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The second installment of Wuki‘s 9-part download series, WUKILEAKS, is out today, and this time the Denver-based producer takes on an old inspiration with Telefon Tel Aviv‘s “My Week Beats Your Year,” touching up the 2004 tune with a more club-friendly vibe. Wuki chops up the original and rearranges it nicely into a breaks meets glitch rework, taking Telefon Tel Aviv to a level that I’d never imagined. Give him a like on Facebook to download and stream below!

Out last month on Noisia‘s Division Recordings, the debut album from Neosignal is a force of nature. An interesting mix of glitch-hop, dubstep, techno and DnB, the 15 track LP is diverse yet tied together by the duo’s hardcore German aesthetic that is unequalled is sound or style. “Raum und Zeit,” which is german for ‘time and space’, already has support from the likes of Amon Tobin, Skrillex and Noisia and with no signs of slowing down it will be interesting to see what these guys come out with next. One thing is certain though, their live show is gonna be dope and I can’t wait to see them stateside!

After last weeks feature of The Echo’s Responsible EP, we got our hands on the exclusive premiere of Knightleys remix of “Find A Way.” Bumping up the tempo and adding well placed breaks, the Knightly remix keeps the dark feel of the original while adding a new element of danceability. Take a listen here and tell us what you think!

As the temperatures rise, so does our anticipation for HARD Summer Music Festival. In preparation for the incredibly eclectic lineup, HARD has created a mixtape series for the younger guns on the billing called the Future Stars Mini-Mix series. Leading things off is the Colorado native and bass-driven producer Paper Diamond, chunking out 30 minutes of high energy turn up and get down. Listen below and let the countdown to HSMF begin…


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The multi-talented musician and Headtron artist, jOBOT, is making his mark on the healthy underground bass music scene with each and every stunning release. Drawing from eclectic influences, he typically exudes his versatility as a producer by tastefully incorporating different genres into one track. His remix of Dawn Richard’s “Frequency” is packed with an enormous glitch-hop punch that moves through a sub-bass drenched trap-like bridge and then returns back to the original synth-driven grittiness. jOBOT and his live side project, Continuum (w/ GRiDWORK), are certainly two special acts to watch this year. Have a listen, download, and head to the Envision Festival to catch jOBOT in action.

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Our SF friends known as The M Machine have always had a knack for taking Pop songs and rendering them into their own vision. From their vicious remix of Lil Jon’s “I Do” as Pance Party to this most recent remix of Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out of Heaven,” the trio find a way to maintain the catchy sensibilities of the originals while providing a dollop of their style of Dance music on top. The guys take a glitchy, DnB direction with this remix released today on Atlantic Records, and I’m into it.


Photo cred: Greg Jeske

Ninety-nine.  We’re one Dirt away from that magical century mark.  But before we get there, The Dirt #99 is what’s happening NOW.  It’s the latest killer tracks all in one place: a Jesse Rose remix of Duke Dumont’s “The Giver” (with female vocals!), The Chromatics covering New Order, a MASSIVE Italo/French House remix of Estelle’s classic “American Boy”, a new GLOVES remix, a new Monarchy track, that Disclosure remix of Artful Dodger (the exclamation point on a stellar year for the Disclosure boys) and more.  Peep the tunes below + grab that hot (FREE) ten pack of tracks!  And don’t forget your 99 Red Balloons on the way out…

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The day has finally come!  Flying Lotus‘ second full-length album, Until the Quiet Comes has finally dropped and it has already exceeded my extremely high expectations set by Cosmogramma.  The Los Angeles native, known for his genre-bending compositions, has outdone even himself this time; fusing a mixture of hip-hop, jazz, funk, blues, dubstep and psychedelia together to produce an unique cosmic sound.  Until the Quiet Comes is a journey.  A journey through a psychedelic soundscape that slowly builds on itself with the addition of every new sound and then jerks you back into reality, only to slowly bring you back, note by note.  The album offers no dull moments as it continuously stimulates its listener with Flying Lotus’ unparalleled compositions, stunning even the most scrutinizing of ears.  Until the Quiet Comes is a real gem; from the dirty low end of Sultan’s Request, the breath-taking change up of The Nightcaller, or the pure and jazzy melodic vibrations of Until the Quite Comes, this album is gorgeous.  Until the Quiet Comes may just be my album of the year; I cannot recommend it enough.

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After last year’s CHAIND Vol.1, witch house wizards White Ring , proved to become the ambassadors of the occult ghetto grave-rave tunes.  This week they gave away their Waka FlockaMurda‘ remix as a preview of their upcoming tape CHAIND Vol.2.  Filled with machine guns, horror synths & stuttering demonic raps, White Ring smothered the life out of the original… reassuring this new mixtape will be more than satisfying for all you hooligan ravers out there. 

Preview below & download here.

☯ tamarasky


After writing an introduction post for Dads On Display, I was confident that they would continue making excellent tracks, and they haven’t let me down. Their latest work, “Do You Disco,” is just another great addition to their ghetto-funk catalog that keeps up their unique vibe, and it even contains a little surprise in the latter half of the track. I’ll give you a hint as to what it is: “When I rock the crowd I rock the crowd well, and when I get the feeling I feel the feel swell, ’cause when I start to rhyme well I rhyme the rhyme well.” Whether you know what I’m talking about or not, you should definitely listen to the track after the jump.

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