Valentino Khan, trap lord and former owner the most famous fu manchu in music, is the first out of the gates in OWSLA’s takeover of Boomrat. Huge remixes for Skrillex and Dillon Francis, a collaboration with Diplo, and a wildly successful “In Khan We Trust” EP have skyrocketed his career over the past year, and he’s far from finished. He’s graciously offered up the personalized playlist below, featuring some of his most essential jams. Enjoy, and get ready for a booming week from OWSLA and Boomrat.
Big room young guns MAKJ and M35 have finally gotten the remix they deserve, as LA friend and familiar Whiiite has flipped them the #Future1Hundred treatment on their latest single “Revolution”. The original anthemic buildups and screams from the 909 synth are all Whiiite needed to cut it up and create a version more suited for the hustle. Coming off a massive Halloween bootleg packet and remixes for YG, Drake and Moguai – the man with the black hat proves no festival anthem is safe. Grab it below for FREE!
After setting the internet ablaze last week with his New Slaves Routine, Craze is back with a new track called ‘Bow Down’ that features the Dade County legend, Trick Daddy. While his talent on the decks is indisputable, his foray into the production world is now well solidified with this tune. There’s a palpable level of anger in both the routine and track, and it’s clear that the DMC champion is making strides to educate a generation of dance music fans that there’s more to DJing than just pressing a button and dancing around stage like an idiot. Look for this track to drop soon on his label, Slow Roast Records.
From the depths of Los Angeles, the versatile #Future1Hundred DJ/producer Whiiite has taken the holiday spirit by storm with his annual Whiiite Presents Halloween bootleg pack. The bundle features hard hitting remix twists on classic Halloween theme songs, crossing genres from Dubstep, Trap, Electro, Downtempo, Melbourne, Bassline and more. This years class brings you the likes of Whiiite & ETC!ETC!, Peacetreaty, Kennedy Jones, Victor Niglio, Vaski, James Egbert, JAUZ, Sullivan King, and DotCom. Best part of all, their all for FREE download – so pull out those candy bags and get to grabbing!
Whiiite & ETC!ETC! – Feed my Frankenstein
Jauz – Jaws Theme
Dotcom – Halloween Theme
James Egbert – Thriller
Victor Niglio – Ghostbusters
PeaceTreaty – Put a Spell on You
Sullivan King – The Exorcist Theme
Vaski – The Walking Dead
¡BONUS! Kennedy Jones – Monster Mash DOWNLOAD
The #Future1Hundred regime rolls on with another game-changer from Whiiite – this time taking on DJ Mustard, YG & Drake’s chart-topping hood anthem “Who Do You Love”. The original’s eerie piano keys keeps this one to the streets, but Whiiite’s future sound it to a whole new level with a howling drop and massive low end. Grab it below for FREE, and be on the lookout for more from the #Future1Hundred movement!
The LA jack of all trades Whiiite revamped Moguai’s original ACIIID into his newly established Future1Hundred treatment, a forward thinking fusion of trap, hip-hop and house. This one takes you into the opening scene of Blade as if you we’re actually there for the party (and not to be massacred). He’s given this one out for FREE to his fans, so grab it below and get the aciiid flowin…
Over the last few years, The Weeknd has captivated that hearts of millions of teenage girls and music snobs alike with his crooning voice and bedroom rhymes. Upcoming producer Ape Drums takes this track out of the bedroom and straight into the club with some tasty 808s and extremely catchy vocal chops before launching into the stratosphere with screaming leads and a cheeky rave siren. Catch the free download below.
Just over a week ago LA-massive Mad Decent dropped a five-flush remix pack of Elliphant‘s “Only Getting Younger feat. Skrillex” on their Soundcloud and like some of the best things in life that shit is free.99! Predictably all of the tracks are heavy hitters, ranging from big-room horn-heavy bounce vibes from TJR and Brazzabelle to the moombahton-tempo squaks of the Milo & Otis remix, to the sped-up DnB halftime version from DJ Vice & Justyle, to my personal favorite sort of experimental melodic trap/beats version from NGTMRE and Imanos. Regardless of what your style or taste is, this is a classic encompassing Mad Decent Party Pack that not only showcases a festival-ready range of styles but also a great look at some of LA’s biggest and baddest upcoming talents.
You can preview the whole pack below and download them over on the Mad Decent Soundcloud.
The Parisian duo known as ALESIA has broken through with their genre-defying style of dance music, and the world is has taken notice. With releases on OWSLA, Mad Decent, and more, ALESIA is also being recognized by well-respected tastemakers in the scene, while keeping their music fresh and forward-thinking. In their fantastic guest mix, which they’ve dubbed “I Call My Brother ‘Moon’ Cause He Shine Like One,” they offer a broad spectrum of styles and rhythms made cohesive with their harder, high energy vibe that will keep you on the edge of your seat – or off of it, for that matter. Enjoy the mix below and stay tuned for ALESIA‘s sophomore EP on OWSLA this Summer.
The SLO-based duo TastyTreat jump back in the limelight with their new original ‘Nobody Else’ – a melodic bass driven jam that gives off spacey waves and so many feels. If you don’t know what that means then let’s just say fans of Flume, Wave Racer and Cashmere Cat will be ALL OVER THIS. Grab it below for FREE and support these young guns!