Bass producer and generally chill bro, Butch Clancy, just ratcheted things up a notch. His weekly track giveaway known as #TrapTuesdays culminates today with the final track on the free-to-download LP. I give Butch a bold move on this one– I am a huge fan of giving away entire albums for free– and offer my suggestion that one eye be kept on ‘ol Butch in the next few months.
Seductive grooves. Deeper-than bass. Spot-on, haunting vocals courtesy of the duo themselves. ”Never Sleeping” gave me the chills and I’ve had “Such a Rush” stuck in my head since I first heard it. Our very own Troy Kurtz and partner Panic Bomber have nailed it.
Our very own Troy Kurtz brings you a truly unique mix of solid house grooves in his signature sexy suave, to commemorate his momentous relocation from Miami to LA. May this be a sign of more great things to come. Welcome to your new home, bud.
RL Grime has the trillest costume on the block today with his † HALLOWEEN MIX 2012 †, with the GoosebumperRL Stine himself co-signing on a creepy intro for the thing. Haunted-ass trap chopped up with creepy goodies galore… and “CLIQCLIQ- ??????” Huge. I’m trying to get real scared and keeping this on repeat for a couple hours.
More from MadTech here to set your weekend off on a hot one. They’re consistently grabbing new talent in the universe of UK Bass, Funky and the experimental. This one is Ill Blu, a production duo of Def1 and Jreel. Rumbling bass, sliced up by synth strikes and an ever-present, pounding 4/4 beat. Have a listen, and grab the free download at the bottom.
Gérard de la Disco is (was?) allegedly a “disco legend” who’s tracks are just now surfacing. His remix of Giorgio Moroder‘s classic, “From Here to Eternity” has been entered in this contest with his consent. Moroder is a pioneer and godfather of electronic music and disco; the original is of course a timeless masterpiece. But you already knew that. Gérard, on the other hand? Who knows. Fun story? Actual legend? No idea. The individual who sent me this did a good job of being equally mysterious. In any event, listen, enjoy, and be sure to vote for it in the remix competition. If the track does well in this contest, we’ve been told to stay tuned for more music from Gérard as more of his body of work begins to see the light of day (there is more).