Friday, December 2, 2011

Sin Vol. 2

The homie A-Jamz just released his second volume of his -Sin- series. For this one, he brings along the also rising talents of Kid Conrad. Both of which do an awesome job with hugh tracklists for all you house and electro heads. Kin Conrad gets things started in the mixtape with A-Jamz laying on a huge finish, which I believe to be his best mix yet! This one is huge so get to downloading it!

DJ A-Jamz & Kid Conrad - Sin Volume 2

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011


DJ Evil One uploaded his latest mixtape just yesterday. I definitely love what he does with this one. It has the perfect mix of nu disco and funk. All of you should check out why Evil One is one of the most respected in the game. And how can you not like his beard?!? Enjoy the mixtape!

DJ Evil One - L3WD

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Monday, November 21, 2011

Move Your Feet

The Les sent me over his latest mixtape! I gave it a listen earlier and I definitely liked what I heard! He actually had a few remixes in there that I hadn't yet heard, which was really nice. His take on the tunes was genuinely awesome. I have no doubt you guys/girls will love this one too! Enjoy!

The Les - Move Your Feet

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Femme EDM

DJ Zimmie What? DJ Zimmie just dropped a mixtape with two things he loves: women and electronic music. This mixtape features a variety of female vocalists on some of the best recent electronic music. I even added a remix he did over a month ago that I meant to post... over a month ago. Dope stuff Zimmie! Enjoy party people!

DJ Zimmie - Femme EDM Mixtape

LMFAO - Sexy And I Know It Ft. LA Riots, Tomba & Borgore (DJ Zimmie Remix)

For more DJ Zimmie

Monday, November 14, 2011

Juggs Judy

Dixie, a native Australian has been doing some serious work over there. I've posted a few of his remixes, and now he is working on some originals. I have a teaser below. He teams up with Los Angeles based rapper Tony Madness. It's electro goodness! But here, I have a mix of his posted. Now, while I am usually not inclined to post live sets, Dixie absolutely smashes his set. It's got a real nice mix of electro and house. There's even some dubstep in there. And for those who live under a rock, it's almost summer there (Yes, I said summer). Enjoy!

Dixie - Rock The Fkn Party (Summer Mixtape 2011) Download here

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Friday, November 11, 2011

Rendezvous With Destiny

L.A. based Myndset released a really dope mixtape just a few days ago. Here, he posts a real clean EDM mixtape with no reminisce of any top 40. There's a ton of great tracks on here that flow real nicely with the absolutely flawless execution he shows. This is a real good one! Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Scene Kings Fall 2011

The good dudes, The Scene Kings, have given me a number of goodies to give away. We have remixes and a mixtape. The Scene Kings are known for bringing that electro and they do it up here! They bring it heavy in the mixtape and very nicely in their remixes. Enjoy!

The Scene Kings - Fall Mixtape 2011

Heavy D & The Boys - Nuttin But Love (The Scene Kings vs. Hype Jones 2011 Rework) RIP

Rihanna - We Found Love Ft. Calvin Harris (The Scene Kings Remix)

David Guetta - Without You Ft. Usher (The Scene Kings Remix)

For more Scene Kings

Monday, November 7, 2011

GHZ Mini Mix November 2011

The homie DJ Gigahurtz continued his mini mix series with the release of November's mini mix. I have been getting some really good feedback about these! These are perfect for those who just need a quick 30 minute mix. Enjoy!

DJ Gigahurtz - Mini Mix November 2011

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Unrivaled Mixtape Volume 3

The Unrivaled DJ's, many of whom have Las Vegas residencies, released their third installment of their own team mixtape series. The group, for those who don't know, includes DJ Spryte, DJ Kevin Scott, DJ Reflex, DJ Melo-D, and DJ E-Man. Each member was featured in this mix, and this mix is currently my favorite out right now. Virtually everything about this mixtape is perfect. The transitions, the tracklist, the excution all seems flawless. The only beef I have with it is that some songs were repeated, but if you can brush that aside, then you have a nearly perfect mixtape! Grab this one ASAP!

Unrivaled DJ's - Unrivaled Mixtape Vol. 3

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Top 100 DJ's 2011

Here it is! The top 100 dj's for 2011 have been released by DJ Mag. Here is the full list:

