Anna Lunoe has had arguably one of the best breakout years amongst those in the electronic arena. Despite being a longtime tastemaker in the Australian music scene, her widespread success wasn’t fully discovered until a massive 2014. Check out our feature on the first lady of house vibes after the jump!
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As the OWSLA takeover of Boomrat continues, as do the dope playlists. Today’s selection is “Best of Nest” compilation, bringing together a handful of the best releases on Skrillex’s free imprint, Nest HQ. Not only do they procure releases from the best electronic acts around the world, they release it all for free. Without further ado, let the sounds of CRNKN, Worthy, Anna Lunoe, AC Slater and many more get you going.
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GDD™ fav, Anna Lunoe, has released a 2-track EP today on Skrillex’s free imprint, Nest, and it’s quite the beast. The title track, “Bass Drum Dealer” or “BDD” for short, boasts some insane tribal percussion, a wicked halftime breakdown, and, of course, some √+ vocals from the Australian producer. The B-side, “Bad MF,” sees Anna Lunoe teaming up with Treasure Fingers for a West Coast House jam with pitched down vox and a mighty fine groove. As with all Nest releases, the tunes are available for free download via Nest’s Soundcloud. Get ready to hear this one out this summer. √+
The Miami brethren Damaged Goods has sailed into deeper waters, releasing his new original “Oops” for FREE download today on his soundcloud. With a soulful house bassline, progressive chords, and a teasing vocal sample from Tweet & Missy Elliot – we have summer groove ready for every set from the pool party to the festival circuit. Fans of Anna Lunoe, Duke Dumont and Yolanda Be Cool will be all over this one… Grab this one below and let the vibes ride high!
The Aussie wonder-woman Anna Lunoe hit the ground running this year and hasn’t looked back. Aside from a huge remix EP for her single “Breathe”, Anna also just dropped a new original collaboration ‘BAD MF’ with Treasure Fingers, kickstarted a live mix series called Luney Tunes, and has a full WMC schedule this week in Miami! Oh, did we forget to mention she’s playing one of your favorite tents @ Coachella? Nothing can get in the way of this babe right now and we’re 100% okay with that.
3.25 – Warm-Up! @ Viceroy Downtown – Miami, FL
3.26 – OWSLA Good Times Miami @ Wynwood – Miami, FL
3.27 – Trashed @ SET – Miami Beach, FL
3.28 – Fool’s Gold Miami @ Grand Central – Miami, FL
3.29 – Freehand Miami @ The Broken Shaker – Miami, FL
4.13 – Coachella Music Festival – Indio, CA
4.20 – Coachella Music Festival – Indio, CA
5.07 – Sound Nightclub – Los Angeles, CA
We’ve made it to the better side of the week, and that calls for a reward. Continuing on our highlight of the GDD x Sweat It Out! WMC showcase to come, we bring a free download from the Sydney native and Sweat representative Danny T. With a very special rework of AlunaGeorge‘s haunting beautiful “Outlines”, Danny pushes deeper vibes into freak mode with this one. Fans of his Anna Lunoe Remix or Le Youth Remix (also below) with be ALL OVER THIS. Listen and grab it for free!
WMC – Catch Danny T at our GDD x Sweat It Out! Miami showcase on Tuesday, March 25th!
Anna Lunoe is dominating right now. The slick remixes for her hit single are out (featuring remixes by Treasure Fingers, Cosmos Midnight, Danny T, Sleepy Tom & Wordlife). Her clothing line is fly. Her artwork is dope (I obviously haven’t updated my vernacular since “In Living Color”). And her new video for “Breathe” is a smashing success.
Today we’re featuring the ultra bad-ass Treasure Fingers remix of “Breathe”. Treasure Fingers flexes some serious dancefloor muscle with this booming Miami Bass/Freestyle remix. Serious pop n’ lock vibes.
November friends! This weekend, I travel up to San Francisco to play at Harlot alongside our favorite lady DJ, Anna Lunoe. To get the festivities started, we bring you to our second edition of the not-so-serious GDD Quick-hitter interview. Instead of the textbook bullroar, we asked Anna (5) questions on the lighter side, giving you a down-to-earth response from the climbing aussie DJ and producer… just for the jokes.
GDD: What was the first dance/electronic song you heard growing up?
AL: Underworld “Born Slippy” is a song that I remember getting very strong feelings for at a really young age. I had probably heard some early nineties pop house like Rhythm of the NIght etc before that but I remember the chords of Born Slippy really pulling me in and then the drop was so straight tough – made me appreciate the magic of repetitive loud music. A great life lesson.
GDD: Before producing/DJing what did you see yourself doing/becoming?
AL: I wanted to interview musicians on the radio and tv. Classic shadow creative move.
GDD: Most embarrassing moment at a gig you played?
AL: I cant think of anything major but thats not to say it hasnt happened. I probably just blocked it out… CDs stopping and stuff like that isn’t even embarrassing to me so It would need to be somekind of fall or something but (knock on wood) It hasn’t happened yet….
GDD: If you could go b2b with any celebrity who would it be?
AL: It’s a toss up between Beyonce, Rajon Rondo and Paul Rudd.
GDD: Name one thing you love about San Francisco…. and are you excited for this weekend’s show @ Harlot?
AL: Every show i have ever done in san fran has pretty much ruled so Djing is my favorite thing to do there. A bad san fran show cannot happen. I wont allow it. I can’t wait!
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