For those who aren’t familiar with SoySauce, you’re not entirely alone. This production team has remained a bit of a mystery in it’s 8 months of existence, all the while dropping some unexpectedly huge tunes. Today, however, they dropped a brand new track and made an announcement revealing up-and-coming producer Royal as one half of the group. Listening to both bodies of work will definitely offer a good insight to how his skill set is incorporated into the SoySauce project. As for the track, “Broken Record” is smart and ethereal, featurig vocals from Joni Fatora and a really vibey bass arrangement. Enjoy!
Let’s start off with Brenmar. This guy made some huge noise in 2014 with his tunes, including three extremely well-received remixes of Rick Ross, Beyonce and Route 94. His style is difficult to pinpoint, but obviously draws inspiration from jersey, hip-hop, and a handful of other bass music genres. For his take on Theophilus London, he decided to slow things down a touch, letting the original track shine in a different light. Look out for his forthcoming “Award” EP set to be released later this month on Fool’s Gold Records.
Enter Sliink & Nadus, two of the most outspoken leaders of the jersey movement, which you can explore further yourself in a recent Vice documentary on genre. These guys have both become very well known in their own regards for their jersey/bass production prowess, and it was about time that they tag-teamed a track. They don’t disappoint, as they transform Theophilus London’s track into rough, tough dancefloor bomb. Enjoy!
Our good homies over at Dim Mak Records called Boots N Pants have whipped up 30 minutes of the grooviest, funkiest, housiest jams yule hear from Aoki’s label all year. They thoroughly impressed us with this track listing, as its a proper house driven mix steering aside from their regular main stage appeal. Here’s what they had to say:
Happy Holidaze to the Dim Mak massive! As a ‘lil treat for you this season, we present our free “House for the Holidays” DJ mix! This shrewdly-arranged 30 minute mix highlights a selection of Dim Mak’s recent and forthcoming house offerings (from G, to deep, to future), along with some choice bootlegs. Mixed by hometown favorites Boots N Pants, the set features tracks and remixes from the likes of Justin Martin, Chris Lornezo, Jacob Plant, Taiki Nulight, Bixel Boys, Yolanda Be Cool and Daniel Fernandes.
Kenna – Relations (Justin Martin Remix)
Chuck Inglish feat. Chromeo – Legs (Yolanda Be Cool Remix)
Borgore – Fame (Daniel Fernandes Remix)
Rich Homie Quan – Type Of Way (Boots N Pants Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]
Panic City – Real Lies (Original Mix)
Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo feat. Kid Ink – Boneless (Chris Lorenzo Remix)
Ookay – Drop Et Agen (Original Mix)
Keys N Krates – She’s So High (Taiki Nulight Remix)
Yolanda Be Cool – Cause I Like It (Benson Remix)
Botnek & 3LAU – Vikings (Bixel Boys Remix)
Jacob Plant – Louder (Kayliox Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]
Borgore – Syrup (Boots N Pants Remix)
Jacob Plant – Ice Cream (Original Mix)
Joe Ghost – LIBG (Janpier x Waverokr Remix)
Shaun Frank – Mind Made Up (Original Mix)
Up-and-comer Loosid has been peaking a fair amount of the interest with only a handful of releases over 10 days. Another anonymous figure, I’m beginning to see a theme here. Regardless of the mysterious details surrounding the producer, the project is impressive, crossing over genres effortlessly and skillfully. The previous releases include trap, house, and future house, stepping into a new arena today with this John Mayer remix. Without further ado, enjoy this glitchy-yet-melodic take on the classic jam.
With previous releases on Skrillex’s Nest label, and a stand out remix of Adam F & Cory Enemy’s “When It Comes To You,” Los Angeles’ emerging producer/DJ, Rags, continues to show great promise with his tasteful brand of bass music that was born out of hip-hop, trap, and club influences. Today, he’s coming through with this week’s GDD™ Guest Mix that he’s dubbed, “I’ll Be With You Till The Lights Turn On.” Rags keeps the energy up and the track selection diverse as he takes listeners on a bass-filled ride through custom edits/mashups, and tracks from the likes of Mr. Carmack, Rustie, Club Cheval, Giraffage, Mr. Oizo, and even The Beatles as the mix winds down and the lights turn on. Listen/download below and check the tracklist after the jump.
Winter is looking bright & bouncy thanks to a new remix from Dropout of the Galantis smash “Runaway (U & I)”. L.A. (by way of Santa Barbara) trio Dropout deliver a pounding yet blissful remix of supergroup Galantis that has winter festival anthem written all over it. While Dropout may be deemed newcomers, it’s three members, Selden, Ray & Ethan have all had solo success. From anthem Disco to big room Bass, their collective sound is diverse & well polished. Don’t be surprised if attendees at this year’s SnowGlobe festival go wild in the snow for this one…
If your Summer was extra sensual, it was probably due to the sex bomb that Pat Lok dropped on you back in June. His original track “Could Be Mine“, featuring Patrick Baker on vocals, was one of the hottest love songs of the Summer. Fast forward to current day & “Could Be Mine” makes its presence felt once again with three fantastic remixes. The remix package features Wantigga, Chores & Red Milk. Ranging from soulful Kaytra-grooves to peak time goodness to experimental soul, the “Could Be Mine” remix EP has a little something for everyone…
Tis’ the season for giving thanks, and that’s just what Dirtybird veteran Worthy wants to do for all you web surfers out there. Staying true to his camp’s sound, he’s taken Odesza‘s future thinking single “Sun Models” and flipped it into a bass heavy house track fit for the club. The melodic vocals of Madelyn Grant now get a jackin appeal, but Worthy keeps just enough of the dreaminess in the original to carry all the way through. Fans of Hannah Wants, Gorgon City and of course the entire Dirtybird brigade will be all over this one. Grab it below for FREE DOWNLOAD!
GDD has teamed up with Healthgoth.com to bring you a definitive soundtrack for your workouts. We’ve enlisted some of our favorite DJs and producers to make mixes for you to blast in your headphones to help drown out the Top 40 and help you finish that last rep. The first mix comes correct from Philadelphia Street Bass God, Starkey, with an hour of grime and heavy bass to celebrate his new record, BA66, which just dropped on SMOG. Tune in and get to sweating.
[Artwork by Raven Kwok]
The sounds of Los Angeles are strong on the new remix from L.A. producer BetaTraxx for L.A. duo Pr0files on their song “Forgive”. Pr0files once described the city of Los Angeles as sunny & twisted. The same can be said to describe this phenomenal remix by BetaTraxx. While the hypnotizing vocals give the song its shine, it’s the rework by BetaTraxx that gives the song its twisted, zombie Disco persona. The crisp, multi-layered production by BetaTraxx takes pieces of 90s, bass heavy Chemical Brothers, dirty, late-2000s Kavinsky & modern day Oliver-style Electro and molds them all together for one extra filthy remix. Crank this one all the way up & cruise around L.A. with the top down (while wearing all black, of course…because that’s the sunny & twisted thing to do).