#1: David Guetta
#2: Armin Van Buuren
#3: Tiesto
#4: Deadmau5
#5: Above & Beyond
#6: Avicii
#7: Afrojack
#8: Dash Berlin
#9: Markus Schulz
#10: Swedish House Mafia
#11: Paul Van Dyk
#12: Axwell
#13: Gareth Emery
#14: Fedde Le Grand
#15: ATB
#16: Sander Van Doorn
#17: Headhunterz
#18: Ferry Corsten
#19: Skrillex
#20: Laidback Luke
#21: Infected Mushroom
#22: Aly & Fila
#23: Steve Angello
#24: Hardwell
#25: Arty
#26: Sebastian Ingrosso
#27: Benny Benassi
#28: Daft Punk
#29: Martin Solveig
#30: Kaskade
#31: Carl Cox
#32: Chuckie
#33: Bob Sinclar
#34: Calvin Harris
#35: Noisecontrollers
#36: W&W
#37: Pete The Zouk
#38: Dada Life
#39: Angerfist
#40: D-Block & S-Te-Fam
#41: DJ Coone
#42: Steve Aoki
#43: Cosmic Gate
#44: Bobina
#45: Richie Hawtin
#46: Eric Prydz
#47: Zatox
#48: Tydi
#49: Orjan Nilsen
#50: Andy Moor
#51: Roger Shah
#52: John O’Callaghan
#53: Astrix
#54: Erick Morillo
#55: John Digweed
#56: Wolfgang Gartner
#57: DJ Feel
#58: Showtek
#59: Richard Durand
#60: Umek
#61: Skazi
#62: Paul Kalkbrenner
#63: Sasha
#64: Eddie Halliwell
#65: Moonbeam
#66: Myon & Shane 54
#67: Judge Jules
#68: Matt Darey
#69: Paul Oakenfold
#70: Alesso
#71: Mark Knight
#72: Sean Tyas
#73: Mat Zo
#74: Lange
#75: Joachim Garraud
#76: Simon Patterson
#77: Francis Davila
#78: Psyko Punkz
#79: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
#80: Wildstylez
#81: Roger Sanchez
#82: Hernan Cattaneo
#83: Tritonal
#84: DJ Vibe
#85: AN21
#86: Bloody Beetroots
#87: Felguk
#88: Nero
#89: Juanjo Martin
#90: Boy George
#91: Tenisha
#92: Sidney Samson
#93: Dirty South
#94: James Zabiela
#95: Marcel Woods
#96: Porter Robinson
#97: Sven Vath
#98: Brennan Heart
#99: Leon Bolier
#100: Boys Noize

Mike Gloria Has A Flash Of Antidote

DJ Mike Gloria has been busy releasing dope remixes one after the next. Well, this time I have his 4 latest releases, and they are all definitely worthing of throwing in your libraries! Play them out, or throw them in your iTunes. Whatever works! Enjoy.

Rihanna - We Found Love Ft. Calvin Harris (Mike Gloria Remix)

Nicky Romero x Swedish House Mafia - A Flash Of Antidote (Mike Gloria Bootleg)

Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition 2011 (Mike Gloria Remix)

Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks (Mike Gloria Remix)

For more DJ Mike Gloria

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Werk Me

Work, Work, Work, Work me! Hyper Crush finally released this single yesterday, and let me say that it is a banger! Hyper Crush never seems to disappoint! I always say don't sleep on any song from Hyper Crush, but I definitely mean it! Download this ASAP!

Hyper Crush - Werk Me

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Monday, October 17, 2011

Sin Vol. 1

DJ A-Jamz released his newest mixtape -Sin-, which is the first of a three part mixtape series. He is no doubt getting better and better with every new project. The transitions are super clean and it has a pretty damn good tracklist! Stop waiting, and check it out!

DJ A-Jamz - Sin Volume 1

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The Halloween Kingz

The Anthem Kingz released their Halloween mix a couple days ago and I finally got a chance to listen. It's got a good mix of electro and all the usual Halloween jams. The monster mash never seems to get old to me. Check it out people!

Anthem Kingz - Halloween Mix 2011

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Valetto Runs The Night

John Saviano, A.K.A. Street Savi from Chicago, sent me over his remix for his new duo -Valetto- alongside his L.A. based cousin DJ Savi. They've had this remix for a while, but they wanted to establish their name first. I heard this remix about a month ago, and I've been waiting ever since. AND!, this is the first website you'll see it on as well! Enjoy!

Havana Brown - We Run The Night (Valetto Extended Remix)

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

The Come Up

Kid Conrad sent me over this mixtape last night. I quickly took a listen, and I definitely liked it. It's a very good house mix, with some tunes you don't hear every day. In fact, the third tune on this mixtape is an original called "Super Tight". It's produced by Shelco Garcia and him. They are known as the duo called "Alpharock". Enjoy the mixtape!

Kid Conrad - The Come Up

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Audible Official

D-JR created a pretty eclectic mixtape filled with all sorts of genres. This is a perfect mixtape for party, because it has a little bit of everything to satisfy everyone. I've gotten to see D-JR play twice now, and his sets are so dope. Be sure to check him out live and grab this mixtape. P.S. The intro is fire!

D-JR - Audible Official

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Friday, October 7, 2011

GHz In Sept & Oct

The homie DJ Gigahurtz just released his October Mini Mix. I have also attached September's Mini Mix that I forgot to post. On a side note, I got to hang out with Gigahurtz about 2 weeks ago at J Lounge in L.A. While his set was restricted to a certain genre by the club's request, it was still good none-the-less. He's super fun to hang out if with if any of you get the chance. Enjoy!

