Monday, December 20, 2010


English indie super group Mystery Jets do a gorgeous reworking of this track from fellow Brits Everything Everything. The Everything brothers' vocals find a comfortable spot to work their magic in between some Arabian synths and an afro-type drum pattern.

And now for something completely different, I bring you the master of strange noises, Swedish Tony Senghore. This mix of "Burnin'" was featured on the EP of the same name that dropped earlier this month. It shows off the Swede's creative potential as he continuously toys with his vocal sample until it drops into a downright nuts pitter-pattering drum beat.

I can't help but get excited when I hear news of a fresh Boys Noize track. Yet, this one doesn't quite display the Berlin-based techno genius' typical style. As Sir Real said to me, this is what it would sound like if Boys Noize did dubstep. Anyways, it's still spacey, beautiful and definitely worth checking out.

Alright here's where you really get excited. New Pryda. Nothing really needs to be said about this dude; it's common knowledge that Eric Prydz produces some of the best prog/tech/and straight house around. "Illusions" is simply out of this world. Take a listen below.

Bustin' loose with some Afrojack. The Dutchman does a massive mixing of that strangely addicting Black Eyed Peas hit "The Time (Dirty Bit)". Strap your faces to your skulls everybody!

I'll cap things off with a preview of a new Wolfgang Gartner track that's been floating around the blogosphere recently. It sounds pretty insane. Garnter incorporates some more typical Dutch house sound than we're used to seeing from him, but it still maintains much of his unique sound. Can't wait for the release.


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