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Bombs Away Set To Perform At Australia Future Music Festival 2013!

Need your Bombs Away fix? Of course you do! Luckily, the kings of partying will be performing alongside greats such as M.I.A., Azealia Banks, The Stone Roses, Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, Ellie Goulding, The Prodigy, Nervo, Dizzee Rascal, Hardwell, Rita Ora, Fun., Bloc Party, Alesso, and many, many more! The festival runs from March 2nd-11th, and the tickets are selling fast, so make sure to get yours now for the ultimate chance to get your skull rocked!

Styles&Complete Remix Bombs Away’s Summer Anthem Super Soaker

Styles&Complete are a production duo from North Carolina. A-Styles and DJ Complete  infuse  Dirty South Hip Hop with their own unique brand of Electronic Music known as, “DirtySouthElectroSwag” . They were already featured on New Music Seminar’s “Top 100 Emerging Artists” list and received over 600k Soundcloud plays in their first year. To date, they have shared the stage with Steve Aoki, Datsik, Alvin Risk, The White Panda and The Deans List. Styles&Complete have unleashed a killed remix of Bombs Away’s international summer anthem, Super Soaker. Check out the mix below, and let us know what you think!

Dillon Francis’ Electrified Take On Moombahton

The Creators Project features an awesome review exploring the emergence of  Moombahton through the eyes of one of the genre’s biggest names, Dillon Francis.

“Jumping on a musical style while it’s just emerging gives one the opportunity to shape it. In 2009, when the BPM rate of the world’s dance music was either speeding up or going cut-time with dubstep variations, DJ Dave Nada, Munchi, and their contemporaries found a new tempo to rock at. The speed was 110 BPMs and the style was called Moombahton, referencing the influence of reggaeton and a remix of the track “Moombah,” Nada’s early experiment with the slowed down rhythm.

The result was an infectious dance floor rhythm spread over the internet that began to catch the ears of DJs around the world. One of these DJs was Dillon Francis, a kid from Los Angeles who found inspiration in the style and applied the format to his own production, coming out with his own electrified brand of Moombahton. It was this sound that reached the ears of Diplo, Sinden, Steve Aoki, and respected DJs everywhere who recognized Francis’ talent for making a new and unconventional kind of dance music,” – The Creator’s Project

Click here for the original article, and check out interview below.