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Dark x Dirty | Dusky – ‘FACT mix 423′ (Feb ’14)

When I first heard the track “Careless” on the dancefloor at U Hall, I was immediately hooked to the sounds of London-based production duo, Dusky. 

“Careless” is one of those tracks that you can’t help but to jam too, especially with the allure of that grinding bass.


With an affinity for UK Garage, Dusky adds a dark & dirty spin on the deeper side of house. And their latest mix for FACT Mag is full of deep, dark, dirty, and sexy house vibes.

Deep x Dark x Dirty

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Deep House | Just Kiddin – 2 New Tracks On ‘Black Butter Spread Love Vol.3′


We can expect to hear some new music from Britain-based production duo, Just Kiddin, but before we see what 2014 has in store for them, let’s check out one of their last releases in 2013.

Last month, the duo released two new tracks “Gliss” and “Diamond,” which were included in the Black Butter Spread Love: Vol 3 compilation.

The compilation, which is a release from Black Butter Recordsfeatures 23 exclusive deep house tracks & bass from artists such as Maxxi Soundsystem, South Soul Project, Odysseus, and of course, Just Kiddin. Continue reading


Fresh Visuals | Erol Alkan – ‘A Hold On Love’

A few weeks ago I shared with you Erol Alkan’s new track “A Hold On Love.” Well now the snazzy track has some fresh visuals to accompany it.

This simple video is a visual journey composed of a lot of nature shots, as well as some subtitles to aid in storytelling.

Check it out:


Shut the Front Door – ‘Tropidisco Mix #1′ [Free D/L]


All for the love of tropical disco and house, Shut The Front Door (STFD) is more than a cool themed party, it’s an experience.

With various events throughout London, STFD is on the pulse of entertainment. With events at venues throughout London, STFD prides itself in bringing that tropical disco atmosphere to life with great music and cool decor.

STFD will keep partying, but in 2014 they’ve got something new up their sleeve. Shut The Front Door will soon be launching a record label full of tropical disco and house!

And to kick things off, STFD has compiled a mix of their favorite tropical and disco beats.

Check out STFD’s Tropidisco Mix #1 and grab your free download today.

It’s an awesome mix with some great selections from Perseus, Zimmer, Chordashian, and many other nu disco favorites!

Also, check out some of their previous parties.

STFD x Le Youth

STFD x Moon Boots

STFD x Rogue Vogue


UK Bass | Stanton Warriors – ‘After Hours London Warehouse Mix’


Bristol-based garage house/bass aficionados, Stanton Warriors, have released a massive new mix via their soundcloud.

With a run-time of 1-hour, this is a wiicked good mix that explores the deeper side of bass.

“This is a mix we recorded at a private after-hours party in East London last week. We went for a slightly deeper bass selection, showcasing all the talent coming through in this style from various scenes.” - Dominic Butler, Stanton Warriors.

This mix is insanely good, I mean wow wow wow! It takes me back to those nights at U Street Music Hall when the sound system is blasting hardcore bass and garage. What an incredible experience!

P.S. It must have been amazing hearing this set at the private party it was mixed for.

Tracklist via soundcloud:

A1 Bassline – Shock Headed
Deekline – Deepa
Lux Groove – From The Back
Motez – Ride Roof Back
Kry Wolf – Concrete (Woz Remix)
The Grizzl & J.Phlip – Backupgrl
Jackal – Shakedown (Je Boogie Edit)
Pusha T – Numbers on the Boards (Marten Horger Edit)
TWRK – BaDINGA! (Stanton Edit)
Diplo – Biggie Bounce (Stanton Edit)
Diplo & GTA – Boy Oh Boy (T1R & D!FsounD Edit)
DJ Hero – Sucka Beats
DJ Hero – Celestial Bodies
AC Slater – Donkey Shake
Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo – Kneadin’
Groove Armada & Brodanse – Sweat (Marten Horger Edit)
Kill The Noise – Roots (Will Bailey Carnival Remix)
Mobin Master vs Tate Strauss – You and I (Stanton Warriors Remix)
Rudimental – Waiting All Night (Kidnap Kid Remix)


Pure Bliss | The xx – ‘Missing (Round Remix)’


The xx are one of my favorite indie pop bands from London, and last year their second album Coexist was such a breathtaking collection of music. If you haven’t listened to it, I highly recommend you stream each glorious moment on Spotify. Continue reading