Since it is technically a Thursday, what better song to do a throwback with than one of the biggest songs of the Bloghaus era: “Rave Is King” by Fukkk Offf. Back in 2008, “Rave Is King” was dirtying up dance floors everywhere…whether it was a house party or an illegal warehouse, if you got a chance to chant the chorus to “Rave Is King” then your night was considered a success. Fast forward to 2014 where excitement levels are electric as this Bloghaus classic gets revisited. Fukkk Offf themselves offer up a sinister new re-edition of the track while Moonbootica, Modek, aUtOdiDakT & PWNDTIAC each offer up 2014 versions of their own. This motley group of gritty, sleazy, tripped out remixes has something for everyone. IT’S ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND OVERDRIVE ALL OVER AGAIN.
RAVE IS KING.
“Rave Is King” Re-edition/Remixes are out now [BUY].
I’ll be the first to admit I’m usually hesitant about an artists first release. I cling to the familiar, like all humans with a subconscious mind do. However, newcomer to the scene and LA local Mad Owl froze over (terrible pun) any hesitance I may have with his new track Glacier, out now on Le Castle Vania’s label, Always Never.
It’s that time of the week for The Dirt, and for this 63rd issue, I want to introduce to you our newest member to the GDD™ team, Korb. We’re providing variety and of course quality, to help bring you into the weekend. Check out the streams and commentary after the jump, then go to the GDD™ Facebook page to download the .zip with all of the tracks!
No Brainer Records boss, Malente, teamed up with Zero Cash of Television Rocks for a 2-track EP released the other week titled, I’ll Be There. At first glance, you might think that the title track would have a sentimental, Avicii-type sound, but there’s just no way Malente would go for that. On the contrary, the EP is a fantastic convergence of Electro and Techno, and our buddies known as Light Year add a fantastic Acid flair to it that hits the spot. Head on over to Beatport and pick up the EP which also includes remixes from Modek and Kill Frenzy.