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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.

After Austin based dance act, Night Drive, surprised us with this fantastic reworking of Radiohead’s classic, ‘Where I End And You Begin,’ they’ve done it again with this unexpected video version. Created by the groups good friend, Robert MacCready of Production For Use, the video relies heavily on syncopated visuals and splashes of extreme color.

Download the tune below and keep your eyes peeled for their next official single, due out sometime in October.


Bristol based imprint and party crew, Banofee Pies celebrates it’s inaugural release with their first 12″. The limited run, vinyl only offering features 4 cuts from producers Ruf Dug, Philou Louzolo, Martin Hayes and Mr. Mendel… here, we have the exclusive premiere of the full stream of Mr. Mendel’s, ‘Freakin,’ a ruff-cut stomper that’ll sure to have bootie’s dropping all over dance floors from coast-to-coast!

Buy vinyl HERE.


Berlin based producer, Snax is guilty of two things: 1) having a reputation as one sleazily talented multi-instrumentalist and singer 2) for providing the latest installment of our exclusive mix series.

Though recently reclusive, the Get Physical alum has shed his hermit’s hole and come out of hiding with a brand new bag of tricks. His mix offering is a sultry combination of funky grooves, disco edits and subterranean house joints, get familiar.


Australian dance music trail-blazers, Future Classic, have teamed up with Le Coq Sportif to produce a line of clothing plus reissues and remixes from their back catalog. First up, Touch Sensitive’s modern-classic, ‘Body Stop,’ gets a MASSIVE dance floor reworking from the legendary, Derrick Carter.

As per their campaign, the only way to get these tunes is to buy the clothing item that has been paired with it… happy shopping!

More info here –> The Reissue Project


Greek DJ/Producer, DJ Butcher is a busy boy. Managing not one, not two, but three record labels (Chopshop Music, Undercover Operations and Our Records) plus a sample production company (Our Samples), it’s a wonder that he, nee` George Kelly, has anytime to actually make some tunes.

Thankfully, he was able to bless us with this outstanding take on Herbie Hancock’s classic, Chameleon, from his Headhunters project. As if the original could be any funkier, Butcher expertly layers additional keyboard riffs and some rock-steady drum breaks making this one perfect to strut to. Forthcoming on Chopshop Music.