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The southern-cal homegrown indie electro band American Royalty recently released a huge remix package for their newest singles. The Matchstck Remixes EP comes loaded with 6 wildly different remixes of 3 original tracks: 2 bassline driven versions by dirtybird’s own J.Phlip, a deep techno side from Bang Gang’s Light Year, and 3 breakthrough productions from young guns Richnuss, Stryker Matthews, and Slates.
The J.Phlip and Light Year remixes are of course top notch, but my favorite is the ‘high brow deep house with a garnish of disco’ mix by Richnuss (comprised of Billy Scher of American Royalty and Peter Nussbaum of Guns In The Sun). You decide – the EP is completely for FREE DOWNLOAD from their facebook page!
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We’ve already seen some huge and long awaited releases drop this early in the year, but this EP is sure to take the taco. Our boy Clockwork is finally releasing his much anticipated Squad Up EP Tuesday, March 13th on Dim Mak Records – featuring the heavily supported ‘Squad Up,’ the techno darkside in ‘Hulk’ and the big room monster ‘Nox.’ If that wasn’t enough, the EP has also procured explosive remixes by Dillon Francis, Botnek, and Torro Torro, plus a special vocal edit of Squad Up. The self-titled tune is already receiving incredible support and is on target to be one of the top tunes of the year (not to mention a huge Beatport chart contender).
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A few months ago, two sleep-deprived Italians named Fare Soldi showed up at my door-step. I was going out of town for a show and my manager called an hour before asking if they could crash at my apartment. Knowing that I’ll one day be in their shoes down the road, I welcomed them in. Fare Soldi makes really fun dance music, and today they’re giving away their remix of Spinstyles‘ track No Regrets, which was released today on Overthrow Music Authority. The other track on Spinstyles’ EP called Quick Flick features fellow Kansas City badboy Tech N9ne. Grab the EP here on Beatport.
Canada is producing a pretty noteworthy crop of awesome young artists from the likes of Jacques Greene to Prince Club to John Roman, and now USA’s northern neighbor welcomes Toronto native Meech to the varsity team. Meech’s I want EP, out today on the Danish imprint Demento Mori, takes off from a swingy percussive intro to a growling bass number, full with housey piano stabs, cheeky vocal chops and white noise blasts. Pick up the EP here on Beatport.
Our friends over at Trouble & Bass have a heavy release slated for the 13th of December from the bass fiend from Chicago known as Willy Joy. You might remember seeing Willy up here on GDD™ a month or two ago when we posted up a fall mix as well as Flinch’s √+ remix of ‘Woman Like Me,’ and now he receives our support once again for the absolutely banging Whispering Woods EP. As the T&B guys so aptly described it, the title track “is a face-blistering chunk of electro stabs and drum rolls that recalls your first metal show as much as a bad trip in the forest,” which probably scares and intrigues you simultaneously as it does for me. Fans of Electro, listen here first and pick it up 12/13.
Quick, go find a Maya Jane Coles release that wasn’t entirely awesome and I’ll hand over my GDD account and password and I’ll be banishéd to a land where there is no music, only hissing white-noise and cacophonous feedback. OK, maybe a bit melodramatic, but Maya’s newest EP Don’t Put Me In Your Box, which came out today on the Hypercolour imprint, is just another wonderfully moody and hypnotic four track dazzler that adds to her blossoming discography. She must hate sunny days, because this is the music you want to be playing as you make your lover a warm cup of tea on a dreadfully rainy Sunday. She has an album coming out next year, sometime around May or June. I know it will be great, because she knows no wrong.
All the way in Mexico City, two dudes that call themselves The Wookies
(but told not to be confused with Chewbacca) have put out an incredible dance EP aptly named ‘Discotecno’. They have disco heaters like sound they could be upcoming Duck Sauce releases, as well as rolling arpeggios that make you want to find the nearest discotheque and get 10 kinds of freaky. Oh yeah, and they’re releasing it for free.
The suave and always dapper Brodinski announced this week the launch of his label Bromance, which is bursting out of the gates with a massive EP. Louisahhh, who was featured on Danny Daze’s summer stomping anthem ‘Your Everything‘, teams up with Brodinski on ‘Let The Beat Control Your Body’. The catchy hook has Brodi’s appearing to be the more dance-floor appropriate of the two track EP, since the second tune comes courtesy of Gesaffelstein with a villainous techno beast that we’ve come to expect of the Parisian. Bromance #1 will be available digitally on November 21st.
Brodinski feat. Louisahhh! – Let The Beat Control Your Body (Preview) by BromanceRecords
Over the past year, Porter Robinson has grown to be synonymous with the word “prodigy” and he has become a sort of phenomenon in the electronic music community. Known for his hard electro-house, Porter has skyrocketed in popularity and I believe it’s only a matter of time before he is ranked as one of the world’s Top 100 DJ’s. It’s interesting to see how technology plays such a large role in the music industry today with the ease of production that allows younger artists to make professional music, and also as a promotional tool with social media, music blogs, and simply, the virtual inter-connectedness that we share and we are able to take advantage of. Anyway, Porter‘s debut release, the Spitfire EP, will be dropping this Tuesday the 13th on Skrillex’s new label, OWSLA. As if the lines of genres weren’t getting blurred enough already, you can expect a creative mix of dubstep, electro-house, progressive house, and even some moombahton, all packed into individual tracks. The release also includes heavy remixes from Knife Party, Mikkas, Downlink, SkisM, and Kill The Noise. Go stream it exclusively on Grooveshark (see link below) and be sure to purchase it Tuesday on Beatport! Check here to see if Porter will be coming to your town this Fall on Tiësto’s College Invasion tour.