House Music, It's La Cosa Nostra


David Berrie Hits the Charts

It’s a huge day for the New York City House Scene, as NYC Legend, dGi artist, and supporter of B10 David Berrie has charted on Beatport for the first time. His Tech-House EP, Aztek/Underslang, demonstrates the house purist’s venture into a darker, more Ibizesque style, a genuine rebuttal to the poppy-dance-music wave that has permeated the mainstream.

Both of the tracks are available for streaming in pristine 320 kbps below. David is no stranger to Since our inception he has been providing us with free bootlegs and remixes for our listening pleasure. Now he needs us to show him love back.

Support the homie’s release by picking it up on Beatport HERE!

1)Aztek (Original Mix)-David Berrie

2) Underslang (Original Mix)-David Berrie 



Rolling in the Deep

Rolling In The Deep. It’s a total jam. Combine it with that infectious, never-gets-old, synth hook from Show Me Love, and you have a winner.

1) Show Me In The Deep (DJs from Mars Classic Club Bootleg)-Adele vs. Robin S ***FUEGO***

This is one of those brand new “secret weapons” I’ve been busting out in my DJ sets, but I pride myself on 100% transparency with you guys so it just wouldn’t be right to withhold it. It’s a complete track. Wait til you hit the random dubstep break in the middle and you’ll agree with me wholeheartedly.


Masta Blasta

BHHS seems to be a breeding ground for DJs these days, with David Dann, Dillon Francis, Skeet Skeet, and 310Electro’s own S.Co all claiming it as a former alma mater.

Dillon’s emerged as one of the founding fathers and key perpetuators of the Moombahton movement, and his latest single brings the thunder.

1)Masta Blasta (Original Mix)-Dillon Francis **Dumb Hot**

Love it or hate it, this Moombahton movement is gaining serious clout. With Laidback Luke and Skrillex perpetuating it, and Swedish House Mafia opening up Masquerade with a Moombahton track, it cannot be ignored. Get with it.


Don’t Go

Tune Brothers’ new LP kills it. Grab the release here.

Here’s my favorite track.

1)Don’t Go (Original Mix)-Tune Brothers *Hot*

Straight up House-Music, straddling the line nicely between electro-house and tech-house. Gotta love it.


I Whip My Hair Back and Forth

Top 40 Dutch House Remix for the Weekend.

1) Whip My Hair (Dustindl & Loues Carmelo Remix)-Willow Smith

I was never a fan of the original but I would play this out.


Get Familiar: Swerve

Swerve. 16 Year-Old Essex-based producer. On the verge of world domination.

I happened upon one of his tracks during Kissy Sell-Out’s radio show. It was a remix of “Gold Dust”. Now, Gold Dust is obviously a Drum & Bass track, and the most famous remix for it, as you can imagine, is the Flux Pavilion Remix, a Dubstep Remix. For you non-DJs that makes sense because Drum & Bass is generally 140 BPM and Dubstep is usually 70 BPM, so you can overlay them very easily.

1)Gold Dust (Swerve Remix)-DJ Fresh ***FUEGO***

Swerve is not content with the easy way out. What he creates is an Electro-House masterpiece with an exorbitant amount of bounce that utilizes the contagious lyrics of the original perfectly, including some very tight sampling at the beginning.

Can’t get enough of Swerve? Check out his SIIIICK “I Remember” Remix below, and be one of the first people to like him on Facebook so you can brag to all your friends once he blows up!


Summer Special: 4 Amazing Mixes, One Post.

Summer is upon us, and with it comes an abundance of time for extended music-listening sessions. Be it laying down on the beach, commuting to an exotic weekend locale, relaxing, or partying, add these 4 mixes, each unique and spectacular in their own regard, to your summer rotation.

The first two come from to personal friends of mine. The second two come from remarkable up-and-coming European producers.

1)Not To Be Mistaken for Vodka-EEKO

EEKO, DJ and Dancing Astronaut extraordinaire, absolutely brings it with this mix. Put this on at your pregame or party and have every single demographic pleased. He opens with the tongue-in-cheek pop banger, and proceeds to demolish it with a plethora of dutch, progressive, and electro-house masterpieces. Perhaps the most impressive part, besides the inclusion of some of his own bootlegs, are the incredibly seamless transitions that keep the mix flowing smoother than a Vodka Tonic with lime. Follow EEKO on Twitter and hit him up on his Facebook to give him props.

2) May 2011 Promo Mix-Jay Costa

After hearing this mix I had to pause and ask myself if Jay Costa is half-Swedish. Heritage notwithstanding, Costa brings it with a slew of massive tracks that would sound right at home within the set of an Ultra Main-Stage Headliner. This mix should be called Big Tunes 101. Cue this up at the peak hour of your party and watch people go HAM.  I shit you not I’ve listened to if 4 times already and every time I like it more and more. Hit Jay up on his Twitter or his Facebook and show love for blessing your ears with this bad-boy.

3) Tony Senghore DJ Mix 16-Tony Senghore

Is Hard Electro more of your thing? You’re going to love this one then. Tony Senghore, who happens to hail from, funny enough, Sweden, Attacks the mix with reckless abandon, and dark sounds aplenty. This is for that blackout, sweaty, party when things start getting really weird and you need a mix that thoroughly represents how schwasted everyone is.

4) TrailerTrash 7th Birthday Mix-Gesaffelstein (Mediafire Link)

Gesaffelstein’s sound makes Tony Senghore’s sound seem as dark as an albino. An eerily beautiful 36 minute symphony of Techno, Acid-House, and Electro awaits you upon playing this mix. Listen at your own risk.


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