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Dada Life September 2011 Mix

Hey everyone sorry for the inconsistency with my post frequency lately. I normally try to post at least once a day, but I have been extremely busy. My summer vacation is coming to an end, and so that means I have to finish a bunch of work before school starts.

I still need to upload my videos from the IDentity festival in Hollywood. It was an awesome show! I will be sure to upload those videos, photos, and give you a little recap about it all in the coming days.

Dada Life has just released their September 2011 mix. I may have missed it or something, but I’m pretty sure they skipped out on August. Im pretty excited about this since this is currently my favorite mix series. Their previous monthly mixes have all been great and are always filled with a bunch of newer tracks! Check out their new mix and be sure to check out their Facebook, Twitter, Webpage, and Beatport to show them some love! Let us know what you think by commenting below or on our dank-beats facebook page.

– dan K


Wolfgang Gartner – Ménage a Trois
Andy Harding – Adagio Without Strings (Original Mix)
Chuckie feat. Gregor Salto – What Happens In Vegas (Club Mix)
Hardwell – The World
Jan Driver – Raveyard (Original Mix)
Dada Life – Happy Violence
Congorock – Sirius
Afrojack & R3hab – Prutataaa (Dada Life Remix)
R3hab & Swanky Tunes – Sending My Love
Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive
Audionite – Kling Klong
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling
Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki – Cotton Eye Turbulence (Dada Life Guerilla Fart #12)
Dem Slackers- Global Grind (Original Mix)

Congorock – Sirius (Original Mix)

Finally, a new Congorock original! This is his first original that he has released since “Babylon”. If you don’t know Congorock, or his older song Babylon then your missing out! Babylon is an excellent song with a very catchy synth line, and some groovin almost tribal sounding drum beats. The video is awesome too! Check it out below. Congorock does it again with his new track Sirius its loaded with that familiar synth repetition and almost tribal groove to the track. The drums hit way harder and the sounds come jumping out at you, making the song feel deeper and wilder. The various build ups and break downs keep the song moving forward, while also holding an almost tech style repetition. Watch the Babylon video, and listen to the new track Sirius below. Be sure to check out Congorock on beatport and facebook. Show him support by liking/following him and buying some of his music!

-dan K

Congorock Sirius (Original Mix)

Congorock Babylon