Tuesday, March 29, 2011


I actually meant to post this a ways back, but it must have slipped my mind. Coming off of the absurdly massive Miami Noize 2 compilation on BNR, "Glass" combines that frenetic techno sound we all know D.I.M. & Tai bring to the table with an almost funky melody.
D.I.M. & Tai - Glass (Original Mix)

John Poincarre is a name I've just recently come across, and given that his website is entirely in French, I don't know too much about him. What I've gathered though is that he know a thing or two about making fine ass disco house, as proven by "Get Up, Yeah!" whose sample you may recognize from Foamo's "Generate Some Heat".

Boston duo and Bright & Shiny hall of famers Nightriders can do no wrong, it seems. This recent remix they did for Cassian has it all, knocking drums, a catchy vocal sample, and quirky synths that build into a drop of one of their signature groovy basslines.

Poolside's "Do You Believe" is the perfect song with which to welcome some warmer weather and more sun: a slow, light-hearted romp with hints of an 80's vibe and a sing-along chorus that you'll be glad you can't get out of your head. Also check out the James Curd remix on beatport, he kills it.

New Dada Life released today. Though I find the vocals a little too cheesy, no doubt this one hits hard. Support it on the beatportal.

Now, if you're like Patrick and myself and you missed out on all the Ultra festivities this year (again) or you just want to re-live the experience, check out pretty high quality recordings of sets from Afrojack, Avicii, and other big acts at beatmyday.com. Thanks to Khiz for the heads up on that.



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