"My goal with “Gangsta Gangsta” was to find an intersection point between Hip Hop and a style of electronic music that was a comprehensive representation of every element of the Dr. Fresch brand. I kept the track at 105BPM to preserve the integrity of Baby E’s verses (and the original of course), so my instrumental perspective became a crossbreed between slowed-down G-House and indie electro. I’m constantly finding inventive ways to inject hip hop into the realm of electronic music - I hope my fans buzz off this project as much as I have, so excited for this release!" - Dr. Fresch
Ryan Collins & Bijou, Thee Cool Cats, & CPG are also featured on the compilation.
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"It's been way too long since I heard 'Promiscuous' played out in the club - I had to give the track a facelift so I could start dropping it in my sets and bring the heat back. The project clicked for me instantly, because of how the vocals lent themselves to be remixed from both a deep approach and a future approach as well. I'm excited to hear this one played out!" - Dr. Fresch
Dr. Fresch is back with more groovy music, this time with a double remix of both The Notorious BIG's "Juicy" and Suzanne Vega's "Tom's Diner". Download "Juicy Diner" for free from Dr. Fresch's Facebook now!
"I felt a weird connection between these two songs and wanted to create a piece that reflected the vibes of both of these artists. I feel like the remix I came up represents angst, relaxation, and struggle at the same time." - Dr. Fresch
"I've been in love with Destructo's 'Techno' since the first time I heard it - I think midtempo electro and deeper indie dance are taking off, and I wanted to give the original my own rework. I liked how Destructo grabbed the sample from Eminem's 'Without Me', and decided to use more of that sample to build the song around. I kept the tempo at 112BPM, but decided to get more complex and weird with my bass arrangement - I hope my Fresch Fam love this remix as much as I do!"
SUPPORTED BY BIG BOI
NUMBER TWO on HYPEM : http://hypem.com/track/27kpp/Big+Boi+-+Kryptonite+(Dr.+Fresch+x+Tendra+Remix)
"We’ve both been huge fans of “Kryptonite” since it hit first the hip hop scene almost a decade ago, and we had talked about remixing the track together for the last year or so.” - Dr. Fresch
“Earlier this Summer, I was playing Blackjack with Big Boi at a Casino after Firefly Music Festival in Delaware, and cashed out huge. I landed back in LA, told Dr. Fresch the story, and we decided to get working on the remix - I had to show Big Boi some love for filling my pockets with stacks.” - Tendra
“We’re both thrilled with the way the track turned out! We’re excited to bring this long lost jam to the EDM world, and can’t wait to start playing this puppy out in the club.” - Dr. Fresch
I'm a huge fan of A$AP Ferg and have been for years, I always wanted to remix one of his songs but was waiting for the right opportunity. When I heard 'Plain Jane' I knew I had to give it a spin, I hope you enjoy :)
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My goal with “No Love” was to take elements of 90’s Hip Hop and R&B and place them within the context of my “Future Ghetto” style. I chose to sample TLC because “No Scrubs” is a true staple of 90’s R&B culture, and I wanted to see how vocal elements from the classic could convey a different vibe when paired with deeper instrumentation. I think the marriage between UK House style basses, trap percussion and TLC’s vocals offers an incredibly unique, novel and emotional take on R&B - I hope my fans dig this one!
artwork by Cygne Cooper - cygne.cooper [at] gmail [dot] com
SNBRN X Shaun Frank X Dr. Fresch - The New Order
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"Ben and I have been talking about collabing forever, and agreed that when we did it had to be the perfect representation of G-House, in its highest form. A couple months ago Ben came to me with the idea of working with the vocals from "Hello", and I knew immediately that this was the perfect concept for our collab. I'm so happy with how the track turned out, it's been destroying in my sets lately and think we accomplished exactly we set out to do... hopefully we get some fuckin' thanks for it." - Dr. Fresch
"This collab with Tony has been a long time coming, and we both agreed when the right idea came along we had to execute it precisely. Both with a west coast influence in music we knew the Hello Vocals would settle nicely into a proper G-House track. I couldn't be happier with the final outcome of this record as its my proudest final cut to date." - Bijou
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Goshfather & Jinco and Dr. Fresch are proud to present their remix of The Cardigans' 90's classic "Lovefool".
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Dr. Fresch continues to showcase his forward-thinking house music brand with another ‘Future Ghetto’ remix of a 2000s Hip-Hop jam. This time Dr. Fresch tackles Gucci Mane’s “Pillz”, successfully providing a club ready makeover by carefully weaving elements of Ghetto, Future and Bassline House with southern Trap and Hip Hop percussion.
The Hood” came from a concept I had for a track that was equally cinematic and club ready. I wanted the intro of “The Hood” to put the listener in a police chase scene from a movie - like the intro to ‘Straight Outta Compton’. Beyond that I wanted the song to capture elements of modern G-House and Bass House as well as mid 2000’s Electro - a representation of both the music that populates the scene today and the music that got me into the scene 10 years ago. I’m excited to push boundaries on this release and for the world to hear “The Hood”!
Buy the Maybe Remixes EP here: smarturl.it/MaybeRemixes
Buy the Realise EP here: smarturl.it/RealiseEP
7-track Maybe Remixes EP out now on OWSLA, featuring new cuts from Dr. Fresch, TrollPhace & JuJu, Elk Road & SLUMBERJACK, Jesse Slayter, Fred V & Grafix, Getter and Pegboard Nerds
“Make It Drop” is a representation of some of the more high energy styles of trap and beat music that I play out in my sets. I combined some of my favorite elements of vocal based beat music in the first drop, then went as high energy as I could take the piece on the second drop. I often find myself only playing the first drop in a club scenario, or only play the second drop in a festival set - the track is a great representation of the different boundaries of the Dr. Fresch brand in a live sense.