Sunday, October 31, 2010

Ginz & Joker- Re Up



Here's some early morning dubstep for you guys!

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Sorry Guys!

Hey guys, sorry I haven't posted on here in a long time. Reason: just got a new job, and trying to figure out how to balance it with the existing job, on top of that I'll be moving in with my girlfriend on Monday so my life has been a little crazy lately.

Hope you all can forgive me! Once things die down I'll have time to share more crazy music with all of you!

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Kanye West - Runaway (Full-length Clean)



I know Kanye West can be incredibly pretentious at times but I have to hand it to him, he's got some serious talent!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Flying Lotus - Parisian Goldfish

Flying Lotus "Parisian Goldfish" from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.


Here's another crazy Flying Lotus video for you guys. This video was directed by Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! fame so you can expect it to be fairly off the wall. Another thing to note is this video was banned from Youtube for some slightly NSFW visuals.

Beware: This video will make you feel very uncomfortable.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

White Ring - IxC999



Hope all this creepy music is getting everyone in the mood for Halloween! Here's a new artist I've never featured on the blog before: White Ring. This song is amazing!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Chevy One vs Aphex Twin - Dublicker



This song blows my mind every time I listen to it!

It's definitely not your typical dubstep.

Paula Deen takes 'ludes and makes food



This is a slight change of pace from what I usually post but the all around creepiness of this video made it seem appropriate for this blog.

This video really creeps me out...

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Zomby - Strange Fruit



Here's some spooky dubstep for all of you to check out!

HEARTS by oOoOO ⎝oOoOO EP VERSION⎠



Not an official video, but I think the video fits very well with the song. I might add that depending upon where you work the video is slightly NSFW.

Eskmo - Cloudlight (Official Video) HD



Not sure how to classify what genre of music this would fall under so I'll call it dark glitch.

Dead Boys /// Modern Witch

Sorry for being MIA for the past couple of days everyone. I've been off on vacation but I'm back with more creepy, weird music. This comes to you from the genius that is Modern Witch. Be forewarned, this video is very creepy.



Sorry guys! Should be working now!

Friday, October 8, 2010

HEALTH DJ SET

I didn't know HEALTH DJed. This mix looks really interesting with a lot of Witch House artists featured on it. Check it out, if it's anything like HEALTH's music it's bound to be noisy and creepy.
Track List:


  • -Dorian Corey (Excerpt)




  • -Ministry - NWO




  • -Aids 3D - Power Of American Natives




  • -White Ring - lxC999




  • -Crystal Castles - Suffocation




  • -Peter Gabriel - A Different Drum




  • -ℑ ⊇ ≥ ◊ ≤ ⊆ ℜ - The Exorcism (Of A Raver)




  • -Mater Suspiria Vision - It (Excerpt)




  • -Fleetwood Mac - Beautiful Child




  • -Younglife - Deep Forest




  • -Panda Bear - Slow Motion




  • -HEALTH - We Are Water (Soft Encounter RMX)




  • -Swans - Money Is Flesh




  • -† ‡ † ->>>> ▲ <<<< 




  • -Sleep ∞ Over - La Rose




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  • Crystal Castles 'BAPTISM' Official



    I absolutely love this song but the music video freaks me out because Alice Glass looks like a blow up doll in it...

    Thursday, October 7, 2010

    Nosummr4u - oOoOO

    Nosummr4u by oOoOO

    Honestly, I don't know what genre you classify this song into. The soundcloud says it's simply electronic, but it's made by a witch house producer, yet it doesn't have that distinctive drone of witch house and it's also not as slow. So fellow bloggers, what genre would you classify this song into?

    Tuesday, October 5, 2010

    Monday, October 4, 2010

    La Roux - I'm Not Your Toy (Jack Beats Remix)



    Here's another La Roux remix for you guys. This one brought to you guys by the dynamic duo that is Jack Beats

    Rusko - Cockney Thug (Caspa Remix)



    This song's got some killer bass so as usual turn your bass up.

