Adding to the festivities to come this weekend, the newly LA transplant known as Will Bailey has lended his mixing capabilities to us dirty dancers and creative a one-of-a-kind GDD exclusive mix to amplify your week and the madness to come. The hour long live recording features an onslaught of the dirtiest new tunage out there, including some of his own forthcoming releases as well as hot new gems from the likes of Knife Party, Torro Torro, Calvertron & Downlink, Nom De Strip, Jay Fay, and way too many more. Grab it below and scour the track listing for the heavy hitters you need…. Enjoy!
DIPLO ft. LAZERDISK – SET IT OFF
DIPLO ft. FLINCH AND KAY – NO PROBLEM
BRO SAFARI – UNCRUSHABLE (JAY FAY REMIX)
XXXCHANGE – BOUNCE (JAY FAY REMIX)
KNIFE PARTY ft. MISTA JAM – SLEAZE
POISOUND – BABIES LIKE DRUGS
SKRILLEX AND DAMIEN MARLEY – MAKE IT BUN DEM (POISOUND REMIX)
ALVIN RISK – PSYCHOTIC
2EDIT – TROPICALIA (TORRO TORRO REMIX)
AC SLATER – SIDEWINDER
BONSAI KAT – EGO TRIPPING (NOM DE STRIP REMIX)
WAX MOTIF AND NEOTERIC – GO DEEP (TORRO TORRO REMIX)
KNIFE PARTY – RAGE VALLEY
ETC!ETC! AND WILLY JOY – FIYA
MALENTE & BREAKFASTKLUB – HYMN (FUNKIN MATT REMIX)
DOWNLINK & CALVERTRON – GET READY
TONY ANTHEM & AXL ENDER – NIGHTFALL
PORTER ROBINSON – THE STATE (SKISM REMIX)
WILL BAILEY – EAT MY LAZER
BRILLZ & WHISKEY PETE – ACID TRIPPIN
DISMANTLE – COMPUTATION
WILL BAILEY – THIS IS MY STEEZ
SINDEN – PULL UP [DILLON FRANCIS REMIX]
DATSIK – STAND STILL
After a massive response from their hard-hitting bootleg of Funky Vodka, the rising duo NO BODY have answered back quickly with 2 remix versions for Wolfgang Gartner‘s newest single ‘Redline.’ The deluxe version features a certain anthemic vocal for those big room lovers, while the instrumental mix focuses on piping electro lead (similar to Nicky Romero’s ‘Toulouse’) that does justice to the cheesy chords of the original. Once again, NO BODY takes things to a higher and heavier level. Grab them both below, and decide which is your fav!
Dirty Dancers! With the recent release of Dim Mak‘s New Noise Vol. 2, we have been proud to promote many of our friends on the compilation, and encourage you to support the young talent that are making serious waves. BUT – today we are giving you guys an exclusive giveaway from one of the biggest artists on the album. The German heavyweight Tocadisco offers up his take on New Noise Vol. 2 with “Jump,” a bouncey club techno tune that screams for big room delivery. Grab the tune below, and make sure to check out the rest of the Dim Mak compilation, available now on beatport and itunes.
We have the pleasure of premiering a remix and video from the Los Angeles trio, Religion. They were brought on to put their innovative, raw energy to the Gosteffects tune “House Of God.” The pumping track provides for a type of anarchist vibe, similar to The Bloody Beetroots, and with the political video, it is a perfect match. In addition to this, I recommend checking out some of Religion‘s other tracks on their Soundcloud for great listening material. Enjoy.
Still riding the recent chart-topping success of ‘One Love’, TJR delivers again with another massive re-creation of the hip-hop anthem ‘California Love.’ The track was officially released today on Pop Rox Muzik, an LA/NY label known for their big room electro house cross-over sound. California Love was recently debuted on BBC Radio 1 by Dirty Dutch kingpin Chuckie, and has already gained massive support from Fatboy Slim, Chris Lake, Mightyfools, and Loose Cannons. Think you’re excited about it already? In celebration of the release, we have teamed up with Pop Rox and TJR to give you 2 versions of the track exclusively on GDD – for FREE.
