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If you’re feeling manic this Monday, just throw in the ear buds and find your inner zen with Gab Rhome’s guest mix for The Next Level 091 on Proton radio, which aired last week and we haven’t been able to stop bumping ever since.
Gab Rhome is first and foremost a music producer in the house scene recognized for his melodies and lush soundscapes. A musician since the age of 6, he has a deep knowledge of music theory, skills he now applies to create a story in his tracks. He aims to bring his listeners on a journey, a decadent affair.
As a DJ, he understands his audience with his sensitive side and builds a hypnotic set. Enjoy the beautiful ride, bumpers!
What a breath of fresh air listening to Bassnectar’s new EP “Into the Sun”, a preview of his latest project, a 16-track album featuring reworked songs from his 2005 album “Mesmerizing the Ultra”, new Bassnectar remixes and previously-unreleased originals. The full album drops on June 30th on his own label Amorphous Music, caps off with a bonus 70-minute mix of the album titled “Mixtape 13.”
We’re transported back to the young Lorin during his remix of Dorfex Bos…simply magical thinking about how magical this year’s BASSLIGHTS will be with this crisp new take on his oldschool sound.
His remix of the Naked and Famous’s “No Way” sends chills through my spine, taking me to a dreamlike state. Then, just when you thought dubstep couldn’t have more heavy metal roots, Bassnectar teams up with G Jones to create the crunchy, mind-expanding joy ride of “The Mystery Spot”. Again, I’m smiling thinking about how our crew will be dancing as I sit here grooving to “Speakerbox”.
Find a spot to kick back, relax, and vibe on the fresh tunage from Bassnectar, bumpers!
Bassnectar – Into the Sun
INTO THE SUN TRACKLISTING:
1. Bassnectar & Levitate – Chasing Heaven
2. The Naked & Famous – No Way (Bassnectar Remix)
3. Bassnectar – Into The Sun
4. Bassnectar – Speakerbox ft. Lafa Taylor
5. Bassnectar & G Jones – The Mystery Spot
6. Bassnectar & Louis Futon – Sideways ft. Zion I
7. David Heartbreak – Rose Colored Bass (Bassnectar Remix)
8. Bassnectar & Gnar Gnar – Generate
9. Psymbionic & Of The Trees – One Thing ft. Cristina Soto (Bassnectar Remix)
10. Bassnectar & Luzcid – Science Fiction
11. Bassnectar – Blow [2015 Version]
12. Wintergatan – Sommarfågel (Bassnectar Remix)
13. Dorfex Bos – Dorfex Bos (Bassnectar remix) [2015 Version]
14. Bassnectar & Sayr – Breathing [2015 Version]
15. Bassnectar & Kang – Dubuasca [2015 Version]
16. Bassnectar & Sayr – Enter The Chamber [2015 Version]
17. Bassnectar – Mixtape 13
I am traveling to New York City this weekend for some much needed time with my family, friends and to soak up some east coast summer vibes. It only seemed appropriate to have my boy Beckwith providing the musical soundtrack for this journey. Can’t wait to see everyone out and about. PEACE!
Lane 8’s summer mix is finally here! This incredible mix includes lots of new tunes from his upcoming album ‘Rise’ as well as his favorite music from the past 3 months.
The absolute perfect soundtrack to your #ThirstyThursday Enjoy, bumpers!
Lane 8 Summer 2015 Mixtape
This Thursday we are THIRSTY for the beats of our favorite Deep House duo, Dusky, who will be spinning an extended set this Saturday 6/20 at Verboten in Brooklyn.
From their nostalgic piano anthem ‘Yoohoo’ through to the darker, jungle-nodding house of ‘Inta’, London duo Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell aka Dusky have become renowned for both the breadth and diversity of their production sound. As touring DJs, their non-stop global touring has included headline tours in Australia, New Zealand, North America, UK and Europe over the past 12 months – including a packed out Miami WMC showcase and their all-night set at London’s Laundry (which sold out nearly a month in advance).
Both artistically uncompromising and undeniably accessible, the duo’s sound achieves widespread DJ support from names such as Disclosure, Maya Jane Coles, George Fitzgerald and Heidi, whilst Radio 1 tastemakers Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Danny Howard all champion them heavily.
Entitled the ‘Ordinary World EP’, Dusky‘s latest release brings together four diverse tracks that showcase their widescreen approach to club sounds; again balancing moody tones with warmer shades.
Drawing on Belgian techno and UK rave influences, the mutant 4/4 of ‘Jilted’ is the first track to be revealed from the EP; premiered as a Special Delivery on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last Friday. Delving into the grimy, warehouse-ready side that feeds into so many of the duo’s DJ sets, ‘Jilted’ is a six minute surge of heavy kicks, hoovers, relentless bass stabs and burnt-out euphoria.
Elsewhere on the EP, lead track ‘Skin Deep’ draws on ambient, almost Orbital-esque textures, distinctive vocal hooks and an unmistakably Dusky groove; a unique blend full of sonic detail and musicality. Channeling the Dusky duo’s love of big room techno, the hypnotic, wall-of-sound ‘Parakeet Feet’ is built around an insistent and repetitive lead line that morphs throughout the song. Completing the EP is a much requested track from Dusky‘s recent sets – the quirky roller ‘Squeezer’.
We have been following Jai Wolf since his first remix three years ago… now, the NYC based producer has finally released his first ORIGINAL TRACK!!! After gaining worldwide recognition with his “Ease My Mind” Skrillex remix, Jai has now played at Coachella and Bonnaroo, had #1 songs on HypeMachine a handful of times, and now has his first original track “Indian Summer” on ODESZA‘s Foreign Family Collective.
Clearly, we wouldn’t expect anything less than amazing, and Jai definitely delivered. He chose a road less trappy, and gave us something more euphoric and enlightening. This debut is full of his signature high-pitched vocals, summery tones and beats, all encompassed by big synths to bring everything together smoothly. All in all, this song flows through your body making you feel better and better with every new sound, making you wish it lasted forever.
Congrats Jai Wolf, and we cannot wait to see what else you have up your sleeve. We’ll be bumpin this all summer.