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Diplo plays “Ratchet Gas” on his “Diplo & Friends” show on BBC Radio extra.

#STOKED  Not sure if my peeps heard. But Diplo dropped “Ratchet Gas” by this last episode of Diplo & Friends on BBC 1xtra. You can stream the Video of them in the studio here
Alvaro – Nafz
GTA & Diplo – Boy Oh Boy
DJ Zeong – Gorilla Bass
Major Lazer – Gal Bruk (feat. Zedd’s Dead)
2 Chainz – I’m Different
French Montana – Freaks (feat. Nicki Minaj) [Bad Boy]
Busy Signal – Freaks Freestyle
DJ Orion – Pa Ke Te Calles
Pickster & Riot Earp – Ratchet Gas
Baauer X Notorious B.I.G – Slip (TWERK Edit)
DJ Snake – Crow Machine
Major Lazer – Bubble Butt (feat. Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic)
DJ Danny Diggz – Pour It Up (Diggz Vs Donk Vs Swimming Pools)
12th Planet & Mayhem – Murdaa
Lil Wayne – A Milli (Filthy Disco Remix)
Zebrakatz & Njena Reddd Foxxx – Imma Read (Remix) (feat. Busta Rhymes)
Disclosure – White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge) [PMR]
Daft Punk – Get Lucky [TC Bootleg]
DJ Snake – It’s Your Birthday (Miami Remix)
Kitten Party – Bring In The Dogs
Toddla T Sound – Worst Enemy (Deadboy Remix) [Ninja Tune]
Skitzo – Campo Alegre
Jay-Z & Kanye West – Paris (Danny Diggz Vs Gregor Salto ‘Cray’ Dub)
Jakwob – Fade (feat. Maiday)
Dre Skull – Loudspeaker Riddim VIP
Dre Skull – First Time (feat. Megan James & Popcaan) [Mixpak]
Benga – There’s No Soul
Morrison – Told Ya (VIP Mix)
Afrojack – Polkadots (Bare Remix)
Rustie – Triadz
A$AP Rocky – Wild For The Night (feat. Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam) [Columbia]
rocko, Future & Rick Ross – U.O.E.N.O
Wretch 32 – Blackout (feat. Shakka) [Levels/Ministry]
Boaz – Flonti Stacks
Baauer – Harlem Shake (Jesse Slayter Jungle Fever Bootleg)
Diplo – Express Yourself Gangnam Style (Gent & JAWNS Remix)
TC – Get Down Low [Don't Play]
The Partysquad – PS I’m About To Kill You
Major Lazer – Jessica (Des McMahon Remix) (feat. Ezra Koenig)
DJ Fresh – Earthquake (feat. Dominique Young Unique) [Mad Decent]
Young Fathers – Romance
Saturday, Monday – A Little Dream We’re Trying To Forget
James Blake – Life Round Here
Kidnap Kid – So Close [Black Butter Records]
BANKS – Fall Over (Djemba Djemba Remix)
Sandro Silva & Quintino – Epic (Luminox Remix) [Free Download]
Walton – Baby [Hyperdub]
Loadstar – Be There [Ram]


Ratchet Gas – Pickster & Riot Earp [Do Androids Dance Exclusive]
One of the things that the influx of trap did for the EDM scene was open up the doors for more takes on established sounds. Sure, moombahton reinvented reggaeton for the dance music set, and trap really is just reimagining the Dirty South-style of hip-hop, but it’s not more acceptable to play around with these undiscovered BPMs, at least in a dance music realm. DAD gave you a peek at this EP with Buzz Trillington’s brilliant promo mix, but now we present to you We Keep It, an EP stuck entirely at 100BPM.
One DAD commenter called this “hyphy,” which might work, but that might be missing the point; we’re not in a time where we need to label everything. We’re daily fighting those who say “you need not label everything,” while then having to realize that people do need holes to pigeon sounds into. Right now, we’re good with Buzz, Shooter McNappin, Riot Earp (love that name!), Notixx, Pickster One, and Ape Drums keeping it 1hunnid, having us live in this eternal twerk zone, where damn near everything is possible. Each track on this one is dope, plain and simple, and at the very least, it let’s DAD know that we’ve barely scratched the surface when it comes to what dance music can acquire and rediscover.


Pickster, Riot Earp & Melo Present:
”The Vapors Pack”
All the AZ Gunslingaz Frequent the Phoenix Arizona clubs so we only see it fitting to put 
this pack of party edits together of New & Old tunes for DJ’s to play in their clubs.
As always if you like 
what you hear drop us a tweet @PicksterOne @RiotEarp @AZDJMelo

1. Jay-Z – Beware Of The Boys (Pickster & Riot Earp Edit)

2. Busta Rhymes – Pass The Courvoisier (Riot Earp Edit)

3. Three 6 Mafia ft. T-Pain – Lolli Lolli (Melo Edit)

4. Cherrelle & Alexander O’Neal – Saturday Love (Kingman Fire & Riot Earp Edit)

5. Ahmad – Back In The Day (Melo Edit)

6. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Can’t Hold Us (Pickster & Riot Earp Edit)


