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The Dirt #147 comin’ at ya courtesy of Tropicool + aRod.  It’s a ten pack of tunes served sunny side up.  Be sure to sample them all then download all ten tracks for free!

Du Tonc – I’m On Fire (Bruce Springsteen Cover)
Russ Chimes – Motions
RAC feat. Karl Kling – Repeating Motion
Chordashian – Questions feat. Frances Rose
BANKS – Brain (AceLine Remix)
Holy Ghost – Bridge & Tunnel (Midnight Magic Remix)
Cut Copy – We Are Explorers (Larry Gus Remix)
The Weeknd – Drunk In Love (Beyonce Cover)
MØ – Say You’ll Be There (Spice Girls Cover)
Blondie – Rapture (LUXXURY Edit)

THE DIRT #147 .ZIP [10 TRACKS, 99MB]

The Dirt #147: Tropicool + aRod


Tropicool + aRod

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Coming off of a momentous 2013 including performances alongside some of his idols and an appearance on GDD’s Wide Awake Art Car at EDC Las Vegas, SURF AMBASSADOR HENDO enters the new year with a renewed vigor and refined vision for his career. In this mix, he brings us a diverse selection of new, old, and unreleased sun-soaked grooves that bring the heat. Check out the outstanding mix below, but before you jump in, here’s an important message from the man himself…

As 2014 begins to unfold, I’ve decided to simplify a bit. I will be DJ-ing under the name Hendo come this Spring. This exclusive GDD Guest Mix is one of the last mixtapes I will do under the name Surf Ambassador Hendo. With a few songs in the works, some great future lineups, and a fresh twist on my mixing style, I’m really looking forward to spreading The Froth this year as I’m only just getting started…”

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The Amplifetes are a 4-piece band out of Sweden that came together in 2008 with a shared love for analog instruments, Electric Light Orchestra, and 60s Psychadelia. After their debut album in 2010, the foursome from Stockholm returned to the studio for their sophomore album, Where Is The Light, which is slated for release by the end of this year. Fellow Swede Samuel Onervas has put together a fantastic, Indie Dance remix to the single, showcasing catchy vocal Ooh’s and forward percussion, reminding me a bit of some of the Cut Copy remixes we used to hear a few years back. Listen below and read on after the jump to check out the interactive video game that The Amplifetes created to accompany the single that gives one winner a chance to go to The Northern Lights in the Arctic Circle!

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After a heated Grammy Sunday, we’re back into the swing of things with a brand new week ahead of us. I have news featuring coverage of the Grammys, Future Music Festival Asia, & Cut Copy’s Ben Browning with his solo project. Please read on after the jump.

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Break out your skinny jeans and your dancin shoes – Friday night we’re gonna do the dirty disco. This week @ CONTROL we welcome two special DJ sets by Cut Copy and Midnight Juggernauts. This is a rare performance to catch these bands doing special dj sets aside from their own live shows, with support from the likes of Casual Touch and 2TONEDISCO. Pre-Sales have already SOLD OUT, so we will have a VERY LIMITED guest list this week. Please make sure to arrive well before doors open to guarantee entry.

To get on the GDD guest list, please email RSVP@gottadancedirty.com
(Please only add +1, nothing above will be honored)
$25 before 10pm | Doors Open @ 9pm

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So we took last week off of The Dirt and we sincerely apologize for it, but what better way to come back this week than with a mouthwatering, user-submitted buttshot and a terrific 11-pack of tunes to get you ready for the weekend! As usual, we have a bit of everything in here, so either take our word for it and download everything via the zip files, or pick and choose which ones sound good to you. Happy Dirt day people.

JACKIN’ TECH HOUSE
Riva Starr, Major Lazer – Jump (The Martin Brothers Remix) √+ [Beatport]
Out last month on the Snatch! subsidiary label, Snatch! Special, this remix of Jump by Christian and Justin blends the familiar sounds of Snatch! and DirtyBird and is deservedly the first track on the compilation release.

VOCAL INDIE NU DISCO
Metronomy – Everything Goes My Way (Ewan Pearson Remix) √+ [Beatport]
I first heard this remix on Danny Daze‘s guest mix for Nic Fanciulli‘s Worldwide Sounds podcast. I love the original from Metronomy and Ewan Pearson sticks to the main elements while incorporating a great Nu Disco feel.

TECHNO + HOUSE
Lazy Ants & Rob Threezy – Chi to Rome (Mike Mago Remix) √+
Set for release next Monday the 19th, the Chi to Rome EP from Lazy Ants and Rob Threezy incorporates some of my favorite genres: Acid House, Chicago House, and Techno. This remix from BMKLTSCH Records head honcho, Mike Mago, delivers a bit of a Chicago House vibe while incorporating the repetition of a solid Techno tune.

