Jul 30, 2014
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Posts tagged: trap

Mixtape Mondays: Federation Sound, Ackeejuice Rockers x Top DJ, DJ Trends

Words by Deejay Theory

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The summer flow continues at Mixtape Mondays with heavy new tapes from the merciless to the mellow. Raw dancehall and heavy bass meet breezy remixes from NYC to Italy to the beach and back again. Run chune below.

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Mixtape Mondays: Jahdan Blakkamoore, Bass Odyssey x Buju Banton, Tribe of Kings x Mighty Mystic

Words by Deejay Theory —

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Another week at hand at Mixtape Mondays with more new and timeless music to share. Some insane dubplates this round from one of the pioneering soundystsems in reggae and dancehall history, plus more original music from some big voices in modern roots and beyond. Check the vibes below

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Mixtape Mondays: Dubbel Dutch, Jus’ Now, So Shifty, Tropkillaz

Words by Deejay Theory 

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Some mammoth tropical explosions on deck this week at Mixtape Mondays with big energy, bass and vibes bussing from every corner. Summer going up! up! up!

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LargeUp Premiere: Chedda’s “Pull It Up”

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Chedda, whose Supercat- and Ninjaman-referencing “Original Don” premiered here earlier this year, has hooked up once more with producer The Wizard for a tune bridging dancehall’s future with its past.

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Mixtape Mondays: Faction Sound Crew, Kalibandulu, Broken Silence Sound

Words by Deejay Theory —

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Mixtape Mondays returns this week with an assortment of goods from the tropics. A global affair as always combining dancehall, reggae and much more from some top sounds. Dig in below.

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Audio: Punky Donch “Balang Beng” (Fellow remix)

Words by Deejay Theory —

Fellow-Press3Some badd Arubian bass right here to help welcome the warmer climates on deck. Roots/rock reggae group Punky Donch get the trap and bass treatment from a silent killer in the global bass domain, the one they call Fellow. I’ve been a fan of Fellow’s tunes for a minute — originally hipped by that dude Jillionaire — for always flipping tropical sounds in new ways armed and ready for the club or festival. Cutting no shorts on this official remix he takes the original laid back island vibe of “Balang Beng” and transforms it into this 808 stomper flown in on a PJ straight from Aruba. Highly recommend copping that download below while it’s still hot.

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