In the abstract, this can be understood as a series of organized sound waves selected to induce a state of maximal hedonism.
download: Destructo – Stand Still (Original Mix)
download: Major Lazer – Get Free feat. Amber (What So Not Remix) <– bonus points for being crazy unique
Boys Noize’s tribute to Donna Summers. Whatever that dude is drinking, it’s working.
download: Boys Noize – Donnastag
Absolutely gorgeous and amazing track off of Justin Martin’s Ghettos & Gardens album, which you ought to buy if you haven’t already. Or at least be sure to check out the song ‘Butterflies’ too.
download: Justin Martin – Don’t Go (DJ Version)
This next one, in the right context, is simply a dancefloor
destroyer of untold proportions. Now, I know that Jamie Jones is as good
of dj as anyone out there (#1 in the world isn’t too shabby), but for
whatever reason I’ve never been particularly engaged by any of his
productions or remixes. A week or two back in San Francisco though, Maceo Plex dropped this one at around 4AM and the dance floor absolutely
WENT OFF. It was probably the highlight of the set for me. After rummaging through tons of remixes the next morning, I couldn’t find the
right one so I kind of forgot about it until I stumbled across it
today. ITS TIME FOR THE PERKYOULATER
Nic Fanciulli with that thumping TEK AUS on this one, showing why they love him so much at Space Ibiza. We like him too.
“Deep House Provokes Thought. The Real. Deep Shit. Let’s Get Back To The Raw.”
I first discovered Bubba in a Gesaffelstein mix, and since then he’s definitely lived up to that high level of sheer lunacy you’d expect from anything associated with Gesaffelstein, although his style is decidedly on the deeper side of things. And every track with his name on it somehow seems almost overflowing with bass. I’m not complaining. This new remix from him is probably my favorite effort of his so far. Check out more Bubba on Beatport.