(NEW) Dirtyphonics | Hanging On Me Remix EP

The French electronic group known as Dirtyphonics recently released their remix EP Hanging On Me out now on Dim Mak Records.

The five song EP contains the original single “Hanging On Me” as well as the radio version for the less patient folk out there. Three unique and dissimilar remixes are also included in the purchase from the likes of Borgore & Ookay, Kastle and Slogun & iOh. Borgore went trap, Kastle incorporated minimal house, and Slogun and iOh turned to drum and bass.

Our favorite?

Slogun and iOh take the cake on this one.

Link goo.gl/G23FjO.

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Chicago’s Very Own EDM Festival: Zeds Dead [SAMF Artist Spotlight]

Zeds Dead LogoNames: Dylan Mamid (aka DC) and Zach Rapp-Rovan (aka Hooks)

From: Toronto, Canada

Origin of Artist Name: Zeds Dead is a reference to a line by Bruce Willis in Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece: Pulp Fiction.

Formerly Known As: Mass Productions also known as MP Records (primarily a hip-hop label)

Genres: Bass Music, Dubstep, Drumstep, Drum and Bass, Electro House, Glitch

Labels: San City High Records, XL Recordings, Hypnotic Records, Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Ultra, Basshead Music, Inspected Records

Upcoming Shows: (besides their relentless 35 show tour) Paradiso, Ottowa Bluesfest, Mad Decent Block Party, Mysteryland, Pukkelpop

Spring Awakening Music Festival Info: Saturday (June 15th) 8:30 – 9:30 on Da Equinox Stage 2

DC and Hooks have a long history together. Their friendship was forged over a mutual passion for Hip-Hop and music production when they were merely teenagers. Very early in the duo’s career, they produced an LP of hip-hop influenced instrumentals titled Fresh Beetz, but a stagnancy in the scene left the boys craving from something new and fresh.

In 2009 they began their introduction into electronic dance music. Zeds Dead is the tandem’s effort to coagulate ‘the ecstasy and comradery of house, the heart pummeling thrill of Drum and Bass, the beauty of ambient music, and the heaviness of electro – all in one sound’. Since then, the sky has been the limit for Zeds Dead. With countless releases on many of the leviathan labels in EDM, DC and Hooks have solidified their name among the biggest names in the business. Working on a largely dubstep-influenced platform, Zeds Dead is sure to get your blood pumping next week in Chicago.

They are certainly a group you will regret passing up.

Motivational Monday with Diplo, Flux and Friends 2013 [BBC Radio 1] [FREE DL]


Mondays are tough. 

It’s the start of the work week, and the weekend is as far away as possible. Endorphins are at an all time low, so we wanted to help the cause. Diplo decided to let fellow dub-enthusiast Flux Pavilion take over his weekly BBC Radio 1 show ‘Diplo & Friends’ over the weekend. Flux tore it up, dropping new original mixes from some of Circus Records‘ finest young producers, as well as dropping some of his future tracks to come over the next year.

Like we said before, Mondays can be tough. Good music, good food, and good friends can help you get you through.  We can’t really help find you friends, and we are certainly not cooking for you. So for now, enjoy the music.


Odjbox and Pierre – L.A.L – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion – OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna) – Circus/Atlantic
Doctor P – Champagne Bop – Circus/Atlantic
Brown and Gammon – Dark Matter (Doctor P and Mizuki Remix) – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion – Starlight – Circus/Atlantic
Funtcase – Out For Da Milli – Circus Records
Cookie Monsta – Come Find Me feat Flux Pavilion – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion – Do Or Die feat Childish Gambino – Circus Records
Savant – Ghetto Blastah – SectionZ Records
Funtcase – Voodew – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion – Blow The Roof – Circus/Atlantic
Major Lazer – Watch out For This (Bumaye) – (Major Lazer)
Flux Pavilion – Double Edge feat Sway and P money – Circus/Atlantic
Mizuki – Block Party – Circus Records / Dj Snake – Bird Machine – Mad Decent
Doctor P – Flying Spaghetti Monster – Circus/Atlantic
AutoErotique and Felix Cartel – The Alarm – Dim Mak
Flux Pavilion – I Feel It – Circus/Atlantic
Skream – Sticky – Ammunition
Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion – Jah No Partial (Jack Beats Remix) – (Lazer Strikes Back)
Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion – Jah No Partial – Dowtown
Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion – Jah No Partial (Nonsens Remix) – (Dub)
Funtcase – Stomptown – Circus Records
Funtcase and Cookie Monsta – Atom Bomb – Circus Records / Caspa – Marmite (Doctor P Remix) – Dub Police
Skream – Scrooge’s Revenge – Ammunition
Cookie Monsta – Cave Of Gold – Circus Records
Roksonix – 2 Bad (VIP) – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion and Skism – Jump Back feat Foreign Beggars (VIP) – Circus Records
Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks (REBIRTH) – Fly Eye
Skism – Killer – Never Say Die
Three Loco – Neato – Mad Decent
Funtcase – Predator – Circus Records
Candyland – Bring The Rain (Brown and Gammon Remix) – Spinninrecords
TC – Get Down Low – Don’t Play
Posij – Empty Lungs – Division
TNGHT – Higher Ground – Warp
Antiserum and Mayhem – Trippy – Firepower Records
Dj Snake – Together – Mad Decent
Flux Pavilion – The Scientist – Circus/Atlantic
Roksonix – Dogfight – Circus Records
Flux Pavilion – I Still Can’t Stop – Circus/Atlantic