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These days, Dutch production outfit, Detroit Swindle are a house-hold name in the global dance scene with heavily lauded releases on Freerange, Tsuba, their own Heist Recordings and here, on Dirt Crew where they’ve released their debut album, ‘Boxed Out.’ Today we’ve got their upcoming remix EP on blast which features versions from Jimpster, MRSK, Cuthead and Kaytronik and perfectly picks up where the LP left off. Deep and moody dance floor cuts with heavy grooves, silky vibes and one mission: to jack yo body!

Jimpster kicks things off with his deep re-rub of ‘B.Y.O.’ while MRSK turns is a pounding rework of ‘He’s Just A Guy, You Know?’… watch out for the disco break, it’s pure fire! Cuthead’s take on ‘Me, Myself & I’ is silky, shuffling and sweet while Kaytronik’s ‘Nyte Tyme Remix’ of ‘For The Love Of…” is hypnotic and rumbling.

Available October 27th.


I first fell in love with Quadron in 2010 when I heard their single “Slippin,” and then I had the opportunity to see her perform the song live at SXSW and I was hooked. Over the years, the Danish duo could probably be credited with the resurgence of British neo-soul and inspired contemporaries like Jessie Ware, or at least that’s what I’d like to think.

Today Quadron is back on my radar after producer TORN shared a new remix of their track “Hey Love” from Quadron’s 2013 album “Avalanche.” The remix twists and turns, using Coco O’s vocals to a devastating effect.


18-year-old Norwegian producer Bearson brings on the emotions with his latest remix of James Bay’s “Let It Go.” James’ vocal ornamentations rise and fall with Bearson’s sad piano house tune, creating a track that’s worthy of busting out a box of tissues for. So listen, cry and grab the free download.

marian hill

Marian Hill is a new duo signed to rising LA label B3Sci and just yesterday the two dropped a delicious slice of electropop called “Got It.” This feels like the younger sister of any track from Zella Day, and that makes sense since they share a label. “Got It” finds itself in the middle of a head-on collision between sultry soul, interesting arrangement of vocalizations, and whirring synth brass.


Vancouver-based trio DiRTY RADiO has consistently delivered on what’s seeming to be a bi-weekly delivery of a new collaborative tune. So far, they’ve collaborated with Darius and Kaytranada and this week, DiRTY RADiO brings us “Lies,” a big ol’ ‘fuck you’ sort of jam. Get ready to move on from that no good ex-girlfriend with “Lies,” a captivating fusion of R&B, EDM, and hip-hop.


Forthcoming on the mighty, Anjunadeep, the new single from Germany based producer, Lane 8. ‘Diamonds’ shows the young producer coming into his own with a confident stride on this heart-wrenching ode to lost love that features the wonderful vocal talents of Solomun Grey. A shimmering, hypnotic piano riff gently carries us atop a bed of light percussion and bubbly arpeggios whilst Grey’s lamenting voice chroons softly into the cosmos.

Available November 17th