Live for the Loop March Mix
Words by Scenewave Australia - Published on March 25, 2010
Davo is the mastermind behind Live for the Loop, a facebook group primarily devoted to electronic dance music. Each month, scenewave, in conjunction with Live for the Loop, will provide a downloadable mix for your listening pleasure.
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Live for the Loop – March Mix
Here’s a 10 track ‘flavours of the month’ mix for your listening pleasure.
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Download Live for the Loop March Mix here.
1. Caribou – Odessa
This track has flooded the blogosphere, and it’s no wonder. Don’t miss the release of Swim LP on April 19th.
2. Burns – So Many Nights
Burns has been labelled the next Deadmau5 with his catchy electro disco sound. Be sure to catch Burns with Surkin at the Met on April 4.
3. MadKids – Mumboi
MadKids produce super-cool tech house. Do yourself a favour and checkout their beatport releases.
4. Crookers – Remedy ft. Miike Snow
A fine collaboration off the new Crookers album, Tons of Friends.
5. Yolanda Be Cool & D-Cup – We No Speak Americano
Both these artists are Australian and you can’t help but love Yolanda’s funky techy tribal sound coming to a club near you. ‘Yolanda be cool’ is a line off the cult classic film, Pulp Fiction.
6. M.A.N.D.Y. & Booka Shade – Donut
This track is deep. I was lucky enough to catch the end of Booka’s set at Future Music Festival and it was nothing short of amazing.
7. Bart B More – Romane
Bart is pushing banger after banger and this latest gem was released on Sound Pellegrino, one of the coolest labels in the biz.
8. Major Lazer – Pon De Floor (Ludachrist Remix)
The orignal of this track has certainly been making the rounds at various clubs and festivals. This catchy remix fuses Harold Faltmeyer’s classic meoldy ‘Axel F’.
9. Tiga – What You Need (Chromeo Remix)
A sweet remake of the bangin’ track off Tiga’s Ciao! album.
10. Delphic – Doubt (Doc Daneeka’s All For Space Grime)
Doc Daneeka is all about the UK Funky riddim. Silly name for a remix though.