Suicide Sundaes - Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen, Sunday is back. Greg is here to bring you the week's dirty servings, and some old favorites through a throwdown-throwback to simpler times. A time when bangers were big, remixes were bigger, the bassline bled, and we didn't care about anything as long as came in kicking and left screaming.
This week I'm joined again by Thomas Groutars, and we've got a rather large post for you. With tracks ranging from 80's inspired synth driven electro to hard glitchy borderline electro trash, we have a large spectrum of music to cover, so be sure to check out each track. As usual the post will escalate in terms of intensity, starting with your Sprinkles and leading into Scoops. Let us know in the comments which tracks are your favorite. And now, on to the music.
Wolf Saga's coming at us with two new remixes this week, one remix done for Cosmic Sand and other for Black Tiger Sex Machine & Dabin's latest release "Jack Dat Body". Also be sure to check out Phinz's remix of Ellie Goulding's "Lights", Mustache Machine's "Fosbury" and Bypass Bandits' "Starfather" if you're looking for a good kick to get you up and going this week.
Francophilippe gives away "Roadkill", a four month old gem he couldn't convince any label to release. For what follows you may want to turn up the volume a bit. Norwegian producer Savant will get you in a party mood with "UNTZ 2013". Andy's iLL makes One Republic's "If I Lose Myself" heavier in his remix of the track, and if you've come to find something to really go hard on, tracks like Aaren Reale - "Drop it", MVTH - "I Hate Rock N Roll" or Die Antwoord - "Fatty Boom Boom" (Joaquin Remix) won't let you down.
In the Streams section we have Power Glove featured from the upcoming Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon DLC, that was just too awesome to pass up. And a new original from VenaCava "X" will be gracing your ears towards the end of the post, and it goes hard. Also featured this week is; Air Wankers, AFAR, Futurecop!, Hijack Da Bass, Macrowave, Viceroy & French Horn Rebellion, and much more.
And don't forget, if you're a producer and you want to see if your music has what it takes to be on Suicide Sundaes, submit your mp3s to our SoundCloud Group. We'll take a listen and include the best tracks. Please submit only one or two tracks at a time (320 kbps mp3s) and please try to keep the tracks limited to what you may hear on one of our SS posts (ie. no hip-hop, trap, etc.).
I would like to make a quick mention regarding the formatting of the tracks in the post. I understand they are a bit messed up, but I did not want to leave you guys hanging without a post to keep you going this week. The issue is being looked into and will hopefully be corrected soon.