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Monday will see the release of a two-pack of Hotflush goodies that have been staples in the label boss’ set for the past few months. One of these top tunes is Scuba‘s remix of Detroit-based Jimmy Edgar‘s ‘Sex Drive,’ and it is phenomenal. Starting out seemingly harmless, ‘Sex Drive’ builds for the first minute before you’re taken deep down into bouncy darkness. No lasers or flashes required for this one, just keep the lights down and the subs up. Pick it up along with SCB’s remix of Scuba’s ‘Hardbody’ on the 22nd. √+

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Good morning! Today’s stories include the cancelled Creamfields, The Do LaB’s Rise & Shine Gathering, a clip from Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Bootique, and Hotflush releasing a NeferTT EP. Please read on after the jump.

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Detroit-born producer & fashion photographer, Jimmy Edgar, has been making beats for over a decade now.  Snatching all kinds of influences from his city’s eclectic music scene, without a doubt one powerful element stands out from the rest… SEX.  This is a man who titled a track I Want To Be Your STD, and an album XXX.  Creating mystery and dramatic/sexual tension are the main goals in his sound.  He even became celibate (not even engaging with his own person) for a period of time to create sexual energy around him turning him into some kind of vampire. Continue Reading

I know it was released in January but I have been loving this mix and decided to share it with all the GDD readers who may not have grabbed it yet.  With Brodinski on the decks you are guaranteed a good time and that’s why his Fabriclive installment has been such a biggie.  Containing a plethora of musical genres, the 75 minute mix features artist that have influenced Brodinski over the past two years.  Brodinski commented on the mix, stating, “I tried to include every track that has change my life over the last two years going from slow motion Techno to R’n’B, from backroom music to Acid House. ”

Check out the mix after the jump!

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