In 4 short days, Digitalism will be kicking off their anticipated brand new live tour across the US with the first show on Tuesday night at the Independent in San Francisco. Coinciding with this new tour is a new mix from Jence and Isi, featuring some good ol’ Techno from guys like Zombie Nation, Sharooz, and Harvard Bass, as well as their new remix of Bloc Party’s “Truth” forthcoming on Toolroom. Listen below and head over here for full US tour schedule.
The dust (and the wind) may be settling in Las Vegas, but a storm is brewing this week in Los Angeles headed for the Avalon. This Friday, the legendary techno maestro Zombie Nation will be making his debut at CONTROL, alongside heavy hitters Will Bailey and Revolvr. Supporting this ruckus will be Joaquin and our very own resident Bones. Whether you were in the desert or not last weekend, this is gonna be one for the books and not to be missed. This event will reach capacity early, so please RSVP below and arrive before 11pm to guarantee entry!
Please email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5PM on Friday.
Inspired by Housemeister‘s incredible third release, Music is Awesome, three greats have created their own versions of some of the albums best dance floor tracks. That’s right; Zombie Nation, Djedjotronic and SCNTST have all remixed their favorite tracks off of Music is Awesome and put together the stellar results for this EP. Each artist delivers their own unique blend of sounds; from experimentally abstract synth play to familiar rolling basslines.
In praise of the madness about to ensue in the desert for the next 2 weekends, I have created a celebration to the structure that will serve as a haven to much of the music that has built GDD™ to what it is today. I present to you the BONESSAHARA 2012 MIX, built on some of the biggest tracks in dance music as of current, along with a few surprises from the future. Coachella Music Festival gathers the spirit of music as a whole, but I know what you dirty dancers need to get that festival blood pumping as you voyage out to the desert lands of Indio… IN SAHARA WE TRUST.
Zedd – Shotgun (Sahara Intro Edit)
Nari & Milani vs. Zombie Nation – Atom 400 (MAKJ Edit)
Tommy Trash – Monkey See Monkey Do (Nom De Strip Remix)
Felix Cartal – Black To White (Clockwork Remix)
Nicole Scherzinger – Right There (John Dahlback Remix)
Nicky Romero – Toulouse (Tommy Trash Remix)
Swanky Tunes – I Wanna Be Your Dog (Original Mix)
Cedric Gervais – Molly (Original Mix)
Hardwell vs. Gorillaz – Feel Good Spaceman (Clockwork Edit)
Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Damaged Goods Remix)
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Martin Solveig – The Night Out (A-Trak vs. Madeon Remix)
The destructive project of ZZT (Zombie Nation and Tiga) just released their full length album Partys Over Earth yesterday on Turbo Recordings. For all those who sleep, eat and breath techno, this is mandatory to go on living. Listen to the relentless album medley in the soundcloud player, and go ahead and download one of my favorite new tracks below. Pick up the entire album on Beatport HERE.
ALBUM TRACK LIST(not in order of medley) 01. Where is the Captain 02. Rock the Peace 03. Partys Over Los Angeles 04. Nickel Und Dime 05. ZZTMF 06. Zig Zig Zag 07. ZZafrika 08. The Worm 09.Work 10. Lower State of Consciousness 11. Vulkan Alarm! 12. ZZT Has Left the Building
The power duo known as ZZT picked up heaps of attention this year when Tiga and Zombie Nation unleashed the massive Zzafrika remix package, and now the guys are back with a new single, ‘Vulkan Alarm!,’ as they prepare to release their debut album, Partys Over World, this 7th of November on Turbo Recordings. As a thank you to their fans on Facebook, the guys are giving away Proxy‘s take on the original, which is naturally inundated with the Russian’s dark, crunchy sound that you’d expect from the Mako Records label boss. If you don’t already, go give ZZT a ‘Like’ on Facebook and check out Jan Driver‘s banging remix as well while you’re over there.
Australian wild ones The Only have collaborated with iconic Aussie punk band TISM to bring you the huge summer track ‘River Phoenix’ with an fully loaded arsenal of remixes from Danny T, The Immigrant, Rob Pix, Jacob Plant, Chris Fraser, and a very special club remix they did on their own (which is personally my favorite). In between their own releases, The Only have also remixed GTronic for Dim Mak records, which was featured in the February Top 10 on RCDLBL. Fresh off of their performance in the Boiler Room at this year’s Big Day Out, The Only are set to embark on a huge 15+ date Australian tour throughout July and August, bringing their phenomenal new single to a city near you – brace yourself, Australia! The Only feat TISM – (River Phoenix) The Hollywood Anthem (FULL PACKAGE) by TheOnly
!BONUS! The Only also have 2 FREE BOOTLEGS of the infamous Zombie Nation anthem ‘Kernkraft 400′ and a club version of ‘Chop Suey!’ from System Of A Down. THE ONLY bootlegs for download by TheOnly
Since releasing ‘Wherever We Are’ last month, Los Angeles trio Human Life have been hitting it hard both in the studio and on the road. They’ve recently returned to the US after an extensive European tour and are set to release new material via Alan Braxe‘s Vulture label early on in the new year. In the meantime, they’ve been kind enough share their Winter 2011 mix with us for an exclusive GDD™ Premiere:
tracklist: 01. Luke Million – Octobussy Part 1 (Spiral Mix) 02. Nightriders – Keep It Comin’ 03. Blue Moderne – Through The Night 04. Azari & III – Reckless With Your Love (Tensnake Remix) 05. The Supermen Lovers feat Rick Bailey – Take a Chance (Herr Styler Remix) 06. Mobroder – Rush (Nile Delta Remix) •Jori Hulkkonen – I Am Dead (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)√+ 08. Azari & III – Indigo 09. The Phenomenal Handclap Band – 15 to 20 (Den Haan Remix) 10. Aeroplane – Superstar (The Krays Remix) 11. Cassius – I <3>
12. Au Revoir Simone – Only You Can Make You Happy (PUNCHES Remix)
Since the fuzz wouldn’t let us Angelenos unleash the fucking Dada in the flesh, Olle and Stefan were kind enough to take the leash off via the interweb. Coming at you with their usual barrage of bleeps, blips, blurps, bops and whomps I’m not totally sure if this mix is meant to help heal or pour salt in the collective wounds of everyone who attempted to see them at the Avalon in Hollywood last Friday. If you didn’t get to join in on the riotous festivities in Hollywood the boys say they’ve “put together this musical concoction for you to start your own riot!” … So grab your ski masks, molotov cocktails, and rowdy attitudes, and go pump up the volume!