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Dirty Dancers! With the recent release of Dim Mak‘s New Noise Vol. 2, we have been proud to promote many of our friends on the compilation, and encourage you to support the young talent that are making serious waves. BUT – today we are giving you guys an exclusive giveaway from one of the biggest artists on the album. The German heavyweight Tocadisco offers up his take on New Noise Vol. 2  with “Jump,” a bouncey club techno tune that screams for big room delivery. Grab the tune below, and make sure to check out the rest of the Dim Mak compilation, available now on beatport and itunes.



For the late afternoon starts to the late nights to the early mornings– here’s what gets us up, gets us going, gets us through the deepest of LA weekends.

GDD™ SPOTHEADS.005 (18 track Spotify playlist, 2 hours)

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Hot off the press, our Canadian buddies Botnek have sent us their newest remix, taking on the sounds of house mogul Tocadisco. These guys keep impressing me with their innovative directions on every remix, always testing the limits of the original tracks. This version goes from a hard hitting club bassline, to a almost glitch hop breakdown, and then resurrected back to its uptempo slimy techno. GET WEIRD.

Tocadisco – Bat3ria (Botnek Remix) by Botnek

Grab the FULL EP HERE – featuring remixes by Slap In The Bass, Oui’Wack, Stefano Noferini and Botnek.

Stockholm’s John Andersson– aka Zoo Brazil, is one of dance music’s most underrated and innovative producers and already boasts a back catalogue of more than a hundred singles under various aliases. His DJ performances all over the world are highly acclaimed, and now he presents his first-ever mix compilation to show the world what a Zoo Brazil live mix experience stands for. As the title suggests, “Songs For Clubs” is a powerful and club aimed mix of fifteen stellar tech-house tracks that features Nic Fanciulli, Joris Voorn, Super Flu, Love Girls, Format B and remixes by Popof and Tocadisco. Grab the mix below, as well as some of the must have tunes!

Zoo Brazil – Songs For Clubs (1:12:00) 

01. Super Flu – Shine
02. Nic Fanciulli & Joris Voorn – Together
03. Zoo Brazil – Robotronic (Zoo Brazil Remix)
04. Joris Voorn – We’re All Clean
05. Format B – Gospel (Super Flu’s Antichrist Remix) √+
06. Andhim – Patty Sue (Super Flu Suncream’s Remix)
07. Love Girls – Ze Bangert √+
08. Zoo Brazil – Finlandia
09. Zoo Brazil – The Kill
10. Andhim – Extragold
11. Heartik – Mini Swing
12. Super Flu – Euterpeh
13. Zoo Brazil – Fancy (Popof Remix) √++
14. Zoo Brazil – Late At Night (Tocadisco Remix)
15. Zoo Brazil – Technik √+

*If you enjoyed this mix as much as we did, I encourage you to purchase your favorite tracks from the compilation on Beatport HERE

photo cred: www.physical-music.com
Last week I went utterly ape s**t upon finding out that my favorite German dance duo Booka Shade are about to embark on a six date tour of the US in May. Here’s a glimpse at their schedule:
05.25 – Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York, NY
05.27 – Henry Fonda, Los Angeles, CA
05.28 – Oak Canyon Ranch, Irvine, CA
05.29 – Red Rocks, Morrison, CO
05.30 – Sasquatch Festival, Seattle, WA
05.31 – Hart Plaza, Detroit, MI
You can also view their Australian and European dates HERE.
These tour dates are in conjunction with the release of their forthcoming LP entitled More! which is set to drop on their Get Physical label in Germany on April 23rd, and the rest of the world ten days later. Don’t ask why there’s a delay – I’m guessing it’s a home ting. The album marks the follow up to 2008’s Sun & The Neon Light LP, which was massive, so I’m excited to check out their new stuff. The ‘Shade were also kind enough to provide everyone with a promo track from the forthcoming album via their website, you can check it out here:

A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to be in a field in San Bernardino witnessing Tocadisco smash his set at Beyond Wonderland. One of the standout tracks for me was this:
Get Physical label double-team. This track’s been around for a while, but I don’t think it’s received the kudos it deserves