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We’ve got a real treat for you today… an exclusive listen at the latest remix from Scottish disco-fiend, Go Go Bizkitt! This time, he’s taken the reins of Austin-based producer, Off Da Clock’s latest a-side, ‘Jus 2 Hot’, which is forthcoming on his debut, ‘Rooftop Swank EP’ for Xephyron Digital.

Off Da Clock’s music is all about sharing good vibes with the world, one party at a time, and our man Go Go brilliantly showcases that philosophy with his swagger-laden remix. From the kickin’ horn samples, to the chunky beats and guitar riffs, ‘Jus 2 Hot’ is pure disco dynamite!

Due to timeline restrictions, this remix won’t be included on the official EP release. Lucky for you, Go Go and Off Da Clock saw it fit to bless the world with a FREE DOWNLOAD, ahhhh yea! Be sure to follow all the lads to their linked profiles and stay up on more information about the download!

Off Da Clock’s debut EP, ‘Rooftop Swank’ drops this Friday, September 5th, on Xephyron Digital.


London based, Bright Light Bright Light is making waves…. it’s hard not to when Elton John is your number one fan, am I right? While currently on tour with the ‘Rocketman,’ BLBL’s sophomore album is on the way and here, we have the premiere of Alan Braxe’s remix for the lead single, ‘An Open Heart.’

Laying down a bed of perfectly tuned arpeggios and shimmering pads for BLBL’s smooth vocals to float upon, Braxe makes it clear that his recent hiatus hasn’t been spent resting on his laurels.


Uuuuhhhhh….. that’s one sound that wraps up the gorgeous, tropical vibes of SF’s golden new production duo, Brother In Arms. Comprised of industry staples, J Boogie and Deejay Theory, these two individuals form like a groovy incarnation of Voltron, posted up on the sunny coast of Barbados, sipping Mai Tai’s and lounging amongst the palm trees.

The mix they’ve blessed us with here is really something special. Showcasing their fine ability to soundtrack your end-of-summer parties, the track-listing is stacked with Brother In Arms material, both released and unreleased, not to mention reworks from Yam Who?, Motez and drops from our beloved Tittsworth.

It’s a groovy situation, ya’ll… everyone’s invited!


Be warned: if you don’t want to party, then you should go home… because, when these three heavy hitters link up to do a track, a party is sure to ensue. Featuring a few tempo changes and a blend of styles like twerk and Jersey Club, this free joint is sure to cause Godzilla-level skirmishes on demolished dance floors.

DJ Sliink


Greeen Lantern

Check these bad boys on there nation-wide, Trifecta Tour –> HERE.