Lazy Sundays 55: Halloween 2014 Playlist
Trick or treat! The 55th installment of Lazy Sundays is a special Halloween 2014 playlist! Tune in to 10 hand-picked favorites, ranging from a recent Hot Since 82 live mix to an old Michael Jackson favorite for Halloween!
Lazy Sundays 55: Halloween 2014 Playlist
deadmau5 – I Remember (Shiba San Remix) [Mau5trap/Virgin EMI] **Pete Tong Exclusive**
Shiba San is the dude. Everything he touches turns to gold. Shiba San completely reimagined the infamous “I Remember” from deadmau5 and Kaskade. This ballsy deep house approach is ON POINT! You can find this remix on deadmau5’s retrospective greatest hits album ‘5 Years of Mau5,’ set to drop on November 24th through Mau5trap/ Virgin EMI.
The Martinez Brothers – Do That Two (Yes Baby) [Cuttin Headz] **Boiler Room Debuts**
The Martinez Brothers are here with the debut release from their new imprint, Cuttin Headz. “Do That Two (Yes Baby)” is the Martinez Brothers at their finest. They were definitely cooking this up in the studio in order to have a proper imprint release.
Hot Since 82 – DJsounds Show 2014
Deep house maestro Hot Since 82 stopped by the DJsounds Show for a vital lesson in House music, from the ephemeral to the sleazy across CDJ-2000s, DJM-900 and RMX-1000. This is by far the BEST guest mix for the DJsounds Show of 2014. Be sure to hit up the tracklist below.
01. Ellen Allien – Freak The Night
02. Nathan Barato feat. Room 303 – Every Time I See You
03. Mario Aureo – Bring it here (DJ Le Roi Remix)
04. ID – ID
05. Julien Sandre – Diamonds (Franck Roger Remix)
06. ID – ID
07. Detlef – Rolling stoned
08. Traumer – Hoodlum
09. DJ Le Roi – Free Your Mind
10. ID – ID
Trus’me – I Want You (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) [Prime Numbers]
“…you know I want the love that’s deep inside of you.” Alan Fitzpatrick’s remix of “I Want You” has to be in my top 5 remixes of all-time. This remix is in almost EVERY podcast or live set that I’ve listened to over the past few weeks. Get up on this.
Old School Trick: deadmau5 – Classic Mixmag Cover CD (February 2008)
To celebrate their 30th birthday, Mixmag recently uploaded some of their most legendary cover CDs. Rightfully so, deadmau5’s cover CD from February 2008 (yeah I know right!?) was uploaded for the special occasion.
It’s a rare chance to hear deadmau5 in the mix (excluding his recent showcases that revolve around his love for techno). Deadmau5 has picked up a loyal army of haters in recent years, but this cover CD mix will school those who easily forget or are unaware of Joel’s early prominence.
This cover CD mix was delivered shortly after deadmau5 scored 10 Beatport number ones in a year. Be sure to hit up the tracklist below.
01.Aural Distortion – Plasma (Peter Dildo Remix)
02.Glenn Morrison – Circles
03.Pryda – Muranyi
04.Dennis Ferrer – Son Of Raw (Loco Dice Remix)
05.Glenn Morrison – Contact
06.Glenn Morrison – No Sudden Moves
07.Deadmau5 – Not Exactly
08.Deadmau5 – Faxing Berlin
09.Deadmau5 – Complications
10.Mark Knight & D.Ramirez – System
11.Deadmau5 – Arguru
12.Shlomi Aber – Freakside
13.Joris Voorn – Decay
14.Afternoon Coffee Bugs – My Drunk Foot
15.Peace Division – Voodoo (It’s In The Wall)
Sirus Hood – Booty Noize [CUFF]
“If you got a big booty, make some noise.” Sirus Hood has been on fire as of late, dropping the freshest G-house productions in the scene. I highly recommend checking out Sirus Hood’s “Welcome To The Hood” EP. The vocal samples used for each of the four tracks are a breath of fresh air.
Metodi Hristov – Assuming Control [Gruuv]
I see you out here, Metodi Hristov. Hristov recently dropped his four-track “Assuming Control” EP on Gruuv, and “Assuming Control” is easily the most stellar new production from Metodi. I’ve been about Metodi Hristov’s productions for a while now, and “Assuming Control” is a vital lesson in proper tech house.
Sergio Fernandez – Into The Deep [Blackflag Recordings]
Sergio Fernandez dropped “Into The Deep” on Blackflag Recordings back in July, but the tech house single also found it’s way on the “Toolroom Live 01” album in September. Toolroom knew what they were getting themselves into when they hand-picked “Into The Deep” for their special compilation. This is one of Sergio Fernandez’s finest productions ever.
Breach – Let’s Get Hot [dirtybird]
The brain-child between “Jack,” UK producer Breach again set the world ablaze with “Let’s Get Hot”…..so much so that dirtybird don Claude VonStroke vividly recalls the exact play-by-play of adding the track to his beloved, forward-thinking label.
From the mouth of VonStroke: “I had dinner with Breach in London and he told me “Hey, I have a track that is really dirtybird. I would put it out but its really sounding right for you guys.” I took this with a grain of salt but then I heard “Let’s Get Hot” and I found out he was right. It’s got the swagger and the sound. It makes girls grind their asses into boys crotches on the dancefloor. Perfect. Signed.”
Old School Treat: Michael Jackson – Thriller
We wrap up this special Halloween 2014 playlist with the timeless Michael Jackson classic, “Thriller!” The track below appears to be a special mix between “Ghost” and “Thriller.” It’s super cool!
Below is the official music video for “Thriller.” I couldn’t imagine being given a more appropriate 13 minutes to describe the feeling that is Halloween. This video will survive the test of time, especially since it was years ahead of its time back when it was dropped in 1982.
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