YOLANDA BE COOL, the revered Australian production/DJ duo, return with the release of the “Sweat Naked,” a bonus track exclusive to Dim Mak Records off their recently released full-length album Ladies and Mentalmen. The single release will be followed up by the release of the “Sweat Naked” Remix EP on August 13. The EP features remixes from the likes of Étienne de Crécy, The Japanese Popstars, Harris Robotis, Oliver Twizt, and Sub Antix. Check the official video teaser above and download the Japanese Popstars remix below!
Yolanda Be Cool – Sweat Naked (The Japanese Popstars Remix) | DOWNLOAD
Summer time is around the corner and that means it’s time to chill back set some tunes and chill poolside. That being said, no one wants to worry about what to play. This is why we have our DJ MIX tab. Each post will have a mix to play and forget for about an hour…
Today we have Le Visiteur. Le Visiteur released his second mix tape which features some of the tracks that have been big in his DJ sets from upfront and classic house to heavy hitting disco and Nu Disco. Stream and download for when your on the go! Tracklist after the jump…
So the first track from their new album is christened “a future anthem” by Pete Tong on his radio show, hits the Number 1 spot on the DMC Buzz Chart and is Tune of the Month in Mixmag. Time to take the rest of the year off I guess?
Not for Kraak & Smaak – they have been busily sourcing like-minded souls to remix their summer hit while making sure the album that follows is an all killer, straight thriller affair.
First up is the Futurizm Remix and it’s up for free. Get it now!
Kraak & Smaak – The Future Is Yours (Futurizm Remix) | DOWNLOAD
New Dust released a new remix from Brett today, Teen Mom’s “I Wanna Go Out.” Both DC natives, this summertime remix makes the indie rock track ready for a night at the beach. Give it a listen and download.
Teen Mom – I Wanna Go Out (Brett Remix) | DOWNLOAD
One-half of Cologne-based house duo JTRP (a group who has frequently appeared on T. Williams’ Deep Teknologi imprint) Jorge Takei has released records of his own via Suruba and Kolorit which have slipped largely under the radar. “Aretha (Vocal Mix)” is one such production; initially made for a well-known white-label series, the sample-heavy track is now being offered up here for exclusive download. The edit of—you guessed it—an Aretha Franklin song, draws ample inspiration from the current wave of UK producers who are keen to explore the intersections of house, bass, and R&B—utilizing a slick low-end-oriented pulse to underpin the edit’s classic, hands-in-the-air vocal sample.
Viewers of the new video for “C O O L” (directed by Renata Raksha) who know their 90s music will likely pick up on the influence of a number of cultural touchstones from the time: chart-topping crossover club acts like Technotronic and Black Box, house divas like Robin S. and CeCe Peniston, and R&B icons like Aaliyah and Ginuwine, as well as a visual sensibility that evokes Herb Ritts in his role as video director to the decade’s biggest pop superstars. It’s got retro style while maintaining completely contemporary feel that’s free from gimmicks and offers stylishly relaxed relief from the ongoing onslaught of dayglo-tinged dubstep.
Le Youth’s handed the Ben Pearce remix last week. Sorry for the delay…get it below!
Today Australian singer/songwriter Owl Eyes shares Goldroom’s remix to an album cut of ‘Jewels & Sapphires’, the stunning yet simple closing track on her debut album ‘Nightswim’. Goldroom’s remix is a dreamy design to the deep tropical house persuasion that when paired with Owl Eyes’ effortlessly light vocals sends the track soaring. Though she’s only 22, Owl Eyes has already been featured on triple j’s Hottest 100 for the track ‘Raiders’ and her cover of Foster The People’s ‘Pumped Up Kicks’.
Owl Eyes also recently released the official video for ‘Closure’. You can watch it after the jump…
New York City-based act MS MR have filmed an official video for “Hurricane,” the 1st single off of their upcoming debut release Secondhand Rapture out May 14th. Filmed in Southern California by writer/director Luke Gilford, the video is a bewitching glimpse into otherworldly experiences of suburban youth. Watch the video after the jump.
Download a remix of “Hurricane” by Glasgow synth-pop trio CHVRCHES below. The re-mix is pretty 80’s-ish Kinda sounds like it belongs in the Pretty in Pink soundtrack.