Slow Roast is roaring backatcha with a massive Kill The Noise remix EP, out next Tuesday! KTN’s Roots EP gets the remix treatment from Brillz, Codes, Torro Torro, Will Bailey, Kastle, and Kill The Noise himself. You’ve already heard these in festival sets from some of the world’s biggest DJs, grab them yourself on Beatport 7/24 and preview the tracks now on KTN’s Soundcloud.
After the speaker-smashing madness of Bart B More’s “Take Me High” remix, we’re proud to bring you “Darko,” the latest single from Cubic Zirconia to get the club treatment courtesy some of our favorite DJs and producers.
Head over to Beatport now and grab the full single, featuring Tommy Trash’s epic festival version (perhaps you heard a snippet?) alongside TWO awesome mixes from Tony Senghore, and CZ’s propulsive, hypnotic original (with bonus instrumental and accapella versions to boot).
Donnis’ debut Fool’s Gold single “Gone” launched the ATL-bred MC onto MTV and radio, the cover of XXL’s hotly contested Freshman Issue, and concert stages worldwide. His latest FG release is the superpowered bass boom of “Hello Kitty,” an irresistibly dirty club rap anthem destined to rattle car trunks and grease stripper poles all summer. It’s the first tease of what’s in store on Donnis’ forthcoming Break Hundreds And Hearts EP, which promises even more futuristic jeep beats and Parental Advisory-stickered odes to freaks around the globe.
Onra’s anticipated new EP Deep In The Night is out now on iTunes and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Five tracks of pure robo r&b sweetness, just check out “L.O.V.E.” if you’re not convinced.
Onra’s summer tour continues next month, starting with a blowout at Santos Party Haus with Dam Funk and more. Dates after the jump. Read More
As promised, A-Trak and Dillon Francis’ first collab “Money Makin’” is out today on Fool’s Gold, cop it from iTunes or Beatport.
We’ve also got a music video, premiered by Noisey! In keeping with the two DJs’ absurd sense of humor, they star in the clip as repairmen who transform a busted ATM into a hard-partying dance machine that takes the big city by storm… until the dough runs out.
Directed by Ben Solomon and Daniel B Levin, and featuring cameos from P-Thugg of Chromeo, rap legend Greg Nice, Action Bronson and more, “Money Makin’” is yet another must-see FG vid, and the perfect kick-off to summer jam season. Read More
Don’t let the mysterious voice on the track fool you: tom toms are not “the little drums.” In the expert hands of UK twosome NAPT, they are megaton percussion weapons, on which NAPT bang out commands for you to freak the funk OUT. Throughout their brand new Tom Toms EP, these breakbeat scientists meld house and techno with cheeky, unexpected soundbites and bugged-out loops for one of the most joyous and undeniably dance-y Fool’s Gold releases to date. Ain’t nothing little going on here…
Flosstradamus became club kings by breaking new sounds around the world, from their earliest DJ blends to high-energy hybrids like last winter’s Jubilation EP, featuring Danny Brown, Kid Sister and all manner of juked-out 808 madness.
After setting SXSW and WMC on fire with a crazy new live set, them Floss boys are back to reclaim the throne once more with Jubilation 2.0, featuring remixes from Lunice, JWLS and Sich Mang, and the brand new burner “Rollup” (which you can listen to below). Grab it now on iTunes and Beatport!
“Lift Off” is the new single from LA Riots, who just got back from rocking two straight weekends of Coachella. In fact, Riots have been a main stage mainstay from day one, dropping high octane bangers from festival stages and megaclub DJ booths around the globe while remixing everyone from Lady Gaga to Lana Del Rey. On “Lift Off,” all those years of road tested electro know-how are distilled into seven minutes of ecstatic buildups, bodyrocking kickdrums and one monster of a riff.
The tracked comes backed by the equally large “Nuggets Adventure,” a hypnotic house weapon thats going to rattle your skull all summer. It’s time to start a riot… get these tracks now on Beatport, iTunes and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Read More