The British duo, Audiojack just dropped their newest EP, Stay Glued and it’s quite strong. The Ep features two brand new tracks, Stay Glued ft. Kevin Knapp and Bad Influence as well as remixes from FCL, Waifs & Strays and Gorge. Each track is unique but still holds true to the EP’s overall dark and techy feel. I personally love each track, however, I am really vibing to Bad Influence at the moment. Which track do you think is strongest?
I’m not going to lie, I could barely contain my excitement when I heard that Ideal Audio‘s latest podcast featured Electric Rescue. You heard right, the French producer is back with an incredible mix that demonstrates his superior mixing ability but also his impeccable track selection.
Warning: this mix is not for the faint of heart, if you don’t like dark-driving grooves with evil digital undertones then I would steer clear.
I know it was released in January but I have been loving this mix and decided to share it with all the GDD readers who may not have grabbed it yet. With Brodinski on the decks you are guaranteed a good time and that’s why his Fabriclive installment has been such a biggie. Containing a plethora of musical genres, the 75 minute mix features artist that have influenced Brodinski over the past two years. Brodinski commented on the mix, stating, “I tried to include every track that has change my life over the last two years going from slow motion Techno to R’n’B, from backroom music to Acid House. ”
India’s own Arjun Vagale just dropped his newest EP, Danger Mouse and it’s nothing short of a Tech-House bomb! The EP is exactly what you would expect from the massive producer: dark, hypnotic and brilliant. Arjun Vagale’s talent shines bright throughout the entire EP but I’ve taken a partcular liking to the title-track, Danger Mouse. Danger Mouse‘s complex sequencing and catchy lead have me listening to the song on repeat! Check it out after the jump!
The Dirt #61 is brought to you by Tropicool + aRod. Expect a heavy dose of rooftop sunset vibes + beach haus grooves courtesy of Plastic Plates, Moon Boots, Gigamesh, Beni, Cosmic Kids and…Phil Collins (and many more!). It’s a dozen disco-filled donuts, all available for your downloading pleasure (via the GDD™ Facebook page)! Dig in…
Smash TV‘s EP, Steroids to Heaven was nothing short of phenomenal and it comes as no surprise that the remixes are brilliant as well. Pol_On, Kiki, and Hector all rework Steroids to Heaven, with each artist adding their own unique stylistic approach to the already incredible original EP. I’m particularly digging Smash TV’s rework of Made for Eachother.
We’ve got (2) names you need to get used to this year. Ex-member of Light Year now called Jensen Interceptor just remixed the ex-member of Hey Today! now called Nickel. That’s all I’m personally gonna tell you about Jensen because the bio on his facebook is more than amazing and needs to be read:
INCREDIBLE CAPTION + FREE DOWNLOAD after the jump!
Just as I had expected, the Scottish highlander Polymath is already taking 2012 by storm. This weekend he released the bleeping monstrous tune ‘Pringo’ absolutely for FREE on his soundcloud. Also, his remix of Mason‘s ‘Superimposer’ made the cut among huge remixes by Harvard Bass, Zombie Disco Squad, and Arveene & Misk. The official EP statment said that “Polymath takes things into hands in the air territory with a mix combining some funk assed-breaks, a huge metallic bassline and some utter bonkersness.” So go ahead and grab ‘Pringo’ from our exclusive download, and check out the remix preview below!
LA’s young gun and GDD familiar URULU has just released ‘The Untitleds’ EP for absolutely FREE. The rising producer has recently become apart of Faceless management, alongside Prince Club, Poupon and Meech. As a token of his gratitude to listeners, he presents this to you: “3 singles, all unreleased and previously unheard of, kept in the depths of my hard-drive until now. Enjoy, and thanks for following.”