Alex Metric continues to exemplify his Midas touch this week with a stream of his latest remix for the lovely Ellie Goulding. “Anything Could Happen” is the first single from Goulding’s forthcoming album, Halcyon, and London-based Alex Metric has gone to work on the Poppy, lighthearted original in a big way — adding in a Kavinsky-esque sound fit for your Testarossa. Release date TBA for this bad boy.
The new record label project of Miike Snow’s Karlsson & Winnberg known as Robotberget just released the final track in their FREE compilation EP 1, celebrating the first 5 singles to be signed. Boasting a powerful medley of electro, techno, house and bass music, the solid roster features tracks by Carli (Savage Skulls), Style Of Eye, Alex Metric, MtheM and the awesome project Galantis (made up of Carli, Style Of Eye, and Karlsson!). The compilation marketing path released one track per week for the past 5, and we have the entire bundle for you to check out!
For the low, low price of an email address, one of the best EPs of 2012 can be all yours. The “Ammunition” EP by Alex Metric has been gaining a full head of steam over the last three weeks and is now available for free via alexmetric.com. You will hear these three tracks in every mixtape and every club/festival DJ set for the remainder of 2012 and every time you hear them, they will just keep getting better and better. That’s a fact, Jack.
Last month, we were lucky enough to host the groovy Italian duo, Fare Soldi, at our weekly VS. party in Santa Monica. Besides just being a pair of awesome guys, they played a fantastic set, complete with matching golden jackets shimmering on stage. This morning, I opened my inbox to find the next mixtape in their ‘I Told You I Was Frico’ series, and it’s about as golden as their outfits. The mix is filled with remixes and originals from the likes of Alex Metric, Carte Blanche, Louis La Roche, and of course Fare Soldi, and it’s really getting my day off to a great start right now. I hope it does the same for you.
1) Mark Ronson & INTL Business – Bang bang bang (Axe’s Funky Bangt)
2) Lazydisco – More Tigers
3) Gigamesh – It’s So Intense (Fare Soldi Enrico Pallazzo Remix)
4) The Whip – Secret Weapon (Alex Metric Remix)
5) Justice – Helix (Don Diablo Remix)
6) Fare Soldi – Buchi Nights
7) Ramones – Blitzkrieg Bop (Drop Out Orchestra Remix)
8 ) Testarossa – Boogie Nights In Paris
9) Moullinex – Sunflare
10) Elio e le Storie Tese – Discomusic
11) Axel Le Baron & Kurbatov – Fame (Big Dope P & Puto Prata Remix)
12) Les Loups – Side To Side (Ohyeah Remix)
13) Carte Blanche – Jack Of The Moon
14) Fare Soldi “Vittorino”
15) Fifteenth – My Fantasy (part deux)
16) Louis La Roche – Los Angeles
17) Black Box – Everybody everybody (Rockapella)
LDN The Together Winter Music Festival is set to take place in London at the end of next month, with Alexandra Palace playing host to two mammoth nights of EDM. Curated by Lock n Load (the guys behind South-West Four), the festival has been split down the middle: Friday for Bass culture, and Saturday for house and electro. The lineup for each day is huge, with Chase & Status headlining the Friday, and Eric Prydz playing his last EPIC show of the year on the Saturday, here’s a full rundown:
Friday 25th November – Day 1: Chase & Status • Nero • Skrillex • Knife Party • Zane Lowe • Camo & Krooked • Ms Dynamite • Mistajam • Dj Fresh • Jaguar Skills • Modestep • Feed Me • Joker • Gemini • Friction • Yasmin • Union • Flux Pavillon • Doctor P • Funtcase • Roksonix • S.P.Y • dBridge + More TBA
Saturday 26th November – Day 2: EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) • John Digweed • Pete Tong • Sander Van Doorn • Simian Mobile Disco • Sebastien Leger • Chris Lake • Jeremy Olander • Death In Vegas • Vitalic • Fake Blood • Fenech Soler • Sebastian • Maya Jane Coles • Alex Metric • Grum • Russ Chimes • Starsmith • John Dahlback • The Japanese Popstars • Mark Fanciulli • The Glimmers • Utah Saints • Reset! • Hot City • Burns • Monarchy + More TBA
I’ve been waiting for this one for a while as I’m sure many of you have. Trouble & Bass boss, Drop The Lime, is bringing his live band to the Avalon in Hollywood in 2 days, and I’ve heard only amazing things about this highly anticipated performance. In addition to this monstrous headliner, we will also witness another CONTROL appearance from GDD™ fav, Alex Metric, as well as the Finnish firestarter, Huoratron, and West Coast T&B rep, Samo Sound Boy. This is going to be a good one boys and girls.
Please RSVP names to JONAH@GOTTADANCEDIRTY.COM to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5:30PM.
$10 before 10PM
$15 before 11PM
9:30-11:15PM : Matty Scoll
11:15-1:00AM : Alex Metric
1:00-1:45AM : Drop The Lime (Live)
1:45-3:00AM : Huoratron
3:00AM-Close : Samo Sound Boy
DIRTY DANCERS! Go deep into the new season with my brand new Fall mix filled with bedroom bliss + dance floor delight. Special attention goes to the back to back exclusives by MOON BOOTS and VICEROY – thank you gentlemen for hookin’ up GDD™ + me & allowing us to debut these two smokin’ hot new tracks.
• M83 – Midnight City (Christian Strobe Remix)
• Gigamesh feat. Nicole Godiva – People
• Beni feat. Mattie Safer – Someone Just Like You (VillA Remix)
• Body Language – Falling Out (Tiger & Woods Remix)
• Moon Boots – Off My Mind
• Viceroy – Unwind
• Beni feat. Nomi Ruiz – Sway
• The Magician – I Don’t Know What to Do (Fabian Remix)
• Sneaky Sound System – Big (Oliver Remix)
• The Whip – Secret Weapon (Alex Metric Remix)
• Katy B – Lights On (Gigamesh Remix)
• Fabian – This Night
• All The Lights – Chasing Colours (Plastic Plates Remix)
• Novika – Miss Mood (Hot Toddy Remix)
• Darren Hayes – Talk Talk Talk (Fred Falke Remix)
• Flight Facilities – Foreign Language (Will Saul & Tam Cooper Remix)
• Gotye feat. Kimbra – Somebody That I Used to Know (Compuphonic Remix)
The Whip will be releasing a new single titled, ‘Secret Weapon,’ on Southern Fried Records this month, and the great people over at SFR have been kind enough to give away fellow Brit Alex Metric‘s remix away to go along with it. The indie feel from The Whip’s original rendition is juxtaposed to Alex Metric’s keen sense of bassline usage making for a great collaboration and a must have for any occasion.
We all itch for new Alex Metric material, and when that day is upon us, the sound waves enter our ears, and we tingle in delight. It is impossible to make techie electro sound this good. The riffs, builds, and cosmic sounds layered on his patented grinding yet groovy bassline is a recipe for success, and it has happened again. Coming off such a hot collaboration with Steve Angello for Open Your Eyes, it was time for another massive club hit. The result is Raveageddon, which will be released as a bonus track on the EP single package for End of the World dropping August 15th. A hard-hitting, melodic tune perfect for the end of the world as we know it. As if that’s not enough, a full length Alex Metric album, Open Your Eyes: Remixes and Productions, will drop shortly after on the 22nd. Keep your eyes peeled for an interview with the man, myth, and legend as well. Now turn up the volume and get after it!