One of our favorite dirtybirds, Justin Jay, is currently finishing his last semester at University of Southern California, but that isn’t stopping him from releasing outstanding productions. His latest effort is a brooding remix of Disciples’ hit record, “They Don’t Know,” that takes a dive into the shadowy realms of deep house that were never fully explored by this gifted 22-year-old, until now. With this remix release on February 22nd via Pete Tong’s FFRR imprint on top of a forthcoming EP on Catz ‘n Dogz’ Pets Recordings, major upcoming gigs like Holy Ship!, and more, Justin Jay is prepping for an enviable last semester and a massive 2015.
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Sweater Beats is back on the viral Soundcloud tip – this time with a redux of Kimbra’s 2011 smoker “Settle Down”. Stripping down the jazzy tendencies in the track for a more sweeping and eclectic ambiance, Sweater Beats sticks to his production roots while still making Kimbra’s vocals really shine on the track – a feature often masked in remixes and bootlegs. Her unique voice sits high above the scattered drum varients and tingling piano work that with all their unique sequencing has an almost orchestral vibe to it.
So, go on tour with Chance The Rapper, play a dope remix in your sets, and get shit popping. Well done, SB.
The Miami based Sluggers have brought a classic back from the dead and created a monster. The anthemic “Get Yourself High” by The Chemical Brothers has helped paved the way in electronic music today, and Sluggers pay homage in their new version. Keeping the spookiness of the original, they add a dark and techy feel with a rolling bassline and that compliments the techno driven lead and “chemical” stabs. Listen below, and be on the lookout for when the download drops!
The HARD family is at it again – Destructo and Wax Motif take Warren G’s 90s hip hop anthem Regulate and grind out a G-House driven heater fit for the club. The production duo keep the integrity of the highly credited original, while adding elements of techno techno, deep house and hip hop making it a whole new beast. Fans of Oliver, Duke Dumont, and Alex Metric will be all over this one…. listen below!
LA-based producer NGHTMRE is back today with a free edit of “No Type.” We’ve really seen him to be all across the board in terms of genre. Whatever the case may be, from melodic trap to bouncy house tracks, the production is always solid. This take on Rae Sremmurd‘s latest radio smash features a rolling bass line and slight alterations of the synth work laid down in the original. Definitely one for the dance floor, so grab the free download before the weekend starts.
Our favorite Isla Vista indie/electronic ensemble, FMLYBND, is back in big fashion today with their take on “Where Is My Mind.” This track is a really sick transformation of The Pixies’ original, featuring an ethereal intro that crescendoes into bit more bass-heavy chorus section. All of the melodies and underlying sounds are spot on with the original, down to the vocals at it’s conclusion. Grab this free download, and keep an eye on FMLYBND, as they hit the road this month (tour dates after the jump) and plan on delivering a freebie every month for the next year.
Yes, you’re reading this correctly. Los Angeles-based production duo Goshfather & Jinco have teamed up with the infamous Sasha Grey for a hard-hitting future remix of “Ghetto Superstar.” Their rendition features a heavy future bassline and tech-y sampling of the vocals from the original. This track comes as a bit of a side-step for Goshfather & Jinco, who have been known primarily for their big room bass tracks. As for Sasha Grey, we’re anxious to see what she does next. In any case, grab the free download and get down to this dope remix.
The Three 6 Mafia chief Juicy J has been added to the #Future1Hundred roster – the soundcloud slaying Whiiite delivers his next flip on the outspoken rapper’s new single ‘Low’. The LA based producer has taken the internet by storm this year giving away a series of remixes for some of the biggest tracks old and new – and this one is no substitute… Grab it below for FREE DOWNLOAD!
Amsterdam based Mike Mago has been making serious waves in the house realm, finding unison in deep basslines and future driven leads. His productions have caught the ear of vocal phenom AlunaGeorge, who’s got him on the official remix of her single ‘Supernatural’… here’s what he had to say about the opportunity:
“I was really honored when Aluna George asked me to do a remix. Been fan a AG for ages! I tried to keep the strength and smoothness of the original and to switch it into the style I’m known for. I know this is a really cliche thing to say, but when your remixing musicians you’re a big fan of, it really comes down to that accurate balance.” – Mike Mago
November has been very kind to Amtrac fans. A handful of remixes and a collaboration track with Kastle have kept his name in the house headlines during the past month and, with another remix released today, he shows no signs of slowing. His latest endeavor is a remix of Wolfgang Gartner’s single “Unholy,” and the bassline certainly does the title justice. This bouncy remix quickly takes the track from the radio waves to the underground — look out for it’s official release on December 1.