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The TITs Week 14

13 Jan

Dear Silicone Squeezers,

To anyone who is reading this that has a knack for over embellished assassinations, please listen up. Someone has just played me the new Britney Spears song, and it seems that she has set her fat fucking grubby hands on the neck of our beloved dubstep genre, trying to strangle it for all the mainstream money its worth. I will handsomely pay any bounty hunter who tracks Britney down and kills her in the most overtly gruesome method possible. She has gone too far this time, as desecrating a sacred genre that hasn’t even reached its peak yet is a crime deservingly punishable by death. Now that weve got that out of the way, here is your weekly breastfeeding from the nipples of awesome.

P.S. we are still in the process of giving the site a facelift. My inability to come to a conclusion of an acceptable template for the site is irritating, i know, but its a process. Unless one of you readers out there can design me a website to my incredibly bizarre specifications, the overhaul process might take a bit so bare with us!

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

(to download tracks right click the pink link & press “save link as”)


Chris Brown – Look At Me Now (Feat. Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne)(Prod. Afrojack & Diplo)

The only reason this song is fantastic is because of Busta Bust. You might as well just start the track at 1:08 mark, after chris is done “rapping.” Busta busts in and throws up a “hail breezy,” and shows us how to “keep the dice rolling when hes doin his thang”. Regardless of how retarted that sounds, Busta absolutely destroys his cypher, reminding us why he still exists in the rap game. The backbeat produced by Afrojack & Diplo is trippy and simple, and by speeding his rap tempo up to every 1/16 count, Busta sounds like hes rapping at mach 3. After two big gulps for air, a minute has gone by and Busta has officially converted the track to something impressive. Weezy’s cypher in the end is decent enough, but a version with busta bust for all 4 minutes woulda been more than derperful.


Feed Me – Grand Theft Ecstasy

Jon Gooch’s To Do List: 1) start producing ✔ 2) focus on drum and bass and change name to Spor ✔ 3) get tired of drum and bass ✔ 4) change name to Feed Me & focus on electro-house and dubstep muzik ✔ 5) produce a couple of banging tracks ✔ 6) get signed by Mau5strap label ✔ 7) make an EP ✔ 8 ) have EP rape Beatport charts ✔ 9) tour with Deadmau5 ✔ 10) make the Worst Guy’s TITs ✔


Cyberpunkers – Fuck The System (Designer Drugs Remix)

This song just made me vomit a little in my own mouth. The Cyberpunkers seem to share several commonalities with The Bloody Beetroots (also known as TheWorstGuy’s biggest mancrush). For one, they are both from Italy, wear cool-as-shit headgear (not Venom, but paintball masks) and create headbanging, mosh-worthy bangers. Designer Drugs does a great job at keeping the Beetroots-esque tone, but with their own original touch of godliness.


The Bloody Beetroots – Dimmakmmunication

After their recent concert, I have been perpetually reliving my love for the Beetroots over and over again through this track. Intolerable amounts of repetition has been the name of the game for the past 5 days, and my adoration for the boys from venice has never been stronger. This song is the definition of perfection, and I hope it brings you as much joy as it does for me. For a full review of their recent sets in Waterloo & UWO click me.


Kanye West & Jay-Z – H.A.M.

I have been in a conundrum about this song since I heard it. Its J and Kanye so its not unreasonable to expect this song to be sensational, but after I first heard it I was very disappointed. After a couple of subsequent pressings of the repeat button, the song started sounding a little better. My biggest problem is that ever since the release of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, I now snobbishly expect every Kanye track that comes out to be on the same ridiculous level of production. In that sense, this song just doesn’t measure up to its potential, but Ill let you be the judge.


Porter Robinson – The Wildcat (Lazy Rich Remix)

Porter Robinson has done quite a shitload of work over the past year or so of blowing up on to the scene. Starting with “Say My Name” he has nestled up quite a large, permanent space in my head and I doubt he’ll ever leave. The sky is the limit for this prodigy from Carolina and I am looking forward to his live skills next month in the Tdot.

