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With the soon to be full length release from the Russian juggernaut Proxy on Dim Mak Records, the first remix ep for the single “Shut Up!” has recently surfaced. Of all that we’re entered, standing atop the heap come from bass master John Roman, Belgian phenom-duo Sound Of Stereo, and techno young guns VCO (my personal favorite). Both take what already was a massive track in its own and flip their motives into a wall of noise. Too much to fathom? Find out for yourself which one is your favorite (including proper giveaway remixes from Ming and Tenderlions)!

Proxy- Shut Up (Sound of Stereo Remix) by Sound of Stereo

Proxy – Shut Up (VCO Remix) by weareVCO

Shut Up (John Roman Remix) – Proxy by John Roman

HONORABLE MENTION:

Proxy – Shut Up! (MING VIP Remix) by MING

Proxy – Shut Up! (Tenderlions Remix) by Dim Mak Records


pic: Viva Pip Pip
While Gotta Dance Dirty™ may be your one stop shop for all the latest tracks from your favorite producers, we strive to show you up-and-comers whose sounds are filling up our iPad nanos and DJ playlists. Today, we’ll feature some tunes from two Californian duos and one grumpy Canadian with no friends (just kidding John Ro, we love you.)


• John Roman – Sphere
By the time the creepy robot voice and “Wake Up”-esque drips built up and dropped, I just couldn’t help myself: I had to dance dirty. Be on the lookout for John Roman’s “Sing!” EP dropping next weekend!

Polygon Palace – We Have A Visual (Bubblegum Sci Fi Remix)
This fun vocal remix (in full 320 might I add) from my favorite Sandy Ego indie electro pair almost made me forget how cold and shitty the weather is in San Francisco this month… summer where you at?

Zero Cash – Blomo (Tenderlions Remix) [Purchase]
Speaking of San Francisco, here’s a remix from those rascally Tenderlions that’s dark and heavy like the rain clouds that are due to show up today. Easily their best production to date.


Meet San Francisco duo Tenderlions, named after the beloved San Francisco neighborhood that many homeless call home. This dynamic duo recently returned to perform at the legendary Dim Mak Tuesdays party to promote their new Tenderlions in 3D EP. Whether you like thick 808 kicks or sleazy nu disco synths, the four track Tenderlions in 3D offers something for everyone. Check out my personal favorite “Loose Strings” and if you like what you hear, show these cats some love on Beatport.


• Tenderlions – Loose Strings