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The La Vida Locash crew have been running things here in Sweden for 10 years now and they’re celebrating with a huge birthday bash in Stockholm on friday that includes performances from Swedish house hero Adrian Lux, electro pop heroes Lo Fi Fnk, producer Kocky and Alexis Weak etc. If you’re around then head on over to Färgfabriken for a night that most likely will be legendary.

To promote the extravaganza, they gave us a mix with the best dance tracks from their catalogue, put it on and float away to La Vida land. And as a special treat, we have two spots on the guestlist for the first two people to e-mail us.

La Vida Locash – 10 Year Anniversary Dance Mix (zShare)

Details for the party along with tracklist for the mix after the jump.

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Swedish producer Kocky teams up with singstress Noonie Bao for the single “Prison Break” and the rising star on the Swedish techhouse scene, Adrian Lux, comes along to strip down the track and also turning it into an epic techy moment.

Kocky (ft. Noonie Bao) – Prison Break (Adrian Lux remix) (YSI)

Kocky (ft. Noonie Bao) – Prison Break (Adrian Lux remix) (Sharebee)

PS. Adrian Lux, his label La Vida Locash teamed up with the fine people over at up and coming Swedish clothing label Uniforms For The Dedicated, they’re now offering 5 limited edition jackets. Go over here for a chance to get your mitts on the Adrian Lux designed goodies.


Swedens new hope when it comes to housemusic (check our previous post), Adrian Lux, returns after a Swedish minitour with fellow labelmate Kocky to deliver a grand mixtape. The first track on the mixtape, the epic “Strawberry” will be released on La Vida Locash August 20th. Adrian will also be playing live at Grolsch Block Party this friday.

Adrian Lux – Vanity Fair mixtape (zShare)

1. Strawberry (Rice Twins Remix) – Adrian Lux
2. Shadows (Adrian Lux Booleg Remix) – Pryda
3. Turn Out (Adrian Lux Let me Show You Love Mashup) – Pryda
4. Miami Push – Boris Rush (Adrian Lux – Blaqstarr – Shake It To The Ground (Claude Von Stroke Remix) Mashup)
5. Virgin Suicide (We Are Your Friends Acapella Play) – Adrian Lux
6. Activator (Deep Dish Edit) – Whatever Girl
7. Gary (Carl Craig Remix) – Tiga
8. Strawberry – Adrian Lux
9. Greece 2000 – Three Drives On A Vinyl (Adrian Lux – Cirez D – The Journy Mashup)
10. Get Down (Japanese Popstars Remix) – Groove Armada
11. White Knight Part 2 (Adrian Lux Bootleg Remix) – Surkin
12. Call Me (Blende Remix) – Bodysnatchers
13. In da Club (Chocolate Puma Dub) – Copyright
14. Apple (Bart B More Remix) – Sander Van Doorn


Kocky is back with the new album “Stadium Status” (drops on April 30th) and this new single “4 Ever Juvenile” sees grime poster boy Tinchy Stryder throwing some bars. The La Vida Locash crew hit us up with this hot clubified remix by Krames, one of our favorite dj’s/producers right now who we’ll be happy to see make it big in 2008. A fidgety and wobbly bassline combined with that housey beat and some sweet soulful singing from Daniel Dermes + rapping from Tinchy makes this a lethal combination.

Kocky (ft. Tinchy Stryder) – 4 Ever Juvenile (Start The Violence! Krames remix) (YSI)

Kocky (ft. Tinchy Stryder) – 4 Ever Juvenile (Start The Violence! Krames remix) (zShare)

Also, La Vida Locash are putting together a label night and relaseparty for “Stadium Status” with performances from among others Kocky, Alexis Weak, Noonie Bao and Adrian Lux etc. It will all go down on May 2nd at Hux Flux in Stockholm and the whole thing will be broadcasted live on the interweb by Arena Grande. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re sitting in an apartment in New York or chillin’ on a beach in Australia, you’ll be able to check out some of the finest Sweden has to offer. The event will, according to the La Vida Locash boys, “be completely insane”!

Plus, our southern Sweden peeps will be able to catch Kocky with Familjen on the 24th in Lund together with our friends in Pastell Crew. If you wanna win a free ticket, just holla at us before wednesday (23/4) with the answer to this question: What was the production name Kocky used when he did hip-hop beats back in the day?