Killa Theory

Perfection is achieved, not when there is more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. -Antoine de Saint- Exupéry

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May 23, 2017 The hip-hop/pop dyad Cool Company are all about creating innovative music. The group consists of vocalist Cool Yan, and producer Fat Matt. Together, they create sounds that are hard hitting and filled with solid grooves, which blends well with the charismatic vocals of Yan. Their latest single "Ride or Die" has received the remix treatment courtesy of DJ/producer Killa Theory. Theory's take on "Ride or Die" is slightly more upbeat compared to the more laid back feel of the original. He also adds some of his signature style to the tune. With his touch, Killa Theory has taken a standout track by Cool Company and created a club-ready song that is true to the original but has its own unique feel.  With summer on the horizon, Cool Company will be busy playing live shows and releasing their latest EP on May 25. Listen to the Killa Theory remix of "Ride or Die" and get a taste of what is soon to come. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

May 23, 2017

The hip-hop/pop dyad Cool Company are all about creating innovative music. The group consists of vocalist Cool Yan, and producer Fat Matt. Together, they create sounds that are hard hitting and filled with solid grooves, which blends well with the charismatic vocals of Yan. Their latest single "Ride or Die" has received the remix treatment courtesy of DJ/producer Killa Theory.

Theory's take on "Ride or Die" is slightly more upbeat compared to the more laid back feel of the original. He also adds some of his signature style to the tune. With his touch, Killa Theory has taken a standout track by Cool Company and created a club-ready song that is true to the original but has its own unique feel. 

With summer on the horizon, Cool Company will be busy playing live shows and releasing their latest EP on May 25. Listen to the Killa Theory remix of "Ride or Die" and get a taste of what is soon to come.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

July 20, 2014 Brooklyn, by way of Baltimore, native Killa Theory is bringing his exploratory bass driven sounds to T&A Records with his debut single next week, “Datum.” The extremely tasty release is up for a preview stream now, but excitement definitely should be building with this ridiculous new mix he just dropped. “Beat Police Vol. 4″ is really all over the place when it comes to scope of bass music you can deftly cover in 78 minutes. Everyone from Girl Unit,Salva, RL Grime, Heartbreak, Bassjackers, and DJ Rashad all making appearances on this killer mix and that’s not really even scratching the surface. As somebody who’s moving to Brooklyn in a matter of weeks, I hope I experience a gang of parties with this type of soundtrack. I’ll definitely be on the hunt. by  BRENT TACTIC, Do Androids Dance 

July 20, 2014

Brooklyn, by way of Baltimore, native Killa Theory is bringing his exploratory bass driven sounds to T&A Records with his debut single next week, “Datum.” The extremely tasty release is up for a preview stream now, but excitement definitely should be building with this ridiculous new mix he just dropped. “Beat Police Vol. 4″ is really all over the place when it comes to scope of bass music you can deftly cover in 78 minutes. Everyone from Girl Unit,SalvaRL GrimeHeartbreak, Bassjackers, and DJ Rashad all making appearances on this killer mix and that’s not really even scratching the surface. As somebody who’s moving to Brooklyn in a matter of weeks, I hope I experience a gang of parties with this type of soundtrack. I’ll definitely be on the hunt.

by  BRENT TACTIC, Do Androids Dance 

March 26, 2014 Killa Theory is back on his remix grind. This time around, Killa Theory has chosen to remake "Busy Earnin" by Jungle. "Busy Earnin" is an upbeat dance track that has gained buzz over the past couple of months in part because of its entertaining music video, which features a group of skilled breakbeat dancers. Jungle's recent appearance at SXSW has also helped in putting the XL Recordings signees on the map. Killa Theory's high-octane remix of "Busy Earnin" was influenced by bass music and juke/footwork, which is a style of dance music that originated in Chicago around the late 2000s. Theory's bass heavy dance style is on full display in his latest creation and like his previous offerings, Killa Theory knows what dance music lovers want. If you are a fan of the original track, then you must do yourself a favor and download Killa Theory's remix for free on his soundcloud page. You won't regret it. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

March 26, 2014

Killa Theory is back on his remix grind. This time around, Killa Theory has chosen to remake "Busy Earnin" by Jungle. "Busy Earnin" is an upbeat dance track that has gained buzz over the past couple of months in part because of its entertaining music video, which features a group of skilled breakbeat dancers. Jungle's recent appearance at SXSW has also helped in putting the XL Recordings signees on the map.

