Last week while we were in the depths of Miami’s strong grip, Main Course‘s Bot sent over a short mix containing a gang of new material — 9 tracks to be exact — so we’d like to share them with y’all as well. From solo originals to collabs to remixes to collab remixes, Bot’s got in all in here for us. Also, keep an ear out for “MSMFN” which Bot just put out for free (as always) on Main Course today. If you love Bot’s weird side like we do, you’ll be sure to love all this new stuff. √+
Bot – Scream 85
Bot – Monky Man
A Lost People – Big Booty Bitches (Bot’s Rework)
Disciples – Catwalk (Bot & Astronomar Remix)
Bot & Astronomar – Fribay
Astronomar & Bot – Drama
Bot & Wafa – MSMFN
Codes – We Get Crazy (Bot & Astronomar Remix)
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After a string of releases with Main Course and OWSLA, Wuki has firmly established himself in the ranks of producers blurring the genre lines while being firmly rooted in bass. We’re proud to give away his bootleg of Dog Blood’s Chella Ride, which is an absolute monster of a track. Broken drums, riotous vocal chops and hyped chords make this a peak-time weapon.
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In this totally
non-Valentines Valentines Day edition of The Dirt, the ever illustrious Bones and myself have prepped 10 tracks ready to carry you into this Hallmark weekend. Whether you’re making whoopee with your lover or drinking wine by yourself (same), we hope you’ll enjoy this playlist, free of charge.
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Following up some ace releases on both Main Course and OWSLA in recent months, Denver-based Wuki has announced an all-new download series titled WUKILEAKS, where he’ll be giving away one bootleg a week for the next 9 weeks. He’s kicked off the project today with a breaky, techy rendition of one of my all time favorite high school freak dancing songs — Mystikal’s “Shake Ya Ass.” Give the dude a like on Facebook to get it for free and keep your eyes on GDD for all weekly episodes of WUKILEAKS.
To really turn up the season of giving, our friends over at Main Course have bundled up a gargantuan gift package with originals, remixes and VIP edits from the likes of Astronomar, Bot, Clockwork, AC Slater, His Majesty Andre, Wuki, Wax Motif, Neoteric and more… read below what they had to say about the giveawat and everything thats included!
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If you were looking for a little pick-me-up on this Monday, then our buds at Main Course have just the treat for you. This free snack is compliments of LA’s rising talent Wood Holly, who delivers a thumping 808 bass demon in the form of Bowser. With early support from the likes of Worthy, Kill Frenzy, and the head honchos at Main Course, we figured you’d also like to enjoy this tasty bite.
The newest release from the Main Course camp comes from Washington, D.C. based producer Nacey on this bouncy, two-side EP. Uptown Skank is a driving dance track punctuated by piercing stabs and hypnotic synths before finally giving way to a demonic bassline. Dirty Sweet is the flipside of the release, and maintains a smoky, backroom vibe as it chugs along before letting a funky sax riff take over. Like all Main Course releases, the music is free to download, but if you’re so inclined, you can support the artists by picking up the release on either Beatport or iTunes.
Like a phoenix rising from its ashes, the third installment of my Haute & Bothered mixtape series has arrived after a year’s hiatus. The aesthetic draws heavily from certain tracks that disavow basic genre umbrellas, and after crawling out of the deep house black hole that I found myself in the last year, it seemed right to enter the autumnal equinox with a grip of new tracks that subscribe to this mantra from the likes of Curses, Canblaster, SCNTST, as well as an original track from myself mixed into the fray.
Back once again with the 129th installment of The Dirt with Troy Kurtz & Three Wise. We’re covering all the bases this week with some tasty new snacks courtesy of our friends over at Main Course, an energized remix of Beyonce, as well as Kastle‘s impressive rework of Drake which is nothing short of class.
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Our friend Will Eastman just released his Caroline/Rabid EP via GDD™ fav imprint, Main Course, and I can seriously say that I wish “Caroline” had been out when I had my Joshua Tree visionquest earlier this summer. It’s tastefully trippy, using ritualistic percussion and acoustic guitar to round out a great leftfield tune. And the video is the cherry on the trippy top. Watch the video and pick up the EP on Beatport!
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