Tuesday1 Turn It Up Tuesdays w/ Candyland, Dirtyphonics, and Robotaki

Welcome back to Turn It Up Tuesdays everyone. Every week I bring a few artists to the forefront that you might not know about. Check these guys out and show them some love.

Candyland

 Turn It Up Tuesdays w/ Candyland, Dirtyphonics, and Robotaki

Santa Barbara, CA natives Ethan Davis and Josie Martin AKA Candyland began producing together back in April of 2011. Since then, they have been dropping some of the hottest remixes around.  These two have a knack for taking a track and making it sound completely their own. Your gonna love Candyland — Yes, the co-ed electronic music group, not the board game!  The first track is their colossal entry into the remix contest for Skrillex & Damian Marley’s track “Make It Bun Dem.”

Connect with Candyland

Official Website | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

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Dirtyphonics

Dirtyphonicsintr5 Turn It Up Tuesdays w/ Candyland, Dirtyphonics, and RobotakiDirtyphonics consists of four members from Paris, France. They have blown up in the last couple years, gaining praise for their work from some of the best in the game including Pete Tong, Sub Focus, Chase & Status, Flux Pavilion and Datsik. They have done remixes for the likes of Nero and The Crystal Method and have been released on many major record labels including MTA, Dim Mak, and Ultra. With an emphasis on dubstep, drumstep, and pretty much all things bass, get yourself ready for some heavy low-end. If you don’t know about Dirtyphonics, then it’s about time you learned.

Connect with Dirtyphonics

Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

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Robotaki

robotaki Turn It Up Tuesdays w/ Candyland, Dirtyphonics, and RobotakiPreston Chin aka Robotaki is from Montreal, Canada. This young producer is coming up with some amazing electro-pop, nu-disco funk. He has remixed artists such as DJ Shadow, Penguin Prison and Popular Computer. His track “Prestonsphere” sounds like a smooth mixture of Justice and The M Machine.  There is no doubt in my mind that we will see Robotaki taking the stage in huge places in the near future. Enjoy!

Connect with Robotaki

Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud