Archive | November, 2010

Indubitably Dubstep Vol. III

28 Nov

Another week has passed, mother nature is turning into the cold bitch she normally becomes, the sun basically calls it quits at like 2pm and school decides to shove its fist just a little deeper up our asses….singing ‘It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ seems a tad ironic, doesn’t it? At least this week you can count on some really fucking great tunes to take your mind off of Hell freezing over.



Doesn’t it seem like Bassnectar always finds his way onto this site? Is it pointless to keep posting new tracks of his every other day? Shouldn’t I just wait for a bunch of new tracks to get released then put them all on one huge Bassnectar post? Shouldn’t everyone who agrees with me find a tall building and jump off it head first?



I don’t think you need psychic powers to realize that 2011 will be the year of Nero. Set to release their first dubstep album early next year, Nero has been going on a tear recently seeing their songs skyrocket to the top of HypeMachine, and Beatport, and also had one of the best mix’s of the year on BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix early November. Their remix of Calvin Harris’ gemstone ‘You Used to Hold Me’ isn’t a super heavy song, but in laying off on the epic beat drops, they created a non-stop dancer from start to finish.



K, so if you are guys are looking at this and going, “Who the fuck is Sekklow???” you’re not alone. Before hearing this song I probably would’ve told you Sekklow is some sort of European-brand prophylactic. Well I would’ve been half right at least; Sekklow is a Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Electronica DJ hailing from London, UK. He is basically a very low profile DJ (his Myspace page has a bit over 20000 views and around 170 friends) with tons of talent. If his resume consisted of this song only, I would hire him for any job available, regardless of its affiliation with music. I hope to hear more from this unheralded beast very very soon.


Doctor P

Another Dubstepper from the UK, albeit much more famous than Sekklow, Doctor P remains one of the premier DJ’s who have really yet to disappoint on basically everything he’s done. He has lend his hand to so many different DJ’s, and in 2009 he and good friend Flux Pavilion created Circus Records, signing major DJ’s like Cookie Monsta and Brown & Gammon. This song sounds like a video game freezing, then subsequently exploding in 8-bit harmony. Remember to always blow the bottom of the game before jammin it in!



I am so excited for all of you to listen to this next track. Prime somehow snuck into my dreams Inception style, killed some evil dream dudes and stole one of my ultimate dreams and made it into a reality. I probably wouldn’t be exaggerating when I say that at some point in time everyone was singing this song. It was so geniously catchy and obscene that I’m pretty sure my elementary school banned people from singing that song on school property. But don’t feel bad, my school tried to ban Halloween too. Assholes. Time for some revenge.

Extra Childhood-Memory Redub!


Glass Animals

I don’t know much on Glass Animals (this was the only pic I could find….I don’t even know whats going on up there) all I know is he/she/they/it can make one hell of a sick dubstep track. The beatdrop uses some serious synth and bass, and the vocal effects lend a eerie kind of tone throughout the entire song. Definitely a must-grab.


At Dawn We Rage

I love getting new remixes of Deadmua5. Whether its dubstep, trance, DnB, Deadmau5 just seems to create ideal music for genre-bending. I think this is where electro music is heading, to a more unified, genre-less domain led by the likes of Deadmau5, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, etc. One half of At Dawn We Rage is DJ-producer LightsoverLA, so you know you can expect big things from this track. Oh btw, Mau5 man himself will be coming to Toronto for Boxing Day. Make sure to get your ass out of Wal-Mart and into a serious party.

Signed Sincerely, Dr. Robotnix

Daft Punk’s Triumphant Return

26 Nov

In one week and 4 days, the world will be witnessing the long-awaited revival of Daft Punk; the modern day electro equivalent of The Beatles. Not since their 2005 release of Human After All have we been able to get excited for a new album. But not only does this sound like its turning out to be their most epic album to date, it is being used for the soundtrack of TRON!!!!!! (my bet to win movie of the year). If you haven’t seen the original, and base your complete prior knowledge of TRON to the Family Guy skit, then you have to watch it ASAP. The original was so ahead of its time (maybe a little too ahead, according to some critics) and this one looks to do the same thing. The CGI looks stunning, and all of the battles and race scenes makes you wonder if they actually filmed inside the game. Oh, and Jeff Bridges plays himself in it. Twice. And one of him is a younger version. Ya, fucked up. But what makes this movie a must-see isn’t the cool graphics or a multi-dimensional Jeff Lebowski, its those two helmet-wearing French phenoms that will make you sit on the edge of your seat, with your head rocking back and forth and your mouth wide open.

