The newest release on Skrillex’s dominating label project OWSLA features the massive production of Dream’s This Isn’t House Music EP. The original mix is anthemic and has already landed support from big guns Noisia, Magnetic Man, and even Skrilly himself. The full EP also features huge remixes from Topher Jones, LoBounce, and GDD pal Flinch, taking you on 4 rides of serious bass. Check out the original and remixes after the jump, and support OWSLA on Beatport!
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Our good friends from San Francisco, The M Machine, have just released the first half of their debut album today on Skrillex‘s OWSLA imprint, and as always with this terrific trio, we’re impressed. The M Machine take influence from Deep, Dark Electro and Dubstep and pair it with Indie sensibilities, creating an extremely unique and refreshing sound. In that vein, not only do Ben, Eric, and Andy produce a thumping dancefloor vibe with tracks like ‘Immigrants’ and ‘Shadow In The Rose Garden,’ but they touch on a more vocal-driven style with ‘Faces’ and ‘A King Alone.’ Needless to say, after hearing these first 6 tracks I can’t wait until Metropolis Pt. II is unveiled. Stream all 6 tracks of Pt. I after the jump. √+ Continue Reading
We’ve watched the 3 guys of The M Machine grow and progress over the past 3 years from their humble beginnings as Pance Party. Each year, they’ve acquired more talent and produced better music, so obviously we were happy to hear when Ben, Eric, and Andy signed the massive deal with Skrillex‘s OWSLA imprint. Today, the music video for their single ‘Glow’ was released, and it’s artistry and direction is impeccable. According to The M Machine, “The video showcases one life in the city of Metropolis. ‘Glow’ is the story of finding yourself in a deeply unsettling place and breaking free.”
Over the past year, Porter Robinson has grown to be synonymous with the word “prodigy” and he has become a sort of phenomenon in the electronic music community. Known for his hard electro-house, Porter has skyrocketed in popularity and I believe it’s only a matter of time before he is ranked as one of the world’s Top 100 DJ’s. It’s interesting to see how technology plays such a large role in the music industry today with the ease of production that allows younger artists to make professional music, and also as a promotional tool with social media, music blogs, and simply, the virtual inter-connectedness that we share and we are able to take advantage of. Anyway, Porter‘s debut release, the Spitfire EP, will be dropping this Tuesday the 13th on Skrillex’s new label, OWSLA. As if the lines of genres weren’t getting blurred enough already, you can expect a creative mix of dubstep, electro-house, progressive house, and even some moombahton, all packed into individual tracks. The release also includes heavy remixes from Knife Party, Mikkas, Downlink, SkisM, and Kill The Noise. Go stream it exclusively on Grooveshark (see link below) and be sure to purchase it Tuesday on Beatport! Check here to see if Porter will be coming to your town this Fall on Tiësto’s College Invasion tour.