08
Sep 2009
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Still Wild


After having won Digitalism’s remix contest for Taken Away (with an amazing remix, by the way), Turkish producers Gooseflesh locked themselves up in the studio to work on their upcoming EP titled Still Wild. I’m proud to present you a 128k preview of what sounds like a classic disco track in the beginning but turns out to be a nasty monster driven by sick amounts of bass and distortion. Watch out for these guys, kiddos, they got some upcoming remixes for artists such as Fischerspooner and Fukkk Offf.

Gooseflesh – Still Wild
(128k preview)

Bonus: Digitalism – Taken Away (Gooseflesh Remix)

07
Sep 2009
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Dubstep #2


Not really into Dubstep in general (not at all, to be honest), but this thing is serious: Hip Hop classic Made You Look by Nas, turned into a massive hardcore Dubstep banger by Cleveland-based producer Kans. Attention, kiddos, this is heavy shit coming your way. I’m not kidding.

Nas – Made You Look (Kans Edit)

07
Sep 2009
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Kontact Me

Good news, kiddos: My headache is gone, I’m ready for the next banger – and so are you, I suppose. IllStM from France have obviously made the race to be first to send over a remix for the upcoming (but leaked) Boys Noize album Power. The huge and dark sound makes me think of Polymorphic, or even The Proxy.

Boys Noize – Kontact Me (IllStM Remix)

06
Sep 2009
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Hangover Post


Not exactly in the mood for losing too much words on this due to massive hangover. Thanks to Mr. Sub Focus my ears are ringing, and so is my head. Deluce from Paris, France is exactly what I need right now: Chilled, cosmic beats from far, far space. Go check out his other songs on mySpace, they’re dope!

Deluce – Lionsheart

Another quite spacey tune brought to you by Aliquo from the UK: Stars Collide is an amazingly soft and beautiful track that makes me feel a bit christmassy right now – no, I’m not drunk anymore. Looking forward to hear more of these guys.

Aliquo – Stars Collide

Last but not least there’s a track for those of you who are neither feeling hung over nor christmassy: Horace Withers by Toronto-based producer Juliusson is an epic track building up for nearly two minutes, just to break down with enough power and energy to drive out the last bit of dizzyness of your head.

Juliusson – Horace Withers

05
Sep 2009
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Day Off


Sorry, kiddos, no new tunes today – taking a day off. Some big names in town tonight, including the one and only Sub Focus from the UK. Will be partying hard tonight, so don’t expect any posts before tomorrow afternoon/evening. Have a nice weekend, take care y’all…

04
Sep 2009
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Felix Cartal x Pance Party


As you might have noticed, Felix Cartal‘s latest track Drone has been released on RCRDLBL yesterday. RCRDLBL usually asks bloggers not to re-host their tracks but link to their site instead, but Mr. Cartal seems to be feeling generous and gives away a 320k to bloggers: “feel free to post it on your blog as well!” – Thanks, Felix!

Drone is a huge, dirty banger that will be ripping up dancefloors all over the world soon, believe me, kiddos. Speaking of dirty: Pance Party just tossed over their latest remix, which happens to be Felix Cartal’s track SkeletonWe wanted to end the summer with something nasty, so we put together this remix of Felix Cartal’s “Skeleton. Attention, massive distortion coming your way!

Felix Cartal – Drone

Felix Cartal – Skeleton (Pance Party Remix)

04
Sep 2009
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Go!


Big Dada Recordings (Ninja Tune’s hiphop imprint) sent over a big tune taken from Thavius Beck‘s upcoming album Dialogue, out on October 5th. Solid beats, a massive bassline and huge synths, backed by Thavius’ rhymes – even if you’re not really into hip hop, this track will sooner or later catch you.

Thavius Beck – Go! (Offshore Remix)

03
Sep 2009
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Disco Demons Exclusive: Mr Nô


Another Disco Demons exclusive: I’m more than proud to present you the latest remix by French electro maestro Mr. Nô, the secret third member of Justice. In fact, there’s no other explanation for his amazing sound than being related to either Gaspard or Xavier. Anyway, this guy has rocked my world since I heard the first remix he ever did.

His latest work, Desert In The City, sounds like a banging hommage to Justice: A slapping analogue bass intro with huge distorted synths rising in the background that make Justice’s Planisphère look (or sound) like a choire of little school girls.
Oh, and for those of you who have never heard of Mr. Nô before (shame on you!), I include said first remix below. Go educate yourselves, kiddos!

Abstract Sound Project РDesert In The City (Mr N̫ Remix)

Bonus: The Elderberries – Lost My Way (Mr Nô Remix) ♥

02
Sep 2009
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Dirty Disco Podcast


Good news, kiddos: Everybody’s favorite curly-head Dirty Disco Youth just started producing a monthly podcast series, serving you with banging beats and hammering basslines. Here’s the first episode – grab it on iTunes to subscribe or download directly here on Disco Demons.

1. La Roux – Im Not Your Toy (DatA Remix)
2. D.I.M. – Lyposuct
3. Wolfgang Gartner – Fire Power (Original Mix)
4. Fake Blood – I think I like It
5. Night Drugs – Boycott (Algeronics Remix)
6. Steve Aoki – I’m In The House (Gigi Barocco Remix)
7. Bizarre Inc. – I’m Gonna Get You
8. Tiesto & Sneaky Sound System – I Will Be Here (Benny Benassi Remix)
9. Empire Of The Sun – Standing On The Shore (Dirty Disco Youth Remix)
10. Disco Villains – We Just Came To Get The Party Started (Night Drugs Remix)
11. Chicks On Speed & Dirty Disco Youth – Burning Down The House

Dirty Disco Youth – September Mixtape

01
Sep 2009
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Daft To The Throne

I always have to copy & paste Death To The Throne‘s emails, this guy is obviously not only capable of producing fantastic remixes but also of writing the most hilarious emails:

i often feel like a self-involved jerk when i talk about my own music, and today is no exception so i’ll keep this short: included is a remix i made, originally made as an original track but kid cudi has not responded to my facebook harassment. how rude. my apologies if this comes off as lazy or insincere. also my apologies for the gloria estefan-esque congas in the middle. whether its in miami in 1988 or in a dark alley somewhere , the rhythm is gonna get you sooner or later.

Daft Punk – Technologic (Death To The Throne Remix)