- 1. Caught This One by Patrick Sexx & Bleep Bloop - TrapMusic.NET Exclusive by Trap - EDM.com 3.02 36665 plays
- 2. PATRICK SEXX & BLEEP BLOOP - FAT BELLY by BLEEP BLOOP 3.18 18692 plays
- 1. Bangladesh "100" (DNAEBEATS Remix) SNIPPET by DNAEBEATS 2.35 7107 plays 148.0 BPM
- 2. Octagon by DNAEBEATS 4.56 8610 plays 128.0 BPM
- 3. Nicki Minaj "Did It On Em" (DNAEBEATS Remix) by DNAEBEATS 4.34 6831 plays 156.0 BPM
- 4. Kelly Rowland "Motivation" ft: Lil Wayne (DNAEBEATS Remix) by DNAEBEATS 7.02 14080 plays 141.0 BPM
- 5. The Blap Man by DNAEBEATS 5.32 4747 plays 156.0 BPM
- 6. There's A Wormhole In My Bathroom (Beat mix for XLR8R Magazine) by DNAEBEATS 29.36 3975 plays
- 7. Caught This One by Patrick Sexx & Bleep Bloop - TrapMusic.NET Exclusive by Trap - EDM.com 3.02 36665 plays
- 8. PATRICK SEXX & BLEEP BLOOP - FAT BELLY by BLEEP BLOOP 3.18 18692 plays
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- DNAE'S Top 10 Beatport Chart
- Cosmic 1ness Mix for Vice Magazine's I Hate Fun
- [VIDEO] DNAE x EQ Magazine
- [FREE DL] Remixes
- [FREE DL] Frite Nite 15: DNAEBEATS
- [VIDEO] Prefuse 73 b2b DNAE, Live In SF
- [VIDEO] DNAE on Beatport Live Ustream Radio
Patrick Sexx "The Shadow That Took Shape" available March 11th on Alpha Pup Records.
- Xlr8r Magazine
"Melancholic, electronic-tinged production"
"DNAEBEATS is a SF-centered artist who splices multiple genres into a mutant sound all his own. His much heralded mix tape There's a Wormhole in my Bathroom is aptly-titled and must-download. As an accomplished hip hop beat maker (working with the likes of Gift of Gab) and a producer in his own right, DNAE seamlessly weaves together hyphy, dubstep, electro and experimental into a sonic fabric that sounds like it was teleported through a tear in the time-space continuum."
-San Francisco Examiner
"Bay Area dubstepper Dnaebeats simply kills it on this debut album for American label Seclusiasis. With a distinctive sense of futuristic funk woven into his signature West Coast beats, tunes like previous single "Red Curry Popsicle", the dread-juke of "Camouflage" and the Hyphy crunk of "Electric Cool Aid" all show how Dnaebeats is the best in the West right now." - Juno Download