jah…i’ll be honest, little clue what you’re saying

October 29th, 2012 (11:52 EST) · leave a comment! · permalink
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♬ Major Lazer – Jah No Partial (feat. Flux Pavilion) or $

Disregarding my past reservations for Major Lazer, I threw myself into this new one… and loved it! A feeling of part M.I.A., part Skrillex, part I-don’t-know-what, it feels dang good. This, and the recently-dropped Hot Chip reproduction of “Look At Where We Are” (a kinda painfully slow original) with another fave, Junior Blender, and I’m a new convert.

★ Hot Chip – Look At Where We Are (Major Lazer vs. Junior Blender remix)

trap-splosive [updated]

October 20th, 2012 (21:13 EST) · leave a comment! · permalink
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The way the new, sleepy backbeats of trap music fuse with high-charged, intense songs as such a perfect-fitting backbone is…nothing short of remarkable. Songs played to death (I’m thinking Levels) are reinvented into epic lounge backdrop; you’re guaranteed to find yourself starting to nod along the second these beautiful, beautiful reworks pop on. Though I hate to do so, the first song I’m posting is a radio rip; can’t all be as lucky as miss Annie Mac over on the BBC… But also check out the Flux and La Roux to follow, and you’ll really get knocked off your feet…

★ Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing (Diplo & Grandtheft Trapstyle Remix)
♬ Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop (Sleepy Tom Remix)
★ La Roux – In For The Kill (DJ Slinks Get Trappy Remix)

miami ’12 — ultra and wmc’s BEST ACTS [updated]

April 3rd, 2012 (23:29 EST) · leave a comment! · permalink
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Oh how far they’ve come from the simple festival thrown in ’99 for a few chance techno fans… After all the days of skimpy bathing suits and hot sun, ridiculous beach and rooftop parties, and the most outrageous of outfits to be seen, the fourteenth annual Ultra Music Festival has officially come and gone. Thousands of artists, bloggers, reps, and hundreds of thousands of fans flocked to bayfront Miami to bump up the noise, with over 400 parties, events, seminars, and workshops throughout the Winter Music Conference week.

NOW PRESENTING
Sync Harder’s Official Picks from Miami’s WMC & Ultra Fest 2012!
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