Whats better than the best christmas meal? Right, new music. In this case its by DJ Hoodboi. He shared some bootlegs he made on the tourbus with us. Enjoy this crazy jersey club tracks.
Disrespek in Christmas In Jersey....
The number of talented producers hailing from Australia is quite impressive: Chet Faker, Flight Facilities, Flume to cite a few. Now Naderi joins their ranks with his remix of Coward by Sidney based producer Kilter feat. vocals by Ngaiire, who unsurprisingly is from Australia too.
Baauer has released a new track: Zales. It contains many thuds and thumps (that sound like Santa Clause was landing on your roof) and almost no melody. A couple of vocal samples hold together what is otherwise a string of drums and crunchy synthies (that sound like someone was savoring momma’s Christmas cookies). Baauer and Zales are part of LuckyMe‘s Advent Calendar 2014, which you will find after the jump.
Crispy Crust‘s Ben Esser worked his magic on Galantis‘ Runaway (U & I). While the original – which you can listen to after the jump – has more of an Ibiza feel to it, the Ben Esser remix is laid back: You could still get carried away by it in a club, but you could easily make babies to it, too. How do you do it, Ben?
One thing ESKEI83 and So Shifty have in common is their energetic live shows that will leave artists and audience standing in a pool of sweat amidst the ruins of any given venue. Naturally, any collaboration between these human wrecking balls has to be tried and tested for its live suitability first. Well, Tun Up Di Club (Supermodel) feat. Jamaican singer Charly Black has been deemed fit for demolition and received the DJ’s official seal of quality. It will be released on Crispy Crust Records on Monday, so just stay tuned, will you?
The year is drawing to a close. 2014 has blessed us with so many big tunes, we’re guessing you’d have a hard time picking your favorites. Why don’t you just kick back and enjoy the Selection of Crispy Crust‘s Drunken Masters instead?
Straight out of the brick city comes this energizing remix by DJ Sliink who took Nxwxrk, the homage to New Jersey by fellow Newarkian Nadus, and thumped it up a notch. Listen to the original after the jump.
Jack Ü, the supergroup consisting of Diplo and Skrillex, made a fair year-end statement with the release of Take Ü There feat. Kiesza. Now the Drunken Masters & Ben Esser, both calling Crispy Crust Records their cosy home, have cooked up this exciting remix.
The original Tell Me by RL Grime and What So Not was already mighty powerful with its chilled-out intro and the heavy brass section after the drop, designed to crush the air out of your lungs. This Baauer Edit, though, will blow your face off. Attentioooooooon!
A fine collaboration between ZHU and Goldlink. The two mystery men unite on this beautifully swanky sequel to ZHU‘s Paradise Awaits. On Part 2 Goldlink‘s immaculate flow is topped off by ZHU‘s mesmerizing falsetto. And there’s homage rendered to Sisqo’s Thong Song (which arguably is one of the greatest songs of all time).