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Get Ready With Haruka Salt 999 – The Mix

19 May

It’s odd that we feature pop music and hip hop, at least in explicit, raw, un-remixed forms, here on Retail DJ. Yet when we do, we do it for very good reason. This time around, we were given a more than legitimate reason to post a lil pop thanks to this week’s featured artist Haruka Salt 999. Staying true to our commitment to provide the best music for dancing, getting ready, and general revelry at home or on the street, this mix provides the framework for all the above.

In keeping with her mission to provide a mixtape-like feel to all of her live and recorded sets,
Haruka takes us through a trip of hip hop, breaks, dance rock, funk carioca, and electronic dance music without a blink. When I got the mix in my soundcloud inbox, it’s initial title was “Get It Poppin.” I immediately knew I was in for a treat – one that I now share with you all without the slightest hesitation. This versatile mix is perfect for any mood, so I encourage you to play, download, and share it stat! Don’t waste any time. Come with us to Get Ready With Haruka Salt 999!

Retail DJ Presents . . .

Get Ready With Haruka Salt 999

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tracklist (song – artist)

Bars-Ninjasonik

Pennies-Lady Sovereign

Dangerous (The Big Beat’s Next Level Mix)-Busta Rhymes

Well Oso-Daniel Haaksman feat. MC Miltinho

Apollo Throwdown (Star Slinger Remix)-The Go! Team

Que Que-Dillon Francis & Diplo (feat. Maluca)

Jumpin N Pumpin (Lewis CanCut Remix Feat. Mars e Pan)2009-Edu K

Bass Down Low (Explicit ver.)-Dev

HIP HOP FINAL -AB Soto

Open (Plastic Little Remix)-Dub Pistols Feat Tk And Jms

I Am Somebody (paris version)-Dj Mehdi feat. Chromeo

Cooler Couleur (Voyou Remix)-Crookers Feat. Yelle

Creature-Kim Ann Foxman & Andy Butler

Might Like You Better-Amanda Blank

B-Rockin’-Tittsworth

Guns-3 Is A Crowd

‘Ta Com Medo De Mim?-Oliver$ & Deize Tigrona

Why Don’t You-Gramophonedzie

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Get Dressed to This: Smoking in the Boys’ Room

13 Sep

I tend to cover clothes for the ladies here on Retail DJ, but every now and then, I give a nod to males of the species. It’s a bit odd really, how men are in the forefront in music (production, frontmen, DJs, band members, etc etc etc), but they’re a bit ignored by the fashion world. Fortunately, men’s casual wear is coming quite into its own, and a few creative labels out there are producing interesting pieces (many of which bend the lines of gender, which is perfect considering that the androgynous look is “all the rage” this season). What’s great about this outfit is that while it’s made for men, it would work on women as well (same styling, possibility different sizes).

In terms of the music this time around, I’m also stepping a bit out of my element and putting the shine on a rock mix. Though Edu K normally makes electronic and funk carioca tracks/remixes, the famed Brazilian producer likes to rock out as well. It’s what kept me awake during a long day at work last week, so surely it will get you revved up for a night out (or even tomorrow morning’s commute). Be daring and press play for this heavy metal meets heavy bass mix. Get Dressed to This:

The Music:

Edu K – Man Recordings Podcast No. 006

Man FM 006 – Edu K by MANRECORDINGS

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The Outfit:

1. Grey Weight Hoodie by Odeur, Oak, $252 USD

2. Comune Nudge Skinny Jean, Urban Outfitters, $68 USD

3. Driggs Boot by John Varvatos (in black), Zappos.com, $302 USD

4. Noble Cotton V-Neck T-Shirt, Ben Sherman, £15.00 (GBP)

5. “Icons of Rock” Morrissey Shoulder Bag, Diesel, $90 USD


– Retail DJ

Bringing It All Together: DJ Beware for Man Recordings

8 Sep

DJ Beware indeed. This man means business.

