I don’t think it’s very often that someone gets one of their tunes released while sitting in jail, let alone a jail in the depths of Mexico. But that’s exactly what happened with Victor Marsó, apparently. A new name to the Play It Down roster, Victor Marsó lent his remix capabilities to the latest in the 12×12 series from Jesse Rose, “Time Is But A Moment” in two versions: his initial remix, out now with the release, and his ‘Free Victor’ remix, which just dropped today on Play It Down’s Soundcloud. You can stream the new remix below and download it for free off of Play It Down’s Facebook.
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Jesse Rose is keeping himself very busy. In between constant touring, curating his Made For The Night parties, remixing a boatload of different artists from Banks to Calvin Harris to Rüfüs and more, he’s also promised to deliver a single or EP on the 12th of every month of 2013 as part of his “12×12″ series.
July’s 12×12 comes in what is undeniably his strongest vocal 12×12 of the year: ‘Time Is But A Moment’. Featuring vocals from NYC’s Arama, it’s a catchy little number that’s an ode to New York’s house heritage. I’m almost certain you’ll be hearing this from all your favorite house DJs playing wherever you are in the world… the 12x12s were created by Jesse who’s spent years mastering the art of how to keep people dancing… ‘Time Is But A Moment’ is proof that the effort continues to pay off.
You can stream the track below and purchase the release (which will include two remixes) this Friday, July 12.
Hot on the heels of one of the hottest dance tracks of the moment, “Desert Night”, RÜFÜS unleashes a heavy cargo of remixes featuring a who’s who of proper House producers. With five sure fire remixes by Jesse Rose, Motez, Victor Lassance, James Curd & Avon Stringer, you’ll have no problem shifting the mood to whatever is feelin’ right. The “Desert Night” remixes have got you covered.
The haunting hood anthem “Swimming Pools” by Kendrick Lamar spread across airwaves faster than you could rephrase.. drank.. the chorus… drank. BUT – our GDD friend and familiar Jesse Rose made a DJ-friendly edit for all you uptempo mp3 selectors out there, beefing up a fat kick behind the vocals that rolls along with KL’s groove. So listen below and download it for FREE from the link to his page. Drank.
This Thursday (2/28) marks the start of our new GDD monthly happening in San Francisco called Barbary Coast. After a succesfully preview party last fall, we kick into 2013 with UK house mogul Jesse Rose, bringing his internationally seasoned craft of club music to the intimate space of Harlot nightclub.
To get ready for this week’s show, we sat down for a quick interview with the man himself, catching up on his DJ travels, music production, being a label boss, and what we can expect @ the show…
INTERVIEW + FREE DOWNLOAD + EVENT SPECIAL DEAL (after the jump) Continue Reading
It’s been a journey. Since its inception in the summer of 2010, our longest lasting weekly feature, The Dirt, has brought a staggering amount of free music to the masses, and we’re proud to still be here 100 editions and 100 Dirt Babes in the books. It’s a tough feat to get these tracks together each week (probably why we have some gaps in the mix here and there, apologies), but it’s been an amazing experience sharing music with all of you, which, of course, is the main reason why we’re here.
We wanted to put together something special for the centennial episode, so 11 of our writers have included 2 songs each — one from one of the 99 past Dirts that we’ve posted and any other song that we felt was exceptional enough to make the cut of such an outstanding post. We hope you enjoy these as much as we enjoyed putting them together. Here’s to another 100. Continue Reading
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Ninety-nine. We’re one Dirt away from that magical century mark. But before we get there, The Dirt #99 is what’s happening NOW. It’s the latest killer tracks all in one place: a Jesse Rose remix of Duke Dumont’s “The Giver” (with female vocals!), The Chromatics covering New Order, a MASSIVE Italo/French House remix of Estelle’s classic “American Boy”, a new GLOVES remix, a new Monarchy track, that Disclosure remix of Artful Dodger (the exclamation point on a stellar year for the Disclosure boys) and more. Peep the tunes below + grab that hot (FREE) ten pack of tracks! And don’t forget your 99 Red Balloons on the way out…
The Dirt #99:
Few cool releases from a wide range of talented producers from all over the world out this week and what better way to be my eclectic bad self than slap them all into one post. Whether you’re an old-school fiend, an R&B aficionado, or on top of the new & trendy sounds of LA, there’s something below worth checking out. Either way, keep that booty shaking and those feet tapping. All EPs with streams and buy links (along with a bonus download) after the jump…
It’s been an incredible year for Oliver $. ‘Doin’ Ya Thang’ set records across the board, with the titles of ‘#1 Downloaded Song on Beatport,’ ‘#1 Most Charted Track of All Time,’ and ‘Mixmag’s Top 10 Track of 2011′ under its belt. 2012 also seems to be off to a great start for Oliver $ and his Play It Down labelmate, Jesse Rose, as they’ve set off on a 3-month global tour featuring extended back-to-back sets from the two. In celebration of the Sample Pleasures tour, the lads have been kind enough to give away two collaborative tracks as well as a wicked new mix. Grab everything below. Continue Reading
It was a delight this morning to open my inbox to find news about Zombie Disco Squad‘s debut album, Brains, due out on Jesse Rose‘s Made To Play imprint on the 28th of May. The first single from the full length features the soulful vocals of 80s legend, Omar, and stays true to the Housey sound that ZDS has always produced. As an added bonus to the album release, label boss Jesse Rose will be procuring an edit to each and every single off of the album. What a guy right? Get the preview for the single, ‘Righteous Sound,’ below, and buy it on Beatport when it’s released on Monday, March 19th. Continue Reading