Tittsworth and I just released this huge compilation on T&A Records, with help from Dave Nada, Bro Safari, Craze, LeDoom, Vamos Promo and a bunch of our favorite producers. And it’s free!
Download the entire compilation as a Zip at
The EP is finally here!
My friend Harry and I threw this video together for Flashing Lights:
Been working hard in the studio!
Wayne Wonder x Munchi – No Letting Go (DJ Ayres blend) (free download)
Jeremih & 50 Cent – Down on Me (DJ Ayres remix) (free download)
Afrojack – Pacha on Acid (DJ Ayres edit) (free download)
More downloads after the jump!
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Crookers remixed Munchi’s “Shottas” featuring Mr Lexx! And lucky for you they’re giving it away for free on their blog. We have a whole EP of Shottas remixes coming in the next month or so on T&A records, and you can buy the original on the Murda Sounds EP.
Munchi ft Mr Lexx – Shottas (Crookers Remix) by Crookers.net
Munchi has two songs with MIA on her new mixtape: Murda Sound is taken from the T&A EP of the same name and Tamil Beat is brand new. Get the mix here http://vickileekx.com/ and get his debut EP on T&A Records
Best of Munchi Mix by Dirty South Joe (right click “save target as”)
In the spring of 2010, an unknown kid from the Netherlands named Munchi sent Dave Nada a handful of Moombahton tracks, which he passed around to his friends. Since then, Munchi has gone from being a few DJs’ best kept secret to a highly sought-after producer. He’s been cranking out monthly promo EPs all year, and when Tittsworth and I reached out to him about doing an EP on T&A, he sent us everything from Baltimore Club, Kuduro, Baile Funk and Cumbia to House, Breakcore and deep Dubstep. But genre labels do Munchi a disservice, as every track combines elements from different styles and influences. A Dominican kid living in Rotterdam, he has been making reggaeton with Dutch influences since way before Dave coined Moombahton, and all sorts of weird shit before “Tropical” became a blanket term for the global bass movement. Simply put, he’s our favorite new producer and his tracks are fucking insane. Dirty South Joe agrees, so he whipped up a live mix of Munchi favorites, including a bunch of tracks off Munchi’s Murda Sound EP (out Nov 2) and as-yet untitled album coming on T&A this winter.
Munchi will be making his debut in DC and LA this week: catch him at Moombahton Massive on Oct 27 at U Street Music Hall and Friday, Oct 29 at the Dance Right x Mad Decent party at the Standard in LA.
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Rampage & Nader’s “Windy City Nights” is out today on T&A (Tittsworth & Ayres Records). Grab it at Beatport, Amazon, iTunes, Juno, Turntable Lab, and so forth. The Chicago house duo has made us a mix to support the EP. Download here, tracklist after the jump:
Tittsworth & I have a new release, rock to this! Rob Threezy is an unstoppable young producer and DJ from Chicago’s Ghetto Division crew. Rob is best known for his unique take on Baltimore Club fused with classic Rave samples, having jumpstarted a whole movement with his now-classic “The Chase.” With releases on Mad Decent, Fool’s Gold, Nightshifters and Fabric Live, Threezy has been banging out hits nonstop since he first released “Love To The World” on T&A less than two years ago. “Let’s Go Ravers” sees him stretch out, from the minimal 808-driven “Round House” to hyperactive dubstep on “They’re Coming,” along with his signature rave/club anthems “Your Love” and “Let’s Go Ravers.” T&A label owners Tittsworth and Ayres provide remix support; Tittsworth injects dark synths and stabs into “Round House” and DJ Ayres takes “The Chase” into tech-house territory. Rounding out the EP is Rampage (Ghetto Division)’s mix of The Chase, bringing even more energy to the rave banger.
Promo: grab “They’re Coming” on RCRD LBL for free!
1. Rob Threezy – Let’s Go Ravers
2. Rob Threezy – Your Love
3. Rob Threezy – They’re Coming
4. Rob Threezy – Round House
5. Rob Threezy – Round House (Tittsworth Remix)
6. Rob Threezy – The Chase (Rampage Remix)
7. Rob Threezy – The Chase (DJ Ayres Remix)
Promo Only! Download here:
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Dave Nada invented Moombahton (pronounced Moom-buh-tone) at his little cousin’s house party when he slowed an Afrojack remix down to 108 beats per minute. Since then, he’s been making reggaeton-tempo edits of Dutch house and tropical house, and clubs have been going crazy for the stuff. By popular demand, we give you five Moombahton edits for free!
Artwork by Rhek (Sharks and Hammers)
Download this outtake from the EP for free:
Here is a free mix including Apocalypse Theme:
Dave Nada – December 2009 Cynamatik Mix (Z-Share)
armand van helden- necessary evil
jackbeats ft. mc dynamite – what
mike mumbles – wut wut pt.2
dave nada – apocalypse theme
major lazer – when you hear the bassline
darko & dave nada- give me a break
dj tameil – pull the trigger
kw griff – swift’s revenge
pd – fiesta
solo – rawmania
sabo & cassady – esa loca cumbia
nadastrom – save us (john roman nigerian dub)
luciano – los ninos fueras
nadastrom – ghetto pass (la riots remix)
will eastman – feelin (nadastrom remix)
jinder – youth blood (12th planet and flinch remix)
drop the lime ft. carrie wild – set me free (reso remix)
Free Download #2 – Dave Nada – Apocalypse Theme (12th Planet and Flinch remix) at RCRD LBL
Free Download #3 – Maxwell – Bad Habits (Dave Nada remix) at The Fader
Tittsworth just released his “Maneater”-nodding, Nina Sky and Pitbull-featuring “Here He Comes” as a single through Plant, which is good news for fans of boomy Baltimore club and appropriated Hall & Oates hooks. This version from DJ Day, which is basically a classic disco/Bmore hybrid, isn’t on that release since it came out on the 12 Steps Remixes EP through T&A last year. But, now we have an excuse to post it, and the passage of time doesn’t make it any less next level.
Go download the MP3 from our friends at RCRD LBL