Your browser (Internet Explorer 7 or lower) is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how to update your browser.


Woodys Produce Remixes Kanye West And It’s Fantastic [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Allow me to go off on a Hip Hop tangent for a minute. Last night I was flipping through my SoundCloud feed and noticed several songs coming from Woodys Produce’s page – all of them saying they were Kanye West remixes. I started following Woodys Produce some time in the past year and though he previously wasn’t someone I paid a ton of attention to, the release of his Kanye West remixes has put him on the map for me now. I’ll be honest in saying Kanye West is one of my favorite Hip Hop producers – more his older stuff than his current work – and to see someone has taken the time to remix not just Kanye’s music, but any track he’s been a part of immediately grabs my attention. If you’re familiar with Ratatat you’ll recall their two remix albums where they took popular Hip Hop tracks and remixed them in only a way Ratatat can do. While Woodys Produce doesn’t have as unique of a sound that Ratatat do, his remix package is along the same idea.

Woodys Produce, who lives in Los Angeles, refers to himself as a Producer, Engineer, and Remixer of the “Hipster Pop” variety. Woodys Produce has remixed artists like Mos Def, The Notorious B.I.G., Outkast, and plenty more – all for free download. Yesterday Woodys Produce released a package of 10 remixes of Kanye West’s music, including tracks he was featured on or produced himself. I’m talking about gems like Lil’ Wayne’s “Lollipop”, The Game’s “Wouldn’t Get Far”, “Get Em High”, and “The Good Life”. All of the remixes are extra vibey – we’re talking more chilled-out Hip-Hop than club bangin’ Hip Hop and that’s exactly the style I was looking for. Some of my favorites from the collection include “Wouldn’t Get Far”, “Brand New”, and “Touch The Sky” but really all of them are quality. If you’re in to melodic and soulful Hip Hop – whether or not you like Kanye West as a lyricist – this Woodys Produce Kanye West Remix package is for you! (Show him some love on Facebook too.)

AC Slater & ETC!ETC! Remix Lil Wayne + Slater’s New DJ Mix

AC Slater and ETC!ETC! I guess had some free time a little while back when Lil Wayne came on the iPod shuffle. What happened next can only be defined as a couple of talented producers having too much fun fun together. Maintaining the classic vocals were essential, everything after that was up for grabs. A funky tech drop hits just when you don’t expect it, turning this hip hop beast into more of a club beat. I’m sure to have fun with this one over the weekend, hope you do to.

AC Slater’s Soundcloud has seen something of a rebirth over the last week with the release of Clap Bitches and the Wayne Remix as well as an all new DJ Mix! In Like a Lion hits some serious levels of hard as Slater tears through a relentless amount of new material. You can hear the trap emerging in his work, although the DnB will never die for this guy. Yet another great mix to throw into your collection to get you hyped for the big evening to come!

2012 in Review: Editors’ Choices & Breakout Artists

Without further adieu here are the Co-Founders’/Editors’ favorite 10 songs from 2012. It’s clear we all have varying tastes in electronic music but at the same time there are some tunes that seem to rub us all the right way.


  1. RL Grime – Trap on Acid
  2. Zedd – Codec
  3. Alex Metric – Rave Weapon
  4. Florence & The Machine Vs. Umek & Beltek – Out of Spectrum (Say My Name) (James Frew Boot)
  5. Franky Rizardo ft. Roul & Doors – Blackout
  6. Mat Zo – Bipolar
  7. Diplo – Butters Theme
  8. Martin Solveig – Night Out (A-Trak Remix)
  9. Tommy Trash – Cascade
  10. Fedde le Grand – Raw

Honorable Mention: Zedd – Spectrum (Deniz Koyu Remix)



