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1. 2016 BHANGRA MASHUP - DJ RB (DHOL & BASS)| LATEST PUNJABI SONGS REMIXED

2016 BHANGRA MASHUP - DJ RB (DHOL & BASS)| LATEST PUNJABI SONGS REMIXED

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2. Bass Songs - SubWoofer Test - Big Bass

Bass Songs - SubWoofer Test - Big Bass

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4. Growing Up (Sloane's Song) Feat. Ed Sheeran

Growing Up (Sloane's Song) Feat. Ed Sheeran

Free Download here: http://www.growingupsong.com http://youtu.be/6mhtJduoCZ0 I wish that I could say that I was in a “better place” when I found out the news. It would make for a far more polished and respectable story. But I think back to that night: praying on the floor at 2am as Tricia went to the bathroom to take the pregnancy test I’d just purchased from Walgreens. I was scared. Scared to start working on new music. Scared of trying again and failing. Scared of the process of staring at myself through a page and seeing someone that I wasn’t proud of. Someone that I didn’t like. Someone that wasn’t ready to be a dad. I’ve always had some make-believe image in my head of who I would be as a father. I held on to clear expectations of where I wanted be in my career, my age, my level of self-care, and my maturity. I basically assumed that I'd have it all together. But in actuality the hypothetical “dad" version of me looked completely different than the man whose heart was beating out of his chest on the carpet, praying to a god or spirit I hadn’t talked to in months. When Tricia walked out of the bathroom, I knew. And I knew I had to change. 5 months later we were recording in a remote cabin away from the density that is Seattle. I was finally having fun in the studio for the first time in years. Songs were getting made, finally. I was going back to the city once a week to attend a birthing class with Tricia. When I got back to the cabin the next day, Ryan had made a new beat that would eventually become the song you’re listening to. Half of it is advice about growing up. The other half is trying to figure out how to grow up myself. When you try to escape yourself, life has an interesting way of creating situations that force you to come back. To look at who you are. This is why “Growing up” felt like the right song to re-emerge with. It’s where I’ve been the last year, through all the ups and downs. We didn’t want to do a big campaign or anything over the top with this. We just wanted to put out good music, directly to the people that have been here since the beginning. Thank you for your patience. Hope you enjoy. And if you’re wondering… Our daughter, Sloane Ava Simone Haggerty was born 2 months ago on May 29th. There is nothing like the joy and happiness that comes from bringing a baby into this universe. She has filled my heart in ways that I never knew were possible. She is the love of my life. This song is for her. -Ben Credits Performed by Macklemore Produced by Ryan Lewis Featuring Ed Sheeran Written by: B. Haggerty; R. Lewis; E. Sheeran; J. Karp; O. Arunga; J. Rawlings Bass by Joshua "Budo" Karp Piano by Joshua Rawlings and Joshua "Budo" Karp Guitar by Ryan Lewis and Joshua "Budo" Karp Trumpet by Owuor Arunga Trombone by Greg Kramer Vibraphone by Susan Pascal Group Vocals by Deshe' Brooks, Tanisha Brooks, Sherri Charleston, Josephine Howell, Dana Jackson, Karma Johnson, Russell Leonce, Shaunyce Omar, Sally Reavis, Austin Rickel, Francisca Shaw, Maelu Strange and Liah Walker Mixed by Jon Castelli Mastered by Dale Becker Engineered by Stephen Hogan Assistant Engineered by Dave West (London Bridge Studios) and Scott Cedarholm (Avast Studios) Engineer for mix Ryan Nasci Macklemore Publishing (BMI) Ryan Lewis Publishing (BMI) Gutterfunk (ASCAP) Arunga Music (BMI) Joshua Rawlings (ASCAP) Ed Sheeran Limited and Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ed Sheeran appears courtesy of Asylum Records UK Ltd © 2015 Macklemore, LLC. All rights reserved.

