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Hi

I heard this great slowed down remix of Azealia Banks‘s new single, Chasing Time by Hyper François.

It’s all I love, mesmerizing synth and vocals all over, it’s seriously addictive.

It made me remember these two other remixes of Azealia Banks that I really like so I thought I’d share them too of course !

An all time favorite, by no other than Kaytranada

And this now almost 3 years old but still as fresh as yesterday edit by Ren Riz

Enjoy!
-@LRNT_

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Bootleg (Bordeaux) //  Samedi 20 décembre // 00h-06h //  5€ avant 1H / 8€ (+2€ d’adhésion) // Plus d’infos sur Facebook

Pour finir le week-end en beauté, on file au Bootleg samedi soir afin d’assister à la première soirée Ground ! Cochez cette date du 20 décembre dans votre agenda : Melja, le prodigieux DJ et producteur parisien récemment signé sur le très respecté label new-yorkais Mister Saturday Night, sera accompagné des copains Maarius et Baron qui se chargeront du reste.

Melja (SEML, Mister Saturday Night) se place dans cette nouvelle vague de producteurs dont la musique même semble programmée pour le club. Son univers allie à la perfection un son brut, noir et poussiéreux, à des sonorités ambiantes déstructurées et planantes. Dernière signature en date de Mister Saturday Night qui héberge entre autres Anthony Naples ou Archie Pelago, il vient d’y sortir son premier EP « Steady Mobbin » merveilleusement dansant et qui, on l’espère, va marquer le début d’un parcours musical riche… aussi riche que sa casquette de DJ avec laquelle Melja ne cesse d’impressionner grâce à son sens du rythme et ses sélections musicales qui flirtent avec ce que nos amis Bouddhistes appellent le Nirvana. On a déjà hâte d’y être.

Places à gagner : Electrocorp vous a réservé 2×2 places pour assister gratuitement à cet événement. Pour participer, rien de plus simple, il suffit d’envoyer un mail à antwan.electrocorp (at) gmail.com avec comme objet « Welcome to Ground ». Les gagnants seront informés vendredi dans la soirée. Bonne chance !

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Iboat (Bordeaux) //  Vendredi 19 décembre // 00h-06h //  Préventes // Plus d’infos sur Facebook

Ce vendredi, on se prépare pour la deuxième édition de la résidence Wide By Tuff Wheelz au cours de laquelle la scène House & Techno londonienne sera une nouvelle fois à l’honneur. Après le duo Dense & Pika, c’est donc au tour du tout aussi excellent Alex Green aka Boddika (Swamp81, Nonplus) d’enflammer la cale de l’IBoat.

Boddika, pour les non avertis, c’est d’abord Al X Bleek ou la moitié du génialissime duo de Drum ‘n’ Bass Instra:Mental. Ensemble, ils ont marqué au fer rouge la scène anglo-saxonne avec des tracks aussi mythiques que « Watching You », « Futurist » ou encore « Tramma ». Dans la lignée, Alex Green s’essaie à une carrière solo sans qu’on lui reconnaisse véritablement le succès qu’il mérite. Ce n’est que quelques années plus tard qu’il se lance dans un nouveau projet situé quelque part entre Techno dark et House profonde. Le grand Boddika, digne héritier de Kraftwerk, Juan Atkins et compagnie, était né. Friand de machines analogues qu’il collectionne et manie tel un virtuose, sa musique futuriste rongée d’effets hypnotiques et de rythmiques enivrantes frôle la perfection, la vraie. On lui doit de nombreux titres magistraux comme « Heat » ou ses collaborations avec Joy Orbison parmi lesquelles « Mercy ». Et rien que pour ça, on remercie Tuff Wheelz pour ce booking de  haute volée.

Tuff Wheelz, justement, et Abramovič, complèteront ce plateau XXL pour un aller-retour galactique dans les bas-fonds orgasmiques de la Techno et de la House. Vivement le week-end, donc !

