The Parisian duo known as ALESIA has broken through with their genre-defying style of dance music, and the world is has taken notice. With releases on OWSLA, Mad Decent, and more, ALESIA is also being recognized by well-respected tastemakers in the scene, while keeping their music fresh and forward-thinking. In their fantastic guest mix, which they’ve dubbed “I Call My Brother ‘Moon’ Cause He Shine Like One,” they offer a broad spectrum of styles and rhythms made cohesive with their harder, high energy vibe that will keep you on the edge of your seat – or off of it, for that matter. Enjoy the mix below and stay tuned for ALESIA‘s sophomore EP on OWSLA this Summer.
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It’s been two years since Chi Duly‘s Balloons of Haus, the remix album that did victory laps around the internet with a cosign from The Weeknd himself. Since then, this Brooklyn-based artist has maintained a steady flow of crowd favorites, while cultivating his original sound. With an arsenal of remixes on deck, album co-production credits on the upcoming Shadows on Stars project, and a follow up to Balloons of Haus due late summer, he’s ready to take his career to new heights.
In celebration of Wacks Records‘ inaugural release, a split single from Chi Duly and Aloha, “Never Give Up/Soul Jam,” coming on Tuesday, July 8th, Chi Duly has put together a 22-track guest mix that bridges deep house with rap and R&B, making for a cool house party vibe. Additionally, he’s included two previously unreleased tracks for exclusive downloads (DL in tracklist after the jump), so be sure to grab those after enjoying the mix.
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South Africa’s Cuebur started his career as a musical child prodigy with tracks pulsating throughout local clubs and dance floors by the age of 15. He took it upon himself to bring his country a different sound by producing house and hip-hop, which contributed to him being regarded as a reputable and appreciated DJ/producer by peers and fans alike. Taken under the wing of the trusted Defected Records, Cuebur is now making noise on an international stage with releases like his recent album, For Headz Only, while strengthening his presence in his local scene. In this guest mix, he merges African-influenced organic sounds with house for a clubby world music-type vibe.
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Over 3 years ago, I discovered the soulful bass music maestro, Gladkill, and I was blown away by one of his first remixes. Fast forward to today, and now, this budding artist has his new Accolades EP to add to his lengthy catalog of outstanding music, countless tour dates under his belt, and a new record label, Foundations Recordings, to call his own.
With this release, Gladkill stays true to his musical roots, while traversing through bass music, hip hop and trap influences, R&B, deep house, garage, 2-step and downtempo for a diverse collection of six new songs. It’s an impressive and refreshing release from front to back, and the strong vibes will keep you coming back for more. Purchase the EP on iTunes and pick up the GDD™ exclusive free download of “Let U Go” HERE.
After dropping their GDD™ Guest Mix and a Stevie Wonder remix, the Autograf boys are back with another large remix, but this time it’s for Pharrell’s “Gust Of Wind” featuring Daft Punk. This release marks the beginning of their “Future Summer” remix series where they’ll be giving their favorites tracks their “Future House,” Summer-inspired remix treatment. In this rendition, Autograf has merged groovy electro-soul type sounds with a housey vibe for a fantastic feel-good tune.