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Each Breath by Freddie Joachim


You know the drill. I got new music from Freddie Joachim called "Each Breath." Beat the heat with this new summer tune. Hit play for a very familiar sample.



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Black To White (feat. Miss Palmer) by Felix Cartal


Felix Cartal has uploaded a full track preview to his upcoming 3rd single “Black To White”, on his official SoundCloud page. “Black To White," featuring Miss Palmer, falls back onto the pop influences of the first single “Don’t Turn On The Lights”. Branded with cute girls, b&w photography and red balloons, the concept for the album is strong, consistent and memorable. (via Dim Mak)



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Open by Rhye


Details are being withheld about the identities of the duo behind Rhye. They live in LA, but both have European backgrounds; they’re signed to Innovative Leisure, and they’re both members of other (possibly well-known) bands. The singer’s voice may be recognizable to some: it’s immaculate. “Open” is Rhye’s first offering, a really lovingly and delicately sung request for someone to stay conscious so you can make out. I think it includes the love-lyric, I’m a fool for your belly, which, on top of all these gentle strings and dancing harp lines, is so uncomplicatedly sweet it makes me sick to my stomach about every half-nice thing I’ve said that should’ve been more direct. (via The FADER) 



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Chasin' by Sander van Doorn


Sander Van Doorn, the king of progressive house and trance is back with his first release of the new year. He had an extremely successful 2011, with releases such as “Love is Darkness”, “Koko” and a huge collaboration with Laidback Luke, entitled “Who’s Wearing the Cap?” His new track “Chasin',” features an uplifting melody, great bass line, and synths that will keep you dancing until the early hours of the morning. (via Electrify Mag)



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Levels In Reverse (George Monev Edit) by Avicii


George Monev made quite a simple edit to the most famous electronic song of 2011 and the results were completely refreshing. Even with reversing just the strings on Avicii’s Levels, the song stays true to it is original feel and dynamics, with a much more playful tone. (via Music Ninja)

 
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February 2012 Special Mix by Nicky Romero


Nicky Romero celebrating a milestone after hitting 50K followers on Twitter. His sign of appreciation? An exclusive and very special DJ mix, 60 minutes of the latest hits out on circulation, specially made for the fans. Hit the link below to stream and download. 



Track List:

01. Jack Back feat. David Guetta & Nicky Romero & Sia – Wild One Two
02. ID – ID
03. Sander van Doorn – Chasin’
04. Avicii & Nicky Romero – Nicktim
05. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Remix)
06. Hardwell – Spaceman
07. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj – Turn Me On (Michael Calfan Remix)
08. Tommy Trash – Cascade
09. Bingo Players – L’Amour
10. Nicky Romero – Generation 303
11. Skrillex & The Doors – Breakin’ A Sweat (It’s Alright) (Zedd Remix)
12. Nicky Romero – Toulouse
13. Albin Myers – Hells Bells
14. Dannic – Doster

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Walking Synapse (Dragon & Jontron Bootleg) by Deadmau5 vs. Dirty South


It’s pretty hard to mention electronica music in the city of Denver without automatically thinking of Dragon and Jontron. While Dragon’s career is substantially longer than Jontron, but Jontron has already made quite the name for himself as well. Together, the two have been creating monster tracks, and tearing up dance floors as a DJ duo. 

This track was a little mash-up they did as a free giveaway for their Facebook fans. Simply put, it’s their combination of Deadmau5′s "Aural Psynapse" and Dirty South’s "Walking Alone." Enjoy the ride. (via The Music Ninja)



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Porcelain (Acoustic) by Moby


Summer's just around the corner.

 
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Easy Way Out by Gotye


We’ve had our eye on Wally DeBacker aka Gotye for a long while. Watch as his shares with us today, “Easy Way Out,” a video nine months in the making but only two minutes in length. This is the new video for the new Gotye song and it is difficult footsteps to follow in, given the runaway world-wide success of the video "Somebody I Used To Know." But this is nearly as compelling. And a fine song to boot.


