OK, I love this mix from The Living Graham Bond. I put it on my Ipod and went for a run through the park and I was trying to figure out how to dance and run at the same time. I was pumping the fists, shaking my butt and had a groove in each step, nice work Gram Cheers! Pick up the mix right here for free and then shoot over to Beatport and buy something of his.
Lately its been all about Digi-Cumbia for me. I’ve watched it grow from its infancy through its awkward stages and now its all grown up and keeping people shaking on the dance floor. G.RabbitDirtyRedEyes out of France is no exception, he’s been throwing downs some great grooves using a lot of different elements. Anything from traditional cumbia to Elvis, Adel, Santi Gold to name a few. If you dig that Spanish flava your going to like this.
Here’s a local Portland talent who has put out some great Moombahton remixes lately. Mud Simple says it perfectly ”I make music, I like music, I dance to music. I’m a Dj.” A man of few words and Big Beats. Check him out on Soundcloud for more tracks.
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Alright we have just three short days until Marco Giuliani aka Last Japan drops his “Settle Down” Ep. If you haven’t heard this South London music producer, he is putting out some of the best Uk Garage around. His title track “Settle Down” featuring the smooth and sexy vocals of Bobbie Gordon is pure bass line magic, the perfect soundtrack to roll around with on a Friday night. Make sure and check out all of his tracks and remixes on Soundcloud and you can always help support him by visiting Beatport and buying some music.
Other stuff by Last Japan
You’re one seriously bad ass dude if you mess with the Wu Tang clan and Max Tannone takes them on like only a real Kung Fu master can. Now you probably know Max Tannone best from his most well-known project Jaydiohead a Jay Z, Radiohead mash up album that showed yet again that remixing is an artistry. We know that anybody can pick up a laptop and with the right software and technical know how start remixing songs, but it takes skill, talent and musicianship to do it at this kind of level. He’s taken the Ghostface Killah from the The Wu Tang and remixed him using vintage African funk, high-life and psychedelic music. Now I tried to choose one track to highlight in this article but i couldn’t choose just one, there all good. In fact it kept me circling my block a few times this evening just because I didn’t want to get out of the car, that’s the real test. You can head over to his website to download full albums from all his projects, free of course.