Popular This Week Jonas RathsmanCaribouPat LokKarizma


Posted on July 23 2014 by Caleb

Baltimore house master Karizma teased his remix of Pete Moss’s “Tried To Tell You” last month in his mix for XLR8R, and we’ve been eagerly anticipating it’s release ever since. The track is classic Karizma, packed full with soulful house grooves and a jackin beat, and it serves as pure dance floor fire. Check it out below:

Olympic Ayres – Control (Pat Lok Remix)

Posted on July 22 2014 by Caleb

Vancouver-based producer extraordinaire, Pat Lok, just dropped a remix of Olympic Ayres’s “Control.” In typical Pat Lok fashion, the track is a high energy piano house groover with plenty of feel good, ‘hands in the air’ vibes. Pat’s been on fire this year, and this is one of his hottest mixes yet. Listen below and make sure to grab the free download while you’re at it!

Mayer Hawthorne – The Stars Are Ours (Detroit Swindle’s Big Dipper mix)

Posted on July 21 2014 by Caleb

Detroit Swindle link back up with recent collaborator, Mayer Hawthorne, for a remix of his track “The Stars Are Ours.” And the best part? It’s 100% free! The track is a super smooth house rework full of late night vibes and endless grooves. It has the old school flair that we’ve come to love built in with Detroit Swindle’s signature touch. Take a listen below:

Lemaitre — High Tide (Oliver Nelson & Tobtok Remix)

Posted on July 18 2014 by Shawn G

Ok..I’ll admit it: I’m a little late on Lemaitre. Coming out of Oslo, Norway, this indie electronic band is one of the hottest names in the game right now and all of their latest singles have been on fire. Nu Disco superstars Oliver Nelson and Tobtok do a fantastic job on an already amazing original. Lemaitre’s new Singularity EP will be dropping soon as well!

Below is my favorite track by Lemaitre. “Cut to Black” is a fun, laid-back pop tracks that just exudes greatness. Really take a step back and let your ears lead the way with this one…

GOH vs Sugarstarr – I Used To Be (feat. Redman & Method Man)

Posted on July 17 2014 by Shawn G

I’m a huge fan of OG rap tracks on upbeat, house beats and this track is a testament to that entire sound (this isn’t just some shitty mashup). Collision of funkiness and musical generations, check out this awesome hybrid.

Resident Advisor Event List