Hailing from Rome, the Italiano Jac Battle aka Mooro, has served as Death Crew 77′s tour drummer and now chosen by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo to play keyboards on the new The Bloody Beetroots live show…
His new solo project has finally made its debut on Lektroluv Records – the EP including three electro monsters that fans of The Subs, The Bloody Beetroots or Gtronic will most definitely love. The fourth track, ‘For Those About To Funk’, closes the EP in true slo’mo style and sounds like something Daft Punk would make after being locked in the studio with nothing but Red Bull and a Slayer record. WOWZERS.
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TGIF! Our good buddy FYOR gave us the exclusive on his new original ‘Bump N Grind’ – a big room monster with an anthemic build into a massive wave of acid stabbing chords. Festival season is around the corner, get after it.
Last week, we went into the deep with a special Day Zero edition of our guest mix series from Fur Coat. We now have the Parisian up and comer, Uppermost, on deck with an hour of tasteful French electro. He brings a spiced-up Justice-like sound along with a more disco influenced flavor to keep things varied and fresh. Keep in mind that Uppermost will be releasing a new album soon, so let this mix serve as a warm-up for more great music to come.
TRACKLIST AFTER THE JUMP!
Welcome to Vol. 1 of our new weekly feature here at Gotta Dance Dirty™ : The Weekly Mix up. Every Friday we will be posting a new selection of mixes. Some new, some old, and some GDD™ Exclusive. So whether you’re powering through your last day at the office or prepping for a weekend night out, check back here every Friday… Ya never know what is going to end up in The Mix Up!
If you want to see a mix tape featured in the coming weeks, tweet me your suggestions: @GDDkmoc
Without further adieu, I am proud to give you the Weekly Mix Up: VOL.1
As the dance music scene gains more and more popularity it seems like the talent continues to get better at a younger age. The 17 year old Caveat is the newest name on the scene with his remix of “Make It Bun Dem” by Skrillex and Damian Marley.
Turning this Dancehall, reggae infused track into a top Electro banger, Caveat has continued his streak of top notch remixes. Don’t believe me, check out his remix of Dada Life – Happy Violence and Feed Me – Strange Behavior (bonus free download on his Soundcloud). With support already coming from the likes of Tiesto this young producer is definitely one to watch.
This week Willy brings you some good old fashioned house music, with touches of techno, electro and even a little hardstyle. At 130BPM, this is a great banging tool to keep the crowd moving or load up on your ipod for the next trip to the gym. Grab “Drop Bounce” now and let the summer fun continue!
I’m not sure what’s been up with me lately, but I can’t seem to get enough French house. Thanks to Ben Thomas, aka L’Étranger, my needs have been satisfied for the time being. This morning, he put out this awesome rework of an Alan Braxe & Fred Falke collaboration, “Most Wanted.” With the addition of more electro-type sounds and his “French touch,” L’Étranger did a great job in putting a different feel to the track. Check it out and download after the jump.
2011 was quite the year for Bad Life Records; the new electro/techno label saw a plethora of massive releases and received support from the likes of Erol Alkan, Tiga, Diplo, Zombie Nation & Brodinski. Their first compilation, Future Techno 1 compiles those monster releases, along with some new and exclusive tracks, featuring ZZT, AutoKratz, Attaque, TWR72, Burns, NT89 & more.
Check out the EP and track listing after the jump!
In 2011 Attaque made a huge splash in the EDM scene when he released his hit single, When Light Falls and as a result the relatively unknown artist became the buzz of the underground. This month Attaque dropped his newest release, a full-length entitled, When Light Falls, an album that holds up to even the most scrutinizing expectations. The record is an hour of pure energy; with rolling bass lines, dark techno leads and drops that will make your heart stop.
Check the album out after the jump!
Shadow Dancer is back with their 6th Boysnoize Records‘ release, Second City. The new EP is a experimentally delicious blend of Techno and Electro that packs a punch. However, Second City isn’t just an EP full of dance floor bangers, it also showcases the duo’s enviable synthesis talents as well as their ability to put together a full, well-rounded release.
Check out the new EP after the jump!