In this exclusive video interview with Scion A/V, Felix Cartal discusses his personal approach to music and how the song “Tonight” featuring Mya came to fruition. Check out more great video footage on the Scion A/V YouTube page.
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With all the craziness of the holidays I almost missed this new track from Felix Cartal. As the B-side to his recently released “No Sleep” also with Natalie Angiuli, “Lullaby” slows things down a bit and shows us Felix’s more melodic side. In his own words “I wanted to create something less aggressive, something more memorable and song-oriented…” Well, I definitely think he hit the mark with this one! Best part…you can download it below!
If you haven’t noticed, our homie Clockwork has been climbing the ladder pretty quickly in the past 6 months, with multiple releases on Dim Mak, a remix on Interscope, as well as a supporting tour for Felix Cartal and an upcoming tour with Dillon Francis. He’s also just signed a two-track EP titled Titan with Diplo‘s Mad Decent imprint due out on August 7th, and this morning Henry sent us over “BBBS,” the B-side of the release that is an absolute bassline monster. Stream after the jump and make sure to catch Clockwork on Dillon’s Wet And Reckless Tour this fall. √+ Continue Reading
Next Tuesday, May 29th will see the release of Felix Cartal‘s ‘Black To White’ remix EP on Dim Mak Records, featuring new renditions from Angger Dimas, Clockwork, and The Loops of Fury. Today, Felix has been kind enough to give us an exclusive listen to the remix from Indonesian Big Room maestro, Angger Dimas, in which Dimas stays true to form and provides a heavy Progressive Electro take on the vocally-driven original. A calming build for the first couple of minutes leads to a thumping breakdown fit for any main room or festival stage. Listen here first and make sure to pick up the full EP with all remixes next Tuesday on Beatport. Continue Reading
Making one of his notorious stops to the decks of the Avalon, the hard hitting suavé Felix Cartal brings his Different Faces album tour to CONTROL this Friday. This time, he’s joined by big room electro phenom Clockwork and bass jackin’ veteran Bird Peterson. Supporting sets will be provided by DigitaLife and Billy Noorlag. With the momentum this tour has right now, and being April the 20th (we’ll just say), I wouldn’t wanna miss out on how hard, heavy, and hazy this one is gonna get. 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 by 5PM on Friday.
$15 before 10pm | $20 before 11pm
Set times and tunes after the jump! Continue Reading
In praise of the madness about to ensue in the desert for the next 2 weekends, I have created a celebration to the structure that will serve as a haven to much of the music that has built GDD™ to what it is today. I present to you the BONES SAHARA 2012 MIX, built on some of the biggest tracks in dance music as of current, along with a few surprises from the future. Coachella Music Festival gathers the spirit of music as a whole, but I know what you dirty dancers need to get that festival blood pumping as you voyage out to the desert lands of Indio… IN SAHARA WE TRUST.
• BONES – SAHARA 2012 MIX (alternate download)
Zedd – Shotgun (Sahara Intro Edit)
Nari & Milani vs. Zombie Nation – Atom 400 (MAKJ Edit)
Tommy Trash – Monkey See Monkey Do (Nom De Strip Remix)
Felix Cartal – Black To White (Clockwork Remix)
Nicole Scherzinger – Right There (John Dahlback Remix)
Nicky Romero – Toulouse (Tommy Trash Remix)
Swanky Tunes – I Wanna Be Your Dog (Original Mix)
Cedric Gervais – Molly (Original Mix)
Hardwell vs. Gorillaz – Feel Good Spaceman (Clockwork Edit)
Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Damaged Goods Remix)
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Martin Solveig – The Night Out (A-Trak vs. Madeon Remix)
GDD™ fav, Felix Cartal, will be releasing his sophomore album, Different Faces, on Dim Mak Records next Tuesday, March 27th, and today we are able to exclusively premiere the heaviest, rawest song from the LP, ‘Triple Deke.’ This track brings me back to the first thuds that I heard from FC back in 2007/2008 — the winding breakdowns and dancefloor smashing hooks are signature Felix Cartal. Here’s what he had to say about it:
“Possibly the heaviest track on the record, also the most effective on the dance floor. One of the few songs on the record that touches on my roots of making very aggressive, almost punk rock energy in dance music. I named it Triple Deke to allude to my past, a hockey reference, a big part of my life when I was younger, the same way this heavy music was important to me when I was younger as well.” Continue Reading
It’s March and there is a great deal to be excited about; Miami, trade deadlines, March Madness and Pierce Fulton’s March 2012 mix! Pierce’s newest mix is a high-octane thrill ride that just oozes energy. With every transitions, Pierce is able to melodically build you up and then drop you into a huge dirty groove.
Grab the mix after the jump!
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!