Tomorrow New York gets a special treat when GDD homie Burn Unit rolls into the Big Apple for a few days and we are gonna party for no reason! Turn up, come hang and if you just can’t wait for Saturday night, check my weekend party picks below!
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Holy Shit. Inner City is rolling into NYC tomorrow night to play a once in a lifetime live event for our buds at Rinsed! Seeing as they haven’t done this sort of thing in well over a decade, this is easily going to be the party of the weekend. So to get ready for what’s about to go down I’ve put together a few of my favorite Inner City tracks for your nostalgic listening pleasure after the jump. Buy tix HERE and get ready to have some big fun!
Today Trouble & Bass brings us some prime listens from the Gotham underground. Tony Quattro, the newest addition to the Bass clan, channels some serious UK bass and US house to perfectly capture New York in sound. Aptly named, this has literally been my going-out anthem for the past several weeks! And the b-side “Forth & Seek” with Doctor Jeep and B. Ames is just the sexy, deep, funky accompaniment that makes this EP a must have!
BONUS – Download these hotttt bootlegs from Tony as well!
We’re giving away a pair of VIP tickets to Marquee New York presents Tiefschwarz tomorrow night (2/1) with Re.You and Orazio Rispo as support. The influential Deep House duo, Tiefschwarz, hail from the Germany’s infamous dance music hub, Berlin, where they honed their skills to become the veteran tastemakers and world-class DJs that they are today. The duo’s finest bassy grooves will be yours for the taking all tomorrow night.
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.