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Riding a tremendous response to his Wicked Games Edit, the UK to LA house mogul Chris Lake continues to celebrate the season of giving with another FREE download for your arsenal. When he heard the new Prince record FUNKNROLL, he fell in love and set out to make something he could play in the clubs. Think jackin house with a dirtybird vibe. The result is this uptempo energetic flip – bubbly, fat, and fit to bring down the house. The legendary Prince gets an infectious edit guaranteed to make your booty pop!

EARLY SUPPORT:
OOKAY – OHHH!!!!!!! This is so sick!!
Umek – Hell of an edit!! I will play this big time
Glenn Morrison – Love it man and full support on my end. Really fresh feel on this one.
Mark Knight – This is wicked dude.!!!
Prok & Fitch – Nice, thanks dude. These sound like proper Lakey beats:-)
David Guetta – Very cool, thank you. DG
GTA - wooo!! wow this edit is awesome!
Kaskade – Oh man I REALLY love this! thanks for sending
Oliver heldens- Awesome! can I put this in my radio show :) ?
Michael Woods - thank you sir! hope you don’t mind me slipping this in me podcast? It’s rude! :) Put as my #1
AN21 – Love it! Putting it in size radio

CHRIS LAKE ORIGINS TOUR 2015

JAN 16 – Bijou – Boston, MA
JAN 17 – Avalon – Los Angeles, CA
JAN 23 – Flames Central – Calgary, AB
JAN 24 – Celebrities – Vancouver, BC
JAN 31 – Mixx @ Borgata – Atlantic City, NJ
FEB 06 – Cielo – New York, NY
FEB 14 – Audio – San Francisco, CA
MAR 20 – U Street Music Hall – Washington DC

+ MORE DATES TBA

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Toronto based duo RYME are back on the bootleg business with their newest flip of Majid Jordan’s “Forever”. The boys take the haunting vocals of the original and cast out their own deeper but jackin version fit for the club. Fans of Disclosure, Shadow Child and the likes will be all over this one… listen below and grab it for FREE DOWNLOAD!

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The HARD family is at it again – Destructo and Wax Motif take Warren G’s 90s hip hop anthem Regulate and grind out a G-House driven heater fit for the club. The production duo keep the integrity of the highly credited original, while adding elements of techno techno, deep house and hip hop making it a whole new beast. Fans of Oliver, Duke Dumont, and Alex Metric will be all over this one…. listen below!

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LA-based producer NGHTMRE is back today with a free edit of “No Type.”  We’ve really seen him to be all across the board in terms of genre.  Whatever the case may be, from melodic trap to bouncy house tracks, the production is always solid.  This take on Rae Sremmurd‘s latest radio smash features a rolling bass line and slight alterations of the synth work laid down in the original.  Definitely one for the dance floor, so grab the free download before the weekend starts.

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Faith Evans fans stand up! San Francisco production team WhiteNoize is always good for a house jam, and they’re giving away the latest one for free. “Never Knew” features an infectious bass line coupled with samples from the classic “Love Like This.”  There’s something super appealing about the simplicity in this track as WhiteNoize continue their hot streak, fresh off the release of their “Solomon’s Groove” EP.  Grab the free download and enjoy!


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Anna Lunoe has had arguably one of the best breakout years amongst those in the electronic arena.  Despite being a longtime tastemaker in the Australian music scene, her widespread success wasn’t fully discovered until a massive 2014.  Check out our feature on the first lady of house vibes after the jump!

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Yes, you’re reading this correctly.  Los Angeles-based production duo Goshfather & Jinco have teamed up with the infamous Sasha Grey for a hard-hitting future remix of “Ghetto Superstar.”  Their rendition features a heavy future bassline and tech-y sampling of the vocals from the original.  This track comes as a bit of a side-step for Goshfather & Jinco, who have been known primarily for their big room bass tracks.  As for Sasha Grey, we’re anxious to see what she does next.  In any case, grab the free download and get down to this dope remix.

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No Diggity (Figgy Remix)

The 90′s anthem that needs no introduction, Blackstreet’s infamous ‘No Diggity’ has claimed its Grammy award-winning spot among other R&B greats and since adopted countless remixes. There is always room for one more however, as the east coast bred Figgy has delivered the funkiest of them all. Sampling just enough of the vocal to stand on its own, Figgy pays homage to the original while creating a house driven hit that will have you bobbin like its 1996. Listen below and grab it for FREE download!

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could be mine

If your Summer was extra sensual, it was probably due to the sex bomb that Pat Lok dropped on you back in June.  His original track “Could Be Mine“, featuring Patrick Baker on vocals, was one of the hottest love songs of the Summer.  Fast forward to current day & “Could Be Mine” makes its presence felt once again with three fantastic remixes.  The remix package features Wantigga, Chores & Red Milk.  Ranging from soulful Kaytra-grooves to peak time goodness to experimental soul, the “Could Be Mine” remix EP has a little something for everyone…

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Amsterdam based Mike Mago has been making serious waves in the house realm, finding unison in deep basslines and future driven leads. His productions have caught the ear of vocal phenom AlunaGeorge, who’s got him on the official remix of her single ‘Supernatural’… here’s what he had to say about the opportunity:

“I was really honored when Aluna George asked me to do a remix. Been fan a AG for ages! I tried to keep the strength and smoothness of the original and to switch it into the style I’m known for. I know this is a really cliche thing to say, but when your remixing musicians you’re a big fan of, it really comes down to that accurate balance.” – Mike Mago

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