DJ Gigahurtz - Mini Mix October 2011

DJ Gigahurtz - Mini Mix September 2011

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JayCeeOh Jumpoff

As many know, here in L.A., Power 106 has a special guest dj on Fridays. Last Friday's guest was DJ JayCeeOh. If you are a true Spartytunes fan, you'll know I got to interview him. But as for the mix, it is awesome! It features a nice blend of hip-hop and electronic, while using some of his latest bootlegs! Enjoy!

DJ JayCeeOh - Power 106 Jumpoff Mix

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011


DJ Vtech, of Project Spin Artists, same management of my latest interview MikiWAR, just finished her brand new house mixtape. She is very excited about this work, because all the vocals on the intro are hers. She has a beautiful voice and does an awesome job with this full length mixtape! Be sure to grab it!

DJ Vtech - Tech·ni·cal·i·ty Mixtape

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Kling Klong Shout

The Disco Fries and Tommie Sunshine have been teaming up on a lot of projects. This is their latest work, and I have it here for you! This is a pretty interesting bootleg. I can't really put my finger on it, but I dig the tune nonetheless. Enjoy.

Tears For Fears x Audionite - Kling Klong Shout (Tommie Sunshine & Disco Fries Bootleg)

For more Disco Fries | Tommie Sunshine

Monday, September 26, 2011

Electric Summer Vol 2

JMoney sent me a mixtape a few days ago, and I quickly took a listen. It has a great tracklist and works nicely for the gym. He's got remixes from homies like DJ Exodus, Dino Roc, and DJ CJ. He even threw some of his own fresh remixes in there. Definitely a house mix you should get your hands on! Hit me up if you want the tracklist! Enjoy!

J$ - Electric Summer Mixtape Volume 2

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Risk One Stimulus Package 2

The homie and my favorite DJ, Risk One, has released his second pack full of remixes and bootlegs. All I can possibly say is that these contain so much heat. it's something your libraries can't be without. I promise these 8 remixes and bootlegs will add to any current sets you have right now. Risk One adds a little bit of every genre to the pack. I may even hear these out as soon as this weekend! Grab this pack, and thank Risk One. After all, he is doing more for the economy than Obama is. Oh, I said it! Enjoy!

DJ Risk One - Stimulus Package 2

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

F*ck It, Just Dance

Skam Artist Mr. Mauricio has just finished real fresh mixtape full of his favorite dance songs right now! I already threw this one on the iPod for the gym. This mixtape is filled with high energy and high tempo. This "Heavy Hitter" will keep you moving for well over an hour! Download it! You won't be sorry!

Cheapshot's Jumpoff Mix

This past weekend DJ Cheapshot was invited to do the famous "Jumpoff Mix" on Power 106 in L.A. This Skam Artist does an awesome job with this one. I promise you will love it. It features all the hits from DJ Vice's remix of "Boomerang" to Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" all the way to "N*ggas In Paris". The only downside to this artwork is that he didn't insert his face like he does on all his others! Oh well! Grab this!

DJ Cheapshot - The Jumpoff Mix

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Monday, September 19, 2011

MikiWar Interview

A few weeks ago, I got the chance to interview MikiWAR at the new Infusion Lounge in L.A. before his set. If you somehow don't know who MikiWAR is, you'll soon learn. MikiWAR has been climbing the ladder of DJ's while doing it in style. MikiWAR is one of the faces of DJCity, MikiDZ Show from DJCity, the former, We Are Royalty Clothing, Project Spin Artists, and now the brand ambassador and monthly resident DJ of the new Infusion Lounge in L.A. MikiWAR credits a lot of people for his success, but I credit the determination he has shown on his self-improvement. Be sure to check out this interview with him and be on the lookout for some big stuff from him! Enjoy!

Spartytunes: What advice do you have for young and aspiring DJ's?

MikiWAR: The good ole advice question... Man that's a tough one for me, because I feel like I'm still a young DJ even though in some eyes people feel I've accomplished a lot. In my mind, there is still much more to do, and that should be the mentality for anyone. You're going to see a lot of things that give you that instant gratification, but it's always about the bigger picture. It's not so much about where your going, but the route you take to get there. I would say the biggest thing is to remember you're doing it for the love and fun, just like in the beginning.

Spartytunes: Can you tell me about Project Spin Artists and how you got affiliated with them?

MikiWAR: Sure. For those who don't know, PSA (Project Spin Artists) is a DJ management company, founded originally by Adam Contreras (@ADAMakaPUN). I think that's how I originally found out about him, on twitter. I saw the name through a close friend then, and now even closer, DJ Eddie Boy. Eddie was dj'ing some great gigs; so I asked him if he was getting any help to be placed at those venues. He introduced me to Adam about a year ago right before I did this cruise ship thing. While I was gone for four weeks, he did a lot of work for me like branding and marketing, and that's what I was missing. It felt like every time I went out of town, even though I was working and getting paid, I was missing something to stay relevant. As silly as it sounds, if you're not in the scene or tweeting as much, people start to forget about you. PSA was that crutch I needed to really keep moving. 

