Lane 8 is at it again, dishing out a plate full of quality. For You is an absolutely stellar tune from the up-and-coming San Francisco disco house aficionado. Sampling from The Isley Brother’s This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak For You), he bends a piano jamming, tropical tinged beat around the lyrics to make a masterful track overall. It’s gotten praise from the likes of Mighty Mouse and Jeremy Glenn, which tells you all you need to know right there. This is yet another installment in the wildly successful run Lane 8 has been having.
And if you missed it before, be sure to pick up this killer remix he did for Snowden.
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We’ve got an absolutely huge tune coming at you today in celebration of the weekend finally having arrived (after a full days work that is). Orlando’s big-room electro aficionado Henry Fong is back with an enormous remix of Bingo Players Out Of My Mind. The track in it’s original form is a banger, but when you add Henry’s tantalizing build-up, mind numbing drop, and own personal flavor; it’s brought to a whole new level. We’d expect nothing less from him. Be sure to pick it up at his Facebook page, and last but not least, happy Friday everybody!
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If you have yet to discover the sweet sounds of NYC based Chris Malinchak then you are seriously missing out, and we’re here to remedy that. Despite the fact we’ve been listening to the FRΞNCH ΞXPRΞSS artist regularly since that start of the year, he still hasn’t made an appearance on the site, which is a damn shame. So here’s a small sampler of the man, myth, and legend himself, starting out with his dazzling new cut So Good To Me. It’s pure, chilled out bliss that makes it incapable of not letting your worries melt away. As always, in their incredible generousity, the folks at FRΞNCH ΞXPRΞSS have dished this one out to us for free.
Rounding off with a couple killer bonus tunes, catch his amazing work on If U Got It and All Shook Up as well.
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Shortly after the release of his fantastic new original Signal, OVERWERK has gifted us with another round of tasteful tracks. To hold us over until the finish of his next hotly anticipated EP, he’s given us a 3-track mashup pack, complete with some excellently arranged tunes that he likes to play out live. They flawlessly combine his signature brand of electro house with the likes of Dirty South, Alesso, Porter Robinson, Arty, and more. With the precise quality we’ve come to expect from him, it definitely gives you a good taste of what his live show is like. These are all absolute necessities, so get them while they’re hot!
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Upon first listen just a few weeks back, San Francisco’s (represent!) Lane 8 was instantly one of our favorite new disco house producers. He’s got such an ease to his style that immediately gets you in your groove. We Won’t Know is the name of the three track EP he just released, and it’s absolutely phenomenal. Layered with hazy beats and vocal samples, the relaxation factor alone is enough to draw you in. Though each of the tracks are funky fresh in their own way, Down To You is our choice cut off the EP. When that bass line kicks things into gear, staying still isn’t even an option. Grab the tune below and if you’re into it, which you will be, pick up the whole EP here.
Grab this awesome remix he did for Freedom Fry as well, too cool.
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Raleigh’s Tmare is at it again with another banging original. He’s been crushing it for awhile now and after previously featuring his track Los Angeles in our ‘Summer Picks Part 2′ post earlier this month, we’ve been anticipating what he’d come up with next. It was a pleasant surprise to get another equally impressive production sent over in such short fashion. Year One is a beastly electro house fusion, incorporating playful twists in with heavy, grinding beats. The overall effect is enjoyable to the extreme, and the perfect fire to get any party moving.
Bonus! Check his remix of Foxes Let Go For Tonight. Incredible vocals with dirty drops? Yes, please.
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A few weeks ago TheFatRat released an awesome remix of Static Revenger’s Turn The World On, which features an insatiable beat and entrancing robotic vocals. And as great as Dev’s vocals are, to us the more of TheFatRat’s driving, crunchy, irresistible genre-defying beats the better. So lucky for us he’s now stripped those to a minimum and put out a dub version of the track. Having premiered on thissongissick a couple of days back, the dub mix is just what we like to hear from the German outbreak. Bare-bottomed and bouncy as ever, this is TheFatRat we know know and love. Funkify yourself at those Labor Day parties this weekend.
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Adrian Lux has long been one of our favorite producers. When he first came around, he garnered tons of support by many of the most established artists in electronic music, and he’s proven exactly why over the past couple of years. That being said, we always look forward to hearing new material from him. He’s just released his ‘Some Remixed. Some Extended.’ version of his debut LP which is absolutely killer, with remixes from Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl, Bauer & Lanford, Ken Loi, Hardwell, and more. In addition, he was generous enough to give away an amazing extended version of his track Wildheart for free in exchange for your email. Pick it up below!