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Psilo by Pasta Groove


Presenting the future of Original Pinoy Music or OPM. Paolo Garcia more known as Pasta Groove is always busy brewing up what clearly is the future of local production. Cycling through old vinyl records and chopping them up in order to create that perfect beat to embody what we consider very good music. "Psilo" is his latest offering and it does not stray-away from greatness. It's all sorts of chill and it instantly melts in the ear just like candy. Alongside soulful vocals of Armi Mallari from Up Dharma Down, it just doesn't get any fresher than this. Music for the soul. 



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The Morning (Sango Remix) by The Weeknd


Sango has been on a roll with his remix productions over the past 12 months. But out of all of the artists and track selections, the biggest responses have came from his refixes of The Weeknd. Sango remixed 3 tracks within a time span and all 3 tracks we're recognized and shared by The Weeknd himself. How dope is that? In response to all the positive feedback, Sango recently decided that he was going to complete a whole remix project of standout tracks from The Weeknd. Here we have a new perspective of "The Morning" that pretty much sounds like it could've been on the original release. (via Soulection)



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Happiness by Sam Sparro


Serviced to Aussie radio recently, "Happiness" is the lead single from Sam Sparro's second album Return To Paradise.



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Futile Devices (Shigheto Remix) by Sufjan Stevens


Brooklyn based producer Shigeto's latest experiment is a step in an almost untouched direction- into The Age of Adz by Sufjan Stevens. Shigeto’s remix of “Futile Devices” is almost a new song entirely. The original parts are chopped, cut, and pasted to almost twice the length of the original track. 

 His subtle additions really add to the song’s melody without overpowering it; keeping in focus that Shigeto doesn’t just remix other people’s music, he creates it himself. The synth textures bob and weave to fill out blank spaces and give the song a cloudy, lazy day, kind of feel... Will you look at that, perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon like today. (via The Music Ninja)



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Calling (Losing My Mind) by Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso


Two of dance music heavy weights, Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso, have joined forces in summer 2011 on the smash single “Calling;” a seething maelstrom of synths and white noise that delivers on all levels and takes no prisoners. Rising like a frothing tidal wave of sonic force from the darkly churning sea of dance music, “Calling” stands head and shoulders above all, propelling you to places other tracks won't even know exist. (via HousePlanet.DJ)   

Finally it's time to unveil vocal edit of this hit. Just in time to kickstart the Saturday night. Here it is, without further adieu, Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso featuring the vocals of Ryan Tedder with "Calling (Lose My Mind)."



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Preview: Eyes Wide Open (Lenno Remix) by Dirty South & Thomas Gold


Kick-off your Saturday night with this preview of a brand new Lenno remix of "Eyes Wide Open" by Dirty South and Thomas Gold.


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Slam The Door by Zedd


German bred Zedd has put his foot down with an original titled "Slam The Door." Out on OWSLA records this one track exclusive makes for good tense listening. The kicks are relentless and the vocals seemed to be sampled from an old black and white 1920′s tv show or modern remake of old show? Overall its fun in and out pumping track action make for lots of fist pumping drunken glory. (via Stoney Roads)


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Drop The Pressure (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #14) by Mylo


In the lifting spirit of the festival season, our boys Dada Life have sent us their new Guerilla Fart #14 to give to you dirty dancers. This time, the crazy Swedes have taken the classic “Drop The Pressure” by Mylo and sent it straight through the grinds of the sausage fattener. Presto. DADA. (via GDD)



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Pop Dance (Challenger) by Skrillex


"Pop Dance" otherwise known as Challenger is a new unreleased banger by Skrillex that I discovered while surfing the web. The track was featured at the end of the Skrillex's Mothership Forum's website launch video, and is supposedly going to be on his next EP release, Voltage EP. This track is more chilled-out and has more of an electro-house type of sound, but it still has that slow BPM so it'd probably be classified as dubstep still. (via iBrostep)



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Snimbe (The Polish Ambassador Remix) by Tama (Mali)


This is a Polish Ambassador remix of the African ballad, "Snimbe" by Tama (Mali). This is unlike any track produced under The Polish Ambassador alias. A softer, yet danceable track that tugs at your emotions and will hopefully stick with you for years to come. Without further ado, have a listen and get this sweet heartfelt tune in your next mix asap.



