This absolutely floor-filling banger “Swirling Skirt” coming to us from EDM artist Just a Kid could certainly be a new club hit. The catchy driving rhythms to a very danceable beat result in a truly infectious house tune. Check it out above and find more a slew of related free EDM tracks from a wide variety of artists in genres such as Chill Tropical, Deep House, Trap and more at EDM Lead.
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We also have another house floor-filler in the deep house groove “Funky Sh!t” by Deniz Wanazama. A sick and grimey bassline drop segues into more dance like melodies before returning to the something that would immediately fit into any night clubs / venues “deep cuts” section of the night. Check out their Soundcloud for a free download.
Today we’re highlighting a smooth, funky house beat from the artist and DJ, Jitterbug. This refreshing track while seemingly simplistic, emphasizes and accentuates the basics of house and funk music; A groovy, catchy beat combined here with a melodic piano roll/riff makes for a great and “new classic” house tune. Jitterbug is part of the Uzuri music group/collective, check out more from them below:
Continuing our deep house vibe comes deep-house, bass track “Doing It” by DJ duo Taiki & Nulight and bass producer AC Slater. All the right elements are present in this bass-house anthem; grimey bassline, spacey futuristic synths and a head-bobbingly infectious rhythm. Taiki & Nulight also produced, arguably one of the best remixes of one of my favorite songs, Above & Beyond’s “Sun & Moon” featuring Richard Bedford. Keeping the trance sound of the original and amplifying it with sick bass is the feat of this massive remix. You can check it out below, along with the Soundcloud of the British DJ duo.
This bootleg comes to us from moombahton focused DJ, Los XL. For this take on Big Sean’s “IDFWU” XL emphasizes a moombahton beat blending smoothly with the catchy and repeating sample (the “yeah-ee-yeah-ee-yeah!”) that Kanye West added to the original track (his sample is fleshed out at the end of the original song as a sort of outro, which was also produced by West). The result is a dance-able track that lives up to its “booty-bass” genre. Check out Los XL at his Facebook page where he has several other moombahton tracks and remixes.
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