Featured on the (SLOW ROAST – HOG BLOG)
We love the original DNB track by Craze & Infiltrata A.K.A. 12thPlanet. We wanted to make a Trap version to play in the clubs.
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Blood Sisters – Ring My Bell (Pickster Bootleg)
This one is for #ThrowbackThursday
I gave this Blood Sisters cover of Anita Ward’s hit “Ring My Bell” a nice new school Dubby Vibez re-work. I’ve been sitting on this remix for almost a year, playing it in clubs all over. Dropped at the right time, in the right setting, usually toward the end of the night, it’s sure to work some magic, I’ve seen it. Enjoy!
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I’m super stoked to be a part of the “Moombahton Forever” compilation out Jan 17th on T&A Records. Me & Melo have a track on this comp under our group “Kingman Fire” called “Mami Whine It Up”. I can’t stress how big this compilation is going to be, and how Honored & Humbled I am to be featured next to the best names in the Moombahton & EDM game including Nadastrom, Dillon Francis, Munchi, Bro Safari, GTA, Torro Torro, HeartBreak, DJ Sabo, ETC!ETC!, Valentino Khan, JayFay, UFO!, LeDoom, Nick Thayer, DJ Craze, Tittsworth, DJ Ayers, Sazon Booya, Gent & Jawns, Teenwolf & Shelco, Rell The Sound Bender.


Download the entire compilation as a Zip at
1. Snake Juice – Nadastrom, Billy the Gent & Long Jawns
2. Killa – Aggro Kids (Heartbreak & Rell the Soundbender)
3. Club – 219 Tittsworth
4. Mami Whine It Up – Kingman Fire (Pickster & Melo)
5. Vibracion – Sabo, Teenwolf & Shelco
6. Alerta – GTA
7. How Y’all Feel – Craze
8. La Jungla – Sazon Booya & Aglory
9. Savage Beauty – Bro Safari & UFO!
10. Eat It (Original Mix) – Valentino Khan & ETC!ETC!
11. Beautician 2.0 – Dillon Francis (retail only)
12. La Brasilena Ta Montao feat. Angel Doze – Munchi (retail only)
13. Deth – LeDoom
14. Gotta Know – Torro Torro
15. Dibby Dibby – Jay Fay
16. Da Wheel Klamp – Nick Thayer & DJ Yoda
17. Sueños – DJ Ayres

On January 17th, moombahton comes home and boldly displays how far it has progressed since Dave Nada’s moment of inspiration gave birth to the new sound with the release of a genre-defining new compilation, Moombahton Forever.

It was back in March 2010 when Jesse Tittsworth and DJ Ayres’ T&A Records released Moombahton by Dave Nada, a track described at the time by The Fader as “essentially Dutch house screwed down to sound like reggaeton’s weird little cousin.” Since then, moombahton has grown and evolved to become a global phenomenon, one deserving of a compilation with the size, depth and scope of Moombahton Forever. 21 tracks which span a group of artists who have developed a sound into a vibe; a genre that has stayed true to its original ideal while enabling producers to bring their own personal yet crowd-pleasing interpretations.

T&A co-owner DJ Ayres says of the compilation: “All the major players in the genre have brought their A-game on Moombahton Forever, which showcases the sheer scope of the sound: from originators Nadastrom, Sabo and Munchi to early adopters Heartbreak, Tittsworth, Ayres, Sazon Booya, Pickster & Melo to other established producers who’ve embraced it, like Craze, GTA, Bro Safari, Dillon Francis and DJ Yoda. Everything that defines the sound is there: wild Dutch house riffs, huge buildups, reggaeton rhythms, tough moombahcore, deep vibes, weird experimentalism, and even a tempo tool from Moombahton to house. A lot of people still ask what moombahton is – Moombahton Forever finally gives the definitive answer.”

Genre inventor and one half of Nadastrom, Dave Nada had this to say about Moombahton Forever:

“People always ask me, ‘So how does it feel to have invented a genre?’ and I usually tell them ‘Well, it feels good to be a part of something.’ Moombahton may have started off with me making DJ edits of slowed-down house music to sound like a weird version of reggaeton, but it took a worldwide collective to turn it into a full fledged movement. It’s been a little over three years since moombahton’s inception and I can’t even begin to describe how big the sound has grown and how far it has travelled. Moombahton has infiltrated damn near every music scene across the globe, absorbing their backgrounds and creating a vibe of its own. It still has the dembow riddim as its backbone and remains at a mid-tempo range of about 108 beats per minute – but moombahton music has grown far beyond that, and not just in sound. Over the years I’ve been able to watch moombahton bridge different worlds, transcending cultural boundaries, all in the name of the groove. Producers, DJs and music lovers alike have pushed the sound in their own way, and I’ve had the privilege of helping steer the moombah-ship in a fun and interesting direction. With the help of the genre’s innovators, T&A Records bring you Moombahton Forever. This compilation is a reflection of where the sound is today and how far it has come. I’m excited to see where moombahton will take us next!”

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