Monday, 26 October 2009

Club Candy

Its that time of the week again... where we all arise early in the morning and ask ourselves, why the hell did we drink that much at the weekend??? A question I ask myself more often than not, usually on a Tuesday morning as well... uni is bad, very bad! On to the BIG tunes...

Drop The Lime - Set Me Free (Harvard Bass Remix)
Ok so I've been looking forward to this tune for absolutely AGES... my favourite DJ of the year being remixed by my current favourite remixer... it's a bit of a personal favourite.
Was I disappointed... absolutely not! This is what the Rave 2.0 scene of the last few years promised so exclusively and it's been delivered in buckets in spades, the bass is shocking!

Foamo - Wardance (Last Japan Edit)
Last Japan has recently been living the high life supporting the likes of Jack Beats and Skream in recent months after an early 2009 featuring hot productions and his unforgettable In For The Kill edit. He's now back with a new edit of Foamo's snarling club banger, sporting more bass than should be technically possible... believe me, this is sick!

La Roux - Quicksand (Boy 8-Bit Remix)
Now this isn't 100% DJ friendly, but for small gigs it should be fine! The leak came just at the weekend from our firm friends over at Noiseporn. I'm dubious as to whether this is a recent remix from the man or an old project that's been leaked. However that should not distract from the fact it's a huge piece of music, the synth and percussion work is amazing.

Boy 8-Bit - Baltic Pine (Greenmoney Porn Bootleg)
Hot hot stuff here from the Greenmoney DJs who've after a hugely successful 2009 which included gigs at the Warehouse Project and Fabric's Room 2 announce their intent for the big time come 2010. Bass and bongo's aplenty, this is a purebred anthem to ignite the senses.

Hess Is More - Ssshhhh (Zombie Disco Squad Remix)

Zombie Disco Squad are one of those rare techno producers that you just can't pigeon hole. Once considered a part of the bloghaus scene, they quickly outed themselves as a force to be reckoned with, that had nothing to do with what Bloghaus was all about. They are worth much more than that and this remix proves that fact

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