Rotterdam’s own Tom Bull is back with a free tune to jump start your weekend. It comes in the form of an official remix for the gifted vocalist Ayah Marar and her track “Mind Controller.” Being that the original is so rooted in the dance style, Bull was given a great platform to work off of. Showing off a bouncy bass line and cool UK vibe, the remix definitely takes “Mind Controller” to the next level. Grab the free download and check out more Tom Bull in the future!
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Rambo V is a San Diego-based producer who has been turning heads with his extremely unique sound. With popular remixes of Outkast, Colour Vision and Disclosure under his belt, he turned to one of the more popular house jams at the moment, “Thinking About It.” Rambo’s version features the standout vocal samples repurposed with a more ambient, spaced out vibe. During the ladder half of the track, elements of acid house come creeping into the background, further pushing it’s boundaries. Grab the free download, and look out for more Rambo V soon!
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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!
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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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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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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Over the last few years, The Weeknd has captivated that hearts of millions of teenage girls and music snobs alike with his crooning voice and bedroom rhymes. Upcoming producer Ape Drums takes this track out of the bedroom and straight into the club with some tasty 808s and extremely catchy vocal chops before launching into the stratosphere with screaming leads and a cheeky rave siren. Catch the free download below.
LA Legend Thee Mike B launched his new house-ego Brillstein earlier this year on Jesse Rose’s Play It Down label with the heavy-hitting EP Back To Bed. Filled with six tracks that perfectly capture Brillstein’s style of big, punchy house drums and hip-hop / old-school influences, the Back To Bed EP allowed for a ton of room and direction from the remix front. After Play It Down’s previous remix package (Jesse Rose’s The Whole Twelve Remixes) delivered tracks from legends and newcomers alike from all over the globe, the Play It Down vs Brillstein remix pack comes fully stacked with an all Play It Down roster. Of course label-head Jesse Rose kicks things off with his remix of “Meelo My Bro”, recent PID champion Christian Nielsen ends it with his “Je T’Adore” remix, and a few more of the label’s rotation of producers (namely Dansson, ZDS, Prince Club, and Sqim) each put their own spin on Brillstein’s tracks. It’s a wonderful showcase of how Jesse Rose, as A&R for the label, can curate such a mix of house and techno stylings while still remaining very within the Play It Down umbrella. Inevitably members of the label know how to make a track to groove to and it’s present as much as ever with the new remix package.
As a bonus, Brillstein’s fellow LA friend and producer Matpat had his way with Brillstein’s “Environmental Produce” which they’ve given to you for your downloading and listening pleasure. You can stream all six remixes below, buy them on Beatport HERE and instantly download the Matpat remix by clicking HERE.
Just over a week ago LA-massive Mad Decent dropped a five-flush remix pack of Elliphant‘s “Only Getting Younger feat. Skrillex” on their Soundcloud and like some of the best things in life that shit is free.99! Predictably all of the tracks are heavy hitters, ranging from big-room horn-heavy bounce vibes from TJR and Brazzabelle to the moombahton-tempo squaks of the Milo & Otis remix, to the sped-up DnB halftime version from DJ Vice & Justyle, to my personal favorite sort of experimental melodic trap/beats version from NGTMRE and Imanos. Regardless of what your style or taste is, this is a classic encompassing Mad Decent Party Pack that not only showcases a festival-ready range of styles but also a great look at some of LA’s biggest and baddest upcoming talents.
You can preview the whole pack below and download them over on the Mad Decent Soundcloud.
The mysterious parisian phenom Tchami has surfaced “a little gift” on his soundcloud today, releasing his tribute bootleg of ‘Move Your Body’ by Marshall Jefferson. An homage to the Chicago house classic, Tchami has sent it to festival fathoms with his punchy basslines and jackin spirit. Grab it below for FREE, and keep an eye on Tchami as he continues to conquer the rest of 2014.
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We have a huge exclusive for you today, as we’re proud to bring you the premiere of AC Slater‘s remix to Motez “Own Up” – coming soon on Aussie imprint Sweat It Out. The already stellar original boasted jackin piano house with melodic chords and soulful vocals – but AC took it the club and gave it the “NIGHT BASS” treatment. The product is a bass heavy roller that perfectly executes its beefy overhaul while still delivering the uplifting tones of the original. Don’t just take our word for it – the remix already has gained support from the likes of Tchami, Annie Mac and the Bixel Boys… listen below!
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