Spartytunes: Now I've been to Infusion San Francisco, but tonight were at Infusion Los Angeles and with it opening up, what is your role?

MikiWAR: You probably know more about Infusion S.F. than I do, but I know they have set an amazing nightlife standard and I'm proud to say I've confirmed my first date up there on September 29th. Being a "Brand Ambassador", it sounds so important... I mean I grew up here in the 818 [L.A. area], and for those who don't know the "Infusion" brand in L.A. is located at Universal City Walk. I grew up here, went to two different high schools to play basketball, so my network expanded early on without thinking how it would help. Now it works out, because since Infusion brand in L.A. is so new, they needed that local face, that local branding that fortunately I've been able to provide. When you walk in you get that Vegas feel, and even though Hollywood is just down the street, coming here you can avoid the crazy traffic and the weird hot dog lady. It is a unique venue, and pretty massive at that; the major plus for me is that the talent is huge. I am a monthly resident along with other great DJ's like Dainjazone and Zeb. Currently are highlighted nights are "Reflex Wednesdays" with DJ Reflex and Fridays. On Fridays, we have a Skam Artist, which is huge, because last Friday we had DJ Five, and it is hard for me to say these words about any DJ, but he is my favorite DJ, hands down. The talent at this venue is second to none and a large part of that goes to E-Rock, S/O (@DjErockSF1), he is the music director, and I have to thank him for getting me involved.

Spartytunes: Tell me about your affiliation with DJCity, and what is coming up?

MikiWAR: originally only sold records and dj products. Long story short, I went to a concert sponsored by Scratch Academy. Soon after, I went over there with the advice of DJ Dainjazone (@DjDainjazone), who I've known since I was about 13 years old. He told me about the place, and I just wanted to check it out. Back then DJCity and the Scratch Academy used to be in the same building. I spent a lot of time in that building past how much they told you to practice and what not. I then went on to be an assistant and intern at DJCity. Some of the S.A. work would come into DJCity and vise verse. I used to package records for DJCity when they would ship them out. I'd help out organizing, and that of course meant we got first dibs on the new records. That was kind of my ulterior motive. I actually used to package records with Kev Nish, of Far East Movement, just to put it in perspective of where they're at, and hopefully where I'm headed. DJ Phenom, who recruited Dainjazone and I into the SpinAddicts, helped start the digital record pool. With the success of that, they wanted a new way to market DJCity. When we first started the show, it was a live audio stream. We would start it in a small chat room on AIM with about 20 of our closest friends. After about four shows, we realized our biggest selling point would be our guest DJ's. So with the help of DJ Phenom (@Phenom_DjCity) and DJ Quickie (@DjQuickie), S/O to them, we had the funds to build 4 [barely] soundproof walls that would be later named the "WARZONE". U-Stream had launched not too long ago, and I figured why not add a visual for our audience, and of course it helped us connect with our audience with the chat room option. The rest it history...

Spartytunes: That perfectly leads me to my next question, what happened to the MikiDZ show?

MikiWAR: It is dearly missed. In the end, for us there never was an end goal. We did this show because we were a fan of these DJ's and it was fun. The show was pure and an amazing experience that we were fortunate enough to share with our peers. There were plenty of DJ's we would have liked to have that could have added a little more, to the resume, but at the same time, we hopped in the U-Stream bubble at the right time, but I think we got out at the right time. It became saturated with a lot of people trying to copy our idea; and I don't want to say copy, because it's flattering to see people using our format, and I support them as well. At the end of the day, we wanted to leave things on top; and I can confidently say we produced collectively one of, if not the greatest DJ show on the web. Looking forward, we have some new things cooking that you guys have seen a little of like DJCityTv.

Spartytunes: Now you have the podcast on Podomatic, iTunes and with that blowing up, how is that going?

MikiWAR: I get goosebumps when I think about it. I check on these things every day like I'm an addict. I have to say that the podcast was originally inspired by DJ Scene (@DjScene) S/O! He really just put me on stats, and how it helps with marketing. Again with the drop of, we hosted our mixtapes there like many others, and DJ Enrie, S/O (@DjEnrie), did a lot of great work. I had to find a new outlet to place my mixes for my following. Podomatic is a blessing. It's a way of expressing myself and showing my creativity that I used to get away with on the MikiDZ show. I use music that I like and don't just put of generic popular tracks together; I actually do all my podcasts live if I'm in town. If I'm not, I'll bust it out on Ableton.

Spartytunes: How did WAR (We Are Royalty) get started?

