How Do We Like Our “Stacks”? Filled With Dirty Audio.

Wait…what is this? Dirty Audio comes to us with yet another new label? Welcome to the MiR family Bassrush! Kicking off the work week we have the latest from Dirty Audio, a regular here on MiR. This time he works his magic over on Bassrush this time, adding more variety to his catalog with “Stacks”. The track is just the latest in Dirty Audio’s impressive list including: “Alien Cookies”,  “Used to Have It All”. “Ocho Cinco”, and “Roller Coaster”. While he has been busy with new tracks, Dirty also released a new sample pack via Splice. Plenty of sample work for your own tracks in the making. Sounds like being too busy right? Well on top of that Dirty even toured in Australia.

Now DA, are you ready to bring us “Stacks” on “Stacks” on “Stacks”? Alright, we just had to. If you thought that Dirty Audio couldn’t go harder than he already has, check out this track. “Stacks” urges us to turn the bass up as high as we can, just to make the drop even more epic. “Stacks” hits hard, cranks up the bass, and absolutely slays everyone on the dance floor his this new banger. The build-ups are massive and the drop pays off every time.

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Back From the Showcase: D.O.D. & Sunstars Release “Morph”

Protocol is back and is ready to bring a bit of sun back into out cloudy Sunday. Wrapping up our weekend coverage we have “Morph” the latest from D.O.D & Sunstars. While this trio may have just reached our attention, Sunstars has actually been making waves since 2014 with their first release “Reckless” over on Ultra Music. This has let to plenty of collaboration, production, and remix opportunities that have opened several new doors for the trio. There will only be more to come now that Sunstars has joined the ever-growing Protocol roster. While this may be D.O.D.’s first official release on Protocol, it is hardly his first. D.O.D.’s style has allowed him to release plenty of tracks on other major labels such as Spinnin’, Mad Decent, Size, and Axtone.

Are you ready to “Morph” with us, along with D.O.D. & Sunstars? This track is just the latest hard-hitting collaboration from Protocol’s repertoire, allowing both groups to be able to stretch their musical muscles and showcase what exactly they can do.  The track has an absolutely relentless bass line that is complete killer, especially when combined with synths so serrated that it turned out just perfect. “Morph” was originally played by D.O.D. & Sunstars at Protocol’s “5 Years of Protocol” showcase, but is now being played by speakers all around the world.

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NGHTMRE is Back With First Single from ii EP, “No Coming Down” Ft. Alex Wiley, Sky Montique

Artwork by Gino Belassen

We at MiR love it when we have artists keep coming back and bringing us more goodies. Wrapping up the work week we have the latest from NGHTMRE with “No Coming Down”, one of the first singles off of his upcoming EP ii. California native and based in Los Angeles, NGHTMRE has been rather forceful and busy in 2017 so far. With at least four major releases so far, including “Here Comes the Night” with DJ Snake and a Fat Joe remix, NGHTMRE continues to pummel was until we submit to his music. On top of everything, it is about time he kicked off a new tour known as the NGHTMRE Before Xmas. Be sure to check out tour dates below.

When you are about to release your EP, you need to be sure to release some of your best work to drive up the hype. NGHTMRE sure picked a banger to hype up his next EP ii. “No Coming Down” doesn’t just have NGHTMRE’s solid production work and beats behind it, but it expertly showcases Alex Wiley incredibly lyrical skill and flow. The track is a fantastic collaboration of three genres as they clash and mesh together into a decadent and unique result. “No Coming Down” allows NGHTMRE to truly show off where his prowess lies.

You can check out NGHTMRE’s tour dates here:

NGHTMRE Before Xmas Tour Upcoming Dates:

10/21 – Trap Nation x ADE – Amsterdam, Netherlands
10/27 – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience – New Orleans, LA
10/28 – Escape – San Bernardino, CA
10/29 – Something Wicked – Houston, TX
11/07 – Omnia – Las Vegas, NV
11/10 – Hakkasan – Las Vegas, NV
11/11 – EDC Orlando – Orlando, FL
11/17 – Hakkasan – Las Vegas, NV
11/18 – Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
11/22 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI
11/24 – Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
11/25 – Hakkasan – Las Vegas, NV
12/01 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT
12/02 – Hakkasan – Las Vegas, NV
12/16 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
12/21 – Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD
12/22 – House Of Blues – Boston, MA
12/23 – Terminal 5 – New York City, NY

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