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Watch A-Trak Chop Up Pusha T’s “The Games We Play” In New Turntablism Video

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A-Trak is certainly one of the most prominent turntablists within the realm of electronic music. He’s been booked at a wide variety of shows and festivals where he’s able to not only throw down a DJ set, but also show off his incredibly impressive turntable routines.

Occasionally, A-Trak will take to YouTube to upload videos of himself trying out new routines. He recently posted a brief, minute long video of him messing around with Pusha T’s “The Games We Play,” one of the hottest songs off the G.O.O.D. Music artist’s recent album, Daytona.

He chops the song up right in front of us, creating a unique little segment that he then uses to transition into Eve’s “Let Me Blow Ya Mind.” The routine is short, but nearly flawless, and it’s awesome that A-Trak decided to share this with everyone.

Check out the clip of the routine below and enjoy!

Lane 8 Does Not Disappoint On New Deep House Track “The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard”

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It seems like we just finally got finished with a full listen through Lane 8’s 5-hour, masterful Summer 2018 Mixtape, and he’s already got new music for us. His last release was an amazingly tranquil two track EP in collaboration with Anderholm and Khåen, but this new release is much different. The new track is titled “The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard,” and it’s pure deep house heat.

Most of Lane 8’s recent music has been the kind of stuff you could meditate to for hours straight, but “The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard” is designed for a club setting. The tune still retains Lane 8’s dreamy melodies, which we expected, but the bassline comes in hard, and caught us totally off guard.

During the second half, the track builds up a tremendous amount of energy and then proceeds to drop even harder, with Lane 8 introducing a new, gritty, distorted synth that would send any dancefloor into a frenzy.

We’re seriously digging this fresh upbeat sounding track from Lane 8, and we think you will too. Stream “The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard” below and enjoy!

Lane 8 - The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard

Chris Lake & Destructo Drop New Tech-House Weapon “Y.O.D.O.”

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Chris Lake’s fresh new label Black Book Records continues to put forth some phenomenal tracks. We’ve already been treated to some ridiculous tech house bombs like “Dance With Me,” “Lose My Mind,” and “Drop Top.” Now, Chris Lake teams up with Destructo to drop one of their most played out and anticipated weapons, “Y.O.D.O.

We’ve been waiting on this one for a minute. It’s been making its way around the festival circuit, and being supported by artists like Justin Martin and Fisher, and today it finally sees the light of day.

As is always the case with Chris Lake and Destructo, the production extremely clean. Just as “Y.O.D.O.” sounds like it’s going to drift off into some euphoric melody, it flips itself upside down, dropping hard with a trippy ascending synth that’s fueled by a steady bass line. It comes back around one more time before fading out, leaving you with just enough, but also begging you to play it over again.

Stream the track below and enjoy!

Chris Lake & Destructo - Y.O.D.O.

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