Killa Theory's high-octane remix of "Busy Earnin" was influenced by bass music and juke/footwork, which is a style of dance music that originated in Chicago around the late 2000s. Theory's bass heavy dance style is on full display in his latest creation and like his previous offerings, Killa Theory knows what dance music lovers want. If you are a fan of the original track, then you must do yourself a favor and download Killa Theory's remix for free on his soundcloud page. You won't regret it.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

Sep. 19, 2013 Calvin Harris and Ne-Yo’s unquestionably popular track “Let’s Go” gets a facelift from up and coming producer and engineer DJ Killa Theory. He hails from Baltimore, Maryland and currently spins weekly in Brooklyn, New York. He produces a broad spectrum of music including Moombahton, Dubstep, Electro House, and Trap. His mission is to create cutting-edge dance music to electrify clubs and dance halls worldwide. DJ Killa Theory’s remix of Calvin Harris’ smash “Let’s Go,” stays true to the original track, while adding brand-new flavor. Killa Theory’s version is just as danceable, infectious, and fun as its predecessor, but incorporates different percussion instrumentation and rapturous synths and sound effects. If you’re planning a party this weekend, do yourself a favor and download Killa Theory’s “Let’s Go” remix for free and turn the music way up. And for all you danceaholic, Brooklynites, look for Killa Theory spinning a set in your neighborhood in the coming months. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

Sep. 19, 2013

Calvin Harris and Ne-Yo’s unquestionably popular track “Let’s Go” gets a facelift from up and coming producer and engineer DJ Killa TheoryHe hails from Baltimore, Maryland and currently spins weekly in Brooklyn, New York. He produces a broad spectrum of music including Moombahton, Dubstep, Electro House, and Trap. His mission is to create cutting-edge dance music to electrify clubs and dance halls worldwide.

DJ Killa Theory’s remix of Calvin Harris’ smash “Let’s Go,” stays true to the original track, while adding brand-new flavor. Killa Theory’s version is just as danceable, infectious, and fun as its predecessor, but incorporates different percussion instrumentation and rapturous synths and sound effects. If you’re planning a party this weekend, do yourself a favor and download Killa Theory’s “Let’s Go” remix for free and turn the music way up. And for all you danceaholic, Brooklynites, look for Killa Theory spinning a set in your neighborhood in the coming months.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

 
July 22, 2014 Today, Killa Theory releases his first original tune in many months titled "Datum." Killa Theory's "Datum" is an energetic, vibey, Chicago juke influenced track. With the use of spacey synths, entrancing vocals, and insane rhythms, Killa Theory takes you to another realm. This one is definitely one of Killa Theory's most intriguing songs to date. Being released today courtesy of Brooklyn based label T&A Records. Well-known DJ, producer and part owner of T&A Records Tittsworth, is planning on the release of his own remix of "Datum," so be on the lookout for his version. Tittsworth has been on the EDM scene for many years and is highly respected in the game. That fact that he admires "Datum" enough to remix it says a lot.  Killa Theory's future continues to look even brighter with the release of another out of this world track. Enjoy "Datum" below. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

July 22, 2014

Today, Killa Theory releases his first original tune in many months titled "Datum." Killa Theory's "Datum" is an energetic, vibey, Chicago juke influenced track. With the use of spacey synths, entrancing vocals, and insane rhythms, Killa Theory takes you to another realm. This one is definitely one of Killa Theory's most intriguing songs to date.

Being released today courtesy of Brooklyn based label T&A Records. Well-known DJ, producer and part owner of T&A Records Tittsworth, is planning on the release of his own remix of "Datum," so be on the lookout for his version. Tittsworth has been on the EDM scene for many years and is highly respected in the game. That fact that he admires "Datum" enough to remix it says a lot. 