Daft Punk have already released the tracklist to their TRON Legacy album, as well as a few of the songs on it. Just based on the few early releases from this album I can tell its not gonna be a ‘just for the movie’ type of listen. I highly doubt every song will be a rager, that’s just not what Daft Punk is about. They are really broadening the soundscape of this album, and it will probably be one of those listens that will give you an out-of-body experience, coupled with the intense feeling like your flying a spaceship through the universe, blowing up planets just cuz you can. Hans Zimmer has nothing on these guys.

Oh, and if dropping a huuuuge album for an unbelievable upcoming film isn’t enough good news, they are also planning a worldwide tour for 2011/2012. Expect this tour to be one of the biggest selling tours in recent history.

Below I leave you with the tracklist, as well as some of the already released songs and some massive remixes. Oh and the trailer too, just to hype up the anticipation.

Daft Punk ‘TRON: Legacy’ Soundtrack Tracklist

1. Overture
2. The Grid
3. The Son Of Flynn
4. Recognizer
5. Armory
6. Arena
7. Rinzler
8. The Game Has Changed
9. Outlands
10. Adagio For Tron
11. Nocturne
12. End Of Line
13. Derezzed
14. Fall
15. Solar Sailer
16. Rectifier
17. Disc Wars
18. C.L.U.
19. Arrival
20. Flynn Lives
21. Tron Legacy (End Titles)
22. Finale

Daft Punk – Derezzed

Daft Punk – The Game Has Changed

Daft Punk – Recognizer

Daft Punk – End of Line

Daft Punk – TRON Legacy (End Titles)

These two are by far the best remixes of ‘Derezzed’ out there currently

Daft Punk – Derezzed (Breakdown Remix)

Daft Punk – Derezzed (Tron Legacy Soundtrack – NTEIBINT Remix)


Signed Sincerely, Dr. Robotnix

The TITs Week 9

25 Nov

Dear Chestbanger enthusiasts,

Week 9 marks the first TITs segment to be picked up by our partner site, This is fantastic news as now countless more virgins will be able to experience the true tittyfucking power of the electro music we have all come to appreciate here at TWG.

Josh & I would like to deeply thank everyone who consistently checks out the TITs and our website, as we would not have been able to accomplish any sort of success without you.

In any case, as this was the first rendition of the TITs on lionsdenu, we threw as many mammorygland monsters as we could at them. So for all you die hard worstguy fans, you might notice a few tracks we have already posted. But who the fuck cares, the tracks are too good to mention only once anyways!


Chrizz Luvly

After reading up about this guy and looking for pictures to post, I can honestly say that this is the GREEEEZZZIEST fucking DJ ive never heard of. According to his bio on myspace and beatportal: Chrizz has over 100 tracks in his repertoire, should be categorized in the stratosphere of the major stars in elector house music, and I quote, “his mind explodes with creativity, he continued to work hard in search of something new, in his words: “A sound that could extract from deep down the best and purest of the soul of each one and that could make one express it with movement, dance.” From the looks of it this guy is the ultimate schween and prob jerks off to topless pictures of himself. Pretentiousness aside, this guy is a decent producer, and the tracks I have recently listened to by him are actually quite banging. Someone just needs to deflate his ego and his pecs a bit.


Benny Benassi

This song popped on in my car the other day when my Iphin was on shuffle, and I think I almost shat my pants in pure nostalgic joy. Bennny is, and will forever be, immortalized as the DJ everybody knows and wholeheartedly appreciates. What this guy did for the genre, the culture, and for peoples minds in general, is incomprehensible and he undoubtably deserves every accolade and dollar he has ever earned.


Dada Life

These two grinning gods, named Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom, make up the DJ duo known as Dada Life. In my world, they currently join the likes of Justice & Daft Punk as the only DJs I idolize for whom I have yet to see live. I dont know what the fuck is in the water in Sweden, but it seems to spawn sensational hockey players, incredibly stacked blonde chicks and absurdly creative DJs. The unique sound that these two have created is a sensational hybrid between tantalizingly high pitched tones and synths that are heavier than Rosie Odonnell’s ass cheeks and tits combined. To put it simply, if you are ever at a party and are not sure what to put on to get people rowdy, pop on some Dada FTW!


Angger Dimas

This kid looks like he just came fresh from playing mogley in the real people rendition of the Jungle Book. It somewhat scares me how fucking young some of these DJ/producers are now adays, but at the same time it keeps me sane, as it proves that not all children in the music industry need to floss with ushers pubes in order to be successful.



