There is a certain kind of tunes that will inevitably make you shake one or several body parts. You’ll sit in front of you desk unsuspectingly and suddenly realize that you’re tapping your feet and making a happy face. Madeon‘s You’re On feat. Kyan belongs into this category.
Good day to our treasured Crispy Crust fellowship. It’s time for presents and we ain’t talking Santa Clause. ESKEI83 has compiled his five favorite free downloads for your sexy asses. So sit back and enjoy the start of the week with a couple of Crispy Crust approved delicacies.
We don't know about you, but whenever we heard the name Ariana Grande, we were reminded of a choirgirl twinkling at us with innocent doe eyes. Thanks to WTCHCRFT, though, we started to sense here angelic voice, too. The producer's remix of Be my baby is the perfect song to smoothly start into a new week....
Though for some folks November 11th marks the official commencement of the carnival season, the proper celebration does not start until early next year. Still, it is never too soon to look for the upcoming season’s certified carnival anthem, and we think, we’ve found it: Robs & Duke’s remix of Buraka Som Sistema‘s Vuvuzela (Carnaval).
We’ve been anticipating this moment for quite some time: Rejoice, as our first official release comes from Ben Esser, the latest addition to the Crispy Crust Records roster. Listen to his brilliant remix of ZHUs Faded here first.
Praise the Producer for inventing the drop. According to Wikipedia that is the “point in a music track where a switch of rhythm or bass line occurs and usually follows a recognizable build section and break”. The drop is and forever will be highly anticipated by electronic music lovers across the globe. If you dare to include one in your track, make sure to turn it into an unforgettable moment. Aquadrop shows you how.
You won’t know what hit you, after pumping this new Brodinski joint. The frenchman teams up with Chi town’s own SD to prove one thing: the age of categorizing music using genres is over. I mean: what would you call this?
You know that amazing feeling of two seemingly uncombinable dishes forming the perfect epiphany in your mouth? ESKEI83 is known for achieving just that effect in your ears. Just listen to this sweet Jammin’ bootleg, and how it effortlessly opens up into Skrillex‘ and Damian Marleys Dub-Step-Reggae banger of 2012: Make It Bun Dem. How does the food related saying go? The apple never falls far from the tree. Maybe one Marley will always sound good on another Marley’s song, who knows. ESKEI83 surely makes it look like it is the case. Enjoy!
From the very start, the Drunken Masters showed a unique talent for making seemingly foreign genres blend as smoothly as whipped cream melts into hot chocolate. They have been living up to this reputation with a series of highly entertaining mixtapes, of which The Hour Of Power 1 & 2 are the latest. Here you have two chefs cooking up the hottest ish of 2013/2014, and serving it in style, which in the case of the Drunken Masters means: massy, sassy and always bassy.