Dr. Fresch is proud to announce the release of KDrew – “Last Train To Paradise (Dr. Fresch)”, as the winning remix of Good Game Records’ KDrew – “Last Train To Paradise” official remix competition! Dr. Fresch’s remix is now available for free download through Good Game Records’ SoundCloud. In addition to receiving an official remix release on Good Game Records, Dr. Fresch will also be performing on the main stage at Red Rocks, Colorado on July 18th at Global Dance Festival as a part of the grand prize for winning the competition. It tastes good, and is plenty funky! Check it out below.
Future Classic‘s own, Touch Sensitive isn’t a sound, it’s a feeling. It’s served frothy, always smooth, and imported strait from down under. With a wardrobe only to match the intricacy of his sounds, a beautiful music mosaic is formed. Ascending and descending melodies paired with funky bass will have you cruising in the sun-kissed rays in no time. It’s time to eat some pizza, get sensitive, see sounds, and listen to colors because when this tape is over, you’ll swear you might have drank a little too much of that serotonin smoothie.
Oh, did i forget to mention this is the solo project of Mikey from Van She?
Tracklisting After the Jump
Hip house & programmed synth progressions equal success. No one could pull off this combo better than our buddy from belguim, A.N.D.Y. He gets help from Dominique Young Unique who sounds like a blend of Lisa Left Eye Lopes of TLC & Yolandi of Die Antword. Strange combo? Yes – But it works magically; give it a spin below.
Adding to the festivities to come this weekend, the newly LA transplant known as Will Bailey has lended his mixing capabilities to us dirty dancers and creative a one-of-a-kind GDD exclusive mix to amplify your week and the madness to come. The hour long live recording features an onslaught of the dirtiest new tunage out there, including some of his own forthcoming releases as well as hot new gems from the likes of Knife Party, Torro Torro, Calvertron & Downlink, Nom De Strip, Jay Fay, and way too many more. Grab it below and scour the track listing for the heavy hitters you need…. Enjoy!
DIPLO ft. LAZERDISK – SET IT OFF
DIPLO ft. FLINCH AND KAY – NO PROBLEM
BRO SAFARI – UNCRUSHABLE (JAY FAY REMIX)
XXXCHANGE – BOUNCE (JAY FAY REMIX)
KNIFE PARTY ft. MISTA JAM – SLEAZE
POISOUND – BABIES LIKE DRUGS
SKRILLEX AND DAMIEN MARLEY – MAKE IT BUN DEM (POISOUND REMIX)
ALVIN RISK – PSYCHOTIC
2EDIT – TROPICALIA (TORRO TORRO REMIX)
AC SLATER – SIDEWINDER
BONSAI KAT – EGO TRIPPING (NOM DE STRIP REMIX)
WAX MOTIF AND NEOTERIC – GO DEEP (TORRO TORRO REMIX)
KNIFE PARTY – RAGE VALLEY
ETC!ETC! AND WILLY JOY – FIYA
MALENTE & BREAKFASTKLUB – HYMN (FUNKIN MATT REMIX)
DOWNLINK & CALVERTRON – GET READY
TONY ANTHEM & AXL ENDER – NIGHTFALL
PORTER ROBINSON – THE STATE (SKISM REMIX)
WILL BAILEY – EAT MY LAZER
BRILLZ & WHISKEY PETE – ACID TRIPPIN
DISMANTLE – COMPUTATION
WILL BAILEY – THIS IS MY STEEZ
SINDEN – PULL UP [DILLON FRANCIS REMIX]
DATSIK – STAND STILL
As if the EDM acts coming out of France weren’t killing it already, another French outfit called Club Cheval (Canblaster, Myd, Sam Tiba & Panteros666) is quickly making its mark in this competitive industry as one of the most radical acts of the moment. In the midst of their upcoming EP on Bromance Records, the four-piece monster group just released an exclusive preview in mixtape form for Dazed & Confused Magazine. The tape features their very first original track. Download free!
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Coming off a huge week of WMC/MMW and Ultra Music Fest, we return to LA to bring you a high energy VERSUS lineup that is sure to shake the west side. This thursday, the one and only Will Bailey will be making the US debut as his underground moniker LOW STEPPA. On top of that, his partner in crime (on the hugely supported moombah anthem ‘Ruckus’) Valentino Khan will be dropping a set, as well as techniquq mgmt / iheartradio’s Sam Hiller. Supporting the night will also be sets by Evan Koncan and Redbull’s Ryan Lassi.
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It wasn’t long ago when Jon Pegnato made up half of LA Riots, but now, he has embarked on a solo mission under the Hot Mouth moniker, bringing Electro and House to the masses. In the past couple of months, Hot Mouth has been busy. Besides signing with Liaison Artists and playing at the Palms in Vegas every week, he’s been working on collaborations with Felix Cartal, Nom De Strip, TJR, and more, as well as putting together a monthly mix series for our lucky ears here at GDD™. Now, it is time for Hot Mouth to make his VS debut at The Central in Santa Monica, and we couldn’t be more excited. Support on the night will come from SF’s Realboy, Gojira, and Check&Mate.
The golden tune is finally coming out next week. After months of mystery and anticipation, TJR is unveiling ‘Funky Vodka’, his soulful swingin’ ruckus of a jam. Prepare for what I’ve BEEN calling (since last year) one of the best tracks of 2012. Set to release on Chris Lake’s Rising Music on February 20th, I can’t wait to see the widespread success and support (not to mention the remixes that will follow!)
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We’re kickin off this weekend RIGHT NOW. The main man TJR has just put out (2) phenomenal mixes for the masses, representing the electro edge and the funky fidgety techno side. In celebration of TJ performing @ our VERSUS party tonight in Santa Monica, he has given us the exclusive unveiling of the track listing for his mysterious ‘Funky Tekno’ mix – we’ll wait a second while you go “YESSSTTTTHHHHH.” Packed with staples from this madman’s DJ sets, you’re bound to find some gems in these track listings. TJR has huge releases forthcoming on Chris Lake’s Rising Music label, along with support from the likes of Tiesto, Fatboy Slim, Chuckie, Benny Benassi, Dada Life, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and so many more…
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Hot off the press, our Canadian buddies Botnek have sent us their newest remix, taking on the sounds of house mogul Tocadisco. These guys keep impressing me with their innovative directions on every remix, always testing the limits of the original tracks. This version goes from a hard hitting club bassline, to a almost glitch hop breakdown, and then resurrected back to its uptempo slimy techno. GET WEIRD.
Grab the FULL EP HERE - featuring remixes by Slap In The Bass, Oui’Wack, Stefano Noferini and Botnek.