The Gettup by Justin Martin & Eats Everything is yet another bangin’ house release from the Dirtybird Players crew. Like most of the releases on Dirtybird, this track borders between tech and deep house. It’s got the vibes of a deeper track with that added punch and bass we’ve come to love from Dirtybird. The grinding bass and mini wobbles are also signature of the San Francisco based label. I encourage everyone to check out Justin Martin & Eats Everything’s prior Feather Fight EP. These guys are a dynamite production duo.
I saw this song posted up and before even hearing it, knew it would become a favorite of mine for the summer. The Martin Brothers, Justin and Christian, teamed up to take on the classic from fellow DirtyBird artists Kill Frenzy. Other artists, including Zombie Disco Squad, Plastician and Mark Starr remixed the track as well.
The original is one of my all time favorites, featuring a nasty little Moombahton breakdown in the middle of the song. The Martin Brothers deliver a killer remix here looping the vocals over the build of the track and then drop in a bassline you come to expect from these two. Do yourself a favor, and buy the full version of this remix. A teaser just won’t do.
The hottest song of the year is out. I’m more excited to bring you this song than any other I’ve blogged about before. Justin Martin is hands down one of my favorite producers of all time. Justin makes everything from deep groovy house to bangin breaks, so it isn’t that surprising he wanted to try his hand in a trap remix. Justin Martin chose well by taking the most recent release from arguably the hottest trap producer in the game, UZ. Justin transforms UZ’s Trap Shit V13 into a house tempo track that still contains everything you look for in a trap banger.
Check out the original and Justin Martin’s remix below:
When Eats Everything and Justin Martin collaborate, you shut up and listen. Two of the most highly acclaimed producers in the world getting together to make such beautiful music is a rare treat. The Feather Flight EP does not disappoint. The EP seamlessly blends Justin Martin’s bouncy basslines and dreamy melodies with the eclectic stylings of Eats Everything. Both tracks are beautiful contradictions- they are bangin but mellow, upbeat and laid back, trippy and in your face.
The title track of the EP, Feather Flight builds screamingly for the first couple minutes before dropping into bouncy bliss.
Harpy, the second track on the EP, is again an epic build into an almost dub-like groove that you never want to end.
New remix for you today from UK producer Eats Everything. This song combines elements from so many different genres within the electronic music world and blends them together flawlessly, which is what Eats Everything has become notable for doing. It also doesn’t hurt that he starts with a Justin Martin song. This is a must download.