Continuing the abundance of giveaways as weather gets warmer, we have another summer heater for your vibe cultivation. Our SF friends WhiteNoize did a remix of their favorite classic Reggae/Hip-Hop track “Here Comes The Hotstepper.” You know you’ve sang the chorus to this at some point in your life! The boys put it through the chop shop and out pops an uptempo house groove that breaks down into the original and back out again. NAAAAA NA-N-NA-NA, NA-N-NA-NA, NA-N-NA-NA-NANA-NANA!
At the ripe age of 38, Parov Stelar‘s wisdom and experience have guided him to create some of the best sounds in the music industry. Electro swing is one of the more intoxicating genre’s in the electronic spectrum as the four on the floor beat intermixes with heavy syncopation and live instrumentation. As the industry progresses it’s almost inevitable for it to head in the electro swing direction. This Nico Pusch bootleg features pumping piano chords that preface the trumpet fanfare being belted out in the chorus as Nico Pusch puts his own original flair into the song.
Our buddy Clockwork graciously put up all 14 individual bootlegs from his 15K pack for FREE on his Soundcloud last night as a big thank you to his fans around the globe. If you’ve seen any of his sets over the past few months (including his most recent US tour with Dillon Francis on the Wet & Reckless Tour), you’ll definitely recognize a handful of these secret weapons now released for public consumption. Download all below and give this dude a “Like” on his Facebook to show your gratitude.
It only takes hours before the newest popular single gets bombarded with bootleg remixes and spreads like wild fire across the blogosphere. The unique recreations however, are always worth the wait. Our friend and GDD familiar Craig Williams had something to prove towards Tyga’s “Rack City” – fashioning a club worthy ghetto-tech spin on the popularized hip-hop anthem.
The end product is pure gold, straying away from overdone bootleg formula and creating his own monster. We’ve teamed up with Craig Williams to give it away for FREE, so grab it below and let the system crank.
IT’S BOOTY TIME!
Kevin Chapman of the former duo No Body has take up the new moniker FYOR and has been on a warpath of production since then, sending his powerful electro house straight for the main room. To kick off his debut, he has released his first “BOOTY PACK” – featuring (4) bootleg remixes of Chris Lake, Eva Simons, Deth Hertz, and No Body. Who doesn’t love a FREE booty?
The roaring production of the mysterious WHIIITE has struck again – this time with a giveaway sinster moombahcore bootleg remix of Birdy Nam Nam & Skrillex’s “Goin In”, and his heavy-hitting official remix for Cypress Hill & Rusko’s “Shots Go Off.” I would say don’t sleep on these tracks, but after you listen you won’t be able to anyway. BOOM.
To celebrate 22 years of his life, big room phenom DJ MAKJ has released today a Birthday Bootleg Pack (FREE for download) to his fans. The staggering bundle features massive creations by the likes of Dirty South, Dyro, Porter Robinson, Chuckie, Laidback Luke, Martin Solveig, Nicky Romero, R3hab, and Clockwork – blended with anthemic vocal edits and even a collaborative mix with Hardwell. Don’t hold back, grab the whole pack below and get your party started. BOOM!
Leading up to only his second live performance tomorrow night @ CONTROL, the elusive DJ/producer known as WHIIITE has released a free bootleg remix package for his fans, CONTROL-goers, and bass lovers alike. The 4-pack bundle gives you heavy hitting versions of Martin Solveig’s “The Night Out”, Knife Party’s “Fire Hive”, Gemini’s “Fire Inside”, and his Dim Mak released “Activate” remix for Atari Teenage Riot. Follow the link below to his facebook page to download and check out the video from his debut performance last December @ Avalon.
After a massive response from their hard-hitting bootleg of Funky Vodka, the rising duo NO BODY have answered back quickly with 2 remix versions for Wolfgang Gartner‘s newest single ‘Redline.’ The deluxe version features a certain anthemic vocal for those big room lovers, while the instrumental mix focuses on piping electro lead (similar to Nicky Romero’s ‘Toulouse’) that does justice to the cheesy chords of the original. Once again, NO BODY takes things to a higher and heavier level. Grab them both below, and decide which is your fav!
Our boy Henry Steinway, aka Clockwork, aka Big Sleazy (I made that one up), aka RL Grime just uploaded his thugged out version of Pacha On Acid – a gift to his fans for “manufacturing issues with the patches that came with the Grapes EP.” Either way, FREE TRAP HOUSE for us. Don’t stop git it git it.