Adventure Club burst onto the scene in 2011 and quickly became the heroes of melodic dubstep. Thus it’s only appropriate that their new mix series is entitled “Superheroes Anonymous.” Just as they proved with their Life in Color Mix, Adventure Club’s diverse taste in electronic music spans nearly every tempo and style. From the opening trap remix by Bare, to harder dubstep selections by Pegboard Nerds and DANK, to chilled-out bass music cuts from Jakwob, Active Child and Kastle, Adventure Club’s newest mix never lingers on any mood for too long. Their mixing style is fearless, albeit a bit shaky at times, as they mash multiple tracks together and attempt bold, risky transitions. Download the mix for free from their SoundCloud and click past the break for the tracklist.
Anyone who has seen Adventure Club live knows that their taste in electronic music goes beyond their penchant for melodic dubstep — the Montreal duo have an affinity for the entire spectrum of beautiful bass music. Releasing their first ever published mixtape, Adventure Club stay true to this idea, sculpting a thirty minute mix of delightful dubstep, trap, downtempo, and deep house for Life in Color (formerly known as Dayglow). With tracks from Flinch, TNGHT, Flume, Duke Dumont, and Disclosure, this is one of the most eclectic mixtapes we’ve heard in a while. In typical Adventure Club fashion, the mixtape is available for free download from their SoundCloud. Click past the break for the full tracklist and download.
We’ve been long time fans of Dim Mak’s South Central and we could not be happier to present this exclusive mix to our readers. Subscribers to our Axis radio show will remember how incredible the last minimix we received from South Central was.
In advance of their soon to be released Hollywood EP, South Central have given us the exclusive on another superb thirty minute minimix. Trust us when we say that the amount of energy and intensity crammed into thirty minutes of music is simply breathtaking. South Central’s Hollywood EP will be released via Dim Mak on November 13th. Luckily for you, all four tracks on the EP are featured in the mix below. Click after the break for the full tracklisting.
South Central – Hollywood Mix
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Swedish producer/DJ Style of Eye has provided the ideal soundtrack to your Halloween celebrations with his 30 minute Haunted House mix. Appropriately ominous and dark, the mix features tracks from Clockwork, GTA, Crookers and of course Style of Eye himself. Also not to be missed on the mix is A-Trak and Tommy Trash’s much anticipated upcoming collaboration “Tuna Melt.” Full tracklist after the break.
After a long summer with historic shows at Santa Monica Civic and Radio City Music Hall, Avicii and Ash have reunited in Stockholm to bring us the latest installment of their Levels podcast. After a two month hiatus since the last one, Levels #007 returns with the same Avicii sound we’re accustomed to with a few modernized track selections. His collaboration with Mike Posner, “Stay With You,” gives us a look at what’s coming up for Tim while tracks like the Wankelmut remix of “One Day / Reckoning Song” and Dog Blood’s “Next Order” keep the mix fresh.
After Avicii wraps things up by digging in the crates for his collaboration with John Dahlback under the Jovicii moniker, Steve Aoki closes out the mix with a few remixes from his Wonderland album. Aoki’s high-energy blend of grinding electro and playful bleeps are magnified by remixes from Moguai, Mustard Pimp, and Laidback Luke.
Spend an hour of your day listening to the mix and head over to iTunes to download your copy for free. Check out the tracklist after the break.
You guys seem to be liking our Good Morning Mixes, so today we have another blast from the not-so-distant past. Joachim Garraud and Steve Angello rang in the New Year when 2010 became 2011 at Roseland Ballroom NYC, and thanks to SiriusXM and SoundCloud, the set lives on. The first hour or so features a nice selection of tracks from Mr. Keytar himself, including Autoerotique’s “Bubonic” — a track that deserves to be brought back from the dead — and a live piano version of Coldplay’s “Clocks.” Steve’s set doesn’t quite go as underground as his Pacha NYC set from this weekend, but it’s definitely a great listen if you’ve become accustomed to 2012 SHM sets and want to hear what they sounded like back in 2010.
We’re back with the latest installment of Dancing Astronaut’s Axis! This week we’re bringing you Denmark’s number one ranked DJ, Morten Breum, a name that you’ll probably be seeing a lot more stateside in the coming months. He has several huge tracks coming out in the next few months including his dual effort with BetatraXx on “Get Static” and a massive collaboration with Axwell. His mix for the 19th episode of Axis is packed full of exclusive previews and unreleased tracks. Listen to Morten’s fantastic mix below and click after the break for the full tracklisting.
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Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay follow up the success of their “New Lands” single, with a recently debuted 2-hour mix on France’s NRJ Radio. The mix features a fantastically eclectic selection of music, featuring everything from classic french-electro artists like Kavinsky, Cassius and SebAstian to more mainstream artists like Prince and Snoop Dogg. The French duo show off some absolutely incredible DJ skills by jumping from genre to genre with 54 tracks in 120 minutes. Just hit play, sit back and enjoy some of the finest music out there. You can also check out the full track list after the jump.
Everyone’s favorite renegade, zombie fighting, lazer-toting Jamaican commando is back with a brand new mix. Major Lazer’s latest mix contains an impressive sixty two tracks in just seventy one minutes. The mix is exactly what you would expect from Diplo’s long term side project and contains a whole host of absolutely fantastic feel-good reggae/dancehall tracks. While Diplo might have dropped Switch from the Major Lazer project, he seems to have found more than adequate replacements in Walshy Fire and Jillionaire. Check out the mix below and then click after the break for the (very long) tracklist.