10 tracks that prove how OWSLA has pushed the envelope in 2015

OWSLA, electronic music’s fastest growing labels was founded in 2011 by the legendary producer Skrillex. This label has been a forefront in nurturing some the best emerging talent in this electronic industry. Known for its eclectic family of intrepid musicians, OWSLA has illuminated the EDM scene with a plethora of names like Dillon Francis, Hundred Waters and Porter Robinson.

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2015 has been quite a good year for OWSLA. With new members joining the OWSLA family and some stellar releases throughout the year, they have upped the quality and creativity of the sound for which they are known for. As the year comes to a close, let’s take a look to the tracks that defined OWSLA this year.

10) Kill the noise – All In My Head (feat. AWOLNATION)

A poignant track which reveals a less aggressive side to Kill The Noise

 

9) Getter- Head Splitter

If you think dubstep is dead, think again because this man is just getting started

 

8) Snails & heRobust – Pump This (VIP)

Face Melter!

 

7) What So Not – Gemini Ft. George Maple

A perfect collaboration between What So Not and George Maple

 

6) The M Machine – Just Like (CRNKN Remix)

That drop…

 

5) Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low

One of the heaviest tracks of the year

 

4) GTA- Red Lips (Skrillex Remix)

One of highly anticipated tracks of this year by the hardest working producer in the electronic industry

 

3) Phonat – Fire (feat. Jolie and the Key)

The eclectic Italian artist succeeds in putting his stamp on the song, striking a perfect supporting balance to help the vocal hook resonate

 

2) Vindata – Own Life (feat. Anderson .Paak)

Blending rugged hip hop beats with deep r&b passions, and indie-pop sensibilities, Vindata has blown me apart .

 

1) Aryay – R You Ok

Finely produced, unique and unbelievably beautiful

 

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