• Listen to the first single from Porter Robinson‘s debut album
• T. Williams Shares New Track, Readies Mini-Tour
• No. 19 Music celebrates half a decade with new compilation
• Electronic Nation Canada and Bud Light announce electronic dance music partnership to bring Bud Light Digital Dreams and Bud Light Brrrrr! to Canada
• LCD Soundsystem to release The Long Goodbye
• Watch the 2013 Stereosonic After-movie
LA’s Dr. Fresch has been cultivating a strong online presence with his catchy bass-driven productions, while running his own label, Prep School Recordings, that is becoming a hub for emerging talent. With a diverse style ranging from chilled-out trap to disco and deep house, he draws upon a medley of influences to manifest his genre-fusing sound that has won him top spots on the Hype Machine and Billboard’s Next Big Sound. In his guest mix, Dr. Fresch weaves through club-ready floor fillers, like his latest track, “You’re My Obsession” ft. Nate Dogg & Animotion, Dusky’s “Careless,” and Tchami’s A Tribe Called Quest remix, before slowly dropping the tempo for a smooth, vibey finish.
Apart from his mix, we were able to catch up with Dr. Fresch about his latest single, LA’s influence on his music, plans for Prep School Recordings, and his own future musical endeavors. Read the full interview and check out the tracklist for the mix after the jump.
• Stream Pharrell‘s new album GIRL
• Dimensions Festival Announces International Launch Party Series
• KiNK‘s debut album is Under Destruction
• Listen to Lone‘s Remix of Illum Sphere
Today, the Melbourne-based producer/DJ, DCUP, releases his new single, “Someone Told Me,” alongside remixes from La Felix, Flexcop, Space Jump Salute and Backstroke. In celebration of this release, we’ve been given the green light to give you a first listen on a stand-out rendition of the slow-burning disco groover. The newcomer, La Felix, brings a fresh arrangement and a funkier edge to “Someone Told Me,” while channeling a bit of Daft Punk/Chromeo with vocoder work. Listen below and purchase the release on iTunes.
• 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
After releasing his Aston Shuffle and Ellie Goulding remixes last year, the blogosphere favorite, Special Features, returns with a distinctive remix of Flight Facilities’ “I Didn’t Believe” featuring Elizabeth Rose as his first offering in 2014. In the remix, he melds his signature melody-driven style with a nu-disco sound for a tasteful progressive house gem. Special Features has been busy cooking up fresh tunes in the studio, so you can expect more releases in the near future. Listen/Download his remix below.
• Listen to James Blake’s Harmonimix of Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d City”
• Ukranian Producer Vakula Blogs Kiev Unrest On Facebook
• Watch a New Video from Julio Bashmore
• Simian Mobile Disco Teams with Roman Flügel on New 12″
This Saturday, we will be heading up to the bay for a special GDD™ Takeover at Harlot San Francisco! The night is set to feature a House music legend from Chicago (Cajual/Relief Records) as the SECRET guest, as well as our own BONES, aRod, Shae B, and the world debut of The Interns (myself – Tōks – & Colby J.). Additionally, we’ll be celebrating the birthdays of two of San Francisco’s best event photographers, Holy Mountain and Lance Jeffrey Skundrich, so you can expect a night of revelry with a proper vibe. If you’re looking to get down to some great music this Saturday, join us at Harlot and be a part of our family affair.
RSVP to the Facebook event HERE.
Following up on their second petFood release that dropped yesterday, Miami’s up and coming trio of cosmic house music specialists, Dude Skywalker, has put together a fantastic guest mix to keep you dancing through the week and beyond. In their one hour slot, they artistically weave through some of the hottest tracks of the moment, while incorporating some deep cuts and even a remix of Casino Gold‘s “All I Need” from our own Troy Kurtz. Dude Skywalker has more impressive club-ready music on the way, so get familiar and enjoy the mix.
Tracklist after the jump…