When you can take a an elite Deadmau5 track and transform it into what a giant robot uprising would most likely sound like, you should probably quit your day job and never leave your mixer. But im sure Oblivi0n has already figured that out by now.

Bonus Bra Size: new mau55y mau5!


Mr. Oizo & Gaspard Auge

Where do I even begin talking about these two demons of destruction. This song is the weirdest combination of obscurely timbred samples ive ever heard in my life. The intro starts off with a rolling synth line that has almost no reverberation, then it cuts into a weird xylophone-powered EKG machine sounding backbeat with an obscure ‘work out video’ sample overtop. From the 8 count, the beat drops into the most ridiculously high pitched, and least reverberated, synth jamboree ever conjured. The song has almost no bass in it and its only 2 mins long, but somehow it keeps you salivating and content. This is a true testament to the skill of the duo who have brought you such bangers as: “Tricycle Express”, “Rubber” & “Flat Beat”.


Bart B More & Harvard Bass

Victor Hugo Ramos + Bart van der Meer = HOUSE MUSIC WARLORDS



Finally girls all over the world have a respectible pop musical role model to look up to in this day in age. Robyn is a class act through and through, and one of the most amazing vocal talents that ive noticed recently. Apart from that, her vocals sound seamless overtop electro music, as wittnessed by the coutless remixes of her hit “Indestructible.” Laidback Luke’s version is a straight up clubber fucker, while A-Trak’s is extremely experimental, using violin and orchestra samples and early 80s sounding synth lines to create a fantastically unique banger.


Tim Berg (Avicii)

If you could zoom in on every person in the picture above, you would be able to see all of their Vinegar Strokes (for everyone who has no idea what I just wrote, go watch the tv show The League. You will shit your pants so bring an extra pair when you go watch). The reason is because they are witnessing a live set of the master himself, Tim Berg a.k.a Avicii. There are few things that I can rank close to the level of awesomeness of Avicii. If you are in the Toronto area for New Years Eve you must go see this man do what he does best: rip eargasmic live sets. Plus, lets face it, unless you are partying with Mike Tyson and Lebron James on the moon for New Years, you aren’t doing anything better than this.


Steve Angello

One-third of the massively huge trio Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello defines the term “boss”. His music is always at the top of some chart, be it on Beatport, HypeMachine, or my personal faves. When combined with Steve Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso, these Swedes literally form like Voltron and beat the shit out of your earholes. This track is a testament to how incredibly awesome this guy can be on his own as well.



These four strapping lasses all hail from that tiny region in Europe that is churnin’ out HUGE talent: Ze Nezerlandz. Boemklatsch really know how to put together bangin’ tracks, mixing heavy basslines, synths and all those bells and whistles that have made the Dutch reigning kings of house. Not to mention, these guys have their own record label, signing big names like Dem Slackers and Gtronic.


Porter Robinson

A massive up-and-comer on the EDM scene, this DJ has been producing for about 7 years already! But wait, “why does it look like has not but one hair on his chinny chin chin?” you may ask. Well it’s because they probably havent blossomed on this young prodigy yet. At the tender young age of 18, Porter has become a household name to many with his Beatport chart-topper, “Say My Name”. His music sounds like Wolfgang Gartner, Deadmau5 and Skrillex all climbed into a mixer and out popped this dude. Yet to make an appearance in southwestern Ontario, I am painstakingly waiting for him to grace me with his majestic music.



For everyone just getting acquainted with this madman, meet Lorin Ashton. Don’t let the picture scare you away (looks like he had a photo shoot in Alexander Graham Bell’s aborted basement), this man is as kind as he is lethal [on the turntables]. To put his music in a single genre is impossible, unless of course you were to just give him his own genre, which he probably deserves. Using such obscure samples even JDilla would be impressed, Ashton creates music that will literally take control of your body and make it do very nasty things. Disclaimer: This aint your parent’s music.

Bassnectar & Datsik – YES

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy & Dr. Robotnix

Extra Special Treats!!!

This video of rookie Blake Griffin is a metaphor to what the TITS will do to your eardrums every week. DERP!

