Our good buds Ruben and Kevin of No Body just sent over a two-pack of remixes for the Electro anthem from Wolfgang Gartner, ‘There And Back,’ released on Ultra at the end of January. We’ve been saying it for a while, but we fully support these young lads and continue to be impressed with each new original and remix they send our way. Download the Instrumental Remix below and head over to their Soundcloud to pick up the Vocal Remix equipped with a familiar Empire Of The Sun sample. Continue Reading
We finally made it through the week and our Halloween festivities are upon us. I have some great content for you to indulge in this morning that includes the RE:GENERATION tracks, an Escape From Wonderland preview & set times, AraabMuzik’s tour with EDM support, a 12th Planet interview, a trailer of a Soulwax video project, and a video of Afrojack playing classical music. Be entertained after the jump…
Just in time for your weekend debauchery, I present to you dirty dancers my 2011 Halloween Mix. I’m excited for you guys to hear this one because of the fresh-faced talent, some unreleased tracks to look forward to, and some classics that are sure to get you ready to rage and thirsty for blood. So grab the mix, and get your pre-game/costume party/afterparty on– this one is gonna wake the dead.
TRACK LISTING: 1. Michael Jackson & Vincent Price – Thriller (Intro Vocal Edit) 2. Clockwork – Hulk (Original Mix) 3. Cicada – Come Together (Beataucue Remix) 4. Tristan Garner & Gregori Klosman – Bounce (Original Mix) 5.Wolfgang Gartner vs. Rusko – 818 Everyday (No Body Edit) 6. Etienne De Crecy – Hope (Alternate Studio Version) 7. Fedde Le Grand – Metrum (Original Club Mix) 8. Market Price – Luxe (Unreleased) 9.MAYBB – Touring In NY (Original Mix)(MAYBB = Benny + Alle Benassi) 10. Bart B More & TAI – Spezi (Unreleased) 11. Dr. Gonzo – Springer (We Don’t Belong In Pacha Remix) 12. Clockwork – Squad Up (MAKJ Hands Up Vocal Edit) 13. Michael Woods – First Aid (Original Mix) 14. Mustard Pimp – ZHM (Dada Life Remix) 15. Fuser – Bangtuk (JFK Edit) 16. D.I.M. – Is You (Original Mix) 17.Nom De Strip & BONES – Yo!(Unreleased) 18. Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (Gesaffelstein Remix) 19. Gesaffelstein – Viol (Original Mix) 20. Sticky K – Persian Algebra (Unreleased) 21.Proxy – Raven (Planet Rock Moombahween Bootleg)
So the Party Like Us Records guys have made their decision. The winner of the GDD™ ‘Stumble’ Remix Competition is Detroit native/LA resident, Rob Darke. Rob actually just recently got into EDM in the past couple years, saying that he really got into it after using it as a sleep deterrent while writing essays in college, but since his first few dance music experiences, he knew musical production was something he wanted to do. With the help and guidance of his brother Brian, Rob Darke has quickly become keen to the ways of making a solid electronic track, and with influences such as Canblaster, Wolfgang Gartner, and Tony Senghore, it’s safe to say that a bright future lies ahead for this up and comer. Here’s what Udachi had to say about the winning remix:
“I think Rob Darke’s remix is a good example of a nice solid tune, nothing overdone, just straight good. The vocal on the original is tricky because it starts a quarter note late from the 1, and I think it threw a lot of people off. But Rob Darke’s remix makes sense musically and has his own personal flair. The mix is nice and clean, and I love the big build into the 4×4 tease into the soca snare bit. I can hear this in a variety of DJ’s crates; from sunrise sets, to setting the pace for the night. Real classy and gleamin’!”
Find Rob’s remix as well as remixes from the first and second runners up below, and make sure to pick up the full Stumble EP on Beatport!
Together As One boasted a festival to remember, and it certainly was. The massive event went off without a hitch and each artist delivered a set that was unique, massive, and memorable. Whether you witnessed the giant banana that was passed around when Dada LifeUnleashed The Fucking Dada, Laidback Luke‘s 2011 countdown or Rusko smashing the Bassrush Arena, this year’s TAO couldn’t have been more epic.
This year I wanted to get the full TAO experience, so I decided to skip the VIP treatment and throw myself into the sea of people to gain a true perspective of this massive event.
So, this is how my night panned out at Together As One 2011…
We really have our plates full this weekend. After the absolute insanity that will occur tonight at the Avalon with Wolfgang and Harvard Bass, the GDD™ crew will be trekking down south to Voyeur in San Diego tomorrow night to host an epic show with Circuit Freq, Bareback DJs, and ///BONES. We’re very excited to be collaborating with the good folks at L.E.D. as they put on some of the best parties in SD, so come on out tomorrow night and give us a warm welcome in the southland!
We’ll also be heading to Wavehouse and Voyeur again on Sunday to see Mr. Steve Aoki throw down some nasties, so get over to that if you can too!
Here we have a GDD™ + Chemical Jump exclusive for you guys. Nate over at CJ and I were asked by the great people over at GreenElectronic to simultaneously release this monster out today, so we’re giving it to all of you fine folks. Valerna has been pumping out some serious bangarang lately with their multiple releases on Miles Dyson‘s Plasmapool Records, as well as getting a Felix Cartal touch-up to their latest track ‘Look Ma, No Pants!’ that went out on Beatport in July. Definitely make sure to catch these guys this Friday on the main stage at CONTROL along with Wolfgang Gartner, Harvard Bass, Skrillex, and ///BONES!
RSVP at email@example.com to be on our guestlist!
(First come first serve)
All feedback is valued and encouraged, so tell us what you think!
Oh Boy dirty dancers, do we have CONTROL Friday for you.
This week, we welcome two big room monsters that are backed by the incredible production they’ve quickly become known for. Undocumented Management’s Wolfgang Gartner and Harvard Bass. If that wasn’t enough to make you pass out, they will be supported by up-and-coming heavy hitters Valerna and Skrillex. And if that isn’t enough reason to go, I have been given the closing set for this carnival of a friday night, and I would love if you could make it just so you can see me bouncing off the walls in excitement. The flyer is enough for me to start jumpin right now.
Now, make no mistake, this night is gonna be FUGGING CRAZY. Pre-sale tickets have already sold out, and apparently our guest list this week is going to be first come, first served. I can’t stress enough to RSVP NOW and make sure you SHOW UP EARLY.
RSVP to: JonahDancesDirty@gmail.com
21+$15 before 11/ $20 after
18+ $20 before 12AM
…and heres your maximum tunage for the hype machine in all of us:
A pretty original take on Wolfgang Gartner‘s original Latin Fever cut, GDD favorite Tre brings his own brand of heavy, synth-high electro over filthy basslines and woodblock drops. The general rule of thumb that I buy into is: if a track’s named an artist’s “…” remix, then it’s probably banging, so give this one some airplay and tell me I’m wrong.
Fresh from what many have said was the best set of Coachella, Wolfgang Gartner returns to San Francisco to perform at Ruby Skye and Gotta Dance Dirty™ and BandsInSanFran can hook you up with an mp3 and a free pair of tickets. The mp3 is below and the tickets go to the first party to email me at tronjeremy at gottadancedirty dot com with their first and last names. Good luck!