Posted by Scott Willats
Wow — feels like we haven’t had a Sweets for quite some time. First there was the whole Coachella thing, and then last week was a bit of a write-off. Time to get back into it! I’ve got a lot to catch up on, but only the newest for you. Leh-go!
Start off with a heater. Designer Drugs have been informating us for quite some time, via Twitter and Facebook, that PLS DNT STP drop some of the hardest tunez out there. So what could be better than PLS DNT STP dropping an original remix over one of DD’s bangers. This track is an anthem!
Blood Music‘s LeBreton is back at it again with his new EP Steam. Only two tracks but both of them are fresh to death. Steam chains you up in that Blood Music dungeon with maxed-out bass and a classic clap that will gnaw away at your soul. You know, in a good way. Pick it up!
Deadmau5 seems to be finding his rhythm. It have something to do with the fact that his condo is finally finished and he’s officially moved into a place that contains not only a state-of-the-art studio, but also thousands of stuffed mice. Whatever it is, the music seems to be getting better and better. This is spankin’ new and hot hot hot. Enjoy!
Shout out to thissongissick.com for releasing this ultra-exclusive new Jack Beats remix of Flux Pavilion‘s “Daydream.” Two huge names, one incredible sound.
The M Machine dropped their new EP, Metropolis, earlier this week, and they remain, as ever, blog darlings. The first track has my immediate attention — and now, with any luck, yours too.
Judging by the SoundCloud upload date, it would appear that I’m quite tardy on this one. But what the hey — I love a good deep club sound. Maya Jane Coles goes completely old school Chicago on this one, giving me a warm feeling in my special places.
Lets get ravey! You know what that means: Skream up in a di mix, zee mi now! Shout out to Theophilus London for providing the material to re-work.
Flosstradamus seem to be having a moment just now. I know that sounds outrageous to some, as they’ve been dropping bangers for a while. But it does appear that a wider public is now embracing the duo from the Windy City, and that’s nothing but good news for Floss fans everywhere.
And how dare I even dream of making a “Sweets” without dropping the newest Killa Killa sounds.
But where’s the Progressive house? you say. Why, right here: the newest from Michael Brun & Special Features. Big room all day!
Finalement, a brand new 50-minute mix from our favourite Frenchman, Gesaffelstein. This might sound a little off-the-wall to those of you more used to traditional EDM, but variety is the spice of life, n’est-ce pas?