As we plunge deep into Summer, BONES gives you his 6th installment to THE DEEP END mix series… concocted of house, garage, deep, bassline, tech, ghetto and anything low end friendly – this is an hour of the underground and the unknown. Summer is here kids, dive back into the abyss.
Jade Blue & Frequency – Lately
Filthy Rich, Ostertag – Smoking Mirrors (Original 9mm Magnum Mix)
Mak & Pasteman – Bodywork
Breach – Artis
Doorly – Thunderclap
Maff Boothroyd – Walking The Wire (SoulGroove Remix)
Tough Love – Love & Happiness
Volac – Fuck U
Disclosure – Apollo
Zinc – Show Me
Jess Glynne – Right Here
Celsius – Attrition
Thee Cool Cats & BONES – G Stack
Go Freek – We Can Ride (Torren Foot Remix)
Schoolboy Q – Studio (Wood Holly Bootleg)
Digitalism – Wolves (Riton Remix)
Zeds Dead & Twin Shadow – Lost You
Claude VonStroke – Sugar & Cinnamon (Justin Jay Remix)
Last Magpie – Pledge
The deeper vibes are catching on to the heavy hitters. First Jack Beats “Beatbox”, Skrillex’s “F That” and now Zeds Dead has teamed up with Brooklyn indie-throb Twin Shadow. The product is hauntingly soulful – a jackin house groove carried by a devilish deep bassline. Don’t worry Zeds Dead fans, there’s still just enough bang in this one to keep you going… check it below!
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Twin Shadow on
Not only do Evan and Mike of Toronto duo, Torro Torro, make the best gifs in the game for their seasonal mixtapes, they also curate one hell of a tracklist. After racking up a ton of attention this week with their Beatport-charting remixes for Zedd and Zed’s Dead (both included in this mix), Torro Torro have put together a pumping selection of new tunage — GTA’s “Hit It,” Diplo & DJ Fresh’s “Up (Earthquake)”, and ETC!ETC!’s “How You Like Me Now” to name a few. The guys are having a busy March along with the rest of us, hitting SxSW and Miami along with a string of West Coast gigs peppered throughout. Catch all of their tour dates here and grab the mix below!
The hip-hop influenced electronica masterminds from Canada, Zeds Dead, released a majestic remix of Marina & The Diamonds’ hit song “Lies.” After closing 2012 with an eclectic “Holiday Mix” as a gift to their loyal fans, they return to begin another massive new year in proper form.
Their remix of “Lies” draws vocals and melodic elements from the original and adds a gritty dubstep twist along with lush pads. Listen/download below and ♥ on the Hype Machine.
Toronto kids Zeds Dead have always garnered my respect for taking some really dope songs from every depth of the musical spectrum and putting their own spin on it, each time cutting and editing samples and songs without being cheesy or overdone. Not an easy feat, let me tell you.
Just released yesterday is their remix of indie music king Bon Iver; after stumbling across what they once thought was lost to the depths of an old hard-drive, DC and Hooks blew off the dust and cleaned it up, and lucky for the world they’re giving away the newly-polished remix for free. Mixing together 8-bit sounds and their intelligently-wound wobbles and slides with Bon Iver’s haunting and sad vocals, Zeds Dead provides a remix that once again showcases both their signature sound and finesse for rewiring tracks.
Stream below and click the FREE DOWNLOAD button to nab it off their Facebook page.
Figuratively and literally, reading about Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs‘ re-release of his amazing single, “Household Goods,” this morning was music to my ears. A top track released on Greco-Roman in 2010, “Household Goods” (along with “Garden”) really put Orlando on the map, and 2 years later with a full LP under his belt, he’s put together an unbelievable new remix package for the original including new takes from Zinc, Mano Le Tough, Zed’s Dead, Lil Silva, and Enei. The release will be available on Beatport next week on August 6th before its worldwide release on Polydor on the 20th. Stream 4 of the remixes below. √+ Continue Reading
Toronto bass monsters, Zed’s Dead, will be releasing a new Hip-Hop influenced 4-track EP titled, The Living Dead, tomorrow via Ultra Records, and today they’ve premiered the “collection” on Red Bull’s US website. The EP features vocals from Toronto rapper, Omar LinX, and really blurs boundary lines between Bass, Dubstep, and Hip-Hop — creating a unique release from the duo. Stream below and pick it up tomorrow on Beatport. Continue Reading
The Toronto based dubstep duo, Zeds Dead, have released a preview of their remix of Colin Munroe‘s “The Fight Of My Life.” With a balance of textures, vocals, and a heavy, ascending synth, the remix came together quite nicely to form a certain vibe that takes the tune into more of a dance realm. Check it out after the jump and keep an eye out for it’s July 17th release on iTunes, as well as their 4-track collaboration with Omar linx, The Living Dead EP, due out late July.
Keys N Krates are back at it yet again and this time around they remixed a tune by their fellow Toronto brethren, Zeds Dead. It’s no surprise that the KNK signature hip-hop/electronic fusion shines through better than ever in this “No Prayers” remix. They’ll be taking their live remixing sounds on the road this summer with a packed schedule complete with a number of festival dates including Wakarusa, Forecastle, Sonar (Barcelona), and Shambhala, among others. Check out the remix and see if they’ll be playing in a city near you after the jump.
4/20 is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with a night of Zeds Dead and AraabMuzik at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. With a good dose of bass from the Toronto natives themselves and the legendary MPC master, you can expect a massive party to remember. All of you Bay Area dubstep faithfuls know what to do. Grab your tickets here and thoroughly enjoy your Friday holiday.
Goldenvoice SF Presents: ZEDS DEAD, ARAABMUZIK AT THE REGENCY, 4/20
► Dates: April 20th
► Location: The Regency Ballroom
► Show time: 9:00 PM
► All Ages
► Tickets/info: HERE
Check out a video of their show in Calgary after the jump!