In celebration to hitting 4000 likes on facebook, our techno brethren Craig Williams is giving away a FREE double track EP including two remade versions of some of his favorites by Nine Inch Nails. The product is a pipeline of techno that carries the haunting vocals of Trent Reznor off the grid and into dark territory. Dig in kids.
Louis La Roche’s latest + greatest song is a rework of the 1985 classic “Say I’m Your No. 1″ by Princess. LLR takes the RnB jam from yesteryear and flips it into a peak time disco charger. It’s high energy, it’s highly addictive and it’s free!
The message is simple + the delivery is electrifying. Tesla Boy teams up with London crooner Tyson to ask the question “Do you want to dance?” And the answer is…most definitely. It’s that hot + heavy kind of dancing where you get just close enough to someone, you’re barely touching them. You can feel your breath on each other as you mirror one another on the dance floor. ”Broken Doll” is a dark + sexy electrosensual jam that will surely get your engine running on the dance floor and beyond.
One of the standouts on Aeroplane’s most recent “Not-So-Monthly Mix” is the track “Love That Funk” by Alkalino. OG soul, funk, disco, house & techno producer Alkalino has been playing in clubs since the early 90s and knows what it takes to get a party going. ”Love That Funk” has party starter written all over with its energetic electro-boogie sound. A perfect Summertime party starter.
This week in the Honey lounge (GDD room) we have Dirtybird’s own Mark Starr in the house, along with Anabatic’s Kirin Rider from San Francisco! PLUS – a very special secret guest set from some people playing the main room… do NOT miss out!
Please email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5PM on Friday.
Our NYC brethren, The Knocks, just dropped off their newest mix just in time for all the debauchery I know you loyal readers have planned for this weekend. It has just the right amount of spirit and funk to keep ya dancing all day & night long. UHMERIKA NUMBER ONE!
Aptly described as, “Garage Sex,” via their Soundcloud genre classification, WMNSTUDIES bring their spacey soundscapes to somewhat of a new sound. Usher’s voice gets chopped and screwed as WMNSTUDIES comes in with a springing garage-y bassline and some industrial echoey synths to complement. It’s a different kind of dance tune that makes you want to grab your partner and two-step around the dancefloor.
Disclosure‘s debut album Settle is out in exactly 11 days, and they’ve unveiled another track from the LP this morning via their Soundcloud titled “When A Fire Starts to Burn.” As with every Disclosure song you’ve ever heard, it’s amazing. Pre-order the album here.
Perhaps for the better, LA has temporarily lost one of its top producers to the UK. Yung Taylor Freels, who goes by the name Urulu, has quickly established himself atop the ranks of sophisticated house listeners with a grip of chart-topping tracks on Exlpoited, petFood, and most recently Needwant. He’s reworked The Weeknd’s ‘Twenty Eight‘ into a balearic symphony of warm pads and soft vocal croons. If you find yourself sailing around with a bevy of babes, you’d most definitely want to impress with this tune, however, it still pairs very well with your morning coffee. Grab the free download below.
For the 4th installment of HARD’s Future Stars Mini-Mix series, we get a taste of the dirty… Dirtybird that is. Kicking off for the crew and their signature Dirtybird players stage this year @ HARD Summer, we bring you the young phenom Justin Jay. Get read for a half hour of booty bass in yo’ face, straight from the get-go with a nostalgic snoop intro