Kenny Beats and Ryan Marks just couldn't help themselves. They had to throw "Muney" into one of those handcranked machines at the airport, and ratchet that sucker out into a shiny new reboot. This LOUDPVCK edit steampunks the original into a flashy, stuttering cut with plenty of hissing steam and clanging pipes. Taking that syzzurp slow bounce and kicking in some added percussion hustles this track into a double-time feel instead of ambling around in a promethazine haze. Beats and Marks are the new dons in the fast-paced trap circuit. These highly-trained, highly-skilled producers are the cutthroat captains of a junked out pirate ship headed for your port. Get on board.
Armond Arabshahi knows what he's doing. Take the hottest record of the year (and the most anticipated release in recent history), and add a dash of booty grooving, utterly addicting, and totally hummable additions to make it your own and BAM! You've got a hit on your hands. He's "Doin' It Right." The Unlike Pluto remix of Daft Punk's mega hit featuring Animal Collective's Panda Bear has such a easy groove it's easy to fall into a sublime trance with a smile draped across your face. This kind of indie dance is growing on so many different levels, and it's great to see a new side of Pluto. Download this one for FREE.
Avast, trap fans and fanettes, alike, there is a new trap cap'n coming aboard. NorthStar and Solstice have joined forces to become one--Gold Tip Toes. Seattlites Trevor Huber and Dallas Blacker have been slaying the Sea-Tac dubstep scene for a while, but have spread their wings with the new Gold Tip Toes project. This bass-heavy trap duo is already charting mixes and collective likeminded trap aficionados to their sound. "Coming To" blends Balkan melodies with stuttering beats. And there are even some old-school wobbles thrown in for fun. With a syncopated swagger and a delectable melody, you'll be humming this one all the way to the band. This FREE DOWNLOAD is a treasure trove of golden goodness. Dive in!
You loved them when they defeated blue Arnold Schwarzenegger and Uma Thurman as some sort of odd plant lady. You loved them when Jim Carrey was still silly and wore weird outfits before he got all serious and stuff and couldn't get over that chick he dated. And of course, you loved when MitiS & MaHi produced "Blu." So the new dynamic duo is back (and I won't tell you which one is Batman, because you never want to be Robin--circus people are scary) with a brand new house hit, "Sky." Bubbly and sensual, this track lights up all your chakras and blasts you into hyperdrive on good, positive energy. If you aren't already on the MitiS tip, you're bananas. Joe Torre is a bona fide star. And you don't have to drop a dime on it!