OVO’s very own Majid Jordan released his single “A Place Like This” earlier this month.
King Faro, a producer out of New Jersey, made it his business to add his own touch to the track. He gives the song more of a house music feel with fluid pop melodies and heart throbbing kicks.
Their upcoming release Big Momma’s House features Big drums, shakers for swing, and a carnival-esque lead that moves the blood through the veins.
The record is big in a way that is constant and driving, then finished by layering the classic Mama Say Mamakossa sample to make the whole experience enjoyable for the old school and new school.
Now boasting a striking track record on dance floors across the world, North American trailblazer Starkillers makes his long-overdue original debut for Big & Dirty this month.
Sluggish, bouncy and relentlessly charged big room aptitude is where Starkillers lands with “Bang Ya Head,” marking a forceful yet aptly tailored peak in his original output for 2014.
As the industry continues to beckon for tracks that can hit the next level for the masses flocking to the global festival circuit, this increasingly powerful big room player makes a fatal first strike for the label that is sure to hold weight for the summer months and beyond.
Boston based DJ, Drunken Doja Monkey, releases his new mix titled “Still Wet From Last Summer”. A playlist of fresh tracks perfect for a dance party on the beach late into the night, or in your headphones on your porch at sunset, this mix serves as a sequel to DDM’s “Wet Hot American Summer Mix” which earned a spot on DigBoston’s “Top Ten Mixes of 2012”.
Ranging from crisp, psychedelic trap and footwork to wave crashing Australian Glitch Hop, this is a mix not confined to a single genre, but designed to ring in the summer season and guide us into the night.
Plug your phone into the sound system at the party, hit play, and watch the dance party that unfolds when Drunken Doja Monkey is calling the shots.
Wigzen takes on the loose groove funk at 100bpm with this Michael Jackson classic.
Those who recall their favorite MJ dance moves will find this remix worth their throwback this summer when the elaborate harmonic magnetism, Dilla swagged drums, and melodic embellishments summon the inevitable body motion.
Sava & Razz are back with an epic progressive house remix of Sander van Doorn, Martin Garrix and DVBBS’s ‘Gold Skies’. This remix features anthemic progressive chords, real acoustic guitar, and cinematic strings, cleverly woven together to offer a fresh take on Aleesia’s powerful vocal.
The raw energy of this track is sure to light up club dance floors and festivals alive. Stay tuned for more Sava & Razz remixes and originals every week!
The release is opened by the powerful and dynamically groovy Tangerine. Exploring the world between efficiency and minimalism, the Deep House atmosphere of the track will embark any dancefloor in an infinite journey.
For his part, the Italian producer and DJ Stefano Ritteri revisits Tangerine and offers a Minimal Techno approach in a brilliant darkness spirit.