Mix #133: Heavy Wildstyle

It’s time to go wildstyle again: Just in time for Halloween, here’s a dark and heavy cross-genre mix that takes you on a journey through Psytrance, Dubstep, Breaks, Industrial and more – all in a seamless mix.

You will find quite a few tracks in this set that don’t usually make it into electronic DJ sets: For example, “From Dusk Till Dawn” by Japanese Metal-girl band Babymetal starts with a nice and smooth Dubstep-style intro and then dives into actual Heavy Metal riffs.

We interviewed The Maniac Agenda a while ago and they simply had to go into this mix right before Bassnectar takes over with his Dubstep rework of Metallica’s “Seek & Destroy”.

Rage Against the Machine have long been a cult band among rock fans and their track “Renegades of Funk” (from their 2000 album “Renegades”) is actually quite danceable.  Their guitarist Tom Morello even did a recent collaboration with Knife Party which concludes this mix.

Tracklist:

  1. Infected Mushroom – Becoming Insane
  2. S.U.N. Project – Out Of My Brain
  3. Sonic Fusion Vs. Impact – Mortal Combat
  4. Dark Soho – Depth Of Emotion
  5. McCoy’s S.U.N. Project – Taste In Perfection
  6. Overseer – Doomsday
  7. The Maniac Agenda + Starset – Let It Die
  8. Metallica – Seek & Destroy (Bassnectar Remixxx)
  9. Babymetal – From Dusk Till Dawn
  10. Black Tiger Sex Machine – Revolt
  11. Knooper & Wasa3i – Headbang
  12. Skrillex – Kill Everybody
  13. KMFDM – Megalomaniac
  14. The Prodigy – Rhythm Bomb (feat. Flux Pavilion)
  15. Celldweller & Blue Stahli – Frozen
  16. Rage Against The Machine – Renegades Of Funk
  17. Knife Party & Tom Morello – Battle Sirens
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Marvis is the founder of Sweet Headache. He lives in Cologne (Germany) and has been a music nerd for a long, long time.

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