Skrillex and Yellow Claw’s collaboration ‘Rawhide’ was one the most anticipated releases this year. Fans were dying for the track to be finished and ficially drop. But at some point, the wheels fell f the project. We are not sure if it was conflicting schedules or a loss interest but it quickly became apparent that the collaboration would not see the light day. Instead scrapping the project entirely, Yellow Claw decided to ring up another friend to help finish out the track.
DJ Snake Saves The Day
DJ Snake has stepped in to finish the track, which now exists under the name, ‘Public Enemy’. While many fans voiced their disappointment that Skrillex was no longer part the project, the overwhelming majority were just thrilled that it would finally be released. Let’s be real here too…if you can’t have Skrillex, DJ Snake is literally just as good.
The track is set to be released on Friday, check it out below.
After a 3 year hiatus on their last Electronic Battle Weapon release, The Chemical Brothers are back at it again teasing us new things to come with EBW 12.
The 14-second snippet is just enough to hint that the next album will be pure madness. As if entering into a dingy haunted house, you’re met with a strobe unidentified faces, echoing laughs to chill the spine and an ominous yet electrifying beat that induces ultimate rave antics.
It’s safe to say the album to follow probably won’t be your PG sound like that their grooving Salmon Dance rather you’ll find yourself recognising the sample in the basement some underground club five red bull vodkas deep.
Get hyped with the snippet here and don’t forget polish the speed dealers:
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The rugby league world is set to be rocked tonight, with the State Of Origin pre-game entertainment going to none other than Peking Duk.
The Canberra born duo will be jetting down to Victoria to perform for 80,000+ NSW and QLD rugby league fans at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground that… Wait.. What?
Regardless, B-Side editor Micky McClure spoke with Adam Hyde Peking Duk in Melbourne today, who says they’re “pumped for tonight, yew”. “We love footy, and there’s no place to watch some rugby league among the die-hard NSW and QLD supporters like the MCG, here in sunny Melbourne.”
He added that despite being from boring Canberra, both members Peking Duk are die-hard Blues supporters, and hope that their pre-game musical showcase can bring the boys some luck.
A spokesperson from NRL admits they are aware the confusing, inter-state blur that tonight is building into, and explains they “felt like we had to get Canberra involved somehow”.
Origin kicks f at 8pm tonight on Channel 9. Tune in early for Peking Duk’s performance and Gus Gould’s monologue.
SOPHIE has shared the release date her debut album, OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES which is due out on the 15th June. That’s next week!
Off the back exciting, genre-bending singles like , and Faceshopping, the hype for this album is massive, and massive is what we can only assume the album will be. Put bluntly, there are no artists in the game challenging us with pop-fuelled-electroncia like SOPHIE is and has been for a while now, so we’re beyond excited to see hat her debut album brings to the table.
On top the album release date, SOPHIE has shared a string o finternarional tour dates. Revisit her single Faceshopping below and peep the dates.
June 9 – Milan, Italy – Radar Festival
June 15 – Barcelona, Spain – Sonar by Day
June 22 – Brooklyn, NY – LadyLand
June 23 – Mexico City, MX – Traición
July 7 – Trencin, Slovakia – Pohoda Festival
July 12 – Lisbon, Portugal – NOS Alive
July 13 – Bilbao, Spain – Bilbao BBK Live
August 17 – Hasselt, Belgium – Pukkelpop Festival
September 14 – Los Angeles, CA – 1720
September 15 – San Francisco, CA – August Hall
September 16 – Vancouver, BC – Westward Music Festival @ Imperial
September 26 – Toronto, ON – The Mod Club
September 27-29 – Montreal, QC – POP Montreal
Mall Grab has added another sublime remix to his catalogue, this time flipping London producer FOLD’s track, Marimba Echoes Aus Music.
The nearly five minute rework sees the Aussie producer steer away from the popularised, lo-fi house sound you may recognise him for, while still maintaining a heavy club influence that comes infused with an array soothing instrumentals.
This is the first remix from Mall Grab in a minute, and once again showcases diversity in his arsenal, following on from stellar remixes for and in the past. Dive into his remix Marimba Echoes below and enjoy.
As one the catchiest dance tracks in modern history, we couldn’t continue avoiding Alice DeeJay‘s Better Off Alone.
The Eurodance-meets-trance jam was released back in the year 2000, as part Alice DJ’s Who Needs Guitars Anyway? album and was an instant summer hit, circulating throughout Europe and then the world and stamping it’s place in dance music history almost instantly.
Relive Better Off Alone below, and we apologise in advance for getting this stuck in your head for the next 3 days.