Posts Tagged ‘Drumstep’

Thanks 2011 – Onward to 2012!

new year 2012 wishes

The New Halifax would just like to take some time to thank everyone who made 2011 such a great year!

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Laser Squid – Keep on Churning


Halifax native Laser Squid just sent over this track this week, and I thought it was about time to share this gem with the rest of the world.

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Pat Benetar – Love is a Battlefield (P-80 Drumstep Remix)


Local favorite, P-80, just released a free download that will bring tears to your eyes.

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Zeds Dead and The Killabits – Bassmentality (Figure Remix)


Bassmentality is an institution that has seen some of the biggest names  in Bass pass through its hallowed doors.  One of the best shows I have ever seen was when Figure hit the decks there this summer.  His new drumstep remix of Zeds Dead and The Killabits flagship track, Bassmentality is not to be trifled with.

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Sam Cooke – A Change (Elonious Remix)


Artists such as Sam Cooke have a timeless element to their musical stylings.  As time progresses, much like a fine wine, its value appreciates and develops a vintage feel.  Sam Cooke's vocals convey raw emotion rarely seen in today's music, so when I see a remix of a classic like A Change is Gonna Come, I have to stop and listen. 

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  • Song: AA Wallace – This Can Heal Song: AA Wallace – This Can Heal
    Halifax Disco/House producer AA Wallace recently uploaded a track that is a bit different than his regular stuff. It has a cool melancholic vibe to it. 
  • Interview: Splitmix 1 with Weska Interview: Splitmix 1 with Weska
    A new interview style, a fresh mix, and an unbelievably groovy new producer/DJ, Weska. 
  • Song: Bustah (Original Mix) // Charlie Darker Song: Bustah (Original Mix) // Charlie Darker
    Charlie Darker is at it again, apparently chasing Everest type heights with the growing mass of sonic energy that is his low-end. Bustah is truly as described, and clearly the upstart's not-so-friendly reminder to stay on top of his burgeoning career and the music that's fueled it. 
  • Video: Charlotte Day Wilson Video: Charlotte Day Wilson
    Toronto born, Halifax bound Charlotte Day Wilson appears in the public eye for the first time on the independent video webpage Southern Souls. It was, to say the least, pretty phenomenal.
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