[Deep House] Jaymes Young – I’ll Be Good (Fabich Remix)

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Jaymes Young
I'll Be Good (Fabich Remix)

Fans of the iconic German deep house groove will have grown accustomed to seeing Fabich’s name alongside his fellow talented countrymen across his host of stunning collaborations in past. This time there’ll be no division of praise as we focus solely on his production chops with his latest official remix for Jaymes Young. While the original may be a soulful ballad, you’d expect nothing less from a bit of German engineering to turn this into a chilled dance floor delight. From once melting hearts to now driving this pulsating beat ever forward, the vocals have undergone an incredible transformation that look to carry this feel-good sensation long into the night.

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The Chill Dojo #130

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We’re cutting right to the chase for Dojo #130 and bursting out of the blocks with a splash of summer sound right to your eardrums. If you happened to sleep on our feature from last week, then you missed one hell of a musical adventure courtesy of Big Wild. It may be a take on ‘Champagne Drip Theme’, but a tune like this wouldn’t feel out of place in any Mario Kart, conjuring up images of high-paced hijinks on sunny white beaches. On a different setting but a similar universe, Monstercat representative Volant carries us on an eventful journey as we go ‘Full Circle’ through galaxies of punchy chords, jazzy breakdowns and pure melodic bliss. It’s a beautiful ride to be on, and one that glides through wave after wave of funky wonderment. Swiss native Insan3Lik3 injects a dose of pop into this week’s edition with a sweet mix of J-Hype’s vocals and nu-disco groove. It’s a sweet indulgence of carefree vibes that flows with ease from start to finish.

The label may have passed on Pat Lok’s latest edit, but we’re calling this flip of ‘Easy Come Easy Go’ a certified jam. There’s just no denying this funky Canadian from unleashing some dance floor heat, and the whole thing is made even more incredible after hearing the original’s style. Chris McClenney did manage to score that official remix status on Goldlink’s ‘Sober Thoughts’, and this fast-paced lyrical scorcher won’t take long to prove exactly why. The Baltimore-based producer is in fine form here, delivering a steady slapping beat layered with tasty servings of sax on that feel-good vibe.

That may be enough to hit the spot already, but that’s not even close to hinting what the rest of this playlist has in store. Peace out.

Champagne Drip
Champagne Drip Theme (Big Wild Remix)
Full Circle
TNT (with J Hype)
Alice On The Roof
Easy Come Easy Go (Pat Lok VIP Vocal)
Sober Thoughts (Chris McClenney Remix)
Little Daylight
Runaround (Chordashian Remix)
White Lies (Attom Remix)
Lana Del Rey
Florida Kilos (Tep No Remix)
Bees Knees
Keeper (Feat. Chuck Inglish & Buddy)
Cassette Club
Talk To Me (Pherotone & MooZ Remix)
Just Chill
Photographs (Feat. Sundays)
Solid Roll
Dirty South
With You (Chachi Remix)
Sterling Fox
Freak Caroline (ALMOND & SAMME Remix)
Shes A Dancer (prod. by Sebastian Carter)
Cheeky Charmander
Savannah (w. MINO MINO)
Slow Magic
Girls (Bollywood Life Remix)
Oh Wonder
Éphémère (Ft. Bamiyah)
Jazz Tekkers
Late Night Ramen
Joss Ryan
Jesse Fischer & Sly5thAve
Vein Melter
Freddie Joachim
A Change We Need
Just A Gent
Limelight ft. R O Z E S (NGHTMRE Remix)
Spaces ( original )
No Tv No Radio
Sober Rob
Since You Left (with Spire)
Who said grow up?
Morning Meditation
Cartoons & Cereal (ORiGin. Remix)
Principal Dean
City Luv ft. Snakefoot
Koan Sound
View From Above
A Himitsu
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[Future] IMLAY – Empress


IMLAY has been delving into a few different styles of late, but his unique talent has really shone through those releases which he’s patented as ‘Abstract Bass’. The South Korean producer has real knack for combining bass-laden tracks with an eclectic eastern flavor, and his newest concoction ‘Empress’ is another wondrous glimpse into his creative flair. The sounds involved here are as elegant as the title would suggest, and the whimsical use of string stabs conjure images of exotic temples and palaces from an earlier time. Together, the historic vibes collide with future elements for a glorious merging of ages in this beautiful piece.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 145)


It’s that time once again. The clock is approaching five, or past it for all you east coast ninjas, and we’re ready to pour a glass and cut loose. So, we certainly won’t keep you waiting from whatever epicness lies ahead. Just do one thing for us. Please #danceirresponsibly.

