Sri Lankan born producer Dropwizz is by far the most active producer in today’s scene. The man literally drops a track each day, always for a free download. Dropwizz’s latest release includes a festival trap take on Martin Garrix’s “Proxy” who oddly enough released the original for free the other day. Confirmed: Dropwizz is a super-producer.
It’s that time of year again where hundreds of DJs from across the globe flock to Miami to showcase their passion and love for electronic music. This can only translate to one thing – Winter Music Conference!
Our good friends at 44 Caliber Records, along with On Fire Entertainment, proudly present the Miami Takeover show on March 26th. Big acts by the likes of The Disco Fries and Reid Stefan will lead the way, along with extensive support from Riddler, DJ Red Rum, Black & Tan, DJ Mikey P, Wessy Wes, Krieger, and many more. Peep the full lineup below:
The Disco Fries
DJ Prime (103.5 KTU)
Bodega Brad (103.5 KTU)
DJ Tommy Nappi (103.5 KTU)
DJ Anthony Ligotti b2b Mike Gloria
DJ Red Rum
Black & Tan
With Special Guest Appearance By:
Cash Cash and more TBA!!!
When: Wednesday 3/26/14: 10pm-5am (No Cover!)
Where: Automatic Slims
1216 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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Chicago duo Kings Of Class grant us with a free download of their latest original “Revolution.” The original bleeds of big-room electro synths capable of moving any crowd at any time. The track features a vocal sample from Malcolm X’s famous speech “Ballot or the Bullet”. Stream below and be sure to pick up the free download!
In case you missed it, Kings Of Class were our featured guestmixers in Episode 004 of our Swoltastic Radio series!
Just two weeks after their debut original release “Trilogy” hit the music shelves, Australian duo Karboncopy land an official release on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash imprint with their remix of “Collide.” In the remix, Kindred and Corin give the original bassline a dose of their powerful progressive medicine while maintaining the euphoric vocals underlying a gorgeous melody. Stream the remix below and be sure to pick up your copy on Beatport!
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Rising NYC duo Live City return from Melbourne with a bounce-infused original titled “Champagne Blast.” About a year in the works, “Champagne Blast” finally sees daylight after snagging party-ready vocals from fellow New Yorker Big Nab. Due out March 11th via Tommie Sunshine’s Brooklyn Fire label, the track releases as a part of the Allied Bounce series. Stream below and check back on release day!
NYC duo Island Nation hand out their take on “Rebel” by AN21 and Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman.
After breaking in his new label with “Arrived” (feat. Pete Levine) back in December, Supersaw Records head honcho Kurt Kesedar releases a raunchy single titled “The Twerkulator.” Kurt teams up with DaCav once again and together they craft 4.5 minutes of bouncy, electro house that one can not help but twerk out to. Bootylovers are strongly encouraged the check out the promo video below. Once finished, head over to iTunes or Beatport for your copy!
Hailing from the Big Apple, Jake Olin of Sunday Attire treats us to his remix of “Ceilings” by LA indie rock band Local Natives. Jake wasted no time in snagging the stems from one of his favorite bands. In the remix, Jake maintains the tranquil vocal and percussive layers from the original but adds an uptempo, progressive house vibe perfect for a Sunday night or any other night of the week. So crank up those high socks and kick back with a free download from Sunday Attire!
If 21 free bootlegs were somehow not enough to hold you offer, New York duo Live City return with another freebie. Ethan and Jake hand out their super groovy take on Groove Armada & Brodanse’s “Sweat.” So put your Big-Room/Top 10 Beatport tracks aside for a bit and enjoy some refreshing, groovy vibes!
After over a year of perfecting their remix game, Aussie duo Karboncopy proudly unveil their first orignal release with “Trilogy.” Kindred and Corin have mastered their own style of uplifting, progressive house (let’s call it Karbon-gressive from now on). The duo teams up with fellow Aussie Dimatik in “Trilogy,” a powerful progressive piece laced with euphoric piano chords. The original comes to you off the Ministry of Sound imprint via Astrx. Stream the preview below and be sure to grab the full version off Beatport!
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