Skrillex “I’mma Try It Out” feat. Alvin Risk

Many of you Call of Duty fiends might have noticed, while your killing each other during multiplayer or just chopping down zombies, that the soundtrack for the game is something that we aren’t particularly used to, and there is a reason for that. The score for the game was done by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails himself, known for his recent ventures doing the scores for both The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. While Reznor did the majority of the music for this game, he enlisted the help of some others including Avenged Sevenfold and an original collaboration between Skrillex and his OWSLA label mate Alvin Risk. Skrillex and Risk both are two of my favorite in the dupstep genre, mostly because they stick to a particular sound and it happens to be that both of their “sounds” are very, very similar. In this collaboration the OWSLA team plays off each other in a great way, making me want to hear another original mix by them in the near future. What do you guys think?

Skrillex – “I’mma Try It Out” (feat. Alvin Risk)

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BONUS: Speaking of Skrillex, if anyone has seen Disney’s Wreck It Ralph in that last couple of weeks, you would have noticed that not only does Skrillex contribute to the soundtrack with “Bug Hunt” during the Hero’s Duty opening scene but also make a cameo in the movie himself.

It seems that Disney and Pixer have started to embrace the EDM culture, because they have recently released a short film titled Partysaurus Rex, a spin off of Toy Story. The short film incorporates a lot of aspects of the EDM culture including strobe light, lazers, Kandi braclets, neon light, dancing, and of course electronic dance music. I got a kick out of watching this considering that Toy Story was one of my favorite movies as a young buck and having them try to incorporate the EDM scene which is not suitable for any child, makes me laugh. Check the short film out below, let me know what you think…