[Unbelievable] Gorillaz Remix

23 Nov

Wow do I have a treat for you. Hugely successful altern-rock band Gorillaz have just released a live BBC Radio cover of the song ‘Crystalised’ by the up-and-coming British band, The XX. This song was one of the biggest hits off The XX’s self-titled debut album, which has garnered international success at blinding speeds. The band released their album August of 2009 and since then have been on a huge international tour, playing at some of the biggest festivals like Bonnaroo and Coachella. It is only fitting that Damon Albarn and his band of cartoon misfits would remix this song, however besides Albarn’s recognizable grisly voice, there is little proof that this is in fact a Gorillaz remake. If you are used to their funky samples and hip-hop style breakbeats, this is a nice change of pace, as the Gorillaz take a more minimalist approach to the song, using few instruments (the xylophone gives the song a nice touch) to give the song a feeling of openness. My suggestion: Grab this and a bag of weed and literally watch yourself drift into unadulterated ecstasy.


Signed Sincerely, Dr. Robotnix

Indubitably Dubstep Vol. II

22 Nov

DUBSTEPPERS REJOICE!!!! I have returned to you all with yet another installation of my favourite Dubstep songs that have been on constant repeat in my headphones for the last little while. Some of these have been circulating the web for a while now, but they will still give you the auditory equivalent of a brainfreeze, and may even rip a hole through your body and into another dimension. That’s my warning to all of you; I’ve done my part, now go get your mind blown (figuratively speaking, of course).


My oh my has the Fresh Prince created some real class acts hasn’t he? One kid is following in his father’s footsteps, making shitty ass movie remakes of classics, and the other is teaching young kids everywhere that it is cool to get whiplash. I’m definitely not a fan of the original, seeing how nails on a chalkboard never really got me off, but this version takes all the pre-pubescent poop stains out of it and turns it into something that I really wouldn’t mind whipping my hair back and forth to (considering I’m taking advice from a 10 year old).


It’s shocking that this song has managed to somehow stay fresh for so long. ‘We Speak’ has been remixed more times than Lindsay Lohan has had coke snorted out of her asshole, but the top prize would have to go to High Rankin’s wobble-tastic version. This remix is packed with what can only be described as the filthiest of the filth basslines and synth while always sustaining that original sound throughout. A must listen for any fans of the original (ummm so…pretty much everyone).


Two absolutely MONSTROUS remixes right here. The first one takes the Mau5 banger ‘FML’ and turns it into what can be the closest sounding thing to a killer robots maniacal heartbeat. The second is another excellent remix of one of 2010’s biggest hits. I remember as soon as I heard ‘Animal Rights’ I knew someone out there would have the right size cohones to create a dubstep version of an already amazing song. Dylan Sanders really makes this song dig another layer deeper into your soul, making it even harder to get out of your head. Grab both of them immediately, before you self-destruct.


Bar9 really has made a name for himself this year. Securing a spot on the top of Beatport really helped launch his career right through the stratosphere and all those other fucking spheres we got floating up there. This one has been around for a little while now, but I think it is one of the most EPIC sounding dubstep tracks out there. The vocals mixed with the heavy beatdrops will turn any atheist into a true dubstep fanatic (yes, dubstep IS a religion). Download and keep the faith, my friends.


This track has got a more laidback, chill vibe to it. Not to say that you wouldn’t be able to rock out with your cock out (anytime is the right time for that) but this one is more of a driving-in-my-low-rider-speaker-blaring-tit-exploding kind of tune.


This is what they mean when ‘you save the best for last’. One of the hardest working DJ’s in the entire world, Bassnectar is always delighting his fans with new and innovative stuff. I can honestly say that I will never ever EVER get sick of listening to this man’s music. He has yet to disappoint fans who come out and support his live sets and this is quite the feat, considering he has literally not stopped touring a single day the entire year. Seriously, go check out his recent tour dates. I am so amazed his heart hasn’t just packed up and peaced right out of his chest.


This is a download link to a live mix Bassnectar recently did for BBC Radio’s Annie Nightingale (long lost relative??). Almost 30 minutes of his top songs, mixed together beautifully with some Classic tunes everyone will recognize. (Props to Bassnectar for including the Morrison intro).

– Signed Sincerely, Dr.Robotnix

The TITS Week 8

18 Nov

Dear TITS lovers,

I would like to solemnly apologize for the tardiness on this weeks rendition of your favourite slew of breast related bangers. The mid-term and essay monsters have had a tight bind over my uvula lately, and as such I have been in-able to dish out your weekly fix on time. However, this week has also been an extremely positive one for the site, as Josh Nightingale has now been officially added as a co-writer and administrator for the site under his new alias “Dr. Robotnix” and as such, the site will now be constantly filled with an epipen’s worth of adrenalined fueled mayhem. Also, we have begun working in collaboration with a local UWO website,, and through them will hopefully be able to grow our small site into a legitimate contender in this hipster infested social media world of music blogs.

