Michael Jackson, the musical genius and legend, jumped back into the hearts and minds of his fans and followers on the 18th of September with the release of his Bad 25th Anniversary Edition album. The album features a plethora of re-mastered hits from the original album along with quality remixes from more recent powerhouse artists. One of the more notable remixes included on this album is UK duo Nero’s massive remix of “Speed Demon”. Nero transform the original into a hard-hitting electro jam while expertly maintaining the original vibes and sensual undertones that only MJ himself could produce. This is Nero at their finest. Sit back, turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Speed Demon (Nero Remix)
Happy fuckin’ Friday, ninjas! Woooo, it’s a big one out here in Denver. We have Skylab: Mission Blackout tomorrow, and Hoodie Allen Sunday night. Shit’s gonna get real ridiculous around here. Regardless though of whether you have big plans, or no plans, we want you to loosen up and get after it this weekend. We know the hours you’ve put in all week, and we’re here to help you melt away the stress. Look below. You see that? That’s 10 tracks of sheer dance-inducing pleasure you’re about to listen to. So lace up those god damn dancin’ shoes, and get after it already!
Download Zip: Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #21
Alive (Kastra Remix)
Zedd vs System Of A Down
DovreguBYOBen (Felguk Edit)
Well Be Coming Back (Tom Budin Bootleg Remix)
DallasK Vs. Porter Robinson
Uniter (Xenology KK Mashup)
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs Example
Well Be Coming Back To Tomorrowland (DJ QF Edit)
Dada Life vs Qulinez
Feed The Troll (DJ QF Edit)
Cedric Gervais vs. Hardwell
Molly Zelda (Panic City bootleg).mp3
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso vs NERVO
Youre Calling Love Again (DJ QF Edit)
R3hab & Calvin Harris
The Night vs Flashback (R3hab vs Panic City & Miles Medina Bootleg)
Calvin Harris vs Swanky Tunes vs R3hab vs Tommy Trash
Sending My Flashback (Tommy Trash Bootleg)
Every time I see a Phone Booth, I’m just waiting for Tal Levy AKA Clark Kent to hop out. This is one of the filthiest tunes that Mr. Kent has dropped to date, remixing ”Bombs Over Capitals” by Max Vangeli & AN21. Yes there is a remix competition for this track but Clark Kent told me he wasn’t doing it for that, he just loved these incredible vocals. He utilizes the vocals perfectly while mixing in some relentless brain scrambling wobbles, definitely one of the best sounds he has produced yet. Make sure to blast this insane tune on the biggest speakers you can find, hopefully Superman himself will show up and rage with you. Cheers.
Max Vangeli & AN21
Bombs Over Capitals (Clark Kent Remix) (FREE DOWNLOAD @ 100 FAVORITES)
Montreal’s Folly and the Hunter stopped by a sparkling picturesque lake to perform a brand new song called “How It Came Down,” with a little help from Rob MacPhee of Paper Lions (who we featured yesterday) and Wayne Petti of Cuff the Duke. With an acoustic guitar, bare vocals, and nothing but Mother Nature as their audience, it doesn’t get any more intimate and lovely than this.
For more music, including Folly and the Hunter’s 2011 album Residents, visit their Bandcamp page.
Paris Burns is hailing from none other the Denver, Colorado and pumping out high octane bangers. This artist has already gained support from the likes of James Egbert, and it makes perfect sense because their styles are very similar. Paris brings very hard and grimey Electro that keeps you wanting for more throughout the whole tune. The progression on this track, “Rumble In The Bronxx” is nothing short of amazing bringing a high energy sound design that would kill dance floors. Cheers.
Rumble in the Bronxx (Original Mix)
Released on Spetember 13th via Auidiophile Live
With the cold weather dropping in without any warning (other than the turn of the page on my calendar), it’s easy to fondly imagine an alternate lifestyle out in California, with days spent on the beach kicking up sand and relaxing in the sun. Well, Dag Savage is here to remind us that life in the Golden State isn’t all sunshine and smiles. Just like everybody else, the folks there have their daily struggles as well. While the title “Cali Dreamin” sounds warm and idealistic, the content of the song touches on much harsher realities in regards to poverty and violence. Johaz, along with fellow left coasters Fashawn and Co$$, all reflect on their own rough upbringings over a melodic looping piano brought courtesy of the always excellent Exile. Although this track isn’t featured on any specific projects just yet, stay tuned for more Dag Savage in the near future. I have a feeling you’ll like what you hear.
Dag Savage (Johaz & Exile) Cali Dreamin ft. Fashawn & Co$$ MP3 Download
This week Floridian indie group Levek, led by multi-instrumentalist David Levesque, released “Girl In The Fog.” Compared to their other songs “Black Mold Grow” and “French Lessons”, this one’s sparse and folk-tinged — reminiscent of greats like Simon & Garfunkel — and its charm and allure wraps you like a warm blanket on a crisp and chilly Fall day. Though it’s acoustic, there’s a lot going on here: intricate guitar work that trickles and weaves throughout and delicate vocals that quiver with emotion.
“Girl In The Fog” is off Levek’s debut album, Look A Little Closer, out September 25th on Lefse Records.