New York City’s producer/DJ, Baltra, is making a strong introduction for himself with his mesmerizing new EP, The Vision, which is his debut on Curses‘ well-respected Safer At Night label. In honor of the release, we’ve enlisted this emerging underground talent for a showcase of the distinctive house and techno vibe that he, and the “Gotham”-based label have incubated in the basements, warehouses, and clubs in the city. Weaving through tracks from his EP, and others from jozif, Secondcity, Dusky, and more, Baltra offers up a fantastic guest mix that’s definitely one to hold on to for those late nights/early mornings. Check out the mix below and find his EP, as well as the mix tracklist, after the jump.
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Stockholm’s HNNY has been a favorite for quite sometime now, and he has yet to disappoint. With his chilled-out, soulful house style, he’s been garnering the attention of the masses, and now he’s really taking off after creating this outstanding remix of Flight Facilities’ “Two Bodies” featuring Emma Louise. HNNY always brings a specific vibe to his productions, and this remix is no exception. He has crafted a silky house number around the gorgeous Emma Louise vocals to induce an immersive dream-like state in the listener, so check it out to see what it’s all about.
Mysterious producers, The Rooftop Boys, are on a steady ascent, bringing their catchy pool party-ready remixes to the blogosphere with great success. Now they add to their catalog by taking on Nico & Vinz’ “Am I Wrong.” The Rooftop Boys have applied their own touch to the recognizable tune for yet another crowd-pleasing remix with a strong groove and feel-good vibe.
Joshua Garcia, aka Modus, has been on a steady ascent as a local artist here in Los Angeles, and he’s well on his way to becoming an international contender. Through his pumping techno/tech-house productions like his latest single, “There’s No Limit,” and consistent gigs at some of LA’s finest nightclubs, he’s been cultivating a loyal, like-minded fan-base, while shaping his distinctive sound by drawing upon influences such as Dusky, Umek, & Richie Hawtin. Modus is now stepping up his game with a new podcast series, Operandi Radio, and in celebration, we have an outstanding special edition of our guest mix series that will satisfy your needs for darker grooves.