We’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway to this Wednesday’s Nina Las Vegas & Shift K3Y show. It’s presented by Nu Androids, who have consistently been bringing some of the hottest talent out there to the district. For those not familiar, Nina Las Vegas is one of the biggest names in the Australian dance scene and the face of Triple J. Shift K3Y’s been quick on the rise with

Tommy Vercetti is back at it, this time, dropping a bomb on the most recent CR2 compilation. “Overcharge” shows Vercetti mixing his tech house leanings with his taste for strong melodics, breaking a non stop rolling bass with dense web of colorful synths, ultimately leading back into the drop. It’s a strong display of Vercetti’s talent and easily one of the stand out tracks on the release. Take a listen

Dennis Kruissen is back with a smokey new remix of r&b bad boy The Weeknd. “Devil May Cry” is turned into a massive piano house thumper complete with speaker shaking bass and airy guitar lines. Kruissen has a knack for mixing alot of energy into chilled out melodic tracks, and this is one of his best yet. Take a listen below and grab the DL while you can. Dennis Kruissen

One of our favorite disco nu disco stars on the rise, is back with a new floor heater. AIMES is Aman Ellis, and “Can’t Get Enough” signals a more house-oriented move for the Brooklyn-based producer. The track has a definite old school feel, running off big soulful vocals and an energetic stab pattern, but as soon as the bass comes crashing in, the groove explodes with new school vibes. It’s

House masters on the rise, CDC, have been killing the game recently, and it looks like they’re gearing up to release their hottest set of tracks yet. The Bring It Down Ep is slated for May 18th in Under No Illusion, and it’s three absolute heaters guaranteed to get feet shuffling. Starting with the title track, we’re treated to a tight deep house groove with jackin drums and an easy