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Majid Jordan – A Place Like This (Rainer + Grimm Remix)

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Majid Jordan - A Place Like This (Rainer + Grimm Remix)

Originally heard as the lead song on their guest mix for THUMP, Rainer + Grimm have finally returned with a remix for Toronto-based OVO affiliated duo Majid Jordan’s song A Place Like This. The booming kick and original, meandering synth line, paired with the duo’s deep signature bounce and Majid’s impactful lyrics make this remix a work of art.

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Su Na – Meridian

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Oct 1, 2014
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There’s been an awful rumor spreading around Salacious Sound, that Andrew’ is leaving us in search of the best Petite Sirah, ever. I’ve had a hard time dealing with this news and I guess the best way to describe how I feel is with a track (obviously). I reached out to the homie Su Na, described how I felt and this beautiful track is the result. Take a listen and maybe try to convince Andrew not to leave.

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Can i just say “hey,” one last time?

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Nylo – Someone Like You (SKULS RIP)

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Oct 1, 2014
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SKULS are another duo on the Salacious radar. It’s hard to imagine that these two only have 600 followers on Soundcloud with the consistent anthems they release. Their last RIP of Childish Gambino was one of my all time favorites, but Someone Like You equals my love of past with its sultry style. This track is most definitely 100% bedroom certified.

 

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Nightwaves #021: Los Cabos

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Sep 30, 2014
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Took a break for the summer but I’m back and can’t believe how much good music there is out there right now. Here are a few of my most recent favourites accompanied by some old gems to keep the cold away. The mix was inspired by a recent trip I took to a beautiful place called Los Cabos.

 

Tracklist:

1) Sarah (Touch Sensitive Remix) – Rufus

2) All I Need (ft. Skintown) – Dickystixxx

3) Midnight Crush (Oxford Remix) – Walter Sobcek

4) Inside Me (Cooperated Souls Remix) – Dliah

5) Tomahawk feat. Fausto – Thomas Schwartz

6) Thinking About It – Just Kiddin

7) All of the People – Panama Wedding

8) Isla – Felon

9) Pleasure Principle (Eli Escobar Remix) – Lauren Flax

10) ILYSB (Ferdinand Weber Remix) – LANY

11) Slow Burn – Durante

12) Dreams (Panda Remix) – Tough Love

13) Another Day – Chris Malinchak

Stay True,

LeCastell 

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Alex Young – LNDNBRDGE / SXYBCK

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Sep 26, 2014
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A mish-mash of unexpected tunes in an unexpected fashion, Alex Young put this together “because fergie is a bad bitch”, and “JT is pretty cool too”. A classy, yet playful take on some respectable pop tracks, I’d recommend you grab dat free download!

 

 

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– StatiK

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Rebolledo Vs. Barnt / The Mayan Warrior Pt. 1 [LANDR Podcast 004]

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Sep 26, 2014
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One of the most spectacular art-cars in the desert of dreams that is Burning Man, The Mayan Warrior is a project of epic proportions. LANDR are proud to present some of the highlights from this year’s run. For the first instalment, the mighty Rebolledo goes back-to-back with Barnt, an artist out of the Kompakt camp who is primed to blow up this year with the release of his debut LP on his own Magazine imprint.

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Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Fantasy

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Sep 24, 2014
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I introduced you to this perfect marriage of producer and vocalist awhile back, and they’ve joined up again to create Fantasy. It sounds like the backdrop to the best dream you’ve ever had.

There isn’t enough time to name off the insane range of influences making up such a unique blend… Reggae twisted, funk infused, pop sprinkled, punch in the feels R&B? … with slick vocal chops and string breakdowns? Whatev. Enjoy the most relaxing feel-good song you’ve heard in awhile, and know that there’s a whole EP coming shortly.

 

 

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– StatiK

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ITZSOWEEZEE: Spotlight Series Mixes

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Sep 24, 2014
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ITZSOWEEZEE is a Toronto based Media & Entertainment group catering to lovers of floor-filling hip hop, house & electronic dance music. Their Spotlight Series is a new mix series that highlights the incredibly talented DJs and producers that make up the ITZSOWEEZEE ranks, as well as their extended music family. Each month, they are bringing a fresh mix that reflects the diverse style and flavour of the crew. This is an opportunity to “meet” their selectors, enjoy some amazing free music, and understand why they command the respect that they do.

Already seven instalments deep, the Spotlight Series has featured excellent mixes from the likes of DeMiggs,Techtwelve, ILLO, Michael Imperial,M-Kutz,J-Lah, and most recently, AV. Take in all of the mixes below, and stay tuned for more great music from the ITZSOWEEZEE crew.

“With the summer coming to an end, here is an earthy mix to dance to on these fall nights. A journey through a modest selection of vocal house, uk garage, deep house and bass music. I hope you enjoy it :)”
– AV

“I have been doing this for a while now… and i have finally evolved into a style that represents me and hits the soul… heres a little 30 min sneak peek in to my brain… enjoy the mix & tracks!”
– J-Lah

“Ladies and gents here is some music to enjoy your summer to. This mix goes through some of the new music I’m onto right now, and some music that’s been standing the test of time. I hope you enjoy the musical journey as much as I enjoyed putting this mix together.”
– M-Kutz

“Hope all of you enjoy this summer mix showcasing my current musical influences and favourite tracks presented in a classic 3 act structure. Cheers!”
– Michael Imperial

“This is the “get ready for warmer nights” mix. An eclectic combination of futuristic RNB sounds and vocals of all kinds, it will be perfect for cruising round with your girl(s) this summer.”
– ILLO

“Here is a selection of stuff that I’m feeling right now. Stuff that’s been making me bounce outside the clubs. Featuring a few Canadians, starting with a dope new remix from long time homie Dj Illo. It’s a cool journey of vibes and tempos perfect for before the club or the soundtrack for your day-to-day errands. Sit back and enjoy!”
– Techtwelve

“I know what you’re thinking, no TRAP no TWERK?! That music is great for getting the crowds turnt and getting girls to do bad things. This mix represents my life outside of the performance. When I’m at home or driving around, this is the music you’ll hear me bumping. Enjoy!”
– DeMiggs

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MATT ZANARDO – LOVE BLIND (Original ‘4am’ Mix)

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Sep 24, 2014
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Whether you’re opening the club, going for a late night drive, or looking wistfully out towards the horizon while smoking a J as the sun rises, “Love Blind” will be your perfect companion. Grab it for free download via Matt Zanardo’s Soundcloud.

 

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SRTW – We Were Young (Sascha Kloeber Remix)

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Sep 23, 2014
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Don’t miss the rise of this German house producer. His sound is distinct with a contemplative aspect that can separate us from reality. This is certainly one such melody.

 

“We were having fun.”

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-LeCastell 

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Karen Harding – Say Something (Bodhi Remix)

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Sep 22, 2014
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Fall nights music in the pipeline by the musical genius Bodhi. This Brit took the original and simply made it even more rich. Long live piano house….

 

“Lately you’ve been crying, is there something on your mind baby?”

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-LeCastell 

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Feyde – slow it down

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Sep 21, 2014
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Many may not know the name Feyde, considering he only has 800 followers on Soundcloud,  but I am going to make sure that changes. This kid from Syracuse has been on my radar for quite some time, now. For this track, Slow it Down, the young producer sampled lyrics from The Notebook, and made one of his freshest jams to date. Head to his bandcamp and grab the free download.

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Bass Report #105

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Sep 19, 2014
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Hey, it’s the weekend! You need tunes? I got tunes. Bass fuggin Report. I can’t get enough of this release at #1, and it’s all in caps so you KNOW it’s heavy.

Bass Report 105

 

#1 Snails – Stomp

We’ve all stayed up late at night wondering about one of life’s greatest mysteries. By this of course I mean… can chainsaws speak? Unless you’re Gary Busey, no. They do not. Here’s a HEAVY new track from Snails though. This guy aint underground anymore, pay attention!

 

#2 Astronaut & Eyes – Pinball (The McMash Clan Remix)

 

#3 Broods – Bridges (NuAlias Remix)

 

#4 I See MONSTAS – Circles (Mat Zo Remix)

 

#5 Sneo – Binary

 

#6 Posij – Yourself

 

#7 Cazzette – Sleepless (A-Trak Remix)

 

#8 Downlink & Calvertron – Immortal

 

#9 Chiefs & CRNKN – Glow

 

*Late Night Special*
Scientific – Fly

Still Hot!

#1 Kill Paris – Float (Wicked City Remix)

#2 Louis Futon- Silk (Kill Paris Remix)

#3 Galimatias – Marshmallow Grove (Elènne Remix)

 

 

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Johnny Stimson – Obsession

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Sep 19, 2014
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Johnny Stimson’s Obsession is a catchy new anthem for the Tiger Beat generation. The highly danceable track is the perfect theme song for all the ladies and gents who ever had a celebrity poster on their wall, just wholeheartedly convinced they were only a few degrees away from true love with a superstar. These days with the photograms and tweeters and gossip blogs it’s easy to think you know all your favorite musicians and actors. “Obsession” breaks that celeb crush down to a more pre-internet time where it’s all teenage dreams and imagination.

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Lucas Chambon – Instinct EP

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Sep 19, 2014
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Lucas Chambon has been flying under the radar for quite some time now, and the first thing that hit me when hearing his new EP, is that this is a true Frenchman. Even though tunes like At Dawn feel more like LA than St Tropez, the French funkiness is there throughout the whole EP. What is interesting though, is that even if Lucas Chambon sounds very French, I have never heard another frenchman that sounds like Lucas Chambon (and I have lived in Paris for most of my adult life). His new EP is worth listening to, more than once, and people, this is a free download. Make sure to get yourself a copy, because after this project I seriously doubt that “Monsieur” Chambon will ever give away another EP of this caliber for free.

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Interview: ODESZA

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ODESZA has been busy, to say the least. The duo is comprised of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight who met at Western Washington University. Attending the same school as them, sharing a group of friends, I have been able to see the two grow from playing in house parties and tiny bars around Bellingham, WA, to taking the main stages at some of the largest venues in the nation. Between photo shoots and touring, ODESZA was able to find time to answer a few questions with me before hitting the main stage at Capitol Hill Block Party back in July. Sunny and sweaty, we met up and walked to a corner near the Marination Station on Capitol Hill, Seattle. Posted up in a corner, I was able to get a sneak-peek into ODESZA’s habits, places of residence, favorite things, and of course their music.

 

 

SS: You guy’s played CHBP last year. How has your sound and your live show evolved since then?

 

Harrison: I think probably half the set is nixed at this point from what is last year. We have a lot of new songs, we have a lot of renditions from older songs. We have remixed a lot of things, and changed things, and changed the order quite a bit. It’s always different for different crowds we play, so this one is definitely geared for tonight right before Matt and Kim.

 

Clayton: We added some new gear as well. We have the SPD drum pads, which is our new addition to the set, which are fun.

 

SS: Nice, bringing a few more elements to your show.

 

Harrison: Yeah, shows that we are not just DJing.

 

SS: Yeah. It is hard for the audience to see what you are doing behind your computer.

 

Harrison: Exactly.

 

Clayton: It’s impossible.

 

SS: You guy’s just signed with Counter Records and have an album coming out in September. How did that come about?

 

Harrison: It was kind of like a long process. We were trying to find the right people who felt as excited about the album as we did. And I think that the hardest part is finding people who care as much as you. You don’t want people who either feel like you’re their ticket to some money or a quick phase, you want people who believe in you, and Counter Records was definitely those people. And they are a subsidiary of Ninja Tune, which is like my favorite label. So, definitely a lot of cred behind them.

 

Clayton: Yeah. They would push it like where we can’t basically, individually. So, just the exposure in itself is fantastic.

 

SS: That’s exciting. Do you guy’s plan on keeping your home base in Seattle?

 

Harrison: Yeah, neither of us plan to move anytime soon.

 

Clayton: I’m diggin’ it, yeah it works well.

 

Harrison: We love Seattle.

 

SS: Where in Seattle do you live?

 

Harrison: I live in the University District.

 

Clayton: I live in Magnolia

 

SS: I am up North as well. So, when is your guy’s favorite time of day? When do you find yourself most productive?

 

Harrison: Really late at night when there are no distractions. It’s really nice to just get into the headspace and not have like random people showing up at your house or feel like you have to go grab food or whatever. It’s just like that late-night-by-yourself, really focused.

 

Clayton: I’d say between 12 and like 3am. Those are the hours I am most productive. Or really early in the morning. I wake up at like 6 sometimes because I can’t sleep and start working on stuff and that is a good time. But, yeah, middle of the day sucks.

 

Harrison: It’s funny too, because we share a Dropbox account and that’s how like when we are not next to each other we share music. So we will be alerted when the other person is working on music and it’s almost like a kick-in-the-ass, at least for me, where I’m like oh shit he’s working on that new song I gotta go start doing that.

 

SS: So you do most of your production at home?

 

Harrison: I mean, we meet up every day and just kinda like show each other stuff. We jam together. Or decide a route to take, and then we both kinda jam separately and bring it together at the end. Or just jam and do the whole thing together.

 

SS: And you both seem to be bringing in more vocalists as well.

 

Harrison: Yeah, that’s the new thing on the album, I think about 7 or 8 tracks.

 

Clayton: Yeah. About half of them are featuring a vocalist, and like full songs basically that we’ve written. It will be interesting to see how people receive it.

 

SS: So you guys have been basically touring all the time as well as making an album. So far this year, which city has given you the most feels from this tour?

 

Harrison: You know, it is always different because it can be like 200 people in a venue and still be like really, really fun. As long as they’re into it it’s great. But I would say as far as if we had to count like in advance before the show, San Fransisco has showed us probably the most support. But, um as far as actually playing the shows it’s been, LA, San Fran, New York, Salt Lake City, Austin Texas. Those have been like the really big ones.

 

Clayton: Of course, Seattle [laughs].

 

Harrison: Well yeah. That’s like a given for me. Obviously, we have like the best support here.

 

SS: What’s the best brunch you have had in the past month?

 

Harrison: What was that place we went to where it was too much food?

 

Clayton: Melt? In San Diego.

 

Harrison: Nah…

 

Clayton: Hash House!

 

Harrison: Yeah, Hash House! That place is crazy. It’s like 18 meals served in one meal. And it was super good, it was like overwhelming cause it was so much food. But it was really good.

 

Clayton: Some true American portion sizes.

 

Harrison: Yeah [laughs].

 

SS: And that was in San Diego?

 

Harrison: Yeah

 

SS: When you go into a bar would you rather play pool or air hockey?

 

Harrison: Pool

 

Clayton: Pool

 

Harrison: Air Hockey is fun but it’s usually like the same guy hitting it at one angle, and he’s like, “Fuck you. Fuck you. Fuck you.”

 

SS: Last question. What are the top 3 artists each of you are listening to right now?

 

Clayton: Top 3 right now, in my playlist, M83, Aster, I have to say that name cause it’s a new one. And third would have to be, uh, I am just drawing a blank. Tame Impala, I’ve been going back to that one quite often for some reason, like this past month I’ve listened to their shit quite a bit. So Tame Impala, Aster, and the first one I said [laughs].

 

Harrison: For me I’ve been listening to this guy named Kania. I’ve been listening to Animal Collective a lot actually lately. Probably Slow Magic, I’ve been listening to a lot of Slow Magic.

 

SS: He’s Playing on Sunday so I am excited for that. I saw him at decibel before you guy’s actually.

 

Harrison: He’s the homie.

 

Clayton: It’s a cool show. It’s actually unfair how good it is.

 

SS: Were you intimidated by playing after Slow Magic at Decibel?

 

Harrison: Quite a bit [laughs].

 

Clayton: Very much so!

 

Harrison: I was just standing side-stage trying to unplug his mask the whole show. No, just kidding. But yeah it’s crazy.

 

Clayton: Don’t bring it up, it’s way too good!

 

Harrison: He does a great show, it is just a great show. Actually, you know what, I want to add a 4th and say Kodak to Graph cause his new stuff is fantastic.

 

SS: Yeah he is really great, been putting out some great sounds lately.

 

Clayton: I would say Hundred Waters too, I’ve been recently digging that new album.

 

SS: Well I know you guy’s are busy and about to hit stage, but thank you!

 

ODESZA: Yeah! Thank you!

 

 

Make sure to check out ODESZA’s album, In Return, available now. Worth it, obviously.

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Jay Prince – Polaroids (Chloe Martini Remix)

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Sep 18, 2014

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Chloe Martini takes Jay Prince’s Polaroids and somehow puts more funk into it. I am recent fan of Jay Prince and been feeling on Chloe Martini’s vibe for the past year. Therefore, with this nice little remix that just came out, I am in a constant state of shoulder shakin’.

 

 

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Karen Harding – Say Something (Zac Samuel Remix)

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Sep 18, 2014
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New-comer from Brighton, Zac Samuel, delivers a tasty remix of Karen Harding’s ‘Say Something’, which just improves on the already very good original. The song has already been featured on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show, and on the Magician’s Magic Tape 45 so getting some good air-time already. The song, one of his first few, is definitely set to blow.

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Bodhi – Satisfaction

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I’ve been a big fan of the duo ever since their remix of ‘Dekire’, and I’m all over the new ‘Satisfaction’ EP set to be released 22nd of this month with Exploited Records.

This will be the first of 3 songs including also ‘Soul Music’ and ‘Truth’. Listening to Exploited’s preview of the songs I think they’re going to go down a treat and this is a must EP.

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~ MD Markscheffel

 

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George Maple – Talk Talk

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Oozing soul and a generous helping of the UK garage scene, George Maple’s upcoming single Talk Talk, is fantastic. I’m not sure if I want to dance or cry. Or maybe a bit of both. Give it a listen.

 

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