Check out Bauer & Lanford’s epic remix of his track Weekend Heroes while you’re at it!
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OVERWERK is back! This has probably been one of our most anticipated releases of the year so far, and it comes through in full. Signal is the name of his brand new original production and the first single off his upcoming EP After Hours. With his powerful electro house crunch that’s barely contained but so incredibly well polished, it’s no wonder this track is nothing short of excellent. There’s no question that he’s got one of the most individual sounds around right now. OVERWERK is going nowhere but up, and fast. Believe the hype!
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There has been a huge influx of new, young electro/dubstep/progressive house producers recently, which has certainly made it a challenge to set yourself apart from the masses. But Philly’s own Dylan Orvell aka Speaker of the House is great example of someone who is successfully doing just that. Having jumped into the production pool just about a year ago, he’s crafted himself a distinctive sound equal parts blissful melodies and crunchy bass. His latest track Your Galaxy is a prime example of this, combining splashes of Deadmau5, Wolfgang Gartner, and Porter Robinson with GoldAN’s killer vocals to make one excellent mix.
Grab his track Supernatural as well. You can’t go wrong with this irresistible bouncing beat.
Australia’s electro champ Wax Motif has been crushing it as of late. With a bunch of huge releases over the past month, the most recent having been released on the illustrious Fool’s Gold Records Clubmix Vol. 2, his momentum is only picking up pace. Ctrl-66 is a proper banger of a track with a twist, sounding like a mad fusion of electro, big room, and nu disco components. Incorporating his inventive style with elements that are widely appealing make any Wax Motif tune an instant success. Get familiar with Waxy and grab the download below.
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Few things more exciting have happened lately than the announcement from Boys Noize that he will be releasing a new album, Out Of The Black, in just a couple months time on October 2nd on Boys Noize Records. In fact, we’re pretty sure nothing better has happened. Case and point, the following two tracks. Alex Ridha has once again, plain and clear, shown us how monumental of a force he is. With the premiere of these rough and raw tunes the anticipation for his new album couldn’t be any greater. If you’ve been sleeping under a rock and this is the first time you’re hearing these, well, we pity you. But now they’re yours to endlessly stream and bask in all their glory. You’re welcome.
Rising talent Aylen smacked us with a pretty killer new EP yesterday. On Fire is aptly titled, considering on fire is exactly what he’s been lately. Having just finished up a big release on Kitsuné with a remix of The Knocks & Fred Falke’s Geronimo (grab it here), and consistently pumping out impressively produced tracks, it seems he can’t be stopped. This latest tune is an electro moombahton fusion with enormous energy, and enough flavor to satisfy even the biggest cravings. Also featured on the EP are a few remixes with all sorts of different takes on the original from Xristo, Cy Kosis, and Elonious.
Our choice remix off the EP is Xristo’s cut. He and Aylen have collaborated before with huge success, and this time is no different.
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We’ve got a pretty massive bootleg pack for you to kick off the weekend, courtesy of Gothenburg, Sweden’s Bauer & Lanford. It’s basically all you could ask for packed into four super solid tunes featuring the likes of Eric Prydz, Rebecca & Fiona, Dirty South, Martin Solveig, Afrojack, Bingo Players, Jay-Z & Kanye West, Daft Punk, Temper Trap, and more. Talk about a stacked line-up! They’ve created some of the smoothest, heavy hitting bootlegs we’ve heard in a long while, so have a listen to the minimix below and be sure to grab all these tracks from some of Sweden’s finest. Hop over to their facebook page to download the pack in full.
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Though the enigmatic truth behind who makes up London’s letthemusicplay has yet to be revealed, we’ll keep on listening as they keep on producing. Two new originals with a slew of remixes have been imparted upon us over the past few days, with the expected quality we’ve come to know from them. On one of the tracks Don’t Weigh Me Down they’ve tapped Mutant Records maestro John Dahlback to offer his take. He coaxes the original out of hiding and takes things higher with his signature main room sound, giving it an awesome mix of funky progressive. It’s always a good weekend when you can start it off with some new material from John Dahlback.
Speaking of starting the weekend with John Dahlback, you should grab the brand new Mutants Radio Podcast #24 as well. Party playlist already created, boom!