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Who Are You (Lee Bannon Remix) by Bilal


Sacramento producer Lee Bannon is here to continue the Plug Research label’s winning streak this week with an eerie, experimental remix of Bilal’s “Who Are You." The remix, released via Soundcloud to hype Bannon’s forthcoming Fantastic Plastic, sets Bilal’s vocals over some distinctly extraterrestrial soul, with nearly subliminal drums coexisting with big, wide open bass notes, making for a sound I can only describe as “vintage Martian Motown.” It’s an interesting and original track to be sure, and it serves a dual purpose of getting us pumped up for Bannon’s album and reminding the world at large that it would be fantastic if we didn’t have to wait nine years for the next Bilal album. (via Potholes In My Blog)



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Mixtape: Black Fist Fridays by Q-Tip


Ain’t no stopping Hot 97′s Black Fist Fridays. And this week, Q-Tip was the special guest who jumped on the 1′s & 2′s for today’s mix. The last of the hip-hop legends to hit the Hot 97 throwback to honor Black History Month.



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Your Song (Butch Clancy Dubstep Remix) by Ellie Goulding


These days, it seems as if the stereotype of a dubstep song is waiting for a drop. Indeed, that tends to be the case for many songs in the genre. The half human half subwoofer, Butch Clancy’s new remix of “Your Song” by Ellie Goulding is a prime example of how the womp, womp, wobble build-up should be executed. (via Indie Shuffle)



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LP: Clouds by Apollo Brown


Clouds is a collection of beats (28 to be be exact) that clocks in at just under 53 minutes, and it’s the perfect soundtrack to bring spring in. Take one listen to “Shoot The Heart” and you will be amazed at how much is truly going on behind the drum scene. Most notably, behind the claps and synth, Brown makes good use of a line from The Pharcyde’s “Passin’ Me By.” The sample gloves into his own instrumental flawlessly. 

Listen to “The 11th Hour” (stream below) and you’ll immediately think of Dilla. On “Tao Te Ching,” the first record crackles, making way for what sounds like a tambourine, eventually leading into a horn section, all under a dark drum pattern — it’s beautiful. “Heart of Glass” immediately makes me think of “old-school” Apollo Brown, with its introduction, horn, and drum use. 

To his own respect, Brown has his own signature style with these beats, and there is a sound for everyone on this album. (via Indie Shuffle)

Download: Clouds by Apollo Brown



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Turn It Around (Robbie Rivera’s Juicy Beach Mix) by Robbie Rivera


Veteran DJ/producer Robbie Rivera has already had an explosive 2012 with his major release of Dance or Die Part 2, which featured the Beatport hit "Roxy." Now he gives one of the singles “Turn it Around” an intense progressive boost with high lead synths and a melodic drop. The track was created as a promo for Robbie’s insane Miami event “Juicy Beach," featuring performances by Bob Sinclar, R3hab, Tommy Trash, Bass Jackers, Spencer & Hill, and many more. (via Chubby Beavers)



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I Crave Paris (Flight Facilities Edit) by Aeroplane vs. Friendly Fires vs. Giselle


The formula to the perfect summer song: Friendly Fires writing the song "Paris" and then Aeroplane remixing it. Flight Facilities then writes the song "Crave" and then Aeroplane again with another remix, taking the vocals from that song and putting them over the "Paris" remix. And there you have it, the perfect summer song.



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News: Thom Yorke & Jay-Z For The Water Tank Project


Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Jay-Z are among a group of artists and musicians who will look to raise awareness to water conservation by transforming New York City water towers into public works of art. According to The Huffington Post, the initiative is being put together by the non-profit group Words Above the Street. In all, some 300 rooftop water towers will be wrapped in artwork for 12 weeks in the spring of 2013.

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Cosmic Love (Cemoa Remix) by Florence + The Machine


A chilled-out dubstep remix of Florence + The Machine's "Cosmic Love." This happens to be one of the first remixes that Cemoa has done, and it is superb! Not a fan of dubstep? This track was made for anyone willing to give it a chance.



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DoYaThing (feat. James Murphy & Andre 3000) by Gorillaz


Check out the newest song of Converse's Three Artist, One Song series. "DoYaThang" teams up Gorillaz, James Murphy, and André 3000, who absolutely kills it with his verse on the track. Can we get an Outkast album now?