Keeper (Feat. Chuck Inglish & Buddy)
Queen Sessi
Sun Is Shining (Bob Marley Cover) // FREE DOWNLOAD
oshi intermission (ode to saturation)
Big Wild
Shaun Frank
BBHMM (Lambo X Doobious Remix)
Jack Ü
To Ü (Ramzoid Remix)
Kingpin feat. Big Sean (Wuki Remix)
RL Grime x K Theory
Scylla 2.0
Steve Z
Lethal Weapon
UZ Feat. 12th Planet
Trap Shit V21
Happy Colors X DJ Blass X Hammo Sung
Maldita Puta 2
ATLiens ✖ Havok Roth
Oliver Heldens
Melody (ANGEMI Ü Version Bootleg)
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[Indie/Synth-Pop] Roosevelt – Night Moves

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Roosevelt has long felt like an act waiting for that one crossover hit before spilling over into mainstream consciousness. While the Cologne based Greco-Roman Records mainstay hasn’t unveiled a significant amount of production since 2013’s excellent Elliot EP, save for some choice remixes and covers, we’ve been waiting for any sort of indication as to when we’ll be afforded the fortuitous opportunity of another Roosevelt record for well… a few years now. And so, as Greco-Roman’s Soundcloud rather unexpectedly dropped the first original single from Roosevelt since last year, “Night Moves”, we took notice like a perked up prairie dog peering out of its hole. All of Roosevelt’s sonic elements on which we’ve grown to love are still there; the warm and suffuse melodies, the soothing psychedelia and the streamlined pop structures, but this time around they’ve wrapped themselves much more closely than ever to the realm of dance music. Carefully layed out acid synth -which leans into Phuture’s 1987 vision more than his tastemaking contemporaries might stray towards- worms its way throughout Roosevelt’s thick sea of pop mutations, while a steady four-four kick never relinquishes its hold on the entire track. We could go on for hours about the finely tuned single that is “Night Moves”, but we know you all came here to listen over anything else. Indulge yourself above.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 4/30 – 5/2


Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:

– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)

Tommy Trash - April 30
Cant Do Without You (Tommy Trash Remix)
Funt Case/Cookie Monsta - May 1
FuntCase and Cookie Monsta
Adrenaline (feat Doctor P)
Boris - May 2
New Vision (Boris Remix)
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[Industrial/Future/House] Golden Features – Baxter

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Golden Features

It’s no doubt one of Australia’s most sought after musical exports is enigmatic masked dance slinger  Golden Features; and if you’ve read our pages regularly you know that’s quite the statement what with our fiery love for our friends Down Under. After finally unveiling the full extent of an upcoming Australian tour featuring San Francisco’s The M Machine, Golden Features simultaneously passed down the first taste of an upcoming EP, XXIV, in the form of a dark and gritty future-house stomper, “Baxter”. “Baxter” is paced with a set of murky,  sweeping pads and a rolling kick-drum filter before unloading a rhythmic dancefloor assault of melting synths, punchy drums, chopped and pitched vocals and minimal percussion. With tunes like this coming out of the Golden Features camp, it’s next to impossible to contain our  collective enthusiasm for the Sydney based artist to gift us with his latest body of work. Do this one, and your ears some justice by playing “Baxter” through a proper set of monitors. You’ll thank us. Check out Golden Features full Australian run of dates below and stream “Baxter” above.

Golden Features w/ The M Machine:

Saturday 27 June – Villa, Perth

Friday 3 July – The Tivoli, Brisbane

Saturday 4 July – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (with What So Not)

Friday 10 July – Prince Bandroom, Melbourne

Friday 17 July – Metro Theatre, Sydney

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