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5. Glorious feat Skylar Grey - Produced by Joshua "Budo" Karp

Glorious feat Skylar Grey - Produced by Joshua

Macklemore Glorious feat. Skylar Grey Performed by Macklemore and Skylar Grey Produced by Joshua "Budo" Karp Additional Production by Tyler Dopps Written by: B. Haggerty; H. Hafermann; J. Karp; T. Andrews; T. Dopps Lyrics by Ben Haggerty and Holly Hafermann Additional Vocals by Donna Missal Trombone by Raymond Mason Trumpet, Flügelhorn & Euphonium; Horn Arrangements by Todd M. Simon Piano by Joshua “Budo” Karp Bass by Joshua “Budo” Karp Drum Programming by Joshua “Budo” Karp Synth by Tyler Dopps Additional Background Vocals by Adam Aejaye Jackson, Niomisha Renee Wilson, Oren Waters, Valerie Pinkston, Brenda McClure, Harrison White, Will Wheaton, and Bridgett Bryant Additional Piano by Josh Rawlings Additional Drum Programming by Tyler Dopps Mixed by Jon Castelli at The Gift Shop, DTLA Mastered by Dale Becker Engineered by Tyler Dopps Additional Engineering by Nick Mac and Sean Kellett Engineer for Mix Ingmar Carlson Macklemore Publishing (BMI) Z Songs (BMI) Gutterfunk (ASCAP) Tyler Andrews (ASCAP) Dopps Tyler Matthews (BMI) Skylar Grey appears courtesy of Kid In A Korner / Interscope Records © 2017 Bendo, LLC. All rights reserved.

