This week we continue our series of exclusive giveaways: every Wednesday, Willy Joy & Gotta Dance Dirty have teamed up to give you Free Willy Wednesdays! Each week we’ll give you a new tune out of Willy’s vault. Some are remixes, some are bootlegs, some are 100% originals.. Some of them you may have heard played by your favorite DJ or in an exclusive mix, but now they’re yours… for free!
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Wick-it The Instigator brings his Southern thunder from Nashville to the West coast with this awesome moombahton remix of Dr. Dre. The hard hitting kicks, tasteful samples, and groovin’ vibe will get you boogie-ing into the weekend. Check out more of Wick-it’s eclectic catalog on his SoundCloud.
Just got this in the mail from our friendlies over at Technique Management, who recently acquired the infamous LA duo LAZRTAG onto their roster. To give back to the good people of the blogosphere, LAZRTAG have leaned the tempo on the infamous Tommy Trash banger to make a FREE killer bootleg out of one of the biggest tunes out right now. Think bagpipe fiesta.
Our buddy Clockwork has turned down the tempo in this new Moombahton remix of The Beatards, the Brooklyn trio responsible for the popular Mixtape Riot parties in New York City. Straying from his big room Electro sound as found in the first release on our DirtyNitrus micro-label, Henry puts a fun twist on the original that is bountifully bouncy and definitely club-ready.
This week, we at GDD™ are pleased to bring you a special Dirt takeover by our friend and Father of Moombahton, DAVE NADA! For those who do not know anything about Moombahton, it all started in 2009 when Dave played at his little cousin’s school ditch party back in Maryland where he slowed down the popular Afrojack remix to 108 beats per minute to appease the crowd. Since then, he’s been making reggaeton-tempo edits of Dutch house and tropical house, and clubs have been going crazy for the stuff. Now, Moombahton has picked up even more speed and has been embraced by some of the largest producers in the world. Dirty dancers, I give you Dave Nada’s : Many Moves of Moombahton! GDD™ style.
“Some like it hard, some like it soft, but everyone likes it hot. Here are some of my favorite moombahton tracks that represent the many vibes of the genre. The diversity of moombahton proves that there’s something for everyone…” - Dave Nada
Dave was kind enough to give us a complete overview of the Moombahton genre, all the way from the hardest style to the soul style. Check them all out and enjoy! They all are downloadable for free! Heres the .zip file
If you still haven’t had your fill of moombahton, please check out Dave’s Blog: http://moombahton.tumblr.com
I hope you guys enjoy this week’s installment of The Dirt. I promise you MOOMBAHTON is the genre of the future. Just watch!
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The Indoesian wonder Angger Dimas just released his debut full-length album Angger Management on Dim Mak Records, crossing the spectrum of electro, hip hop, big room, hardstyle, moombahton and more. To celebrate it’s widespread acclaim and to give back to the fans, Angger is giving away “Jump Floor”, a bonus track off the album (and in my opinion the biggest and most stand out on the entire release). This monster takes an anthemic buildup only to drop into a big surprise – fans of the main stage will be all over this one, grab it below!
As festivals sprawl up all over the U.S. and inundate the already heavily commercialized electronic industry, USC Events and LiveNation have put together a massive electronic music festival out in the secluded Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington. Returning for its second year bigger and better than ever, Paradiso has been upgraded to a two-day, overnight camping experience that combines the likes of Coachella and EDC. Portlanders and Seattleites composed the majority of the audience this year but patrons from far and wide made their way to what was one of the larger electronic lineup’s I’ve seen in my 20+ years living in the Northwest. Held at the same venue the venerable Sasquatch Music Festival calls home, Paradiso threw the largest party the Columbia River Gorge has seen in it’s 12-17 million year old existence, and narrated it with some of the biggest names in the industry. Continue Reading