All the Top 40 music at parties can get old and it gives old creepy people reasons to awkwardly grab you by your hip and rub unknown body behind yours (ladies?). Why not spice up your parties with some “fist pumpin’” and songs that make jumping up and down for endless hours okay. Here are my top 5 artists to fist pump and some could say “RAGE to.”
Just released his “Escape From Electric Mountain EP.” Jon Gooch, also known as “Feed Me,” delivers his own take of the genre of dubstep. With remixes to Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend” released last year. This London Native finally released his own original content with this EP. One of the best tracks on the album is “One Click Headshot.”
"One Click Headshot"
Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend Feed Me Remix"
Pronounced “Blau,” Justin Blau gets his popularity from remixing Top 40 songs and either putting them together or to his catchy house beats. Blau takes his influences from fellow artists such as Deadmau5, Avicii and Skrillex. His latest released album is free off of his website and is titled “Dance Floor Filth.” He has recently made a splash in the industry with his release “Set Fire,” a house remix to Adele’s hit Set Fire to the Rain.
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Another solid DJ bringing the best Top 40 remixes the world has to offer. Bringing the Empire State to its knees with remixes from all of your top artists.
"No Sleep"Wiz Khalifa Remix
"Cheated" Mike Posner Remix
This young, 20-year old DJ/Producer from Orlando Florida is one of the youngest and most talked about DJ’s in the industry right now. He specializes in dance music and producing most of his own content. Look for Dallask to keep producing more bangers like the links below.
"Guilt" Nero (Dallask Remix)
I am going to venture to call him the “Godfather of Dubstep.” Skrillex has become one of the most acclaimed dubstep artists. Originally the front man for “From First to Last,” Sonny Jon Moore decided to take his hard rock routes and give them an electronic feel. What came out was his first EP titled “My Name is Skrillex.” HE continued to barge his way onto the scene by remixing “Cinema” by Benny Bennasi, “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga and his latest work of genuine art, remixing “Levels” by Avicii. Skillex has recently released his album “Voltage,” which is nothing short of a masterpiece.
"Levels" Avicii (Skrillex Remix)
He also has a more relaxed side of his musical production that he displays on his album "Voltage".