Daedelus’ has always been a prominent figure in regards to representing the “weird” end of dance music, aided by his Magical Properties curations on the touring and label front. The latest release on Magical Properties, the Best Night Ever LP from DJ Clap, is an erratic and fast-paced exploration of different musical styles and influences. Along with the release, DJ Clap has also released a music video for the LP’s single “Unbelieveable”. Like the song itself, the video is an insane and frenetic footwork piece. Not for the faint of heart, not for those comfortable with an unforgiving staccato track.
The video is premiering right here on GDD, but for the whole Best Night Ever album, you can go and grab that here and stream it below.
The not-so-secret collaborative effort between Skrillex and Boys Noize, Dog Blood, was announced only a few months ago to large applaud. Always cool when two real ground-breakers of an industry come together to create something new, especially when they call it something as cool as DOG BLOOD.
Their new music video for the single “New Order” is just as twisted and chaotic as the track itself, featuring a dude tripping so hard he becomes a literal and figurative space cadet (following with the theme of the EP artwork…).
In liu of his upcoming release on his own label Party Like Us, AC Slater dropped the trailer to “Party Animals” today, successfully encompassing the party animal raucousness that he and the Slater gang have capitalized upon. The trailer bounces around a few of AC’s local DTLA jaunts, with jarred glimpses of his party crew, quite a few cameos from friends and neighbors if you can catch them.
AC Slater’s 4 track EP comes out next week on November 6th, featuring Nick Thayer, the lovely duo Nina Sky, and frequent collaborator Dell Harris respectively on three of the tracks. Be sure to grab it next week!
Emerging from what seemed like a production hibernation, the UK electronic wizard Jacques Lu Cont is back on the circuit with a new 3-track EP he gave away to his fans along with a recent debut Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. The newest track ‘Underground’ is accompanied by a new music video, depicting the high energy of the tune in what makes you literally feel like you’re strapped to the front of a train. So take a ride with Jacques Lu Cont, and grab the track below!
As if the collaborations between artists couldn’t get any better, Fools Gold chief A-Trak and our favorite moombah-boy wonder Dillon Francis break the limits. The two busy producers have teamed up to bring you ‘Money Makin’,’ an upbeat disco vibed mix that is sure to be heard across festivals and pool parties all summer long. Remember how Bart B More and Harvard Bass brought you ‘The Funky One‘? Yup, we’re goin’ that groove again.
Earlier this week, UK producers, Futurecop!, released their much anticipated music video for “The Only Way.” Starring members of the Parks and Recreations cast, as well as Jon Lajoie from the hit series “The League,” the video tells the comedic story of a boy who falls in love with a mannequin. A love story behind a backdrop of unicorns, miniature golf, and 1980′s visuals is the perfect compliment for the synth-heavy and dream-inducing melodies of Futurecop!.
Find out about “We Are The Future” compilation + a mix after the jump!
Coming off their successful and rowdy Sex Cult Tour, Designer Drugs have just debuted the video for their latest single ‘For All We Know’ – a beautifully layered execution of saturated color and dark imagery, giving off a more haunting yet ambient side of the NY electro duo. In part to the premiere, Sex Cult Tour supporting acts PLS DNT STP and Monolith have also comprised two massive versions for the Remixes EP. Check out those below, and grab them today on Beatport.
The San Diego based Dim Mak duo Ese’ & Zain recently leaked the music video for their single ‘Modest House’, capturing a home-movie like depiction of a prom night turned blood fest. For those who love Rob Zombie film direction and of course stabbing electro, you don’t wanna miss this flick. As a bonus, grab the exclusive download their latest remix of ‘Suicide Box’ for the Phoenix punk band Therapist– a whirlwind in its own. All good things people.
The good people over at Scion AV are releasing a series of music videos this week, and we have the exclusive debut of our homies Craze & Codes new tune “Deeper.” Don’t make any assumptions, this track brings out a deep, groovy vibe contrary to popular Slow Roast… the official statement:
A widescreen slab of delicious nü disco from Slow Roast Records homies Codes and Craze gets an equally epic treatment in this new video. On a labyrinthine mission to recover top secret devices, a sultry chick gets in a serious predicament. Look out!
Check out Codes recent Spring Selections Mix, featuring ‘Deeper’ and many other gems in this full course compilation.
After seeing Amtrac play some feel-good disco sets in Miami, I was definitely not expecting the music video that he co-directed for his track ‘I’m All Yours‘ to be so awesomely apocalyptic and dark. Showing the depth of his talent, he specifically scored the sound to fit the creepy mood of the video, which I thought was pretty incredible. I’ve been told by his manager that he has a lot of new material coming out this year that I can’t wait to hear.