This is way too poppy for my taste, but I can’t lie…it is catchy. And it’s free. And Singularity is a very talented young producer. Pay attention. Show him some love via Facebook.
First off, what the fuck does “Progology” mean? Now that that is out of the way…this song is pure fuego. Chrizz Luvly is nasty electro music, and I like it…a lot. ”Progology” features some intense electro, a dope, funky drop, and a simply fantastic progressive synth melody. Not much more you could ask for here. Let’s just say, I am impressed. Seriously impressed. And slighty excited. I will also leave you with this bit of truth I picked up from another site in the blogosphere…”Huge douche + Fantastic Music = Chrizz Luvly.” Google him, and you will know.
These guys crush the mashups…
If you recall, I started this whole “Bootylicious” post awhile back. It focuses on mashups, bootlegs and edits that I have heard, accumulated and/or been playing recently, and as a supplement, we provide some classy photos of fine tushies. What more could you ask for?The menu for this week is impressive. Enjoy!
Ever since I found his mashup with Otto Knows “Million Voices” and “Fix You” by Coldplay, I have been following Zach on Soundcloud. He has support from big artitsts like Thomas Gold and always has solid ideas for fraiche new booties. Get familiar.
Third Culture has become an AYNE regular. Kyle Smith hails from Singapore and has a great ear. Check out his latest two mashups below. His new “Hype Mix” is one of the best true mashups have ever heard.
These ones are bit naughtier. Late night party crowd favorites.
And we finish it off with a few summery tunes. Crowd pleasers if you will.
It’a a party on the beach. Lessssgo.
Some of dat poppy shiiiat. For the ladies.
Sunkissed skin, cold beer, and I’m fine today.
This remix is definitely among my favorite versions of this track. Manu hits the nail right on the head with his chill vibes, dreamy melodies, and nice synth work.
Say hello to your new favorite song.
Here’s to bold moves and seizing the moment.
Ready for your new favorite song? Cause AYNE brings it to you first. One of my favorite DJ/Producers that is on the “up-and-up,” Lee Morrison, just released his latest edit of the power-packed, melodic anthem “Rubin” from Whelan & Di Scala. What did he add? Oh yea, the biggest panty-dropper to the pop charts since Britney Spears’ “Baby One More Time.” This one will go viral in a day…maybe less.
Whelan & Di Scala feat. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Rubin (Lee Morrison Edit) - $$$$$ One of the best melodic house anthems I have heard all year brilliantly combined with the ever-so-catchy lyrics from “Call Me Maybe.” Can’t really go wrong here.