DJ Beware recently put out a mix for the 5-year anniverary for Man Recordings, a Berlin-based label that supports Brazilian (and other) funk artists. They’ve been putting out stellar EPs, records, mixes, and singles for the past few years, and in such a short time have truly been a leader in putting funk carioca on the map. It’s a positive form of globalization, with artists from Brazil earing exposure and benefiting in the lucrative sense as well. This mix is a medley of a ton of the tracks they’ve released over the years, and a nice tribute for a company that’s bringing it all together, one track at a time.

Beyond being a nice way of honoring Man Recordings, it also happens to be a solid mix. Though I’ve heard all the songs therein, the order, the remixing, and the general delivery make everything sound brand new to my ears. It’s a joy to listen to, with tracks from MC Gringo, MC Gi, Edu K, Joyce Muniz, the Count and Sinden, Gaiola das Popozudas, Deize Tigrona, and many many more. I advise you play at home so you can truly break it down. Trust me – you’ll want to 🙂

DJ Beware – Man Recordings 5 Year Anniversary Megamix

DJ BEWARE MAN RECORDINGS 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY MEGAMIX by MANRECORDINGS

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tracklist after the jump

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Special Event: Nacotheque! Tonight! (and you can still win tickets!)

30 Jul

Nacotheque, the infamous Latin alternative music party, is happening tonight! Check out the flyer below and be sure to stop by. With a ticket price so low, it makes me think of that song in which the calls out “If you’ve got $5 in your pocket, lemme hear you say, ‘hell yeah!'” But hey, if you don’t, but you still want to go, see below for how you can win tickets for you and a friend to tonight’s show! Email me with the answer by 7 pm and they’re yours!!!

Listen to Amylulita’s Exclusive Retail DJ “What’s Good” Interview and answer this question: What is the name of the international music party Amylulita threw BEFORE Nacotheque? If you find the answer, email me: retaildj@gmail.com and the tickets are all yours 🙂

By the way, check out this sick promo mix Amylulita put together for the show! I found myself singing along and dancing the whole way through. The tracklist on its own is enough to make you scream with glee, so press play or download the thing so you can do it in the comfort of your own home as you get ready for Nacotheque tonight as opposed to at your desk:

Amylulita – Nacotheque Summer Mix

Nacotheque Summer Mix by Amylulita by Amylulita

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tracklist:

1. Fuego – Bomba Estereo
2. Chupala – Dogma Crew con Kase
3. Prefiero el Asfalto – Nina Dioz
4. No Mas Hip Hop – Los Mono
5. Nanai – La Mala Rodriguez
6. PopozudaRocknRoll – EDU K
7. Bikini a Lunares Amarillos – The Sacados
8. La Vecina – Los Amigos Invisibles
9. Ejercicio #16 – Kinky
10. Nalguita – Plastina Mosh
11. Nossa White Gosta (“Ai Voce Gosta”) Ft Zuzuka – Azu
12. Salta 2000 – King Africa
13. Yo Digo Baila – Mexican Institute of Sound
14. Okupa Final – Meneo
15. E Butanero – Leopardo No Viaja
16. Shake – Ying Yang Twins ft. Pitbull
17. Abrazame (Uproot Andy Mix) – Los Rakas
18. Paper Planes (M.I.A. cover) – Nina Dioz
19. Pela’o (Crookers remix) – Isa GT
20. ??? – Pit Pull
21. Te Ves Bien Buena – El General
22. Dile – ???
23. The Ramonaz Fashion – Ramoneo
24. El Tigeraso – Maluca
25. La hora de volve – Rita Indiana y Los Misterios
26. OMG We Got IT (Fiesta Remix) – Todosantos
27. Cuca Cola – Plastic Caramelo
28. Fiera de Vinil (Bonde Do Terror RMX) Sunsplash ft. Rio Neurotic Bass
29. Mi Delirio (Master Lujan Remix) – Anahi
30. Vama a la playa – Quiero Star
31. Uh Ah – Atomic Brain

– Retail DJ

Retail DJ March Podcast

8 Jul

Though all the tracklists and podcasts here at Retail DJ are dance-inducing, this podcast based on the Retail DJ March Tracklist is pretty solid for hip rocking, booty shaking, and the like. With lots of house, ghetto tech, and dance rock, you’re sure to bust a move. Play / download and enjoy!

