Transition to Something Different

The Bad News. I've had no way to post on the blog for I've been traveling in South America.

The Good News. Right before break my good friend Ryan (fellow music junkie) decided to join as a co-author on Infusica! Here's his first post!

Hi all, first post on Infusica; thanks to Alistair!

Recently I've been looking into some of the more obscure genres of electronica. I've listened to dubstep pretty much since its conception a couple years back but now I've been listening to glitch-hop, glitch-step, psybass...really obscure and definitely not like bangers to be throwing down at parties. However, glitch and the genres under its umbrella I have found that its really good for surfing the web, gaming, and long distance car rides. Glitch operates similarly to house (maybe like liquid too) in the regard that its constantly flowing. There are several blogging and internet radio sites that are sprouting up around the United States that are just about glitch and other genres like it.
This mix by psilogod is really stimulating, never a dull moment. I love this mix.

Exquisite Landscapes (Basstream Radio 5.17.11 Set) by psilogod

Some tracks:

Ravager - Raindrops (Samples & Kat1lyst Remix) by Simplify Recordings

Dave Sweeten and Nick Bliss - Perception Bender(Nick Bliss Mix) by Nick Bliss

Really good remix of Electrocado by heavenly father,

Electrocado The Crotch Thruster (Heavenly Father remix) by HEAVENLY FATHER

Lastly, this Bird of Prey essential mix is absolutely mind blowing. This is technically psy-step...but due to some hiphop influence I would call it glitchhop rather than psystep...but who cares?

Bird of Prey-Exclusive Mix on Basstream Radio by Bird of Prey

Thats it for me,

Ryan H.


Digital Farm Animals

Dubstep to electronica to trip-hop this guy treats music for what it really is. Digital Farm Animals comes out of London, England and I have to is superb. I couldn't find to much about his background but the low synths, slow tempo and insane vibratto, were enough for me. Defintelly going to look into his many albums.

Awaken by Digital Farm Animals

Sets The Blaze (Digital Farm Animals Remix) by Hope Sandoval

Second Best by Digital Farm Animals



From Glasgow, Britain, Soosh is a spectacular ambient artist. Definitively some "chilling on a rainy day" type stuff. I found him by noticing his newly released music video on Finest Ego.

Soosh -Rainbow Hiccups

Soosh - Take My Hand

Soosh - Farewell



Classifying this music as Future Garage just doesn't cut it. Out of London, England, SBTRKT stands behind the original music he produces. In an interview he explains this by saying,

"I'd rather not talk about myself as a person, and let the music speak for itself. The name SBTRKT is me taking myself away from that whole process. I'm not a social person, so having to talk to DJs to make them play a record is not something I want to do. It's more about giving them a record as an anonymous person and seeing whether they like it or not. If they play it, they play it."

I have to say, his music truly speaks for itself.

SBTRKT - Wildfire


SBTRKT - Ready Set Loop


SBTRKT -Sanctuary



This 19 year old, Sydney native adds to my list as one of my favorite artists. The sounds he pulls out of his many sound packs, plug-ins, hardware, etc. definitely shows in his smooth and unique music. Synth's are golden, beats are bumping and I couldn't ask for more. His music reminds me of artists such as Nosaj Thing and Toro Y Moi. Be sure to grab his "Sleepless" EP if you like what you hear.

Sleepless ft. Anthony For Cleopatra by Flume

Paper Thin by Flume

Onra - The Anthem (Flume Remix) by Flume



You can't get more up and coming than Beatsofreen. Coming out with his first full length album "Future Memories" this year, his beats shout classic. His music reminds me of producers such as J-Dilla and Nujabes. From the depths of Bodegraven, Netherlands he shows that old school hip-hop can come out of the least likely places. Beatsofreen is giving out his album free on bandcamp. If you like his stuff be sure to get his Global Soul EP on December 12.

Some of my personal favorite tracks on the album include In Jou, Romani, and Gratitude.

P.S. Support Infusica by sharing the blog with your friends. =)

Future Memories by Beatsofreen



Little is known about TroubleGum for he is a relatively unknown artist. This isn't to say that his popularity has been going up and that his music puts it down harder than ever.