Places à gagner : chez Electrocorp, on fête Noël avant l’heure en vous offrant 2×2 places. Pour participer, rien de plus simple, il suffit d’envoyer un mail à antwan.electrocorp (at) gmail.com ayant pour objet « Mercy Tuff Wheelz ». Les gagnants seront informés vendredi dans la matinée. Que les meilleurs gagnent !

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what so not

 

This Australian duo has been taking over the electronic world over the past year.  The combination of the unique sounds of collaborators Flume and Emoh Instead have proven to be exactly what the people want.  A act with releases spanning the past four years, What So Not is a sound you won’t want to miss at SNOWGLOBE 2014.

Let’s start with “High You Are.”  This is the track that really put their efforts into the public grasp.  Those quirky synths and irresistible melody we’re too much too pass up for the likes of BranchezMotez and many more big names.  Their remixes helped spread the What So Not message to much avail.

Enter “Touched” and “Jaguar.”  These tunes blew up during the first half of 2013, noted for their characteristic blend of future and trap elements.  You couldn’t go to a festival or show without hearing one of these tracks dropped, both blurring genre lines.

The latest smash single from What So Not was a collaboration track with RL Grime.  Arguably their best, and definitely their most popular, this bass-heavy track has transcended as most-played in 2014.  Needless to say, don’t miss this set.  Whether or not the duo is complete, the jams will still be flowing at SNOWGLOBE 2014.

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New York natives Solidisco are back on the scene with trifecta of funk, dropping (3) FREE tracks in their Ready Look Choose giveaway EP. Used throughout their DJ sets this year, the EP is a fun handful of high energy disco house tracks, as well as a great way to close out the year for the duo. Enjoy!

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With previous releases on Skrillex’s Nest label, and a stand out remix of Adam F & Cory Enemy’s “When It Comes To You,” Los Angeles’ emerging producer/DJ, Rags, continues to show great promise with his tasteful brand of bass music that was born out of hip-hop, trap, and club influences. Today, he’s coming through with this week’s GDD™ Guest Mix that he’s dubbed, “I’ll Be With You Till The Lights Turn On.” Rags keeps the energy up and the track selection diverse as he takes listeners on a bass-filled ride through custom edits/mashups, and tracks from the likes of Mr. Carmack, Rustie, Club Cheval, Giraffage, Mr. Oizo, and even The Beatles as the mix winds down and the lights turn on. Listen/download below and check the tracklist after the jump.

 

Tracklist:
Sophie – Bipp (EDIT)
Zinc – Show Me (A.G. Cook Remix)
Mr. Carmack – get the fuck out my face
Geotheory – onmymind
Kendrick – Backseat Freestyle (mashup)
Sebastian – H.A.L. (mashup)
Giraffage – Be With You
Rustie – Bonuzz (Bonus Track for Japan)
Baauer – Floreana
Kanye – I Am A God (EDIT)
Lil Mystic – good intent – ☯「陰陽シンボル」☯
LooKas x SMLE – 6 A.M.
Nguzunguzu – Harp Bell
Two Fresh – Blimpus (Lil Texas Remix)
Rihanna – Jump (Club Cheval Remix feat Theophilus London)
Machinedrum – Center Your Love (DJ Paypal Remix)
A.G. Cook – HAD 1 (Club Mix)
TASO – SaxXx 160bpm D#
Drake – Crew Love (160 DJ Edit ) [DJ Paypal]
Sartana – Eat That
Mr. Oizo – Bear Biscuit
Chris Brown – (Hoodboi Remix)
Adam F & Cory Enemy Ft. Margot – When It Comes To You (Rags Remix)
Surkin – Tiger Rhythm (mashup)
Robyn – Do It Again (mashup)
Lido x ZHU – Faded (Rustie Hook Flip)
ABSRDST – Love In The Making
8mm – Around the Sun (Geek Boy’s Jersey Club Remix)
Lil Mystic – liz Y2K (lil Mystic Remix)
Danny Brown – Smokin & Drinkin (Boys Noize Smokin Mix)
Porkchop – Bring In The Cats!!! * * SIIICK BMORE CLUB
Doss – The Way I Feel (Life Sim Remix)
Mapei – Don’t Wait (Giraffage Remix)
DIVERSA – Fishnet
Mr. Carmack – reputation
Hundred Waters – Thistle (AraabMuzik remix)
Asa & Stumbleine – Without You (ZES Remix)
TOKiMONSTA – Steal My Attention
Janet Jackson – If (Kaytranada Remix)
Notorious BIG – Sky’s The Limit
Kelela – Send Me Out [Prod. Kingdom]
The Beatles – Good Night
AFX – rhubarb orc. 19.53 rev

