Congorock “Babylon” Remixes Out Now!

Posted on Aug 25th, 2010 by Mr Goldbar

What can we possibly tell you about Congorock’s “Babylon” that our friends haven’t said already?

“Amazingly original and forward thinking! I LOVE IT!!!” – Steve Angello
“#1 Track at WMC – Babylon by Congorock” – JFK (MSTRKRFT)
“That Steve Angello edit of Congorock’s Babylon goes off!!” – Tiesto
“Full support! And David Guetta loves Babylon, I told ya!” – Afrojack
“Love the Congorock dub!” – Diplo
“Done damage!” – Sinden
“The hottest record out there! Congorock is on fire!!!” – Chuckie

“Babylon” is the rare song that deserves every extra exclamation point: four minutes of unadulterated dance insanity, firmly establishing Congorock as this year’s producer to watch. So, with such a giant tune in their catalog, its only right that we drop some remixes! Grab them now exclusively at Beatport.

Moscow rave maven Proxy goes straight into the red, chopping up “Babylon”‘s indelible riff as only he can. Bass! Techno legend CJ Bolland makes a rare return to the remix stage with a pumping new take, filled with four-on-the-floor thump and sugar daddy synth lines. The Steve Angello edit that became an instant DJ hit is officially available for the first time, in all it’s extended-breakdown glory. And of course the original “Babylon” is here too, in vocal version from Mr Lexx and the raw uncut Congorock dub, both of which continue to cause total pandemonium as they blast from club speakers and festival stages around the globe.

(We’ve got some more remixes stashed as well, stay tuned…)

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A-Trak In Eeh-Bee-Ther

Posted on Jun 26th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

Fool’s Gold meets the Swedish House Mafia, as Trizzy tours Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso’s villa in Ibiza. Check this, the previous episode of A-Trak TV (starring Busy P), and all future installments here.

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Trizzy Does Europe

Posted on Jun 12th, 2008 by A-Trak

Time for one of my long-winded tour novelas. I recently wrapped up a European tour that spanned the whole month of May, one which I arbitrarily named the Upper Crust Tour at the last minute, in honor of that beloved chain of sandwich shops found in almost all train stations. After doing a whole bunch of tours with other people — the Fool’s Gold fam, Mehdi, Kanye, etc — I felt like going off to clubland (Europe) and back to raw DJing practically every night for 4 weeks. Of course I wasn’t literally by myself the whole month. In most cities I was sharing bills with friends from either continent. But it did feel like a pilgrimage to the land of the DJ, and on off-days I would often link up with other producers and work on music. I loved it. I started a Flickr page towards the beginning of my trip so you can catch my full set of pics here. Let’s dive into it. Read More

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