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So finals have ended for me this week, leaving one last quarter of my college career…kind of scary but also pretty liberating. Anyways, my spring break has commenced and I have ventured out to Tennessee to visit my family before I lose another ten years off of my life at WMC in Miami next week. Not really quite sure what to do out here in Memphis so I’ve been drinking and downloading heavily (always a good combo). So here are 10 (yes 10!) tracks that I have found to be personally appealing and I hope you can skip daintily through airports to them like I did yesterday. Party on Garth.

Great choon…much better than the Zodiac Cartel remix I think.
I’ve been rocking my 3rd nut off to this. Reminds me of something Pendulum-esque.
Don’t be fooled by the slow opening. You know how naughty 16Bit is.
Great new electro from Nashville, TN. Cheers to Nashville Nights for these ones.
New track off of Mixmag‘s cover CD. He’s back. Finally.
2 good ones for all you Nu-Disco freaks out thurr.
Great minimal usage of the vocals in this one. Bravo.
Nice housey track out on the Culprit label. Like what those guys are doing.

Crookers, Yelle, and Junkie XL? c’mon maaaaan.

Hope you enjoy these, let me know which ones you like. See you in Miami!

Can you believe it’s been almost five years since the release of Mylo’s “Drop the Pressure”? I remember the first time I heard it dropped back in 2005 and frantically searching through every Daft Punk song available online. LOLZ. Anyway, here’s a crunchy update to this decade-defining classic, but is it too little, too late? I could have seen this remix murdering dancefloors a year ago, maybe two, but in 2009, I think “Drop the Pressure” gone fidget (yes, please), face-melting circus electro (maybe), or dubstep (not so much) would be more appropriate. Readers, feel free to share your thoughts in our comments and enjoy!

Drop The Pressure 2009 (Electro Bass Mix)

so i’ve never met anyone who didn’t like the amazing Myles MacInnes, or Mylo. Originally from the Isle of Skye, Mylo graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford, where he graduated with degrees in philosophy, physiology, and psychology. He then attended UCLA to receive his Ph. D but quit studying to go home and make music. Thank God he did. Here are some sweet remixes.