Top Songs by Knife Party

Listen to Knife Party's top Electro House, Dubstep, Progressive House songs like Battle Sirens, Bonfire, Fire Hive from releases like Battle Sirens, Big Beat Yearbook: 2012, 100% No Modern Talking on EDM Hunters. Like your favourite songs and videos to make your vote count. What's your #1?
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Battle Sirens
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Battle SirensDubstep
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Bonfire
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Big Beat Yearbook: 2012Drumstep
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Fire Hive
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100% No Modern TalkingDubstep
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Internet Friends
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100% No Modern TalkingElectro House
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Rage Valley
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Dirty Dutch Exodus - Mixed By ChuckieElectro House
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LRAD
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Haunted HouseElectro House
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Destroy Them With Lasers
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100% No Modern TalkingElectro House
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Give It Up
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Abandon ShipDubstep
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Centipede
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UKF Bass Culture 2Dubstep
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Power Glove
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Haunted HouseElectro House
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About Knife Party

Knife Party is an Australian electronic dance music duo. They formed from two members of the drum and bass band Pendulum, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen. They currently rank at #25 on DJ Magazine's annual Top 100 DJs poll, #22 on thedjlist, and #9 based on data conducted by Topple Track and JustGo Music.

The duo met and performed music since 2002 in various different bands and music projects, eventually forming drum and bass band Pendulum. While the band had three charted albums and singles, the two original members created Knife Party as a side project, although it evolved into their primary project. On 25 May 2011, Swire released a short preview on SoundCloud entitled "Not Pendulum". The name is derived from a Deftones song of the same name, which caused consternation at first as it implied that they supported knife crime, although Swire stated that "...we’re not advocating any type of knife-related crime any more than Swedish House Mafia were advocating organised crime."

Knife Party's first EP, 100% No Modern Talking, was released digitally through Warner Bros. Records on 12 December 2011. The EP originally was to feature "Back to the Z-List" but was replaced with "Destroy Them with Lazers" as the duo had decided to abandon the track. The EP title refers to the lack of "Modern Talking", a wavetable in the software synthesiser NI Massive commonly used to create "talking" basslines. A tweet in December 2011 suggested the possibility of a remix EP in the future.

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