Cazzette recently uploaded previews of two new remixes. One is a trap remix of an old Tim Berg track that has been one of my favorites for years now. It will be out on Avicii‘s label, Le7els, within a month. The other is a bootleg they dropped at UMF…ya, it’s “that” song by the wonder boy Baauer. Anywho, Cazzette is fresh, so be on the lookout.
Pretty tight mix from my favorite dupstep duo, Adventure Club. These bros are getting some serious playtime and have been touring like crazy. Make sure you peep the tracklist below…you’ll be downloading a lot of music this next 30 min. They throw in some real deep shit with which I am currently obsessed (see Disclosure’s “Latch” and Duke Dumont’s “The Giver”). They have serious style.
Protohype & Kezwik – Hold Your Breath
Ellie Goulding – Anything Could Happen (Flinch Remix)
Street Creeps ft Tasha – The Way You Make Me Feel
Flight Facilities – Crave You (Adventure Club Remix)
Bingo Players – Don’t Blame The Party (Culture Code Remix)
TNGHT – Higher Ground
Hermitude – Hyperparadise (Flume Remix)
Unicorn Kid – Need U (Willy Joy Neckbreaker Edit)
Duke Dumont – The Giver
Disclosure Ft. Sam Smith – Latch
Yuna – Lullabies (Adventure Club Remix) (Village Edit)
Rusko just released an entire EP for free…Um…let me repeat that. Rusko. 4 track EP. Free downloads for everyone. Somehow I just feel like that is enough. You can preview all four tracks via the Soundcloud player below or just save some time, trust us, and download all.
I threw up another Clark Kent remix a week or so ago. The dude is fresh and in your face with serious bass music. Womp lovers rejoice. He just remixed the new B.O.B. and Nicki Minaj single… and it’s free. Boom. Shout out to ThisSongIsSick for the exclusive track.
In his own words:
Mad Liberation is a collection of songs that I have been working on for the past year that ranged from mostly original compositions to varied sample work (retro vinyl recordings and new all original recordings); digital synthesis that took me weeks to master; to live instrumentation tediously and soulfully recorded by myself and some of my very good friends.
This collection of noise – to me – became an album, a sound in a whole, an idea free from limits of thought and more an idea of the heart and soul. Mad Liberation is a piece of me that is representative of my past, breathes life into my present, and is a taste of the future.
I don’t have fancy recording equipment, amazing speakers, crazy keyboards, complicated sample packs, proper studio time, cutting edge midi controllers, or outboard mixing gear.
What I do have is an endless imagination of the future/now, unrelenting will, constant fascination, and a heart that has no capacity to stop loving and trying.
This business – when you boil it down – is not about the machine, but about the man. Even electronic music is humanistic. We breath life into these dead things to make them whisper and ROAR!! I am inspired by that fact, and this is what sets me free.
This is Mad Liberation