Crank This Sh!t Up – Vol. 4

A selection of banging beats to wake the neighbours and frighten the cat.


We kick things off in this fourth volume with two bouncy tracks from Glaswegian producer Rustie taken from his 2011 album Glass Swords and a banging remix from OVERWERK, a former graphic designer from Canada who now spends his time penetrating eardrums with his energetic electro sounds.  We also have a sick piece of wobbly dub from Alphabet Pony, a ground-shaking remix by Brown & Gammon of a yet-to-be-released Kill The Noise track and the Silcox & Eyes remix that was chosen by Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe last month as “The Hottest Record In The World”.  The pick of the bunch is a beautiful remix of a song from Me And Armini, the 2008 album of Icelandic sensation Emiliana Torrini, by British phenomenon Jai Paul who adds an electro-jungle beat and über deep bassline to an already catchy tune.  There are also electro remixes dirtier than a paedophile’s hard drive from the highly talented Revolvr, hard-hitting French pair FCKN Crew and L.A. duo Cold Blank.


Step To This:


Rustie – After Light

Rustie – All Night

Wolfgang Gartner – Space Junk [OVERWERK Remix]


Wobble Like A Model:


Alphabet Pony – Silent Excuses

Kill The Noise – Dying (feat. Emily Hudson) [Brown & Gammon Remix]

The King Blues – The Future’s Not What It Used To Be [Silcox & Eyes Remix]


High Voltage:


Lazy Rich – Better Wipe That Up [Revolvr Remix]

Les Petits Pilous – Housi [FCKN Crew Remix]

Spencer & Hill – Back2Back [Cold Blank Remix]




Emiliana Torrini – Jungle Drum [Jai Paul Remix]


– Load It, Check It


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