MikiWAR: It's funny, because everyone thinks I run or own WAR clothing. It has nothing to do with me, but it does. The back story on my name isn't hard to figure out if you know my real name and you speak Spanish. WAR is Guerra, like my last name. And to add to this, I don't know if this is going to be on or off the record (IT'S ON, NO WAY I WAS LEAVING THIS OUT), but Dainjazone wrote me a Valentines card years ago when we were like 14, and it said "To MikiFikiMike", and the Miki kind of just stuck, and that's how MikiWAR was berthed. The clothing was created by my younger brother Andy War from his bedroom, who actually just graduated from UC Riverside. He guerrilla marketed it, and got the right people to support him. Fortunately, Dainjazone and I were able to help. We also had a "little show" to help, and we made sure our friends had it on. It's something I am really proud to wear, my name. I feel like it represents us, and it shows my brother's hustle. He used to be barely be able to make a stick figure on a computer a year ago, and now he does full fledged clothing. I can say you can look for some new stuff coming out from WAR clothing soon. Everything has been on hold recently, but we are coming back soon.

Spartytunes: Your mixtape, "The Next Chapter", which I posted and a few remixes on DJCity, you haven't been putting out too much. Can we expect some new stuff coming soon?

MikiWAR: Yea man! I've been kind of laying low. I used to be really bad with just putting anything out as soon as I came up with, and it would bite me in the ass sometimes. I would put an extra snare somewhere, or I didn't master a sound properly. I've learned it's just better to do something right the first time and be proud of the time I put into it. I'm in the studio now gearing up. I have some personal remixes, that I am going to start letting out in remix packs soon. As far as the mixes go, which I really take pride in, and spend a ton of time on it, I have a lot of ideas I am sitting on; but I am waiting for some new tracks I want to expose. I don't want it to sound like anything else, but I can say there is a major mix in the works, which I can't really announce yet, but it's about 30 minutes long, and it's going to be intense.

Spartytunes: Any last words?

MikiWAR: I appreciate you reaching out to me to do this. It's an honor to be interviewed by anybody, and to be able to express what I'm all about. Going full circle with the new DJ's question, I still feel like I'm a new DJ; I feel I haven't been in the game long enough. And I think the youth are important. S/O to DJ Inferno at Power 106 [Biggest Hip Hop Radio Station in LA] and I wish I could tell you his twitter name, but he has one of those underscores! (@_Inferno) He was really one of the first guys to come up to me and ask for advice, and I'm really proud of what he has done. His marketing is crazy! S/O to Alex Gonzalez (@Aleks_Exact), I've been teaching him since day 1, and I'm proud of him. He's doing a great job. He's opened for Dainjazone and I at some great venues. My success thus far is a huge reflection of being surrounded by so many seasoned DJ's. Don't put down the young DJ's, because we have to teach them; it's up to them to listen. And finally, in due time, if you work hard, stay hungry, stay humble, then your time will come.

For more MikiWAR: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Got Beef?

It looks like I finally have to the "go ahead" to post this. The day the homie DJ Supersede sent me over a promo that was awesome! He and the other homie DJ Panic City just collaborated on one awesome project! They remixed a Steve Aoki/Afrojack single. Let me tell you the sound is huge! Grab it ASAP!

Steve Aoki/Afrojack - No Beef Ft. Miss Palmer (Supersede & Panic City Remix)

For more DJ Supersede | DJ Panic City

L.A. To I.E. Girl

DJ Turbulence has a couple new remixes up now. Of the three up, two are of Kanye, and the other is of Clipse. This Skam Artist has given these tunes a whole new sound and life. Check these out!

Kanye West - L.A. Girl (DJ Turbulence Remix)

Kanye West - Love Lockdown (DJ Turbulence Remix)

Clipse - Grindin' (DJ Turbulence Remix)

For more DJ Turbulence

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Someone Like Fogg

Dave Fogg has put out a couple good tunes recently. He put out a disco version of Dev's latest hit, and for his second, he teamed up with DJ Fabian to rework Adele's latest hit. Check them out!

Left: Dave Fogg | Right: Diplo

Dev - In The Dark (Dave Fogg Remix)

Adele - Someone Like You (Fabian Fogg Remix)

For more Dave Fogg | DJ Fabian

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Doesn't Suck To Be The Disco Fries

The Disco Fries also have new[ish] music that I meant to post days ago and even a couple weeks for the first one. They have been on fire, but I wouldn't expect anything different from these 2 guys! Tonight they are rocking Clinton Spark's "Awesome" party in Las Vegas. Be sure to grab these goodies!

Britney Spears - I Wanna Go (Disco Fries Extended Mix)

Clinton Sparks - Sucks To Be You (Disco Fries Remix)

For more Disco Fries

Mike Gloria Wants To Go

DJ Mike Gloria just celebrated his birthday yesterday, so in honor of that, I am making up for posts I should have posted days ago. With two new jams here, well, relatively new, sorry for the wait, DJ Mike Gloria shows us why his progression doesn't look to stop. Check these out!