TroubleGum - Kill Me I'm Sick (Preview)

TroubleGum - Blue Steel

Pendulum - The Island (TroubleGum Remix)


Gold Panda

Photo by Josh Hawaii

A rainy day finishing up my last paper. Listening to the new Gold Panda 12" "DJ Kicks" and loving the song Through Clouds. Ready to fly home tomorrow to see the fam and friends for a nice Thanksgiving Break.



From Heidelberg, Germany Essáy fits himself into a genre known as "Emotional Electronica". What I love about Essáy is his amazingly smooth melodies that make you want to groove out. He has been gaining a lot of popularity on SoundCloud and totally deserves it. I hope you enjoy his work as much as I do.

Essáy - Morning Mountain

Essáy - Old Times


Back on the Jam Wagon

Well I'm back and I haven't posted in this music blog for months. The blog was going well but I just got to busy. Just remembered the sensation of music hunting and now I'm writing in the blog again. I'll try to post as often as I can. Also the pic is from my friend Astra Lincoln, great stuff.

David's Lyre - Hidden Ground (DRUGS Remix)


Bamburai - Anotsu


The Knocks - Brightside (Jaybird Dubstep Remix)


Get it while its hot

Photo by Bob.. Gnarly

A few songs that are pretty different. Hope ya like em. Btw sucks but 240 is the only way i can play these youtube links.

The Cataracs - Wet

M83 - Midnight City

Opium Project - Hello Moskva (Dj Revyakin Remix)


Get It Going Music

Get Crackin.

Dj Fresh - Louder (Feat. Sian Evans) (Flux Pavilion And Doctor P Remix)


Calvin Harris - Bounce (Feat. Kelis)


Dada Life

Representing the Swedish house scene with groups like Swedish House Mafia, this duo knows how to make some great songs. Made up of Olle Cornéer and Stefan Engblom, they mix heavy melodies with heavy beats to make some heavy music. I hate describing music, see what you think.

Dada Life – White Noise / Red Meat


Dada Life - Unleash The Fucking Dada


Young Rebels and Francesco Diaz - Damascus (Dada Life Remix)


EDC Las Vegas

Back from Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas and man was it exciting. Over 200,000 people went to EDC over the three days and had many famous artists such as Skrillex, Steve Aoki and Benny Benassi. Here's some songs from the event.

Laidback Luke and Steve Aoki – Turbulence [feat. Lil Jon]


Avicii - Street Dancer


Above & Beyond - Sun & Moon (Kim Fai Remix) [feat. Richard Bedford]



The video explains it all.

SKisM - Rave Review


SKisM - Elixir


SKisM - Power



With an artist about section that says "I like to fuck shit up", Crizzly couldn't be explained better. His music hits you like a freight train and doesn't stop. Love the energy and intensity in Crizzly's work.

Willow Smith - Whip My Hair (Crizzly Remix)


A Lost People - Big Booty Bitches (Crizzly Remix)


Legend of Zelda - Lost Woods (Crizzly Remix)


Proper Villains, Digitalism, Scooter & Lavelle, Sue Cho

Photo by Anna Carbone

Your music dose.

Dev – Dancing In The Dark (Proper Villains Remix)


Digitalism - 2 Hearts


Scooter & Lavelle, Sue Cho - Beats Inside My Head


Jack Beats

Jack Beats is a collective between artists Plus One and Beni G. With an interesting mix between electro and dubstep this british group is bringing something new to the scene. Great stuff.

Jack Beats - Get Down


La Roux - Im Not Your Toy (Jack Beats Remix)


Jack Beats - Out of Body


Religion, Skrillex, Blue Satellite

Photo by carelessgreen

Fresh music.

Two Door Cinema Club - What You Know (Religion Remix)


Hey Sexy Lady - i SQUARE (Skrillex Remix)


Blue Satellite - SuperKAWAII



When I first heard Innerpartysystem, to tell you the truth, I wasn't impressed. It seemed like a lot of their music was way to mainstream and poppy. Being an electronica/industrial band, they have a range of songs between these two genres. I don't care for their industrial work to much but their more electronica songs are actually quite good! If anyone has any ideas on this artist comment below.

The Joy Formidable - Whirring (Innerpartysystem Remix)


Awolnation - Sail (Innerpartysystem Remix)


Innerpartysystem - American Trash

Innerpartysystem - American Trash (DallasK Remix)


The Twelves, Two Door Cinema Club, tUnE-yArDs, Felix Cartal

Photo by Masha Sardari

A range of tunes for your Enjoyment.

Btw if your really looking to get any of this music heres a little secret. Go to, search artist/song in the upper right hand corner using the category "Music Album/Artist". Useful tool.

Two Door Cinema Club - Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)


tUnE-yArDs - Bizness


Felix Cartal - L'Amour



Squarepusher or Tom Jenkinson is an exceptionally different artist. Having grown up in Chelmsford, Essex, England, this artist is a great example of England's electronica scene. His music is a mix between DnB and Breatbeat which can only truly be understood when you hear his music. See for yourself.

p.s. I won't be able to put download links for these songs. Sorry.

Squarepusher - Do You Know


Squarepusher - My Red Hot Car


Squarepusher - Hello Meow


Calvin Harris

For those that don't know Calvin Harris, he is a very famous Scottish music producer and singer. He definitely has a sound of his own with his music being in between electro and pop. I find the best word to describe his music is "catchy".

Thanks for reminding me of this artist Charlie.

Calvin Harris - Flashback


Calvin Harris - Colours


Calvin Harris - I'm Not Alone (Deadmau5 Remix)



Photo by Flying Mouse

This song goes hard. Btw from now on you can download these songs via the link from the post title. (click post title)

Skylar Grey - I'm Coming Home (Arion Remix)



Another song from Skrillex. Hard as always.

Skrillex - Reptile's Theme



Just bought my EDC tickets and man am I pumped to go. This song was off their promo video and man is it good.

Felguk feat. Sporty-O - 2nite



This has to be one of my favorite glitch hop artists period. Absolutely amazingly crafted hip hop beats with a set of synth's that just get you going. Definitely reminds me of artists like Flying Lotus, Mono/Poly and J Dilla. Check out this guys free full album "Precipitation" here. Sorry for not posting in awhile, just got off finals. Now I'm in summer so it should be much easier to post. Keep checking back for more stuff.

Xperiment - Rhythmic Philosophy


Xperiment - DissStance


Xperiment - Currently Flow by See-Saw Kids (Xperiment x B Lewis)


Kill the Noise 100th post

Well got back from my first rave and wow was it amazing. One of my favorite artists headlined and his set was absolutely amazing. I give him the honor of being the 100th post of Infusica.

Kill the Noise - Kill Kill Kill


Thieves Like Us - Drugs In My Body (Kill The Noise Remix)


Feed Me Feat. Kill The Noise - Muscle Rollers

Kill The Noise - Hey You



Photo by Matt Bell

Originally from Vancouver, Drivepilot knows how to get the party started. With his music ranging from electro to dubstep, Drivepilot pushes the envelop of electronica music. Check out his latest EP here.

Hall & Oates - Private Eyes (Drivepilot Remix)


Drivepilot - Fuck Yeah!


Drivepilot - Every Day


Florence And The Machine, The XX, Empire of the Sun, Johan Baath, Chrizz Luvly

Photo by Mary Robinson

Some tunes to bump.

You Got The Love (The XX Remix) - Florence and the Machine


Walking On A Dream (Johan Baath Remix) - Empire of the Sun


Fire In The Sky - Chrizz Luvly



Photo by Linden Tea

Straight out of Flying Lotus's Brainfeeder label, Mono/Poly just released his new EP, Manifestations. This album is fire with heavy, melodic synths and a funky beat. Here's a couple songs from the album.

Mono/Poly - Forest Dark


Mono/Poly - Glow


Snoop Dogg, Rusko, Sub Focus, Damian Marley, Nas

Photo by Sug Scott

Some bumpin music. For those that are wondering, the Snoop Dogg instrumental is from a song called Eastern Jam by Chase and Status. Thanks to Pat and Axel for music today.

