Trap

Artist: 
DJ Snake
Label: 
Mad Decent

Classic frat party track. That's all I can say. Play it. 

Sounds Like: 
Lil Jon
Name: 
Alexa Rosenblum
Date Reviewed: 
01/30/2014
Artist: 
Yellow Claw
Label: 
Mad Decent

In the words of Miley Cyrus, "We can't stop!" Just like she can't stop twerking on stage, while this EP is playing, you won't be able to stop twerking (guys included). There is hella trap in these tracks so it's just right for every rave and club that you're gonna here this in. You will literally lose control of your body when listening to these 4 songs and there isn't much more to say except that these songs BANG! The twerk genre in EDM is rising and rising quickly so look out for more of this stuff in the near future.

Sounds Like: 
Flosstradamus
Sounds Like: 
Major Lazer
Sounds Like: 
Baaeur
Name: 
Dalmar Wiltshire
Date Reviewed: 
12/11/2013
Artist: 
R3hab
Label: 
Wall Recordings

Here we go with the remix king himself, R3hab. He recently hit one million fans on Facebook so he decided to produce a free song to celebrate this accomplishment with his fans. R3hab is most known for his remixes of popular songs, the most recent of which being Express Yourself (R3hab and Diplo Remix) feat. Nicky Da B so it's refreshing to hear a song by him created by him. This club banger will get you out your seat with the repeated vocals of "pump the party" and you will definitely be sweating by the end when the trap beat kicks in.

Sounds Like: 
Diplo
Sounds Like: 
Afrojack
Name: 
Dalmar Wiltshire
Date Reviewed: 
12/04/2013
Artist: 
Run DMT
Label: 
4th Wall Records
Sounds Like: 
Flying Lotus
Sounds Like: 
Pendulum
Name: 
Jake Calegari
Date Reviewed: 
12/03/2013
Artist: 
Dani Deahl & Animale
Label: 
Dim Mak

This track rocks. It's upbeat, fun, and really pushes dancing and housey music while incorporating a little bit of dubstep. I like it a lot, recommended for harder-dubsteppy type shows. Beat sounds good. Has potential to get pretty big. Play this!!!!

Sounds Like: 
Flux Pavilion
Sounds Like: 
Skrillex
Name: 
Alexa Rosenblum
Date Reviewed: 
11/20/2013
Artist: 
Linkin Park
Label: 
Warner Bros Records

How this album ended up in the World/Jazz music stacks, is beyond me. Legendary rock band Linkin Park, coming off of their mediocre effort entitled Living Things, decided to go down the Reanimation route with this album. The difference is, where Reanimation reimagined all the songs off of their debut Hybrid Theory, making for a unique listening experience that tided fans over while they awaited their next excellent record; this album is basically “Every song off of Living Things, but with DUBSTEP AND HOUSE!”

Sounds Like: 
Linkin Park
Sounds Like: 
Steve Aoki
Sounds Like: 
Datsik
Sounds Like: 
Dirtyphonics
Name: 
Felipe Moreno
Date Reviewed: 
11/20/2013
Artist: 
Alluxe
Label: 
Electronic Creatives 2012

After not knowing or expecting what Alluxe had to offer and I was not disappointed. Overall throughout the album it has hints of trap with some Dub and all of course over lyrics. Very relaxing and something that you might play during a kickback. It is a very different album but has much to offer. If you are an EDM fan just check out this CD you might end up finding a hidden gem.

Sounds Like: 
Kill Paris
Sounds Like: 
Flosstradamus
Name: 
Ryan Reyes
Date Reviewed: 
10/28/2013
Artist: 
Diplo
Label: 
Mad Decent

Tracklist:

1. Biggie Bounce (Original Mix): Explicit

2. Revolution (Original Mix): Nice vocals and big drops. Trap lovers!

3. Crown (Original Mix): Good vocals. Crazy drops and beats!

4. Rock Steady (Original Mix): Old school hip-hop song. Not RPM and explicit.

5. Revolution (Boaz Van De Beatz Remix): Same voice as in original but a bit distorted, pretty good melody too. Play it!

6. Biggie Bounce (TWRK Remix): Explicit

Sounds Like: 
Diplo
Name: 
Guillaume Butel
Date Reviewed: 
10/16/2013
Artist: 
A$AP Ferg
Label: 
ASAP Worldwide

Work (Remix) serves as the anthem for the coming out party for A$AP Mob member A$AP Ferg. Featuring French Montana, Trinidad Jame$, Schoolboy Q and A$AP Rocky, Ferg has created an off kilter rap anthem that's been on rotation in clubs and car stereos for months. With loud, heavy bass and eerie sounds complementing the beat, Work (Remix) bumps in every sense of the word. Ferg and Q spit standout verses, with solid contributions from Montana, Jame$ and Rocky.

Sounds Like: 
A$AP Rocky
Sounds Like: 
Schoolboy Q
Name: 
André Pettman
Date Reviewed: 
09/25/2013