  1. Minnesota – Yoga Pants
  2. Overwerk – Daybreak (GoPro HERO3 Edit)
  3. A-Trak & Tommy Trash – Tuna Melt
  4. Netsky – Puppy
  5. Flosstradamus – Total Recall
  6. Major Lazer – Get Free
  7. Valentino Khan – Cigarettes
  8. Griz – Mr. B ft. Dominic Lalli
  9. Lisa Mitchell – Neopolitan Dreams (Sound Remedy Remix)
  10. Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks



  1. Wax Motif & Neoteric – Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix)
  2. Bauuer – Harlem Shake
  3. Clockwork – Titan
  4. Calvin Harris Ft. Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing (Diplo & Grandtheft Trapstyle Remix)
  5. Please Don’t Turn Me On (Disclosure Remix) – Artful Dodger
  6. J. Cole – Werk Out (OVERWERK Remix)
  7. Eric Clapton – Cocaine (No Big Deal Remix)
  8. Madeon – The City
  9. Martin Solveig – The Night Out
  10. RAC Ft Penguin Prison – Hollywood



  1. Major Lazer – Jah No Partial ft. Flux Pavilion
  2. Crystal Castles – Baptism (Sound Remedy Remix)
  3. Rell the Soundbender – Ordinary People
  4. Flosstradamus – Fuck a Piss Test
  5. Bro Safari- Scumbag ft. Notorious B.I.G.
  6. Big Gigantic – Colorado Mountain High ft. Lil Wayne
  7. The Wanted – Glad You Came (Clark Kent Remix)
  8. Cypress Hill X Rusko – Can’t Keep Me Down ft. Damian Marley
  9. Redlight – Get Out My Head
  10. Eric Turner vs. Avicii – Dancing In My Head (Avicii’s Been Cursed Remix)



  1. TNGHT – Higher Ground
  2. S-Type-Billboard
  3. Bro Safari – That A$$
  4.  Nari & Milani – Atom (Original Mix)
  5. Djemba Djemba – Throwin Dice
  6. Heads Will Roll – [Kid Kamillon Trap Edit]
  7. Alt J [∆] – Tessellate
  8. Chromeo – Bonafied Lovin (RAC Mix)
  9.  Pharoh Monch – Simon Says (ETC!ETC! & Brillz Bootleg)
  10. Hardwell – Spaceman (Carnage Festival Trap Remix)



Keep reading to see who we think were the breakout artists of 2012! Continue Reading…

Robotic Pirate Monkey – Jungle Tales Vol. 2

Robotic Pirate Monkey has been no stranger to this blog in the past as they continue to innovate and evolve their sound and musical selection. Consistantly pumping out orginials for the low cost of free, it has been hard to ignore the groups’ slow rise to fame over the past few years. Now, you can find the dynamic threesome traveling around the states opening for some of our favorite acts as well as always fitting in time to play for the hometown fans in the Boulder/Denver area. Releasing remixes has been a staple of the RPM brand, although it has been a little over two years since they released the first of the RPM remix EP series – ‘Jungle Tales Vol.1′ and we are more excited then ever to share Vol.2 with you. Straying further from their dubstep roots we get a look at the future of RPM as they fuse melodic accents and some big bass into these classic tunes. This 5-track compilation remixes a variety of genres, featuring artists such as – The Rolling Stones, Lil Wayne, Slightly Stoopid, and more!

Slightly Stoopid – Top of the World (Robotic Pirate Monkey Remix)
Robotic Pirate Monkey – Northface Giggles (Robotic Pirate Monkey Remix)
Lil Wayne – Steady Mobbin (Robotic Pirate Monkey Remix)
Tim McMorris – Overwhelmed (Robotic Pirate Monkey Remix)
The Rolling Stones – She’s Like a Rainbow (Robotic Pirate Monkey Remix)

Facebook | Soundcloud | Website

Electro Avenue Vol. 1 Featuring Lazy Rich, Jack Beats, R3hab, and More!

Welcome to the first of many in our new series: Electro Avenue. This segment will feature the best tracks from the world of Electro-House, whether they’re newly released or something we’ve dug out of the crates – taking this avenue will make your heads nod and your speakers shake!

