Porter Robinson is on FIRE. The North Carolina native is absolutely chronic status. Oh, and he’s 18 years old. No big deal? Let me put this in perspective, this man could be headlining festivals less than a year after his prom. His electro-house skills will be talked about on the Wolfgang, Skrillex, Mau5 levels before he can legally drink alcohol.
#1) Less Go! (Porter Robinson Remix) – Spencer & Hill feat. Lil Jon
Just trying to feed you guys the crack. When you listen to this, its impossible not to note the already established resemblance to the aforementioned studs of Gartner and and Deadmau5. Extremely impressive.
#2) Seek Bromance (Porter Robinson Remix) – Tim Berg
Throws an epic electro-house drop on one of the most recognized house tracks of the year. DOPE show. I really can’t get over this kid.
The 21 year old Swedish stud kills it again. This guy is on a tear and ended his U.S. tour Saturday night (Jan. 15) @ club GLOW at Fur night club in Washington D.C. I only wish I was there to witness what turned out to be an epic set concluding at 4:30 A.M. with his “Set Me Free” mix posted below. Highly recommend scoping it with a few other new jams that were dropped. Avicii is going straight to the top 15. Believe it…
1) Set Me Free (Avicii Mix) – Phonat
This mix is FIRE. 4:30 conclusion to his set – wow. Shout out to MBS and J-Mill for filling me in. I’m jealous. I know you guys killed it.
2) Rapture (Avicii New Generation Extended Mix) – Nadia Ali
If you haven’t heard this yet, you are missing out. CRACK. Avicii shows off his Progressive House skills and proves the fact that he has got it all and covers so many different genres in his sets.
3) Make My Heart (Avicii’s Replacer Mix) – Toni Braxton
Another dank remix. Avicii continues to post new music at an unbelievable rate. He’s a prodigy.
1) Alcoholic (Original Mix)-Tim Berg
Tim Berg, responsible for one of summer’s most massive tracks, “Bromance”, follows up his smash hit with a progressive track so rough around the edges it deserves commendation. I didn’t fully believe in this track until I heard that Aoki dropped it during his electric zoo set, and then, in the context of a mild track being sandwiched between two bangers, it all made sense. You’ll dig it.