After hearing Andrea‘s consistently stunning tracks, and watching his all too brief Life is a Banana live set, I was inclined to feature him on a GDD™ Guest Mix. As a producer/DJ from France, he doesn’t quite fit the general style that typically comes to be associated with the European country. Andrea has a keen sense of the bass-driven underground as he tends to gravitate towards a soulful, downtempo sound with lush atmospheres and a hint of hip-hop influence. His excellent 30 minute mix exhibits his distinctive taste and strong vibes that will keep you coming back for more.
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• City of Miami allows two weekends of Ultra
• Boiler Room x House of Vans Party
• Dubfire and Adam Beyer to make NYC club debuts at Marquee
• AndDrop! EP Is The #1 Release on Beatport
• Crystal Castles announce global tour
• Lapalux gets Nostalchic
• Swedish House Mafia announces One Last Tour dates + More
• Listen to the New Flying Lotus Album
• James Blake Announces UK Gigs and New Releases
• Chugg Entertainment bringing U.S. dance festival, Lights All Night, to Australia
Track of the day: Lapalux – Forgetting and Learning Again (ft. Kerry Leatham)
• Tomorrowland delivers 2012 official after movie and announces festival dates for 2013
• John Digweed compiles Bedrock 14 – The UK house institution showcases its roster old and new with 21 exclusive cuts.
• Catz ‘N Dogz mix Body Language
• Lapalux Announces New EP for Brainfeeder, Shares Free Tune
• Track of the day: [Experimental Hip-Hop] FPRF – Crystallization Point (Ta-ku Remix)
In an interview just posted today on the Dazed & Confused website, UK producer Slugabed was described as a “future-past beat maker.” At first, I wasn’t exactly sure what that entailed, but after listening to some of his back catalogue, it clicked. The Fruity Loops user incorporates a barrage of influences — citing Science Fiction novelist Phillip K. Dick to The Beach Boys as having an impact on his music-making process. Today, Slugabed has been kind enough to give away a most beautiful remix from Lapalux for his most recent single, ‘Mountains Come Out of the Sky,’ which saw its release on Ninja Tune earlier this month. Grab the remix below and head over to Beatport to snag the original. √+ Continue Reading
Our buddy Orlando, also known as Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, was recently in Los Angeles a couple weeks ago shooting the music video for his new single, Trouble, slated for release on Polydor Records on June 20th. The video, directed and produced by General Assembly, features Orlando in the midst of a strange and maverick party with some interesting characters all around. Take a look and make sure to keep your eyes out on June 20th for the release including remixes from Jamie Jones, Chad Valley, and Lapalux.