Dada Life, Bassjackers, Bingo Players, and Clockwork Rollin’ Out the Edits

Everything in the electronic music world is increasing at an exponential rate. New artists are being discovered everyday and with new festivals popping up everywhere (EDCNYC and Snowmont) it has become almost impossible to keep on top of the music world. With all of this influx of talent our track selection has become somewhat saturated with many gems slipping past our watchful eyes. Within that, the edits and bootlegs that producers are making for their live sets are almost never captured for your everyday listening pleasure. Today, I have selected four tracks that you most likely have not heard, but would fit perfect in any of your live sets or pregame mixes.

First up is the newest Guerilla Fart produced by the guys from Dada Land. This series has featured some of their best mashups and edits fusing the song’s classical roots into the infamous sausage fattener! Can’t wait to see them drop this at Snowball next weekend.

Mylo – Drop The Pressure (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #14)

Bassjackers gets extremely dirty with this monster mashup using Kaskade’s amazing build up techniques followed by an unbelievable drop into Nicky Romero’s Toulouse. This track is sure to get girls dancing  no matter the situation.

Kaskade vs. Nicky Romero – Turn It On To Louse (Bassjackers Edit)

Yes I know that I post at least one Bingo Player track a week it seems, but can you blame me. Not only are they producing some of the best original tracks including Rattle and L’Armour, there remixes and bootlegs are in a class all alone. Play this track loud and tell me you aren’t bouncing around your crib by the end of it!

The Prodigy – Everybody In The Place (Bingo Players Bootleg)

This next rising star has been on a tear lately with plenty of releases while traveling from coast to coast including a recent stop with our friends up in Vermont. His recent mashup with Hardwell and the Gorillaz exhibits his incredible talent and why he is now signed to Dim Mak records.

Hardwell vs. Gorillaz – Feel Good Spaceman (Clockwork Edit)