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  • It’s no secret that Skream digs Disco. From his 80s Prom Set on the infamous Holy Ship to a full-on Disco mix he put out for download via Twitter back in May, Skream has been broadening his musical boundaries with… Read the rest.

  • LiL Texas hits us with another massive rework, this time featuring an edit of R. Kelly’s “Sext Me”, made with equal parts hands-in-the-air sing-a-long and bass-blasted, pop-and-locked dance floor heat. Head over to facebook to grab the free download and… Read the rest.

  • Mad Decent‘s freebie sub-imprint, Jeffree’s, has been known to bring some relatively underrated talent into the spotlight since it first kicked off, with standout tracks like Baauer‘s “Harlem Shake,” DJ Snake‘s “Bird Machine,” and GTA‘s “Booty Bounce” all rising to… Read the rest.

  • Shortly after the boom of America’s indie electro movement in 2007, Ben “Swardy” Swardlick, Eric Luttrell and Andy Coenen met in San Francisco and formed production and DJ trio, Pance Party. After rising to the top of Bay Area’s club… Read the rest.

  • “BRINGING THE APOCALYPSE” is pure, dark, summer fun and a bit of modern rave music at it’s finest. The mix features a collection of modern jaw-droppers pieced together by Proxy, the Russian producer who gave us “Raven”, “Dance in Dark”,… Read the rest.

  • “Bubble Butt” is a massive crossover tune. Produced by Diplo and Valentino Khan and toplined by an all-star cast of Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga, and Mystic, the single from April-released Free the Universe is still going very strong, and… Read the rest.

  • San Francisco’s resident experimental bass lord Grenier is planning a re-release of this year’s stand-out Voids Three full length, according to facebook; “It’s been repackaged and completely remastered by legendary mastering engineer Mike Bell (aka Hive) at Darkart Mastering.”
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  • Synergy is sometimes difficult to attain in the studio. Multiple artists working together with different ideas, styles, and techniques can be problematic at times, but the dance music community generally has embraced the idea of collaboration, especially now with the… Read the rest.

  • Some of the best Drake reworks to surface out of Jersey’s rising DIY production scene have come from Dj Irresistible. His new one for Drizzy’s “All Me” transforms the smokey Aziz-sampling anthem into a massive, rapid-fire club bounce, closing with… Read the rest.