We’ve had an absolute blast curating the WIDE AWAKE Art Car Stage at New York and Chicago the past month, and this weekend, it’s time for the holy grail of Electric Daisy Carnival, Las Vegas. We’ve put together a great lineup for this Saturday the 22nd, with sets from GDD™ homies like Wax Motif, Bixel Boys, Craig Williams, and Astronomar, who has put together a killer minimix to give you a taste of his set Saturday night. Download the mix below, and read on for the tracklist and full GDD™ stage lineup.
In celebration to hitting 4000 likes on facebook, our techno brethren Craig Williams is giving away a FREE double track EP including two remade versions of some of his favorites by Nine Inch Nails. The product is a pipeline of techno that carries the haunting vocals of Trent Reznor off the grid and into dark territory. Dig in kids.
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Our very good friends Charles I & Tre have joined forces for a debut collaboration titled, Satellites. A project that has been months in the making, Satellites is a true balance of talent between the two producers — a release characterized by finesse and a shared love of good ol’ fashioned Techno. While the guys originally planned to shop this baby around to some labels, they kindly decided to give it away to the masses for free today. In addition to 3 brand new originals, the Satellites EP also features 3 remixes from a trio of other GDD™ brethren — Casino Gold, Craig Williams, and Damaged Goods. Download all 6 tracks below.
The recent release of Dim Mak Record’s freshman class compilation NEW NOISE VOL. 4 featured many new faces on the scene, one of which being our LA Aussie mate Craig Williams leading the brigade with his single “So Shake”. The track pairs a gritty bassline with a dirty vocal sample of “Shake whatcha momma gave ya” – a fusion of techno, electro and hip hop make this one a staple example of Dim Mak’s NEW NOISE movement. Listen to it below, and pick it up today on Beatport!
Craig is a Aussie DJ/Producer is on the rise with more remixes in the works for Dim Mak and has much more in store release-wise for the summer including some hot collaborations with Louisahhh!!! of the famed Bromance Records crew & Montreal-House royalty Prince Club.
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After 2 Fridays occupying desert living, we return back to the avalon in full force for a huge lineup. CONTROL this week plays hosts to the OWSLA wonder-brain Alvin Risk, along with the heavy-hitting Figure and a mainstage debut by UK duo The Loops Of Fury. Opening up the night will be a special b2b set by our friends Sam Hiller and Craig Williams, with The Ref closing out the festivities. This one is sure to shake the Hollywood & Vine block, so don’t miss out! *This event will reach capacity early, so please RSVP below and arrive before doors to guarantee entry!
Please email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted before 5PM on Friday (Today).
$20 before 11pm
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Green Velvet is back at the Avalon tomorrow night along with the always groovy Pleasurekraft. Also supporting the House music legend will be LA talent Rick Rude and Craig Williams, with an opening set from Jaceo. We expect a night of great tunes and glowing green mohawks.
Email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5:30PM on Friday.
$15 before 10PM
$20 before 11PM
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Another Wednesday brings another installment of our guest mix series, and today we feature our favorite Australian living in Los Angeles, Craig Williams. A master in the studio, Craig astonishes me with his clean productions and remixes, even when he shows me them through an iPod in his Prius 😉 Craig has included a healthy helping of his own originals and remixes in this mix topped with some tracks from BNR, Turbo, and Bromance providing for a bouncy Techno soundtrack to your life for the next 72 minutes. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, watch out for this dude. √+
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.
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Our long time friend and LA based musician Craig Williams has released his signature Music Sample Pack – a FREE collection of VSTi synthesizer presets and analogue synthesizer samples for all your studio needs and desires. Here’s what Craig had to say about the release:
“I just hit 2000 fans on facebook!! So to say a big thank you, I made a sample and preset pack for you guys. For the samples I used analog instruments from my studio and the presets are for Massive and Sylenth. ENJOY!”
The pack is available for FREE DOWNLOAD via Craig Williams’ Facebook page (38.4 MB download size, 49.6MB size on disk, 202 samples in AIFF & WAV format). To get the download link, click Like and then click the Free Sample Pack button.
The samples were captured from various analogue synthesizers, including Roland Juno 106, Korg MS-20, Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 08, Korg Monotribe and a Ladyada x0xb0x. The pack also includes a collection of 16 presets for NI Massice and a soundbank (in FXB format) for Sylenth1 by LennarDigital. Now get to work!
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Our friends over at Julien-K are re-releasing their album We’re Here With You today with a gigantic remix package featuring 10 brand new reworks including this one that we’re happy to premiere today from our favorite Australian in Los Angeles, Craig Williams. As Craig does with most of his remixes, he transforms Julien-K’s original into a throbbing, 303-infused Techno monster; readying “We’re Here With You” for maximum club play. Continue Reading