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Main stage maniacs – your prayers to the ZHU craze have been answered. The mysterious producer’s hit “Faded” has gotten the big room treatment from Miami mover Damaged Goods, giving it all the beef it needs for the festival circuit. The groove of the original lies within, while a tremendous kick and hard hitting lead bassline carry this remix all the way through. Fans of Oliver Heldens, Nari & Milani and Nom De Strip will be all over this one… listen below and download it for FREE!

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Infectious vocals, full-bodied basslines, and mesmerising hooks is the POOLCLVB way of business. Riding off a recent huge GDD guest mix, it’s dancefloor-primed house music has already been showcased on remixes for Motez, Kilter, Tube & Berger and Micky Kojak. Backed by the nostalgic and carefree inspiration from the 90′s, POOLCLVB keep it fresh & fruity, every time.

On their first journey off the back streets of Bondi Beach, POOLCLVB enlist the vocal prowess of Erin Marshall who delivers the word, some real warm love, to this bumping hooked-up instrumental. Here You’re Mine is a classic slice for the future sound of house music…already backed by, we warmly welcome them to the floor.

Listen below, and grab this when it drops on Halloween!

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Quite fitting for this Halloween month – Aussie brethren Jensen Interceptor and Craig Williams collaborated on an EP for GND records and it is a diabolical concoction of techno. Their Divide EP features noise fit for any berlin dungeon or french basement, boasting club-piping tracks that fans of Gesaffelstein, TIGA, and Boys Noize will be all over.

The EP has made serious waves in its realm, gaining support from the likes of Jon Convex, Zombie Nation, Thomas Schumacher, Sharooz, Djedjotronic, Mixhell, Monsieur Monsieur, Shadow Dancer, Louisahhh and more!

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The #Future1Hundred regime rolls on with another game-changer from Whiiite – this time taking on DJ Mustard, YG & Drake’s chart-topping hood anthem “Who Do You Love”. The original’s eerie piano keys keeps this one to the streets, but Whiiite’s future sound it to a whole new level with a howling drop and massive low end. Grab it below for FREE, and be on the lookout for more from the #Future1Hundred movement!

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Summer is almost out of reach, but the Tropical house lord Thomas Jack is making sure you’re never letting go… the young Australian DJ/producer has took the internet by storm over the past year racking up millions of soundcloud plays and causing an anxious wait for tour dates. THAT WAIT IS OVER – TJ is back with his new remix for Ben Sollee’s single “Letting Go” inspired by his recent travels to Tulum, Mexico, and is finally cleared his visa to travel stateside for a much anticipated string of dates this fall across North America alongside fellow Tropical house phenom KYGO. Grab the new jam below and be on the lookout for performances (finally) near you!

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The combined forces of Magnetic Magazine, 6am Group, Pulse Radio, Music Is 4 Lovers, and Underrated Property have set forth a stellar Fall lineup for their weekly party in Hollywood - Clinic Wednesdays. Tonight is no exception, as they welcome the “Mr. Nice Guy” Miami house gangster Jesse Perez. Supporting the night are local legends January Black and our very own BONES. Hollywood is gonna get hot and heavy tonight, don’t miss out!

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Fresh off its premiere on The Magician’s Magic Tape mix series, Belgian duo Arches has released their new single “Want You” for FREE download!

Following the single “There’s A Place” and their recent remix for Kiesza’s “Giant In My Heart”, the boys wanted to give back to their fans a club tool inspired by their first set of shows across Europe. The Magician debuted “Want You” in his latest Magic Tape and again on his guest mix for BBC Radio 1 this past weekend.

It’s bass-laden piano driven melodies provide the perfect bed for the plaintive vocal. The breakdown brings a truly epic moment, bringing together darker synths and bass notes before the percussion welcomes back the compulsive groove.

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Summer is winding down, and we’re finally feeling the temperatures beginning to drop. To roll you along with the changing seasons, I present to you the 7th installment of BONES THE DEEP END series – featuring the best in house, garage, tech, deep, bassline, booty, ghetto and everything else that ventures into uncharted waters. This time I have an eclectic combination of the tracks I’ve been rinsing in my sets as of late, along with some forthcoming exclusives and a few classics for good measure. I also have finally unveiled the track listing, so listen below and start digging for all the gems you’ve been hearing.

