Recently, the LA-based house music maestro, Fritz Carlton, hasn’t had the best of luck as his laptop was stolen, but he’s making the most of his situation, turning negatives into positives with music. After dropping “Mohki” on the This Ain’t Bristol’s Even More Selections Compilation, he’s back to roll out the first installment, “Perspective,” of his Free Fritz Tuesdays series, which will bring more of his free tunes on a weekly basis. This new jam is a punchy 808-driven number featuring wonky synth work, a shuffling groove, and a quick rap sample to complete the bass-fueled track. Listen and download it here:
The Germany-based label, This Ain’t Bristol, has set out on a path less taken, as they’ve dedicated their curation to UK house music in a region where techno is king. In just a couple of days, they’ll be rounding out a trilogy of compilations with the release of Even More Selections, which features everyone from the label’s A&R Billy Kenny, to Mark Starr, to Fritz Carlton and several more up-and-coming artists who aim to help shape the future of dance music.
In celebration of the Even More Selections compilation release, we’ve been given the exclusive premiere of one of the tracks included – “Now” by Florida’s Mark Starr and Connecticut’s Lux Groove. Listen below to hear their beefy, ghetto-tech-esque stomper that we’ve been jammin’ to all week.
Check out the rest of Even More Selections after the jump, and pre-order it here, ahead of it’s Friday release.
After a quick west coast stint and big play at last months Bestival in Canada, the Toronto duo RYME have officially launched their label BADLQQK, kicking it off with an original from themselves – a chunky ghetto techno heater called ‘Cockfight’. We can’t wait to see who else joins the BADLQQK squad next! Listen below and grab this one when it drops August 18th on Beatport.
Back in full effect, the GDD guest mix series has returned. This week, we welcome the Toronto based Cosella, an up-and-comer gaining serious attention for his house variations, ranging from deep, ghetto, garage and bass heavy. The young gun has already dropped released on Sleazy Deep and BNR Trax, and is supporting the Go HARD Tour at the end of the month alongside Destructo, Eric Prydz, Dillon Francis, RL Grime, and more. Enough chat, it’s time to jump into the music… listen and download for FREE below!
Over the past three months, we’ve seen quite the hand of remixes dealt by the mysterious guise known as Foreign & Domestic. Blending elements of g-house and ghetto tech, this new project is definitely keeping things fresh. Today, the track in question is a remix of “Bubblegum” done to grimy ghetto perfection. Some haunting vox-pitching and a tough bassline are the main attraction, so I’m guessing you’ll be hearing this played out in Miami quite a few times. Grab the free DL now and look out for more Foreign & Domestic.
A preview of our WMC week in Miami to come, we’re proud to premiere the forthcoming single “Pussé” from Toronto duo RYME. Their Pussé/Time 2 Bump EP is due out March 23 on BNR TRAX (sub-label of BoysNoize Records), and will also feature remixes from the likes of Don Rimini, Sinden, and Cosella. Pussé is jackin, ghetto, and energetic – symbolic of the duo’s love for Chicago House, Detroit techno, and Baltimore club for good measure. Listen below, and pick it up next week on BNR TRAX!
Early support: Anna Lunoe, Crookers, Busy P, Digitalism, Jack Master, Junior Sanchez, Proxy, Ben Mono, Parris Mitchell, and more.
Sluggers have bounced onto the scene as one of the best new booty-tech producers out. I haven’t heard a bad track out of this Miami-based duo, and they continue the hot streak with today’s release. They set their sights on Aaron Smith and his massive tune “Dancin.” Unlike other remixes we’ve seen that have been very happy-dancey, Sluggers take a harder approach by incorporating a hard bass arrangement and cool tech elements. Stream it below and be sure to grab your copy on iTunes.
Last month, we got an exclusive taste of Cosella from Thump via an interview and first-listen feature. Today, we’re proud to bring you the exclusive world premiere of the Canadian producer’s debut EP “In My Roots.” Released on Sleazy G, this three-track collection of is a welcome addition to any g-house catalogue. Each track delivers a powerful punch of that big bass Cosella has become known for, yet each brings a little something different to the table. Enjoy the “In My Roots” EP and keep a lookout for more from this up-and-comer in the near future.
2014 running out, and all we can look forward to is the new year – awaiting what new artists, albums, and tracks will emerge. Well, we’ve discovered a gem to keep your ear on. We present to you Foreign & Domestic, a mysterious new project driven by the G House and Ghetto-tech movements. We can’t say much about their identity, but we can tell you they are ready for 2015 with a barrage of new music – 9 originals and 4 remixes right off the bat. If the most anthemic of hip hop and the deeper depths of bass house were locked in a room, the resulting product would be this project. Their December mini mix showcases all 13 tracks, and you can download the Tiga ‘Bugatti’ and Diplo/Alvaro ‘6th Gear’ remixes here too! Grab em below, and watch out for Foreign & Domestic as the new year unfolds…
tiga – bugatti (foreign & domestic bootleg remix)
bobby shmurda – hot nigga (foreign & domestic bootleg remix)
foreign & domestic – clothes, bankrolls and hoes (original mix)
foreign & domestic – all we want (original mix)
foreign & domestic – like dat (original mix)
yellow claw – legends (foreign & domestic bootleg remix)
foreign & domestic – smoke things (original mix)
foreign & domestic – the way (original mix)
foreign & domestic – no coming back (original mix)
foreign & domestic – don’t stop (original mix)
diplo, alvaro feat. kstylis – 6th gear (malik mustache vs. foreign & domestic bootleg remix)
foreign & domestic – batou (original mix)
foreign & domestic – flak jacket (original mix)
option4 really is a man of the people. In the past 2 months, the Denver-based DJ/producer has churned out top remixes for Sammy Bananas on Fools Gold and Indian Summer on Sweat It Out – not to mention throwing his own festival Cloak & Dagger that erupted the ever-growing dance music scene in the mile high city. His next play? Give back to the fans by releasing a FREE original on local label Night Supply. “You’re ILL” samples everyones favorite verse from Lil B of the Pack, and keeps things ghetto tech rollin with jackin house appeal. Fans of HNNY, Sacha Robotti, or any of the Dirtybird camp will be all over this one… grab it below!