You Can’t Funk With This Megan Hamilton “Bodak Yellow” Remix

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Love it or hate it, Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” was one of the biggest Hip Hop tracks in 2017. Recently, Megan Hamilton decided she wanted to put her twist on the track and released a remix titled, “Yellow Bodak”. The Minneapolis artist, known for her funky style and outstanding vocals, has changed it up a

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LUUDE Drops Vibey Flip Of Youth Group’s ‘Forever Young’

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Rising dj/producer LUUDE came out with plenty of crazy originals and remixes in 2017, and it seems like he isn’t stopping that momentum this year. The artist just released a flip of a genuine classic, ‘Forever Young’ by Youth Group. Personally I haven’t seen many remixes of this song and I have to say that

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MUST LISTEN: Carl Cox kicks off the 25th year of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix

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The techno maven Carl Cox has served up the very first BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix of the year.

Considering the show turns 25 this year, it’s fitting that Cox — who Pete Tong referred to as “one of the most legendary DJs in dance history” — served up the very first mix of the year.

Cox’s first Essential Mix came in October of 1994 for the program’s 49th episode where he dropped off a selection of satiating tracks from the time, including Green Velvet’s original “Preacher Man” mix, Jackmaster‘s legendary “Bang The Box,” and Jeff Mills‘ “Cycle 30” and “Life Cycle.”

Cox delves into what he’s dubbed as “the future of house and techno” in the new mix. In just over two hours, he serves up an electric array of tracks from today’s heavy-hitters in the genres from Nicole Moudaber, to Eats Everything, Nathan Barato, and more.

Listen to Carl Cox’s BBC Radio 1 mix here

Tracklist:

Electric Tango- Black Is My Beat

Riva Starr- Hospital

Fabio Neural- Dam Square

Francisco Allendes & Pablo Inzunza- Ripples

Tom Cole- What You Want

Anja Schneider- Secret Escapes

The Deepshakerz- Raw Way

Max Chapman & Secondcity- En Las Nubes

Fabio Nural- Flow Beat

Booka Shade- Limelight

Riva Starr- Rocks On The Track

Chip E. & Carl Cox- Time 2 Jack

Nathan Barato- Royal Hippo

S-Man & Ultra Naté- Fake (Mason Maynard Remix)

Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox- See You Next Tuesday (Deeper Mix)

Chris Coe- Headland

Pascal F.E.O.S.- No Voo-Doo (Alternative Mix)

Darren Emerson- Birdcage

Alex Mine- Lost (Carl Cox Pure Remix)

Rafa Barrios- Saatori

Eats Everything- Scream

Frankie Bones- Electropolis

Frankie Bones- Just The Way You Like It

Kaiserdisco- Kerberos

Dense & Pika- Gum

Christian Bonori- Solid State

Redlight- Escorting Sarah

Anthony Parasole- Hot Zone

David Simon- In Acid We Trust

Mark Greene- Back Off

Brennen Grey- Tears In The Rain

Kristian Heikkila- Polyvox (Dav Simon Remix)

Photo Credit: Red Bull

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Julian Calor – Run Away ft Maggie Szabo

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Julian Calor stands as one of Holland’s most talked about new producers, with a knack for producing technical, yet melodious EDM that far exceeds his years.  Still only 24, the Dutchman has already dropped a full-length album on Hardwell‘s Revealed Recordings and headlined various festivals worldwide.

His latest track, “Run Away,” is another clear testament to his colorful and vibrant yet refined style. With hypnotic vocals courtesy of the ever-soulful Maggie Szabo, “Run Away” is an enticing mix of progressive builds and classic anthemic drops. Eminenlty captivating, “Run Away” combines a healthy dose of Calor’s dancefloor expertise with the power and drive of dance music’s newest frontiers.