Top TITs of 2010 Part II: Top 20 Electro

7 Jan

To the countless in attendance and the millions watching at home…Ladies & Gentleman…LLLLLETS GET READY TO FIST PUMP!!!

As Dylan has been quoted since he said it, “…the times they are a changing” and his words are as true today within the modern EDM scene as they were during the folk and progressive rock eras of the late 60s. 2010 saw the success of Crookers, The Bloody Beetroots, Steve Aoki & other prevalent 2009 DJs become diluted amidst the flood of international musical talent that has busted its way into iTunes libraries and local clubs from LA to Singapore. As the underground music community blossomed, thanks in large part to modern technology, the sources of incredible sounding electronic music grew exponentially, and artists became international sensations almost over night. The days of being spoon fed a handful of decent musicians by major record labels is over, and normal people everywhere have earned their right to be famous by working hard and having innovative musical talents. As Rolling Stone puts it, “DJs are the new rockstars,” and the world of live music has been forever altered from their incredible impact. Looking forward to 2011, a year that will undoubtedly be another huge leap forward for the global music industry.

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

(Remember children, to download a track just right click it and press “save link as”)



Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Animal Rights

If you are shocked that this song is number one, kindly remove yourself from my site right meowingtons. Fuck what the chinese calendar says, 2010 was the year of the Wolfmau5, not the tiger. Im pretty sure that if Deadmau5′s music was able to transmit aids, the collective global youth would be dead by now. By witnessing him play live 5 times this year, the fifth time being exactly a year from the first, I was lucky enough to witness first hand the reasons why Joel Zimmerman has a commanding strangle hold over EDM community’s nipples. His endless knowledge and passion for the tech aspects drive him to remain that much more innovative than his opposition, both in the studio and on stage.

O ya, almost forgot about Wolfgang Gartner, a man that has been producing electronic music for so long that hes beginning to mirror yoda, in both skill status and physical looks. From the day that Joey Youngman became known as Wolfgang Gartner, the music scene became forever altered. His creative patience and overwhelming studio knowledge allow him to conceive bangers that are bursting with synthetic texture and raw power. His figity sampling style has become internationally cherished, and has spawned a new genre of production standards amongst young DJs. I also had the pleasure of seeing him perform live, where his hands did not leave the knobs of his mixer for close to 3 hours.

So, weve got these two retartedly talented DJs and producers, each with their own distinct sound that is currently breaking the necks of countless music fans over the globe, how can life get better?….BY FUSING THEM! Whoever came up with the idea that these two should produce a song together is smarter than einstein. Besides how incredibly absurd the song is as a whole, my favourite part of Animal Rights is the clear distinction you can hear between the aspects of the song produced by Deadmau5 and those produced by Wolfgang. Rather than trying to brainstorm ways to complement each other, they decided to just stick to what each of them does best and put it together. The merger of Wolfgangs microsampled high tones behind Deadmau5s synth-glitched basslines are more in tune that the relationship peanut better shares with jam.

Let us all pray for a Wolfmau5 tour in the near future (alongside Justice & Daft Punk)



Afrojack – Replica

Honestly, I dont even know where to start explaining how much I love Afrojack. The fact that I cant personally thank him for all he has done to ignite my passion for electronic music, pains me every time I listen to his tracks. The signature sound that he has developed for himself is unmatched and can be easily identified within seconds of listening to it from the throbbing erections it produces. If there is one DJ that can erupt a crowd murdered with douchebags and sluts, its the afro man. It was a struggle to pick this song over all his others as the one to post, for adding the others would just fill the list with Afro and not give the rest of the world a chance. After his sets at Ultra, Bonnaroo and almost every other major festival this summer, the world became infatuated with the Dutchman and haven’t lost their zeal since. Look for this mans already incredible reputation, to elevate to a legendary status within the next few years.



