On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew hosted a political debate between DiscoTech‘s Joe Maz and The Source co-founder Jonathan Shecter. The two guests shared their different opinions on the election, lockdown, masks, pandemic, vaccine, and more.
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Watch an excerpt above and the full interview here.
On last week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew spoke to DiscoTech‘s Joe Maz and Konflikt. The former Miami DJ/producer duo questioned whether it is a good idea for artists to release new music during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Joe Maz also broke down his approach to creating “big room” remixes.
Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.
With its samples of Destiny Childs’ “Girl” and Brandy’s “The Boy Is Mine,” 99 Souls’ funky house track “The Girl is Mine” is a favorite among DJs. The latest to remix the single is none other than DiscoTech, who just released 105 BPM “Midnight” and 125 BPM “2AM” versions.
Stream them below and download them on DJcity.
After dropping a “Midnight” remix of Adele’s “When We Were Young” last week, DiscoTech has returned with a “2AM” version of the track. The duo’s 128 BPM rework is an upbeat, house remix of the singer’s ballad.
“When We Were Young” is Adele’s second single from her third album, 25. Although it’s not yet as popular as “Hello,” the song has charted on Billboard’s Hot 100 for nine weeks, peaking at number 22.
Stream DiscoTech’s remix below and download it on DJcity.
DiscoTech is back with another solid offering, and this time it’s an update to A-Trak’s “Heads Will Roll” remix (the original was by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
The Miami duo’s rework builds off of A-Trak’s much-loved version by giving it a modern touch, including a trap breakdown. It has received blessings from the Fool’s Gold chief himself, who recently played it at one of his shows.
Stream DiscoTech’s remix above and download it on DJcity.
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DiscoTech wasn’t messing around when they announced that they were relaunching last July. The Miami-based DJ/producer duo has since gone on to release over a dozen high-caliber remixes, fourteen of which have been added to DJcity. Of those fourteen, four of them have made DJcity’s monthly top 50 chart.
Showing no signs of slowing, DiscoTech’s Joe Maz and Konflikt continue their momentum with a future house flip of Nathan Sykes’ “Kiss Me Quick.” The duo’s rework of the former Wanted singer’s solo debut is further proof that they’re one of the most consistent remix duos in the game.
Stream it above and download it here.
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