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written on July 22, 2014 by admin

I really got turned onto Black Boots when they did a killer trap remix of Congorock’s “Babylon” and they’ve been turning out interesting, dark and electro influenced trap tunes ever since. They come from a dancier background and you can hear it in their tracks – the programming, the choice of synths, etc. This remix of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” is no exception. Floating between vocal driven bits and heavy, wobbly bass bars, they once again put forth their unique flair on a tried and tested song. Free download HERE.

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Happy Colors and G-Buck are known to make a lot of noise, both as independent artists, but there’s a special kind of calamity that goes down when they work together. Perhaps that’s why they appear twice on Main Course’s new compilation, “The Remixes, Vol. 3,” remixing the best work from the label’s recent months.

Starting the compilation, the legendary Codes flips “Worldwide” into an grade-A UK bass anthem, followed by Happy Colors and G-Buck giving Jesse Slayter’s “Thick” a healthy dose of dirty club vibes that also feel perfect for any festival main stage. This is all not to even mention that the remainder of the compilation is absolutely bananas. The compilation is available for FREE download for the next month on Soundcloud, as well as for purchase always on iTunes.