 

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BBC Radio 1’s Residency reveals line-up for 2015
• Listen to a New Track from Nina Kraviz
• Berlin Techno Prodigal Son Marek Hemmann Announces Live Bittersweet North American Tour
• Dean Grenier, Hej Fund, and Eprom Launch New Label, Sister City Limited; Hear the First Release

 

BBC Radio 1’s Residency reveals line-up for 2015

BBC Radio 1’s Residency returns in 2015 with a line-up that includes some of the best DJs and producers of the moment. Beginning on January 8, Radio 1’s eight Resident DJs for 2015 are:

Flying Lotus

George FitzGerald

Hannah Wants 

Heidi

Jon Hopkins

Kaytranada

Skream

Solomun

Radio 1’s Residency is the strand that brings listeners the biggest names in electronic music – from the underground to the arena, and airs on Radio 1 in two slots on Thursday nights between 10pm – midnight and midnight – 1am. Flying Lotus is paired with Kaytranada, Skream with Hannah Wants, Heidi with Solomun and George FitzGerald with Jon Hopkins.

Skream and Heidi are already on the Radio 1 Residency DJ roster and George FitzGerald returns after a stint at the beginning of 2014. The other names will take over from Moxie, Sohn, Jackmaster, Martin Garrix, Steve Angello and James Blake.

Kaytranada says: “During my highschool days, I used to listen to my favourite DJs mixes on BBC and now, here I am. Damn. I’m going to play the best music for y’all.”

Hannah Wants says: “So so happy to be a part of Radio 1′s Residency. I’m really excited to be able to share my sound on such a great platform. Thank you BBC Radio 1!”

Solomun, says: “It’s a big honour being asked to be part of BBC Radio 1’s Residency and I didn’t hesitate a second – I can’t wait to get started.”

Flying Lotus, says: “I still can’t believe this is about to happen. It’ll be a pleasure to invade the UK airwaves for the months ahead.”

Rhys Hughes, Head of Programmes, Radio 1 & 1Xtra says: “In 2014 Radio 1’s Resident DJs brought our audience an incredibly diverse mix of music from the dance music world. To continue in this vein for 2015 we’ve enlisted a who’s who of the most exciting DJ and production talent in the world. It is a stellar, global line-up that demonstrates the breadth of dance music across Radio 1.”

Transmission details:

Thursday 8 January 201: 10pm – Skream, midnight – Hannah Wants

Thursday 15 January 2015: 10pm – Flying Lotus, midnight – Kaytranada

Thursday 22 January 2015: 10pm – George FitzGerald, midnight – Jon Hopkins

Thursday 29 January 2015: 10pm – Heidi, midnight – Solomun

(via BBC)

 

Listen to a New Track from Nina Kraviz

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Russian-born producer/DJ Nina Kraviz has shared a full stream of “IMPRV,” a driving cut which arrives as part of the inaugural release from her newly launched трип label and is also set to appear on the artist’s forthcoming DJ-Kicks mix album. One of two Kraviz productions included on The Deviant Octopus, the double-EP compilation which kicks off her трип imprint, “IMPRV” is a sharply focused dancefloor outing, one which peppers echoed vocals over a base of rounded synth sequences and an array of crisp hats.

Out now on The Deviant Octopus compilation, “IMPRV” can be streamed in full below. The track—along with all seven other cuts included on the double-EP collection—will also appear on Kraviz’s upcoming contribution to the DJ-Kicks series when it lands on January 26 via !K7.