Porter Robinson – Say My Name

Its amazing how musically mature Porter Robinsons has become over the course of 2010, given that fact that he just graduated high school. At the ripe age of 18, this North Carolina native has has etched his tracks into the set lists of countless DJs across the globe. He claims that his biggest influence musically is Wolfgang, and it shows. Porters tracks are always heavy hitters that are drenched in original microsamples and bass, and evoke that signature holy fuck feeling after the first decible. Say My Name became an instant anthem after its release, and sits alongside Venga, Less Go! & Im On Fire, in Porters relentless arsenal of electric doom.



Wolfgang Gartner – Illmerica (Original Mix)

From padewon at #3, we now move to jedi master at #4. The incredible evolution of Wolfgang’s music over the entire decade is a testament to the unimaginable depth of studio production skill that he possesses. Wolfgangs talents have allowed him to create some of the most explosive and high tempo’ed music that the world has ever felt, which is even more impressive considering the fact that he has only focused his attention to tech/house production in the last 3 years. When DJ mag released their top 100 DJs of 2010 list, I was shocked to find Wolfgang all the way down at #70, with DJs like Martin Solveig & Paul Oakenfeld light years a head of him in the rankings. It was really shameful to see him placed that low, considering the amount tracks he has made that have donkeypunched Beatports Top Ten charts since 2007. When Illmerica dropped on October 5th, im pretty sure a collective HOLY FUCK was simultaneously shouted and tweeted by every EDM lover on the globe. Since then, I have heard it at almost every live DJ set ive attended to this day, and can honestly say that the reaction of the crowd when it is dropped will never get old.



Fatboy Slim – Weapon Of Choice (Lazy Rich Remix)

One of my favourite up and coming artists of the year would have to be Lazy Rich. 2010 saw the forging of an alliance between Porter Robinson, Spencer & Hill and Lazy Rich; a trinity that is sure to be molesting charts and minds for the next foreseeable future. Each of these three aforementioned DJs have developed a similar montra when producing music, one that leans heavily on extensively complex builds and high energy sampling and basslines. This remix of the hugely popular Weapon of Choice, originally by Fatboy Slim, follows suit and delivers on every tasteful front. Named amongst Beatports top 10 electro tracks of the year, this banger gives the original a facelift from hell by injecting it with a syringe packed with enough awsomesawce to harm a fully grown elk.



Avicii – My Feelings for You

I find it funny that Deadmau5 played multiple times over the year in Toronto and the single Avicii show is the one to make headlines. Tim Berg has definitely come along way from mixing Commodore 64 games in his bedroom 2 years ago, as 2010 saw him working shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, John Dahlback & Tiesto. Upon the release of My Feelings for You, I think its safe to say that most people fell in love with Avicii, and it didn’t hurt that his bootleg of Seek Bromance was retarted either. As for everyone like me who new years was ruined, I have no doubt that Mr. Berg & Mr. Morrison will deliver us the redemption that we deserve.



Swedish House Mafia – One (Congorock Remix)

Im pretty sure this picture speaks much more profoundly than anything I can sum up about Congorock’s career as a DJ using words. End of story.



Martin Solveig & Dragonette – Hello (Sidney Samson Remix)

Its been a fantastic year for the Torontonian trio of Martina Sorbara, Dan Kurtz & Joel Stouffer, as their band Dragonette has garnered much acclaim over the course of the year. So much so, that they were scouted by the likes of Martin Solveig, Kaskade & Don Diablo for collaborative help, with each resulting track being just as yummy as the next. Hello, in my opinion, was THE most addictive electro song of the year and gained extreme popularity following the huge remixes that were released by Sidney Samson, Michael Woods & Dada Life. Each version of the track is unreal, but I chose to post the Sidney Samson remix as it gave me the most triumphant boner out of the 3.



