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Published: January 22, 2013
By: Jordan Calvano

5. MONSTA - Where Did I Go (Dillon Francis & Kill Paris Remix)
MONSTA - Top 15 Producers with Pipes
Dillon Francis and Kill Paris working together was a dream come true for countless aficionados of bouncy bass music. Their full-throttle remix of MONSTA’s “Where Did I Go” effortlessly splices up elements of each producer’s respective style, meshing to form one beastly banger full of bass galore. Should we call their coalition Dillon Paris or Kill Francis? You decide.




4. KOAN Sound - Introvert
KOAN Sound - Top 15 OWSLA Tracks
You haven’t truly experienced musically induced goose bumps till submitting your mind to KOAN Sound's “Introvert.” The ambient creation sends shivers down any listener’s spine, helping them understand what “Comfortably Numb” feels like. Reality is shifted, time is not of the essence, and even the air tastes better. “The Journey is the reward,” and this journey starts by pressing play.




3. The M Machine - Shadow in the Rose Garden
The M Machine - Top 15 OWSLA Tracks
First there was confusion over what and who The M Machine was, then there was “Promise Me A Rose Garden,” and now it’s all about “Shadow In The Rose Garden.” The daring group struck gold when recreating their breakout anthem, stepping up the song’s high-flying synths to uncharted and unfathomable realms. Trust in The ‘M’ Machine!




2. Kill The Noise - BLVCK MVGIC (Kill The Noise, Pt. 2)
Kill The Noise - Top 15 OWSLA Tracks
It’s impossible to avoid getting hooked on “BLVCK MVGIC” immediately after tuning in. The song is like a potion, and those opera vocals chanting “Kill The Noise” are just the beginning of a strange yet thrilling journey through lairs of evil witches and bearded wizards. Innovation at its very finest, and did we mention this is The Kroll Show’s theme song?

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