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Chi Duly x The Weeknd ·· Balloons of Haus

Co-signed by The Weeknd himself

After he impressed the world with his October’s Very Cold project, mashing up Drake with Coldplay, Chi Duly is back with his latest offering entitled Balloon of Haus. The 11 track offering showcases Chi Duly’s take on some of The Weeknd’s most popular tracks spanning from his three mixtapes.

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DJ Wood · Get Bendy

Sean Paul // Asteroids Galaxy Tour Mashup

How the shit isn’t Ghetto Funk lightin up every living room in the Western hemisphere This shit is the grooviest thang since my days of Earth Wind & Fire

In this latest Ghetto Funk installment, DJ Wood mashes up Sean Paul & Asteroids Galaxy Tour’s ghetto grooviness. Some of y’all may not be the biggest Sean Paul fans, but you can’t deny his swaveness in this shit! (or you best not)

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DJ Faroff · The Brits Are Playing at the Warehouse

The Beatles x LCD Soundsystem x The Kinks Mashup

DJ Faroff’s mashup of The Beatles & LCD Soundsystem (with a lil Kinks thrown in) is “far off” from being new, but I just had to throw it up. “The Brits Are Playing at the Warehouse” is bringing that Beatles sound forward more than just mashing it up. It takes on LCD Soundsystem’s “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House,” which fits just right into this “Get Back” tune. + The Kinks cameo is a nice touch.

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Whitney Houston · How Will I Know (Acapella)

There's just no better way to remember her.

There’s no better way to remember what Whitney Houston’s done for us and what we’ll remember her by than with a beautiful acapella of her song, “How Will I Know,” leaving her voice alone & unadulterated. I don’t know of many singers who sound this good by themselves, but I know this is just as amazing as any with instrumentals added. <3 missed View Full Article »

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Freedom Fry · Earthquake

That chorus will get you sooner or later.

This Freedom Fry duo isn’t what I’m usually posting up, but Marie Seyrat’s voice hooked me in ever so slightly. I wasn’t too keen to the track at first, but I knew there was something about that chorus (I’m a sucker for a catchy one).

Well, “Earthquake” has grown on me just enough to give it praise, but I have a feeling it also might have to do with my love appeal for French women. Anyone who has to put up with French men is a saint in my eyes.

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Madeaux · The Space Between Us

with samples from The Weeknd

I’ve heard many chop & skew The Weeknd’s vocals before, but Madeaux does it a little differently in “The Space Between Us.” He doesn’t try and overemphasize The Weeknd to entice people in, but takes what makes the vocals one of a kind and turns it into an even grander hypnotizer. At first I wasn’t quite sure if some of the vocals were even The Weeknd himself, they were that chopped & skewed, but that’s what makes it so special, he lets you glimpse in & out, seamlessly flowing through electro manipulation.

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Love in the Circus · Clouds (Rook Remix)

One dirty remake only capable of being from the Bay

Rooks powerful remix of “Clouds” may just be too powerful for the vocals of Love in the Circus. I’m loving what each is bringing, but Rooks remix is such a dirty one, so dirty that it may trot over Leanna Rachel’s vocals a bit too heavily. Then again, I’ve always had a taste for gettin grimey with such lustrous vocals.

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Electric Guest · This Head I Hold

++ Produced by Danger Mouse ++

Electric Guest is a name soon to be ingrained in every indie-lover’s mind.  The LA-based duo are produced by Danger Mouse, and headed to SXSW where they’re sure to impress the funky Austin crowd. There is nothing better than a catchy jam that calls for a little hip gyration and a few head bobs, and to be honest I could probably gush for a few paragraphs about my love for the Mayer Hawthorn-esque vocals… but I think I’ll let it speak for itself.

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Camo & Krooked · The Grid (SSX Soundtrack)

Good at getting your adrenaline flowing to game it UP.

This Camo & Krooked D&B scorcher was produced for the upcoming SSX title. The two mention that it was made specifically to fit the gameplay, which would be interesting to see the whole process they went through, working with game producers and such.

Make sure to check out Camo & Krooked’s Bond remix for the new Goldeneye game. Better yet, check out all the best dubstep remixes of video game classics.

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CCBeats f. LD & Ariano · Hands Up

Now this is the style that got me into hip-hop in the first place.

Lovin the West Coast vibes from this Tempe trio. First thing I look for, especially in hip-hop, is personality, flow & a good beat – and these guys got all that. However, I’m not really feelin the lyrics are worth listening to. It’s obviously not intended to be a lyrically heavy track, but they’re pretty standard, mainstream shit – which I expect more from someone with a spot on flow like this.

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