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Guy Fieri Delivers Intro to RL Grime’s Halloween VIII Mix

RL Grime went to drastic measures to raise the bar on Shaq’s monologue in Halloween 7. Guy Fieri has had some unexpected EDM crossovers this year. The cable television personality appeared in the video for Diplo‘s “So Long” featuring Cam under his Thomas Wesley alias, and now he’s delivered a monologue for RL Grime‘s Halloween VIII mix. As a remix of Luniz‘ ‘1995 classic “I Got 5 On It” ushers in the beginning of the mix, Fieri addresses RL Grime (real name Henry Alfred Steinway). He compliments him on his “spicy mix,” saying that he might “have to call the flavor town fire department.” View the original article to see embedded media. RL Grime’s Halloween Mixes Steinway’s Halloween mix...

7 of the Biggest EDM and Horror Crossovers

We’ve compiled the seven best horror and EDM crossovers in order to help you get in the haunting spirit. Although dance music is often uplifting and spiritual, some artists like to delve into the darkness. Some of the biggest names in EDM have incorporated horror movie samples in their music to help amplify the terror they seek to unleash. In honor of this, we’ve collected seven of the best EDM and horror crossovers to help get you in the spirit to haunt. “Psycho” – Rezz and Isqa  Considering the fact that Rezz‘ sound is generally ominous and that she released a mix titled Nightmare on Rezz Street, it’s no surprise that would find her way onto this list. On one of her most sinister offerings to date, she tapped into the Alfred Hitchcock classi...

RL Grime Announces Release Date for Annual Halloween Mix

This will be RL Grime’s eighth annual Halloween mix. RL Grime (real name Henry Steinway) has unveiled via Twitter that his annual Halloween mix, aptly dubbed Halloween 8, will come out on October 31st. Fans have been hotly anticipating the release of his latest mix, so this update should come as a pleasant surprise to most.  Steinway has impressed fans year after year with his eerie, Halloween-inspired mixes that feature nods to and even a voiceover from Goosebumps author RL Stine, the inspiration behind his stage name. Last year, Shaq hopped on the opening voiceover amidst all the hype surrounding his performance at Lost Lands. Steinway’s influence stretches far and wide. He’s shone as one of the most talented dance music producers of this generation. His ...

The Los Angeles Rams Team Up with RL Grime for Hype Video

“Pressure” by RL Grime was selected to soundtrack the Los Angeles Rams’ new hype video. The Los Angeles Rams have brought L.A. native RL Grime into the huddle for a new hype video in honor of their 2019-2020 season. Posted to the official Twitter account of the NFL team, the video tells fans to “bring the pressure,” which is very appropriate considering the track chosen to soundtrack the video is RL Grime’s (real name Henry Alfred Steinway) 2018 classic, “Pressure.”  In the hype video, both visual and audio recordings of gameplay, locker room talks, announcers, and the roar of fans is interwoven throughout, giving the trap song a unique gridiron twist. Fans of Steinway have begun to grow more and more restless with the arrival ...

EDM was on Full Display at the $30 Million Fortnite World Cup

Marshmello, Alison Wonderland, RL Grime, and more participated in Fortnite’s Massive competition. This weekend, millions of gamers around the world tuned in for the massive Fortnite World Cup Championship in New York City. Some of the festivities included events like the solo and duo championships, the celebrity Pro-AM, and a performance from Marshmello (who is all but confirmed to be Chris Comstock). With appearances from some of the biggest names in eSports, pro wrestling, television, and more, one thing was very clear: EDM was on full display.  A significant portion of players in the celebrity Pro-AM competition were dance music artists. Some of the performers other than Comstock included Alison Wonderland, RL Grime, Wax Motif, Lost Kings and Sig...

EDM was on Full Display at the $30 Million Fortnite World Cup

Marshmello, Alison Wonderland, RL Grime, and more participated in Fortnite’s Massive competition. This weekend, millions of gamers around the world tuned in for the massive Fortnite World Cup Championship in New York City. Some of the festivities included events like the solo and duo championships, the celebrity Pro-AM, and a performance from Marshmello (who is all but confirmed to be Chris Comstock). With appearances from some of the biggest names in eSports, pro wrestling, television, and more, one thing was very clear: EDM was on full display.  A significant portion of players in the celebrity Pro-AM competition were dance music artists. Some of the performers other than Comstock included Alison Wonderland, RL Grime, Wax Motif, Lost Kings and Sig...

RL Grime’s Most Iconic Track “Core” Just Turned 5 [LISTEN AGAIN]

RL Grime‘s most massive and iconic release to date — “Core” — just turned 5 years old. The leading single off RL Grime’s debut album VOID boosted the producer’s career to a whole new level and fueled an emphatic trap takeover in the scene. The album was later released in full on November 14, 2014, featuring collaborations with Boys Noize, Big Sean and more. To measure the widespread success of this song is impossible, but if you just think about all the times you’ve shouted out “WHO DO THE SHIT THAT I DO?” during a show, in the car, partying with friends, wherever — it will give you a pretty good idea. Flash-forward to now and RL Grime heads up his own imprint Sable Valley, and most recently dropped a new edit of G JonesR...