-year-old Borgore started to dabble on the piano. Soon after, he joined a prestigious music program as a saxophone major, transitioned to drums for a death metal group, and eventually began MC’ing on tour for major acts. He’s truly done it all.
Today, you can find Borgore on the road supporting Steve Aoki’s "Aokify America Tour" along with Waka Flaka and Pharrell Williams. Please visit Borgore's web pages (linked below) and welcome him to our musical family. And may his bass fill your hearts with joy.