Globetrotters, More like Globetrappers

Seattle natives Instant Party! are quickly gaining ground in the Trap world. With their remixes of ‘No Heroes,Kaskade’s ‘Atmosphere’ and recently ‘Set Me Free’ by Dillon Francis and Martin Garrix, their style has infiltrated many sets recently, including Tomorrowworld. On the verge of becoming household names, they are hoping to show their stuff at SnowGlobe this year, all they need is your vote.

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Kenny and Winson released their GlobeTrappers Mix, a 30 minute trap fest featuring many released and unreleased tracks for your listening pleasure. Starting off with DJ Snake’s rendition of ‘Thriller’ the set drops you straight into Trap heaven as they pound you with heavy 808s and their signature remixes.

The Instant Party! GlobeTrappers Mix *SnowGlobe 2014 Entry*

Within the mix they feature Slander’s remix of ‘We Like to Party’ Carnage’s always popular ‘Spaceman’ trap remix and 12 of their tunes, Instant Party! provides everyone with a trap set that beats just as hard as Flosstradamus’ sets, if not more. While I have heard most of their tunes, it was exciting to hear some new edits including a RL Grime and Zedd mash of ‘Tell Me’ and ‘Clarity.’

They have promised to give out a free download of this mix when they reach 1,000 votes, so vote away to receive the mix. The lineup for SnowGlobe is already chalked full of trap artists like Djemba Djemba, Party Favor, Tin Cup and more. Including Instant Party! into the mix would make this festival a stellar festival to attend for the trap lovers.

Give it a listen with the bass on full and be ready for the trap. Admiral Ackbar is in love. Make sure to stick around through the whole thing and listen to an OG VIP remix of ‘Kanye.’ Check out each of their Twitters as they love sharing their personal thoughts along with the latest info about the duoEnjoy!

Instant Party! Twitter Pages: Kenny | Winson

Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

Music has always been a passion of mine, being the kid trying to find the latest music to listen to. In college, I was exposed to Emalkay's "When I Look At You" and EDM quickly became my favorite genre. I hope to show people through writing what EDM has done to me and hope I can help people discover the beauty that is EDM.
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