We’re ecstatic that Bassjackers‘ have released “Crackin‘” as a free download since they earned 100k likes on their Facebook page! Marlon and Ralph (of Bassjackers) have undoubtedly been dominating the electro-house scene this year, considering their mindblowing New Year’s Eve Day set (post-Dada Life) at Dada Land, handful of all new original mixes, and killer festival performances. Catch them at Webster Hall this Saturday if you feel like going nuts, or if you have an urge to duckface with Marlon!
If you’re in the mood for a more high-energy mix, look toward Michael Woods’ newest podcast. It’s all over the place in the best way possible; hard to believe that Destructo, Angger Dimas, David Guetta and Jacob Plant tracks could work together in a single hour, but here it is below for your listening pleasure! Trust us, we’re just as shocked as you are.
We repeat: it’s definitely Christmas in June. Maya Jane Coles posted one of the ‘Everything‘ (ft. Karin Park) remixes this weekend, before her new album “Comfort” has even been released. We couldn’t be more pleased with BrEaCh’s take on the song, and look forward to hearing the rest of the remixes, let alone the album itself, which will be released on July 2, 2013!
His mixes might be few and far between, but are well worth the wait. Another seasoned NYC DJ/producer,Carl Kennedy’sShark Attack Mix (also known as the NYC Summer Mix) for Wasted Youth Music is soaked with Carl’s surefire knack for both toning down and building up our favorite house tracks into hour-long sets with serious flow. This one will definitely be on repeat for…well, the entire summer, of course.
It must be Christmas in June, because DJ Gina Turner has presented us with a free download of her new EP with Kick-OH!. Gina told fans she would release the EP once she received either 22,000 Twitter followersor 12,000 Facebook likes, and it seems that Facebook won the race. This New York DJ has continued to surpass all standards we’ve ever had about minimal techno and deep house, and she makes a fantastic duo with Kick-OH!; we just wish the EP had more tracks for us to vibe to.