Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Tune Tuesday #6

Hope you all enjoyed the new mixes yesterday, that Dan Aux mix was pumping loud I have to admit, he's really impressing me with his own take on the new glitch-bent tech-house basslines we've been hearing non-stop since last summer. Anyway on with today's action and some great new tunes for you... all big exclusives! Let's do it!

First up is our firm favourite dangerDan whose sent us over his top new remix of Partysquad's Pull Up, which was released on Mad Decent recently. A slightly darker route than his previous works, a lot more big room techno that some of his easier listening tunes. This would go down great during a peak time set in between some Style of Eye and Zombie Disco Squad. Top remix.

Please keep an eye out for this lad in 2010, he's going to blow up, mark my words.

Next up is something a little different, but all the more welcome here on Squeaky Bleeps. Anything that fuses Jungle riddims with Rye Rye deserves a medal in my book. Straight up dance floor fun this is from Yeah! Woho!. If you're looking for something to wake up the crowd from some bassline numbing Dubstep then this is perfect. I promise. Bigups dude, keep sending us material! And anyone else reading this... check out his fantastic website for other tunes and mixes. Look out for some exclusive material coming soon from this Swedish upstart!

Soulico feat. Rye Rye - Exotic On The Speaker (Yeah! Woho! Remix)  by  Yeah! Woho!

Last but certainly by no means least is e-Minded and his Ghetto-House take on Ymee's Wizard. Really feeling the old skool vibes in this one, kind of harks back to the days when Switch was first making noises and beginning to transform the London clubbing scene with Herve and Sinden. Unfortunately at the time I was still just under 18 and never got to see the really early Fidget scene in action, before wobbly basslines and cut up childish vocals kind of ruined it. Anyway enough of that, because this is a brilliant remix and e-Minded is definitely someone to take notice of. You'll be seeing more material by this Belgian prodigy very soon, keep locked into his Soundcloud

Christoph is also a promoter for a night running in Brussels called Needle On The Record at Club Rumba; they're currently putting the final touches together on the next edition of their night, which features a label showcase from none other than Mad Decent (bigups!) and up and coming label Ghetto Division. You can find out all the information about this night on the website, here!

Ymee Wizard (e-Minded Edit)  by  e-Minded

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