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THE NEW DIRTY FRENCHMAN MIX: THERE WILL BE FUCK   4 comments

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LISTEN TO THERE WILL BE FUCK:

THIS ONE IS BIG FOLKS!

The most ambitious, epic, perverted mix yet from Europe’s shame: The Dirty Frenchman.

Here are the tracks:

Mumdance & Brodinski – Eurostarr (Zombie Disco Squad Remix)

Miike Snow– Black & Blue & Enemies (Tiga Remix – Poirier Refix)

Oh Snap!! – Bill Cosby Sweater (Kazey & Bulldog Remix)

Malente & Dex Ft. New Kids – Lions (Douster Remix)

Yolanda Be Cool – Afro Nuts (Douster Remix)

Zombies For Money – Sacanagem

Jusa – African Air Horn Dance

Congorock – Hybro

Major Lazer Ft. Vybz Kartel – Pon De Floor

Dizzee Rascal & Armand Van Helden – Bonkers (Club Mix)

Metronomy – Radio Ladio (Radioclit Swedish Remix)

Amadou & Miriam – Sabali (Uproot Andy Remix)

Douster – King of Africa

Ghislain Poirier Ft. MC Zulu – Go Ballistic (Toddla T & Duckbeats Remix)

Zombies For Money – Numbra One

Silverlink Ft. Badness & Jammer – The Message is Love (Mumdance Remix)

Timberlee – Gunny Gunny (Schlachthofbronx Remix)

Tom Stephan – Turn That Shit Up (Diplo Remix)

Schlachthofbronx – Holdin’ That Dick

Jamtech Foundation Ft. Voltage – Park the 9

Jahdan Blakkamoore – Go Round Payola (Matt Shadetek Bye Haters Rmx)

Ward 21 – Bang Bang

Alcides – Violeta (El Remolon Remix)

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SONG OF THE DAY: MAKONGO – MAKONGO or ANGOLAN KUNG FU? (WE’RE IGNORANT!)   1 comment

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Makongo – Makongo (zshare)

It’s Friday and your mom suggested you listen to more kuduro, southern style hip hop and dubstep. Well, just between us and you, there is a way you can get all three into your ears just in time to make your mom happy for Father’s Day. Presenting: Makongo. They mix up a bunch of shit like Buraka Som Sistema (one of the chicks is actualy ex-Buraka) but use kuduro as a base. They have an album out now called Angolan Kung Fu. Plan B is known to have described this song as a cross between The Dream and kuduro.  It’s a good track to play in a set you want to be varied because it vacillates between the speed of kuduro and dubstep/southern hip hop. Plus the The Dream-like singing and the horns give it this epic feel like you’re on a mothafuckin boat! This more accessible kuduro is probably explained by the fact that these cats operate out of Lisbon now. This is kuduro that a dj can actually mix properly (it obeys conventional song structure!). Sometimes even Buraka can do zany shit at weird times that just throw you off.  Here’s the video (yeah they look like they are part of the Dark Side):

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