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
In celebration of launch of their new record label Main Course, Neoteric, BOT (the ex-Crooker) and Astronomar have bundled up 3 releases that they have awaited until today to premiere for FREE on their soundcloud. The first slab features solo EPs from both Astronomar and Bot, and then a collaborative single release called “Ghettobox” (which is the first of their SNACKS giveaway series). These tracks are hot and heavy for the club, so don’t sleep on these weapons – support our boys and the rise of a great new label!
Sean Roman has been kind to GDD™ for many years. During our December Advent, he gave away a banging EP, and today he’s lacing us with a thumping booty bass refix of DJ Spinn & DJ Rashad’s classic record ‘Girls Bust Down‘. Find the download and some of Sean’s plans for 2013 after the jump.
It’s The Dirt #105 with aRod + Tropicool runnin’ the gamut on your favorite genres, from Indie to Disco to Deep House, there’s even a dash of Freestyle Booty Bass to grime things up. Along with an indie-riffic RAC remix of The Killers, we’ve also got Feeboy’s fresh new take on Duke Dumont’s sizzler-of-the-moment, “100%”. Also featured is the long awaited track “Excommunication” by Erkka…we’ve waited six long months for this deep electro gem to come out and it’s finally here! And if that’s not enough, we’ve got some freshies from Grizzly Bear, Lancelot, Hot Natured and many more.
The long-awaited Hypercolour release from Justin Martin and Eats Everything is finally right around the corner, with the digital release on Monday the 11th. Eats has said that this is the first of many collaboration EPs between the jolly duo, and based on the sound from this EP, we can’t wait. With many collaborations, it’s easy to tell who does most of the legwork, but with Feather Fight, the talent from both producers truly shines through individually as well as synergistically. Preview below and pick it up on Monday. √+
2013 is shaping up to be a prospering year for 808s and ‘booty-tech’ basslines. The forefront label leading the charge Dirtybird walks hand in hand with their own Worthy‘s label Anabatic, casting light on fresh talent for the movement. Just released on Anabatic, Venice Beach native Ruff Hauser made his debut with his heavily supported Paul Bunyan EP featuring 3 hypnotizing tracks that are gaining some huge traction on their own. With the full dirtybird crew in favor, Ruff Hauser is giving away his own version of Justin Martin‘s “Ruff Stuff”, a personal VIP ‘Re-Ruff’ that strengthens the best samples from the original into its own jackin’ product. Grab it below, and pick up his new Paul Bunyan EP out now!
Last month we caught up with Eats Everything in our exclusive interview and the tremendous year he’s been having – as one of our top breakthrough artists from 2012 and a personal favorite of mine, it’s only fitting that he would cap off the year with his studio essential mix debut for BBC Radio 1 (Yes I know he’s done a live one) doing an ‘Edits Everything Special’ of the legendary 2 hour mix series. Educate yourself with some of the best music out there – most of which is from the man himself. Dig in.
It only takes hours before the newest popular single gets bombarded with bootleg remixes and spreads like wild fire across the blogosphere. The unique recreations however, are always worth the wait. Our friend and GDD familiar Craig Williams had something to prove towards Tyga’s “Rack City” – fashioning a club worthy ghetto-tech spin on the popularized hip-hop anthem.
The end product is pure gold, straying away from overdone bootleg formula and creating his own monster. We’ve teamed up with Craig Williams to give it away for FREE, so grab it below and let the system crank.
Engulfed in a sea of tech house, bassline, ghetto tech, NU-K garage, and deep house comes BONES - DEEP END Volume 2. There’s been an vast amount of great production this summer, and this next installment to my new mix series was long overdue. As I’ve stated before, the DEEP END ventures away from my harder hitting origins and lets you reach the depths of rolling basslines and funky riffs guaranteed to make you swim in your seat. Whether you’re at work, school, in the car, in your room, getting the party started or winding everything down – jump in the DEEP END and explore a different fathom of electronic music.
THE DEEP END Volume 2 features tracks by Catz ‘N Dogz, Mak & Pasteman, Justin Jay, Pirupa, The Sneekers, Popof, Zombie Disco Squad, Adam Port, Shadow Child, Audiojack, Sepehr, and many more.