If you haven't already heard, Johnny Love formerly known as one of the masterminds behind the duo Guns N Bombs (RIP) has lately been putting out new tracks under the name Deathface. I really like the stuff he's been releasing which are mostly songs with heavy basslines and insane drops. Check out his latest remix, this time of the track Stay the Same by autoKratz.
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
The final installment of Flying Lotus's Los Angeles EP Series just dropped a few days ago on WARP Records. The EP has seven tracks, some which are originals and others remixes by friends. The EP feels much more ambient than any of the others did, while it lacks the psychedelic synth lines and wild drum beats. L.A. EP 3 X 3 sounds as if Flying Lotus wanted to create a much more minimalist sound than usual, to perhaps show the beauty that can come out of his music. Maybe this minimalist sound will start showing up in some of his upcoming work. Flying Lotus has killed it again. He did a great job completing his Los Angeles EP Series, the EP really lives up to the others. Make sure to show some love and grab a copy of the EP, out on WARP Records now!
A1. Infinitum (Dimlite's Re-finitum)
A2. Comet - MatthewDavid
A3. Endless White
B2. Spin Cycles
B3. Testament (Breakage's Bill's Suit Mix)
B4. Auntie's Harp (Rebekah Raff Remix)
Posted by Casey Alexander at 11:09 AM
A little late on the find but I still think its worth the post. The recent Jack Beats remix of La Roux's "I'm Not Your Toy" is hard to even put into words. Jack Beats has really been a site to see lately and this track just helps prove my point. Be sure to check out this track!
Posted by M at 10:26 AM
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Definitely a little late on this one. I guess I've just been letting myself enjoy summer a little too much. NORE (of Bounce fame) released a new single featuring that man on the moon that we know as Kid Cudi, and while that original track itself probably doesn't interest most of you there are some remixes here that should keep you more than happy. Both Felix Cartal and Bird Peterson drop their usual club bombs that start off slow, but only until the build up to a body destroying bass drop. I'd probably go for the Felix Cartal remix if I had to choose, but both are nice.
Courtesy of Media Contender
Posted by Zachary Foos at 9:56 PM
Monday, August 17, 2009
Saturday, August 15, 2009
G.L.O.V.E.S. - PYX (Strip Steve Paradise Dub) (ALT)
Strip Steve - Exclusive Summer 2009 Mix
Dee Lite – Groove is in the heart
News Crew – Special Bulletin
Egyptian Lover – Egypt, Egypt
Telex – Moskow Diskow
The 202 Machine – Get Up (Rock Your Body)
Class Action – Weekend (Vocal Mix)
David Rubato – Circuit (Siriusmo Remix)
Strip Steve – Pacey’s
Kansk – Jam with…
Jazzy Dee – Get on up
Bohannon – Let’s start II dance again
Break Machine – Street Dance
Strip Steve – AM/FM
Posted by J at 1:50 PM
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
DJ Mehdi - Pocket Piano (Brodinski Remix)
Dada Life - Sweet Little Bleepteen (12" Edit)
D.I.M. & TAI - Lyposuct
Savage Skulls - Bumps
Mumdance & Brodinski - Eurostarr
Boys Noize - Jeffer
Dada Life - Let's Get Bleeped Tonight (12" Edit)
Simian Mobile Disco - Audacity of Huge (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #TBA)
Sharooz - Adrenalize
Hot Chip - Touch Too Much (Fake Blood remix)
Tony Senghore - Avouch
Major Lazer - Pon the Floor (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #TBA)
Boy 8-Bit - Baltic Pine (Original Mix)
Deadmau5 - Moar Ghosts N Whatever (Original Mix)
Cassuis - Youth, Speed, Trouble, Cigarettes (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #TBA)
Silvio Ecomo & Chuckie - Moombah (Afrojack remix)
Phatzoo - Think About The Way
Acidkids - Mitch (Felix Cartal Remix)
Siriusmo - Uninvited Guest
Posted by Casey Alexander at 10:28 PM
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Posted by Zachary Foos at 4:29 PM
Let's just say if this had been the original I would be a much bigger La Roux fan...
