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As of late, the dance music industry seems to really be taking notice of the burgeoning live electronica trio, Keys N Krates, that has become a regular here on GDD™. With a new single, “Treat Me Right,” due out on March 5th via Dim Mak Records and a guest mix feature on Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 show just last week, it is clear that 2013 is shaping up to be one of Keys N Krates‘ most productive years to date. Check out their stunning, trap-tinged mix below and watch the behind-the-scenes video of a live rehearsal for “Treat Me Right” after the jump.

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photo cred: Banksy

Wassup dirty dancers?! After a stonking weekend here’s a healthy dose of dubstep and IDM to aid you with your recovery…

19 year old experimental producer Shlohmo has interested me a lot lately. Part of the WeDidIt collective up in San Francisco, he’s been heavily supported by Flying Lotus and Gaslamp Killer‘s Brainfeeder label and recently featured in Crookers guest mix for Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1. Watch this space, the future holds big things for this guy.
+ If somehow you still haven’t had your Crookers fill from Bones’ Tons of Friends preview last week, here’s their guest mix for Annie Nightingale:
glitchy goodness. Here’s the tracklisting…

1. Dem Hunger – Peugeot Pregnancy
2. Shlohmo – Antigravity (Low Limit Remix)
3. Floating Points – Truly
4. Crookers feat. Miike Snow – Remedy (Accapella)
5. Crookers feat. Miike Snow – Remedy
6. Four Tet – Sing
7. Die Voegel – Blaue Moschee
8. Shlomi Aber – Sketches (Be As One)
9. Novalima – Machete
10. Basic Soul Unit – Dank
11. Machine Drum – Carry The Weight (Demo)
12. Crookers feat. Roisin Murphy – Royal T (Accapella)
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photo cred: David LaChapelle
From Melborne Australia, The Temper Trap are a breakthrough indie act that should be on everyone’s radars for they’ve recently scored remixes from Adam Freeland, Axwell & Dirty South. They’re playing Music Box at the Fonda in LA this Wednesday, and again at Coachella in April. Here’s the latest single ‘Fader’ remixed by Jakwob:

If that’s a little too soft for you, here are a couple of heavy hitters you may have missed first time around:
raw dubstep and a filthy drop
Banging electro wobble. Made to play loud
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More grimey dubstep from one of my favorite Trouble & Bass artists – Philadelphia-based Starkey is killing it on the production front. Currently touring in Europe, fingers crossed for another North America tour because this guy’s sets are wild.

dirty basslines interspersed with chilled orchestral licks. win
I couldn’t run a post about Starkey without posting the title track off his Stars EP that dropped today. Mellow out to this one:
This is a post-night out track. Kick back to it and get led astray by Anneka’s vocals

Cheers,
SweetFA