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TRACK LIST:
Treasure Fingers & BOSCO – Names
Barrientos, Illyus – Ballin (Original Mix)
Billon – Special (CamelPhat Remix)
Shadow Child, Eli & Fur – Seeing Is Believing (Original Mix)
Jessie Ware – Say You Love Me (Gorgon City Remix)
Sam Smith – I’m Not The Only One (Armand Van Helden Remix)
Fabio Giannelli – Maintain (Original Mix)
Trent Cantrelle – What I Need (Original Mix)
Destructo ft. YG – Party Up (Thee Cool Cats Remix)
Kove – Love For You
Kry Wolf – Citrus
Benson ft. Lex Famous – Hot Mess (Dom Dolla Remix)
Motez – Own Up (POOLCLVB Remix)
Three Bar – Movin
Foamo – Rep Your Manor
Option4 – Love Like No Other (Original Mix)
Lykke Li – No Rest For The Wicked (Joris Voorn Remix)
Kiwi – The Mara (Duke Dumont Remix)
Poupon – So Long
Foals vs. Booka Shade – My Number/Charlotte (RÜFÜS cover)

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The LA jack of all trades Whiiite revamped Moguai’s original ACIIID into his newly established Future1Hundred treatment, a forward thinking fusion of trap, hip-hop and house. This one takes you into the opening scene of Blade as if you we’re actually there for the party (and not to be massacred). He’s given this one out for FREE to his fans, so grab it below and get the aciiid flowin…


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To get you ready for their headline show tomorrow night 9/12 in Los Angeles @ Exchange, we caught up with the LA-based duo Oliver, who’s techno driven yet disco spirited sound has catapulted them to wide spread support and made them a household name along the festival circuit.

GDD: Your Light Years Away EP just dropped this week on Fool’s Gold. Both ‘Light Years Away’ and ‘Fast Forward’ boast massive techno driven bass lines that reconcile with disco and funk chords and vocals throughout. What was the inspiration behind the 2 tracks?

OLIVER: If I remember correctly, Vaughn had the idea for the main bassline in Light Years Away and we just started building the track around that. We wrote the section that ended up becoming the bridge on piano and the lyric/melody with our friend Ryland. A lot of the time we aren’t really sure what parts are going to end up in the finished song so we like to try a bunch of ideas and see what sticks.

For Fast Forward, we had that little vocal part from some other song that ended up not going anywhere. We always liked the idea and actually tried to use it a couple times but it never went anywhere. This is a great example of having a vocal idea or song title and letting that dictate the direction of the track. We actually used the iPad a bunch on this song. And the final bassline that you hear was like one of 10 that we ended up settling on minutes before having to hand the song in.

GDD: Your production has evolved over the past few years, as you guys have played bigger shows and festivals? Has that had any effect on the productions?How would you describe what makes it an “Oliver” track?

OLIVER: We try our best to play out tracks that will translate well to crowds while at the same time be something we can stand behind. I think that has become something that is a motivator in the studio, to make songs that can translate in a live setting but not sound like everybody else. I think these two tracks are prime examples of us just having come off the road and wanting to have something original to play.

GDD: You’ve become really close with Destructo and the HARD family, both in the studio and on stage… how did that all come to be?

OLIVER: We work with a company called Pulse who manages us and Gary is a close friend of the Pulse team. That’s how we all met and started to collaborate on music in the studio.

GDD: This Friday you guys play Exchange in downtown Los Angeles. What’s your favorite thing about performing in LA and are you excited for such a big headline show?

OLIVER: Yeah! It’s gonna be a fun one. Definitely feels good having all our friends and team there who have been so supportive since day one. We are really excited to have some new material out and also working on a lot more of it. Hopefully we will be able to test out some demos on the night.

GDD: It BONES birthday party on Friday… what’s the worst/most embarrassing birthday memory you guys (each) have?

OLIVER: Oh man, I’m pretty sure every birthday of mine ends in embarrassment. I’m pretty sure we’ve all had those birthdays where people wont stop buying you shots. I mean, it would be rude not to take them right? Haha