Skrillex – Summit (feat. Ellie Goulding) [Video by Pilerats]
‘Summit’ was my favorite song off of Skrillex’s Bangarang EP, so the release of the music video was exciting. If you’ve never heard the song, it’s not your typical hard, wobbly, gritty Skrillex, but takes a much more mellow route, with the vocals of Ellie Goulding. It was also the main song used in the Skrillex-themed RPG entitled ‘Skrillex Quest’, an 8-bit game inspired by Zelda.
What do you think of this style of producing for Skrillex?
This is one of the times I show you a music video more for the video than the music. I’m not a huge fan of the track, but the video is definitely impressive, and sets itself apart from most music videos we see today. Can you name which famous Dubstep producers we see in the animated world?
Have you fed the Dada yet? I really suggest you feed the Dada.
If you follow Dada Life on their social networks you’ll see that when they made the track, they claimed that ‘Feed The Dada will have the biggest drop ever”. And they were right. If you’re looking for more heavy drops, check out the Dyro remix and the Dice Motion remix which you can see if you ‘Continue Reading’.
“Something different” is what Madeon said.
Madeon shows us what he is truly capable of: here, he strays from his usual disco influenced house sound, to Drumstep, offering a heavy, head-banging track, all while conserving his dreamy synth lines.
I think this is definitely another amazing track from Madeon, who’s talent I still can’t wrap my head around!
I can’t wait for this track to come out, but do you like this new style of track?
And while we’re talking about Madeon, check out this rendition by the musicians at Studio Ferber (who’s names you can see in the video description), available for Free Download !
Martin Solveig – The Night Out (Live at Studio Ferber)
All the sounds you’re hearing were made by the guy in the video. No instruments, no computer generated noises, just his voice and noises he makes edited into the song. I think it’s pretty impressive. What do you think? For more of his stuff, check out his YouTube channel, AaronicStuff.