Welcome back to our infamous weekly round-up aka THE DIRT, bundling a collection of grade-A tunage to get you through the week or kick-off your weekend! I’m happy to present our 90th edition this week, featuring a collaborative curation of our very own BONES with the one and only Viceroy of powerhouse music outlet VACAY VITAMINS. I’ve teamed up with the SF-based boy wonder to bring you a spectrum of genres guaranteed to put the bounce in our booty. Shall we begin?

Listen + Download all (10) tracks (after the jump)


The Martin Brothers – Duckface (U-Tern & Grandtheft’s Dip Edit)
Saw this bad boy on an A-Trak set list and knowing that I trust his taste and I dig U-Tern, I knew it was a gem. 

Martel – Ricochet (DCUP Remix)
My man DCUP just dropped this remix. Fantastic blend of electro and disco that drops appropriately. 

Starfox – Making It Hard
My buddy made this awhile back and it’s pretty unknown. I love the fusion of 90s rnb and crazy disco bass in this mix.

Pharao Black Magic – Hermes ft. Ghostape
This swiss producer reminds me of Cut copy a lot, and with a release on Future Classic and Kitsune make no mistake!

Souls Of Mischief – Cab Fare
Could be my favorite hip hop song of all time, and it’s only a b-side track. Don’t sleep on this people.


Ese’ & Zain – Political Sirens (PTN Remix)
The SD duo release a tremendous amount of techno in this one – PTN gives it the bounce it needs for the club set. DOWNLOAD

Neo Fresco – Red Pyramid
Debuted his FREE EP last week, but I have to shine light on this tune again because it was a gem hidden behind the others. The lead is hypnotizing.

Kanye West ft. Jay-Z – Clique (### & Footwork Remix)
Had to include a little trap in the mix, and for those who care – this one is a monster version of the already massive current jam.

Marshall Jefferson vs. Noosa Heads – Mushrooms (Justin Martin Remix)
A great way to start things up on wind things down in your sets. The tune tells a crazy story and the dirtybird JM puts you right in the thick of it. BASS.

Plastic Plates – Things I Didn’t Know I Loved (Amine Edge & Dance Remix)
What a production on both sides. Deep Disco with a thug appeal. Kitsune did us a favor making this the giveaway remix on the EP. We win.