Already at #3 on Beatport, the massive club weapon “Lawnmower” from Aryay is out today on iTunes and everywhere else fine MP3s are sold!
“Placing a beastly baseline, punchy electro synths, and revamping the drops has brought new life into the original while showcasing a different side from Silverback.”
-THIS SONG IS SICK
Seriously huge remix – stream Silverback‘s take on “Get Down Low” by TC over on This Song Is Sick
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YUNG DURANTE coming in hot with those #FridayMorningFeels Slow Burn #FMF
NEW JACK Ü ON ITUNES. Perfect for the Thursday night bounce and guaranteed to get the club goin up on Tuesday.
The official video for Make Some Noise by Valentino Khan is out tomorrow. Trust us, you’re not gonna wanna miss this one
“The track highlights Tkay Maidza spitting fresh rhymes over MUST DIE’s warbling loops and drums tied together with click-track-y claps. Adding various effects that go from sparse to cohesive to resinous by the song’s end, Must Die! imprints big anticipation for an exciting album to follow.”
Pre-order Death & Magic and get “Hellcat” and “Gem Shards” FREE
DJs grab your copy of The Lawnmower by Aryay on Beatport starting today and keep your eyes on the young kid from Chicago
“Giant builds, mammoth drops and piercing noises so sharp that they’ll draw blood. Check it.” – Mixmag
WORLD PREMIERE: MUST DIE – Gem Shards
Pre-order the Death & Magic LP and get “Hellcat” and Gem Shards” FREE
This Galantis vs. Alex Metric remix of Heart Weighs A Ton feels like jumping in a bounce house in outer space with all of your best friends.
Look out for the Heart Weighs A Ton remixes on Oct 12
DJs don’t forget to grab the new Kill Paris remixes on Beatport – Thanks to everyone who has helped make us #14 on the Glitch-Hop chart so far !
MUST DIE Death & Magic tour tix
“I’ve always said my aim is to translate the element of surprise in my music. It’s important I surprise myself musically, too…” – MUST DIE
Can’t wait for MUST DIE‘s debut album on OWSLA Sept 30th? Neither can we. Hold yourself over by reading up on MUST DIE‘s inspiration behind the album and more over on UKF