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Justice Gives You Pleasure With A Risque Video Of Their Latest Single

Justice has been a strong inspiration to the electronic music scene since they released their Cross album in mid-2007. Ultimately sparking the Blog House phenomenon which birthed many eccentric artists such including The Bloody Beetroots, Crookers, MSTRKFT, and more. Justice’s live performances have been hailed as some of the most exciting and creative of our time. Their latest incarnation dubbed “The Church” features groundbreaking production, animated LEDs, alongside an all-encompassing visual experience. Combing old material we love while introducing us to new instant classics. Justice proves their legend status by providing an allusive live show unique to them that is the more »

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Stalker Delivers High Energy Trap Single Entitled Paper Chase

Stalker

Stalker is a fresh face in an uproar of amazing producers coming out of Australia at the moment, I’m not sure if it’s all that Vegemite they are eating down there, but it’s very exciting. Hot off a collaboration with Bad Rapper entitled “Throw Them,” he showcases a new sound he coined as “Voc Boiz” in this new single.  He most certainly delivers with “Paper Chase.” The vocals instantly hooked me in, equally sporting a catchy essential to a popular track. Perfectly builds itself up into a fresh trap drop, with sharp bass sounds and unique synths. It collectively comes together showcasing more »

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EXSSV Delivers Spectacular Single Via Dim Mak Records

Hot off a rowdy remix for Krewella, EXSSV delivers an amazing single via Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label. Never Say Goodbye is a hybrid-trap monster featuring duo Pixel Terror. This collaboration delivers a unique spark on this spectacular single. This new york native has recently signed with the Dim Mak imprint, and has been working closely with them in recent months. Delivering a steady barrage of remix and singles through Steve Aoki’s monumental label. In Never Say Goodbye, he showcases the next step in his already diverse catalog. Dreamy vocals introduce this piece, complimenting itself with soft synths and grand more »

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