EPIC DREAMWAVE
Cut Copy – Sun God (Andrew Weatherall Remix) √+
Cut Copy received a Grammy nod for Best Dance/Electronica Album a couple weeks ago for their fantastic Zonoscope LP, and in celebration they’ve released this nearly 9-minute epic remix from the legendary Brit, Andrew Weatherall. It’s a must have.

LUVSTEP
Traveler – Phantom (Original Mix) √+
I just posted on these guys earlier this week, but I felt like I needed to include this track in The Dirt this week because it’s been on such heavy rotation since I downloaded it on Monday. Keep a serious eye out for Traveler in 2012.

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DISCO

Gigamesh - Burnin’

Gigamesh is heating up the Winter by bringing back the classic “Disco Inferno” with great taste and extra grooves. It’s just another gem to add to the quality Gigamesh catalog.

HEAVY ELECTRO

 Uppermost – Positive [Beatport]

Uppermost displays his refined production skills with a harder hitting, Justice type sound in “Positive,” a track of off his latest release, Action.

DRUM ‘N’ BASS

Sigma – Do You Love [Beatport]

This round of the Dirt calls for a tune from the always dependable Sigma. I find it necessary to have a little up-tempo energy and this easily gets the job done.

BASS FUSION

 Rustie – All Nite

I’m sure you could relate on how good it feels to come across a great artist and my latest discovery is Glasgow’s Rustie. With a unique and distinct style, he’s definitely one to look out for, especially with support from BBC’s Annie Mac.

DUBSTEP

Metric – Collect Call (Adventure Club Remix)

They’re known for their remixes, and it’s to no surprise that Adventure Club has put together a great arrangement of Metric’s “Collect Call.” Having the foundation of great vocals to work with facilitates the production process, but they certainly take it a step further.

DOWNTEMPO

 Emancipator – Elephant Survival

Emancipator is one of my favorite producers to chill to and with his laidback, flowing vibe, there’s not much else I could ask for. If you don’t already “like” his Facebook, I suggest you do so as he gave this track out for free today after reaching 30,000 fans!

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Photo by Alexander Jacob

Happy Friday! We’ve made through yet another week and I have another GDD™ Morning Update to close it out. Today’s news features Electronic Music Grammy nominations w/ Skrillex, the Future Music Festival lineup, Boys Noize & Mr. Oizo start Handbrakes, The Chemical Brothers’ live DVD, & LCD Soundsystem’s final show documentary. See it all after the jump.

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Death Cab for Cutie announced today that they will be releasing a 7-track EP through Atlantic Records on November 22nd with remixes for 7 songs off of their new album, Codes and Keys. The Keys and Codes Remix EP will be leaked gradually with one new remix being announced each week until its full release date next month. Each remix will be available for purchase as it is announced, and to start things off this first week, we give you Cut Copy‘s remix of  ’Doors Unlocked and Open.’ Head on over to iTunes to buy it now!

Death Cab for Cutie – Doors Unlocked And Open [Cut Copy Remix] by deathcabforcutie

 

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It’s about time that NYC-based Holy Ghost! got to headline their own tour. After opening up for the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Cut Copy, and Chromeo as well as releasing their incredible debut album on DFA Records this year, the dynamic duo is well-deserving of the 20-date tour that they’ll be embarking on this October and November. In addition to the upcoming North American jaunt where they’ll be accompanied by Jessica 6, Midnight Magic, and Eli Escobar, Holy Ghost! has teamed up with Austrian producer Wolfram to put together the latest single, ‘Hold My Breath,’ which will be released as an EP on October 17th complete with remixes from Tiger & Woods, Cosmic Kids, and Falty DL. Feast your eyes on another great music video from director Ben Fries, and check tour dates below for a stop near you.

Fall Tour Dates
10/29 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
10/30 – Orono, ME – University of Maine
10/31 – Montreal, QC – Belmont on the Boulevard
11/01 – Toronto, ON – 69 Bathurst
11/03 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
11/04 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
11/05 – Chicago, IL – Double Door
11/08 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club
11/09 – Portland, OR – Holocene
11/10 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
11/11 – Los Angeles, CA – Music Box
11/13 – San Diego, CA – Voyeur Night Club
11/16 – Dallas, TX – Prophet Bar
11/17 – Austin, TX – The Parish
11/18 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s
11/19 – New Orleans, LA – Parish @ House of Blues
11/21 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
11/23 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
11/25 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
11/26 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

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Foamy and frothy jams for those who get bloated easily.  Another installment for that epic beach day or sensual shag session.  Peace and Love.

“The waves ≠ raves consists of hand-picked gems that inspire us, tickling and tempting our creative juices. Some are old, some are new, but it is what we are listening to now. They are groovey, flowing, and sun-kissed just like that perfect wave. They are uplifting and guaranteed to put a smile on your face. They sound the best with a babe in one hand, a cold brewski in the other, and the sand beneath your feet. Stay Dreamy.”

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