{HOUSE} Hardwell – Encoded

He’s only 23 years old and the new kid on block in the dance music industry. He’s getting support from Tiesto and Guetta and after producing a bootleg of Steve Angello‘s song “Show Me Love” and Laidback Luke‘s “Be” in 2010 that became one of the biggest dance music hits that year….he’s quickly rising to fame. If you’ve seen his name recently you’ve probably seen it as “ft. Hardwell” or “remixed by Hardwell”. Over the last year he has done a variety of remixes of songs by Armin Van Buuren, Bob Sinclair, Sharam, Fedde Le Grand, Tiesto, and Steve Angello. His style is similar to Swedish House trio and somewhat close to also rookie, Nicky Romero.

Hardwell – Encoded (Original Mix)

Here are some of the mixes he’s done in the past as well:

{POP/ELECTRO} Bloody Beetroots – Till the World Ends

Okay….Britney Spears is absolutely terrible. However, whoever her producer is, he is a effin genius. Props to whoever that guy is because everytime she comes out with a new song it is right up to par with whatever kind of beats are trending in the music industry. A.K.A. #dubstep in Hold It Against Me. Talk about perfect timing.

This brings me to the point of this post…even though Britney Spears may suck as an artist the background music/beats are awesome. And to make things better I stumbled upon an amazing remix of her song “Till the World Ends” by The Bloody Beetroots.

The duo is known for their crazy Spiderman masks and their use of a MIDI board in their live performances. (not many DJS can produce the same song from scratch live). Steve Aoki and the Beetroots produced a great track called Warp 1.9 a while back for those of you that have not heard it (with a SICK music video!!).

So here you go, Britney Spears torn to pieces by 2 Spidermans and then brought back to life:

And another Roots remix ft. The Cool Kids:

The Bloody Beetroots Feat. The Cool Kids – Awesome