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NYC based, Terry Urban, provides a stroke of mash-up brilliance with this essential party weapon combo of Oliver’s ‘Light Years Away’ and Busta Rhymes ‘Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See.’ How could I resist, one of my favs of 2014 combined with Busta’s magnum opus? Whats not to dig? Cop the free DL.

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Hey Oliver, just wanted to let you know that I’m enjoying everything you guys have been putting out lately. Thanks a billion, Nancy.

Ok moving on from my personal love note to the LA duo Oliver, their remix of Big Data is hand clap heaven as in this track is gonna make you want to put. your. hands. together. Oliver brings the heat with a sexy bassline while allowing Big Data’s vocals a time to shine at the chorus with the crucial hook, “I bet you didn’t know that I was dangerous.”

I’ve been steadily enjoying Oliver’s track “Fast Forward” for the greater part of the last month so I figured it’s time to write something about it. Earlier this summer, I had the thought, “wow I wish Oliver would release some new music soon,” and then BOOM, “Fast Forward” popped up in my Soundcloud newsfeed like that sign from God I’ve been waiting so long for. If you will something hard enough, it happens.

Well what can I say about this track besides that it is very, very good and meets all I’ve come to expect from the LA-based duo. “Fast Forward” packs a punch, inspires hip shaking and fist pumping, and induces total euphoria all without using any “drops.” This track is the one guys.

We’ve made a new mix for Swedish national radio and the show Musikguiden i P3, it aired about a week ago and features techno/house tracks from across the globe. Tune in to hear tracks ranging from Los Angeles based producer Jesse Rose, Polish techno giants Viadrina, NZ/London duo Chaos In The CBD, London by way of Montreal producer Forrest to finally rounding things off in Toronto and New York/Hamburg with the help of an unreleased track from Meech along with the hypnotic remix done by Dixon of av jazz/yoruba musician Osunlade.

No embedded player unfortunately but you can check it out via this link.