On March 26th, the long wait for Skizzy Mars’ Phases mixtape will finally be over, and last night, the New York rapper inched closer to the release by dropping the tape’s intro track, “15.” If you’re currently riding high on the EDM bandwagon, you’re going to instantly love the escalating production from Fareoh, which grows and grows until eventually turning into a light house anthem at the very end.
Hear the album’s first single, “The Come Down,” here, and expect big things from Phases when it drops 3.26.2013.
Skizzy Mars – 15 (Intro)
Ta-ku has delivered the “Suit & Tie” remix we’ve all been waiting for. Leaving both the Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z vocals completely intact, his smooth rewiring of the instrumental is arguably a better fit than the original, and makes for easily the most enjoyable remix out right now. You’re going to have this on repeat for days.
Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie (Ta-ku Remix)
The Chainsmokers are on a roll, and with their new remix of Little Daylight’s “Overdose,” the duo makes it three for three in terms of converting indie hits to addictive dance anthems. This track, like their remixes of Jónsi and Two Door Cinema Club, finds the ideal medium between what you loved in the original song and their feel-good brand of electronic dance music. If you enjoyed what came before it, you’ll have no problems finding a home for The Chainsmoker’s “Overdose” remix.
On the heels of their outstanding Personal Legend EP, live electronic trio Savoy are back with a new release on Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings. Fast-paced and energetic, “I Dare You” features the Heather Bright-fronted Bright Lights, a combination that’s worked in the past and definitely continues to work here. I dare you to check it out below.
Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience has made its way online shortly after the album went up for stream in iTunes, and thanks to the dudes over at FistInTheAir, you can give the tracked out version a spin below. Whether you Google for the download link or buy it on iTunes (the album is out March 19th), I’d recommend throwing “Don’t Hold The Wall” on infinite repeat (“Tunnel Vision” and “Spaceship Coupe” are also great options).
Well? How do you like it? You shouldn’t have to ask me that question.
Following his takeover of Saturday Night Live over the weekend, Justin Timberlake has answered our prayers and made his new album, The 20/20 Experience, available to stream in its entirety ahead of its March 19th release.