Posted by jewcebox on January 26, 2015
With appearances at HARD Summer, the upcoming Holy Ship!, multiple records on Dirtybird, and a forthcoming EP on Pets Recordings, Justin Jay’s humble beginnings as a future talent are not too shabby to say the least. Going into his last semester at USC, the 22-year-old producer can now add a world premiere on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show to his wall of accomplishments. Annie Mac debuted his newest remix of Disciples’ “They Don’t Know” to expose Justin Jay’s production finesse to anyone unfortunate enough to not be following him. JJ allows the remix to take on a personality of its own as he strips Disciples’ original of it’s playfulness and replaces it with a brooding counterpart. Fans can move and groove to the LA producers’ expertly hatched drum work and sulking synth melodies. Check out the premiere above and be on the look out for the official release coming soon.
Posted by JT on October 31, 2014
It’s time to get a little weird. I’m going to introduce you to a man who really changed the game for me in 2013 as I subscribed to a little bit of Group Therapy with Above & Beyond at ABGT50. Guy Judah (Guy J) brings us a rendition of the finest in techno and tribal with his latest mix. Now if you’re hesitant to expand your musical horizons into a zone unknown, I suggest downloading the mix either way. When you wake up tomorrow, add this to your electrolyte filled diet, as Guy J is merely extending his hand to facilitate your path to recovery.
Featured, Techno | Premiere: Toolroom Live Exclusives With Stefano Kosa, and Fernando Mesa & Andres Blows
Posted by VMan on September 8, 2014
Our friends over at Toolroom Records just hit us with some goodies to premiere from up and comers Stefano Kosa, and Fernando Mesa & Andres Blows, and we happily obliged. On that tech-house, techno wave, these are the tracks to keep you moving, that all the cool kids are listening to, if you know Toolroom you know they’re always on top of the next big sound! Check out Italian producer Stefano Kosa‘s “Feel It,” a late night techno gem full of feels and vibes to get your feet moving, and it’s already getting support from Richie Hawtin, Mark Knight and more! Also on the feature, is Fernando Mesa & Andres Blows “The Roots,” a tribal tech-house club record for them underground UK clubs, all the way to the beaches of Ibiza. If you’re missing the weekend, and reminiscing on the great time you had the club which you don’t remember, consider yourself served! This is a must listen!
Stefano Kosa – Feel It
Fernando Mesa & Andres Blows – The Roots
Posted by Middy on August 24, 2014
Generally when artists give away tunes for social media milestones, it is for reaching a certain amount of fans or followers on Facebook and Twitter respectively. Well Eric Prydz with his outlandish wealth of unreleased tracks, has decided to give away two Cirez D tunes for his 10,000th tweet. Both tunes are vintage Ciriez D with driving bass lines, emphatic acid influences and sophistication you know to expect from Prydz. I will repeat that these are free, so you will be adding these to your library.
Posted by Spice on December 22, 2013
2013 was a year of many momentous things. Including the insanely awesome above shot, which was taken by yours truly with a cracked iPhone (and it’s frankly still a mystery as to how I managed to pull it off. I mean, look at that thing. That thing is next level. Eat your heart out, Rukes). In keeping with all the seasonal nostalgia, here are my picks for the best tracks of the year.
Posted by VMan on December 20, 2013
Tech house lovers, consider yourself served, NYC producer Vecs who recently signed to Waste of Time Records just released his two track EP with the titled track “I Was” and “It Goes.” DJing since the age of 9, Vecs sure does know how to get you to move with these 2 tracks, and has even been getting the support of veteran DJs Roger Sanchez, Scumfrog, and Richie Santana, among others. If you like what you hear, also check out Mr. Vecs’ 2013 mix filled with techno and tech-house goodies to get you to Friday night which you can stream here. This is a must listen!
Beatport: Vecs – I Was EP
Posted by Spice on December 18, 2013
It’s a commonly held belief among the underground that Berlin is the ultimate vanguard when it comes to electronic music. “The shit coming out of Germany these days is way more innovative and experimental and compelling than anything in the US, man! Have you even been to Berghain?”
But when you spend 2013 listening to Disclosure, and then you’re suddenly confronted by a track like “Magnetic,” it becomes increasingly difficult to discount the UK as one of the biggest breeding grounds for #FutureGarageSpacetronica talent. With his latest, George FitzGerald (recently named one of the top 50 DJs in the world by none less than Resident Advisor) delivers a deliciously spacey listening experience that seems tailor made for late nights and early mornings alike. Dark, deep synths drive the melody, while eerie vocals and a pounding bassline add another heady layer to the vibe. Stream below and head to Beatport for the DL.
And if you’re in the US (you east coast dogs), be sure to catch this rising star’s upcoming live dates; he’ll be at the legendary Output in Brooklyn tomorrow and the equally legendary U Street Music Hall in DC on Friday. Get it while it’s hot — he’s swinging back to Switzerland and the UK after these two brief but epic US stops. More details can be found here.
Beatport: George FitzGerald – Magnetic