Archive for March, 2011
Haydn Hoffman is an Electro/Dubstep Producer out of the LA area.
He sent over some new remixes that have yet to be released!
So a short while back we posted up Rad Omen‘s “King of the Vampires” which was presented as the first ever mixtape between Rad Omen and the folks over at Karmaloop. Since the release there has been a lot of love for the mixtape and basically since we are all kick ass fans Rad Omen has decided to release 2 of his exclusive edits from the mixtape free of charge as well as the track listing for the entire mixtape. Check out the tracklist below and grab some free tunes while you’re at it. Don’t forget to throw Rad some love via his Facebook!
(Right click and save-as to download)
RAD OMEN – KING OF THE VAMPIRES (Mixtape)
Rad Omen – Rad Anthem
Kavinsky – Nightcall (The Girls Can Hear Us Remix)
David Guetta feat. Rihanna – Who’s That Chick (Fuck Me I’m Famous Mix)
Yo Majesty – Club Action Chris (Acapella)
Mark Okoh feat. Marty Rod – Let Me See Your Hands (Kill Paris Mix)
Swedish House Mafia – One/Your Name (Vendisco Re-Edit)
Wolfgang Gartner – Illmerica
Dirt Nasty – 1980 (Acapella)
Calvin Harris – Flashback (Million Dollar Mano Remix)
Rad Omen feat. Hollywood Holt – More Fire! (Acapella)
Calvin Harris – You Used to Hold Me (Laidback Luke Remix)
Avicii and Sebastien Drums – My Feelings for You
Rad Omen – Information Age
Big Boi – Stutterbug (Jack Beats Remix)
Rad Omen – Rad Theme (Acapella)
Duck Sauce – Barbara Streisand
Deadmau5 feat. Rob Swire – Ghosts n Stuff (Vocal Mix)
Afrojack – Replica
The ’87 Stick Up Kids feat. Amanda Blank and Micah James – Psycho Killer (Acapella)
Dada Life – Unleash the Fucking Dada
Yolanda Be Cool and D Cup – We Speak No Americano
Cee Lo Green – Fuck You
Brand New one from Torpeedoh!
Torpeedoh – Let Me Sexually Heal You (Childish Gambino x Marvin Gaye)
New free tune from Parallax! “Watching”"
MalLabel Music Presents:
REAL MAD – Come (MAL015) (CLICK HERE TO BUY “Come” Exclusively @ Addictech)
RELEASE DATE: March 22nd, 2011
Free 320 Beverly Waves Her Hand Goodbye (right click, save)
Real Mad is a brand new artist hailing from Johannesburg, South Africa. His release for San Francisco’s MalLabel Music, “Come” is an attention grabbing debut recording for the young producer that bridges the gap between the growing US dubstep scene and the emerging movement in Africa. While Real Mad just started making tracks during the summer of 2010, there is a real maturity found on this collection that belies his rookie status.
The title track “Come” starts off with a slight pop feel complete with Autotuned vocal snippets before the big bass drop reminds listeners that this is a dubstep track. It makes for an excellent balance, as Real Mad balances restraint and sheen against a tough bass line with whooshing drops. The percussion is again finally chopped setting off polyrhythms galore that make this track a solid tune worth seeking out.
“Beverly Waves Her Hand Goodbye” fuses a heavy hip-hop downbeat with head banging drumstep percussion that pounds ominously. The melodies are a tasty mix of 8 bit sounds, rave stabs, and twisted synth lines overdriven to the point of fuzziness layered in to give the track an epic feel without being overly dark. The bass wobbles and pitches in all the right places and builds to an explosive saw tooth wave breakdown that sounds like chainsaws tearing through phone books.
REAL MAD BIO:
Getting into electronic music was a natural progression for Real Mad who first started off his music career performing in local bands. He then became a well-known sound engineer and producer in his hometown of Johannesburg, South Africa. Spending many days in the studio he began exploring the world of electronic music. Testing the waters in the next style he was trying to take on he eventually found his niche in dubstep. It was natural progression for him after years of working the studio. He learned all he could about the genre, invested in the proper gear, and began making tracks in July 2010. In November, he began shopping his creations online and made contact with Mal Harper of San Francisco’s premier dubstep imprint – MalLabel Music – which led to the release of his debut EP “Come” in the Spring of 2011. With the strength of the release he is planning follow-up recordings and an eventual tour in the near future.
A.T. – Don’t Doubt Me (debut mixtape)