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“Autograf got the finesse, they got the funk, they got the flava. The three F’s right there…”

Words straight from the legend Fatboy Slim himself if all you need to know about the new flip from Chicago duo Autograf. A kick back swag with just enough bounce, clap, and funky bass to get the party started. Vibes run high with this one, with influences of Breakbeat, trip hop and house for good measure. Listen below and grab it when it drops June 1st!

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The UK born collaboration of Chris Lake & Chris Lorenzo struck us right in the feels at the end of last year with their Wicked Games cover, and now take things into the club with their new original “Piano Hand”. Premiered by Annie Mac on her BBC Radio 1 Show, “Piano Hand” features a slick bass line groove, quirky cut­up vocal samples, and a very speed garage­-influenced sound very characteristic of Chris Lorenzo. Listen below, and pick it up today on Beatport!

“It’s a four minute twenty five second rippling beat opus that soars and whooshes but holds down the tempo, using the keys and the Armand Van Helden­esque beat builds and rave snares to push it into the strobelights.” – ­DMC World Magazine

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Say hello to Taim.  This producer is no stranger to big production, having priorly been released on a handful of big labels under the moniker “Frequency.”  This, his latest project, owns a charming, dance-friendly house vibe, and we’re stoked to bring you his GDD™ Guest Mix.  There’s a wide variety of tunes, old and new, as well as some Taim exclusives.  Listen and download the mix for free, and go ahead and check out his latest EP on Get Twisted Records.  Tracklist after the jump below.

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Queens, NY artist Dart Party poses the question “Are You In?” on his fantastic new single (featuring the talented Govales on vocals).  If Dart Party is talking about an all encompassing track that’s a little bit House, a little bit Disco, a little bit Electro and a lotta bit Dance, then YES…we are in.  This forward thinking, versatile Dance track shines beautifully with its shimmering, soulful vocals, making this the perfect track to dance your Summer nights away to.

“Are You In” is out NOW via Crazy Heart Records. [iTunes]

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How would Main Course celebrate their 2 year anniversary as a yung label? Well giving away free music of course.  Co-captain and Italian stallion Bot offers up his new original “Don’t Want No” – a jackin house club hitter thats got all the low end and energetic percussion you could ask for. Grab it below for free!

Los Angeles – Don’t miss the Main Course 2 Year Anniversary event happening this Friday, May 15th @ the Avalon in Hollywood!
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OG future house supplier Oliver Heldens is back with his latest original tune.  Many of his past tracks served as anthems for the past year of electronic music, and he keeps on pushing forward.  With aggressive command of his characteristic sound, he offers “Bunnydance.”  This track is on the heavier side of the future genre, and is sure to be ringing through speakers across the world.  Grab it on May 18th.

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If theres one thing you can always expect from New York-based The Golden Pony, its the unexpected.  This is exactly what they’ve done by targeting The Chainsmokers and Great Good Fine Okay‘s collaboration track, “Let You Go.”  They’ve taken the original and turned it into something a bit deeper, charactistic of the duo’s entire catalogue.  Check out the latest “golden house” track and download it for free.

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One of the UK’s most exciting labels, Black Butter Records, is responsible for breaking some of the finest dance acts of today, such as Gorgon City, Rudimental, Jess Glynne, Kidnap Kid, and more. As a trusted source of everything from club & festival hits to tasteful, electronic-driven pop, this burgeoning platform is flourishing with an almost cult-like following in the UK and abroad, but especially in United States where their grip seems to strengthen with each release, affiliated artist performance, and label night. As of late, it seems as though they’re amplifying their efforts in the event sphere as they pushed Black Butter Records nights with Gorgon City’s recent tour, and now they’re set to kick up the vibes in Detroit with a massive party at Populux featuring Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid, and underground dons MK & Lee Foss (B2B) as special guests on Monday, May 25th – capping off the Movement weekend.

In celebration of Black Butter’s epic party to-be, we’ve put together a playlist to help get you in the mood for these Detroit happenings, and give you a better idea of what to expect, if you didn’t know already. Enjoy above and grab tickets to the Black Butter party here.

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Get ready for some house heat from Crown Ruff.  These Angelinos have been releasing some super hot tracks, and none as hot as today’s release.  “What A Day” is a dreamy little house number, with some of the smoothest vox sampling you’ll hear all week.  The tough bassline plays nicely with the harmonious strings, and you’ll literally hear birds chirping.  Make this one your alarm track, or your weekend jam.  Either way, get down to Crown Ruff.

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We’re back with a new horoscope reading from Main Course‘s  Astronomar…. each week we are will giveaway a new track from the label, while Astronomar and special guest Hasse De Moor personally gives astrological readings for DJs & producers alike. Today’s track is a jersey club driven edit of Dada Life’s massive classic “Red Meat White Noise” by the man himself – grab it below via ToneDen and prepare to be mesmerized by your weekly horoscope reading!

Dada Life – Red Meat White Noise (Astronomar Club Edit)

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Astronomar’s Horoscope Readings #2:

AriesIf your weekly party is a bit slow this week, don’t take it out on the few people that showed up. Maybe they were one of the few attendees that retweeted you.

GeminiDon’t sugar coat your bio; just because a big DJ downloaded from your private link doesn’t mean that they are supporting your track.

CapricornTry not to name drop this week; you may have an encounter that will make you feel foolish if you say the wrong thing.

SagittariusDon’t let your insecurity stifle your progress. Much like WeTransfer links, sometime the best things are only available for a small window of time.

LeoIf you find yourself in a Twitter beef, get your point across clearly then let your silence speak. It’s important to use negative space not only in your tracks, but in your timeline as well.

CancerBe careful of the person that comes up and train spots every track you drop; and certainly do not accept any drinks from them. Sure Irish Car Bombs are hella good, but how are you gonna feel when you are puking in the bathroom, your ride is long gone an your USBs are missing?

Pisces – If you find yourself in need of a good laugh this week, just look at the the soundcloud accounts of negative commenters.. LOL they ain’t doin shit! Keep your head up homie!

AquariusEverything comes full circle. If you are looking for tracks to spice up your set this weekend, look back into the past for some forgotten classics. the new kids won’t know what it is and will assume it’s a dub

LibraIf you find yourself spending more & more gig money on Ubers when it’s obviously a walkable distance, save your money and walk and use the extra loot to boost the post promoting your next gig.

ScorpioDon’t always take things at face value. just because some DJ has insane social stats that doesn’t mean that anyone who actually matters respects them or fucks with them.

TaurusIn order keep your output strong this week, you need to know your weaknesses. pay for proper mastering instead of sending out home masters; the chances of getting a spin from Diplo or Skrillex are infinitely higher if your track sounds great.

VirgoNever lose your experimental spirit. try a new softsynth or compressor this week.