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Skrillex a.k.a Sonny Moore, has released his latest EP Bangarang, which features Wolfgang Gartner, 12th Planet, Kill The Noise, Sirah, The Doors and Ellie Goulding. The electronic music producer who flits seamlessly between various genres, most notably dubstep and electro house, was ranked fourth in the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll. With this new release he intends to build on his march toward world domination, underpinned by the previous EPs, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites and More Monsters and Sprites, released in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
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Last week I had a tricky tutorial. Skrillex helped me prepare for a battle. Ultimately it wasn't necessary ~ but I was up for it. Inspiring and motivational. It would be on my desert-island list!
Anyone who's a fan of Skrillex would have heard his Syndicate and Reptile themes released between Scary Monsters and Bangarang, and if you're like me, you were hoping that the album would have a more aggressive sound to it than Scary Monsters, a la these releases, then this isn't the EP you wanted. This album is nothing of the sort, while it's certainly got some very enjoyable - albeit shallow - songs on it, it's not what I was hoping for.
However, the EP is a thoroughly enjoyable release, and if you enjoyed Scary Monsters there's no reason you won't enjoy Bangarang. If you want something fresh, then this isn't for you.
"Right In" is a great opener and sets the tone of the EP quite well. The title track, "Bangarang", is a bass-filled masterpiece featuring Sirah, who appeared on his first release on the song "WEEKENDS" and also appears on "Kyoto" which features later in this EP.
"Breakn' a Sweat" is a song Skrillex worked on with The Doors as part of the ReGeneration Music Project which I think has worked as a great unexpected collaboration. "The Devil's Den" has a similar vibe to "Right In" and is definitely killer rather than filler on this record.
The only song that really feels like filler to me and doesn't quite fit the rest of Bangarang is "Right on Time" featuring 12th Planet and Skrillex's "OWSLA" buddy, Kill the Noise. It's got a faster pace than the other songs with a slower breakdown in the middle which I think on its own is pretty good but as part of this EP, it doesn't fit or match up with the rest of the tracks.
"Kyoto", as mentioned before, features Sirah and has quite heavy guitar beginning which almost is foreshadowing the heavy bass that comes later that'll get people moving on the dancefloor or at the festival.Read more ›
I hear one song, like it, so buy the album it's one.
If I find one more song I really like and another that is OK, then it was probably worth it.
This album has one great one (Bangarang) and a couple of reasonable ones.
Did take AGES to come though so don't order from here if youi are in a rush or have a deadline.
Tracks kyoto, summit and breakin a sweat are excellent.
Amazon havent bothered with a track list, there are 7 tracks for your money.
Perhaps not for you if you a dubstep snob as again this is arguably moving the sound further away from its roots and going more electro. I dont mind though as love old skool dubstep and this new style.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son thinks this is great. I think it is utter rubbish. However, it was bought for him so I suppose his view counts more.Published 2 months ago by R. Wilkinson
Part of my early morning pick me / pump playlist. Cant help but dance when ever i hear these tracks (bar one)Published 5 months ago by nathan hands
I bought for daughter. We listened in car. I like it.... apart from foul language. Not necessary.Published 7 months ago by S. A. O'Toole