New Danny Brown remix by Robots Can’t Dance. Tons of goodness in this one. Baltimore Club drums, Danny Brown being Danny Brown, great programming. Enjoy this mid-day snack.
Danny Brown – Blunt After Blunt (Robots Can’t Dance Bootleg)
More great house jams today. This time reworking another hip hop staple from yesteryear, 50 Cent & Nate Dogg’s 21 Questions. Dope remix from SNBRN. Get more SNBRN jams on the facebook.
50 Cent – 21 Questions (SNBRN Remix)
Kulkid (France) brings us a sick house remix of one of the tracks we all had memorized at one point in our life. You don’t have to be ashamed of it. I actually did this rap in front of my class in 4th or 5th grade for a music project. I nailed it too, obviously.
Hop on the Kulkid facebook for more free downloads.
Coolio – Gangsta’s Paradise (Kulkid Remix)
No, no, I didn’t forget about this series. I’ve been vacation and then at Pitchfork Festival all weekend. This week’s Ilictromix comes to us from Dallas native, Bobby Green.
ZXX, Paul Anthony – Drink by the Jug
Nom de Strip – Techno Saturday
Diplo – Pull up Dat Booty
Skrillex – Stranger
Nom de Strip – I Can’t Believe
Diplo – Freak
Tujamo – Hey Mister
Duck Sauce – Mondo
Bobby Green – Drug Testing
Knife Party – Lrad
TJR, VINAI – Bounce Generation
MIA – YALA (Bro Safari & Valentino Khan Remix)
Milo & Otis – #FESTMUNCH
LAXX – Brainbug (MUST DIE! Remix)
Bro Safari – That A$$
Major Lazer – Aerosol Can
Calippo – Back There (EDX’s Dubai Skyline Remix)
Kevin Prise, Crazibiza – Reach Out (Leston Remix)
Hoxton Whores, Melleefresh – Let’s Get Dirty (Crazibiza Dub Remix)
Bobby Green – Goin’ Crazy
Iggy Azalea – Fancy (GTA Remix)
Usher – Good Kisser (Disclosure Remix)
Bobby Green – Changing Me
Bobby Green – My PT Cruiser is DOPE
Autoerotique – LZRFNK
EDX – Blessed
Tiger La – Now You Know (Bobby Green Remix)
Jessie Ware – Running (Disclosure Remix)
Wolfgang Gartner – There and Back
Jay Frog, Melleefresh – Peekaboo
Wolfgang Gartner - Latin Fever
Le trio FJAAK, que nous avions découvert avec “Hot It Like It’s Drop”, leur superbe edit House du titre de Snoop & Pharrell, est de retour avec ces 2 titres Techno sur le label berlinois de Modeselektor : 50WEAPONS.
Une approche futuriste de la production tout en conservant un gros background et une teinte oldschool, voilà comment résumer FJAAK et ce très bon “Don’t Leave Me” qui tourne en boucle sur ma platine depuis quelques jours. Vous pouvez vous proccurer cet EP via le site web du label.
After releasing his outstanding single, “Questions,” and performing at The Hudson Project earlier this month, the NYC transplant, Panic Bomber, continues to build upon his budding career as he readies a slew of releases across house-related genres, while focusing on a new hybrid DJ/live performance incorporating live production. As a collaborator with our own Troy Kurtz on the Kurtz & Bomber project, and resident for the famed Slap & Tickle party in Miami, this dance music aficionado flexes his refined taste for a captivating hour of deep grooves on this week’s guest mix. Keep an eye on Panic Bomber as he makes his ascent in the dance music world.
Leon Vynehall – Butterflies
Hvck – Cold Ross Pt 1 & 2
James Brown – There Was a Time (Panic Bomber Extended Remix)
LTMDTW x Jesse Boykins III – The Rain (Celsius Remix)
Little Freaky Things – Nightfall (Joaan Remix)
Dale Howard – Rhymes365
U know & The Drill – Floor Sweeper
Panic Bomber – Question
Bicep – Snackbar
SecondCity – I’ll Tell You
Woz – Breathe
Purple Velvet – Remedy
Lancelot – Ain’t Nothin’ Goin’ on But the Rent (feat. Ngaiire) (Playmode Remix)
Fauvrelle – Call Me Back
Kölsch – Cassiopeia (feat. Gregor Schwellenbach)
• SBTRKT announces new album Wonder Where We Land
• Flying Lotus teases new album, You’re Dead
• Hudson Mohawke returns to Warp with Chimes
SBTRKT announces new album Wonder Where We Land
SBTRKT has announced the release of his second album.
