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Spaveech Remixes Drake; Droobee Remixes Sam Smith [FREE DOWNLOADS]

It’s been a minute since I’ve posted anything by my favorite unsigned artist Spaveech, and it’s a damn shame because he’s got a lot of great music that’s dropped over the past six months. We’ve posted Spaveech tracks that hang out in Electro-House and Trap, but more recently it seems the New Jersey-based producer has been turning to deeper sounds. Spaveech’s remixes of Porter Robinson’s “Sea of Voices” and Avicii & Sebastian Drums’ “My Feelings For You” both were high-quality and quite deep, receiving tons of positive feedback (Porter even gave a shout-out to Spaveech in this Tweet). Which brings me to my next point: how much Spaveech has blown up since the last time I checked him out. The 24-year-old is boasting over 25,000 Facebook fans and climbing towards 10,000 SoundCloud followers. Today Spaveech released his remix of Drake’s “0 to 100″ which is about as close to G-House as I’ve heard him put out. The Spaveech take on “0 to 100″ almost reminds me of Destructo & YG’s track “Party Up” with a bass line that sounds similar to something Oliver Heldens has been writing. Either way I’m highly impressed with Spaveech’s latest effort and as always you can enjoy it for free download.

The other free download I’m bringing to you today is by Boston-based producer Droobee, who is one half of the Hip-Hop duo Rosewood & Droobee. I can’t speak much to neither Rosewood nor Droobee, but thanks to rising star Prince Fox reposting Droobee’s remix of “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith I was able to have some light shed on his work. Granted, the Droobee remix of “Stay With Me” is the only song up on his SoundCloud page, but it’s the only taste I need to keep him on my radar. While Prince Fox’s remix of “Stay With Me” was a little on the chiller side, Droobee cranks it up in a way that combines both Hip Hop and dance music, but keeps the tempo on the lower side. Heavy bass resonates throughout the whole thing and summons guys like Paper Diamond and Keys N’ Krates. Apparently Rosewood & Droobee have an album on the way, so if you like what you hear keep an eye on them!

Blackstreet – No Diggity (Beat Fatigue Remix)

Seeing as its been about a year since Bondax dropped their awesome edit of Blackstreet’s legendary RnB groove, I think we were all ready for a new twist on “No Diggity.” Beat Fatigue brings a sound largely unheard of from the Netherlands, ditching the big room and deeper side of things for a funky and soul-inspired style. While this definitely will strike a chord with fans of electro-soul acts like Pretty Lights and Griz, Beat Fatigue’s style brings a unique sound, heavy on the guitar that he records himself and featuring lots of organic instruments, mixed with just the proper amount of bass and glitch (If you know The Floozies, this will be right up your alley). While browsing through Beat Fatigue’s SoundCloud, I found myself jamming out pretty hard to his new EP, only a month old, which certainly deserves some attention. Cop the free download on the “No Diggity” remix below and definitely stay tuned for more from. Mr. Fatigue.

Matt’s House 003

Welcome back to my house. This time we have three house tracks that are sure to please. Whether you are in the mood to chill or in the mood to party I got what you need. Check these ones out now and let us know what you think. (CLICK THE SHOPPING CARTS FOR FREE DOWNLOADS)


First up we have the latest from SNBRN. We recently brought you his remix of 21 Questions and we are very pleased with this remix as well. This one is more on the down-tempo chiller side but it will definitely warm your heart.


Next up we have a Deep House remix of one of our old favorites. This one is a sure fire hit in your next deep house set, or it will even work at your next house party. If you don’t know Dr. Fresch now you know!


Lastly we have a “Tropical Disco” track from Thero. If you had any last hope of holding onto summer this track will help you out. Grab this song now and be sure to stop by next time for the best that house music has to offer.

Goldroom Gets Us Ready For Fall With “Till Sunrise”

California-based producing team Goldroom has brought the perfect track to help transition into those chill fall vibes with their hit “Till Sunrise”.

This track coincides perfectly with Goldroom’s combination of funky beats and sophisticated melodies. The smooth vocals add an additional clean-sounding element to this track, making it perfect for bumping both in your room or at a show.

You can catch Goldroom  touring on the West Coast this fall, and you can also check out “Till Sunrise” right here on MMIBTY:

Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza Drops A New Tech-House Track [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Now that I’m living in San Francisco, I’m more aware of Thievery Corporation co-founder Rob Garza than I’ve ever been. Granted, I’ve been listening to Thievery Corporation on a regular basis since my Freshman year of college, but having seen Garza around The Bay (on stage Public Works for Hot Since 82 for example) a few times I was especially interested to see he released a new Tech-House song for free download today. As I said previously, I know Rob Garza for being one half of the founding team of Thievery Corporation, a musical collective that spans musical genres but always seems to reside in loungey, down-tempo, and trip-hop types of styles. While I know Rob Garza to enjoy many types of music including House music, I don’t know that I expected him to release a song like “Re Mana”.

Here’s what Rob had to say about the track:

During my travels in Mumbai last year, a Andrew Mackay from Bombay Dub Orchestra connected me with vocalist Vasuda Sharma for a tech house track I was working on. The lyrics “dheer dhariye Re Mana” are improvised during the song with “alaaps” and “Sargam” (Sa,re ga..) bascially meaning, “Have patience my dear heart.”

The idea behind the words: We get restless or disappointed when things aren’t the way we’d like them to be. in times like these, one has to remind oneself to have patience because, in the end along with hard word, it’s patience that pays off.

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The First Annual Cloak ‘N’ Dagger Festival Brings The House To Denver

Well just in case you thought the festival season was over out here in Denver, The Hundred wants to extend one more invite to their first annual Cloak ‘N’ Dagger festival located in Denver’s Golden Triangle District. Spread out over four stages between Club Vinyl and City Hall we will witness as a plethora of artists not only on local and national levels, but international acts as well takeover Denver’s Capitol Hill. With one stage being reserved for strictly for local acts, all the homies are sure to be out and about including Action 52, Keepers (brand new track available below), Need & Necessity, Real Cosby and many more. However as stacked as our local line-up is the big guns will also be coming to town including the likes of Cashmere Cat, Gigamesh, Golf Clap, Graff, Holy Ghost, Justin Martin, Moon Boots, Thomas Jack and so many more. If you are a lover of house, disco, indie-dance or anything off the deep end then this is definitely a must attend event. Even after a massive summer of amazing line-ups The Hundred has blown us away once again by sneaking in one last big party during these dog days of summer. Check out some of our favorite tunes from headlining artists below and be sure to grab your TICKETS as soon as possible, there is no doubt in my mind these are gonna go quick!