Ryan Hemsworth, one of the hottest producers in the game right now, made an epic, exclusive mix for the BBC Radio 1Xtra show Diplo and Friends over the weekend. The hour-long collection not only features his own original work and remixes, but tracks from R. Kelly, Chief Keef, The Knife, Janet Jackson, Shlohmo and WAY MORE (we’re talking 40+ songs, guys). Check it out above.
For all the US-based Jessie Ware fans, let us rejoice! The UK electro-soul songstress will finally release her excellent debut, Devotion, for us on April 16th (it dropped months ago almost everywhere else). We’ve had to anxiously wait like impatient children for this, but at least the stateside version includes two new tracks. We’ve heard one of them, the uptempo house track “Imagine It Was Us”, and here’s the second: a remix of “Wildest Moments” featuring none other than A$AP Rocky. The rework features some rather low key verses from the emcee, which is fine with us, seeing as the original was near-perfect on its own. Listen in via the video or mp3 stream.
We always love when it comes time for our resident artist to share some exclusives with us and Bass Kleph decided it was the ideal time to share a mini mix of him from a live show in Seattle. This mix has it all and more that BK’s listeners have come to expect from him. So throw some shrimp on the barbie and turn this mini mix to a higher level and let BK’s sound ride free.
1 Epic – Quitino & Sandro Silva (Live Maschine performance)
2 Make Some Noise – Chuckie & Junxterjack
3 D# Fat – Armin Van Buuren, W&W – (Bass Kleph edit)
4 Sunrise Again – Tommy Trash vs Antoine Clamaran & Cutee B – (Bass Kleph Mashup)
5 Hit It – GTA, Digital Lab, Henrix
6 Incredible – Carnage, Borgore – (Live Maschine performance)
7 Coming Home (Bass Kleph Remix) – The Twins
8 Flashing Lights (Bobby Vena Remix) – Bass Kleph and Ron E Jones
It would be an understatement to say that Justin Timberlake is having one of the best week’s in his career. From topping the charts to selling nearly 1 million copies of his latest album in his first week of release, the 6 year hiatus had no effect on his musical standing with fans old and new. So with such success, it was only a matter of time before producers and DJ’s dropped some remixes to his new tracks.
Taking on the dance track “Let the Groove Get in”, Sammy Bananas puts his hands on the infectious number. The underground DJ revamps the pop single by adding in some funky vibes, spanish vibe, and EDM influences. As the track fluctuates from a fast and dance-worthy tempo to a smoother, laid-back feel, it still retains the same Timbaland touch that makes it so charming.