In 4 short days, Digitalism will be kicking off their anticipated brand new live tour across the US with the first show on Tuesday night at the Independent in San Francisco. Coinciding with this new tour is a new mix from Jence and Isi, featuring some good ol’ Techno from guys like Zombie Nation, Sharooz, and Harvard Bass, as well as their new remix of Bloc Party’s “Truth” forthcoming on Toolroom. Listen below and head over here for full US tour schedule.
If you still haven’t had a chance to see the Night Owls tour…then you’re missing out, son! Check out this video for a little taste of the action and take a listen to the exclusive mix from Flinch, AC Slater and Harvard Bass to get you hyped up for the last half of the tour! Dates and mix below:
GDD™ homie Harvard Bass has started up a new radio show on iHEARTRADIO’s Electric Sound Stage channel, procuring mixes himself while also calling upon friends for guest appearances. For the second edition of HB Radio, Victor hit up fellow Angeleno, Jerome LOL, of Body High Records who put together an hour of raw House music, featuring two new originals from Jerome and a whole lot of education. Keep your eyes on HB’s Soundcloud for more installments of the new show. √+
Our buddies Flinch, AC Slater and Harvard Bass have just announced that they will be joining forces to bring their heavy bass and funky beats on tour, and to celebrate they’ve put together an exclusive hour long mixtape to give you a taste of the insanity that is to come! A perfect mix of dubstep, trap, techno, bass and grime, make sure to take a listen and download it below.
Last Thursday we spoke with our friends and LA transplants Prince Club and Harvard Bass about a little bit of everything. Harvard Bass (Victor) has recently just started his own record label, Bump City Records, and thankfully I was in the know about the PC x HB collab coming out on the new label, so I grabbed the lads for a chat and unsurprisingly it was full of laughs. Max of Prince Club was in the middle of getting tattooed, and the other half of the Canadian duo Zach came and chimed in midway through the talk.
Get in on the talk below, and be sure to chat with us over on Twitter with more artists and record labels every Thursday using the #AskGDD hashtag!
Belgian duo, Mumbai Science, will be releasing their next single, ‘Unite,’ on Lektroluv Records next month along with remixes from Harvard Bass and Shinichi Osawa, but the guys felt the need to share some music with us to tide us over in July. They’ve revisited the early 00′s club classic, ‘Bucci Bag’ — putting the signature Mumbai Science Techno vibe on it. Bang this one out loud. Continue Reading
Coming off the massive release ‘Pari’ with Bart B More, the newly LA-settled Harvard Bass wastes no time in dropping a huge new EP teaser on us to start the weekend. The PLEX EP is forthcoming on Teenage Riot Records (headed by JFK of MSTRKRFT), and features the new original along with three incredibly eclectic versions provided by Ego Troopers, St. Mandrew and John Roman. Ringing true to his sound, the EP title track ‘Plex’ is a whirlwind of techno, driven by HB’s signature buzzing leads and stabbing kicks. The remixes, however, make it ‘something for everyone’ – from Ego Troopers’ dutch house, the chainsaw electro of St. Mandrew and the deeper bass and staggering tribal sounds of John Roman. Check it out below, and grab it on July 31st.
This one is for all the GDD love!
After over a year of being one of Harvard Bass & Bart B More‘s secret weapons, Boys Noize Records own D.I.M. has given us the personal green light to release his private remix of ‘Listen To This’ in all its 320 glory. Resurrect the big tune in your sets with this sinister version. NOIZE.
As if the collaborations between artists couldn’t get any better, Fools Gold chief A-Trak and our favorite moombah-boy wonder Dillon Francis break the limits. The two busy producers have teamed up to bring you ‘Money Makin’,’ an upbeat disco vibed mix that is sure to be heard across festivals and pool parties all summer long. Remember how Bart B More and Harvard Bass brought you ‘The Funky One‘? Yup, we’re goin’ that groove again.