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6. LOUDEST Bass Songs! 2011

LOUDEST Bass Songs! 2011

LOUDEST Bass Songs! 2011 NEW DJ aSHIsH

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11. Trojans

Trojans

Our debut album "When It Was Now," is now available on iTunes- smarturl.it/atlas Subscribe for more new music on YouTube- bit.ly/W8yTQS iTunes - www.smarturl.it/atlas Facebook- facebook.com/atlasgenius Twitter- twitter.com/atlasgenius Tour Dates- atlasgenius.com/tour Lyrics to Trojans: Take it off Take it in Take off all the thoughts of what we've been Take a look Hesitate Take a picture you could never recreate Write a song make a note for the lump that sits inside your throat Change the locks, change the scene Change it all but can't change what we've been Your trojan's in my head It's ok if it's gone The thoughts that you had that it was the one And oh what is left? For all those times is that what you get? Oh regardless The walls get painted anyway Oh you're guarding The gates, but it all got away Your trojan's in my head Take it off Take it in Take off all the thoughts of what we've been Take a look Hesitate Take a picture you could never recreate Write a song make a note for the lump that sits inside your throat Change the locks, change the scene Change it all but can't change what we've been About Atlas Genius- The members of Adelaide, Australia’s Atlas Genius do things a little differently….They set about building a studio where they could write and record music for their newly formed band 3 years before they even played their first live show as Atlas Genius. For two years, they devoted their days to constructing their dream studio and spent their nights performing songs by The Police, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones at local pubs to pay the bills. “We really got down and dirty with dry walling and literally laying the floorboards, and at the same time we were taking a couple of days a week to focus on writing songs,” recalls Keith Jeffery, Atlas Genius’s vocalist/guitarist. "We had a lot of song ideas and it was important to us to have our own studio where we could experiment and hone in on our sound," adds brother and drummer, Michael Jeffery. The studio was designed and outfitted by the brothers with the help of their father (who comes from a music and engineering background). Once the studio was complete, the first song that Atlas Genius finished was a song called “Trojans,” which they wrote, recorded and produced in collaboration with their friend, keyboardist Darren Sell. After many weeks tweaking the song, Michael insisted that the song was ready to be heard outside of the studio walls. Within an hour, “Trojans” was on the Triple J Unearthed Website, SoundCloud, and for sale via TuneCore on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify worldwide. “We had begun to think that music was a pipedream and we had all gone back to university to pursue more realistic careers,” says Keith. “We’d had such a long slog of playing late nights and working all day, and it felt like we didn’t really have anything to show for it.” But then, in the midst of cramming for their Fall 2011 semester final exams, Neon Gold discovered “Trojans” on the Triple J Unearthed Website and wrote a post praising “Trojans” as a song sure to “invade your head, all dressed up in a clever disguise of earnest vocals riding a hooky riff.” Checking the band’s email account for the first time in over a month, the band found that dozens of record labels, publishers, lawyers, booking agents and management companies from all over the world had contacted them. “We were trying to focus on school, but it was just impossible,” recalls Keith. “So we said, ‘There’s something going on here. Let’s get back to the music.’” The band added manager, Jonny Kaps from +1, to their extended family to navigate all of the interest as the band focused on writing and recording more songs. Quickly named an iTunes Single of the Week in Australia and New Zealand, “Trojans” reached #4 on Hype Machine by the end of May. In August, SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Alt-Nation discovered the song on a blog and decided to give it some spins. There was an immediate reaction from listeners, and in September, “Trojans” was placed into heavy rotation, where it maintained a top-five position on the listener-generated Alt-18 countdown and peaked at number one for 4 consecutive weeks in January 2012. “Trojans” began selling over a thousand tracks per week on U.S. iTunes and soon climbed to 45,000 sales - all with zero promotional efforts from the still-unsigned Atlas Genius. “Knowing we had this audience that was waiting on new songs, we had a much greater sense of purpose than we had before,” says Keith. “It was really exciting to know that there were people who wanted to hear more of our music.” Although labels were clamoring for the band to come to the U.S. and play a series of showcase gigs, Atlas Genius turned down those offers in favor of staying in Adelaide to keep writing and recording new songs. In February 2012, after months of communicating with numerous labels via Skype, the band chose to travel to the US in order to make their label decision. “We’d never been to America before,” says Keith. “We flew in at night and saw this sea of lights, and it really became apparent to us how massive the U.S. is. It was pretty intimidating - like ‘How do we fit into all this?’” In April 2012, the band returned to the states having made their decision to sign with Warner Bros. Records. “We felt a connection with them,” notes Keith. “Everyone there feels very creative and dedicated to the music.” The band’s first release from their new label home, the EP Through The Glass (produced, engineered and mixed by the band), came out in June of 2012. With Through The Glass completed, Atlas Genius then holed up in its studio and worked on writing and recording its first full-length album, while at the same time rehearsing for their first ever tour. The tour started in August 2012 and led to three more tours back to back taking them thru to the end of the year. Thus, their full-length debut was finished up between tour dates and got completed just before Christmas 2012. When It Was Now is set for a US release on February 19th, 2013, with an international release to follow soon after. The debut captures Atlas Genius’s singular combination of sophisticated musicality and warm, wistful spirit. Infused with a classic sensibility, each of the songs would fit seamlessly if somehow slipped into a long-treasured mixtape. On the shimmering “Symptoms,” for instance, taut keyboard riffs mesh with urgent acoustic strumming before the band bursts into a gently frenetic, guitar-drenched chorus. Meanwhile, “Back Seat” blends its pulsing bass throb with a sweetly infectious beat and tender vocals that alternately soar and sigh. And on “Trojans,” Atlas Genius begins with a restrained guitar melody and vocal (“Take it off, take it in/Take off all the thoughts of what we’ve been”) before giving way to the handclap-accented, harmony-soaked refrain and lush yet kinetic bridge. “It’s still surreal,” says Keith of all that’s happened over the past 18 months. “I think when we were very young, we had hopes that something like this might happen one day,” he continues. (Thanks largely to encouragement from their Beatles fanatic parents, who encouraged the brothers to begin playing music by age 14.) “But then you grow up a bit and it seems less and less likely. So when we put ‘Trojans’ out, we figured it would be a success if maybe a hundred people heard it. We don’t want to force our music onto anyone. Our goal is to write songs that we love and we hope they connect with other people too.”