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Rained The Whole Time (Nicolas Jaar Remix) by Shlohmo


L.A. producer Shlohmo has an EP of remixes out featuring the likes of Nicolas Jaar, Airhead, Salva and Groundislava. Today, Jaar’s contribution hit the web and it’s streaming below. (via Stereogum)



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Long Time Coming (feat. BT) by Mark Rodriguez


An intriguing make-up; mixing a plucked acoustic guitar, Notorious B.I.G. style vocals care of BT and a silky smooth, slightly cheesy pop inspired chorus by Mark Rodriguez. Enjoy!


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Grew Up Fast by J. Cole


Sounds so soulful, don’t you agree? As a result of J. Cole reaching two million followers on twitter, he decided to give thanks by sending out a smooth new track called "Grew Up Fast," dropped more or less 2 A.M. EST. Young Simba flows maliciously over this sweet, sweet David Ruffin sample, bringing some classic soul to his repertoire while he lays down the usual.



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Fire (R3hab Remix) by Adrian Lux


Adrian Lux is one of our favorite young artists due to the way he weaves pop sensibilities into his chart topping headrush house productions. In the vein of Swedish House Mafia and Kaskade, Lux’s tracks have the vibrant energy and memorable hooks we look for in pop music while still bringing the progressive bass lines and driving beats our dancing shoes crave. Today we bring you a shining rendition of the single “Fire” by one of the Netherland’s top remixers, R3hab. As he brings you through several incarnations of this instant classic R3hab ups the energy level to epic club proportions, making this a great weapon of choice for club DJs and house lovers alike. (via The Music Ninja)



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Dose Of Dopeness by Kid Cudi


Any longtime Kid Cudi fan is familiar with the story of the long-lost “Dose of Dopeness” track produced by Dot Da Genius, who produced Cudi’s entire new rock album WZRD. Recorded all the way back in 2008, “Dose of Dopeness” was a live favorite but was never fully finished and released. After countless delays and pushbacks, Dot Da Genius finally liberated the track via Twitter. It’s clearly classic Cudder with his old melodic, sing-songy flow and even features him rapping about how underground his music is. WZRD will be out February 28th. (via Lost In The Sound)



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Grab A Plate by Chiddy Bang


Despite their usual cool demeanor, Chiddy Bang probably woke up this morning with butterflies in their stomachs for the first time in a while. After steadily growing their brand of “Swelly-ness” over the past three years or so, Chiddy and Xaphoon will finally release their debut studio album today, serving up Breakfast worldwide. Come to think of it, for a duo who turned mixtapes into overseas tours and world records in such a short period of time, strictly in an attempt to build momentum for this very moment. Maybe seeing an official LP on shelves will actually put them at ease? (via The Smoking Section)



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Losing My Mind (St. Etienne Remix) by Summer Camp


Uber pop English group St. Etienne remixed another English indie pop group, Summer Camp, resulting in a grandiosely cheerless track. Not exactly what one would expect from pop band vs pop band, but who really cares since the resulting composition is so beautifully executed? 

“Losing My Mind” starts off with some amazingly stellar whistling, giving way to Elizabeth Sankey’s cautious, dark vocals. The lyrics are cynically morose, stating (not in specific order) “You’re wasting my time / honest to god / you’re never there / honest to god / god only knows why I care,” “You don’t love me like you used to,” and “It feels like I’m losing my mind” over and over until it resembles a broken hearted ode to a past lover. (via Indie Shuffle)



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Mellow Orange Vinyl Podcast Vol. 2 by Freddie Joachim & Question


Mellow Orange Vinyl Podcast Vol.2 visuals finally out for viewing. According to Joachim, due to digital gremlins devouring the audio on their first take, they decided to run it twice. Check out the jazzy mix sets by Freddie Joachim & Question, directed by Garvin Ha.


