EXCLUSIVE: Deep & Dirty Vol. 4 by Merrick [Free Download]


We at AYNE are proud to present volume 4 of “Down & Dirty” by our good friend JR Harrison aka Merrick. It’s got some solid deep vibes and some personal favorites of ours like the intro track, MK‘s remix of “See Right Through” by Storm Queen, or the Solomun remix of “Late Night” from Foals…mmhm tasty. Anyways, the kid has serious taste and a nice vision of what he wants to play and produce. Known him for quite some time, and it is hard for me to pick another more knowledgable person when it comes to the deep cuts of house music. Press play and enjoy the music.


1) Look Right Through (MK Dub III) – Storm Queen

2)    React (Original Mix) – Tough Love & Taylor

3)    My Love Is (Original Mix) – Luthier & Bruce Leroys

4)    Freeze (Original Mix) – Gorgon City

5)    Ride Roof Back (Eats Everything Rebeef) – Motez

6)    Feeling So Special (Original Mix) – Friend Within

7)    Premier (Original Mix) – Huxley & Shenoda

8)    I Like The Way (Animal Trainer Remix) – Chi Thanh

9)    Midnight Games (Him Self Her Remix) – Mahoney

10)  Careless (Original Mix) – Dusky

11)    Hotwire (Golf Clap Remix) – Colette

12)    Survive (Original Mix) – Kidnap Kid

13)    Late Night (Solomun Remix) – Foals



What’s up party people? Here is the next episode of my new mix series, TASTE, and this time, I take you to a world of deep, funky baselines and sensual grooves. I even threw some of that new “ghouse” in there…Jeff, I see you my man. Anyways, turn up the speakers, listen to the mix and do something naughty tonight. You know you want to.

Tracklist will be posted on my Soundcloud this week

FREE DOWNLOAD: Jeremy Olander’s PRYDA FRIENDS Fall Tour Mix – October 2013


Can’t take the anticipation any longer? We can’t either. Me and Ralphy J have been long awaiting the return of the one and only Eric Prydz for over a month now. When we heard he was bringing his boys, Jeremy and Jonas, with him to NYC, we had instant broners. Jeremy Olander just added to the hype with this sexy 34 min mix of some of his own new weapons he has been unleashing on the Pryda Friends tour this fall. Every track on this mix, start to finish, is simply massive on an elite sound system (or a solid pair of v-modas…seriously, pick some up). Anyways, enjoy the mix, and don’t be surprised is his partner in crime, Fehrplay, drops his own mix before the 18th. Last thing I’m gonna say is that I find it quite odd that no one has gone out and just said it. Pryda Friends is quickly becoming the perfect fusion of talented producers who can flawlessly and effectively merge the best aspect of progressive house, techno, and tech house rhythms into one musical journey that never has ceases to amaze even the most experience dance music listeners. Come get a taste of what Eric, Jonas, and Jeremy have been cookin’.


1. Jeremy Olander – Intro
2. Jeremy Olander – Hanover ID
3. Jeremy Olander – Lauderdale
4. Jeremy Olander – ID
5. Jeremy Olander – ID
6. Ian O’Donovan – Uprising

FREE DOWNLOAD: Nest HQ MiniMix – Amtrac


Yet another shining example of why Amtrac is one of my favorite artists in electronic music. Constantly pushing the boundaries while maintaing that dark, melodic groove he is known for. Amazing track selection on the mix. Features his new original called “Walkin’,” which is fresh as fuck. Not to mention “Drop The Dow” from Round Table Knights and that following remix from BeatauCue. Both are funky as shit, and I am 100% confident they destroy up the dance floor…ok fine, the entire mix accomplishes that. Let’s just leave it at this…the man is talented and has superb taste. Can’t wait to see him live.

FREE DOWNLOAD: Scuba – After Hours Mix Part 3

neopop-2012-scuba3Brought to us by Hotflush, here is the next installment of Scuba‘s mix series called “After Hours.” As you can probably guess, it’s that deep shit. Lots of gems in there that you will most certainly have not heard elsewhere, and he ends the mix with an amazing track from friend and fellow DJ/Peoducer George Fitzgerald called “I Can Tell (By The Way Your Move).” Enough talk. Get into it.

Tracklist follows…

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