Monday, May 28, 2012

Knife Party - Rage Valley EP

Good news for people who like good news:  Knife Party released their long-anticipated "Rage Valley EP" today, containing the monster tracks Centipede, Bonfire, Sleaze, and of course Rage Valley.  These tracks have been popping up in their sets for months, and after seeing them performed live in March at Hard New York I've been chomping at the bit to get high quality versions.  After one time listening through the whole EP I think it's fair to say that its a step up from their last release, 100% No Modern Talking.  The sound is generally a bit cleaner and slightly more varied, while also being more honed without sacrificing any of the seizure-inducing hysteria the duo have become known for.  I've provided links to all four tracks below, hopefully they stay up for download and don't get popped by the label copyright Nazis patrolling the internet.  Enjoy.

Happy raging,

- Thieves


Saturday, May 26, 2012

Saturday Mish-Mash

Humans, I have jumble of epic tracks for you this Saturday. I highly recommend that you download them all. Cheers. 

True Emotion (Original Vocal) - Hard Rock Sofa
A classic big-room track recently featured on SVD Identity 130.

Another great one off Pryda's recent album Eric Prydz Presents Pryda. The whole album is unreal. 

Most certainly the strangest track of the bunch. A true journey down the rabbit hole. Andrew Bayer, one of my favorite Anjunabeats' artists, has been playing it recently. 

- Shake

Friday, May 25, 2012


Allein - Pryda

Friday, May 18, 2012

Slaptop at EDC!

Hey Humans,

I have entered into a competition to play a set at EDC Las Vegas. This would be a dream come true for me and a great way to jump-start my career as a producer. This mix, unlike some of my previous ones, is highly personal and represents a sort of unique style that I am drawn to as both a fan and a producer. please give it a listen and let me know what you think. With a little luck and a lot of listens, I'll see you at EDC.

Thanks For Your Support,


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

For Fun

I've been posting a lot lately, pretty much just the songs that I've been playing on repeat on a given day. I see no reason to deviate from the trend. Here are the ones that I've been looping today/last night. A couple of them are kind of old, but that's okay: they've aged well.


P.S. For those of you looking for something to do with two hours of your life, I'd recommend sitting down with this guy. Myon & Shane 54 tear it up. There are some really cool songs and mashups, definitely worth checking out.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Monday Mash

Mashups have a tendency to be really hit or miss. These guys are all great though. They'll help get your week off to a good start.

This is a replication of a mashup of Armin van Buuren's. Caught my ear as I was leaving Electric Zoo last summer. It was one of the last songs in Armin's set.

This one's also a replication of one of Dash Berlin's mashups. I first heard this on his TATW guest mix and it just blew me away.


Thursday, May 10, 2012

This Too Shall Pass

For those of you still struggling through finals, here are a couple of beauties to help you relax. Summer will be here soon enough.

Record of the week last week on Trance Around the World. (It's awesome!)


Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Dads On Display

Dads On Display call their music ghetto funk. If you like what you hear, check them out on Facebook. All three of these tracks have a slightly different flavor of robotic electro-funk. Can you fucks with it?



An epic track by Dutch producer Ralvero, released on Bingo Players' Hysteria label. Cheers.

- Shake 


Don't know exactly what I think about it. But it's been getting a lot of attention and deserves a listen.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Language Tour

Porter Robinson, Mat Zo, and the M Machine, three of our favorites, have announced that they will be the touring the US this summer. This is NOT, I repeat is NOT, a show to miss. Three of the most talented in the EDM game. I am saying that to say this: Make time to go. You will not be disappointed. Here is the link for tickets:

Changing gears, here are a couple of tracks for your Monday. Cheers. 

Power trance at its finest. 

- Shake 

Sunday, May 6, 2012


Hey There Humans,

I have a new song for you all. Hope you like it.



Friday, May 4, 2012

Mike Shiver

I'm going to break my week-long silence with some trancy trance from Mike Shiver. Like all Swedes, he's a really talented producer. All of this is easy on the ears (you can study to it). Enjoy.

This was a song with great vocals, in desperate need of a good remix. It got one.


Hood Rich

Coming out of hiding to introduce you to this song. Justin Martin is part of the Dirtybird Records crew out  in San Francisco. This song is playful, funky and represents a genre that is rarely featured on Fuck Yeah Humans

Hood Rich - Justin Martin



Thursday, May 3, 2012

Devil's Work

I must admit, I did not initially understand the hype surrounding the Devil's Work remix by Dirty South. It has been a Beatport number one for a hot minute, so today I finally gave it a full listen. It was good enough to merit a second listen. Then a third. And then it finally clicked. I have had it on repeat ever since. Listen to it on decent speakers or headphones for the full effect. And even if you don't fall in love with it the first time, don't worry. It gets better with time.

I know it's not Monday, but I have some mainstream remix action for you. It can be argued that Nicky Romero's sound is starting to get a bit repetitive. Nevertheless, I am a fan of this track and it is definitely worth a listen. 


- Shake