Generalissimo Reed here to intro and kick off a BRAND NEW weekly on the H.O.R. called “Fuck Yeah! Friday Jams” where myself, HOR contributors, and friends of the H.O.R will be bringing you FREE tunes to download every Friday. The tracks selected aren’t limited by genre and are selections that are either played in our live sets, when we’re at the gym (LoL), or just laying around the house doing nothing. Since we wanted to kick the first one off with a bang, I brought Lucifer himself straight out of the jowls of hell, Denman out to give you a diverse selection of music to go through. Let’s get it in!
Gladiator Showtime EP
This joint is a no brainer. Gladiator are one of my favorite Trap producers out there who never disappoint and bang out new mixes every month. You may already know them from their track “Gamecube Nintendo” that is in just about every major trap mix out there and I ain’t mad at that. Listen to the entire EP CLICK “BUY” AND IT WILL TAKE YOU TO THE FREE DOWNLOAD LINK
Few more I’m feeling…
Here are some new ones from SF to DC Heads.
Infernal hailz HORriors! It’s time to get subterranean, so come join me on the darkside. Today I’m making sure you get two holes filled with a couple of penetrating tracks.
Goblin – Flashing (Pressure Points Bootleg)
First up is a number from Pressure Points which is the new nom de guerre from the one and only Flufftronix. I have to say, I like where he’s going with all of this. It’s a little darker, and a little deeper. And while there are a whole host of Pressure Points tracks to grab for free, I could not resist this bootleg of a Goblin track. If you don’t know who Goblin is, but you do know who Justice is, then you can go and become the depository for all the world’s colostomy bags. At any rate, this is a re-work of their song,”Flashing,” which is from the excellent film,”Tenebre.” Pressure Points gives it a little more drive, and some trap flavor. (But don’t worry there’s still a gloved killer on the lose.)
Party Crashers – Warcall
Next, we continue our journey through the terrors of the night with a haunting gem from the “mysterious” Party Crashers. All collusion aside, I really like the veins Trouble & Bass have been bleeding out as of late, and this “Warcall,” is a prime example. Party Crashers have taken the idea of heavy bass club music, and twisted it through the mires of eerie choruses, tribal war calls, and ominous percussion. This is the floor rager for those who grind their teeth to dust at the thought of bottle service. And again, it’s a download that will merely cost you your soul.
Now, make a sacrificial offering to me.