Posted by VMan on April 24, 2014
My good friend Angus just put LA trio AndDrop on my radar and their latest remix of D!RTY AUD!O’s “Flame,” a mix of a trap and bass to get your Thirsty Thursday started early! Blending, elements of deep house, trap, and progressive house, to my ears at least, this track will fare well at your Summer parties, hard enough to hit, and light enough to keep the rager contained. I dig it, and I just want to point out that I also dig the bandana design on the cover, very G! This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: D!RTY AUD!O – Flame (AndDrop! Remix)
Posted by dshaq on April 23, 2014
It seems so right that Flume would remix Lorde. Something about her voice and his beats just makes sweet sweet love to my ears. The build up, the drop, the vocals, just everything about this song is fire. I don’t think I need to say more except keep hitting repeat.
Posted by dshaq on April 23, 2014
Summer can’t come soon enough and today we have Tim Gunter making us want it even more with this brand new remix to Twin Shadow’s Old Love/New Love hit. Tim had a little blurb about the track and how he thought to give it his own spin:
Good vibes, good tunes, and great weather, cant ask for any more. Keep this one lined up for your summer playlists, it won’t disappoint, I promise.
Posted by Middy on April 22, 2014
Louisiana native and LSU student, Jesse Slayter is not just a normal college student. While his peers were heading down to Buku Music & Arts Festival to see acts like Nas, Zedd, Kaskade and Chance The Rapper, he was also heading down for a totally different reason, to perform. His discography already reads like that of a seasoned vet and the artists who have supported him (Skrillex, Diplo, Valentino Khan, UZ, etc) make most of his peers envious. He recently dropped an exquisitely crafted mix that is some mid-tempo magic, switching between trap, sensual rnb influenced beats, and some moombah madness. He packs in a whole bunch of unreleased tunes, including his upcoming collab with Wuki.
Alternative, Drum & Bass, Electronic | Max Frost – White Lies (Tune In Crew Remix) // Tune In Crew – Still Waters
Posted by Spice on April 21, 2014
Two big new tracks from one of our favorite duos out of France, the Tune In Crew. The first is a high energy, drum n’ bass-infused remix of Max Frost’s “White Lies,” which switches up the vocal blend of the original while weaving in a rich combination of live instruments (is that a maracas?). An unexpected but wonderfully seamless trap break mellows out the vibe midway through before the track hurtles back into a spray of fast-paced kicks. The second track switches gears considerably; drawing inspiration from epic movie soundtracks, the twangy, instrumental “Still Waters” is yearning and bluesy and would no doubt be right at home in a Tarantino montage. Stream both below.
Posted by VMan on April 16, 2014
You guys ready for some more dope electro-house from TBMA? Well here it goes, TBMA aka The Bolivian Marching Affair who’s still going strong with their original “Obsessed” just hit me with their latest remix of the 90′s hip-hop anthem “Jump Around” by House Of Pain, and this remix hits! DJs take note, you’re going to want to include this one in the mix, it’s a guaranteed rager! Ya’ll enjoy this hump day, and this revived classic! This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: House of Pain – Jump Around (TBMA Remix)
Posted by mimada on April 16, 2014
Philly duo Louis Futon may be still be arguably “new” to the scene, but their discography and social media following proves these boys mean business. They’ve got heaps of original releases in addition to a handful of remixes, each one varying a little bit in genre from the next. This delightful remix of Logic and Jhene Aiko’s “Break It Down” is, as the say, perfect for those summertime vibes. I hate to spoil this track by pointing out its similarities to Kaytranada’s style, so just think of it as Louis Futon’s own spin on that groovy feel.
On that note, you may have heard Louis Futon on Ta-Ku’s latest “Drive Slow, Homie, Part III,” in which case you should make note that track will be featured on their upcoming EP, still TBA. In the mean time, snatch this free download and toss it on your poolside playlist stat.