Watch DJ Shiftee perform a standout scratch routine in a New York warehouse — with Traktor Kontrol Z2 and Maschine. On the Z2, Shiftee works it with Remix Decks, post-fader effects, and Traktor Pro’s new Macro FX and Flux Mode. He also shows how he uses Maschine to control the same Remix Decks and cue points set up on the Z2, making it the ultimate performance partner to the world’s first 2+2 control mixer.
I recently came across an artist who goes by the alias Sound Remedy. Great music i must say, there is just so much variety and intelligence in his melodies. looking forward to more of his music! Check out this remix of Nirvana’s All Apologies.
Here’s a fun remix of Stevie Wonder’s Sir Duke brought to you by JPod the Beat Chef! I always look forward to what the Chef has cooked up! You can always count on him to revive awesomely old tunes and put his own spin on it! Cheers!
Kid Kenobi presents us with his Best Of Bass Mixtape of 2012! If you like Moombahton, Dubstep, Electro House, Drum’n’Bass, Trap, and Hard House you best be listening to this! Kenobi seamlessly manages to incorporate all of these genres into one massive collage of bassy goodness! Cheers Kid on a great mix!
Here’s a cool glitchy/ hiphop remix I came across a while back. Dutty Moonshine is the creation of Michael Rack and Alex Furley. Both have had years of experience mixing many genres from Hip-Hop to Breaks to Jungle and are known to rock the stage by reviving old songs from the 1920s and 30s. Check out these badboys of swing, and pop over to their SoundCloud page and check out what else they’ve got to offer! Also gotta give some credit to the original artist of this song… London Posse.
Here’s a Bangin’ remix posted by Mojito Djs!! Artists included in this fun chune are Royal Crown Revue & Nigmatulin feat Pussycat Dolls. This would make for a super fun song to dance to in the club. Plus it reminds me of the movie The Mask with Jim Carey lol.
Hey folks, I’ve been really digging the Australian electronic house scene because many of the artists have this delicious bass-line that is just so round and warm. Here’s a 35 min mix from Melbourne’s favorite wild child Keesh! Enjoy!