Artists across the country are utilizing the spookiest time of the year and releasing mixtapes featuring terrifying tunes and dark delights. We compiled a list of our favorite mixes to help you get your Halloween fix today. Check them out below and let us know which one you loved the most!

RL Grime’s Halloween VIII 

Of course, the king of all things Halloween has to top our list. RL Grime has outdone himself this year with an unforgettable introduction from none other than Guy Fieri, and of course, a bit from Goosebumps author R.L. Stine. Check it out below and stay tuned for a tracklist.

GLADEZ Arcade Level IV

Hybrid trap/dubstep producer GLADEZ is known for having hardcore and heavy-hitting mixes. The brand new installment of his ‘Arcade’ mix series is no different. Expect dangerous drops and high doses of energy. It also comes with a free download so make sure to grab it while you can.

Wuki’s Escape Psycho Circus 2019

In perfect Halloween spirit, Wuki released his live set from Escape Psycho Circus 2019 and it’s well worth a listen. The explosive set is full of new music, creative edits and more. If you weren’t able to catch the set in person, this should satisfy your craving.

TYNAN – F*CK IT HERES A SPOOKY MIX

Although this spooky mix from TYNAN came out a week ago, it’s still more than relevant. The refreshing mix offers a look into what the producer has been working on and while there is no tracklist, you can check out some of the numerous IDs here and speculate who they might be from.

CHOMPPA TRILLVO Guest Mix

Philadelphia-based DJ/producer CHOMPPA teamed up with Houston-based publication TRILLVO for a sinister guest mix full of unreleased music from the man himself as well as names like BLVK SHEEP, RUVLO, YDG, TVBOO and more. If you’re not familiar with CHOMPPA yet, you will want to be soon.

KRILLA ALL SEEING EYE VOL. 1

Upcoming producer KRILLA debuted a brand new guest mix yesterday loaded with tons of underground talent and unreleased music that will leave you hooked. Just make sure to screenshot the tracklist, because you’ll likely be glancing at it constantly.