Deep in the heart of Summer 2K14 – The Interns were born…
Non-Classically trained by the affected minds over at Gotta Dance Dirty, the Los Angeles-based duo, The Interns, took the season by storm lighting up EDC Las Vegas, Hollywood Pool Parties, San Francisco Nightlife, and the High Seas of Californ-i-a.
Now they launch ‘The Interns Present:’ a bi-monthly mix series that takes on the plight of the 9-5. Their debut “Day Off” mixtape features an eclectic array of soulful House music and playful bass-lines that give way to interstellar sonic escapism.
What you’re about to hear are the tunes that carried The Interns to their true calling – behind the decks…#FuckDesks.
Tracklist coming soon…
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Summer is slipping away as we are pushed into the seasonal transition of Autumn. I can feel the warm memories of golden days being washed into the silent sea, as I long for the summer season to last – just.a.little.bit.longer.
But, alas, the persistence that lies within us forces us to grasp the present and move forward…How do we move forward from summer bliss and the circumstance of seasonal love that leaves us blinded, paralyzed and slightly twisted? Cue in Roy Wilkins’ latest remix of Jeremih’s “All The Time” to ease those feelings of sexual angst and desire. A GDD homie, and player in the game for quite some time, delivers one smooth, impassioned number that will invoke some panty wetting and keep your summer fling alive in your mind as you progress into fall.
Watch out for Roy Wilkins. He’s on one.
UK duo Dusky have taken it one deeper with their latest production, “4T4″, and after listening to the song all I want to do is fly away to some jungle and dance naked in the trees and never come back from the mystical land of where “4T4″ took me.
The track is beautiful, lush and entrancing – with hypnotic pads, chilling vocals, and a knocking bassline. “4T4″ will appear on the forthcoming Anjunadeep mix cd due out on August 25th. Check the rest of the tracklisting after the jump.
Virginia-bred and LA-based Petey Clicks has been on a tear since stepping out as a solo act. Signed to AC Slater‘s Party Like Us Records, Petey has been producing some bass nasty heat and continues to cross genre barriers like a BAWSE.
With “BAE”, the title track for his forthcoming EP, we hear a fresh chord progression, accented with some playful vox – all bundled together to make one solid, summer-toned bass tuneage.
BAE is out August 12th on Party Like Us Records. Listen to it here.
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!
Treasure Fingers and buzzing Atlanta singer/songwriter BOSCO have joined forces to bring you one glossy, swagilicious and savory summertime jam. BOSCO’s vocals are straight up BOSSAY, while Mr. Fingers’ keen hands serves us a delicious amount of cowbell intermixed with a plethora of grooves – which as a result, delivers a vogue-ready, street struttin’, feel good tune. “Names” is out 7/29 on Fools Gold Records.
UK House frontrunner, Huxley, did us all a favor this past week and premiered the lead single from his forthcoming EP, The Machine, due out this month on Aus Music. The track, “Oil Spill,” showcases a fresh combination of a deep, pumping bassline entangled in hauntingly vibey builds and stabbing samples. Driving and dark, “Oil Spill” is primed for late night play — I can hear this rippling off the walls of underground parties near and far already. Looking forward to hearing more from The Machine before its release on the 21st.