In celebration to hitting 4000 likes on facebook, our techno brethren Craig Williams is giving away a FREE double track EP including two remade versions of some of his favorites by Nine Inch Nails. The product is a pipeline of techno that carries the haunting vocals of Trent Reznor off the grid and into dark territory. Dig in kids.
Louis La Roche’s latest + greatest song is a rework of the 1985 classic “Say I’m Your No. 1″ by Princess. LLR takes the RnB jam from yesteryear and flips it into a peak time disco charger. It’s high energy, it’s highly addictive and it’s free!
The message is simple + the delivery is electrifying. Tesla Boy teams up with London crooner Tyson to ask the question “Do you want to dance?” And the answer is…most definitely. It’s that hot + heavy kind of dancing where you get just close enough to someone, you’re barely touching them. You can feel your breath on each other as you mirror one another on the dance floor. ”Broken Doll” is a dark + sexy electrosensual jam that will surely get your engine running on the dance floor and beyond.
One of the standouts on Aeroplane’s most recent “Not-So-Monthly Mix” is the track “Love That Funk” by Alkalino. OG soul, funk, disco, house & techno producer Alkalino has been playing in clubs since the early 90s and knows what it takes to get a party going. ”Love That Funk” has party starter written all over with its energetic electro-boogie sound. A perfect Summertime party starter.
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The emerging bass music producer, Druid Cloak, and I are proud to present you with the 117th edition of The Dirt. Together we bring a varied offering of current favorites ranging from experimental to deep house, and everything in between. Enjoy our selections and be sure to grab my free downloads zipped up for your convenience.
Big thank you to Druid Cloak for providing his picks with commentary!
For some reason or another, over the years most holidays that otherwise have a rather solemn connotation have merely become another day off from school/work to drink and bask in the sun in the good ol’ United States of T&A. While I feel compelled to advise you to take a minute to reflect on what Memorial Day really is all about, who are we at GDD™ to break with tradition. Hell, I know we’ll all be poolside ourselves with a cocktail or twelve in our system.
So when you’re getting drunk shaking your bum at the pool over this three-day weekend, cue up this special guest mix offered up by our Canadian homie and frequent Diplo collaborator Grandtheft. It’s stacked full of Grandtheft originals, edits, and remixes, as well as a bevy of GDD™ friends and favorites, including Cashmere Cat, RL Grime, Willy Joy, Skream, Major Lazer, Kendrick Lamar and more. With 33 tracks packed into a one-hour show you know the good vibes will keep on comin’.
Best part about it: 1. It’s free to download, and 2. It’s uncensored! Scroll over the image above to download, and get the tracklist after the jump!
This week in the Honey lounge (GDD room) we have Dirtybird’s own Mark Starr in the house, along with Anabatic’s Kirin Rider from San Francisco! PLUS – a very special secret guest set from some people playing the main room… do NOT miss out!
Please email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5PM on Friday.
Our NYC brethren, The Knocks, just dropped off their newest mix just in time for all the debauchery I know you loyal readers have planned for this weekend. It has just the right amount of spirit and funk to keep ya dancing all day & night long. UHMERIKA NUMBER ONE!
It’s a rarity in the current market to find a dance music act that is dissatisfied with merely DJing, but NYC-based duo and childhood friends Greg Paulus and Nick DeBruyn AKA No Regular Play are an anomaly amongst the mass of electronic music artists out there — incorporating live vocals and instruments into nearly every set. As an enigma to the norm, No Regular Play have been recognized for their unique style and performance, joining the Wolf+Lamb family at the notorious Marcy in New York, with additional releases on reputable imprints like No. 19, Supplement Facts, and Leftroom. With a forthcoming EP due out on Justin Miller’s HAKT along with a very cool outdoor show in Grand Park in Downtown LA this Sunday, we had a chat with Greg and Nick about their creative processes, live performance, daytime parties, and much more.