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DISKORD Exclusive Mix For Showcase Mondays

The guys at Showcase Mondays have been hard at work, for last weeks episode they featured DISKORD from Circus Records. DISKORD are the bass game’s freshest new collective. The distinctive sound they have created is driven by their unique blend of great melodies, 808s, and gritty bass lines which have been able to set them apart from other bass music producers. Expect a great headbanging and moshing mix. DISKORD did not hold back!




1. @diskorduk Leave It All Behind
2. DISKORD – Freak
3 Boxinbox & Lionsize – Don’t Stop
4 NOAHPLAUSE – Runnin (Ray Volpe Remix)
5 Que x Cause & Affect – OG Bobby Johnson x Cut Me Up (DISKORD Mashup)
6 Skrillex x Jauz – Squad Out!
7 Chemical Bros x Infrakt – Hey Boy Get Up (DISKORD Mashup)
8 Kanye West – Mercy (GLD Remix)
9 DISKORD – Release Me
10 Kompany – Besiege
11 Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep Is Your Love (DJ Snake Remix)
12 Jus Now – Tun Up (DISKORD Remix)
13 Hoverboots – Bells
14 Jack U x Mayhem, Antiserum, Gent & Jawns – Where You Febreen? (DISKORD Mashup)
15 Coolio – Gangsters Paradise / Flux Pavilion – Exostomp (DISKORD Remix)
16 Boaz Van De Beatz – GuappaMad (DISKORD Mashup)
17 DISKORD – Give U More
18 NYMZ – Way Up
20 Dr Meaker – Good Fight (DISKORD Remix)
21 Lykke Li – No Rest For The Wicked (DISKORD Re-twerk)
22 Brillz & LAXX – Destruktion
23 Loudpvck – Buena / Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl
24 Zomboy – Outbreak (DISKORD Remix)
25 Datsik & Barely Alive – The Blastaz (DISKORD Remix)
26 RL Grime & What So Not – Tell Me (Baauer Edit)
27 DISKORD – Tell Me Why

Ephwurd “Duckface” out today + debut performance at Escape


Hot off their summertime smash ‘Rock The Party’ (w/ Jauz), Ephwurd is back today with the release of their new solo track, “Duckface ft. Dkay”

“Duckface” combines driving house rhythms and rubbery, wobbly basslines with the vocals of Vancouver Hip-Hop artist, Dkay – “Snapchat that fat ass, don’t Snapchat no Duckface.”

Ephwurd is a collab between bass music heavyweights Datsik and Bais Haus, using this act as an outlet for their more housey adventures.

Don’t miss Ephwurd’s debut live performance at Escape on October 31st in San Bernardino

Trap Thursday: TK-47 x BL3R, Tautixx, Knuckle Children x Rise, Datsik

1. TK-47 x BL3R

“If only TK-47 was in charge of the entire Godzilla movie soundtrack”….my thoughts after hearing his new collab with BL3R! The percussion work on this tune leading up to some monstrous drops are absolutely unbelievable. Perfect dialogue samples, aggressive transitions, this has to be what Godzilla listens to as he destroys cities. Wonderfully chaotic track, so good it’s exhausting, extended gold clap for a job well done on this song!

Love U

Tautixx has been making some waves in the trap ocean with some of his recent works including his remix of juicy j’s drugs in the club and even putting his spin on one of Hucci’s tracks, but with this original, chill trap tune “Love U”, he proves to be more than just a masterful remixer, but also has the ability to create some audio beauty of his own. Love U, is a mellow, soothing, and serene but still will give your speakers a workout with some well placed light bass work and intoxicating vocals. Good music has no borders or age limit, and this Romanian teen is living proof.

3. Knuckle Children x Reise

Exordium is by far one of the most complete trap songs I’ve heard all year. Killer synth pattern and angelic vocals stand out the most, the breaks in between drops with those snares is simply pristine. Just when you think the track has peaked, there is a nice surprise at the 2:35 mark in the form of a drop to challenge all drops! It will leave you breathless, this is trap taken to the next level and it is awesome at every turn.

4. Datsik ft Georgia Murray
Hold it Down

When Datsik produces, you listen. Follow that rule and you will never be disappointed with what you hear, and “Hold You Down” is no exception to the rule. What sets this track apart is that is plays out like more of a story than just a looping bass ridden trap beat. The vocal work will put you in a state of bliss as the bass will simultaneously drop you into a state of oblivion. Heard a lot of Flux comparisons to the songs production style, and while I can see the argument, I can honestly say that Flux never put it down like this! DATSIK FTW.


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