FREDDIE JOACHIM

01. Kenny Burrell - Recapitulation
02. Cal Tjader - Cubano
03. Chant Gene Ammons - Pagan Love Song
04. Deodato - September 13
05. The George Benson Quartet - The Borgia Stick
06. Leroy Hutson - Cool Out
07. Mos Def - Mathematics (Freddie Joachim Remix)
08. Infamous MC - Ex Files
09. Sound Providers - The Field
10. Reflection Eternal - 2000 Seasons
11. Jay Dee - Kamaal
12. Dwele - Truth
13. Joe McDuphrey Experience - Solar Waves

QUESTION

01. Green On Dolphin Street - Jimmy McGriff
02. Jazz - ATCQ
03. The Look Of Love Jay Dee RMX - J88
04. Black Whip - Ivan Jones
05. Free Soul - John Klemmer
06. Cross Town Beef - Medina Green
07. Swahililand - Ahmad Jamal
08. Stakes Is High - De La Soul
09. J Live - Don't Play
10. Berimbau - Wanda De Sah
11. Eighty Five - Nonce
12. Blue Juice - Jimmy Mcgriff
13. Sometimes - Brand New Heavies
14. Truly Unique - Asheru & Blue Black
15. Think Twice - Donald Byrd
16. Think Twice - Dilla

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High Life (Vanguard Valentine Remix) by Daft Punk


While you were dining at some restaurant with a loved one on the 14th, Vanguard were hard at work making magic in the studio. This is yet another perfect example of Vanguard’s proficiency at appreciating the direction of a track while still adding their own unique signature sound. This is probably the only time I’ve seen this song of Daft Punk off the album Discovery been re-done tastefully. They definitely still have it. From a basement in Cardiff to you; here is Vanguard’s latest. (via Vacay Wave)



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Wait For Love (Vanguard Vocal Edit) by Fred Falke


Since having the immense honor of getting to chat with Fred Falke a couple weeks ago, Vanguard has come out with a vocal edit of the French-producer’s masterpiece “Wait For Love“, currently exclusively available on vinyl but soon to be released digitally via his upcoming EP, Part IV. Vanguard kicks up the tempo whilst preserving the funky disco deliciousness of the track. (via ATG)



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Mixtape: Aloe Blacc by Paris DJs Soundsystem


In 2010, Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III, also known as Aloe Blacc, released his second album, Good Things, on Stones Throw records. The album was produced by Jeff Dynamite and Leon Michels for Truth & Soul Productions (El Michels Affair, Bronx River Parkway, Lee Fields, etc.). It's also the year that the American soul singer, rapper and musician exploded worldwide with "I Need A Dollar," the opening title track on the HBO series, How To Make It In America. Aloe Blacc's career had started at the end of the 90s, with Emanon, a hip-hop duo with producer Exile, and features countless appearances and collaborations. 

Paris DJs honcho Djouls tried to scan the whole spectrum of his career for this selection (months in the making), presented here in collaboration with Stones Throw Records (thanks Alex!). Enjoy the jazz, reggae, soul, hip hop, latin and funk versatility of Aloe Blacc's vibes and never forget that the man is an amazing performer before everything else so don't hesitate to go an see him on stage! (via Paris DJs)

Download: Aloe Blacc by Paris DJs Soundsystem 

Track List:

01. Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble - Deliver The Word (feat. Aloe Blacc)
(from 'Live In Los Angeles July 23rd', 2010 / Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)
02. Aloe Blacc - Miss Fortune
(from 'Good Things' album, 2010 / Stones Throw)
03. Aloe Blacc - I'm Beautiful
(from 'Shine Through' album, 2006 / Stones Throw)
04. Emanon - Acid 9
(from 'Acid Nine EP' album, 1999 / Dream Sequence)
05. Trek Life - Intelligence As a Threat (feat. Silo & Aloe Blacc)
(from 'Keep The Receipt' album, 2005 / Timeless Music)
06. Jazz Liberatorz - What's Real (Vocals by Aloe Blacc)
(from 'What's Real' 12 inch, 2003 / Kif Recordings)
07. Emanon - She Thinks
(from 'The Waiting Room' album, 2005 / Shaman Work)
08. Exile - Spittin' Image feat. Aloe Blacc
(from 'Dirty Science' album, 2006 / Sound In Color)
09. Aloe Blacc - Tonight, Downtown
(free download from 'aloeblacc.com/' 2012 / Tanqueray)
10. Aloe Blacc & The Grand Scheme - Dark End of the Street
(from 'The Dark End of the Street' album, 2010 / Carhartt)
11. Aloe Blacc & Kero One - Get Down
(from 'Plug Presents Aloe Blacc' 12 inch, 2006 / Plug Label)
12. Aloe Blacc - I Need A Dollar (Big Gigantic Remix)
(from '
Big Gigantic vs. Aloe Blacc' free single, 2010 / Big Gigantic)
13. Raashan Ahmad - Falling feat. Aloe Blacc & Gift Of Gab (of Blackalicious)
(from 'For What You've Lost' album, 2010 / Trad Vibe)
14. Lee Fields - Truth, Deception, & Lies (Aloe Blacc Remix)
(free mp3 from 'rollogrady.com' album, 2010 / Truth & Soul)
15. Emanon - Blind Love
(from 'Anon And On (Earplug Series #3)' album, 2002 / Ill Boogie)
16. Paper Plane Project - Happiness Is Love (Feat. Aloe Blacc)
(from 'Pacific Connection' EP, 2011 / Cardboard City)
Total time : 60:27


