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Inspired by Housemeister‘s incredible third release, Music is Awesome, three greats have created their own versions of some of the albums best dance floor tracks.  That’s right; Zombie Nation, Djedjotronic and SCNTST have all remixed their favorite tracks off of Music is Awesome and put together the stellar results for this EP.  Each artist delivers their own unique blend of sounds; from experimentally abstract synth play to familiar rolling basslines.

Purchase the EP after the jump!

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After an epic saga of a weekend @ Coachella Music Festival, the GDD™ crew return from the desert with a battered brain of new music to better prepare for the massive summer to come. This week, our very own Bones and Toks have answered the call to serving you with a dirty bundle of tunes fit for the festival-goer in all of us. Whether from artists that played Coachella, or just some of the key sounds that embody the stages, this team has it down for you and each specific playlist. Get your sweaty wristbands on them and let a’ rip.

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Just in time for all your Miami festivities Boys Noize Records will be unleashing its third annual Miami Noize Compilation. The compilation features a combination of label friends (such as Digitalism) and BNR’s unique and talented artists.  Miami Noize will showcase new gems from Spank Rock, Djedjotronic, SCNTST, Jan Driver, Bart B More & Felix Cartal, Shadow Dancer, Strip Steve, Jence, BS1, Audionite and ELAX.

Check out the Miami Noize preview after the jump!

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all photos courtesy of Sonar Press

This weekend we were at the legendary Sonar Festival in one of our favorite European cities, Barcelona. Founded 18 years ago, Sonar was the first ever daytime contemporary music festival in a European city and despite its renowned status, it’s avoided slipping into mainstream territory by continuing to showcase fresh talent.

Taking place across three days and two nights, the first thing that struck us was Sonar’s ability to coordinate such a multitude of electronic acts, hosted at two very different settings without overstepping the vibe at each spot.  The 12 til 9 daytime event is a super chilled affair taking place at Barcelona’s beautiful cultural centre, just a stones throw from the Ramblas. By contrast, the 10pm til 7am night event was a rager at Fira Gran Via, a convention centre on the outskirts west of the city. While we’d love to cover every highlight from the weekend, there were just too many great moments, so instead we’ll bring you a varied shortlist of what made us tick:

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LDN This Friday, Fabric is playing host to yet another monster lineup. BoysNoize Records will be taking over Room 1, with sets from Housemeister, Djedjotronic, Shadow Dancer, and Mr. Alex Ridha himself. Meanwhile, Room 2 will see Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team topping the Kill ‘Em All bill, joined by Filthy Dukes and Jokers of The Scene, to name a few.

Yesterday we caught up with Al from Shadow Dancer to talk about MegaDrives, production, and dancing dirty. For the interview, tunes, and listing info, read on after the jump…

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Here are some tracks that I had been hoarding whilst I was waiting for GDD™ v3.0 to launch. Both Cut Copy and Chromeo will be playing at Coachella this year, which also makes it a perfect reason to post a remix of Death From Above 1979 (whose stealthy reunion is easily the most exciting news at Coachella this year).

Cut Copy – Take Me Over (Mylo Remix) by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

Chromeo – Hot Mess (Djedjotronic Remix) by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

Cut Copy – Take Me Over (Azari & III Remix) by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™
(This version of Azari & III’s remix is the proper one & not the whacked out, choppy one that was floating around the internets all week)

Chromeo – Hot Mess (Oliver Remix) by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

And DFA 1979 for the big fat win:
Death From Above 1979 – Black History Month (Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Remix) by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™


Just in time for a last minute stocking stuffer, Brodinski dropped his highly anticipated ‘Best of Everything’ vol 2 last night. If you aren’t familiar with the series, don’t expect to find big room festival style wompers, rather, Brodi dished out his favorite R&B hits to his friends like Beataucue, Renaissance Man, and Tony Senghore and in return you have a compilation of future bass, funky ass remixes of songs you’d normally not listen to. The best part? FREE, which means you must have all been good boys and girls this year. Happy Holidays.

Young Money – Bedrock (Djedjotronic Remix)
Amerie – One Thing (French Fries Remix)
Cassie – Me & U (Brenmar Remix)

Download entire package here

Could Mumbai Science be coming on any stronger right now? Ladies who spend most of their nights out constantly fending off overly aggressive, creepy dudes … I now feel your pain. First the Belgian duo commandeered Halloween’s biggest sound system, as seemingly every DJ at HARD Haunted Mansion in LA dropped ‘Ancova,’ and now their new release ‘Gold’ off Lektroluv apparently stole the biggest global event of last weekend too, I Love Techno 2010. Find out why everyone (Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, Crookers, Sound of Stereo, Djedjotronic and Fake Blood, to name a few) have been banging their tracks out recently.
• Mumbai Science – Gold [Buy on Beatport]
Check out their latest mix out on Lektroluv Records on their Soundcloud.
The NOOB and NT89 remixes meet the gold standard as well, so pass on that cheeseburger combo tomorrow, and grab this EP off iTunes/Beatport instead. Or better yet grab the GOLD VINYL* from the Lektroluv Shop!
*Seriously, the vinyl is fucking gold!
You stay classy, internet …
I’m Matt Black?

Hope you all are ready for this week. Let me advise you on how your Friday night should go…

8:00pm – Head on over to the Avalon early for The Most Interesting Party in the World sponsored by Dos Equis and hosted by Andrew WK, dF, Danceism, and GDD™.
Make sure you’ve printed out your tickets before you come!
8:30-11pm – Get on a great one with the OPEN BAR and watch some crazy illusionists, special guest DJs, burlesque dancers, flying and magic in the main room.
11-1:00am – Let Circuit Freq do some damage to your hearing.
1-2:30am – Enjoy the privilege of witnessing French House legend Etienne De Crecy throw metaphorical musical fireballs at your brain.
2:30am-close – Keep that good one going with James Talk until your legs are noodles.
If you miss the Dos Equis party, make sure that you RSVP your names to JONAH@GOTTADANCEDIRTY.COM to be on our discount ticket list for the rest of the night.
21+: $10 before 12am
18+: $15 before 12am
In the comments, write your name, email, and an awesome food recipe to win a pair of tickets to the show on Friday. This week I’ll be giving out 2 pairs so get on it!

hey San Francisco, i’ll be in town tomorrow night seeing busy p at mezzanine with opening sets from bootsy, eli glad, and the dj formerly known as lxndr.

underrated remix numero uno. mix this one up with some chromeo or shazam.
underrated remix number two. a crunchy and distorted alternative to the ravey fake blood remix.
saturday night is youngbloodz, located at matador (10 6th st),where i’ll be in the mix with eli and alex for my first gig in sf. here’s mr frederick’s latest mixtape, a preview of the ass shaking and rug cutting to come this weekend.
track listing:
2. kim – wet ‘n’ wild (riot in belgium remix)
3. armand van helden – the funk phenomena
4. groove armada – drop the tough (the twelves b-live remix)
5. yelle – ce jeu (the twelves remix)
6. muscles – sweaty (shazam remix)
7. fred falke – last wave
8. diamond cut – teardrops (treasure fingers filter disco edit)
9. the whitest boy alive – golden cage (fred falke remix)