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13. Bass Songs

Bass Songs

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15. BASS SONGS

BASS SONGS

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16. Awake

  • Published: 2013-10-14T14:41:02Z
  • By Tycho
Awake

Tycho "Awake" LP on Ghostly International Release date: MARCH 18, 2014 Purchase "Awake": shop.iso50.com/collections/awake formats: CD/LP/DIGITAL artwork by: ISO50 For nearly a decade, Tycho has been known as the musical alias of Scott Hansen, but with the release of Awake – his second LP for Ghostly International – the solo project has evolved into a three-piece band. Relating closer to post-rock than ambient soundscapes, the record is situated in the present, sounding more like Hansen than drawing from his influences. “This is, in many ways, the first true Tycho record.” Following 2011’s Dive LP, the San Francisco-based designer toured extensively, and with a full band on stage, his sound coalesced into a percussive, organic whole. Zac Brown (guitars, bass) rejoined Scott on the road for this tour, but it was the particular addition of Rory O’Connor’s live drumming that ultimately sent Hansen back to the studio with a more precise vision. “After the tour, I decided that I wanted to capture the more energetic, driven sound of the live show on the next album,” Hansen recalls. Bringing musicians into Tycho’s creative process was a step towards expanding his own songwriting and advancing the project beyond its current sound. In a cabin near Tahoe last winter, Zac and Scott began fleshing out the structure of the new record, but it wasn’t until they set up shop in the hills of Santa Cruz with Rory that it all fell into place. “It crystallized the vision of how the drums would come to the forefront on this record,” says Hansen. The sound was much more stripped-down and concise with more organic instruments in the fold. Songs like “Montana” and “Awake” are a departure from Tycho’s previous material – unique to the group effort poured into the songs on the new record – while “See” and “Dye” echo ideas from previous works, bridging a middle ground between the old and new. Working with Count Eldridge, who also engineered Dive, the team could fixate on the pulses that Tycho might previously layer under synthesizers and exhume them with distinct bass and guitar patterns. Also known for his design work as ISO50, Hansen’s visual and sonic efforts have dovetailed throughout the course of his career. “This is the first time in my life I've dropped everything to focus on one artistic pursuit,” notes Hansen. Previous Tycho releases came to fruition when an amalgam of songs were nearing completion, but Awake is where music becomes the focus and true expression becomes the result. WEB - www.tychomusic.com TWITTER - www.twitter.com/iso50 FB - www.facebook.com/tychomusic YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/user/iso50 INSTAGRAM - @iso50

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17. Mumford & Sons - Little Lion Man

  • Published: 2009-09-14T22:31:25Z
  • By Stayloose
Mumford & Sons - Little Lion Man

Mumford & Sons release their debut album, ‘Sigh No More’ through Gentlemen Of The Road / Island Records on the 5th October 2009. It will be preceded by a new single, ‘Little Lion Man’, on the 28th September. Fresh from a series of acclaimed festival appearances throughout the summer, Mumford & Sons deliver their eagerly anticipated debut album as one of Britain’s most beguiling young acts in years. Creating a gutsy, old-time sound that marries the magic of Crosby, Stills & Nash with the might of Kings of Leon, the incredible energy of Mumford & Sons draws us quickly into their circle of songs: to the warmth of their stories and to this magical community of misty-eyed men. Since the band formed in late 2007, their primary goal has been to make music that matters. Mumford & Sons are Marcus Mumford (vocals, guitar, bass drum, and tambourine strapped to his left foot and right), Ben Lovett (keyboards), Country Winston (banjo, dobro, electric guitar) and Ted Dwane (bass). By the beginning of this year, the band had already been shortlisted for the BBC Sounds Of 2009 Poll. Making the road their rolling home is what has made Mumford & Sons who they are today. Word spread quickly, from navigating The Thames on a boat from Camden to Oxford, to selling out London’s ICA, by way of SXSW and an American tour, the following was building fast. The live show has since turned into a real spectacle, and a euphoric event. With three limited edition, self-produced EPs under their belt, the band will precede the release of ‘Sigh No More’ with the single, ‘Little Lion Man’ – already acknowledged by Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show as ‘The Hottest Record In The World Today’. This extraordinary debut was produced by Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Bjork, The Maccabees), who actively encouraged the band to be more instinctive, to be more themselves, and strengthen their already-powerful musical personality. The album begins with the powerful title track, Sigh No More, a statement of intent that references the romantic language of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, as the four men sing together in glorious unison: "Love it will not betray you, dismay or enslave you / It will set you free / Be more like the man you were made to be." Amongst darkly reflective tracks such as Thistle & Weeds and ballads like White Blank Page, Winter Winds and Roll Away Your Stone, by contrast, show the band's sprightlier side, the rollicking banjo of the former conjuring up stormy weather that "litters London with lonely hearts"; the latter a fabulous hoedown about a man unsuccessfully filling the hole in his soul. As the album moves on, this fervour never dies. After a wild lashing out in the murderous fable of Dust Bowl Dance, After The Storm arrives, the only track Mumford and Sons wrote in the studio, away from the live stage they knew so well. It stands an incredibly moving final track to an incredibly moving album – the story of a man scared of what's behind and what's before, and creates a considered conclusion to the band’s epic debut album. Mumford & Sons’ live reputation goes before them, and now their incredible debut reveals the extent of their magic and majesty on record. Feel the fire in your belly and the romance in your heart as you listen, let your voice break into rapture – and you too sigh no more.