Snoop Dogg - Snoop Dogg Millionaire


Rusko - Hold On (Sub Focus Remix)


Damian Marley and Nas - Nah Mean


Flying Lotus, Gold Panda, Tarkovsky, Tycho


Today I give you a set of songs apart from the usual. Found these recently and now they are part of my personal favorites. Differently more of a chill set.

Flying Lotus x Gold Panda x Tarkovsky


Gold Panda - You (The Second)

Tycho - Coastal Brake


Gauntlet Hair and Zeds Dead

Photo by Alex Geerken

A couple of songs for good listens. Each is a way different genre than the other.

Gauntlet Hair - I Was Thinking


The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter (Zeds Dead Remix)


Datsik, 2Pac, and John Frusciante

Two awesome songs.

Datsik - Firepower


2Pac - Still Ballin / John Frusciante - Murderers (Remix)


Drivepilot, Ratatat

Photo by suzykrimcheese

Some good ol' dubstep and a chill song to smooth it out.

Drivepilot - Every Day


Ratatat - Bustelo


Alex Kidd

It's been way to long since I last posted. Of course getting caught up by spring break and its great festivities. Well here's a great song I just recently found. 1:23 and the bumpin begins.

Alex Kidd - Unholy Grail


MGMT (Justice Remix)

Photo by Melissa Hamblin

Just found this great remix. Hope you like it.

MGMT - Electric Feel (Justice Remix)


Bass and Chill

Photo by Sug Scott

I've always had a taste for dubstep, but I've also had a taste for chill experimental. Here's a taste of both.

The Cataracs - Bass Down Low (Proper Villains Remix)


James Blake - The Wilhelm Scream


Adam Sky vs Mark Stewart (Crookers Remix)

Photo by piscue

Adam Sky vs Mark Stewart - We Are All Prostitutes (Crookers Remix)


Drake ft. Hyper Crush

Photo by Mary Robinson

Drake - Over (Hyper Crush Remix)


Kid Cudi vs. Crookers

Photo by Rowand Taylor

Kid Cudi vs. Crookers - Day & Nite


Flux Pavilion

This guy produces like a champ. Definitely one of my favorite artists, Flux Pavilion makes some of the hardest hitting Dubstep I know. From Towcester, UK this guy has been making music since 2009. Hope you like the drops.
So, small changes then big changes. I finally got as a url so everything will now be directed to this link. You can still get to the site by or You will also notice the new music players, this should reduce page load time. I will also be posting more often with less songs per post (unless its an artist or I feel nice).
The big change may take awhile but soon to come is a fully redesigned site off blogger and onto a web-host. This isn't a hundred percent for blogger has some good features but we'll see. Let me know how the changes go.
By the way I'll leave this post up here for a few days for everyone to see and there may be a possible online radio stream coming. ;)
Sincerely, Infusica.
p.s. You may want to add as your favorites instead of for some of the features on the original link don't work anymore.

DJ Fresh - Gold Dust (Flux Pavilion Remix)


Flux Pavilion -- I Can't Stop

Jamiroquai - Blue Skies (Flux Pavilion Remix)

Freestylers - Cracks (Flux Pavilion Remix)


Get It Going Set

Photo by ¿Quieres mirar la lavadora conmigo?

More Songs for a great weekend. That's all I have to say.
Passion Pit - Sleepyhead (Borgore Remix)

Uffie feat. Pharrell Williams - Add Suv (Armand Van Helden Vocal Remix)



For Your Pleasure

Man am I feeling confident with this weeks set. Really loving what I happened to find. Here's plenty of music to keep you all going for I'm swamped with work for the upcoming week. Hope you like the music.

Vaski - Lost My Mind

Imogen Heap - The Walk (Mt. Eden Remix)

Blue Foundation - Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix)

Kyle Andrews - Sushi



From the famous "The Glitch Mob", Boreta is truly a spectacular artist. His mix of Glitch and Dubstep go together to make some great head bobbin music.

Nosaj Thing - Coat of Arms (Boreta Remix)


Boreta - Bubblin' In The Cut

Boreta - Lobegrinder