It’s a Day Off reunion when Slow Roast’s own Kill The Noise remixes Yelawolf’s uber-moody “Growin Up In The Gutter” for the HTC remix series presented by The Fader. Download it now and be sure to check all the other mixes in the series, including Nick Catchdubs’ take on Danny Brown’s “Die Like A Rockstar” and joints from Clams Casino, Beautiful Lou, Casey Veggies, Lunice, Hudson Mohawke, Schoolboy Q and more.
Check out this DJ mix that Zinc put together for the Urban Nerds / Basslaced NYE party in London (pretty massive lineup, innit?) featuring a bunch of new tracks including his new A-Trak collab “Stingray” (out now!) cuts off his own Sprung EP, and other big bass records from the likes of Congorock and more.
Our Slow Roast homie Codes just dropped a gang of remixes for his debut Codes House EP, and you can grab them today on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital jams are sold. Co-conspirators include JWLS, Flinch, Torro Torro, Wax Motif & Neoteric, and Rob Sparx; there’s even a brand-new rework from Codes himself. Every track is party dynamite, check out some teasers on Codes’ Soundcloud.
Tomorrow (12/8) Party Supplies will be playing live at Cake Shop in NYC, come through and check out a gang of new, original tracks alongside his signature MPC chops. To get you up to speed, grab his Firecrackersmixtape as well as these recent loosies: remixes of AWOLNATION’s “Sail” and Clare Maguire’s “Ain’t Nobody,” the Action Bronson collabs “Blue Chips” and “Tapas”, tributes to the Talking Heads and Queen and PS’ own moody “Tacoma.” Joints!
For even more, hit the jump to see PS throwing down on the drum machine alongside Araabmuzik and Jeremy Ellis as part of Red Bull’s MP Embassy series. Read More
“We love cover songs, so its natural that we love the holiday season. This year we’re overjoyed to give you the gift of our holiday EP, A Very Telephoned Christmas, which presents 3 xmas favs in a covered-up Ttelephoned stylee. We’re excited about doing something a bit different with the classics, but also looking forward to finally having some music our moms will like.”
The latest Foolcast comes from our disco lovin Italian bro His Majesty Andre, who whipped up a collection of OG samples from some of your favorite dance records. Says HMA, “As you’ve might have noticed, I go crazy for sampling. No matter if it’s pop, house music, experimental or hip-hop, I’ve always been fascinated by the way you can turn a thing into another, whether a straight loop or a chopped, replayed and distorted one. The samples used in music are countless, I just chose my favorites.” No tracklist, that’s part of the fun…