Pretty much everyone has either seen, heard, or done their own version and then got bored of Baauerâ€™s â€œHarlem Shake.â€ Sadly, the rather catchy song was destroyed for many by a rather annoying internet meme, […]Tags: Baauer, Brooklyn, dance, electronic, Harlem Shake, Higher, Hip-Hop, India, internet, Jay-Z, Joseph Johnson, Just Blaze, meme, music, Nabil, Philly, The Wild Magazine, trap, video., violence
Summer is finally here, and that means the summer jams are out in full force.Â Poolside or fireside, sun or sleep, twerking or thinking, day or night, weâ€™ve got you covered. Every week weâ€™ll pick […]Tags: a color map of the sun, Bondax, Cathy Dennis, chess club, deep house, electronic music, Electronica, Generationals, House, Indie, j-lah, jungle, memory tapes, Michelle Chung, music, patrick baker, pretty lights, Shlohmo, songs for your summer, steve nalepa, Summer, Tame Impala, the acid, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, Todd Terje, trap
If the variety of remixes of their work is any testament to their popularity, Disclosure is clearly on everybody’s minds. But, of course, we already knew that. Since the release of their monumental debut single, […]Tags: Baauer, bicep, deep house, Disclosure, electronic music, Flume, fs green, full crate, House, Hudson Mohawke, jamie jones, juke, Kidnap Kid, max & pasteman, Medlar, mele, Michelle Chung, MNEK, music, Purity Ring, Remix, remixes, Settle, The Wild Magazine, The xx, Toro y Moi, trap, U.K.
There have been some great collaborations in the history of music: Bowie and Queen, Jackson and McCartney, Aerosmith and Run DMC, to name but a few. And it seems the chance of working with other […]Tags: bass music, beats, Canada, Hip-Hop, Hudson Mohawke, Joseph Johnson, lucky me, Lunice, music, new release, producers, Scotland, The Wild Magazine, trap, Warp