J Boogie is back with a HOT new single called “It’s Fire” featuring Lateef The Truthspeaker (of Latyrx fame) on the party-starting vocals. The package comes complete with remixes by San Francisco’s very own B. Bravo (Frite Nite), dubstep producer Quickie Mart out of New Orleans, and more!
Here’s a final peek at the entries from the Om Records x Juno Download remix competition and we have some good ones for you today. ‘Everybody’ by Miguel Migs featuring the ever fresh vocals of Evelyn “Champagne” King gets a rub down from three similar but distinct house producers, all of which would be in my download folder if they were up for grabs. The last remixes before the announcement of the winners on Friday are:
Synthetic Junkie (Ireland)
Set Mo (Australia) — my personal favourite
Oliver Bach (Germany)
Results of the competition will be announced on Friday, Feb 10. Enjoy the remixes of all four Om tracks from this week and last!
Posted by: Intern #1 on February 8, 2012 @ 3:00 PM
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Last week, a handful of contestant entries from the Om Records x Juno Download remix competition were revealed as I announced my top picks for Body Language’s ‘Falling Out’ and the Wagon Cookin’ ‘No Bossy Girl’ jam. Today I’ve selected my favorite remix of ‘Go To Work’ by J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science featuring The Pimps of Joytime.
This kinky rub comes from Lisbon’s Jersey-born Mikie Wilde, and apparently it’s for the people. So here it is, in all of it’s Portugese dance & groove glory.
Check back tomorrow, I’ll be posting a couple great remixes of Miguel Migs & Evelyn Champagne King’s ‘Everybody’. And don’t forget, the results of the remix competition will be announced this Friday!
- hungry intern
Posted by: Intern #1 on February 6, 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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Hey all, Charlie the Marketing Assistant here. In anticipation of Body Language’s selection for the ‘Falling Out’ Om Records x Juno Download remix competition , I’ve compiled a couple of the entries that I enjoy. There’s no telling whether any of these remixes will be chosen as the winner by Body Language themselves, but I feel like these couple have a fighting chance! So here we go:
First up we have an entry from Brazilian producer Dake. The plucked bassline and rolling hi-hats make this a disco dancefloor killer, good stuff Dake!
Next is the “deep’n’curly” rework from Denmark’s Pete Oak. Solid deep house re-imagination of Falling Out, super sunny vibes.
Last choice of mine comes from Orbz (Daniel Horner) out of Chester, UK. Techy remix, well produced and big party potential! Big ups Daniel, enjoying your tune.
That’s all for now folks, stay tuned as tomorrow I’ll post my favorites from the Wagon Cookin’ contest. Early next week I’ll bring you the best of the Miguel Migs and J-Boogie remix entries, and by next Friday the official winner of the Om Records x Juno Download competition will be announced!
- hungry intern
Posted by: Intern #1 on February 2, 2012 @ 1:27 PM
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DJ Theory & jBoogie drop a double sided remix joint for the Moombah and hip hop heads! “Jazzy Belle” is Theory’s deep & sexy remix of your favorite classic Outkast joint. “Motto Moombah” is J Boogie’s Latin hand clapping remix of Drake’s hit with Los Rakas, E-40 & Ladybug Mecca adding the extra vocal treatment. Included in the .ZIP are DUB versions for both and full artwork.
The fall of the Berlin Wall marked its 20-year anniversary about a week ago. A year after the fall, Andre Lodemann, born in a small city in the GDR, picked up his first set of turntables.
Over the past nineteen years Lodemann has made a big name for himself in the Berlin music scene. This Om Podcast features some of his excellence, and given the context of Lodemann’s history, it’s really damn unique. If you’re pressed for time, listen to the first eight minutes of this minimally dark, sonically emotional awesomeness!
If you’re into those adjectives, then you’ll probably want to listen to the whole thing.
Adelaide Parklife, Australia – October 2009. During an Aeroplane DJ set, this all-star electronic cast jumped on the drums and shakers and jammed out to James Curd’s“We Just Wont Stop”. Check it out by clicking the image.
James Curd just came out with the already popular The Wills & The Wonts (Treasure Fingers Remix) E.P. I’m feeling a little under the weather, and these disco-pop, electro-fied tracks are putting a smile on my face. If you want to brighten the day up, then I suggest you scroll right down there and listen to Curd’s remix of Amplive’s “Gary is a Robot”!
Funky, spacey, minimal, and continuous; this SPIRITCATCHER mix is perfect for a Friday night chill out session. SO pour yourself a glass of wine, maybe a few glasses, get on the couch, if you have a couch, and just CHILLOUT. Let those subtle elements come together, build, and fall apart over and over again, until you feel good. The only thing is… if you’re trying to keep yourself inside for the night, best avoid the last seven minutes, because it will surely inspire you to go out and live it up.
SPIRITCATCHER is pretty notorious for insane sets (check their myspace) where they do a lot of live, musical processing. This mix, entitled “Missing Danger”, definitely captures a lot of their unique space flashes and funky undertones, but it’s a lot more relaxed than in your face, which is often times a good thing. Thanks for the mix SPIRITCATCHER!