Today I want to shed some light on our very own Rubberteeth. In the most recent news, one of his remixes for Carbon Parlour was featured in Benny Benassi’s radio mix #176 (11/20/11). You can check that out here. Talk about your big name DJ support on that. Effin Benny Benassi supportin’ that rubwobble.
On top of that, the kid has been droppin’ new fire on his cloud almost every week. Here are a couple of his latest bootygroovers:
Also, catch this remix that WellSaid and Rubberteeth did of Duck Sauce’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’: Mediafire Download
Keep your eyes on this guy. He’s destined for greatness in 2012.
Morning coffee, check. New studio and house set-up, check. Truckload of tunes in the inbox, check. New stuff to finally post after neglecting my author duties for two months, CHECK! If you didn’t already know, I went to Europe for about a month, you can check out my nerdy design hijinks here: http://www.thegreateuropeanadventure.com. Anyways, after a nice long break, I’m proud to be back to post some new tunes for you guys. Happy downloading!
Today we have a really fresh EP coming from South-African based Sean Taylor. Here are some words on the young’n and his newest release:
South African Sean Taylor only started clocking up his releases in June last year but he has already become a regular on the Jackin’ House scene and has seen his tracks come out on the likes of WoNKed Records, Flexual and Champion Beats. He’s already found his sound with deep subs, brittle leads and blissed out vocals and this Jack ‘N Boom EP has it all.
Pulling up the tempo is the one and only Matt Cox (Sick Slaughterhouse, WoNKed, Big Alliance). This one goes proper wonky after lulling you into a false sense of jack, have a listen, pop it in your set, done.
3D Criminalz (Sketch Records, Bone Idle, WoNKed) released with us way back on BIR001 when they remixed Carbon Parlour’s Wannabe King. They got a huge welcome back with their massive bass injected remix of Jack ‘N Boom, chuck in some old skool chords and you got the idea.
Byron Fortune (Flexual, Yeah Man) rounds off the remixes with a superb deep jackin’ remake including an awesome retro scratching to hell breakdown midway through. Look out for more of Byron next month on the very first Bone Idle Compilation.
To the weekend warriors, the nightlife ninjas, and the curbside crawlers, we are with you all the way. Here at CYV we encourage herbal remedies, Bloody Marys, and of course a daily dose of slap to aide all the aches, bumps, and bruises collected over your weekend.
It’s simple: Save Sunday is five songs, one mixtape, easy to play, easy to repeat, and of course download links provided for mobile enjoyment. All sounds get love so expect to find everything from booms to bangs.
Sundays never looked so good.
“Shout out to all the moms today. It’s Mother’s Day here in the states. Give yours a hug and tell her that I’m sorry I never called back.” -joseph
I’m not entirely sure if this is a going to be a regular thing knowing me, but it was fun to do up a quick type treatment and its nicely equipped with a bit of alliteration. I’ve got a couple of soundcloud discoveries, some offering downloads, others without. I’m going to keep things simple — short blurb and a Soundcloud embed.
First up is a huge bassline track from one of our writer’s, Crunch Theory. This one is quite the monster!
Riot Reaction = Cracker Jack + D’stinkt.
Swerve is 16. This is his first attempt at jackin’ house. (Please check out his other tracks on soundcloud. Kid serves up some real chunky fidget)
Rubberteeth got a chance to remix Filthy Rehab. Boing!
Oliver Twizt smashes Bubba Sparxxx. The whistle portion at the very end is straight kill.
Rubberteeth, aka Paul Kranenburg, is a young producer from Adelaide, Australia. He began his career in early 2009 and is already quite the force to be reckoned with. In such little time, this kid is already playing out some massive nights and dropping his home-bred filth on the regular. I am honestly taken aback at how on point this kid’s stuff is.
He just launched his debut ‘Hustler’ EP on Bone Idle Records and it is sure to murder the dancefloor. ‘Everybody In the Club” is some straight bassline destruction. Meanest sawtooth I’ve hear in awhile..and it’s all held together with an ironically tasteful vocal snippet telling everybody in the club “to go to work.” I dropped this whole EP at my last gig and the feedback was great. I urge you to take some time to hit Beatport and give this whole EP a purchase. And while I’m on the subject, go ahead and check out his new blog project here.
And I GUESS I’ll flow you a free 128. But again, I urge you to visit the above beatport link and support this cat. Big things are in store!
Australian based Riggers takes influences from producers such as Wolfgang Gartner, Deadmau5, Krafty Kuts, Bass Kleph, Twocker, Jelo, Fukkk Offf, Stupid Fresh and Plump DJs, he serves up a fresh genre infusion of breaks, electro, and fidget house to form his own unique style. Mixing quirky sounds, squeaks and bleeps, deadly bass and solid beats he creates an infectious sound that is guaranteed to make you move.
Riggers remixes and original productions have been quickly recognised worldwide. With tracks signed to record labels in Germany, Spain, UK, and USA Riggers music is set to go global. With more original tracks and banging remixes on the horizon, his music is certainly gaining momentum.
Quality remixes up in this one. Excited to see Azverento making his way — his bootleg of Ying Yang Twin’s ‘Drop’ is so superbly jackin! Rounding out the remixes we have Woobes, Michael McKnabb and DJ Kable.
Our friends from Breakdown are pretty pumped these days as their latest remix soars across the globe driving its dirty but very accessible bassline through each of our bosoms. This Daft Punk rework comes at an all too perfect time as we near the arrival of “Tron: Legacy.”
In less than a couple weeks, the song has over 30,000 plays and 8,000 downloads. Meanwhile Paul Oakenfold has requested a special version of it for his own live sets!
What’s more is that the generous Breakdown brothers are giving it all away for free, just like their other recent tracks. Check ‘em all out while you’re here, and keep your eyes peeled for a Breakdown show in the Bay Area over these next few months.