Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Hed Kandi Presents: Denzal Park Vs Wizard Sleeve - Iʼm A Drum Machine (Step Up)


I’m A Drum Machine” in it’s original instrumental form has been building it’s fans across global clubland, having been originally released by the Australian record label Neon in the summer of 2010. XS Records and Denzal Park have since teamed up with the inimitable Wizard Sleeve to now create an insanely catchy and uplifting 2011 anthem.


Radio Edit (Clean & Dirty Vocal Versions)
Extended Vocal Mix (Clean & Dirty Vocal Versions)
Ralvero Remix (Clean & Dirty Vocal Versions)
Felix Leiter Remix & Dubʼs (Clean & Dirty Vocal Versions)
Brimmer Remix  & Radio Edit (Clean & Dirty Vocal Versions)
Billionaire Remix & Radio Edit (Clean Versions)
Cyantific Remix (Clean Vocal Version)

The record’s remixes come in all shapes and sizes. Rising Dutch producer Ralvero and Newcastle’s finest Felix Leiter who both individually deliver two main room rework’s of the record whilst one of Kissy Sell Out’s highly rated producers, Brimmer, turns the record into a mash up frenzy! Having recently remixed for Usherand Britney SpearsBillionaire delivers a straight up dance floor mix for the more commercial destinations! Rounding of the package is the brilliant Cyantific with his high tempo and seriously dirty beats that will have the Drum & Bass crowd jumping!
Check out all mixes on Soundcloud - link below :

 Denzal Park vs Wizard Sleeve – I'm A Drum Machine (Step Up) by hedkandipromo

Wizard Sleeve on Ministry's Mash Up Mix Bass!!

  • 2011 is fast becoming recognised as the year that Bass took over the world. Garage is seeing its most notable revival since its domination of the charts at the turn of the century, Drum ‘n’ Bass continues to frequent the Radio 1 playlist and the success of Dubstep doesn’t look like its coming to a halt any time soon.
    So with the summer on the horizon it is only fair that we let The Cut Up Boys out of their cage to create some of the biggest custom-made collaborations in dance music. Where else would you find Luck & Neat in tandem with Tiesto & Diplo or an Alex Gaudino flowing over a Flux Pavillion production?! Add to the mix speaker blowing anthems from Example, Nero feat. Wizard Sleeve, Skream, Pendulum, MJ Cole plus a whole host of others and you have one dangerous album!
    Ministry of Sound presents 100 mashed up tracks of bass fuelled house, drum ‘n’ bass, garage and dubstep mixed by the unstobpabble Cut Up Boys!