It seems as the time has finally come; Jesse Rose‘s massive undertaking of his 12×12 series finally ends with The Whole Twelve Remixes, a selection of (you guessed it) twelve brand new remixes from a grand selection of talented musicians in the game like Guti, Sebo K, Matthias Tanzmann, Ardalan, Doorly, and more. Each track from his album The Whole Twelve Inches got a nice little revisit from legends and newcomers alike, thickening the remix roster for Jesse’s label Play It Down by a hefty amount.
You can listen to all the remixes in the handy Soundcloud package below, preorder the album on iTunes by clicking HERE, or straight up go buy it right now on Beatport HERE.
As an added bonus, two new remixes are available for free downloads via their premiers on THUMP and XLR8R. Symbols’ angel Jaw Jam puts a softer edge on the bass-heavy ‘Underbelly’ and Blaine Lake takes Love The Feeling High to booming techno levels. Big.
Download Jaw Jam’s remix here: via XLR8R
Download Blaine Lake’s remix here: via THUMP
As we say goodbye to Summer and roll right into Fall, our very own BONES and TOKS present to you the 131st edition of The Dirt, equipped with (10) heaters to warm up the weekend. BONES offers up some new versions of popular tracks while TOKS gives up some fall-fitting vibes. Don’t miss out on these puppies, they might just be exactly what you need to kickstart into the brisk nights to come…
BONES’ .zip (5 tracks)
Toks’ .zip (5 tracks, 52 MB)
Listen + Download all (10) tracks after the jump!
I spent a long eight years living in New Jersey, and to be honest I expected very little to come out of the Garden State as far as talented and forward-thinking dance artists were concerned. Only just this year, I’m starting to think I was wrong. Enter Jaw Jam, a NJ residing young producer. With intelligent synths and basslines, Jaw Jam has carved a clever little sound that fits well with the San Francisco label Symbols.
The No Sleep EP features three tracks that while skittering across different sounds and influences still maintain a coherence and uniqueness. The title track sounds oddly as if a 1920’s pre-“talkie” tune was revamped for the new millenium, ‘Can’t Recall’ carries an infectiously simple house vibe right into my favorite track of the EP, ‘Long Night’. The synths and calculated bassline on ‘Long Night’ will stick to your ribs and keep you bouncing, which is exactly what you want with a simple beat-based record.
The EP comes out on Symbols Recordings next Tuesday, July 2nd, but you can stream it below. You can find a free DL of ‘Long Night’ if you roam the interwebs a bit 😉