Chill, Hip-Hop | Chet Faker x GoldLink – On You

Posted by on July 15, 2014

GoldLink is currently one of those artists that I just cannot get enough of – and fortunately for me he just keeps releasing one gem after another. The unlikely yet surprisingly compatible pairing of the rising hip hop star and ubiquitous Australian vocalist Chet Faker definitely delivers, with a beautiful, catchy chorus courtesy of Faker and some honest rhymes by GoldLink, wrapped up with some soulful keyboarding, perfect for those lazy Sunday mornings having breakfast in bed (“breakfast”) with your main squeeze.


Be sure to check out the making of “On You,” part of the series Songs From Scratch brought to you by adidias and Yours Truly below.

Chet Faker x GoldLink – Songs From Scratch from Yours Truly on Vimeo.

House, Pop | Betty Who – Somebody Loves You (BEAR TOOTH Remix)

Posted by on December 20, 2013

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The Chicago producer that is Bartek Urbanek aka BEAR TOOTH, all caps everything, remixed Betty Who’s “Somebody Loves You” into a  catchy synth-pop nu-disco record that’s going to bring you back to the 80’s all in the comfort of your home. The track’ll makes you want to throw on an old school neon Adidas track suit, headband and all, and dance crazy. If you’re not seeing it, you’re missing out on the party. Be sure to grab the free download, and include this one in your Friday night playlist. This is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Betty Who – Somebody Loves You (BEAR TOOTH Remix)

FYI | Your Favorite DJs Before They Made It Big

Posted by on August 1, 2013

Tiesto, Armin & Ferry

You have seen posts before by other blogs with pictures of DJs when they were little kids or even teenagers. That is cute and all, but here we want to show you when they were looking like goons, in that phase of their professional life they would probably rather forget, when they were young and reckless and not always ready for the camera. Some of them do look like they were born for the camera (see Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong & Carl Cox), but others: oh boy, let’s have some fun on this special Throwback Thursday. Before you move on, please bask in how goonish Tiesto, Armin and Ferry look in that picture. Armin had his law degree at that point. Imagine being represented in court by him; unreal.



Dubstep | R Rated #58

Posted by on December 6, 2012

Sev had to study tonight, nerd, but he sent me a few of his picks for this weeks R Rated including this first preview. TuneCee didn’t know if this remix was up to high standards. Is he serious? This remix owns face. Huge ups to Sev on this find.


My hunger for new, dope tracks is impossible to satisfy. I literally spent hours surfing around before stumbling upon this massive original. I was expecting to hear some movie samples from “Malibu’s Most Wanted.” Turned out there weren’t any, probably why Hugs & Drugs have my favorite track in this post.


Terravita decided to release a free download for their greatest hits a few days ago. In order to spread the word they added this nasty new Drumstep track. I think my ears are bleeding.


After releasing a new EP, Konec didn’t make fans wait too long for a new track. Remixing Blaster’s “Lasers…” haha. Anyways Konec made sure to give us another dirty track of his to reside in our music libraries. Wonder what else he has in store?


Beatport: Blaster – Lasers (Konec Remix)

I had a feeling I wouldn’t be able to resist the funky bass on this remix. I don’t even own Adidas, but this makes me wish I did just so I can rock out properly.





By clicking “Read On,” you will either find more R Rated Dubstep or you will run into a Zubat. The risk is yours.


Hip-Hop, Mixtapes | Mick Boogie x HYPETRAK – Represent The Stripes [Mixtape]

Posted by on July 24, 2012

With the 2012 Summer Olympics only three days away, the infamous Mick Boogie teamed up with HYPETRAK for an Olympic inspired mixtape.  Adidas supplies the stripes, while some of our favorite up-and-comers highlight the tape with exclusive new releases, including the likes of OnCue & Action Bronson.  I haven’t heard the tape in full just yet, but so far it’s well worth a DL.  In the end, it’s for America.  America the beautiful, dammit.  Lace up your library with these new tracks and be sure to show love to the Olympians wearing the red, white, and blue starting this friday, 7/27 in London.

P.S. Yes, that Iman Shumpert is the New York Knicks Iman Shumpert.  Sadly, I can’t say he’s any worse than Lou Williams or Ron Artest, but then again, that means less than nothing.