(via XLR8R)

 

Berlin Techno Prodigal Son Marek Hemmann Announces Live Bittersweet North American Tour

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East Germany’s sound selector and techno prodigal son, Marek Hemmann, has finally arrived stateside; first with his titan release Bittersweet,  out now on Ultra Music, and now the official launch of his North American live Bittersweet tour, hitting Output (NY), The Roxy (LA) and more.

Hemmann may be viewed as a minimalist, but through this technique he has created a true monster with sound bending of epic proportions. Bittersweet embodies that of a germanic soul filled with euphoric rhythms, experimental ambient sound structuring, iconic Berlin driving techno swells, funky bouncing melodies and potent synth licks. With a collection of song titles like “Lindwurm”, “Zunder” and “Ratis”, this record is a true work of art that will take you on a journey evoking emotions of the deepest senses, like a scrapbook of life.

Now having his sight firmly on North America, Hemmann looks to bring The Bittersweet Tour to America for the first time, where fans will witness the recreation of every emotion displayed on the mammoth album live. The live tour will be hitting historical cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, where Marek will finally have a chance to do what he does best, playing the music he loves and holds dearest to his heart, while living and breathing the vast lands of flourishing electronic freedom; a land that Marek once was denied as an East German.

Influenced by 90’s synthesizers, samplers and a world of abundant acoustic sounds across all  spectrums, Hemmann has carved a career only one could dream of playing at Germany’s most prestigious festivals like SonneMondSterne, Nature One, Hurricane and Southside to name a few, as well as travel across Europe for his Bittersweet tour 2014 making big plays as far as Portugal to Russia.

Get a taste of Marek Hemmann with this live video:

Tour Dates
01/22 New York, NY @ Output
01/23 Chicago, IL @ Primary
01/24 Montreal, QC @ Velvet Speakeasy
01/30 Seattle, WA @ Re-Ba
01/31 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

Bittersweet Track List

  1. Xativa
  2. Mars
  3. Zunder
  4. Linder Wurm
  5. Topper
  6. Endless
  7. Hooray
  8. Ratis
  9. Stripped
  10. Meadow

 

Dean Grenier, Hej Fund, and Eprom Launch New Label; Hear the First Release

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Dean GrenierHej Fund, and Eprom—who together form the West Coast production unitSister City—have announced the launch of a new label, Sister City Limited, and shared details of its inaugural release. The imprint will reportedly serve as a platform for the trio’s own productions (described as “electronic environments inspired by brutalist urban architecture, improvised, hardware-session fever dreams, and new frontiers in an immersive venue experience”) and material from like-minded artists. The outpost’s inaugural single finds Grenier partnering with Max Ulis on a-side cut “The Face You Wear is Not Your Own” and with Sergio Levels for “Hard Water” on the flip; both tracks can be heard in full below.

A digital version of “The Face You Wear is Not Your Own” b/w “Hard Water” can already be grabbed here via Sister City’s Bandcamp, and will become more widely available beginning in January. A solo EP from Hej Fund is also scheduled to drop in February 2015, followed by the first official release from the Sister City trio in March.

(via XLR8R)

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We’ve seen many remixes of Flight Facilities thrown around in the past weeks.  Guys like Lido and HNNY have both put their stamp on “Two Bodies” to the delight of listeners everywhere.  Today, we’re stoked to bring you the missing link in the remix spectrum.  Our good buddy and Los Angeles native Modus has graced us with an exclusive download of his take on the aforementioned “Two Bodies.”  He repurposes the simple, yet beautiful melody into a churning tech-house piece, incorporating the ethereal vocals in the ladder half to tie everything together.