Retail DJ March Podcast

Retail DJ March Podcast by RetailDJ

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tracklist:

High Powered Boys – Hoes Get Down (Original Mix)
Emynd – What About Tomorrow?
Idiotproof – Ray Banned
Jackson and His Computer Band – Moon Kick
WebQueawry – Searching
Justin Faust – Holdin’ On (Moullinex Remix)
Jinder – Youth Blood
Jackson and His Computer Band – Make It Happen
Edu K (feat. Marina) – Me Bota Pra Dancar
Yelle – Tristesse/Joie (Rolf Honey Remix)
Munk – Kick Out the Chairs
Flairs – Radio (Jamaica Remix)
R!M!E! – To the Ground
Lo-Fi-Fink – Want U
Nas – The World Is Yours

– Retail DJ

Retail DJ January Podcast

29 Jun

The first of a much bigger set, this Retail DJ January Podcast pulls from the original January tracklist and is full of house, breaks, electropop, and even a little rock. Enjoy!

Retail DJ January Podcast

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tracklist:

Retail DJ – Introduction
Azari & III – Hungry for the Power
Friendly Fires – Paris (Aeroplane Remix feat. Au Revoir Simone)
Penguin Prison – A Funny Thing (Monarchy Remix)
Calvin Harris – Love for You
Private – My Secret Lover (Lifelike Remix)
Cajmere (feat. Dajae) – Brighter Days (Mercury Edit)
Scott Cooper (w/ Edu K feat. Leila) – Crank It
Libby of Lazerbitch (feat. Claire Hux) – Music You (Original Mix)
Primary 1 & Riton – Radiates
Passion Pit – Sleepyhead (Starsmith Remix (feat. Ellie Goulding)
VEGA – Well Known Pleasures (Original Mix)
Voices of Life (feat. Sharon Pass) – Word Is Love (Mercury Edit)
The Ting Tings – Great DJ (Calvin Harris Remix)
The XX – Basic Space

For your reference:

Retail DJ Soundcloud Page

Retail DJ Podcast Page

Original Retail DJ January Tracklist Post

Retail DJ March Tracklist: The Ides Have It

22 Mar

We all know that the 15th of March didn’t bode too well for ancient Roman leader Julius Caesar, but I figured I’d give 3/15 a new spin and maybe a little more luck.

For this month’s Retail DJ Tracklist, I’ve decided to give you 15 tracks, each with a different sound, but that somehow come together nicely. Tracks range from a little old school hip hop and experimental house to ghetto-tech and Italo-German dance rock. The tracks will be available for download until April 22nd, so get to downloading now! Enjoy this set, and continue to have a happy March!

(click to play, click the small arrow on the right to download)

1. Jackson and His Computer Band – Moon Kick

2. Emynd – What About Tomorrow?

3. Webqueawry – Searching

4. High Powered Boys (AKA French DJs Bobmo and Surkin) – Hoes Get Down

5. Edu K ft. Marina – Me Bota Pra Dancar

6. Justin Faust – Holdin’ On (Moulinex Remix)

7. Jackson and His Computer Band – Make It Happen

8. Nas – The World Is Yours

9. Jinder – Youth Blood

10. Trippple Nippples – PPP (Rio Lobotomy “Inverted Amazon” Remix)

11. Yelle – Tristess/Joie (Rolf Honey Remix)

12. Idiotproof – Ray Banned

13. Munk – Kick Out the Chairs

14. Flairs – Radio (Jamaica Remix)

15. Lo-Fi-Fink – Want U

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