Check Out All These Halloween Mixes From 2019 To Get You In The Spooky Spirit

Check Out All These Halloween Mixes From 2019 To Get You In The Spooky Spirit

Nothing gets us in the Halloween spirit better than a good mix. Just in time for the prime of spooky season, we’re being treated to tons of them from DJ/producers inspired by thrills and chills.


Deadbeats has its very own Halloween mix series featuring Klutch, Blunts & Blondes, Blanke, Vampa, Ducky, and Sippy, with more on the way. With each mini-mix running approximately 15 minutes, you can get a taste for all of these artists quickly.

In addition, Peekaboo, Tynan, Lane 8, 3LAU and more have standalone mixes featuring an assortment of styles that will have you screaming.

And of course, the king of Halloween mixes, RL Grime

Listen below and let us know your favorites!

Halloween 2019 Mixes

Peekaboo

RL Grime

Tynan

Klutch

Blunts & Blondes

Blanke

Vampa

Ducky

Sippy

Lane 8

3LAU

GG Magree

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Sullivan King Releases Wild Metal/EDM Hybrid Debut Album, “Show Some Teeth”

When I first received Sullivan King’s new album Show Some Teeth in early September, only a month away from release, it had just twelve tracks on it. By the time it was finally ready for release, that number had gone up to fifteen. Rather than view that as a negative, that he and his team were unable to properly track out an album so soon to release, I took it as a positive — Sullivan King has so much good music, and is so willing to continually share it with fans, that he just couldn’t stop adding to the album.


Listening through the album now, it’s clear that all of Sully’s career has been leading up to this point. From all the myriad singles and EPs, he’s found his place within the scope of EDM and discovered his own wildly uncompromising sound that blends bass and metal beautifully. And, rather than rely on vocals from other metal heroes, he does his own, ostensibly making him the de facto king of the crossover genre — he’s not Sullivan King for nothing.

Though the metal crossover is present throughout the album, Sully also doesn’t shy away from some more melodic fare, like on “Why Don’t You Love Me?” and “Solace.” It’s that wide diversity of sound that prevents Show Some Teeth from overstaying its welcome. In that regard, he’s not only showing off his talents as a producer but also as his own songwriter and, to some degree, A&R.

On that note,

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