Skrillex – Rock N’ Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)

Ive you have been a die hard Worst Guy follower, you must already be well versed in the overt respect and adoration that this site has for Sonny Moore. 2010 has seen Skrillex emerge into superstardom almost overnight, as he was signed to Mau5trap records, opened for Deadmau5 on his tour and conquer almost every spot on Beatports Top Ten following the release of his Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites EP. The beauty of his production style is that it cannot be defined to one singular genre label. Rock N Roll is a clusterfuck of noise, that incorporates various elements of Dubstep, Electro, Glitch and House production into 4 minutes and 44 seconds of sheer bliss.



Alex Metric vs. Steve Angello – Open Your Eyes (Original Mix)

This first time I heard this gem was a few months ago at Electric Zoo; a DJ powered music festival centered at Randall’s Island in New York. It was the first morning and I arrived at the festival completely alone. Unsure of my surroundings I decided to grab a couple of bottles of Bud light to keep me company. 10 minutes later I found myself in the middle of a mid day set powered by the international sensation Gareth Emery, a man known for his exceptionally well rounded sets. As the he dropped Open Your Eyes, I was honestly so overwhelmed with euphoria that I turned to the stranger next to me and told him that I hope this is what it sounds like when I enter heaven. He looked over at me and immediately started laughing, yelling to me that he had been thinking the exact same thing. He introduced me to his friends, who had joined him in coming up all the way from Miami, and we all proceeded to go insane for the entirety of this fantastic song, and the rest of the sets I joined them for that day. The rest of the indescribable insanity I experienced that weekend will forever be attributed to the production magic of Alex Metric & Steve Angello.



Clockwork – Airflow (Valerna Remix)

Valerna hit an absolute home run with this track. The snare line build that drives the intro of the track into the first drop is unreal, and sets the tone for the remaining 5 minutes of a track that is overflowing in energy and noise. If you are a little saucy and need a song to just fucking give’r to, this is definitely the one to blast.



Erol Alkan & Boys Noize – Lemonade

For all of you out there who have yet to see the German phenom known as Boys Noize spin live, amend this, for failure to do so will result in a major void in your life experience. To put it bluntly, Alexander Ridha is unstoppable. Since establishing his record label in 2005, Boys Noize has cemented his reputation as an elite producer and DJ in the minds of countless fans across the globe. Lemonade, a collaboration track released by him and Erol Alkan at WMC in Miami earlier this year, took the EDM world by storm. That distorted synth line became one of the most recognizable sounds of the year and has been catalyzing dance floors and festivals everywhere since its initial drop.



Dan Black feat. Kid Cudi – Symphonies (Dada Life Remix)

I dont think I will ever forget the first time I dropped this track. It was around late february of last year, and I had just started DJing at a local club in Jerusalem with a friend of mine. I had downloaded a bunch of Dada Life songs that week and hadn’t really had a chance to listen to them thoroughly enough to appreciate them yet. I was about half way through my set on a warm wednesday night when a cute girl came to the booth and requested that I play Symphonies by Dan Black & Kid Cudi. Naturally I obliged, seeing as both her and the request were a welcome change from all the fat stupid bitches that had been hollering at me to play Lady Gaga the entire night. By accident, I put on the Dada life remix and once I realized my mistake the song had already started and it was too late to switch. The crowd and I shared the same blind anticipation as the song began to build, and thankfully, as the beat dropped everyone erupted into a fit of ludicrous rage. Watching the club get showered in alcohol and limbs over the duration that this track was playing, was one of the single greatest moments of my life.



Spencer & Hill – Dub Disco (Lucky Date Remix)

I think ive already talked enough about Spencer & Hill, a production team that sits neck and neck with the likes of Porter, Skrillex, Avicii & Lazy Rich as the rookies of the year for 2010. This remix of Dub Disco by Lucky Date is obscene, and made me foam at the mouth the first time I heard it. If you ever find yourself in a situation where your in a Lambo, racing Michael Schumacher to the fountain of youth, you should prob pop this track on during the homestretch.



