Back with another edition of In the Mix, a feature in which we spotlight new dance tracks and mixes from local producers and DJs. This week, we've got a tech-and-trap mix from Andy Immerman and Geodesic of the Souls In Action crew, a Valentine's Day cut from Late Night Radio and a new track from RUMTUM. Continue on to get the drop.
Andy Immerman - "Time Capsule Mix #26" Andy Immerman recently dropped a great little mix featuring some other In the Mix artists, along with some new stuff. Keep an eye on Immerman as he climbs his way up the DJ scene, and check out the rest of his Time Capsule mixes through his Soundcloud page.
MNDR - "Feed Me Diamonds" (Geodesic remix) The original "Feed Me Diamonds" sounds like Little Dragon meets Grimes, but when Geodesic gets his hands on it, the track really gets you moving. The original layers are stripped away, and Geodesic adds a much more dancey feel to the somber track. The vocal distortions hit just right, and the trap-like feel of the song allows for a smooth drop at the appropriate time.
Late Night Radio - "Celebration" Alex Medellin dropped this sultry track on Valentine's day, and the mood on this track is straight seduction that will definitely appeal to fan's Gramatik's early endeavors in glitch and break. The vocal sample is perfect for the beat, and Medellin blends the two perfectly to create a contemporary jazzy feel.
RUMTUM - "Ruby Dime" Wasting no time getting into the beat, RUMTUM comes out swinging with a delightful melody. The track feels a little unfinished, but it's still a great track worth seeking out. Note the bong hit around the 1:50 mark, and perhaps chill yourself out while you're relaxing to this melody.
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