Anyhoo…..fuck the limitless potential of the site, lets get down to the nipply business at hand.

Finally someone has sampled this incredibly nostalgic song, that we all have come to use in a pun and or euphemism at some point in our lives. Luckily, Gary Caos was able to do the song justice and at a healthy 6 minutes & 34 seconds, he has birthed a beautiful banger baby. His cut in the middle of the song to the original recording is a wonderful touch.


If ecstasy and mdma had to pick a favourite DJ, it would 100% be Avicii. The man has developed the innate ability to lift his listeners so much higher than even peter pan can fathom. His use of xylophone-esque tones during his builds matched with his uncanny ability to find the most orgasmic female vocalists, allows him to pump out victory after victory in the house music charts. The other day this song came on when I was at home and it put me in such a euphoric mood that I started finger-painting pictures of rainbows and cabbage patch kids.


In my opinion this song should be sent back in time and inserted as the background track for every assembly line scene, in each Terminator movie made.


The man is unstoppable. The uniquely dutch sound we have all come to love emulates in full catastrophic effect in this new unreleased track. I dare you to listen to this song and refrain from masturbating. The overwhelming rage induced coma that Afro perpetuates through his music is fucking absurd. His signature use of high pitched tones and distorted drum cadences for builds, has become the background track to countless music lovers’ alcohol powered hysteria for some time now. Heres hoping that it never ends.


This track is not unlike anything ive heard before, but theres something unique about it I cant seem to put my dick on. Its structure is similar to that of any other acceptable electro banger, but its samples and tracks seem to be alittle unconventional. Its as if Chocolate Puma kidnapped a mariachi band off the streets of Mexico city and jammed their essence into their mixer. The song itself is decent, but that one prominent horn track has been lingering in my loins for close to two days now.


Heres another new track from that post-mortem rodent who continues to fill our ears with goodies. The best place to drop this track: DJing that crazy sweaty rave in The Matrix 2.


Never thought you would be hearing Boy George on a blog like this? Guess again, punk. True we haven’t heard much from the androgynous star since his rise to fame with Culture Club in the 1980’s, however Grammy winner Mark Ronson skillfully uses Boy George’s talents in his new track, and with Congorock on the remix, this song is sure to keep the dance floor shaking.


Ibiza giant Roger Sanchez is in the process of releasing a new album on his own record label. He also just recently did an interview for the L.A. based EDM blog Gotta Dance Dirty (I recommend you have a read through) which is sure to boost his publicity. This song will hook you immediately with its sample of a very famous B-52’s song (shouldn’t be too hard to guess which one) and a collaboration with up & coming rap stars Far East Movement. Add Sidney Samson to the remix, and you have got one hell of a song. If this was released at the beginning of the summer, it would have been an instant summer classic but now it will just have to keep us warm through the winter.

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy & Dr. Robotnix

The Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager (Album Review)

17 Nov

KiD CuDi Returns with Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager

For many youth still discovering the world, life tends to share its dark side quite often. This can be quite depressing, leaving you alone with just a dark cloud hovering over your shitstorm of a life. We long to grasp for anything that we can identify with. Guess what, Kid Cudi knows this, and has given us music that we can all relate to. His first album Man on the Moon: The End of Day, let us into the dream world of Scott Mescudi, showing us his deepest inner feelings and insecurity, while giving us an album that hits you on two different levels: A party-starting, dance-inducing insensibility and an introspective, visual-creating stupor. Based on my recollection, very few albums in recent years have been able to capture my imagination, and make me want to dance the whole time its playing, as well as The End of Day could. Cudi really made an impact on the hip-hop scene, using big name collaborations to create music nobody really expected, leaving some to just create a whole new genre for him: Trip-Hop.

With such high expectations coming into his sophomore album, not just from me, but also from basically every person with a pair of working eardrums, it was hard to properly review this album right away. Many of the songs on the album I had already listened to and made my verdict on, with some songs receiving a good rating and some just not making the cut for me. However what I didn’t consider was how the whole album would sound unabridged. Upon my first full listen, it became easily apparent early on as to where Cudi was taking us; There is a dark vibe that runs through pretty much every song in the album, whether in the instrumentals or the lyrics. This shouldn’t come as much of a shocker to most Cudi fans, as we have all witnessed a very damaging and unabashed downward spiral for the young superstar since his release of The End of Day. The good thing is this hasn’t made him change his flow, or lose his ability to deeply torment both the mind and body. Cudi masterfully raps over some of the most free-form beats ever heard on a hip-hop album, and does so without missing an offbeat. What is different about this album is the lack of club hits; this album has more of a laidback sound, making the listener sit down and immerse themselves into the ominous fantasy world of Scott Mescudi.

