So much fucking food! Happy black Friday to everyone out there, the Bender must go on...
Boys Noize - Arcade Robot (Sound Remedy Remix)
Adam Freeland - 15 Do You - PANTyRAiD Remix
Teenage Bad Girl - Keep Up With You (Lifelike Remix)
Nadastrom - Diabluma Theme
Ill.Gates, Beat Antique - Alleyway (Original Mix)
Woodkid - Iron (Trumpdisco Remix)
Tre - Calvin & Hobbes (Halls Of Classic Remix)
Jeff Buckley - Dream Brother (Azedia Remix)
Angus and Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane CONTINUE READING
The Australian group Sneaky Sound System is back at it again. Miss Connie Mitchell and Black Angus are currently working on their third album, From Here To Anywhere, which will be released in September of 2011. The first single, We Love, is out now on beatport along with some killer remixes from the likes of The Aston Shuffle, Jacob Plant, Pleasurekraft, and Bart B More. I can't wait to hear what SSS has in store for us for the rest of the album. I can feel it, September is going to be a good CONTINUE READING
And yet again, Bart B More makes love to his decks and births this massive BANGER! This track has the perfect balance of vocals and bass. A remix B More made for the Devil’s Town EP on Secure Records, a label by B More himself, brilliant! This remix by B More is extremely awesome and progressive, now go grab yourself a copy. With the original, banging club remix by Bart B More and a groovy disco style one by musical house head RipTide. Besides that a smashing new original by Baskerville called CONTINUE READING
Not much noise from Bart B More in the past couple of months after the huge summer he had last year with his highly anticipated experimental track “Brap.” Bart returns with a glitchy Electro track called “Traction” which employs Bart’s typical loud distorted bass line leads and plenty of madness around the lead to keep you interested. Listen at about 0:30 where the melodic and relaxing breakdown builds into the smörgåsbord of insanity. I’m glad that this track was finally fully CONTINUE READING
Ever since they teased me a few weeks ago with the preview I’ve been craving this DADA LIFE track. As usual it has their signature Dada Life touch, with a heavy synth rhythm and a driving bass line that will keep your soul engaged and slice your eardrums wide open! Personally this is one of my favorite tracks from them to date. Anything this Swedish electro house duo touches is gold. One thing’s for sure; nobody does synths quite like the DADA. Besos!
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