Suicide Sundaes - Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen, Sunday is back. Greg and Thom are here to bring you the week's dirty servings, along with some old favorites, a throwback-throwdown 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 holds some particularities. First, Greg has been quite busy these past weeks so I'm manning the ship. Keeping SS going requires a considerable amount of time and work--it's not always easy to reconcile with a busy work-week. Due to a few technical issues, this week's Sprinkles and Scoops have been embedded from Soundcloud. However, all are available for download by track name or Soundcloud description.
That said, I hope you're ready to receive this week's serving because I've gathered some cool tracks for your ears' pleasure, with remixes and originals that won't fail to get you moving and, in the best case scenario, blast your brains out.
Wolf Saga is back again with a simplistic yet effective remix of Phoenix's "Entertainment", Savant has once again created an excellent party track called "Carmaggedon", Kredo has done a great job brutalizing The Upbeats' "Alone", and I.Y.F.F.E has turned Tut Tut Child's "Hummingbird" into a salacious moombahcore track that won't miss to make you get up on your feet.
Coming your way are also some new releases from Jordan F, Silent H!, PrototypeRaptor, F.O.O.L., FTampa and many others. Don't forget to listen to the Streams section too, where you'll find Tommie Sunshine and Live City's remix of "Sierra Leone", the legendary dubstep track by Mt. Eden.
If you're a producer and 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 keep the tracks limited to what you may hear on one of our SS posts (i.e. no hip-hop, trap, etc.).