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Diplo - Set It Off (Video)


 Diplo, has been creating innovative, positive music since forever. From the Hollertronix and Big Dada days to Mad Decent to working with pretty much everyone - there seems to be no end in sight. This now classic track is absolutely one of our favorites from his collection, a must listen:



Jack Ü ft. Kai: 'Mind' Remixes

Jack Ü continue with the evolution of their incredible debut album.  One of the biggest tunes on the record gets a series of remixes, and this track is one of our favourites.  The song features Kai on vocals, and this new release comes with remixes from Wiwek, Malaa, BASECAMP & Mark Johns, Ekali & Gravez, Happy Colors and Oshi.  This collection takes a brilliant track in a bunch of different directions, and it's yours free from Jack Ü


DIPLO's 'F1orida' Documentary!

Diplo's 2004 album 'Florida' seems like it's worlds away from his new work.  The record was re-released in 2014 as 'F1orida'.  This short film by Torres Korlofsky is an increasingly bizarre look at the evolution of one of the most vital artists of our era.  This is not your average music documentary.  Sit back, relax, and take in an entertaining, informative look at the evolution of the artist and the album.


DIPLO x Sleepy Tom 'Be Right There' Remixed by DJ Papi & DJ Sliink!

With this one Papi and Sliink twist up one of the bigger anthems in dance music lately, and push the Jersey club sound into the future.  'Be Right There' is the single from Diplo and Sleepy Tom, it's already had remixes from several of today's innovators, but none so adventurous as Papi and Sliink.  Within this you can hear the Jersey scene, and it's countless artists pushing each other to new creative heights, and blessing their listeners with new, wildly inventive sounds all the time... 


VIDEO: JACK Ü & Kai 'Mind'

Skrillex and Diplo released the latest Jack Ü video to celebrate the one year anniversary of the album.  The track is one of the biggest on the record, 'Mind' the duet with Skrillex & Kai.  The video is comprised of footage from countless shows over the last year, and the adventures in between.  It features appearances by some of the other artists that performed with them along the way.  This is the closest you can get to reliving the Full Flex Express shows.  The video is a masterpiece. It's directed by Liam Underwood, and you should definitely check out more of his work.