Drezo has accumulated quite the following over the years. But since Jauz started repping Drezo's remix of Drowning Pool's "Bodies" during his live sets, Drezo quickly became one of the most talked about new producers. We last featured the LA producer for his remix of SNAILS and heRobust's "Pump This" and now he finally drops off the official version of "Bodies."
Turning the gritty original into a hard-hitting house remix, Drezo utilizes the intense vocals to deliver his own unique take on the song. Though we initially heard the song after Jauz posted a slightly viral video from one of his recent shows which included the song in his set, Drezo gives us the full quality version today. Check out the grimey song below and grab that free download.
Drowning Pool – Bodies (Drezo Remix) | Free Download
Let the bodies hit the floor (^^^)
Posted by JAUZ on Monday, January 11, 2016
Halogen, an exciting production duo hailing from Atlanta, are currently in the act of creating infectious indie-house tracks that carry a cluster of summer vibes.
The guys have followed up on their summertime remix of Misterwives' "Hurricane" with a lovely rework of rising Los Angeles producer SNBRN's recent single "Beat the Sunrise". The guys speed up the tempo to bring a more club fit dynamic while instilling happy electro-styled synths and progressive house rythyms into the heartbeat of the track. The aforementioned additions fit nicely around Andrew Watt's vocal range.
Stream the exlcusive premiere of Halogen's newest remix below and grab an exclusive free download for 48 hours. Enjoy
SNBRN – Beat The Sunrise feat. Andrew Watt (Halogen Remix) | Limited Free Download
Gaspard Michel Andre Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, who are better known as Justice, made recent headlines after Busy P stated that new music from the iconic duo would be coming soon as they put the finishing touches on their third studio album.
As we await with anticipation for the followup Justice album, Busy P brought his longtime friends onto the airwaves to lay down an impressive 2 hour spans across years of french and electro house. Featuring a ton of cuts from themselves alongside lots of collaborators and label mates.
Listen to the 2 hour mix below as we continue to patiently wait for more news on the new Justice album. Enjoy!
Justice – Two-Hour Mix For Busy P
Dynamic bass pioneers Knife Party have just delivered their newest project, “Trigger Warning”, a 4 song EP filled with heavy electro flavor served with a hint of satire. Just yesterday we received the first taste of the project in the form of a massive dubstep remix from rising LA producer Jauz. Now we get the full stream of all 4 songs in full glory before the EP’s release tomorrow.
Knife Party visited Zane Lowe for an interview to promote the EP, mentioning they aimed to approach the project with a sense of humor most notably on “Plur Police”. This is Nothing new for KP as they have created satirical tracks in the past with tunes like "EDM Trend Machine" off their debut album Abandon Ship, a track poking fun at the rapid ascension and saturation of the tropical house and deep house genres.
Their new EP “Trigger Warning” brings Knife Party’s signature cinematic style together perfectly for a collection of dance floor ready bangers. This release will wrap up a monster year for the duo which included headlining performances at Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Global Gathering and a long list of other note worthy festivals around the world. As far as their plans for 2016, Zane Lowe mentions the status of the group’s inactive project, Pendulum, but as has been the case in the past the two leave little hope regarding if and when the project will start back up again. Check out the whole EP below and KP’s interview with Zane Lowe. Enjoy
Knife Party – Trigger Warning EP | Out Nov. 20
Zane Lowe's World Record & Interview
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