The lack of collaborations with other artists on the album leaves much of the time spent listening to just Cudi’s rap style and virtuosity, something that might have been lacking in the previous album. However, the artists that do appear on the album, albeit few in numbers, definitely provide that extra kick to each of their songs. The first track, “Scott Mescudi vs. The World” features ex-Gnarls Barkley vocalist and the singer of the hugely successful song “Fuck You”, Cee-Lo Green, takes over the chorus with his uniquely retro voice painted over violins and a wonderful keyboard riff that makes for a perfect opening to the album.

R&B queen Mary J. Blige lends her talents on “Don’t Play This Song”, a big middle finger from Cudi to all of the people who don’t support his lifestyle choices. Cudi’s good friend Kanye West spits a couple verses on probably the most Billboard tolerated song on the album “Erase Me”. With it’s heavily distorted rock band sound and melody, this is sure to be one of the biggest hits off the album.

A very unexpected collaboration with Cage & St. Vincent on the song “MANIAC” results in a very indie sounding tune with an intricate melody that echoes the title of the song. The track, “Marijuana” just happens to be one of the high points of the entire album using a keyboard to create a gentle lullaby, as a fusion drums and electric guitar blooms sounds only imaginable after a nice long drag from a fat blunt. The song is exactly 4:20 (with Cudi saying “aaaand 420” right at the end) and I can almost guarantee a joint is being sparked up almost every time this song is being played.

In the final chapter, Cudi leaves the listener salivating for more, due to the premature ending on “We Aite”. This song has potential to be huge and an extra minute added on the track would have been perfectly sufficient. Nevertheless there is no song that should be skipped over, as every track lends its own originality to Scott Mescudi’s story.

The Legend of Mr. Rager is another exceptional way Kid Cudi relates to a generation of voiceless youth struggling to find our identities. He bravely speaks out on the pains of life, not sticking to the guns, girls and cash staples we are all sick and tired of already. Expecting this album to be like his first is wrong; Cudi’s musical style has evolved just as he has. There may be no looking back for Cudi, but I’m sure there are no regrets. As long as he continues to put out easily identifiable music there will always be an audience to listen. If there were to be one person to be the inspiration of our voiceless generation, that voice is Cudder.

– Signed Sincerely, Ignacio

Extra Special Treats:

For a Worst Guy review of Kanye’s new album click HERE

Its some sort of Pig-Cart-Mau5!

14 Nov

Dear Mau5heads,

Here is a new mau5 related prayer for you all to worship to. This man is slowly ascending mount ibiza and will soon enter that upper echelon where such lords as Daft Punk & Justice currently reign from on high. This song is pretty much one giant build and im guessing its only a snippet from the full track that will be released on his upcoming album, but nevertheless its just another testicle salivating addition to the already orgasmic repertoire that is “4×4=12.”

All hail Joel Zimmerman.

  • Deadmau5 – Get In The Cart Pig

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

P.S. Thank you Iganacio for sending me this video that explains the name for the song!

Michael Woods

12 Nov

Dear house music Fans,

Considering the fact that I am a relativea noob in the house and deep-house music genres, I am not fully sure how many people already know of UK born producer/DJ Michael Woods, or already hold him in a high regard.

In any case, I stumbled upon his remix of “Oyster” by Moguai a couple of days ago and instantly fell in love with his sound. By drawing out his songs to exuberant lengths and building his drops from the core up, Woods takes a stranglehold over your life each time one of his tracks pops on.

Since listening to that initial track I have downloaded a slew of his work and have been just as equally impressed with each new find. His ability to remix songs outside of his genre and make them house-tastic is simply remarkable, and it makes him one of the most versatile house DJs in the market. I hope he stays true to his style and keeps pumping out tracks of this caliber for as long as possible.

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

Michael Woods TITS:

Don Diablo ft. Dragonette – Animale

9 Nov

Heres a pretty cool indie song I stumbled upon while half asleep. Dutch powerhouse Don Diablo has somehow been in the studio with canadian progressive band Dragonette, and this is their lovechild. Im not sure if im too tired to make good judgements but this song sounds dece enough in the state I am in.

Ooooo I just realized that there is a womping Datsik remix of this song. Ya definitely better than the original, but maybe its cause I am heavily wabble-biased.

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

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