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Austrian producer, MOTSA makes his Southern Fried debut with the exquisite, ‘Time EP.’ Known for his unique take on bass driven music, MOTSA unleashes 4 tracks that combine the shimmering, digital sheen of chiptunes with the soul of classic deep house and the heavy swing of UK garage and 2-step. From the silky smooth pads of opener, ‘Digital World,’ to the the relentless builds on ‘Clocks,’ which features the vocal talents of Mimu, the deep vibes and otherworldly aires are palpable.


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Alaskan producer/dj Astronomar started making a splash with his track “Had To Move On” on the Neoteric curated Discobelle Records release “Turned On Vol.2” last summer, he’s now been featured on releases on labels such as Mad Decent imprint Jeffrees, Top Billin, Enchufada, Southern Fried, No Brainer and has seen support from some of the top players in dance music; Diplo, A-Trak and Crookers etc.

We’re very proud to unleash this exclusive Astronomar bootleg of the classic Cajmere track “Percolator” cheekily entitled “H3Y I C U PERCUL8-10” which sees Astronomar absolutely slaying the original and we mean this in the best way, it bumps, twists, turns and twerks into an even bigger dancefloor killer than the original version.

“This bootleg was the very first thing I made when I got home from Miami Music Week earlier this year, and since then it has seen some massive support from many of my heroes Diplo, Crookers, Erol Alkan, Addison Groove, Congorock, Neoteric…just to name a few!”

NYC housey duo Waze & Odyssey are very bus with EP’s already released for Southern Fried, PetFood, Wolf Music, Sccucci Manucci and Body Work, not to count their smashing remixes for the likes of Dan Le Sac, Disclosure and Damon Martin.

Ahead of the first release on their own vinyl-only label W&O Street Tracks in September, the duo return to Body Work with two tracks of bumping and shuffling house music that seems to bed designed for getting dancefloors pulsating.


Nov 24 2011

Say Dubai – Bum from No Brainer Records on Vimeo.

Say Dubai have been putting out some crazy remixes lately. They not only won the Malente remix competition we ran a couple weeks back but also won the remix competition Keith & Supabeatz did recently for their “No Pressure” EP to be released on Southern Fried.

Say Dubai also just put out their debut EP called “Bum” which includes 2 additional originals and also remixes by Sam Tiba (Club Cheval), Kill Light (Cheap Thrills), Polymath and Look Like (Get Flavor).

Here we got the Look Like remix to give away.

Say Dubai – Bum (Look Like remix) (Zippyshare)

Panton did a mini medley to promote his latest and upcoming releases. He just released his new track 909 Culture from Southern Fried & Tested Vol 3 were he also got a remix of El Dorado from Keith & Supabeatz. He got a lot going on for the rest of March with a D.Fine – “95” Panton remix and a collab track with Keith & Supabeatz “Liquidance”. Both out in march.

Go support him and buy his tracks on Beatport.


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Tomorrow night sees the third edition of Smuts, the club night we run together with the WooBanger boys at Babel here in Malmö. Last time we had Bok Bok and Spoek who both did a mighty fine job of trying to turn the house upside down, wednesday sees Italian gone Londoner Solo try to outdo them with his midget house sound. This remix of dynamic Milan duo Crookers track “Put Your Hands On Me” (released on Southern Fried Records a while ago) is his first offical one and for this occasion he decided to just use the accapella, transforming the track into a pure banger which has been a highlight in our sets lately.

Solo has been hard at work in the studio lately not just producing his own tracks or remixes but also producing beats. In the near future, we can expect an EP for Sound Pellegrino + a remix for Wiley and also remixes for some bigger names across the pond.

Crookers – Put Your Hands On Me (Solo dub) (Rapidshare)

Crookers – Put Your Hands On Me (Solo remix) (Rapidshare)