“This Music Makes Me Want To Slap My Sister’s Fat Bum!” – Kids On Skrillex

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This video, via noisey, features a bunch of adorable kids offering their honest opinions on the Skrillex track, Bangarang.

Some of the comments are dead-on and others probably make more sense if you’re six years old.

Along the way, they also offer their insight into why people like to go to nightclubs, drinking drinks to stay awake, what ‘the drop’ is and Skrillex’s ‘horrifying’ hairstyle.

Let us know what you think of their review!

via Tom at Waveformless, Buzzfeed


Danoteck’s BEAT The Machine

Free Music Friday: Danoteck’s BEAT The Machine is described as “a fast paced Drum N’ Bass journey through the awakening of ‘Binary Emulation of Advanced Thought’ or B.E.A.T.- A Supercomputer that becomes self aware.”

But, while BEAT The Machine may be a drum and bass concept album, Danoteck doesn’t let the concept get the way of the music.

The album starts with about 10 seconds of deep synth drones. But about the time you think you put on a Hearts Of Space album by accident, Danoteck unleashes an unrelenting onslaught of machine gun rhythms and sub-shredding basslines. This is followed by an hour of face-grinding beats, heavy breaks and synth bass nastiness.

If you’re looking for something subtle, this probably isn’t it.

On the other hand, I listened to this while driving 200 miles across Western Kansas, and when I arrived at my destination, I was ready to break things with my bare hands.

You can download a few tracks from BEAT The Machine from the player above, or get the full album at Amazon.