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Chainsmokers-Ultra

Editorial: You Were Born to Write Songs, Not Twist Knobs

*Photo: The Chainsmokers at Ultra Music Festival Note from the Author: Hey TrapStyle fam. I’m Sky Stack, founder and content creator over at Pariah Reign. I’ll be sharing my ideas with you on TrapStyle’s site from time to time. This article is written for a very specific type of producer. This is written for a producer who wants to go mainstream, and is questioning where to put focus. This article by no means diminishes the role of engineering in making good music. It’s massively important for songs to sound great. However, engineering tracks yourself should only be a focus after more »

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AutoErotique – Streets (EXSSV Remix) [PREMIERE]

Christian Colon aka EXSSV is the realest bass star coming out of New York. From his debut banger “Starstruck” to today’s premiere remix, the level of hype around EXSSV is not nearly enough. Remixing AutoErotique’s bass house tune “Streets”, which is almost reminiscent of old school fidget house, into the growling dubstep banger we have below gives us a taste of his darker side. With almost trance-like synths and jungle-style vocals, EXSSV grabs your attention almost immediately from the get-go. Wait for it and with the almighty drop he wreaks havoc with monsterous synths and infectious percussion hits. Keeping the more »

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Technique Recordings Takes Over Avalon 8/26/16

Avalon’s Control Fridays are known to be the wildest and gnarliest parties in Hollywood where you will find a multitude of killer artists and party-ready fans. This week’s installment brings Drumsound & Bassline Smith accompanied by Tantrum Desire. Both are world-class drum and bass OGs with 15+ years in the music circuit. Joining D&BS and Tantrum Desire will be Youngman, Kronology and Scooba giving us a full Technique lineup. To get us stoked on tomorrow’s party, Drumsound & Bassline Smith cobbled together a 10 track playlist off of Technique Recordings which your sure to hear at the event. Technique Recordings more »

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Star Wars - Imperial March (Apashe Remix)

Apashe Treats Fans With New Music + Tour

The force just keeps getting stronger with Apashe. The Montreal-based Belgian recently released a free download. Not just any free download, though! A cheeky rework of the Star Wars Imperial March, this has been drawing clubs, arenas and festivals to the dark side for 18 months. A true sonic weapon and the opener for Apashe’s live shows, this has been requested by thousands of fans since the bass music supremo first unveiled its destructive powers. With the announcement of his debut album ‘Copter Boy‘ coming out on September 30th via Kannibalen, The bass music assailant revealed his is going on tour to more »

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Steven Wright – Fresh [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Steven Wright gives us an extremely versatile trap track. ‘Fresh’ is as fresh as they come, with such amazing sound design this tune can not simply be ignored. The overall track moves at a very fast pace yet the drop has us slowing down time. Putting our brains in a frenzy, the array of growls and basslines have done nothing but amaze us. The production quality is as clean as it gets, very well produced track. Here at Trapstyle, we love to push new talent and with this tune, Steven Wright is definitely one we should all be keeping an more »

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Lafa Taylor and Aabo Drop “Turn My Music Up”

We love coming across booty shaking tracks just as much as heavy dubstep or melodic future bass. Lafa Taylor teamed up with bay-area native Aabo to put out a funk machine tune that will have your hips swaying to the beat entitled “Turn My Music Up”. This song is their debut piece off their collaborative project, FEEL, which was accompanied with a hilarious music video. “Turn My Music Up” is a groovy and quirky ride through the murky bass of deep house and stylistic lyrics of hip hop. With atmospheric synths, wobbly basslines and Lafa’s vocals cruising along, it’s easy more »

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