First up I have a bangin’ remix by someone we’ve named the “King of Electro-House” – and that’s Lazy Rich. Granted this remix dropped on Beatport back at the end of January, it’s been on heavy rotation for me especially after hearing it on Minero’s guest mix as part of the Lazy Rich Show podcast. You don’t really see what Lazy Rich adds to the song until the 2:30 mark but at that point the drop is so heavy it makes you gush. Combine that with some sexy lyrics by Tegan and Sara and you have a winner.

Morgan Page ft. Tegan and Sara – Body Work (Lazy Rich Remix)

Next is a brand new remix by Dutch producer R3hab. This kid has blown up over the past year with crisp productions and songs that hit hard. He’s been known to take Top 40s tracks and remix them into dance floor destroyers and this one is no exception. It may be one of the more typical “Electro-House” tracks he’s produced and I’m not in love with the fact that Chris Brown is involved with it, but hey – it works.

David Guetta ft. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne – I Can Only Imagine (R3hab Remix)

Here’s a song you’re going to either love or hate. It’s a remix of Flux Pavilion‘s recent track “Daydreamer” by the British House duo Jack Beats. They have one of the most unique sounds in the game and their take on “Daydreamer” is no exception. This one has grown on me so give it a couple chances before you’re ready to dismiss it.

Flux Pavilion – Daydreamer (Jack Beats Remix)

Steve Aoki is everywhere these days. Touring non-stop and releasing track after track. He recently collaborated with Kid Cudi & Blink 182’s Travis Barker on a track called “Cudi the Kid” which I wasn’t too pleased with. But then Tiesto turned me on to the Third Party remix and I was all about it.

Steve Aoki ft. Kid Cudi & Travis Barker – Cudi the Kid (Third Party Remix)

And just because I’ve been on a Jack Beats kick recently, here’s one of their older tracks featuring hot vocals and a typical-sounding Jack Beats….beat. I’ll have the LKiD ReRub for you soon, which is also older, but for now you’ll have to deal with the original mix.

Jack Beats – All Night ft. John B

Remember – if you like any of these songs, please support the artists who produce them and purchase them on iTunes or Beatport

*Have any suggestions for an Electro Avenue post? Send them my way!*

Dub Edition Vol. 5

Sorry it’s been so long everyone. Haven’t really been on the prowl for enough dubstep lately. But everyone knows a little dub goes a long way so here’s a couple gems to get your heads bopping.

Always a pleasure to hear from Mr. Slater, a consistent provider of Trouble & Bass. Drake and Weezy‘s last single gets a nice bass-heavy makeover.

Drake ft. Lil Wayne – HYFR (AC Slater Remix)

New Knife Party. Not the highest quality but it’s hard to distinguish between low quality and simply disgusting noises when they’re on the production.

Knife Party – Bonfire (Teknim Extended)

No Pets Allowed has been getting a good deal of attention lately. His style, as I discussed a while back with PatrickReza, is just what the people are asking for these days. Pair that with a nice remix of Ms. Perry’s latest single and you’ve got a winner.

Katy Perry – Part of Me (No Pets Allowed Dubstep Remix)

An older song that’s only now coming to light. Really deep and powerful work here.

Mr. Wonk – Shadows

The M Machine, who, like Alvin Risk, are on OWSLA and can’t seem to be defined stylewise released this gem just last week. Gold.

The M Machine – Shadow in the Rose Garden

Nick Thayer, who is also signed to Skrillex‘s label OWSLA, teamed up with A.Skillz to put their spin on this crowd favorite. Did a tasteful job if you ask me.

Foreigner – Cold As Ice (A.Skillz and Nick Thayer Remix)

Finally, my boy Draper doing it as usual. If you don’t know him by yet, I’m disappointed that I haven’t been properly been doing my job. This one barely qualifies as dubstep but it’s a great remix and a good one to add to your collection.

Strange Talk – Eskimo Boy (Draper Remix)