And your insult is absolutely biting.
I'm a legitimate fan of the Dogblood EP so this set is a little disappointing.
Oh, come on. Dropping a Noisia remix of Prodigy's "Smack my bitch up?" you really can't get much more inventive than that.
The Ultra visuals were trippy. I caught myself, sober watching on YouTube, zoning out on them.
06', 07', 08', 09', 10', 11', 12', 13'
I enjoyed what I heard.. sure it was all over the place but the songs chosen were pretty fun and boys noize had some good build ups in there.
Let me guess...The music was too "mainstream" for the coachella board members and or had too much energy. Oh darn how dare Skrillex and boys noize make people want to dance! Sorry if there was not enough techno or songs u never heard before. It was Ultra and they will also be at Coachella.. its the type of crowd and todays youth that does not understand. If they played a bunch of dubfire people would be walking out in droves!
Paul is dead
Paul is dead
Hopefully they'll make some more original songs for Coachella
Tribal Leader https://soundcloud.com/tribal-leader
"Dog Blood – Ultra Worldwide – 5:00 p.m.
Limited in the amount of time they can practice as Dog Blood, Skrillex and Boys Noize have some kinks to work out in their new collective. Skrillex is currently able to pack the largest of venues, but Dog Blood is far from a Skrillex project; at most, 20% of the Dog Blood performance Sunday sounded anything like a Skrillex set. Drawing extensively from rave techno, the project keeps it at an energetic four-on-the-floor with subtle elements of breakcore, but every few moments Boys Noize would pass over the headphones for Skrillex to cue his Jump-Up dubstep. The duo had one of the best transitions of the weekend, Fatboy Slim’s “Kalifornia” into Boys Noize’s own “XTC”, but on numerous occasions there were flaws when the two would bounce back and forth in the mix.
As Skrillex roots himself futher into club-culture, and out of the rock mentality, it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop collaborations. Saturday evenings’ Alvin Risk, Skrillex, and Porter Robinson 45-minute b2b2b mix to close out the OWSLA stage was unexpected, and probably wouldn’t have been possible during the early stages of Skrillex’ button-pushing endeavors."
- CoS's take. Seems reasonable enough to me.
Last edited by themule; 03-19-2013 at 11:13 PM.
feel my mother fucking bass in your face...sensually.
I thought their set was pretty fun from Ultra, will definitely go see them to get pumped up. (Plus watching it you could tell Boys Noize was doing a lot of everything)
It could've been worse.
They played songs from their EP, a new remix, 3 new dog blood tracks, stuff off of OSWLA, stuff that BN produced for other artists, a new jacques lu cont track off his upcoming album under the alias Traques, a bunch of commercial stuff, and a few out of left field. I think they strayed away from any BN material because he played a live set the day before.
In the end I hope it was just pandering to Ultra crowd and we get something different.
You say that with the conviction of someone who thinks that the Sahara tent on a Friday night will be compromised of a different crowd than what was at Ultra. That's cute.
Yeah, I know. I can hope.
The lyrics blatantly say he's selling out lol
Even Kaskade recently said a small show in London felt Incredible . Money talks always