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Ben Böhmer shares dreamy, brimming ‘Morning Falls’ EP

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Blossoming German newcomer, Ben Böhmer has shared his musingly melodic Morning Falls EP via none other than deep house destination Anjunadeep. The classically trained Böhmer first appeared in the Anjuna arena for the label’s fourth Explorations series, with his fluttering track “Flug & Fall.”

The three-track Morning Falls EP, is a warm, stirring horizon prevailing over a cruel, arduous winter. The EP begins with the gentle, downtempo grooves and idealistic, waxing and waning melodies of the title track, “Morning Falls.” The trip around the sun continues, then, with a bit more gusto, moving into the pensive yet club-driven “After Earth.” Finally, “Velvet Rebellion,” with its chiming, astral synth work, emulates a celestial, star-suffused night sky, as Böhmer bids Earth farewell.


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Weekend Rewind: Jackmaster drops off the original Mastermix from 2006

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Jackmaster‘s released his original Mastermix from 2006 to kick off the new year.

Since the debut landed over ten years ago, Jackmaster’s Mastermix series has become a highly regarded institution in the dance music realm, as it’s one of the most dynamic collections of tracks in the scene. While it was believed to have been lost, the original mix has been unearthed thanks to producer Jack Revill’s “genius wee brother,” and has now been uploaded onto SoundCloud for all to enjoy.

In just over one hour of music, Revill juxtaposes a rousing array of popular music from the era. He manages to splice together an invigorating culmination of pop and disco tracks, which offers a glimpse into Revill’s stylistic evolution over the years.

Revill dished on the mix on SoundCloud, saying:

“To say thanks for all your support last year I decided to upload the first ever Mastermix, recorded in 2006. It’s an all vinyl mix that I thought was lost forever and hasn’t been on the internet for some 10 or more years, but my genius wee brother somehow found it. It runs through everything from Ciara, Beyoncé, Janet and Missy to Mr Oizo, Drexciya and DJ Funk – original party material.”

He continued, “It’s a perfect example of how I was DJing when I was a wee guy and brings to mind vivid memories of the old Numbers nights we used to put on in the tiny wee basement of a gay bar where we threw the parties that gained us notoriety in Glasgow.”

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Trst. – Bitch Boyz

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The San Francisco-based EDM artist, Trst, grabbed out attention with this drop. The song is “Bitch Boyz” and most electronic fans will be able to get into it. This is definitely rooted in classic EDM but it has a forward-thinking 2018 freshness to it. The song moves in waves with builds and drops but also features a

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Showtek & Moby – Natural Blues

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After a rather tepid 2017, Dutch electro house group Showtek have seemingly hit the ground running in 2018, reinventing celebrated veteran musician Moby for what essentially seems like a rework of “Natural Blues.”

The synths and mellowed house-inspired style seem to be majorly Showtek’s handiwork, as the duo seem to be moving onto yet another new sound over the past couple of years. Moby’s influence over the track is a lot more subtle, as the seasoned artist’s work can be majorly heard in the background, especially with the soft, string-plucked chord progressions. In fact, their style plays such an instrumental role in defining the identity of this ‘new’ track, that it could almost be labelled as a Showtek remix.

This revamped, modern style has given “Natural Blues” a ton of character and makes it a track with certain danceability.

 

 

 

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Max Styler Goes House Mode With Latest Single “All Your Love”

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Max Styler is no stranger to being in the spotlight – he was signed to Dim Mak when he was only 18 years old, making him one of the youngest producers to be part of such an esteemed record label at the time. To say that 2017 was a fantastic year for Styler would be putting it lightly. Coming off

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Breathe Carolina Teams With Sunstars On Electro Gem “DYSYLM”

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Breathe Carolina have remained an unstoppable force throughout 2017. Alongside releasing a number of riotous anthems, the duo have delivered killer performances around the globe. To kick off the new year, they have joined forces with Italian prodigies Sunstars to make their debut on Tiësto’s iconic Musical Freedom label with their new electro fused single

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