Monday, February 15, 2016


ICYMI it was Valentines Day yesterday...d'uh...and Pegboard Nerds released a track they called "Heartbit" feat. Tia Simone. This might be the most progressive track I've ever featured here on MYWLT and it's absolutely insane. The drop is bonkers, the energy is nuts and if you have elderly people living next door, this will probably increase their risk of getting a small stroke. For everyone else this is probably the best track to start an otherwise boring monday or take with you on a run. "Heartbit" is available as a free download via the link below:

Download HERE
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If that didn't blow your socks off, I don't know what will...maybe it was a little too hefty for you? In that case here's something very different. Mat Zo is about to drop his second album and it will drop on March 25th. The first single from that album has however already seen the light of day and it's called "Soul Food". The track has an awesome catchy vocoder-ish synth line and a sweet funky fresh vibe. I've already been so fortunate to listen to the entire album and it's probably the of the most diverse electronic music album I've ever encountered. There's definitely something to look forward to. While you wait, you can pick up "Soul Food" as a free download:

Download HERE
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Finally, I want to end with a remix by Canadian producer Ben Zamora for Tiësto & Don Diablo's "Chemicals" feat. Thomas Troelsen. While the original has some nice piano house elements, I like this version which has some awesome extra punch on the drop and some more beat in the verses, making it sound more raw and more appropriate for a track titled "Chemicals" (IMO at least). Ben Zamora's remix is available for free via the link below:

Download HERE
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1 comment:

  1. Love the beat on the Chemicals track. I sort of picture a woman crouched low, whipping her head in circles to it, her hair flying everywhere. Just seems like that kind of song.