Archive for November, 2011
The next H.E.N.C.H release is looking rather promising. Not only is there a brand new track by Mensah (which you can preview here), on the other side there’s Delta Heavy remixing “Quad Bikes”, that awesome tune by Sukh Knight, Mensah and Squarewave. The result is a little less ‘subtle’ than the original, but this will definitely destroy many dancefloors!
Talking about a booty shaking track. This new Bongo Remix for Yolanda Be Cool’s “Le Bump” feels almost to summerish for these cold days. Hot soulful vocal loops and the trademarked bongo sounds (by Bongo of course) make a killer combination. Big up to Bongo for sharing this one for free!
Posted a preview of this original “Get Naked” by Riva Starr, Fatboy Slim & Beardy Man some time ago on our facebook (make sure you follow us, lately been posting more updates there). The track is finally coming out the 20th of December on Moshi Moshi/Snatch (incl. Carl Cox remix!!). Part I love most about this track is the oldschool sample, can’t recall which track exactly but when you hear it you’ll know which sample I’m talking about. Enjoy this free Dub remix as a perfect taster!
“Headspin“, the A-side, is real dancefloor material and definitely the biggest tune of the three. Kind of reminds me of Requake or BadKlaat.
On the flipside you’ll find two more tunes, which are much deeper than “Headspin”. “Power Restored” has a nice wobbly bassline, while “True World” is even deeper/darker. Warriorz referred to it as “dungeon” style dubstep.
Blende, long time no hear. I really got scared when I saw they remixed a Skrillex track, thinking “oh no another producer gone dubstepzzz”, but luckily this is anything but dubstep. Blende delivers a smooth electro track with some rough edges but also nu-disco like synths. The track was supposed to be for the Skrillex “Drop Dead” EP but apparently it never got released which means this remix wasn’t released as well. Blende decided to share it for free which can of course count on a warm welcome by us!
I stumbled on this cool compilation package called ‘Bullet Train Volume 2′, the producers representing it are rather unknown to me, but then again I’m not in the whole dubstep scene. Marco Del Horno and Last Japan are the ones presenting this Bullet Train volume 2 compilation. The tracks go from Funky to Garage to Grime to Dubstep to DnB and everything inbetween, who cares about tempos/scenes/genres right? Hope you enjoy this as much as I do without even knowing what you’re listening to!
▪ Hardwell & Tiësto – Zero 76
▪ DJ Fresh ft Sian Evans – Louder (Drumsound & Bassline Smith Remix)
▪ Excision and Downlink – Reploid (Document One Remix)
▪ Pascal Mollin – The Elephant (Pan Pot Remix)
▪ Pan-Pot – Face To Face
▪ Hardwell & Nicky Romero – Bèta
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