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Alesso “Heroes” (Grandtheft Remix)

Following three standout remixes for Alesso’s forthcoming new single ‘Heroes (We Could Be)’ ft. Tove Lo, comes a fourth from hotly-tipped Canadian DJ/ Producer Grandtheft.

With the eclectic remixes from AMTRAC and Jai Wolf both hitting #1 on the Hype Machine remix chart, Grandtheft shifts the tone of the track once again with a big room, bass fuelled rework of his own.

Producing music that defies categorisation, Grandtheft’s productions are created solely with the intention to make you move. Establishing himself as one of the most sought after new producers around, Grandtheft has impressed at clubs worldwide, earning himself support from the likes of Diplo, Major Lazer, A-Trak, Flosstradamus and Skream.

The original version of ‘Heroes (We Could Be)’ has surpassed a colossal 6.1 million Soundcloud plays and 6.6 million YouTube views. 

J.E.S.U.S live in the mix BOILER ROOM

j.e.s.u.s boiler room

What happens when you combine four massive powerhouses (Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream and Seth Troxler) in the House/Garage game?!  

The only viable answer is >>> J.E.S.U.S  <<<

“… in Ibiza we bring together four goliaths of the contemporary DJ world for an world-first premiere of their new experiment, in the form of a rolling b2b2b2b broadcast: Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream und Seth Troxler, aka J.E.S.u.S. Although now close friends as much as top-tier jocks – ranking #21, #11, #70 and #5 respectively on Resident Advisor’s Top DJs of 2013 list – their points of origin are markedly different.

Take 2006, for example: Jack was bringing Ghostface to Glasgow; Eats Everything was playing out under his birth name Dan Pearce, disillusioned with his formerly adored hard house; Seth was a prodigy straight outta Detroit, nestled firmly under Richie Hawtin‘s wing; and Skream…well, a teenage Skream was setting about defining an entire generation. Fast forward to 2014,and the quartet are regularly found at venues across the globe playing side-by-side, fixed doyens of the underground and emergent stars of the mainstream, and mainstays on the White Isle – although that one in particular is a relatively new development.

Naturally, given the four individuals are no strangers to Boiler Room, we’re immensely fortunate to host this latest stage of their progression. To mark this momentous occasion we spoke to the boys in the hope of tracing a line from their formative Ibiza experiences to the present day, where they form like Voltron into a four-man tag-team superstar troupe: one truly bigger than J.E.S.u.S.” – BR

Enjoy close to four hours of diversified energies, beautiful releases, and all-in-all a great day party.  -ROANE

Don’t forget to grab the FREE Audio DL on the BOILER ROOM link.

This recording is available to download at: boilerroom.tv/recording/j-e-s-u-s/

Skream: His final word on Dubstep and Disco

arntreSitebannerSkream played an instrumental part in the rise of Dubstep, being one of its early progenitors, and recently switched directions to his passion of house, disco and techno records. THUMP sits down with the notorious Producer/DJ to pick his brain on the first days of club-based UK Dubstep, why he decided to mix things up a bit and some of his most memorable gigs in “Come With Me (or Fuck Off)”
Filmed/Edited – Mikhail Mehra [Motion Eccentricá]