Britney Spears - I Wanna Go (Mike Gloria Remix)

Cobra Starship - You Make Me Feel Ft. Sabi (Mike Gloria Remix)

For more DJ Mike Gloria

Thursday, September 8, 2011

DUI Sessions LDW 2011

Digitune (DJ Manik & DJ Flaver) created yet another holiday mix. And once again I am a couple days late posting it! This is definitely a mix for the house heads. Many limit themselves to straight Top 40, but Digitune gives us something different this time. This is the first of many more DUI sessions. Enjoy!

Digitune - DUI Sessions LDW 2011

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Blackout Album

Before you download this album from DJ Epic, check out my interview with him in the post right before this one. The Blackout album has been long waited for. It contains a bunch of dope mashups and originals. I'm sure you'll enjoy them!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

DJ Epic Interview

DJ Epic, until just a few months ago, was relatively unknown. Through a ton of hard work, he pushed through to the blogger's scene. I first found him at his third volume of his Pregame mixtape series. It contained a high energy top 40 electro tracklist. During his following mixtapes in the same series, I have seen nothing but improvement. He has also began working on a ton of mashups and originals. Besides that, he also has a dubstep series as well. Boasting close to 1800 likes on Facebook, DJ Epic is showing no signs of slowing down. His new album full of mashes and originals also drops tomorrow. Be sure and grab that! Now let's learn a little about DJ Epic!

Spartytunes: What advice do you have for young and aspiring dj's and artists?

DJ Epic: If you give it 110% you will be noticed sooner or later. It took me about 3 years to start showing up on the internet and getting gigs. It’s also important that when you start getting recognized not to grow an ego. I see some artists and dj's constantly bragging about the number of facebook fans they have, it’s music not a competition.

Spartytunes: With the success that your "Epic Pregame" mixtape series has had, how much further do you think you will take it?

DJ Epic: I’ll take it as far as I can. I would like to start doing them as podcasts on iTunes, then maybe someday as a radio mixshow.

Spartytunes: With your new album -Blackout- dropping tomorrow, what can we expect?

DJ Epic: Blackout is going to be dirty, and of course epic.

Spartytunes: You've done the mixtapes and you've done the mashups. Should we still expect both of those in the future?

DJ Epic: I’m going to start to work on remixes after Blackout is released. Mashups only take you so far but they are a crucial learning element for a beginning producer like me.

Spartytunes: What dj's do you look upto?

DJ Epic: DJ AM was a huge inspiration to me and was the reason I used every dollar I had to buy turntables. I started out spinning hip hop, then I heard a Tiesto track, and I was instantly hooked to electronic music.

Spartytunes: Where do you want to end up? What is your ultimate goal?

DJ Epic: My goal is to make dj'ing and producing my career. I want to end up with a top gig like everyone else.

Spartytunes: Any last words?

DJ Epic: Thanks for the interview and everyone be ready to blackout tomorrow!

For more DJ Epic: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

First Of SuperCheap!

DJ Supersede has been on one recently! He's been all over the place. Here we have his first collabos (I assume more are on the way), with DJ Cheapshot, Mr. Fire Poo. They remixed two classics. I also have an original from the Miami Ski Team. Grab these goodies here. Also, stay TUNEd for an upcoming collabo between Supersede and DJ Panic City. Enjoy!

Miami Ski Team - Ready. Steady. Go (Miami Ski Team's Head Start Mix)

Pharaoh Monche - Simon Says (SuperCheap! Remix)

Meatloaf - I'd Do Anything For Love (SuperCheap! Remix)

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

The Kryp2nite Project

DJ Kryp2nite was working hard on a project that he kept under the wraps. Turns out it was a mixtape full of some really good stuff. It contains a whole ton of good songs mixed with another bunch of really good songs. He does a good job with this one. Enjoy.

DJ Kryp2nite - The Kryp2nite Project

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Someone Like You

DJ Alex Dreamz & Jeff T released this radio remix last night and I quickly took a listen. I fell in love with this tune! The original is very good, but this remix is amazing! This remix will give it serious radio time! Don't sleep on this one! Grab it here ASAP!

Adele - Someone Like You (Alex Dreamz & Jeff T Radio Remix)

For more DJ Alex Dreamz | Jeff T

Monday, August 29, 2011

Shuffle Like This

DJ A-Jamz finished his newest mixtape just a few days ago. It was a nice change to listen to this mix, because it isn't a traditional "top-40" mixtape. It includes a lot of electronic music that you won't ever hear on the radio. Check it out!

DJ A-Jamz - Shuffle Like This Mixtape

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DJ Zimmie emailed me about a week ago his newest mixtape entitled -Headnod-. It contains all some of his favorite songs that needed to be put in one mix. He even suggests you take some aleve if your nod that head too hard. A ton of real hip-hop here! Enjoy!

