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DJ Rozz – Electrokill Mega Mix Vol. 2

DJ Rozz

Here we have an excellent electro mix from DJ Rozz. Straight out of Chicago, the heart of House music, this guy has his shit together. DJ Rozz put all our favorites in this mix, from Dada life, to Knife Party, to Zedd, to Deadmau5 and much more. Kick back and enjoy!

ElectroKill Mega Mix Volume 2

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David Glass and Michael Ellis – Fly

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David Glass and Michael Ellis just released this track on Beatport recently. It’s a hip, funky and laid back House track that will take you back to a more simple time.

David Glass & Michael Ellis – Fly

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SUPPORT DAVID GLASS and MICHAEL ELLIS and buy this track on BeatPort HERE!

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Peking Duk Is Going Viral!

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Peking Duk is another hot new up and coming producing duo straight out of Australia on the Vicious Bitch label. They have been remixing and producing up a storm and gaining attention from huge names in the industry. Their debut single “Bingo Trippin” as well as remixes for Porter Robinson, Chilly Gonzales, and Vandalism are what is propelling them towards a bright future of success. I think Tommy Trash said it best, “Peking Duk not only tastes good, but sounds even better.”

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Deniz Koyu Has A Hit With Bong!

I’m not particularly fond of long meandering buildups in house tracks. This is mostly because I am a big believer in instant gratification. I can overlook it, however, when the “meat” of the track is so good that it makes me forget the one to two minutes I spent thinking “where is this song going?” “Bong,” the newest from Deniz Koyu is the track that has most recently made me feel this way.

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Zedd Covers the Whole Spectrum

Zedd’s newest release “Spectrum” is on fire. The title is beyond fitting because this track runs the spectrum of different styles and sounds throughout. It starts off with synth-heavy wheeziness and transforms into a bouncy lyrically charged club track. This track is melodic and highly digitized at the same time.