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About Yüth Forever

There is more than one artist with the name 'villains'.
1. A dance/house band from LA.
2. A metal band from New York.


1. Villains, Djs, dance/house:
Villains are the truth. It looks like America is finally stepping up to the plate and putting out some electro masterminds of its own, and Villains are easily the best US DJ's I've heard in a longgg minute. Missing Toof has been killing it recently and all credit goes to them for the discovery, but the gospel of Villains needs to be preached far and wide, so I figured I'd throw them up on here too. Naturally, my introduction to the LA-based duo came as a result of their immense "Hunting For Witches" remix. "Witches" had truly amazing remix potential, but neither Crystal Castles nor Fury 666 (both of whom were commissioned to remix the track for the official single release) really got the job done. The RAC remix was a big step in the right direction, but nothing can top Villains' Electro-Banger mix. Shit is out of control.

MP3: "Hunting For Witches" (Villains' Electro-Banger Remix) - Bloc Party

All that said, their "Witches" remix is only the tip of the iceberg. Already churning out solid original productions, Villains are proving themselves to be viable contenders in the electro scene even at this early stage. Anyone not sold by that Bloc remix will be believers as soon as the needle drops on "Thrilla", the duo's electro-fucked rework of the Michael Jackson classic. Closer to an original production than a remix, as it only samples a very minimal portion of the vocals and a few other instrumental flourishes, "Thrilla" is the stuff dreams are made of. Considering the original's status as one of the greatest dance singles of all time, you'd think there'd be all kinds of hot remixes of the track floating around the internet, especially given the flourishing remix culture catalyzed by the electro explosion of the last few years. But as far as I'm concerned, Villains are the first to step up and really hit it out of the park. That part when the vocal sample crescendos to the breaking point, and you're all ready for the "Thrillaaaaaa!", but then they switch it up and drop their own chorus of glitchy synth beats and chopped up vocal excerpts… I mean good god. This is dangerous stuff, folks.

MP3: "Thrilla" - Villains ((highly recommended))

As if that weren't enough to get you totally pumped for the Villains takeover, they just threw up a brand new remix onto their 'Space yesterday. This time they take on another essential classic in "Around The World", and once again they do it up right. I'm starting to think they can do no wrong, but only time will tell. Don't sleep on this.
myspace.com/wearevillains



2. Villians from New York play a combination of early black metal with some death/thrash metal influences. They have a full length (Drenched In Poisons) and a split 7" with Fingernails out on Nuclear War Now! and share members with Unearthly Trance and Hemlock (RIP).
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Genres:
Noisy Street Metal, Metal

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August 2nd 2015
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About Yüth Forever

There is more than one artist with the name 'villains'.
1. A dance/house band from LA.
2. A metal band from New York.


1. Villains, Djs, dance/house:
Villains are the truth. It looks like America is finally stepping up to the plate and putting out some electro masterminds of its own, and Villains are easily the best US DJ's I've heard in a longgg minute. Missing Toof has been killing it recently and all credit goes to them for the discovery, but the gospel of Villains needs to be preached far and wide, so I figured I'd throw them up on here too. Naturally, my introduction to the LA-based duo came as a result of their immense "Hunting For Witches" remix. "Witches" had truly amazing remix potential, but neither Crystal Castles nor Fury 666 (both of whom were commissioned to remix the track for the official single release) really got the job done. The RAC remix was a big step in the right direction, but nothing can top Villains' Electro-Banger mix. Shit is out of control.

MP3: "Hunting For Witches" (Villains' Electro-Banger Remix) - Bloc Party

All that said, their "Witches" remix is only the tip of the iceberg. Already churning out solid original productions, Villains are proving themselves to be viable contenders in the electro scene even at this early stage. Anyone not sold by that Bloc remix will be believers as soon as the needle drops on "Thrilla", the duo's electro-fucked rework of the Michael Jackson classic. Closer to an original production than a remix, as it only samples a very minimal portion of the vocals and a few other instrumental flourishes, "Thrilla" is the stuff dreams are made of. Considering the original's status as one of the greatest dance singles of all time, you'd think there'd be all kinds of hot remixes of the track floating around the internet, especially given the flourishing remix culture catalyzed by the electro explosion of the last few years. But as far as I'm concerned, Villains are the first to step up and really hit it out of the park. That part when the vocal sample crescendos to the breaking point, and you're all ready for the "Thrillaaaaaa!", but then they switch it up and drop their own chorus of glitchy synth beats and chopped up vocal excerpts… I mean good god. This is dangerous stuff, folks.

MP3: "Thrilla" - Villains ((highly recommended))

As if that weren't enough to get you totally pumped for the Villains takeover, they just threw up a brand new remix onto their 'Space yesterday. This time they take on another essential classic in "Around The World", and once again they do it up right. I'm starting to think they can do no wrong, but only time will tell. Don't sleep on this.
myspace.com/wearevillains



2. Villians from New York play a combination of early black metal with some death/thrash metal influences. They have a full length (Drenched In Poisons) and a split 7" with Fingernails out on Nuclear War Now! and share members with Unearthly Trance and Hemlock (RIP).
Show More
Genres:
Noisy Street Metal, Metal

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