Australian young gun Naderi is no stranger to the scene – the Sydney-based producer been making locked in the studio for years working behind-the-scenes engineering and mixing with huge fellow Aussie artists ranging from Flume to What So Not and Carmada. He burst onto the scene this year with official remixes of Daniel Johns’s “Aerial Love”, Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” and GRiZ & Talib Kweli’s single “For The Love” all garnering hundreds of thousands of plays and various press coverage including a feature from Billboard. His latest project takes on Canadian live-electronic act Keys N Krates’ most recent single “Save Me.” The Aussie talent manages to masterfully transform KNK’s hit into a more upbeat version while keeping Katy B’s vocals intact. Featuring bombastic synths and a delicate piano outro, the revamped track even further proves why he’s making the transition from behind-the-scenes collaborator to a true solo artist.
Look out for the remix release October 2nd via Dim Mak Records.
It seems that Wax Motif is on to something massive. His first single “Krush Groove” on his forthcoming TRUE JOY EP for Mad Decent hit the interwebz hard and is being supported by pretty much everybody – then today just dropped a VIP dub + instrumental of his next single “Your Eyes ft. Totem” ahead of it’s vocal driven release. The vibe on this one is way more hip hop spirited yet anthemic in strength, ringing true to the Mad Decent mantra. Grab the freebies below, and be on the lookout for the rest of the TRUE JOY EP dropping August 14th!
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Vanessa Elisha‘s track “Down For This” is certainly easy on the ears. Her smooth vocals are seriously seductive, so she’s been the center of a lot of remix attention. The latest comes from producer Palace, and you’re going to dig it. The tune suits the Australian vocalists original track perfectly, expanding upon the future bass/trap vibes that already existed in the track. Really stunning work on this one, a nice balance of beauty and bass. Stream this remix from Palace below exclusively at GottaDanceDirty. Lucky for those who are digging the vocals, Vanessa Elisha has just been added to Paces’ “Hold It Down” tour, grab tickets here.
“I’ve been a fan of Vanessa’s work for sometime and I didn’t hesitate when she approached me to do this. The original Down For This contained lots of interesting sounds and textures to work with, so I created something that retains everything I loved about the original, and added my twist on it.”
Slander bring something a bit different to the trap spectrum that no one else can seem to touch. Their eerie style and devastating bass really makes for a nice remix. The latest target in their crosshairs is Alison Wonderland and her track “U Don’t Know.” A slow moving, humble beginning has you creeping into the track. When the big melodic drop comes in it makes for a nice little sequence. Grab this remix as a part of the official EP from Alison.
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Hayden Kramer, more commonly referred to by his stage name HeRobust, is a hip-hop oriented trap producer from the ATL who has made quite the name for himself over the past couple of years by creating his own powerful style of electronic music. Earlier this week, he dropped “Skurt Reynolds” a colossal new electronic trap song that is perfect to start your weekend off to. Grab the free download now.
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PWNDTIAC is a German producer with more talent than he has letters in his acronymic moniker. All jokes aside, his funk-laden style has definitely caught our eye, and we’re happy to premiere a track from his latest — The Beach EP. Synth pop and more futuristic house stylings collide in the two original tracks from PWNDTIAC, then get some fun support from Les Loups, Roisto and Heartpete. The latter is the reason I’m writing. Heartpete takes the original tune and turns it into a heavenly bass-centic arrangement. Check the track below & download for FREE!
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Two of the dopest dudes in future bass music have come together to do unspeakable things to “Throw Some D’s.” LUCA LUSH and Dirty Chocolate successfully flipped the hood anthem into one of the hardest hitting tracks I’ve heard in a minute. Their drum kit percussion selection coupled with some seriously tough bass make this one an absolute club killer. Grab the free download now and play this one super loud.
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E.A.S.Y. is composed of a tag team of DMC Champions Shiftee and Enferno. They’ve taken their notable prowess on the decks and turned their ears to the grounds of production. Good news for us, they’re back with a brand new track — “Pop Music” — and its arguably their best to date. Pitched down vocals and percussion fit for a trap lord will keep you in the zone on this one. Download and stream the track below, then click continue reading to check out the DJ routine they made for the track — really sick stuff.
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If you haven’t been paying attention, two of the biggest technically skilled DJ’s in the industry have come together to release tunes over the past four months. E.A.S.Y. consists of Shiftee and Enferno, who are on a mission to prove that they are more than just DJs. Their latest is called “Coming Around Again,” and it features a really well-constructed bass arrangement and pitchy vox samples. Download the track for free, and stay posted for more from E.A.S.Y.
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Winter is looking bright & bouncy thanks to a new remix from Dropout of the Galantis smash “Runaway (U & I)”. L.A. (by way of Santa Barbara) trio Dropout deliver a pounding yet blissful remix of supergroup Galantis that has winter festival anthem written all over it. While Dropout may be deemed newcomers, it’s three members, Selden, Ray & Ethan have all had solo success. From anthem Disco to big room Bass, their collective sound is diverse & well polished. Don’t be surprised if attendees at this year’s SnowGlobe festival go wild in the snow for this one…