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.
Pierce Fulton recently dropped this month’s episode of his hit Sirius radio show, Get Weird and it is certainly the most dynamic piece of the series so far. This month’s episode further demonstrates that Pierce has a rare ability to put together a solid genre-blurring mix that not only radiates energy but also keeps the listener guessing.
Check out the newest episode of Get Weird after the jump!
The latest EP forthcoming on Los Angeles imprint, Body High, is from label boss Samo Sound Boy. The 9th release on the newly founded label, 5 Dollar Paradiseconsists of 4 new originals featuring bouncy, Ghetto Techno with some obvious hits of Acid thrown in the mix. The EP will be available worldwide a week from today on the 25th, so I suggest you mark your calendars now. √+
Samo Sound Boy – 5 Dollar Paradise EP 1) 5 Dollar Paradise
2) Watch Me Ride
3) Drive Time
4) Acid Walk ft. Njena Reddd Foxxx
Dim Mak‘s NY transplant Dan Oh has taken up a new alias Brass Fergie – cultivating a wide spectrum of bass-driven sound that saw massive exposure opening the Dim Mak stage @ this year’s Electric Zoo Music Festival. He has teamed up with our mutual friends at THE WELL to bring you a showcase of his new found appeal, featuring an awesome blend of basslines through House, UK Funky, NU-K Garage and Ghetto-tech. Definitely a great mix for to get you through the day, kick off the night, or just wind everything down.
TRACK LISTING: Sean & Dev – Splifflam (Kid Simple Remix)
Araabmusik – Underground Stream
Digital Mystikz & Loefah – System
Trick Daddy & Trina – Nann Nigga (Clicks & Whistles Bootleg)
Phil Kieran – Skyhook (Scuba Remix)
French Fries – Yo Vogue (Leroy Peppers Remix)
Kid Sister ft. Danny Brown – Gucci Rag Top (Remix)
Si Begg – High Volume (Si Begg VIP Remix)
Pase Rock – Naked Pictures (Brass Fergie Remix)
Windows – Unsigned Hype
Worthy – Same Damn Thing (Nick Monaco’s Locker Room Redux)
The Black Dog – Drop Kick Kali
Mosca – Jager
Tessela – D Jane
Wiley – I’m Skanking (The Two Bears Remix)
Crookers ft. Neoteric & Wax Motif – Springer (Nancy Remix)
Bobby Champs – Lucid
Addison Grove – This Is It
The XX – Crystalised (Dark Sky Remix)
After a massive labor day weekend, we jump right back into the week with a new exclusive and giveaway from a fresh breakout duo… Simply put, if you take the Bay-Area bass of the Sweet Leech and the brick city vibes from LittleFoot, you get Velcro; a twist on deep house and nu-wave bass music, based out of Los Angeles. Formed in the summer of 2012, Velcro worked steadily in the studio making tracks playable to almost any crowd. Aiming to bring soul back into modern house music, they hit a bulls-eye right in the center of the dancefloor…
We’ve teamed up with the guys to giveaway their newest track ‘Everybody’ – a culmination of their collective influences driven through crisp analog-based production.
HONEY HIVE COLLECTIVE:
Make sure to check out their collective label project Honey Hive featuring monthly track giveaways from Velcro, Justin Weisburg, Pilo, Sweet Leech, Littlefoot and Sepehr. Head to their soundcloud for more downloads!
If you’ve seen the mighty Claude Vonstroke do his thing lately, the peak of the energy breaks down with a VIP edit of DJ Zinc’s classic Super Sharp Shooter. That edit just happens to be made from the original gem “Hoe Hoe Hoe” by the LA based Wood Holly. This duo of young guns have broken on the scene with a thick 808 booty call – so much that it’s gained the attention and support from other Dirty Bird reps Justin Martin, Kill Frenzy, Ardalan, and Worthy. They’ve jumpstarted the soundcloud hype with (2) free remixes from Lendrick Kamar’s “Swimming Pools” and Dom Kennedy’s “My Tape Of Party.” GET EM.
After much anticipation to finally put this out , I present you with BONESTHE DEEP END – Summer Mixtape 2012, a showcase of some of my favorite deep, tech, bassline, garage and funky house tracks as of current in my sets and for the season. Aside from the big tunes, there is just too much good music out there right now and I wanted to reflect a cooler groove for you to bop to this summer. Enough talking – head to the deep end, and get in over your ears.
*Featuring the music of Cajmere, Justin Martin, Hot Since 82, Shadow Child, Julio Bashmore, Eats Everything, Amine Edge, Pleasurekaft, Nick Monaco & Kill Frenzy, Them Jeans, Disclosure, Zombie Disco Squad and MORE!
Building tremendous anticipation since WMC this march and its debut on Annie Mac’s show last month, Pleasurekraft‘s ‘Skeleton Key’ is out today on Great Stuff Records. With the help of house legend Green Velvet (aka Cajmere), The haunting tech house of Pleasurekraft take on the bouncey vocals of Green Velvet and create a rollercoaster ride bigger than either of them probably expected. This is one of my top tunes for the year already as well as coolest collaboration yet. I strongly suggest you pick up this tune on beatport, plus check out more of Pleasurekraft and Green Velvet below!