Ten tunes. One link. Zero dollars. Here’s the 75th volume of our ongoing weekly free download series, nest10.
If you’re a producer or remixer and would like to have your track considered for the next nest10, send your private SoundCloud streams to submissions @ nesthq.com with the subject “nest10” and we’ll check it out! If you’d like to download past weeks’ volumes, you can find them here.
Find our selections for this week below, and check in with us next Thursday for VOL 76.
nest10 // VOL 75 Tracklist
Mancodex – Ghetto Funk [Box of Cats]
Russian producer Mancodex drops a groovy one on the latest compilation from Box Of Cats. – JB
LOthief – Around U [Box of Cats]
Another standout from the Litterbox 03 compilation out today. Is growl house a thing? – JB
div/div feat. Cursor – Guns Out [self-released]
This is a hype-hour club track that’s as punchy, ghetto fabulous, and potentially anthemic if dropped at the right place/right time. – MH
Crizzly – Ice On My Grill [self-released]
We fell in love with this Crizzly original because he uses throwback Marilyn Manson-style sounds to trap out a proper dubstep face-melter. – MH
Flamingosis – Lemme Work It [self-released]
This is both my favorite remix by Flamingosis and my favorite remix of Missy Elliott. Get on it while it’s still available online! – NB
MYRNE – Ignition [self-released]
If future bass is your jam or if you’ve ever been to a Brownies & Lemonade show, you’ve probably heard MYRNE’s R. Kelly remix before. Grab the download here if you haven’t already. – NB
DROELOE – See Through Me [bitbird]
I love everything that DROELOE does – he’s one of the most sonically innovative future bass producers out there right now. I use that term lightly, as most of future bass is neither bass heavy nor futuristic, but this single is really forward thinking and fantastic. – D
Air Zaïre – Relax (Rio 2016 Boogie) [self-released]
I love everything about this. It’s disco, it’s latin, it’s groovy. – D
vbnd – dress off [self-released]
This one goes out to artists and perfectionists everywhere, and comes with a question: why are some creatives so hard on themselves? vbnd challenged himself and made “dress off” in one hour, but then he says he “will probably delete sometime” since “this mix succ i am so sory”. Well, vbnd, this tune is pretty friggin dope and I hope it sticks around. – NR
yugi boi – childish w/ otxhello [self-released]
It’s been pretty much a year since yugi boi and otxhello have cooked up a song together. yugi brings the tasty production to the table, and otxhello’s flow is folksy and familiar. – NR