Killa Theory's future continues to look even brighter with the release of another out of this world track. Enjoy "Datum" below.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr.Earmilk Contributor

June 19, 2014 Killa Theory has added another exceptional remix to his ever growing catalog. This time he reworks "Step Into My Office" by New York City based synth-pop ensemble Blank Paper. Killa Theory takes the light hearted, 80s influenced track, and infuses it with his trademark electro style. You can hear influences of dance and trap music, which makes the track ideal for clubbing and carousing on hot summer nights. Marie Kim's dreamy vocals over Theory's track, sounds like a match made in electro-pop heaven. Killa Theory has been spinning all over New York in recent months, and his high-intensity live show is starting to gain the attention of electronic music lovers everywhere. Blank Paper has also gained popularity in NYC's music scene and are scheduled to play Brooklyn's notorious Glasslands on July 2. You can also catch Killa Theory spinning frequently at NYC's lower east side hot spot The Delancey. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

June 19, 2014

Killa Theory has added another exceptional remix to his ever growing catalog. This time he reworks "Step Into My Office" by New York City based synth-pop ensemble Blank Paper. Killa Theory takes the light hearted, 80s influenced track, and infuses it with his trademark electro style. You can hear influences of dance and trap music, which makes the track ideal for clubbing and carousing on hot summer nights. Marie Kim's dreamy vocals over Theory's track, sounds like a match made in electro-pop heaven.

Killa Theory has been spinning all over New York in recent months, and his high-intensity live show is starting to gain the attention of electronic music lovers everywhere. Blank Paper has also gained popularity in NYC's music scene and are scheduled to play Brooklyn's notorious Glasslands on July 2. You can also catch Killa Theory spinning frequently at NYC's lower east side hot spot The Delancey.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

Nov. 4, 2013 DJ Killa Theory is back with his new mixtape, Beat Police Volume 3 for your listening pleasure. Recently, Killa Theory has been picking up traction performing multiple shows around Brooklyn. He is known to keep the dance floor shaking like Shakira when he's got control of the 1s and 2s. His shows have been some of the most fun I've been to in recent memory because of Theory's uptempo mix of eclectic dance tunes.  On Beat Police Volume 3, Theory blends 49 tracks, which features 6 different types of EDM including Bass Music, Trap, Chicago Juke, Kuduro, Hardcore, and Moombahton. The mixtape is around 1 hour and 20 minutes long, but it never hits a lull because Theory constantly changes up the style of music he mixes. The mixtape includes tracks from well-known artists Deadmau5, Munchi, Flosstradamus, Excision & Datsik, Diplo, Rusko, Chuckie & Hardwell, Baauer, Nero, and Luminox. You can download DJ Killa Theory's mixtape for free on his official soundcloud page. Feel free to pump up the volume and bask in the electronic ambiance. by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

Nov. 4, 2013

DJ Killa Theory is back with his new mixtape, Beat Police Volume 3 for your listening pleasure. Recently, Killa Theory has been picking up traction performing multiple shows around Brooklyn. He is known to keep the dance floor shaking like Shakira when he's got control of the 1s and 2s. His shows have been some of the most fun I've been to in recent memory because of Theory's uptempo mix of eclectic dance tunes. 

On Beat Police Volume 3, Theory blends 49 tracks, which features 6 different types of EDM including Bass Music, Trap, Chicago Juke, Kuduro, Hardcore, and Moombahton. The mixtape is around 1 hour and 20 minutes long, but it never hits a lull because Theory constantly changes up the style of music he mixes. The mixtape includes tracks from well-known artists Deadmau5MunchiFlosstradamusExcision & DatsikDiploRuskoChuckie & HardwellBaauerNero, and Luminox. You can download DJ Killa Theory's mixtape for free on his official soundcloud page. Feel free to pump up the volume and bask in the electronic ambiance.

by Winston E. Brewington, Jr., Earmilk Contributor

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