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Everybody Jump

Sep 30 2011

After releasing on Discobelle Records, Jamtech Foundation did the track “Everybody Jump” back in 2010 that caught the attention of superproducer RedOne, the man behind Lady Gagas success and arguably the most successful producer in the world at the moment. RedOne, who was introduced to Jamtech Foundation through mutual friends in the music industry, saw the potential in the duo. He quickly decided he wanted to sign them, as well as KMC, to his new imprint 2101 Records. With the deal finalized in early in 2011, the duo that started with a love for caribbean music and a wish to make people dance 15 years earlier now has the back-up that makes them impossible to ignore even for the most skeptic hater.

Here we got a taste for you with the new street mix of “Everybody Jump”.

KMC feat. Jamtech – Everybody Jump (Street Mix) (Sendspace)

Hello monday, here are two absolutely massive mixes from the impeccable Dirtybird head honcho and house/techno maestro Justin Martin to make that blues go away. One is for the classic BBC Essential Mix series and the second one was done for the good people at Fact Magazine (on which we find the Femme En Fourrure remix of the Jamtech Foundation anthem “Too Fast”).

Justin Martin – BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 3/7-2010 (Hotfile)

FACT mix 160 – Justin Martin (direct link)

Tracklists after the jump.

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Nike Sportswear and our friends over at The Fader got together for the Pitch Perfect project where they’ll be giving away mixes from each continent (well, except Antarctica). Yesterday saw the first mixtape in the series, it came from Maga Bo and focused on South America. Today we get Sindens Europe mix which features our very own Jamtech Foundation with the smashing Zombie Disco Squad remix of their “Too Fast” track.

“There are 47 countries in Europe—almost as many individual nations as there are states in the United States. It’s an imaginary umbrella covering a disparate continent. What’s the same about Galicia and Amsterdam? Prague and Oslo? Europe has mountain ranges and crazy beaches, consistent sun and perpetual fog. And while it may have a long entangled history, a plethora of exports, specialties and pastimes, what it is now known for is a ravenous appetite for dance music. Every corner of Europe has its own breed of bass, its specific sliver of drum love—there is hardly a nook without its own signature beat. For our Pitch Perfect Europe mixtape, British selector and producer Sinden takes a survey of what’s newest and greatest, with a slant on Europe’s beloved house music. It may only represent a fraction of the continent’s offerings, but wherever you live, we promise it sounds extra fresh.”

Download: Nike Sportswear x The FADER’s Pitch Perfect Mixtape #2: Europe by Sinden (direct link)

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1. Brodinski – Arnold Classics (Egyptrixx remix)
2. James Blake – CMYK
3. Sinden & sbtrkt – Kinda Familar
4, Roska – Squark
5. Four Tet – Sing (Mosca Remix)
6. Caribou – Sun
7. Gold Panda – You
8. Nick Minaj – Massive Attack (feat. Sean Garrett)
9. Femme En Fourrure – Dirty Blonde (Drop the Lime remix)
10. Dooze Jackers – We Love Moogie (Canblaster remix)
11. Dubbel Dutch – Throwback
12. Jacques Renault – In The Middle Of The Night
13. Jamtech Foundation – Too Fast (Zombie Disco Squad Remix)
14. Deadboy – If U Want Me
15. Dubbel Dutch – Deep Underground

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Don’t sleep on this one! Today is the release of “The Creature From Jekyll Island” the 2nd album by Jamtech Foundation. The album features Jamaican artist such as Lutan Fyah, Spectacular, Sizzla, Voltage and Swedish sensation Joey Fever plus a lot of instrumental madness. And the best thing about it is that it’s free for all the Discobelle readers, so make sure you download a copy.

Download Link 1 (direct link)
Download Link 2 (direct link)


L.A duo aptly named LA Riots just released their new Spring 2010 mixtape as the 11th edition of the Fools Gold podcast series Foolscast.

“Some techy, jacking (and seasonally appropriate!) jams for that ass. New tunes from our friends at BNR, Sound Pellegrino, and many more, along with a teaser of the Riots’ new one “Bombah” at the end. Enjoy!”

They included the mesmerizing Camel remix of the Discobelle Records release from Jamtech Foundation.

Foolcast 011 – LA Riots Spring 2010 Mix (direct link)

Tracklist after the jump.

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