Posts Tagged ‘ghetto house’

April 6, 2018

What’s that Pringles jingle? “Once you pop, you can’t stop”? Well, the same can be said of BIJOU’s new jam, also named Pringles. Once you get a taste of the guttural pounding, visceral jouncing G-house erupting from this track, you’ll be hooked. Pringles features deep booming hip hop vocals by Devonyea Marcel. The Phoenix producer hypnotizes and exhilarates with his deliciously pounding assault on our ears, which transfers into electrifying rumbles in our chests. Stream/download Pringles, here.

May 7, 2016

TLC hits will forever hold a special place in my heart. Those songs soundtracked some very memorable moments back in the 90′s. during some very formative years. Los Angeles production wizard DR FRESCH revisits TLC on his latest release, a track named No Love. This TLC is revved up, a high energy club spectacular that incorporates bouncy house and edgy trap. The stabbing banger is a frenzy of an invigorating dance track and the perfect lead in to weekend festivities. The producer explains this his goal was to take elements of 90′s hip hop and R&B and place them within the context of his “future ghetto” style. He chose to sample TLC’s No Scrubs since it’s such a true representation of 90′s R&B culture. This melding of past and future gives us a very innovative and imaginative take on R&B, one that injects me with rampant energy. DR FRESCH’s No Love is a free download, here.

February 3, 2016

The New Order is an epic, star studded affair that premiered on This Song Is Sick earlier today. The slamming track is a three way collaboration involving Los Angeles’ SNBRN and Dr. Fresch as well as Toronto’s Shaun Frank. While we’re normally used to SNBRN associated tracks radiating sunshine and blue skies, he takes a dark turn with his friends on this remix. Together, they’ve fused g-house, deep bass, and future house into one massive, sinister smash. There’s even occasional drum and bass rolls and acidic tech metallurgy to The New Order’s kicks. This IS a “new order”, a new order and high bar set for banging dance tracks! Download The New Order for free, here.

February 3, 2016

Sean Glass dropped some spectacular remixes, his very first, in 2015, including edits of Robert Delong’s Long Way Down and Flight Facilities’ Down To Earth. They were a grand entrance for the New York based producer. I’ve been eagerly awaiting new Sean Glass since. Finally, after over eight months of production silence, Sean’s back, and not with a remix, but a wicked original. Sean teams up with fellow New Yorker Jay xero for a future and deep house extravaganza named We’re All Friends, one perfect for those Friday night hangs out on the town. The addictive, infectious electronic track carries shades of Slaptop funk alongside shifty, ZHU like vocals by Rochee. I have the sudden urge to call up some friends, get in my car, and cruise the city, bumping We’re All Friends with the windows down. Stream We’re All Friends on Spotify above or Soundcloud below.

January 9, 2016

There’s certainly some hot electronica cooking down in Southern California these days. Los Angeles’ Templeton inspires us to go harder tonight than we did last night and really work it with a slamming g-house remix of Richard by Julius Jetson and P.Keys. The rousing track pits some acid house with loads of UK garage, giving us a ZHU meets Soulwax sort of vibe that has my skin crawling with sinister joy. Free download of the wicked track, here.

October 29, 2015

Tell me this isn’t the most catchy and jovial remix you’ve listened to all month long. As always, there’s something about cheerful, contagious whistling that adds a new blanket of infectiousness to any tune, but this time, the whistling comes alongside as part of a bouncing remix of Snoop Dogg classic, Drop It Like Its Hot. At the helm of this irresistible deep house jam is Brooklyn duo The Golden Pony. They explain that the beat of the track originally came from a remix the two did for Hillary Duff’s Sparks. After creating an instrumental version of the song which they utilize in their sets, they laid a Snoop acapella on top and music magic happened. Free download, here.

August 5, 2015

Los Angeles’ Ghastly is known to bring some crazy, bombastic bass on his earth shaking music, and he delivers in spades on explosively wild new track Lil Trick. It’s a filthy, dirty, gratifying bass house banger that hyper bounces with infinite vigor. Future house, G-house, and a twisted, frisky funk join in on the dizzying party. The frenetic track is a free download, here.

April 16, 2015


It’s been some months since we’ve heard a new track from San Francisco based producer Slaptop, and I’ve been sorely missing his fresh approach on electronic music. That hole in my heart is filled today with a wicked new remix. Slaptop transforms New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap’s popular hit Trap Queen into a slick G-house meets deep house jam. The track carries plenty of Slaptop’s murky, warm atmosphere and intoxicating, woozy synths. Oozing sensual allure and sporting gritty, raw beats, the lavish edit is the perfect jam for the coming weekend. I’ll be bumping this track, rooting for my Warriors in the playoffs, and twirling around in bliss.

March 18, 2015

It’s time for some of that red hot G-house and deep bass that has been thriving in the scene of late. Dr. Fresch knows how to lay it down when it comes to dropping thrilling tracks in that hip hop meets house category, blended with hints of future. On new single Walk That Talk, he even enlists New York’s Thewz on some wicked verses. I love how the track bounces with ominous, suspenseful snares and an irresistible beat.

February 26, 2015

So it’s only been over a month since I found out about 23 year old producer ANGELZ, via his prior remix of Mac Miller and Pharrell’s Onaroll. It blew me away so much that I sat there listening through his prior tracks and I “hearted” each and every one of them on Soundcloud. Fast forward to today, and ANGELZ, who used to ghost produce for the likes of 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, Pharrell, and many others, has dropped a fresh track full of that intense fire of his. This time, he’s flipped Lupe Fiasco and Jill Scott’s 2006 collaboration Daydreamin, giving it his exhilarating infusion blend of hip hop, house, garage, deep house, and future house. Dark, edgy, and thoroughly entrancing, it’s a splendidly dirty and epic banger to add to his growing list of sensational hybrid offerings.