    WAH WAH WAH WAH WAH!!!

    Sunday, October 3, 2010

    Paco Di Bango's World (Deadmau5 Remix)



    I love the conversation that goes on in this song... so if you're looking for something to "bang your head on" check this song out. It's a banger!

    And don't forget to turn up the bass!

    Friday, October 1, 2010

    Music genres I should cover in this blog?

    I know a lot about all sorts of genres, but I want to know what kind of music you'd like to hear about so I can write blog posts that are of interest to most of you fellow bloggers who read my blog.

    Intro by RAiNИiAЯ

    Intro by RAiNИiAЯ

    New song I just finished, let me know what you think. 

    ABOVE AND BEYOND - CANT SLEEP (D3THPLAY ZOMBIE RAVE RMX) by d3thplaY

    ABOVE AND BEYOND - CANT SLEEP (D3THPLAY ZOMBIE RAVE RMX) by d3thplaY

    Sleigh Bells - Infinity Guitars

    Meet the bands whose /\/ /\ /\/\ € $ are made out of $¥ /\/\ ß 0 \ $

    Scan the array of recent blog buzz bands and you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in the middle of a migraine. †‡†, Gr†ll Gr†ll, ℑ⊇◊⊆ℜ and GL▲SS †33†H all use dots, dashes and triangles in their names and on their flashy websites. Some of the genres they use might be familiar – they make screwed and twisted music using 90s house, crunk and goth – but the names look just plain weird. Whatever happened to bands called "The" something? On the Drowned in Sound forum, in the thread on "Witch House", users have joked that these bands' names are "liable to break Google" but also that they're part of "the most internet genre ever".

    "Having a band name like that makes me totally unsearchable," says Rhode Island artist Λ, explaining that his name is pronounced "arc", "but I like how using symbols means favouring an aesthetic choice over a more practical one. I morph my voice in the music, and wear costumes that make it impossible to see who I am when I play live – and I enjoy the anonymity it affords me."

    ℑ⊇◊⊆ℜ (a name so unfathomable we struggled to get it to show up on our system) of drag band the Mater Suspiria Cult agrees, explaining how the symbols in his name give it a deeper meaning and aren't just a fashion statement. "It has the meaning of 'doppelganger' and also 'split personality'," he says. "As you see, some parts of the name are mirrored and some differ."

    Yet pop stars showing an interest in symbols isn't anything new. Prince irritated editors by turning himself into that symbol. And you'd have thought the novelty of difficult-to-find names might have worn off with !!!, the Californian dance band who went to great pains to explain that the three exclamation points could be pronounced by repeating any three identical monosyllabic sounds. Chk chk chk was the most common, but they could just as easily be called Pow Pow Pow, Bam Bam Bam or Uh Uh Uh, etc etc etc. This year, MIA famously used a series of dashes in place of letters to create "/\/\/\Y/\". She's since admitted that the name is intended to escape the clutches of internet search engines and the "Wall Street dudes" who think the web is an endless goldrush. In drawing attention to her views on web politics, MIA emphasised to her critics that she had shrunk away from a mainstream audience. Prince's switch, too, defined the strangest and least successful period of his career (unless you're in to space-age blue bodysuits and pelvic jewellery). But when you're as famous as MIA and Prince, difficult titles are unlikely to do too much damage.

    Unlike everyday signs, which mean certain things based on conventions and rules, †‡†, Gr†ll Gr†ll et al use symbols to stay hidden. Where the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s had secretive clubs and zines, these artists have locked last.fm pages and GIF-heavy unsearchable sites too. Perhaps they're trying to create a generation gap, where (probably) only the youngest and the most enthusiastic will be bothered to seek them out by reading the right blogs. Comics writer Warren Ellis has already proposed that using symbols is a handy way to create a new underground.

    Maybe, if you're looking to make a statement (but not have wild success), symbols do speak louder than words.

    - http://www.guardian.co.uk