Back with another edition of In the Mix, where we spotlight new dance tracks and mixes from local producers and DJs. This week with a couple fresh remixes from some familiar faces in Denver's dance music scene, along with a couple grimy originals, one from Roots Mass, a member of the Mile High Sound Movement crew out of Fort Collins, and one from Lotus Drops, a Sub.mission resident and dubstep diva we're totally excited about. Continue on to get the drop.
Mikey Thunder - "Just a Friend" (remix) We always love a good remix, and Mikey Thunder comes correct with this updated take on Biz Markie's late-'80s comedic classic about relationships. Mikey Thunder can pretty much do no wrong when it comes to style, and it's hard not to appreciate anything he lays his hands, particularly when hip-hop is involved. So this "Just a Friend" touch-up really just whets the appetite of what's to come this year.
Lotus Drops - "We Out Here" feat. Cloud-D Lotus Drops, a Sub.mission resident, brings a heavy, dark track that allows for some of Cloud-D's production to shine through in between the grime. Having played shows all around town, Lotus Drops proves that if the gloves need to come off, she can hold her own on the decks. It will be exciting to see what else she puts out, and where else she appears.
James Egbert - "Naughty Boy Feat. Sam Smith - La La La" (remix) Why James Egbert is releasing everything through SoundCloud and not some major label is beyond us, but his latest remix just proves he's got something much bigger in the mix for the coming year. Egbert, who has graced the stage at Global Dance Festival, plus numerous other EDM-centric events around Colorado and beyond, is certainly making a name for himself in the EDM world outside of Denver.
Root Mass - "Coaxial" Staking his claim as part of the Mile High Sound Movement, Root Mass, based out of Fort Collins, fits perfectly within that family. His production is complex in the tempos, and while it feels a bit forced in the production, that only leaves room to hone his style as he progresses. "Coaxial" is a bit jumbled up, but when you see the forest through the trees, you realize how much is going into the track, as well as everything off his latest effort Street Ritual.
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