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18. High Rated Gabru | Extreme Bass Mix | Guru Randhawa | Billionaire Music | Punjabi Songs 2017

High Rated Gabru | Extreme Bass Mix | Guru Randhawa | Billionaire Music | Punjabi Songs 2017

High Rated Gabru (Guru Randhawa) Orignal music by Manj. Recreated by Billionaire Music subscribe = https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoGgNWnPwk8ddC5KKWOCJFw?view_as=subscriber Lyrics of the song= Haye ni haye nakhra tera ni High rated gabru nu maare Haaye ni munde pagal ho gaye ne Tere gin gin lakk de hulare (x2) Teri tedhi tedhi takni kamaal kar gayi Aankhan na aankhan na tu sawal kar gayi Haan haan.. Teri tedhi tedhi takni kamaal kar gayi Ankhan na ankhan na tu sawal kar gayi Daily de kinne marde ne Te kinne pehla tu maare Haaye ni haaye nakhra tera ni High rated gabru nu maare Haye ni munde paagal ho gaye ne Tere gin gin lakk de hulare (Hun ye nakhra..) Nakk vich paaya koka kehar kamounda aa Hath vich paaya chooda Hath vi na aunda aa (x2) Tere te shartan la la ke (Baby!) Roz kinne ne haare Haye ni haye nakhra tera ni High rated gabroo nu maare Haaye ni munde paagal ho gaye ne Tere gin gin lakk de hulaare (Hun ye nakhra..) Guru de haaye dil te Dimaag utte chha gayi Beautiful hoju je tu zindagi ch aa gayi Haaye ni Guru de haye dil te Dimaag utte chha gayi Beautiful hoju je tu zindagi ch aa gayi Mainu hun chhed de rehnde ne Sab puchhde ne tere baare Haaye ni haaye nakhra tera ni High rated gabru nu maare Haye ni munde paagal ho gaye ne Tere gin gin lakk de hulaare Tere bin nahi main jeena Marr hi jaana aa.. (Baby you're the one) Kinni sohni lagdi sonh haye Rabb di (You're hotter than the sun) Haan sachi muchi hun tenu love karda Dil wali gal kehno dil darda Ban meri, ban meri queen sohniye Dekh kalla jatt tera king warga Haaye ni haaye nakhra tera ni High rated gabru nu maare Haaye ni munde pagal ho gaye ne Tere gin gin lakk de hulare (x2)

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19. Scumbag - Bro Safari

  • Published: 2012-10-18T23:12:55Z
  • By DJ80
Scumbag - Bro Safari

Here's the playlist for 2012 Rage Cave with DU of UH I really took the name Rage Cave seriously on this one, mapping out some crazy bangers in bass heavy electro, dubstep and a newer form of EDM/hip-hop called trap music. Might also notice I chose a few halloween themed songs bc, well, its halloween.... But don't worry DU, there is plenty of hood ass hip hop and trap music to get the crowd moving! Dont miss this event! Most of my equipment is coming with me so I'm sure this will be the biggest rager ever thrown at DU! Get ur rage ready.

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