Tuff Turf latest offering is a Deep, Housey remix of Ciara latest hit “Overdose”. The Tuff Turf duo consists of two veteran San Diego Club DJs. Angle & Este. Each has firmly established themselves in the San Diego nightlife scene.
Mostly playing open format gigs , the duo decided to get back to some of their “Djing Roots” and open opportunities to play some of their favorite styles of music. Their remixes and originals all have a similar sound and vibe. A Deep, Vocally, Nu-Disco, House feel. This “hybrid” has quickly gained support from artists such as Cajoline, Le Youth, & Steed Lord just to name a few.
Club Killers official DJ returns with a smooth deep house vocal mix that is just a little bit better than dope! We really love this mix, very soulful. Perfect set up for the upcoming pool season here in Las Vegas. Hope you enjoy the mix as much as we do! Full track list after the jump!
DISCLOSURE FT SAM SMITH – LATCH (ORIGINAL MIX)
DUKE DUMONT FT A.M.E – NEED U 100%
DON DIABLO, CID – GOT ME THINKIN (ORIGINAL MIX)
ROBYN S – SHOW ME LOVE (DUBROCCA REMIX) DIRTY LOU CUT
ALUNA GEORGE – YOU KNOW YOU LIKE IT (TCHAMI REMIX) CK CUT
ZHU – MOVES LIKE MS JACKSON (ORIGINAL MIX) DIRTY LOU CUT
DIRTY LOU – SUPPA NINTENDO (ORIGINAL MIX)
SHIBA SAN – OKAY (ORIGINAL MIX) CK CUT
YVES LAROCK – THE HOUSE (ORIGINAL MIX) CK CUT
CROATIA SQUAD – POP YOUR PUSSY (ORIGINAL MIX) CK CUT
ELEKFANTZ – DIGGIN ON YOU (ORIGINAL MIX) CK CUT
PRINCE CLUB & POUPON FT MARS – BEFORE (ORIGINAL MIX)
COMPACT GREY & RON COSTA – AROUND THE BANE (NOIR MASHUP TREATMENT)
DIRTY LOU – GIVE YOU UP (ORIGINAL MIX)
NOUVEAU YORICAN – NUEVA (JOHN ROMAN REMIX)
OLIVIER GIACOMOTTO – LECHE DE TIGRE (ORIGINAL MIX)
TOCADISCO – WELTMEISTER (CLUB MIX)
GROOVEBOX – FAT LIKE (HOLLEN REMIX)
NICKY ROMERO FT JOHN CHRISTIAN – STILL THE SAME MAN (CLUB MIX)
WISE D, KOBE – CHECK OUT THE GROOVE (ORIGINAL MIX)
PLASTIK FUNK – GET DOWN ON IT (DAVE ROSE VS GALLO & ALAIA REMIX)
JEROME ROBINS & MC FLIPSIDE FT CRAZIBIZA – LIKE THAT (SLIDEBACK REMIX) CK CUT
PROK & FITCH – DOPE DROP (CLUB MIX)
JUNIOR JACK – E SAMBA (JOEY SUKI BOOTLEG) CK CUT
JORIS VOORN – GOODBYE FLY (ORIGINAL MIX)
MOLOKO – SING IT BACK (COQUI 2014 REWORK) JD LIVE CUT
LISSAT & VOLTAXX, MARC FISHER – GROOVEJET (ANDREY EXX & FOMICHEV REMIX) DIRTY LOU CUT
SLIDEBACK, PHILLIPPE B – FEEL GOOD (ORIGINAL MIX) CK CUT
DANSSON AND MARLON HOFFSTADT – SHAKE THAT (MARK KNIGHT REMIX)
KRAAK & SMACK – THE FUTURE IS YOURS (PROK & FITCH REMIX)
KOVE – LOVE FOR YOU (ORIGINAL MIX)
DUKE DUMONT FT JAX JONES – I GOT U (ORIGINAL MIX)
The cobra commander DJ Bento returns with another great mix from Hong Kong.
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This week we bring you the sound of one of Hollywood’s veteran party rockers DJ Splyce!!! Nothing but high energy tracks mashed up & ready to help take your next workout to the next level. Huge shout out to our friend Splyce for blessing us with a mix!
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Though it’s been a few months since DJ Mag campaigning was in full swing, with the Top 100 results officially in the trance family has been reminded of a certain promise made by a certain former trance DJ. Tiësto’s terms of getting the top ranking in exchange for a trance album may not have panned out, but perhaps in celebration of receiving KLM’s DJ legend award he has graced his longtime fans with a free download of “iTrance.” A collab with Disco Fries, the tune is more muted than past productions, quietly ushering in a clean tonal melody that slowly picks up steam – and layers. Creating a slippery seven minute journey that doesn’t come to a steady beat until three minutes in and even then bows out, the track lives up to its name: “iTrance” is not the old Tiësto, but the current Tiësto bringing his new sensibilities – and collaborators – to his old genre.
Allegra Dimperio (Via Dancing Astronaut)
Last week, Live Nation drew close to finalizing the acquistion of about half of the L.A. EDM promotion firm Insomniac. But that isn’t Insomniac’s only new partnership of note. The firm has just announced a new collaboration with the hospitality firm SBE on a new venue, Create, located in the former Vanguard space in Hollywood.
“Insomniac had done work in that space in the distant past, and they know and love the space,” said Costas Charalambous, the senior vice president of night life for SBE. “Now we can play with music, fashion, art and presentation for our clienteles. It’s a clean slate, and we can be spontaneous in taking all that to the next level.”
The partnership and name change comes after SBE purchased the Vanguard room and threw its first party, with the Swedish DJ Avicii, in February. SBE promised a full slate of dance bookings to accompany the interior revamp, but the schedule since then had been fairly quiet until now.
The new venue kicks off on May 11 with a set by the Dutch trance act Dash Berlin. Neither Insomniac nor SBE has publicly announced any further sets, but Charalambous said a full lineup of headliners and recurring weekly genre nights is impending.
With the collaboration, SBE gets a marquee talent buyer with Live Nation muscle for its third EDM-focused venue (alongside Greystone Manor and Agency), one far larger than either of those with three distinct rooms and an outdoor patio. Insomniac gets a second club-level room in L.A. (to accompany its own popular Exchange L.A., in downtown) to try out younger acts and give superstar DJs a flexible space for underplays in the heart of Hollywood.
The partnership is also apropos given each firm’s major recent plays in Las Vegas. Insomniac’s Electric Daisy Carnival is set to grow even bigger with an infusion of Live Nation money and logistical support (the fest moved there from L.A. in 2011), and SBE’s own SLS Hotel and Casino is slated for a 2014 opening, and will include many established L.A. dining and nightlife concepts. With Insomniac’s talent-buying acumen and SBE’s venue stable, “the partnership could be endless,” Charalambous said. “We definitely want to see where else it can lead.”
In the more immediate future, however, L.A. gets a new, flexible dance-music space that can veer between tableside bottle-service blowouts and GA floor space for underground nights. The upside of such a big and converted industrial room, Charalambous said, is the ability to transform the room to meet any artist’s specific vibe. Insomniac’s broad reach means they’ll have plenty of opportunity to experiment. “A drink tastes the same anywhere, but this combination of great music and ambience can make that drink taste a lot sweeter,” he said.
August Brown (via Los Angeles Times)