Category Archive for: Glitch

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Coyote Kisses release new single “Black Cat”

“Imagine if Apollo 13 made a successful lunar landing. Except this time, they had a disco ball. And electric guitars.” This is the description of Coyote Kisses via their fb page, and you know what, it’s really not that far off. The bass producers don’t constrict their music to one particular sound, instead intertwining influences…

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PANTyRAiD prepares for debut album release, previews with “Pillowtalk” minimix

PANTyRAiD, the project between The Glitch Mob‘s Ooah and MartyParty is set to release their highly anticipated debut album on The Glitch Mob’s label Glass Air on May 28th. Origins of PANTyRAiD are said to have begun a few years ago after meeting at a festival in California. The two had such good musical chemistry…

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Paper Diamond releases Paragon EP

Colorado’s Paper Diamond dropped a massive EP entitled Paragon. As we’ve come to expect, it is full of fresh, eclectic beats. The whole EP has such a different take on EDM and that’s what we love about Paper Diamond, his ability to constantly reinvent himself and think outside the box when it comes to his…

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The Build Up: urBn:LgNd @ Breakbot this Saturday (3/30)

All this week we’re building up for the French Funkateer Breakbot as he headlines his first show ever in San Diego. First up, we’re highlighting a local hero and SoundLogik favorite urBn:LgNd. The underground bass music scene is flourishing in San Diego and numerous DJs are making a name for themselves within these circles. One…

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An-Ten-Nae – Raindrops On Roses EP + Free Download of “In My Brain”

At last! The King of self-invented Acid Crunk, a bass music hybrid style of trap, glitch and other influences, has released more music. An-Ten-Nae unveils the first single off his long awaited debut album (due for release in April 2013) and it is a unique blend of voice driven melody and bass infused on-the-floor heat.…

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Kill Paris – Slap Me (GRiZ Remix)

The OWSLA camp continues to satisfy listeners of all sounds and styles. The Skrillex-led label is currently on a quest to take over North American dance music, along with Diplo and A-Trak and their respective labels Mad Decent and Fool’s Gold. Soon to be released on the label is the OWSLA debut EP from Kill…

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Birdy Nam Nam – Defiant Order EP

OWSLA’s French DJ quartet Birdy Nam Nam have just released their “Defiant Order” EP with remixes suitable for everyone’s taste. The original is straight glitchy electro goodness while the Breakbot remix offers some more mellow grooves. The DJ Craze “Get Live” remix is a more hyped up and chopped version of the song and UZ‘s…

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ChrisB & jOBOT – Sevens On The Out

Squishy, intergalactic bass combined with downtempo jazz and glittering back sounds. If it doesn’t sound enticing after reading, it’ll all make sense after listening. Headtron disciples ChrisB and jOBOT have let loose a collaboration after hoarding it exclusively for their sets for most of the year, and we can understand why. This secret weapon is…

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Knife Party – Internet Friends (heRobust’s Run Da Trap Bootleg)

heRobust is on fire with his trap bootleg series, this time giving the boobytrap to Knife Party‘s instant cult classic Internet Friends and taking it to a whole ‘notha level. Yes, we did declare that. This remix is next level, and perfect if you’re trying to introduce trap music to a more mainstream oriented crowd.…

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Martyparty MVP

Stream MartyParty’s new album ‘MVP’

Martyparty is a veteran in the bass scene, carving out his own unique sound over the years and furthering his brand with constant touring and extremely tight production. The MVP album concept has been in the works for a while for Martyparty, and it’s finally come to fruiting with fantastic results. MVP features 16 original…

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