Chrizz Luvly – Moving Up (Original Mix)

Huge douche + fantastic music = Chrizz Luvly.



Devin Martin – Zombie Robot

In my eyes, Devin Martin is currently one of the most talented unknown artists in the EDM scene. What this guy has been able to produce from his bedroom in Orlando is simply breathtaking. Zombie Robot has the feel of a track that has been carefully collaborated by veteran production hands, as it is drenched in originality and texture. There are few producers than can properly evoke an eerie zombie feeling so well through an electro track, and have it pop and dismantle eardrums as well as it does. I cant wait to interview Devin and pick his mind, so that we can all understand what the fuck is going on in Florida that we dont know about.



Duck Sauce – Barbra Streisand (Fare Soldi Remix)

Im guessing most of you are shocked that this song was placed so low on the list. Well, the reason is simply that as big as this song got, it was not the best song of the year. Dont get me wrong, the track is unreal and Duck Sauce are incredibly talented, but the other songs the supersede this one were indeed better than this one, regardless of how much more popular Barbera Streisand is within general society. Also, I found the remixes of this track to more often than not be better than the original, with this one by Fare Soldi doing the original the most justice.



Geht’s Noch? – Body Jack (Original Mix)

Definitely the winner of The Worst Guy’s coveted, “Who The Fuck Are You & Where Did You Come From?” award for 2010. These guys are so unknown that even their name doesn’t make sense. But wow, do they ever know how to put together a sensational track. After hearing the intro the first few times it ran through my playlists I was a bit confused, and more often than not changed the song well before the first build starts to get good. Thankfully at a subsequent pre drink that followed, the song was able to be appreciated in full length, whereby everyone in the room who heard it erupted into furious, drunken wall punching fiesta.



FTampa – Who I Am (Original Mix)

Again, If you are a frequent follower of this website, you will know that I have taken a keen interest into a handfull of DJs and producers to recently emerge from Brazil. So far, the one who has mainly stolen my affection has been Felipe Tampa. I just finished up an interview with the young brazilian Electro-house producer, and will let you get to know him better when I post it later this week. For now, just listen to his track Who I Am, it will explain everything for you in sounds that are easy to understand. Look out for this kid in 2011.



Valerna – Look Ma, No Pants! (Felix Cartal Edit)

Rounding off the top twenty, we have a song that somehow captures what it would sound like if Optomus Prime went down on Megan Fox. I had never followed Felix Cartal that closely, but upon hearing this track I ran to my computer and downloaded anything and everything that had his name on it.

I Heart Brazil

22 Dec

Dear Electro Lovers,

Apparently down in Brazil there is a lot more going on than most are aware of, besides their fair share of soccer freaks and sensational pieces of ass. It seems that the DJ scene there has got some fucking hairy balls, as both of these green and yellowed DJs have some serious fucking talent. The first one to cross my cursor was Dirtyloud, which is also a surprisingly fitting adjective for the music he has birthed. If Porter Robinson sucked Sindney Sampsons dick and spat his spew into Wolfgang’s asshole, Dirtyloud would be the smelliest floater. Felipe Tampa, the second brazilian beast who has been donkeypunhcing my sanity all damn day, is a pure embodiment of what modern electro-house should sound like. He fist fucks his tracks with a perfect combination of sweeping high tones and fidget heavy basslines, like a Swedish House turkey stuffed with Afrojack and marinated in Skrillex.

If you dont believe me listen for yourself and make sure to keep some toilet paper handy

– Signed Sincerely, The Worst Guy

P.S. look out for an upcoming interview with Felipe Tampa!

Marc Adamo & Tim Healey – Move (Dirtyloud Remix)

Dirtyloud – School Of Funk (Original Mix)

Bombs Away – Big Booty Bitches (Dirtyloud Remix)




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, http://www.lionsdenu.com, 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

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