GN get’s pretty deep on this one, featuring sweet female vocals and some in your face 303

GN comes through with Pigeons On My Window dropping there usual banger with the help of a few Pigeons…y-window/1999415

Code Rising & Slip187 team up again with Midnight Revolution. This new one marks the first release under the sub label Gigabeat Nights, reserved for the more serious electro heads! Also featured on this release is a remix by the one and only Von Royale!…volution/1833699

Straight dopeness! G$Montana & NeuroziZ bring the Lowdown to GIGABEAT and ask…How low can YOU go? OUT TODAY!

The Variety ShYo is based in San Diego, CA. I talk with real people, about real things, in real time, with no edits. Episode #1 includes special guest (G$Montana) Geo Lopez from Miami, FL. I (Wes Smith) met Geo in the music business and we’ve become good friends having good times. Check it for the 411 on pieces of Miami Music Week history, Pink Flamingos, New Music, a Sock Battle, Tacos, Cuban Hot Spots, Video Games and more…    

#Vice #Breaks #Miami #90s Original Story featured on By Jessica Gentile Explaining the Florida electronic music scene in the 90s isn’t easy. It has its own weird vibe that made it unique to anywhere else in America. Before Ultra Music Festival took over the world, there was a trance scene and a house scene, just like any other city – Sasha was a regular and Tiësto was around very early on. What made Florida raves different, though, was a very specific, homegrown breakbeat sound. When I tell people I like breaks, they either shudder or laugh. They just don’t understand. Florida has always had a very sleazy vibe, but only one that has spent a lot of time in America’s dongle can recognize it immediately through the music. Think strip clubs, truck stops, highways, break-dancing and the beach, all in one genre influenced by the likes of 2 Live Crew, Miami Bass and Latin Freestyle. Here’s the breakdown: DJs in the Central Florida area (Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville) had more of a trance and progressive house influence. DJs like Rick West (RIP), Huda Hudia, Sharazz and Kimball Collins were staples in the scene, and you could buy their mixtapes Read more…

#FreeDownload #Trap #Bass #Breaks #Kuad #JimiTheGenius #305 #Miami Jimi G’ does it again. Straight Bass fire!

#DJMix  #Ashrock  #Mr.NiceGuy  #Gigabeat  #Kuad #305  #Miami 2 of our Miami favorites here ASHROCK  does a Podcast for Mr. Nice Guy! Definitely check this out! ASHROCK (Kuad | Miami | LA) Ashrock has been a heavy-hitting underground presence in the Southeast for a decade as a solo artist and as half of the electro-bass duo Hydraulix. Performing alongside undisputed originators of the Miami sound such as 2 Live Crew, Uncle Luke, Egyptian Lover, Dynamix II and more. By rights Ashrock knows the language of proper Miami Bass with releases on labels like Cut It Up Def, Deboinaire Records, Frite Nite, and his own Kuad imprint. Now after his recent release of the track “Shake” on Mr. Nice Guy Records, we welcome him to bless us with a 1 hour exclusive mix for our monthly mix series. Keep up to date with @Ashrockmusic below: @ashrockmusic

#FreeDownload #Exzak #808 #Miami #MiamiBass #Gigabeat One of the cornerstones of the South Florida electro movement, Exzakt is gifting a ton of his tracks. Check out his soundcloud

As you know we are from Miami and if you don’t know Pepe Billete & Otto Von Schirach then you don’t know Miami. They got together a little anthem for the Heat haters. Check it out…Don’t forget, se acabo el pan! #GoHeat  #PepeBillete  #OttoVonSchirach  #3Peat  #Miami  #305  #Gigabeat PEPE y OTTO- Miami Heat NBA Finals ANTHEM by PepeBillete   Pepe Billete Otto Von Schirach  ovs  Facebook  Twitter  Tumblr  YouTube