On Saturday, Smirnoff’s hotly anticipated Sensation event rolled into London for an unparalleled night of mischief in white. The setup – which drew together 22 fountains, 13 laser systems, 100 different pyrotechnic effects and 16 6-meter wide jellyfish – was like nothing we’ve ever seen. Following on from last week’s chat with the man behind it all, creative director Duncan Stutterheim, one thing he said resonated with me: “the show is close to perfection”. I’ll be the first to admit that the statement sounded a little arrogant initially, but after experiencing Saturday, I find myself in agreement.
The show was beautifully executed, and no expense was spared as the London crowd piled into the O2 Arena to be treated to a spectacle that incorporated performance art, installations, new technologies, and music from some of the world’s finest DJs. The DJs performed from a rotating booth in the centre of the dance floor, while legions of clubbers hailed them like gods dressed head to toe in white. This was a clubbing experience like no other.
The most enjoyable set on the night came from Joris Voorn and Nic Fanciulli, who really set the standard with some awesome techno and house, before Fedde Le Grand and Martin Solveig took the party to the next level with some huge big-room anthems. All DJs were really well received, but the night was less about the music than it was about the experience and overall staging of the event which was a total sensory overload. We had a great time, and would like to thank the Smirnoff team for their awesome hospitality.
On a night out, it’s always nice to hear praise for the work we do here at Gotta Dance Dirty, and when that praise comes from a world renowned DJ it’s even more flattering and lets us know that we must be doing something right. Getting kudos for our blog from Martin Solveig was a surreal highlight on Saturday night when we caught up with him before his headline set. You can read our exclusive interview with him after the jump… Continue Reading
If you have been festival bound this summer then chances are you’ve seen our boys Dada Life destroying stages with the high energy DJ sets they’re known for. They have been on a massive US tour for the past few months and haven’t stopped for anything (example: they literally played 4 different gigs in 3 cities in 24 hours). One of the best things about seeing the Dada live is the surprises they always have in their infamous bootlegs, the GUERILLA FART series. Now, if you’ve done your homework and have paid attention to the new tunes they’ve been dropping in their sets, you would notice some new versions they’ve beefed up and squeezed out (Sausage Fattener, anyone?) with that infamous Dada noise. Today, they’ve given us the exclusive release of their newest ‘Guerilla Fart #12,’ a festival bootleg of Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki’s ‘Turbulence’ smashed with the silly classic Rednex anthem ‘Cotton-Eyed Joe.’ This has been a huge party break track in their sets and went off huge at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. Enjoy it now for your own sets or just for that party playlist!
*Download others in the GUERILLA FART series HERE!
VOTE FOR DADA! Don’t forget to Vote for DADA Life in this years DJ MAG TOP 100 – you know you love them more than anything. But don’t just take our word for it, listen to what the boys has to say themselves (hilarious).
We caught up with the man behind Sensation: Duncan Stutterheim for a rare interview, during which he puts to bed the question many of our Stateside readers are itching to hear an answer to: Will Sensation ever come to the US?
Get the inside scoop after the jump… Continue Reading
Easy Dirty Dancers, this week we’ve got an exclusive new tune from recent GDD intervieweeD.O.D. The track’s a bootleg of Duck Sauce‘s new single ‘Big Bad Wolf’, which sees Dan O’Donnell taking the original apart, to bring in ravey Dominator synthlines and a moombahton backbeat. The tune’s a banger for sure, and with a drop-tempo 45 seconds in it’s perhaps the most DJ friendly moombahton track you’ll find…
Happy 4th July Dirty Dancers! A month has passed since we last heard from Louis La Roche, so it’s time to deliver the third and final installment of his awesome Scenery Mixtape project. We’ve had a lot of fun listening to the last two parts, and in my humble opinion the third is best of all; starting out with fresh filter-laden funk, then giving the nod to motown and hip-hop influences, before ending on a piece of the downbeat melodic trip-hop that we’ve heard in earlier sections of the mixtape: