Weekend adventure at Great Falls in Potomac, MD. All photos shot with Canon Rebel T3i
Stepping aside from the normal, I’m posting a variety of grime, UK bass, reggae, dancehall, and a handful of UK selects from Toddla T’s radio show, Girl Music.
With a guest mix from Chimpo, this is a solid mix that will add some excitement to your Sunday.
There is a lot of new music to post, but I’m going to have to catch up on that this weekend. But for now, I’d love to share with you this awesome new remix from Daphni.
The producer has put an incredible spin on Caribou’s single “Our Love.” The result? An infectious house tune with a bouncy beat that will have you dancing.
Give it a spin:
Our Love (Daphni Mix)
You’d imagine there would be elephants in a music video for “Walking With Elephants,” but instead, electronic producer Ten Walls (aka Mario Basanov,) is gives us epic surrealism.
What I could only describe as a scene out of some avant-garde painting at the Smithsonian, this music video features a group of people dressed in black and white body suits running throughout some gorgeous scenery.
Not sure where this video is filmed, but the scenery is breathtaking! And what makes it even more appealing are the cool editing techniques that make this video insanely awesome.
I’m so tempted to spoil the end for you, but it’s best for you to watch the video and see where they end up running to. Yeah, it’s awesome.
Walking With Elephants
House aficionado, Duke Dumont, has released some fresh visuals to go with his bangin’ classic infused jam, “Won’t Look Back.”
The video showcases the coolest bank robbers ever; they don’t have a getaway car, they escape on pogos.
Check it out:
Won’t Look Back
As part of Deep Amsterdam’s Edit Series, The Mekanism has put his deep house spin on Gwen Guthrie’s disco classic, “Dance Fever.”
Even though I was born in 91′, I grew up shaking my groove thang to the funky sounds of disco. And when I discovered that house music had strong roots in disco, I knew that I would always be a disco dancing-machine.
Whenever I’m @ Deep Sugar or U Street Music Hall and the DJ starts playing some disco house, I get down on that dance floor and boogie like there is no tomorrow.
So, in spirit of keeping things old school and paying respect to them disco roots, I urge you to get oh so funky to these sweet disco vibes.