YEA! SUNDAY! Another week, another round of big releases from some of our favorite big-name artists. This week, in what has to be some of the biggest and best news I’ve heard in a long time, Daft Punk had three unmastered previews of their tracks supposedly off their forthcoming album Sky Dive released by some idiot girl who undoubtedly got her father fired for making them public. Here’s what she posted on a forum:
As dumb as this is, I can’t be mad. I mean, how could you be? Even if this is some promo gag, which I doubt because it’s not like Daft Punk needs any more attention than they already get for a mysterious duo who are still reeling of fame from jams they made popular over ten years ago. I don’t think it’s worth posting the tracks here but if you want to listen, head over to RollingTuff to check em out. So far, it sounds like they’re gonna return to their nu disco roots and gonna make another hell of an album.
But now that that’s out of the way, let’s get into the tracks from this week. Zedd, who recently released his first attempt at dubstep and is still killing the charts with his song “Shave It”, found time amidst his busy schedule to release another electro house monster jam. It’s incredible how far he’s come in such a short time. Love the vocals on this one.
Next, Cazzette, our favorite Swedish electro-house duo (because there’s so many…) remixed Spencer & Hill’s track “Believe It” and this track is huge-status like everything else these guys have been doing lately. They definitely give a whole new dimension to the sometimes monotonous Swedish house scene.
I’m still getting over the awesomeness that was Noisa’s last massive “Tommy’s Theme” and he brings us another super creative track. For me, his name is synonomous with thinking outside the box. Love it or hate it, it’s got some really original sounds in it.
The Dutch powerhouses Laidback Luke and Sander Van Doorn teamed up this week to bring us an interesting track. It’s not the best you’ve ever heard from either one but the more you listen to it, the more you like it. The drop has some pretty cool sounds in it.
More Swedes! This time an amazing remix that first premiered on BBC Radio 1 during the Swedish House Mafia Essential Selection by none other than Axwell himself. I have to say, with songs like “I Found You” and “Nothing But Love For You” and with the amazing live solo performances I’ve seen him put on, I think he might be the most talented out of the trio. I know everyone thinks Steve Angello is the brains… but I think I know better. Take a listen and tell me what you think.
Oh and here’s what Thomas Gold looks like when he’s having an amazing time at Beta Nightclub in Denver, a.k.a. last night. Well done, sir, well done.
The BONUS today will be Thomas Gold’s latest FG Live mix because he is just crushing it right now. Bunch of unreleased tracks on this one. I am totally sold. Don’t believe me? Press play.