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Sub Antix is back with a huge free download of his newest monster, 80 Weight.  80 Weight garnered a massive amount of attention after it was played by Brown and Gammon on BBC Radio 1 and for good reason, 80 Weight is a well-constructed dubstep tune that delivers a fresh hip-hop inspired beat that isn’t just focused on a massive drop.  With his newest track Sub Antix has demonstrated how his production has matured in both style and complexity; highlighting that as an artist, he isn’t going anywhere.

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Trap House is in and there’s no denying it. Fusing Dance elements with Hip Hop sensibilities, Brooklyn’s Baauer is coming onto the scene strong with the Harlem Shake EP, released today on Mad Decent‘s sub-label, Jeffree’s. So far, ‘Harlem Shake’ has been big upped by Diplo, Brodinski, and Flosstradamus, and it was just recently included in Rustie’s Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. We’re going to be doing a Spotlight feature on this dude soon, so keep your eyes out. Until then, download both tracks off of the EP for free below! √+ Continue Reading

For the past two summers, the Cadenza label’s Vagabundos party has been hailed as one of Ibiza’s biggest success stories. Taking place every Sunday at Pacha, Luciano‘s label have brought a new edge to the club scene in Ibiza Town by upping the profile of a more groovy minimal techno sound.

This summer’s Vagabundos parties have seen sets from the Cadenza regulars as well as a host of outside talent including Carl Craig, DJ Koze, Dixon and Kenny Larkin. However, it seems only fitting that Cadenza head honcho Luciano should be the one to close out another successful season. Radio 1 were at Pacha to record the Chilean’s final set which aired on Pete Tong‘s Essential Mix show over the weekend:

Luciano Live at Vagabundos, Pacha, Ibiza – Essential Mix [1 October 2011]

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UK’s Queen of House: Maya Jane Coles has been the latest artist to deliver an Essential Mix for Pete Tong‘s legendary show on Radio 1. At 23 years old, Maya’s already developed a name for herself as one of the hardest working producers in dance music today, racking up releases on Hypercolour, Defected, 20:20 Vision, and Anja Schneider‘s Mobilee label to name a few. Last week she released a brilliant remix as part of Little Dragon‘s new EP, which is definitely worth checking out. In the meantime though, bliss out to two hours of mellow groovers courtesy of Maya Jane Coles and the Beeb:

• Maya Jane Coles – Essential Mix [09.07.11]

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GDD™ homeboy Dillon Francis has been on an absolute tear since the start of 2011 and has shown no signs of slowing down at all. It all started with the release of his Westside EP on Mad Decent Records and he’s only continuing to grow. This past week his status as one of Electronic Music’s brightest rising stars grew even brighter; his remix of Toddla T’s track ‘Take it Back’ was proclaimed “the hottest track in the world” by BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe during his weekly broadcast. In celebration of this massive event, Dillon has decided to release the remix for free via his Soundcloud. Make sure you check it out; he truly is making some next level tunes.

Toddla T – Take It Back (Dillon Francis Remix) by DILLONFRANCIS

Yesterday, Alex Metric became the latest artist to grace Radio 1 with an Essential Mix. With a track selection that ranges from Stuart Price’s Les Rhythmes Digitales alias, to David Bowie and the Happy Mondays, Metric’s smashed out a refreshingly versatile two hour mix for your listening pleasure:

Alex Metric – Essential Mix (April 16, 2011)

track list after the jump

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The Chemical Brothers have recently composed the score to forthcoming Saoirse Ronan thriller Hanna. Dropping next tuesday, the 20 track record ranges from the serenely mellow ‘Hanna’s Theme’ to acid infused ‘Escape Wavefold’ and the frenetic ‘Hanna vs. Marissa’. Not every track is a thumper, but that’s got to be expected from a film soundtrack, keep your eyes and ears peeled for ‘Container Park’, by far the most impressive track on the record.

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