In preparation for their forthcoming release on JFK (of MSTRKRFT)‘s Teenage Riot Recs next month, the SLO-native duo Tasty Treat is giving away their collab Cultivation EP w/ Nasty Nate to the fans to hold them over. Here’s what they had to say:
“We are so excited to finally release this EP to you all for FREE!!! These are some of our favorite tunes to date. Cultivation features a Moombah-tempo Electro track and a giant Electro-Trap tune that will surely make the dancefloor shake! We truly appreciate all the support everyone has been giving us and we hope you enjoy this release as much as we do.”
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The talented sisters of HAIM have released a Duke Dumont edit to their record, “Falling.” HAIM is a band that has been around since ’06, but didn’t start releasing music until recently in 2012. Their sound is often described as nu-folk, a genre that will fit in great with Duke Dumont’s extensive genre-spanning discography. He brings a particularly lighter feel to this edit as compared to some of his recent work that associates with a deeper late night sound. At times there is even a bit of a moombahton beat to the drum pattern. You can pre-order your limited edition pink vinyl copy of this remix EP featuring a remix from Psychemagik here.
The last Free Willy Wednesday in February brings a smashing original moombahton tune from our pal Willy Joy. While not always mentioned in the genre’s history books, Willy has been a part of the moombahton movement since day one, and this tune serves as a great reminder why. “I’m Losing You” throws a screwed soul sample, classic house stabs, a Tom Morello-style lead and Willy’s signature room-flattening bass into a blender. What comes out is an undeniable primetime club mover. Let us know what you think of this one and keep it locked every Wednesday for more Free Willy Wednesday tunes!
The NY-based Slow Roast phenom Codes is back on the scene! To celebrate his forthcoming EP ‘The Get Down’, Slow Roast front man Craze has created a quick-hitting teaser mix to give you a run down of whats to come (due out on February 12th on Slow Roast Records). On top of that, Codes is also giving away (2) free original tracks as a token of hype for the EP release! Ranging from moombahton tempos to deeper house grooves and onto jackin disco, this party vibe will not dissapoint. Double bonus baby, get your ears on these.
1) CODES – GET DOWN
2) CODES – LET ME BREAK IT
3) CODES – WORLD RULIN
4) CODES – TEMPTATION FT. CARRIE WILDS
5) CODES & FLINCH – CODE DOWN
6) CODES – ALL THE GAME
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Our boy Valentino Khan just released his official remix for Kreayshawn’s “Go Hard” and boy is it a monster. If you hadn’t already heard this newest single by the pop ratchet queen, VK runs this one through the buzz saw and creates moombahcore at its grittiest – or as he calls ‘Mid Tempo New Orleans Techno Moombahton’. Oh yeah, its another FREE download on his soundcloud. Have at it!
Ese’ & Zain have just released their Political Sirens EP for FREE on Soundcloud. The original mix is a gritty slab of techno that has a Harvard Bass/Autoerotique feel to it. The 2 remixes however send this tune to the main stage: the first being a techy club-driven rework from PTN, and an explosive moombahcore remix from Goseffects that rivals Alvin Risk and Nadastrom.
Capturing sounds form the center of all things supernatural (Bermuda Triangle), Otto Von Shirach’s music is indescriptible. Squirting spastic influences of booty bass, death metal, breakcore, hip hop, goregrind and more… the Cuban/German antihero has managed to become one of the weirdest most revolutionary musicians in electronic music. His extreme enthusiasm and low brow sense of humor is by far one of my most loved things about his art. After 3 years away gathering sounds from the future, Otto is back with his new album ‘Supermeng’ on Monkey Town Records, where he illustrates menacing every day stories of the life of a descarado super human full of sucierias y cabronerias.
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