Our very own Troy Kurtz brings you a truly unique mix of solid house grooves in his signature sexy suave, to commemorate his momentous relocation from Miami to LA. May this be a sign of more great things to come. Welcome to your new home, bud.
Crawling into the land of the living on Hallows eve, the creature is back. It took several necessary body parts to create this monster, and so the wait is finally over. I’m excited for this one because it really embodies some of the harder sets I’ve been playing lately, while also premiering some brand spankin new music from the likes of Boys Noize, Dillon Francis, Gesaffelstein, Botnek, Galantis (project trifecta of Savage Skulls, Miike Snow, Style Of Eye) and many more. The season is upon us, so listen to this and cause some mischief and mayhem, wake the dead, dance with the devil, get high, get mid, get low – pick your poison dirty dancers, and Happy Halloween.
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We have finally reached the most sought-after day of the week, and what better than receiving a handful of great new mixes fit for the soundtrack of your weekend. October mixes are plentiful as Mighty Mouse, TheFatRat, Aeroplane, and Drop Out Orchestra all deliver their own unique brand of dance music. Also, Crookers address their breakup with an appropriate “Don’t be sad” mix.
Slap & Tickle resident DJ Santiago Caballero delivers an extremely tasty first installment of his Sanduguera mix series. Clearly inspired by the late nights that we’ve spent manning the decks together at Miami’s infamous Electric Pickle, his mix delivers a dollop of deep basslines and wondrous house tunes. For those of you in Miami this Halloween, you can catch Santi warming up for The Magician on October 31st at Bardot. Click here for more info.
There is no day that is more appropriate for slow-jams than Sunday. To my surprise, Late Nite Tuff Guy, just put out a most excellent remix of Lionel Richie’s “Easy,” and whether you’re just getting up or you’re out running errands, the smooth, sexy sounds from LNTG can be enjoyed at any time. In supplementing this awesome track, I’ve included a download of his One Nite In A Disco mix that is a must-have for any disco enthusiast. It seems as though this is just the beginning for LNTG, and I can’t wait for what’s to come from the mysterious Aussie.
Earlier this week, Dirtybird Records aficionado, Justin Martin, was featured on Fabric London’s astute mix series. The seamless mix is everything you would expect from Martin, deep, emotional beats, and intricate yet flawless transitions. With a track list featuring John Talabot, Disclosure, Doctor Dru, Pachanga Boys, and Maceo Plex, Martin’s mix takes me back to the infamous Woogie Stage at LIB, where I had the pleasure to see him and Jessica Phillippe, (the artist formally known as J-Phlip), play mesmerizing back-to-back sets. This is not a mix to sleep on. ✓+
Tracklist + Mix after the jump!
Another day and another Aussie coming through with great listening material here on GDD™. Yesterday it was Sleep D, but today, it’s the master based out of Sydney, Light Year. It is quite apparent that his show at Melbourne’s Survivor was one to remember, and I’m very happy someone was forward-thinking enough to make the decision of recording the set before it all went down. Have a listen to mix that’s filled to the brim with tasteful deep house and techno, and check out Survivor’s quick chat with Light Year before the show after the jump.
What’s up GDD readers? This last weekend I (Tre) put together a mix for all of you that features a plethora of different artists and styles. Get ready to get dark and groovy with this one folks, hope ya dig!
*Also, be on the lookout for Charles I and my upcoming EP.
TRACK LIST and TRACK DOWNLOADS after the jump!
Santa Cruz’s swiftly rising star, Minnesota, just dropped a killer mix comprised solely of all original/remixed material. Many of the tracks included are forthcoming releases, so think of this as a strong preview of what’s next in his career. Also, check out his upcoming tour dates to catch him playing in a city near you. Enjoy the mix and see the tracklist after the jump.