Tag Archives: Adele
Yet another Monday rolls through, which can only mean there are more mashups to share with everyone. This week's volume includes a bunch of new tracks that have blown up over the past couple of months, mixed and mashed with lyrics and tracks you might never even think would go with em. Hope this helps get your week started right, cheers.
Axwell vs. Tim Mason vs. Laidback Luke vs. Adele - The Moment Is Rolling In God's Air (DJ Funkadelic Bootleg)
Hate to say it was bound to happen eventually (and I still can't believe it actually did), but my deepest apologies for being a day late on this week's SSP. As the rain began to hit Southern California so did a super busy week and weekend. Luckily though, was finally got some party time in yesterday with the UCLA victory and the boys Beach Life Kings tearing the roof off of Central last night. Sorry again for the tardiness, but I'm making this week's a double pack so hopefully the tracks will make up for it. Stay thirsty hombres.
Chriss Ortega, Oscar De La Fuente feat. Josie - Prayer For The Ages (Maurizio Gubellini & Matteo Sala Remix)
PS. We've been getting a bunch of e-mails regardings pics from both of last weekend's events. Management from the San Diego show is still approving our pictures to put up, Escape review and pics are finally on their way sorry for the delay!
Two versions of the British soul-singer Adele's, 'Rolling in the Deep', brought to us by Jamie XX of the XX and mystery man dBerrie. Jamie XX's remix features Donald Glover [pictured above] who raps under the alias, Childish Gambino. Glover has had an extremely successful career writing for the show 30 Rock and starring on the NBC series Community. He has some serious potential and really kills it on the track. However, despite Glover's raw flow, the dBerrie remix absolutely takes the cake here - I've had it on repeat for a good month now and finally have decided to release it to the DxE audience. Both are worthy of a spot in your music collection, but don't expect nearly the same sound - as dBerrie's is a massive house banger (perhaps my favorite release of 2011), while Jamie XX's spin on it is based on an underground hip-hop/indie influence. Cheers n shout to my girl, Almeida, for finding the dBerrie gem :]
Hooking you up with some hardcore electro, dubstep and DnB for your listening pleasure.
Oh and Laidback Luke's WMC live set? why not.