Today we have the privilege, nay the pleasure, to premiere the first of many releases from tech house hedonist Sexington. We aren’t exactly positive where the blossoming DJ resides, but it’s gotta be near a whole lot of water because this mix is a bounty of poolside sex music. Sexington would appear to be strongly influenced by Justin Martin, Claude VonStroke, Disclosure, Steve French, and Defense & Technique.
With summer fast approaching for those of us not still buried in a foot of snow, this Spring ’89 mix is a perfect way to dive head first into your thirst for wet trashy bass. We’re very interested to hear what original music from Sexington is going to sound like! Be on the look out for more and like Sexington on Facebook.
Sexington – SPRING ’89 Mix : Direct Download
Dubstep heavyweight, Bare has hopped on the trap bandwagon, but boy is he proving himself worthy. Since BVRETRVP VOL.1 was such a hit, we all knew he wasn’t going to stop there. Which brings us to BVRETRVP VOL.2, consisting of two originals and this dope ass remix of the popular house track ‘Reload’ by Sabastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash. Like his remix of ‘Polkadots’ by Afrojack, this Bare transformation makes for such an epic track, I bet it gets played out by all the big name DJ’s this festival season. Make sure to snag the rest of the EP over on his Soundcloud. Turn that shit up, enjoy!!
Sabastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload (Bare Remix) : Direct Download
Known for his unique style and flawless chord melodies, Geodesic will leave you ‘Displaced in Space’ with his first free EP. Here on ‘Planet Disco‘ you will discover seven different tracks ranging all the way from some mid-tempo glitch hop to funky trap and everything in between. You might even shed a tear listening to the beautiful progressive anthem ‘Cycles.’
The first three songs below are some of my favorites from the EP. ‘Launch Break’ has an intro that is guaranteed to make you dance around like a high school girl but the drop will bring you back to reality. This shit has some major bass so turn it up! Second we have ‘Supa Fly,’ a laser filled gem of a track that I could easily see someone like Paper Diamond throwing into his set. And last up is the collab off of the EP with Neon Chief titled ‘Honey Baked Ham.’ Smooth jazz type chords and driving electro synths will keep your body busy throughout the entire thing.
Make sure to check out the rest of the EP below ‘Honey Baked Ham’ that includes two more originals and the two remixes, one from Psychologic and another from Vonzie! I promise you will not be disappointed, enjoy!!
Geodesic – Launch Break : Direct Download
Geodesic – Supa Fly : Direct Download
Geodesic & Neon Chief – Honey Baked Ham : Direct Download
So for a lot of you people out there, school has come back around. Fortunately for everyone, our friends Scott and Stas, whom make up the duo Froland, have blessed us with their fifth Global Podcast installment. Whether you are looking to party, procrastinate or just listen, the playlist on this one is sure satisfy! This awesome mix has an array of some great tunes. Their track “Dirty Lounge” is featured, as well as tracks from the likes of Dillon Francis, Noisa, Skrillex, Torro Torro, Sound Remedy and Bro Safari.
If you haven’t seen it already, we recently had an interview with these guys, which you can check out here! Also, make sure to give them some love on their Facebook and stay tuned for future Global Podcasts!
Froland – Global Podcast 5: Direct Download
Sohella is an up and coming Electro/Trap producer from Nashvile, TN. His remix of Lauren Rantala’s “This Means War” is a unique Electro banger and Sohella’s first on moombroton.com. The sounds in it draw comparison to the same depth the talented Zeds Dead have.
This remix adds a funky sound and rhythm to the original tempo of electro. It takes you on a roller coaster of emotions with its swapping sounds. After his performance at the Mercy Lounge as the opening act for GRIZ, It’s clear that Sohella is gaining recognition for his distinctive sound.
Lauren Rantala – This Means War (SOHELLA Remix)