Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Fire Inside

In the interest of representing all the edm genres, I have decided to share some electro-house goodies.

I saw Porter Robinson live earlier this summer this song was definitely a highlight of his set. 

Congorock takes this catchy track by Zedd and makes it, well, grimy. 

Another Porter Robinson endorsed track. Damn. 



Sunday, July 29, 2012

Doctor Beak

Some next level shit. Are we ready for it?

Doctor Beak - Siriusmo

Rantanplant - Siriusmo


Thursday, July 26, 2012

Deep House

In his post, The Ruff Stuff, Slaptop delved into the world of deep house. I hope to continue where he left off by giving you a couple tracks that have been hiding in my library for the last couple of months. 



Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Keep an eye out for UK duo Disclosure. Their new EP was released in June and they are not looking back.

What's Trappenin'? Bonus:


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Texas Forever

Our favorite Texans, Chad and Dave of Tritonal, have been having a blast this summer and their music has been reflecting it! They've been producing new tracks that have been tearing up dance floors all across the globe! So for all you Tritonians out there, here are their summer jams! Volume should definitely be heading North!

- Tank

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Far West

This weekend was a wondrous adventure. Here are some of the highlights:

Franklin's Dirty Glitch Hop Bonus:

All danced out,


Some new tunes...eh

Having recently returned from a brief stint in the land of maple syrup and limited wifi, I am going to use this post to catch all the humans up on some swanky tunes that I have recently acquired.

The name speaks for itself. In my opinion, he is one of the best producers out there. He has been featuring this song in his sets recently. Put simply, it’s ear candy.

Not post is complete without a little house. So, here is this melodic banger with a strange, yet incredibly catchy, vocal.

Reminiscent of Above & Beyond. A wonderfully uplifting trance track that’s like walking on a cloud.

I continue to be impressed with his recent productions. This track is no exception. Catchy vocal, melodic, and ravey—I cant stop listening to it.




My little brother stumbled upon this gem a couple of days ago. The notorious mau5 really outdoes himself with this beautiful intro edit.

Strobe (Piano Intro Edit) – Deadmau5

Thursday, July 19, 2012


If you haven't heard of Alesso you should have. This is his newest release called Clash. Get it while its hot.

Alesso - Clash


Tuesday, July 17, 2012


This summer has been a slow one for blog posts. We've been bouncing around, living our (nine) lives to the fullest and have hence had little time to sift through and select songs to share. That being said: here's some of the trance that I've been listening to lately. Big chords. Enjoy.

They're so hot right now.

- Tank

Monday, July 16, 2012

The Ruff Stuff

Lately I have been listening to a lot of deeper stuff, so I thought I should share some with you lovely humans. I recently attended Justin Martin's San Francisco release party for his new album and had a sensational time. Here is some deeper stuff that I think you might enjoy.

Title track for this post. Ghetto house from Dirtybird records

Com Truise is a magician of synthesis, check out his latest sonic journey

Do not miss this one

Casual Grovin'


Sunday, July 15, 2012

Some Trap Shit

Trap music is a relatively new genre born from the fusion of house and hip-hop. It is characterized by Hip Hop tempos and drum sounds with electronic synth sounds and production techniques. Here are three of my favorites. What do you think of trap music?

Devil's Work (Keys N Krates Remix) - Miike Snow

Friday, July 6, 2012

On My Way To Heaven

A couple of weeks ago, Slaptop, Thieves, and I, along with friends and family were fortunate enough to see Above & Beyond perform their second consecutive show at San Francisco's Warfield. It was the best show that I have ever seen. They opened with the above video, featuring their new song "Small Moments" and closed with the breathtaking acoustic mix of "On A Good Day Metropolis." During the in-between two and a half hours we danced, we cried, and we shared our love for the same music. My words cannot possibly do their show justice, but here are a few of the highlights:


(I uploaded these songs with gibberish for names in an effort to keep them from being taken down, so your iTunes will be a little messy. Sorry for making you rename them.)

Thursday, July 5, 2012

That Good Good

Anyone who reads this blog ought know that I hold the music of The M Machine in highest regard. However, with only about 10 songs to their name, I have had to dig deep to find you more of that dark indie house sound.

Yeah! (Blatta & Inesha Remix) - Gosteffects
I know nothing about this song, but I can't stop playing it.
Pance party is a group that no longer exists. Why? Because they began a new project about two years ago. Any guesses as to what they called it?