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SIVIK‘s bass-forward vocal piece “U Got” has been getting some pretty nice remix support.  First edited by XXYYXX, the track has now been transformed by the ever-groovy JackLNDN.  The R&B influened tune gets a little tempo boost accompanied by a rolling bassline.  Ghostly vocal sampling carries the house tune lightly over said bass stabs.  A really nice remix effort without seeming forced, this track already has accrued well over 100K streams in under a week.  Check out the track now, and throw it a heart on Hypem while you’re at it.

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The UK’s 20-year-old disco ambassador, JackLNDN, has given us the exclusive premiere of his funky fresh “Summer Never Ends” mix. Weaving through numerous feel-good jams and Saturday Night Fever-inspired cuts, he takes us into an endless Summer of the future where perpetual good vibes and warm grooves come standard. Listen/download the mix below and look out for the next installment of JackLNDN‘s “Summer Never Ends” mix series.

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JackLNDN has proven to be quite the relentless producer as he’s been slaving away in the studio churning out huge dance tracks for our enjoyment. We keep the premieres going this week with a brand new edit of “Polarity” by the Swiss female producer, Dinka. By taking the original’s lead synth line, other progressive elements, and adding that familiar JackLNDN funk and unconventional style, he has certainly raised the track to new heights. Enjoy.

Last week’s exclusive of JackLNDN’s original “Electric Dreams” after the jump…
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After just being featured in our guest mix series last week, JackLNDN has given us a track from his private collection to give out to you lucky GDD™ readers. If you didn’t already hear his edit of Porter Robinson‘s “Language” in his guest mix, you can expect a chopped and screwed, funky fresh disco take on the progressive house hit. Jack always does an excellent job at putting tracks in his own context, and this edit is just more evidence proving that fact. This is the beginning of a JackLNDN‘s weekly track premiere schedule, so be on the look out for these exclusives on the next couple of Tuesdays to come. Show support with a ♥ on the Hype Machine!

If you missed it – download Jack’s Guest Mix after the jump…
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After last week’s blissed-out downtempo guest mix from Cyril Hahn, we’re bringing out the disco ball and the spotlight shines brightly on the youthful and modernistic producer/DJ known as JackLNDN. Previously on GDD™, Jack‘s remix of Zedd’s “Spectrum” was the only rendition of the tune that we supported, and here we are again giving him the slot to show you what he’s capable of. When it comes to mixtapes, he has delivered the full package as he executed perfect transitions, selected funky disco/electro tracks, and even included an unreleased tune of his own and other unreleased edits of tracks that were revitalized with his fresh style. Keep an eye out for some of his unreleased material that we’ll be premiering in the coming weeks. In the meantime, enjoy this stellar guest mix from the one and only JackLNDN.

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Playing classical music was of the utmost importance in the early years of JackLNDN, but after his first visit to Ibiza as a teen, the trajectory of his life was changed dramatically. Electronic dance music had taken a hold of him, and he quickly embraced the scene as a DJ, then inevitably as a producer. Not only has he already shared the stage with several of the biggest names in the industry such as Annie Mac, Pendulum, Skream, and Crookers, but he has also been developing his fresh, unique style that evades categorization by his incorporation of multiple genres into an individual track. With his musical background that well exceeds his age of 20 years old, his potential is seemingly endless, and I’m looking forward to watch him grow and establish himself further. Listen and vote for his excellent remix of Zedd‘s “Spectrum,” and grab the GDD exclusive free download of his massive electro-house tune, “Regnab.” ‘s on the Hype Machine are always appreciated as well.

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