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What You Know (Allen Walker Re-Write) by Two Door Cinema Club


Cairo-based Allen Walker has opted to rejigger the 2-year-old “What You Know” by Two Door Cinema Club. In doing so, maintaining many of the familiar elements that make this song sound so good to us. Per Allen’s Soundcloud page, he did indeed complete this remix in 2010, but had failed to release it to the general public until now. (via Indie Shuffle)



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Preview: Greyhound by Swedish House Mafia


Swedish House Mafia took over Pete Tong’s Radio 1 show recently and started things off with the world premiere of a brand new track called "Greyhound." Always keeping it fresh! Stick around for full release due out soon.


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They Don't Want by Electric Wire Hustle


Wellington, New Zealand's own, Electric Wire Hustle put together a sick self-titled album and have worked with the likes of Dam-Funk, Benji B and Steve Spacek, Alice Russell, Kid Koala, and DJ Krush. Who knew there was such a big hip-hop/funk crowd in New Zealand? Well, now we do. Get familiar.



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Night Out (A-Trak Remix) by Martin Solveig


Instead of just releasing your typical single, Martin Solveig is readying (due out in April) an entire EP for his track "The Night Out," which originally appears on his fifth studio album Smash. Said EP will feature various remixes of the track. One of those reworkings was handled by esteemed Montreal DJ A-Track. (via The NJ Underground)



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Exclusive: Above Bed, Bath & Beyond 2 by Emil Angeles


The follow-up to "Above Bed, Bath & Beyond" is finally out. If you have copy of the first then you already know what to expect. If not, then  let me school you quick. The mix contains the hottest electro & progressive anthems, bangers and remixes the market has to offer to date. No need to scroll through that long list in your iPod, all you have to do is press play and you're all set. "The only way is up, above bed, bath and then beyond." You know the drill, download after the skip.

Download: Above Bed, Bath & Beyond 2 by Emil Angeles

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Hold On (SiSi BakBak Remix) by SBTRKT


The absolutely stunning SBTRKT track “Hold On” receives a reworking from Thom Yorke (of Radiohead fame) and his new SiSi BakBak side project and he churns out a more melancholic and downplayed tone all while maintaining the pulsating and steady beat of the original version. (via Discobelle)


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Express Yourself (feat. Nicky Da B) by Diplo


"Express Yourself" is Diplo's first time out in the well established universe of New Orleans Bounce Music. This explosive collaboration with new generation Bounce rapper Nicky Da B, protege of Big Freedia and Katey Red, reaches across the gap between the hip hop origins of Bounce and the club hits he's consistently delivered in the past.

Nicky Da B's musically percussive style, featuring lyricism reminiscent of the Caribbean origins of New Orleans music, finesses the beat, creating maddening textures that bring Diplo's production to a boil. "Express Yourself" takes club music back below the waist, where it works best, and brings a bit of the Dirty Dirty to the polished world of electronic dance music.



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Video: I'm Swanky by Moka Only


Moka Only (aka Daniel Denton) spent his early days developing his graffiti skills in Victoria, BC, before trading in his paint cans for a mic. Having found his true calling, he rhymed non-stop at house parties and anywhere he could find ears. Peep Moka's latest visuals for his track "I'm Swanky."


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