Toronto based Meech and Rynecologist‘s collaborative project RYME has delivered, straight from a different realm, their remix of Tiga‘s new chugger “Bugatti”. I can’t decide if this is techno for pop fans, or perhaps pop for techno fans – either way, it’s jackin and crunk as fuhhhhk. RYME‘s rework gives the original some bounce, a fatter bassline, and a thicker amount of overall driving energy. This is some jukin’ techno – DL it for free below!
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• John Talabot and Axel Boman announce Talaboman single
• Tiga‘s new track is a “Bugatti”
• Tricky announces new album, Adrian Thaws; stream the excellent ‘Nicotine Love’ here
• Tiga and Audion reveal new single and joint tour plans
• Flying Lotus on his new album: “It’s like Miles Davis imagining what jazz sounds like today”
• Hear Rustie’s explosive remix of ‘Back Seat Ho’ from Machinedrum’s forthcoming Fenris District EP
• Listen to Samo Sound Boy‘s New “Open” Single
• Tiga drops hints about new album
• Light Nightclub Turns On Friday, April 26th, 2013
• Doctor’s orders: Avicii forced to cancel more gigs
• Hideout announces 2013 boat party lineup
• MK next up on Defected’s In The House series
What could go wrong with a collaboration between Montreal Technohead, Tiga, and American electronic Pop producer, Matthew Dear? Absolutely nothing. The new single from Tiga co-produced with the Texan musician is a perfect concoction of influences; taking inspiration from 80s TV shows while paying respect to the underground sounds of Detroit. Tiga handpicked his remixes for the release on December 17th, including a Big Room remix from Jacques Lu Cont and a more minimal, hypnotic take from German duo, Ame. Stream “Plush” below. √+
• Deadmau5 hypes new live show concept: “I can’t believe no one has thought of it”
• Dubfire on reviving Deep Dish: “Festivals are getting tired of the same old artists”
• Tiga mixes Tiga Non Stop
• Warehouse Project announce NYE party
• Grenier Readies EP for Symbols, Shares Preview
• Take a First Look at Ableton Live 9
After listening to Tiga‘s firing remix of the new FOOTPRINTZ single this morning, I did a bit of digging to see what the man from Montreal has been up to recently. Very pleasantly surprised, I learned that Tiga was coming out of a multi-year original solo production hiatus to make the 100th release for Damian Lazarus‘ Crosstown Rebels imprint. The EP is titled The Picture and will be released August 27th, with two originals as well as a remix from Crosstown’s Subb-An. The entire EP evokes a dark characteristic that agrees with the underground label’s reputation and matches it with Tech/Pop sensibilities from Tiga. With nearly 10 years under its belt, we congratulate Damian Lazarus and Crosstown Rebels on their 100th release, and commend Tiga on his much appreciated return to his solo project. √++ Continue Reading
Visionquest not only makes up the supergroup of Seth Troxler, Lee Curtiss, Shaun Reeves, and Ryan Crosson, but it’s also a home to sounds that are supported by the foursome, like the new single from Canadian duo and VQ partypals, FOOTPRINTZ. “Dangers of the Mouth” is the first single from their forthcoming debut album, and Visionquest has started them off with a bang as they commission fellow Montrealean and Turbo mastermind, Tiga, for an uptempo rework that brings the dark, synthpop original off of its knees and into dancefloor territory. This great remix along with another rendition from Detroit’s Jimmy Edgar will be released exclusively on Beatport August 13th before its worldwide release on the 27th. √+ Continue Reading
The other day Tiga made his return to his BBC 6music residency for the first time this year with a mix recorded unsuspectingly in Goa, India. Labeled as a ‘Trance’ special, Tiga characteristically takes the genre in his own direction for a mix unlike any you’ve heard before.
Tracklist after the jump. Continue Reading
The Dirt #11 cannot be contained by a mere eleven tracks! I’ll refrain from making any Dirt[y] dozen jokes (very hard not to, mind you) and I’ll say no more, get your grimey little ears on it.
• Duck Sauce – Barbara Streisand (Original Mix) (link removed by request)
• Boy 8-Bit – Yard Birds √+ topping my list for a few weeks now.
• LCD Soundsystem – I Can Change (Tiga Remix)
• Visti & Meyland – Yes Maam (All Nite Long) (Trentemøller Remix) (√+)
• Shinichi Osawa – Singapore Swing feat. Paul Chambers
• Retro/Grade – Pulsar (12 Inch Version) √+ erol and alex ridha like it
• Major Lazer – Bruk Out (Buraka Som Sistema Mix)
• Gregor Salto feat. Helena Mendes – Mas Que Nada (Hardwell & Rehab Remix)
• Teenage Bad Girl – Tonton Funk (Les Petits Pilous Remix)
• Reekay Garcia – Back To The Beat (Riva Starr Remix)
• Boys Noize – 1010 (128 kbps) do I even need to put a √+ here?
• Skream – The Epic Last Song just beat this, feeling jubilant; my current drive home song.
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