Hahahahaha WOW, where do I even begin with this one?! The kind folks over at Fools Gold, released this colossal mashup of three titans in our music world. Whether you’re a fan or not, you can’t deny the power behind this track and the “mass-culture” that will draw to it. Four to the floor, lots of reverb, looping leads and risers that would give a Yogi an anxiety attack…mmmmm yup sounds about right. -Roane
“It’s giveaway time! We’re blessing you with a Power mashup from Steve Aoki & Garmiani with Kanye West’s ‘Power’ single. Press play then mash that download button! Trivia time… Can you guess the Garmiani track used and the Aoki track used?” -Fools Gold Records
“Flinch asks how much is Too Much with his latest release on SMOG Records out on August 26th.
Los Angeles based talent Flinch is far from a new name in dance music. Known to his postmaster as Adam Glassco, Flinch has over seven years of experience to back a vast catalogue of well‐crafted tunes. First turning audiences on with drum & bass, Flinch continues to grow as an artist, adding his polyrhythmic ear to electro, dubstep, UK funky, techno, garage, and house tracks. Continuing his forever eclectic journey, Flinch returns to SMOG Records with a four‐track EP in Too Much, out on August 26th.
Too Much starts out with the title track and gives healthy nod to old school breakbeats. Asking the question “How much is too much?,” the vocals, provided by rapper Dell Harris, bounce over a slick house rhythm and are joined by a bassline that’ll warm you up in no time. “Gypsy” follows, with a hyper‐trap groove and expansive melodic synths that have become synonymous with Flinch’s classic aesthetic. “Y’all Already Know” is a punchy, peaktime track that features Trouble & Bass talent Star Eyes. With crisp claps and rattling bass kicks, “Y’all Already Know” is guaranteed to make bootys move. Pairing up with I Need $$, the fourth track is “Deep” and brings the EP to close. Starting with transient effects that could easily double as a soundtrack to a space odyssey, Flinch cuts through the atmospherics using zipper‐distorted synths pads which, in turn, gives “Deep” its well‐balanced structure.
Never one to reside among the confines of one BPM range, Too Much is just another reminder of Flinch’s tastemaking capabilities, delivering a wide selection of tunes for both the house and bass communities.” – SMOG