What’s up patriotic people! It’s Independence Day here in America, which means it’s time to party and celebrate this great country. In honor of todays 4th of July celebrations we’ve decided to do a multi-track post with some solid tunes to bring to your daytime extravaganzas. It’s a mix of jams and bangers, just the way we like it, perfect for a pool party, BBQ in the park, or rooftop rager. Hope everyone is getting down right and having an awesome time on this glorious day! Follow the link to grab all the tracks.
Feenixpawl is absolutely killing it right now. The Melbourne duo had their hand in one of the most massive tracks of the past year with In My Mind, as well as a number of huge remixes for the likes of Adrian Lux, Jurgen Vries, and Kaskade. But this latest bootleg of Ellie Goulding’s ethereal track Lights is out of this world. You can’t go wrong with Ellie Goulding’s voice and monster melodies, and the two are mixed to perfection here. These guys are about to have an enormous year, sure to be one of the fastest rising stars of 2012. Looks like the 4th of July celebration tomorrow, and the rest of the Summer for that matter, just got a little bit better with this instant anthem.
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We know next to nothing about either of these guys, Auvic and Generdyn, but what is clearly apparent is that this collaboration between the two is pretty amazing. And Caroline Kim’s vocals are right on the money. Sitting at a mere two and a half minutes it’s short and sweet, but it takes you on quite the joyous and euphoric ride. With that perfect balance of massive energy, great buildup, and thrilling drop, it’ll carry you away without you even knowing what happened. Snag the download below and enjoy on repeat.
Happy Friday everybody! We’ve got one this morning that will surely put you in the mood for a great weekend ahead. Annie Mac gave this total gem out a couple of Monday’s ago for Free Music Monday. It’s a brillant rework by music producer Kidnap Kid of the Bristol based band The Other Tribe. The collaboration is crafted amazingly, with Kidnap Kid smoothing out the track and pulling the vocals into their full glory. Now infused with maximum tropical house beats and flavorful bongo drums, it’s the perfect tune for a Friday afternoon. The track is out next week on Black Butter Records, which will also feature a pretty wild remix by Eats Everything.
Up and coming Sydney based producer Favright is someone we’ve had our eye on for a bit now. He’s making some seriously intriguing music, and with only a handful of tracks to his name, has already developed a refined yet complex style for himself. His sound is a fusion of Mord Fustang, Wolfgang Gartner, and Deadmau5 making for an awesome and dynamic electro mix. 20Hours, his latest original, is an energetic excursion through layers of heavy electro and funky beats. It shows a ton of promise for what we can expect from him next. Keep your ears out for more soon.
Equally as good is another original of his, Funcats, which carries you banging through with ease. Grab the download below.
Be sure you check out his Soundcloud for a bunch more free goods, and check out his Facebook to stay up to date!
SAVOY’s We Are The Sun release last month has got to be their biggest to date, unleashing an absolutely massive electro house tune featuring vocals from the amazing Heather Bright. Now they’ve let Boulder, CO based Big Gigantic take a spin with the track and the result is epic. They’ve taken a side step, pulling the original towards dubstep, yet still incorporating some of their signature sounds with a killer piano beat shining through. Big Gigantic typically put out a bit more downtempo, jazz-infused, organic tunes but it’s nice to see them mixing things up here. Their hand on this one was the perfect touch to take the track to a whole different level.
Also grab their funky bass remix of Adventure Club’s Do I See Color.
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We like to start our Monday’s off with a bang. It gets you in the mood to do work, and sets your week off on the right note. And since we were fortunate enough to begin our morning with a brand new remix from D’Anconia, we thought it only right to let you do the same. He’s back in a blaze with a new remix of Zedd’s sensation Spectrum, with which he continues to exude that massive sound we’ve come to know and love from him. There’s not much to explain here except that this one goes hard. No better way to start the week than with a new banging tune.
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Nobody can resist the combination of Tegan & Sara’s iconically entrancing vocals with the smooth melodies of Morgan Page. It’s like magnets to metal, the attraction is irresistible. Well now Colorado’s Hollidayrain has grabbed hold of their track Body Work, and made it massive on a whole different level. He’s replaced some of the more progressive elements with heavy slap-you-in-the-face electro. This one will surely get any situation bumping in an instant, but watch out for flailing limbs when that drop hits, things will definitely get a little wild (hint: this is a good thing). Grab the download below and have a rager of a Saturday everybody!
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