Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Monday, January 30, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
The bootleg/remix/mashup killer that is 3LAU has just hit us with his newest creation and it is one of his best yet. For this one he put Adele's "Set Fire To The Rain" together with Michael Calfan's "Resurrection" and it is an absolute BANGER. We've heard a lot of great material from 3LAU lately but this may be his best track yet. Anything with Adele's vocals and a house beat like this is never a bad thing. Don't just take my word for it, check it out below and hit the download link, this is a MUST download.
2) Hardwell - Spaceman
3) Moguai - Mpire
4) Walden vs Lights - Brightness Breaks Glass (Hyperbits Mashup)
5) Rebecca & Fiona - Jane Doe (Albin Myers Remix)
6) Olav Basoski - The Rain
7) Dirty South & Thomas Gold - Eyes Wide Open
8) Inpetto - No More Serious Faces
9) Jared Dietch - You're Not Alone (Gregori Klosman Remix)
10) DBN vs Darwin & Backwall - Gimme Gimme (Alex Lamb Remix)
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Fresh off the release of their EP and their monster hit "Safe and Sound", Capital Cities is back with a little retro lovin'. A chilled out cover of Pink Floyd's "Breathe" spiced up with some verses from the late great Tupac Shakur. Capital Cities definitely does not dissapoint with this extremely laid-back track.
Hit the links below to get some free music off of Capital Cities Facebook Page.
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Joe Cool's swag is on another level. Austin of Entourage Management Group shot over Joe's new visuals to "Ghetto Bass", one of my favorite tracks off of Joe's mixtape "Cooley Hi". Self-produced, "Ghetto Bass" has that head-bumping beat and smooth verses to accompany the relaxed hook.
“After watching one of the best Sundays in NFL history, we decided to make a Super Bowl inspired track this week. Cal sank into depression following the Giant’s improbable victory in 2007, but is excited for redemption. Sweet, sweet redemption. And who doesn’t love Queen."
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
This one comes courtesy of the guys over at Vibe To This. Bay Area producer Viceroy unleashes the second installment of his Jet Life Series. Never really heard Biggie mashed up with some Jamacian sounds, but I definitely dig it. Kinda goes with the summer-like weather in NYC today.
To download this track all you need to do is hit the link below to "Like" Viceroy's Facebook page. Support the artist and grab this dope track.
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I've been on an indie kick for a little while now. Artists like Capital Cities, M83, Miike Snow, The Naked and Famous, Cold War Kids, and etc. One song that I always had on repeat was "Rill Rill" by Sleigh Bells. Sleigh Bells is an a pop duo out of the BK, composed of Derek Miller (guitar, producer) and Alexis Krauss (vocals). While you'll see that "Rill Rill" is smooth and laid-back, "Comeback Kid" is the exact opposite; featuring harder riffs sounding eerily like a 90's pop song. This is the first single off their sophomore effort "Reign of Terror". Check out the 80's influenced video, Breakfast Club anyone? I have a feeling you'll have Sleigh Bells on repeat too. Check out "Rill Rill" below and download "Comeback Kid".
Sleigh Bells - Comeback Kid [Click To Download]
Monday, January 23, 2012
The main man KAM Royal is back. KAM must have seen our post about BrunoJackson featuring his verse from their track "Alright" , because he just dropped the new visuals to "Rap Guys (Don't Trip)". This is the first single of KAM's new project "Quit Your Day Job". As always from him, KAM just has that smooth wordplay that fits perfectly with Kid Vision's laid-back beat. KAM has been impressive with each of his mixtape releases so far and I have a feeling QYDJ is going to be his best one. It's good to see KAM is back in the game, he's been missed on Stags Flow! Hit the links below to stay up on our dude!
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KAM Royal - Rap Guys (Don't Trip) [Click To Download]
You know this was going to happen. A hot track with a bass-heavy beat drops and everyoneee wants to remix it. "The Motto" looks like it's going to be that track right now. Add Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs to the list of Nelly, Gucci, Tinie Tempah, Mario, etc to remix Drake's "The Motto". To be honest, I think this is the best one. Freddie kilssss it.
BrunoJackon's debut album "Baby Marmalady" has been a long-time in the making. Stags Flow was fortunate enought to come in contact with VA natives Jackson Breit and Bryce Humphrey through my man KAM Royal. Since then, the hip-hop / pop duo has not dissappointed, providing some extremely dope releases. It seems like you guys dig them too, because they have some of the most viewed posts on the site. "Baby Marmalady" follows the same signature style that you've come accustomed to if you've listened to BrunoJackson before. Bryce drops some heavy hittin verses, Jackson provides the silky smooth hooks with his vocals, and a mix of bass-thumping and laid-back beats. That's what we enjoy about BrunoJackson: they provide jams over different sounding beats. You can have a perfect party track like "Back It Up Slow" or a easy-going track like "Put it Down". Other than the feature from KAM Royal, everything from the production, hooks, verses, swag is all BrunoJackson. "Baby Marmalady" is the next step for BrunoJackson and it definitely looks like it's not going to be their last. Although we have only provided few preview tracks below, I urge you guys to check out the full album link because you'll enjoy each track thoroughly. Hit the links below to stay up on the guys.
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UPDATE: I guess we're going to turn this into a full introduction post because I caught a few of Travi$ other tracks and I was blown away. The two tracks added were "Analogue" and "That B!tch Crazy". "Analogue" comes off extremely smooth, with Travi$ vibin' back and forth between a pop-hip/hop sound. On the otherhand, "That B!tch Crazy" has a darker, more Kid Cudi-sounding feel. Tony Loney provides the visuals for that as well. Travi$ is unbelievably creative and he's really forming his own path in the music scene. As I've stated before, everything you hear is Travi$. His future as an artist / producer is extremely bright. He was just named the #1 up and coming artist by the official blog for Virgin Records. Word is that he was just in the studio with Theophilus London. Looks like the sky is the limit for Travi$ Scott.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
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B.o.B - Rack City Freestyle [Click To Download]
Thursday, January 19, 2012
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Rusko feat. Amber Coffman & Ty (Ty X Gspence) - Hold On [Click To Download]
Cris Cab is on another level. His smooth soothing vocals provide some of the best summer feelin' tracks. Bring you right back to the days of hangin' on the beach with friends. As we near closer to the release of his Echo Boom Mixtape on January 31st, Cris Cab is back with new music, and this time he brings along Grammy Award winning super producer Wyclef Jean. "Put in Work" is simply a dope laid-back anthem that every guy can relate to. I mean....co-signed by Pharrel, now working with Wyclef, what's next for the young rising artist.
Put In Work (prod. by Wyclef & Sedeck) by Cris Cab
Also, Cris will be performing live in New York at SOB's on Tuesday, July 31. Get your tickets here
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