Lapse has also recently done a nice remix of the track as well as adding his touch to Felix Da Housecat's smash single "We All Wanna Be Prince". Two very tasty little remixes.
Posted by Zachary Foos at 3:50 PM
Fool's Gold Blog:
A few weeks ago, Fool’s Gold was asked to commission remixes for Kid Cudi’s latest single “Make Her Say.” Well, broskis - the results were pretty damn banging!Details on the full batch of mixes (and where / when we’ll be leaking them) to follow, meanwhile dig into this awesome, instantly playable remix by Afrojack, who’s Dutch house bangers (and some major co-productions) are currently lighting up DJ sets worldwide.
The one thing that can ruin a remix of a rap song for me quicker than anything else is if the remixer doesn't use the vocals well. Although Afrojack doesn't do the best job on that front there is something I really enjoy about his latest remix of Kid Cudi's chart-topper "Make Her Say". Perhaps its the incredibly strong production on the track or the fact that its so all over the place it feels like 4 different songs put in to one. I'm not sure, but it's made me a fan of the track despite the fact that I feel like I almost shouldn't be. The first minute feels like it could easily be another Crookers remix of Cudi, but by the end you will certainly know who Afrojack is, and that he's not playing around.
Posted by Zachary Foos at 12:41 PM
Saturday, August 8, 2009
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Thursday, August 6, 2009
Mightyfools, who just finished their Australian tour just recently released the "Living the Life EP" on BMKLTSCH RCRDS. The EP which includes two original tracks by Mightyfools as well as remixes by Nobody Beats the Drum, GTRONIC and Boemklatsch, is nothing but banger after banger. I linked Living the Life which was my favorite track on the EP, but make sure to go pick up a copy of the EP at beatport or itunes to check out the others. I recommend taking a listen to the Boemklatsch and GTRONIC remix of Living the Life, i liked those the most of the three. Also as a little bonus check out the L-Vis 1990 remix of Who's There? by Riton and Primary 1.
Posted by Casey Alexander at 6:06 AM
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Just wanted to show some love to Grum for being one of the only artists these days to develop and nearly perfect a somewhat original and distinct sound. I love this new remix.
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Monday, August 3, 2009
Ever since I started listening to The Bloody Beetroots, I've been patiently waiting for this album. Although they've been pretty hit and miss lately, The Bloody Beetroots debut album Romborama which was recently released on the Los Angeles based record label Dim Mak, really impressed me. From what I had heard from the album prior to its release, I was expecting yet another disappointing release from the duo I once loved. On Romborama, you'll find a good amount of previous releases as well as a handful of some brand new and well produced tracks. I've been waiting a while now for The Bloody Beetroots to put out some quality work and I'm glad I can now say that I once again, love The Bloody Beetroots. Also as a little bonus I included a ghetto house remix I really liked of House N˚84 by FCKN formerly known as FCKN Crew.
Be sure to go out and grab a copy of Romborama, out now on Dim Mak Records.
Romborama (feat. All Leather)
Have Mercy On Us (feat. Cecile)
Awesome (feat. The Cool Kids)
Talkin’ In My Sleep (feat. Lisa Kekaula)
Second Streets Have No Name (feat. Beta Bow)
Warp 1.9 (feat. Steve Aoki)
Fucked From Above 1985
Theolonius (King Voodoo)
Yeyo (feat. Raw Man)
Little Stars (feat. Vicarious Bliss)
Warp 7.7 (feat. Steve Aoki)
Make Me Blank (feat. J*Davey)
House N˚ 84
I Love the Bloody Beetroots
Come La (feat. Marracash)
Posted by Casey Alexander at 5:01 AM
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Hey everyone, I'm on a vacation but when I stumbled upon these two tracks I had to post them. If you haven't heard, Boys Noize and Erol Alkan are releasing two tracks on Boys Noize Records which will be dropping August 31st. Previews of the two tracks, titled Waves and Death Suite, have recently surfaced and from what I've heard so far, I think they're great. Don't take my word for it though, give them both a listen yourself and make sure to go out and buy the 12" when it drops later this August. Also as a little bonus, I included a Yuksek remix i really liked of a track titled Heavy Cross by Gossip.
Posted by Casey Alexander at 1:01 AM