Hot off the release of the super successful “Industry Analysis” and “Day Off” mix, The Interns have granted us one last Christmas wish. Uniting some of the best deep and soulful house tracks the boys could get their hands on, Black Christmas takes the listener on a musical voyage. The 4 minute saxophone intro sets the tone for a unique track lineup, featuring cuts from SOHN, Maceo Plex and many more. Download Black Christmas, strap in for an hour of vibes, and look out for more exciting stuff from The Interns in 2015. Tracklist after the jump!
Supported by Hannah Wants, Amine Edge & DANCE, Sonny Fodera & many more, the UK’s rising duo, Luvstuff, is doing it proper with their refined brand of house music unique to themselves. Having graced the decks at super clubs & festivals like Sankeys Ibiza, We Are FSTVL, and Ministry Of Sound, they’ve already established a firm footing in the spotlight, while locking in releases such as their debut Trouble EP on Tough Love‘s well-respected Get Twisted Records. Now Luvstuff is coming through with this flawless guest mix that features their new remix of Daft Punk’s “Around the World,” as well as other outstanding groove-driven cuts from Catz n Dogz, Dark Sky, Ardalan, Shiba San, Steve Lawler, and more. Enjoy below and stay tuned for their follow up releases on Get Twisted Records and KMS, among others.
Kiwi is a name you’ll want to remember in the coming year. Amongst the company of Duke Dumont and Jax Jones, this up-and-coming producer completes the trio that is Blase Boys Club. Of English roots, Kiwi has a widespread expertise house, techno and everything in between. His latest 2-track project, The Mara EP, has received much love from the dance music community, a testament to his unique style and sound. Duke Dumont’s own remix of the title track, “Mara,” has even gone on to be nominated for DJ Magazine’s “Best of British” award for best remix.
We’re proud to bring you all the latest from Kiwi, a an exclusive mix for GDD. Get lost in his unique sound and explore some of his favorite jams, a great way to spend a half hour.
Our good homies over at Dim Mak Records called Boots N Pants have whipped up 30 minutes of the grooviest, funkiest, housiest jams yule hear from Aoki’s label all year. They thoroughly impressed us with this track listing, as its a proper house driven mix steering aside from their regular main stage appeal. Here’s what they had to say:
Happy Holidaze to the Dim Mak massive! As a ‘lil treat for you this season, we present our free “House for the Holidays” DJ mix! This shrewdly-arranged 30 minute mix highlights a selection of Dim Mak’s recent and forthcoming house offerings (from G, to deep, to future), along with some choice bootlegs. Mixed by hometown favorites Boots N Pants, the set features tracks and remixes from the likes of Justin Martin, Chris Lornezo, Jacob Plant, Taiki Nulight, Bixel Boys, Yolanda Be Cool and Daniel Fernandes.
Kenna – Relations (Justin Martin Remix)
Chuck Inglish feat. Chromeo – Legs (Yolanda Be Cool Remix)
Borgore – Fame (Daniel Fernandes Remix)
Rich Homie Quan – Type Of Way (Boots N Pants Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]
Panic City – Real Lies (Original Mix)
Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo feat. Kid Ink – Boneless (Chris Lorenzo Remix)
Ookay – Drop Et Agen (Original Mix)
Keys N Krates – She’s So High (Taiki Nulight Remix)
Yolanda Be Cool – Cause I Like It (Benson Remix)
Botnek & 3LAU – Vikings (Bixel Boys Remix)
Jacob Plant – Louder (Kayliox Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]
Borgore – Syrup (Boots N Pants Remix)
Jacob Plant – Ice Cream (Original Mix)
Joe Ghost – LIBG (Janpier x Waverokr Remix)
Shaun Frank – Mind Made Up (Original Mix)
Up-and-comer Loosid has been peaking a fair amount of the interest with only a handful of releases over 10 days. Another anonymous figure, I’m beginning to see a theme here. Regardless of the mysterious details surrounding the producer, the project is impressive, crossing over genres effortlessly and skillfully. The previous releases include trap, house, and future house, stepping into a new arena today with this John Mayer remix. Without further ado, enjoy this glitchy-yet-melodic take on the classic jam.
The young gun, Oliver Heldens, has had an outstanding breakout year as he’s quickly made a name for himself with his game-changing brand of future house. After clinching a UK #1 “Gecko (Overdrive),” a coveted BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix feature, major festival appearances around the world, and more, the Dutch phenom is descending upon Los Angeles for a special Heldeep night at Exchange on Sunday, December 28th – and now you + a friend have a chance to attend for free! Enter to win one of TWO pairs of tickets to this show below.
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Hunter Siegel‘s remix of “Tonight” is a dark and sexy house take on KDrew‘s contemporary and forward thinking pop-electronic track. Hunter Siegel takes a groovy, soulful approach that transforms an upbeat radio-friendly mix into a clubby, underground classic. Through the introduction of magical atmospheric sounds, Hunter has undoubtedly created an instantly captivating remix.
The always on-point Australian label, Future Classic, released their “Teen Idols” compilation earlier this week which features various of the label’s 2014 releases along with four exclusive tracks from Touch Sensitive, KOA, 123MRK and Hayden James. Hayden James delivers one of the compilation’s standout tracks with his song “Something About You”. The groove on “Something About You” is frisky & upbeat yet somehow manages to be equally hypnotic & seductive. It’s a unique blend of emotions that Hayden James seems to have mastered like few others are able to do. ”Something About You” has all the makings for a breakout 2015 by Mr. James.
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