So I’ve heard around 14,563 songs so far in 2013, and I can safely say that out of all of them, nothing has blown me away more than Lexy & the Kill ’s official debut single “We Can Dance Alone”. After you regain consciousness followi ng one listen, be ready to take an hour out of your day to put this on repeat. While I’ve already shared my unabashed love for this group, my infatuation is taken to new, unreachable heights with this. Gigantic, pounding drums lay the groundwork for this explosive runaway romance as it prepares us [...]
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Our collaboration with Edward Green is so huge that it has been highlighted in "HUGE" Japanese Magazine! Indeed, we must say this pair of shoes is one of the climax of our Fall-Winter 2012 collection. Created together with Edward Green, "Rolls Royce" of the british shoemakers, and made in England using the finest calfskin we can find, this limited-edition [...]
The Huge - Please Call This Love EP (Vol. 3) [ download Bandcamp] new EP by The Huge, recorded at the sea between august 9-19 his new album will be out in the next few months listen the full thing after the jump awesome, joyful, lush Please Call This Love. EP (Vol. 3) by The Huge
Artist: thehuge Title: The Huge - Please Call This Love (Vol. 3) - 02 Sunrise File Name: SoundCloud Genre: easy
First off we must give out a HUGE congratulations to our friends in Blondfire for signing with Warner Bros. this past weekend. Let’s just say, we called a major label signing for these guys months ago. In celebration of this brilliant news, the band has come out with a new single called “Waves”. While this is no giant electro-pop phenom such as “Where the Wild Are”, this track gets to show off the more intellectual side of the group, taking them right to the rocky shores of life. Erica Driscoll sounds beautiful and [...]
Simon Iddol - WAVES + HEAT + EDITS (summer 2012 mix) [ mp3 SoundCloud] 01 Modern Talking - Brother Louie (Simon Iddol nudisko redub) 02 Drop Out Orchestra - It Will Never Be The Same (Moullinex remix) 03 Richard Richard - Toro (Populette’s Rok One Tribute mix) 04 Munk & Peaches - You Can’t Run Away From My Love (Classixx remix) 05 Van She - Jamaica (Plastic Plates remix) 07 Disclosure - Lividup 08 Deep88 ft The Huge - Sing It Back (Moloko cover) 09 Poolside - Only [...]
as we told you last month, this summer is amazing musicwise we are still ravin' and RAWKIN' cos there are so many good tunes out there let's see the best ones first the official TOP 10 followed by the individual charts of the APC Family members #01 Snoop Lion – La La La [ link ] the surprise of the month (year?) it might be a hack but we digg it #02 Poolside – Pacific Standard Time [ link [...]
Leed’s Cave birds just released their 2nd single, “In Love From Afar”, and it is simply massive. Supplying gigantic vocals over a suave background, the track is quite dramatic and enthralling. While the main main behind this project is Tom Cavebird, the act has gotten up to 14 members in thei limited quantity of live performances so far. There is no doubt in my mind that this band his high expecation to get far, and if they keep making tracks as powerful as this, they’ll achieve that in no time.
An interesting track from and up and coming DJ hailing from across the pond. Currently going to American University and coming out with some fresh tracks and getting some notoriety for mixing lots of genres of music into awesome tunes. Listen and download off the soundcloud below and prepare to lose your Face.... I mean... Race...
So we got to preview the first 3 remixes of the Syndicate theme done by Flux Pavillion, Skrillex, and Digitalism . Well now we get one from another huge name in dubstep and electronic music, the London based duo Nero. The take the song and give a massive bass filled reworking. It's hard to say which is my favorite, but it might be the Skrillex one . It might be cool for some DJ to do a mashup or mix with all of them. Turn up the bass, enjoy! Nero - Syndicate Theme (Nero [...]
Artist: Nero Title: Syndicate Theme (Nero Remix) Link Text: Nero - Syndicate Theme (Nero Remix) File Name: Nero-Syndicate-Theme-Nero-Remi x.mp3 Genre: Dubstep Year: 2012
This song almost hits too hard. One of the craziest, hardest hitting dubstep remixes I have heard in a long time. Give it a listen and tell me what you think.
The Huge is the singer of one of our fave songs in 2011 he just released a brilliant balearic cover of the R.E.M. classic as he says: - it's not house music... is just Music... we did the video past august and then ready to release it... no idea of R.E.M. would have closed the band... this of this as a tribute, the original is MASSIVE and can't be replicated - The Huge version of Losing My Religion is out now on ZOMAPOP
John Crowell was one of many that took in the entire MPMF weekend, here are some of his thoughts and photos from Friday and Saturday... The biggest complaint I’ve heard from people attending MidPoint Music Festival this year is actually one of the most encouraging things about it: the festival was packed. Shows were crammed with people, causing many venues to reach capacity night after night. Outside the venues, too, streets were filled with concert-goers. They weren’t there for the free Busken donuts, [...]
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