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Houston based duo Wrestlers return after their 2014 Twin Shadow-produced, “Say Anything” with a brand new remix of Keeper’s debut single, “Next To Me.” Wrestler’s high-energy attitude shines throughout this remix with a menacing baseline and tasteful vocal cuts. With a nod to pre-Y2K club culture and UK Garage influences, the remake takes the soul-synth original to a deeper more dancefloor friendly place.

If you like what you hear then you’re in luck. As a member of the Red Bull Sound Select program, Wrestlers will be releasing two new singles this fall on their platform. In the meantime, catch them live at the Echoplex in Los Angeles on July 30th, 2015 with Baths for Red Bull Sound Select’s July showcase. You can check out the event details here, we hope to see you there!

Caotico – Gone

Jul 18 2015

We hope you didn’t miss the latest release on Discobelle Records, the summer smash “Gone” from Northern Sweden duo Caotico, a massive track that leans on a heavy, pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.

BONUS: Peep the video too which was premiered by our friends over at Gotta Dance Dirty.

KITT097 Karma Supra Artwork

Duo Hanne & Lore have been integral in Germany’s house scene for many years now and they’re next in line to grace the Kittball Records imprint with their new single “Karma Supra” that will drop on July 27th (also features a remix from label founders Tube & Berger).

On “Karma Supra” they combine funked up guitar licks with a groovy bassfilled beat and gentle vocals in a track that’s seems predestined for summer plays.


The weather is finally heating up a bit here in Sweden and what could be a better soundtrack than this thumping remix from Sydney producer Set Mo of the Jax Jones (perhaps best known for his collaboration with Duke Dumont on “I Got U”) smasher “Yeah Yeah Yeah” which is basically the essence of a summer house anthem.

The original version of the track went to #1 on the Hype Machine Tracks chart when it came out in April, has had close to half a million plays on Soundcloud and over 110k plays on YouTube in just a few weeks.