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If you are into chill beats with a groovy feel give this UK based garage-house duo Disclosure a listen. Brothers, Guy and Howard Lawrence, mixed their first track at the youthful ages of 18 and 16. With only a few years experience, now 21 and 18, these two are blossoming into distinguished artists producing sultry dub/bass mixes that make you want to dance.

After attending their Canadian debut show in Toronto I was instantly hooked. With drum kits, keyboards, and synthesizers, in combination with their soulful beats, I couldn’t help but feel good.  These guys deliver the perfect mixture of electronic sounds and emotional elements.

Check out these tunes for a small taste of what this dynamic duo has to offer.

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the weekend wind down ft. Metronomy


Time to cool this mother! It’s the wind down for all your hungover asses. This week we give you something to turn your delirium tremens into some dance moves, since it isn’t really the end of the weekend. Continue reading

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The Cocktail Hour feat. Manuel De La Mare

To be completely honest im not even sure how this ended up on my soundcloud. I think it was one of those tracks that this person you’ve never heard of has shared a track with you  and your like ugh, skip, most of the time! not this one, nope. I was hooked instantly by the bubbly funkiness. Reminds me a LOT of James Murphy, and I funking love James Murphy. Definitely a mix to put a smile on your face and get you through this Friday afternoon 🙂

For your bevie of choice! definitely has to be something light, something refreshing. Ill leave you with some options. One for the man who just wants to sit back and crack a cold one and one for the alcohol connoisseur

Okanagan Pear Ciders vs. Jungle Mint Teaser

OK Cider is straight forward.

Consume ice cold and get grade 9 silly drunk. yeee

and for you professionals
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
4 large mint leaves
2 teaspoons sugar
approx. 1/2 cup brewed green tea, chilled
1 ounce white rum

Muddle the lime juice, mint, and sugar together in a Collins glass until the leaves bruise lightly and the flavors release. Add ice until glass is about 3/4 full and then pour in rum and green tea. Stir thoroughly. Bam

As always, enjoy the cocktails and get weird.



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