Friday, August 26, 2011

Ice Cubes In Pool Parties

The homie DJ Gigahurtz is finally ready to release his -Ice Cubes In Pool Parties- mixtape. This mixtape was created to help you all end your summers the right way! You can dance your way out in the highest fashion. Gigahurtz keeps the energy high all the way through. This is a mixtape not to be missed! I know you'll enjoy!

DJ Gigahurtz - Ice Cubes In Pool Parties Mixtape

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Robot Ears Mixtape Vol 3

My favorite DJ, Risk One, is back with his latest mixtape. -Robot Ears 3- it is, and since it is his birthday coming up, he has combined it with his -Born Day- collection. Last week, I ran into him at Slide SF, and he forgot to tell me he was dropping this mixtape. Regardless, it's a dope mixtape destined to get to dancing. He is precise with his transitions, track selection, and even his artwork. My favorite DJ is a pro. Grab this mixtape ASAP!

DJ Risk One - Robot Ears Mixtape (Vol. 3) Born Day Edition

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

GHz August Mini Mix & Upcoming Mix

DJ Gigahurtz has released a second mini mix in as many months. However, besides the mini mix that I have inserted at the bottom, Gigahurtz has a huge mixtape dropping Friday! This is one that should not be missed! I have heard and seen what is on it, and let me tell you... IT'S BIG! Be sure to grab this mini mix below and come back Friday for a mixtape that will end your summer the right way!

DJ Gigahurtz - GHz- Mini Mix August 2011

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Friday, August 19, 2011

White Panda Interview

Back at the end of April, I was able to interview the White Panda. This was actually one of the funner ones I've ever done. Before they played at Fordham University, I got to meet up with them just minutes before they went on. If you have never heard White Panda's music before, then odds are you've never heard some of the best mashups around. They have taken the scene by storm, touring throughout the country and selling out venus. They have a huge following right now, and it doesn't look to appear like it's slowing down. During that same show they previewed mashups that are barely coming out now! Be sure and check out there show sometime, because the energy that goes into them are insane. Now check out their story! Enjoy!

Spartytunes: Where did the name "White Panda" come from?

Tom: We really didn't have any aspirations as to where this could go. We didn't think it would turn into what it did. So we shot some names back and forth; Dan said White Panda, and I thought it was catchy and everybody loves pandas, so ya.

Spartytunes: What advice do you have for young and aspiring artists?

Tom: Do it if you like it, but don't do it if your just trying to make it, or make money. We started because it was fun, and we got very lucky!

Spartytunes: Is there anyone that you guys look up to? Like Girl Talk?

Dan: I definitely respect him. He's been a pioneer in this latest trend of mashing up. I think we are influenced by a certain degree. Pretty Lights, Skrillex... people that are able to create their own sound and an original spin on music

Spartytunes: How did you guys meet?

Tom: We actually met in the second grade. We went to school together up through highschool.

Spartytunes: What does all this "hype" mean to you guys? How does it all feel?

Tom: Its surreal. My favorite part is when something new happens. It does get repetitive but I remember the first time our track was on Hypem, the first time it was on the radio, the first time it was on at a bar ,when we got to meet someone huge, the first time we sold out a hard ticket event. Were going to keep pushing for it....

Spartytunes: I know you just released -Pandamonium-, but when is the next album?

Tom: No ETA, Not even on our radar!
Dan: Not for a while, we have some remixes, original production in the pipeline, but no new mashup album anytime soon.

Spartytunes: I have to ask, how many pairs of panda masks do you guys have?

Tom: 20 just in my closet.

Spartytunes: What's been your favorite place, venue or city to play at?

Dan: Boston, Canada has always a fun time.
Tom: It's hard to pick just one.

Spartytunes: My favorite tracks to date have been: "Escape Day N' Nite", "Hate Dynamite", "Money To Divide", and recently "Shake It To Me". What are some of yours?

Tom: "Infinite Dream", "Hypnotic Echo" It was one of first I ever did and it made the first album. And "Drake & Diane".
Dan: "Stereo Hands" has been my recent favorite. "What You Know About Little Secrets" has a soft spot in my heart. It was our first song that got on Hypem

Spartytunes: Who picks what goes on the albums?

Dan: We both do. When it's time to drop an album we have a lot of concepts in our minds. We see what we can do with them. It's a month full of trying and then we pick.

Spartytunes: Have you guys ever remixed a song rather mashed one up?

Tom: We are starting to work on some now.
Dan: We still will work on mashups. That is how are fanbase was created. In no way will we stop mashing, but yes remixes are in the works. We are starting to talk with other artists as well.

Spartytunes: How many samples do you go through before you put a track together?

Dan: Depends, sometimes we like a beat on the first time or an acapella, but sometimes it can take hours.

Spartytunes: Any last words?

Tom: We appreciate the Spartytunes support!
Dan: We made a point to get this interview done, because you definitely were one of those who caught on from the beginning!