Posting a video teaser on Monday night, it’s now confirmed that the London producer will release ‘Wonder Where We Land’ on September 22.
Coming out on Young Turks, it’s a collaboration-heavy LP featuring regular collaborator Sampha, Jessie Ware, Andrew Ashong, A$AP Ferg, Warpaint and Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig.
See the tracklist and listen to the ‘New Dorp New York’ collaboration with Koenig below.
01. Day 1
02. Wonder Where We Land feat. Sampha
04. Higher feat. Raury
05. Day 5
06. Look Away feat. Caroline Polachek
07. Osea feat. Koreless
08. Temporary View feat. Sampha
09. New Dorp. New York feat. Ezra Koenig
10. Everybody Knows
11. Problem (Solved) feat. Jessie Ware
12. If It Happens feat. Sampha
13. Gon Stay feat. Sampha
14. The Light feat. Denai Moore
15. Voices In My Head feat. A$AP Ferg & Warpaint
Deluxe version bonus tracks:
02. Paper Cuts feat. Raury
03. War Drums feat. Warpaint
04. Spaced Out feat. Boogie
05. Maybe feat. Andrew Ashong & Sampha
Flying Lotus teases new album, You’re Dead
Flying Lotus has released more information regarding his new album.
A new web page has been created by FlyLo, providing viewers with the confirmed October 6/7 album release date, along with various tour bookings and the title ‘You’re Dead’.
The new album has been long awaited by the public, and with with FlyLo stating ‘I don’t know of anything else that sounds like this record out right now’ a short time ago, we are left wondering what the distinctive producer has waiting for us.
For more information, click here.
Hudson Mohawke returns to Warp with Chimes
The title track, which you can stream below, has been a staple of Hudson Mohawke’s DJ sets for a while now. It’ll see release alongside a hardstyle re-edit from Gammer and two more original cuts: “Brainwave” and “King Kong Beaver.” The Scottish producer will also perform a Chimes live show in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 23rd, though full details are still TBA.
The news arrives at the same time as another big Warp announcement, with Flying Lotus revealing details about his next album for the label.
03. King Kong Beaver
04. Chimes (Gammer Re-Edit)
Warp Records will release Chimes on September 30th, 2014.
Another heater from Spanish producers Pional and John Talabot.
You might remember Abu Ashley from before when we wrote about his track “Asmaa.” Now he shares his highly anticipated debut EP by the same name, which is out now on [par.ka] records. Really interesting tidbit about the EP – it was engineered by Tanner Ross (Soul Clap/Wolf + Lamb) who we’ve had the distinct pleasure of interviewing before here at Discobelle. Comprised of two originals along with two remixes, Abu’s Asmaa EP is experimental yet club-friendly, minimalistic yet meticulously intricate. Stream the full EP below.
Asmaa EP Tracklisting:
A1 – Asmaa (Original Mix)
B1 – Asmaa (Alexi Delano Remix)
B2 – Hussein Online (Vinyl Mix)
* Nado Heights (Original Mix) [Digital Exclusive]
Abu’s homegrown Middle Eastern flair for music and fashion helped him develop the signature habibi house sound he’s been championing. The past few months has seen Abu spin everywhere from the infamous Output in Brooklyn down to the Shore Club in Miami, where he’s shared the decks alongside dance music greats like Matthew Dear, Tiga, Pearson Sound, Dusky, and Kim Ann Foxman. He’ll be performing a Boiler Room set on Wednesday, July 30th and again at Le Bain on August 4th before jetting over to Europe later this summer where he’ll be opening up for Crystal Castles during Berlin Music Week.
Summer anthem – it’s been said before but I truly feel like it’s true in the case of this remix. New York’s Bobby Green is back this summer with his signature upbeat electro-pop sound. He’s linked up with London’s Tiger La to remix her single “Now You Know”. Put your hands up for this one.
Evol Intent smashes it hard with this new freebie – “Under The Radar” is a ragga-inspired 170 BPM half-time DnB wild card that throws a wrench in the auditory system. This is modern, unexpected drum and bass, that also manages to have a hefty dose of throwback attitude. The vocals and drums all harken back to the drum and bass of yore, but the growling, bitcrunched synths and random spiraling computer noises are so future forward. The structure leans toward loose, but it simply adds to the basement party vibe that “Under The Radar” throws forth. Free download above!