Self Help is on fire this year! Self Help Goes To Moombahtown is his brand new three track EP that consists of remixes of songs by When Saints Go Machine, Busy Signal, and Tennis. This EP is going to take you on a short musical road trip to Moombahtown where you’ll find nothing but 80 degree days coated in sunshine showers…free 32oz margaritas at every corner…and clubs that bump nothing but moombah vibes out of their front doors at all hours of the day. Self Help Goes To Moombahtown is particularly cool because of the AWESOME sampling job Self Help conducted in the construction of each of these remixes. Hearing Self Help’s versions of Parix, Cool It Baby, and Petition, followed up by the originals lets you see just how unique Self Helps ear is and will give a little glimpse into the mind of the Ohio based artist. Enjoy this summer energy!
Sinking Coitus. Let’s break this down.
Sinking : a : to go to the bottom b : to become partly buried (as in mud) c : to become engulfed
Coitus : physical union of male and female genitalia accompanied by rhythmic movements
Ohio based producers Elliot Nash and Sal Miller, who together make up DILUTED, have been creating some extremely exciting and progressive music that falls into the way too vague genre of BASS MUSIC. This is their song, Sinking Coitus, which is a sexy, smooth, downtempoesque piece of audio art. Sinking Coitus features a gorgeous french vocal sample that does quite a good job at keeping you in a hypnotized state throughout the entirety of the song.
Unless all you listen to is heavy metal and Borgore, I think it’s near impossible not to find some level of enjoyment from this music. Enjoy!
I thought that I’d share this gem with you all, it’ll really set your weekend off in the right manner. Check out this sick remix from Self Help, positive vibes as always! If you dig it, grab the free download as well.
We are SUPER EXCITED to announce that next-level Bass Music Producer/DJ Astronomar will be playing in Ohio on Sunday and Tuesday via Ganjaology affiliates, the Dance or Die crew. He’s on tour all across the midwest and west coast via the Nebraska to Alaska Tour, and he’s coming to the B Side Liquor Lounge in Cleveland on Sunday and Three Kings (formerly Clique lounge) in Covington, KY (right across the bridge from Cincinnati) on Tuesday.
He is personally one of my favorite producers at the moment; his music is such a unique, crazy hybrid of ghetto dutchy electro and druggy tropical house. That description only scratches the surface of doing justice to his style. Both Shows are Free, so there really isn’t a good excuse to miss this if you’re in Ohio. He’s based in Seattle, and this is a good opportunity for the rest of the world to experience one of his live sets.
For those of you not in Ohio, more info on the rest of his tour can be found via the Mad Decent blog here.