For More White Panda: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Skam Artist's own DJ Homicide, who put out one of the best mixtapes of the year a few months ago, is back with a special video. It features some pretty wild nights out, cameo scenes with the Far East Movement, Nas, DJ Chuckie, Red Foo and many more. Even Sky Blu & Goon Rock hop in the production. An ill video all around. This video is preparing for DJ Homicide's upcoming album. Video and music credits go to Dante Santiago and Anthony Chirco. Go in!

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Euro Flaver Pt. 2

I have more music from Europeans. This includes R3hab's latest remix. He has been on fire with these, given tunes awesome sounds with some wicked kicks! David Guetta teams up with Afrojack to provide the second single off his upcoming album. Lastly, one of my favorite European producers Julien Creance is back with an old favorite song and remixes it! Enjoy!

Julien Creance

Gloria Estefan - Wepa (R3hab Remix)

David Guetta & Afrojack - Lunar

Eric Prydz - Call On Me (Julien Creance Remix)

For more R3hab | David Guetta | Afrojack | Julien Creance

Awooga The Roof Shots

Awooga seems to be gaining popularity the longer its out, and I'm really digging it. It is a tune I've always loved, and DJ Exodus has used it in one of his edits. In fact, he has more than just that one edit he is giving us today. Grab these weapons here!

Pauly D & DJ Exodus

Calvin Harris, LMFAO - Awooga The Roof Shots (DJ Exodus Mashup) (Dirty)

Kreayshawn, TI, Swizz Beats - Swing Your Gucci Gucci (DJ Exodus Transition) (Clean)

Kreayshawn, TI, Swizz Beats - Swing Your Gucci Gucci (DJ Exodus Transition) (Dirty)

Pitbull - Give Me Everything Super Segway (DJ Exodus Mashup) (Clean)

Pitbull - Give Me Everything Super Segway (DJ Exodus Mashup) (Dirty)

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Aussie Flaver

For my last post of today, I decided to keep it all Australian. In this one we have Dixie, Bombs Away, and Tom Piper, with an awesome American side of DJ Riddler. These remixes give these original tunes a a whole new flaver. Grab these ASAP!

LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem (Dixie Moar Shuffle Bootleg)

LMFAO - I'm In Miami Bitch (Bombs Away & Dixie Remix)

Calvin Harris - Feel So Close (Bombs Away Remix)

New Boyz - Better With The Lights Off Ft. Chris Brown (Tom Piper & Riddler Remix)

For more Dixie | Bombs Away | Tom Piper | DJ Riddler

American Flaver

For our third post of today, I decided to keep in mostly made in the U.S.A. minus the Dizzee Rascal and Neon Hitch, but it's still remixed by an American. Here is a lot of great remixes I think need to posted. If you don't believe me then give them a listen! I promise they're worth your while. Enjoy!

Big Sean - Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay Ft. Kanye West & Rosco Dash (DJ Geometrix Remix)

Rae - Lucky Star (Digitune Remix)

Gorilla Zoe - Twisted Ft. Lil Jon (Dancefloor Junkies Remix)

Neon Hitch - Bad Dog (Gigamesh Remix)

DJ Fergie Ferg - Bonkers Streisand

For more DJ Geometrix | Digitune | Dancefloor Junkies | Gigamesh | DJ Fergie Ferg

Dev Came To Smash

Here is our next post of today. It's a post filled with all tunes of Dev. She has been no doubt doing her thing the past year, and that's why so many good producers and remixers have chosen to work with her on so many songs. Check these works!

Dev - In The Dark (It's The Kue Remix!)

Dev - In The Dark (Benzi & DStar Remix)

Martin Solveig - We Came To Smash Ft. Dev (Codes & Tommie Sunshine Remix)

For More Dev | DJ Kue | DJ Benzi | DJ Dstar | Tommie Sunshine | Codes

Euro Flaver

I have a ton of music for you all today so I'm going to break them up in a couple posts! Here we have an upcoming single off David Guetta's album, a David Guetta mashup, and a new tune from Nervo. Be sure to check back right after this post for more music!


David Guetta - I Can Only Imagine Ft. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne

David Guetta - Love Is Gone Ft. Calvin Harris (DJ Smerk Mashup)

Nervo - We're All No One (Nervo Goes To Paris Remix Teaser)

For more David Guetta | DJ Smerk | Nervo

Monday, August 8, 2011

Around The World Mixtape

DJ Dainjazone and DJ Kronic just released an awesome mixtape a couple days ago. Dainjazone, one the the Party Rock dj's and part of DJ City, combined with DJ Kronic, an Aussie whos previous work and mixtapes I am very familiar with. This is a dope mixtape, so be sure and grab it!

DJ Dainjazone + DJ Kronic - Around The World Mixtape (Party Rock + Loud Noises)

For more DJ Dainjazone | DJ Kronic