This one truly is made for the club, so expect to be hearing it at one near you. Speaking of which, you can catch Modus at one of his upcoming Los Angeles shows:

  • (1/2/15) Frenzy Afterhours at Avalon
  • (1/21/15) Clinic at Couture with Anthony Attalla 

Modus Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter | Free Download

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We’ve been fans of Kulkid ever since we heard the frenetic “U Were The One” and his remixes of pop princesses Britney Spears and Monica & Brandy. Now he’s back with a new original single that’s very much influenced by the current musical climate. This melodic tropical house tune is all about getting sexy with someone and indeed, listening to “Let’s Love Baby” will make you want to get sexy.

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Two of my favorite people IRL and very talented producers Viceroy and BONES have a new mix out via Fool’s Gold under their new project moniker Los Ghosts. Think dark house, maybe erring close to Ghetto Tech and you’ll get a feel for what Los Ghosts is all about. The mix is 16 tracks including two Los Ghosts originals “Go Low” and “Musique.” Stream it below and get that booty shaking.

TRACKLIST:
1. Linden Jay & Shift K3Y – Krusty
2. Destructo – Dare You 2 Move (Jack Beats Dub)
3. Boot Action – Bosun
4. Los Ghosts – Go Low
5. Pete Graham & Lorenzo – Marina Gasolina (808 Refix)
6. Marshall Jefferson – Move Your Body (Tchami Tribute)
7. Prince – Funknroll (Chris Lake Edit)
8. Jesse Slayter & Wuki – That’s Right
9. Tiga – Bugatti (Torren Foot Remix)
10. Amtrac – Those Days (VIP)
11. Three Bar – Movin’
12. Los Ghosts – Musique
13. Camelphat – The Act
14. Thee Cool Cats & BONES – G Stack
15. Vintage Culture, Earstrip & Torha – Voices
16. Jessie Ware – You & I (Shift K3Y Remix)

BONUS: Los Ghosts – Go Low

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Three free joints from that lads at Solidisco, just in time to stock you DJ crates for the holidays! ‘Ready’ kicks things off with a crushing low-end and some funk laden sample sources that amp the energy way up… pure peak time disco banger. Next up, ‘Look’ is a fantastic, groovy rework of one of my faves from Miss Patrice Rushen, while we close up shop with the good times bounce of ‘Choose,’ which is straight up classy fun!

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Jersey Club Music Don, DJ Sliink, comes correct with his take on Nadus’ – ‘Nxwxrk,’ which is forthcoming on the ‘Broke City Deluxe EP’ via Pelican Fly. Featuring everything you come to expect from Jersey Club including relentless kicks, chirpy vocal snips and crushing snare rolls. Keep your eyes peeled, drops in the new year.

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The ever on-point imprint, Nang Records, recently celebrated it’s fifth anniversary with a retrospective compilation entitled ‘We Are Five.’ Now, just in time for the holidays, we’re blessed with a fab little remix EP that features the talents of Nang mainstays like Pete Herbert, DJ Rocca, Danielle Baldelli, Phil Oakey, Hiem and Sare Havlicek.

ALl the versions here a tight, classy and aimed steadily at making asses shake, my personal favorite comes in the form of Pete Herbert’s remix of Danielle Baldelli & DJ Rocca’s ‘Real Like The Music.’ It’s chunky synth bass and slinky guitar riffs provide a retro frame work for some swagger laden vocal work while the bouncy percussion chugs along at the perfect pace. The cosmic, balearic-disco stylings of Ichisan’s remix of DPluse’s ‘More’ lend a gorgeous, melancholic air… something that works equally well for warm up or chill down DJ sets.

As an added bonus, the lovely folks at Nang offered this premiere, free download of CLNBRK’s remix of Acos Coolkas’ ‘Free Flight.’

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Italian tag team Stabber and Lazy Ants collaborate on the track “Never A Joy” which is being released for free on Lucky Beard as an early Christmas gift from today until December 23rd – it’s a hard hitting almost manic track with a galloping beat, cut up vocals and raved up breaks.

BONUS: Check out their genius and evil bass riddled take on the cocaine anthem “Coco” by US rapper O.T. Genasis.

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Jared Jensen is a graphic designer focusing on edmonton web design and freelancing.