Saturday, August 7, 2010

If you want me you can find me in the 'A'

OKAY it's Saturday. Let's get things started seeing as there is partying to be done, it is the weekend after all.

We're going to take this kinda slow starting with a brunch of sorts. This Aeroplane remix of "Baby I'm Yours" by the one of a kind Breakbot deals out two full servings of funk wrapped in your recommended daily value of groove. Just snap your fingers when you get to a 1.25 minutes.
Breakbot - Baby I'm Yours ft. Irfane (Aeroplane Remix)

Lazy Rich's programming ability is evidenced here on an electro jam with funky, stuttering progressive synths.
Toby Emerson - Never Comin' Down (Lazy Rich Remix)

Culture has found this song to be mentally handicapped. That's right, this track is totally retarded. Things don't start to get started until 1:00, where you'll find the latin-inspired synth lurking in your speakers.
Da Hool - Meet Her at the Love Parade (Nom De Strip Remix)

New Weezy single featuring Drake. Consider this a warning: this is the Lil Wayne we used to love, not the one who's been spreading his rap genius too thinly as of late. This joint is thoroughly unreleased.
Lil Wayne - Right Above It ft. Drake (CDQ/No DJ)

the Clubhaus
So this is a new feature I'll be doing probably every post, but we’ll see how it goes.
Remember when you were a kid and you had a tree house and it was called the clubhouse and no girls were allowed and all you did was read comics and play Cowboys and Indians and other such ultra-violent, make-believe games? Well I don’t, ‘cause I never had a fucking tree house, who do you think I am. Anyway, back to the ‘90s pop-culture clubhouse reference—this is like that except girls are totally allowed and instead of reading comics all we do is rave our faces off. The Clubhaus will be providing you with the best of the hard, big room sounds you seek this holiday season. However, there are rules. The first rule of the Clubhaus is that all tracks must be played as loud as possible. If this rule is not followed you are to be found in violation of NAFTA and extradited from the Clubhaus, as you clearly do not belong and are probably a terrorist. Other than that the Clubhaus is your playground and the vanguard of unspeakably incomprehensible club music the world over. Come here for your fix of music that belongs only in a club, the kind of music that makes you say “What the fuck, that was just loud-ass computer noises!” the first time you hear it, the kind of music that shouldn’t be understood but feels good.

Both of these guys are totally nuts, so if you put 'em together its just not fair... Shit gets real real at 2 minutes flat, although as with all works of art I suggest you give the buildup a solid listen.

Wolfgang Gartner & Mark Knight - Conscindo (Original Club Mix)

Ignore that stupid electronic plunking noise for the first minute, vocals are phenomenal.

Wynter Gordon - Dirty Talk (Laidback Luke Remix)

Stuck somewhere between progressive and electro house Sidney Samson found this hybrid banger.

Sidney Samson - Panorama (Original Mix)

Treasure Fingers

Atlanta born DJ and producer Treasure Fingers is in town tonight for a set at U Street Music Hall. I've loved this man's particular brand of house music for about three years now, its sure to be a good time.

Treasure Fingers - Cross the Dancefloor

Diamond Cut - Teardrops (Treasure Fingers Filter Disco Edit)

Shouts to PK, its a motherfucker's birthday. Do it big tonight.


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