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:
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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.”
Two stellar mixes for you on this brisk November evening, representing a pair of the best weekly events in southern California: OC-based La Cave + Scott’s resident Kedd Cook and LA-based Honey Lounge resident AHH-G square up with their most recent mixtapes, and neither disappoint. Make sure to have a fair listen to both jams and don’t miss these cats at their respected headquarters. Groove with it.
TRACK LISTING: Alain Ho – Into A Deep (Hott Toddy Remix) Cocolores – Tip Top Bob Boy 8-Bit – Yard Birds (The Finger Prince Remix) Phil Kieran, Green Velvet – Michael Jackson (Mic Jack In Version) Groove Armada – The Pleasure Victim Christophe – The Force (Julio Bashmore Piano Mix) Don’t Go – Original Mix – Max Chapman Maceo Plex – Stop Your Hate Inxec, Leks – Deee Groove Nil By Mouth – Capitulum (Burnski Remix) Domsko – Hard Yards Feat. Astral T Bubba – Dance With Me Bubba – We Need A Break ft. Drank Synatra Shdwplay – Time Drip MANIK – Ruckus 8OH8 XXXY – Kerpow Agoria, Carl Craig – Speechless (Carl Craig Remix) MANIK – Keep That Fresh
TRACK LISTING: Street Tooms – Orchard Teki Latex – Zodiac Groove Theory – Tell Me (George FitzGerald Remix) Waifs and Strays – Yeah Yeah Timbre – Kotb Old Soul – Your Body Star Traxx & Riva Starr – More (KINK Remix) Blawan – Getting Me Down Astronomar – AYIIFT Pearson Sound – Let Me See What U Workin With (Refix) Jim-E Stack – Lemme Cedaa – Palomino Dubbel Dutch- B Leave LOL Boys – Cloudy (Marcus Price Remix) Brenmar – So High Warrior One – Bullring Riddim (Chaos In The CBD Remix)
It’s Dirt #52 and we’ve spent the last 45 hours painstakingly selecting the following 45 tracks for you, dear reader, because we know nothing else. I truly don’t understand how Burn Unit finds these ultra rare gems but they’re all there, zipped up in all their glory. I, on the other hand, have successfully burnt the Spotify application into both my computer screen and retina from staring at it for so long.
Detboi’s 2nd Album Curse Of The Drums Vol. 2 was recently been released on Herve’s label Cheap Thrills. It is a party box of very eclectic jams, and I couldn’t of described it better in one sentence than across the pond via UK BASS REVIEWS:
Detboi truly showcases his immense production talents with 9 tracks spanning a multitude of genres and styles, ranging from the deep jacking tech house grooves of ‘Partys Zipped Up’ to jazzy funky disco vibes of ‘Freaky Nights’ and touching bass on everything in between.
My personal favorite tracks on the album are ‘Party’s Zipped Up’ and ‘Pick It Up.’ ‘Party’s Zipped Up’ has a great midget house vibe, with tribal drums and bouncey samples that roll it along too well. ‘Pick It Up’ is a (Busta Rhymes) vocal led 2-step garage groove with an energetic bouncy acid bassline– perfect for those late ones. In its entirety, there’s something on this album for everyone and is truly a diverse reflection on all things DRUMS.
The weather in LA might be getting cold, but you better believe the VERSUS party keeps getting HOT. This week, we’re proud to welcome London Dungeon all the way from Denver, Colorado. The rocky mountain based duo have been residents for Beatport and Beta (voted #1 EDM nightclub in the US) along with support on almost every top billing event in the mile high city. Also gracing the decks will be the OC-based wizard Kedd Cook, rising phenoms Market Price, and local heroes The KiD (Mad Decent, Shifty Rhythms) and Divine Elite. I can’t express the variety of great music thats gonna be heard this Thursday, you’re honestly are gonna have to come and witness for yourself. Things are gonna get real serious.
The legend of Cape Town is back and his newest release just might be his best. Danalog brings us Baked Beams, providing listeners with a curiously familiar yet haunting melodic progression, wrapped with quirky wobbling modulations. The second track, Chasing Chubby is a stripped down minimal number that gets it all going with a simple and well executed motif. As an added bonus, the Swiss Tech House and Minimal maestro Khainz pulls a big Techno rework of Baked Beams out of his sleeve that is both melodic and wavy.