GDD™ Morning Update: Swedish House Mafia, Rusko, Afrojack

Good morning, I hope you had a great weekend! There isn’t much going on this morning with the holidays, however, I have some news regarding Swedish House Mafia’s Masquerade Motel, Rusko’s free remix collection, and Afrojack’s Lost & Found Part 2. Read more after the jump.

Swedish House Mafia Announces Masquerade Motel Date: Miami 2012 – March 23rd


Free Rusko Remix Collection 2006-2010 Album

As a precursor to his upcoming new full length album on Mad Decent, Rusko has something special planned for everyone. The Rusko Remix Collection 2006-2010 is available for absolutely free. The collection consists of all officially released remixes, along with some original un-mastered raw mixes. Download below and look out for Rusko taking over your 2012 soon!

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Kid Sister – Pro Nails
Skream – Dutch Flowers
Basement Jaxx – Feelings Gone
Temper Trap – Soldier On
The Prodigy – Take Me To The Hospital
Little Boots – Remedy
Kotchy – Sing What You Want
Kid Cudi – Day and Night
Mr. Hudson – White Lies
Marko Del Horno – Samurai
HK119 – C’est La Vie
Kelis – 4th of July
Sunday Girl – Stop, Hey
Capcom Games – Bionic Commando Theme
L-Wiz – Girl From Codiene City
Leon Jean Marie – Bring It On


Afrojack – Lost and Found Part 2

Bridging the gap between Dutch House and mainstream music with a surprising lack of contempt from the global industry, Afrojack has excelled all expectations on the road to global stardom. Where ‘Take Over Control’ marked Nick Van De Walls leap from the hustle and bustle of the Dutch underground, a consistent level of contribution and signings through his beloved imprint Wall Recordings has established the leading Dutch player as an artist whose signature sound plays wonders throughout the entire industry.

Taking time out from the high-end collaborations, the second instalment of his Lost and Found series brings back the traditional vibes of his studio output with maximal force. In a blind fury of low-end fury and persistently scattered synth play, Vancouver lights the fuse for Van De Wall’s dynamic Dutch explosion, with sinister lead-driven club grinder Montreal delivering a rigid and unassuming insight into the energy of renowned live sets. Renowned little-brother of Size Records Stormer ‘Pacha on Acid’ is then given a surprisingly worthwhile turn to the down-tempo, leading the way to elaborate finale ‘What Are You Doing’ for a dynamic showdown of distorted synth and frantic phaser shots. Already promising to make 2012 his own with a string of highly anticipated releases, Lost and Found 2 is not simply a collection of B-Sides and half hearted remodes, but rather a nod to Van De Wall’s continuous vitality towards hard-hitting House music of the Dutch orientation.

A total of seven Afrojack singles have been compiled for release as part of ‘Lost and Found Part 2′ which is out now via Wall.

1. London
2. Montreal
3. Pop On Acid
4. Amsterdots
5. Show Me Your Rage
6. Vancouver
7. What Are You Doing
(via Beat My Day)



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