It’s been a journey. Since its inception in the summer of 2010, our longest lasting weekly feature, The Dirt, has brought a staggering amount of free music to the masses, and we’re proud to still be here 100 editions and 100 Dirt Babes in the books. It’s a tough feat to get these tracks together each week (probably why we have some gaps in the mix here and there, apologies), but it’s been an amazing experience sharing music with all of you, which, of course, is the main reason why we’re here.
We wanted to put together something special for the centennial episode, so 11 of our writers have included 2 songs each — one from one of the 99 past Dirts that we’ve posted and any other song that we felt was exceptional enough to make the cut of such an outstanding post. We hope you enjoy these as much as we enjoyed putting them together. Here’s to another 100. Continue Reading
When this show was first announced I couldn’t believe it. Jamie XX — the musical prodigy illustrious for his percussive talent in UK Platinum band The XX as well as his solo work remixing the likes of Gil Scott-Heron, Florence + The Machine, and Adele — is coming to Hollywood to throw down a DJ set atop the roof of The W Hotel at Drai’s. But wait, it gets better. Joining Jamie in the black Red Bull booth will be another GDD™ long-time favorite, Jacques Greene, the soulful and extremely talented producer out of Montreal. If you trust anything we’ve ever told you here on GDD™, listen to me now. Check out this show and we promise you will not regret it.
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Happy Monday! I have news featuring the excellent lineup of Creamfields 2012, Skrillex, Flux Pavilion, Gigamesh, Hideout 2012, Armin van Buuren, & DJ Muggs (Cypress Hill). Please read on after the jump!
After a heated Grammy Sunday, we’re back into the swing of things with a brand new week ahead of us. I have news featuring coverage of the Grammys, Future Music Festival Asia, & Cut Copy’s Ben Browning with his solo project. Please read on after the jump.
It’s the second to last Friday of 2011 and I’m happy to provide you with a packed GDD™ Morning Update to send you off into the holiday weekend. Today’s news includes Deadmau5 day in Las Vegas, the HARD x Mouth Taped Shut LA video, Adele’s record breaking album, Kaskade on being Mormon, 12th Planet’s new EP and tour, Joy Orbison’s new label, Sensation America, Sunburn festival 2011, and Ecstasy use in the UK and USA. Read up and watch videos after the jump.
Foamy and frothy jams for those who get bloated easily. Another installment for that epic beach day or sensual shag session. Peace and Love.
“The waves ≠ raves consists of hand-picked gems that inspire us, tickling and tempting our creative juices. Some are old, some are new, but it is what we are listening to now. They are groovey, flowing, and sun-kissed just like that perfect wave. They are uplifting and guaranteed to put a smile on your face. They sound the best with a babe in one hand, a cold brewski in the other, and the sand beneath your feet. Stay Dreamy.”
Waves ≠ Raves Vol. 11 after the Jump Continue Reading
After watching a half-hour Adele Unplugged special on Palladia last week, I’ve had a rekindled love for the soulful sounds of the Tottenham-born vocalist. I highly recommend finding her Unplugged set somewhere on the interwebs if possible; her pipes may or may not have made me well up a bit. Anyway, here’s a little snackpack of remixes from her hit, Rolling In The Deep. Some are old, some are new, all are good. Enjoy.
• Adele – Rolling In The Deep (Jamie XX Remix)
• Adele – Rolling In The Deep (Villa Remix)
• Adele – Rolling In The Deep (Bedroom8 Remix Extended Version)
• Adele – Rolling In The Deep (Downtown London Remix Extended)
• Adele – Rolling In The Deep (David Berrie Remix)
Looks like Adele’s people don’t want any remixes up for download so we apologize for that. Have a search on Soundcloud or Youtube to listen to any of these great versions…
Lincoln Barrett, better known to us as High Contrast
has been tearing up dancefloors for years, actually getting signed back in 2000. Blending the lines between drum and bass with the likes of smooth vocals and groovy beats really holds true to his “High Contrast” name. And he’s damn good at it. Listen to the likes of these jams and try to tell me you’re not all HOT and BOTHERED.
beautiful lyrics over pound town beats, the best of both worlds
since we all take our weekends very seriously…
Shoutout to Rudy Tuesdaysssss