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DJ-Follower's Daily Dose of Free Tunes: MAKJ, Griz and eekkoo

00:00 Nov/30/1999

The start of the week edition of Daily Dose is definitely headlined by GRiZ, but also complimented by a MAKJ remix and an original by eekkoo. Great variety at display as well, from glitchy hip hop to electro house to progressive house - get pumped, the week's only started!

Reminder: these tracks are the courtesy of the artist. Sort of creative commons that you are supposed to share, mix and remix as you please. Nevertheless, we urge you to support the artists by acquiring their other releases and going to the shows! Enjoy, and grab them while you can

Miami Music Week's a showcase festival which seems to fuel a lot of new projects, friendships and label deals. MAKJ got to express his fondness of the Belgian electronic sup Sound of Stereo, that he really-really likes 'Zipper'. So they gave him the stems of the track so he could remix it. Hardwell's shown this one support on his radio show, although to no surprise - this is one thight electro house tune for you,here!

Want to know who's the only person deadmau5 follows on Soundcloud? Well, turn your attention to this original mix by his fellow Canadian producer eekkoo for the answer. Also, if you're looking to find out how progressive house really sounds like, you should refer to this track not those of people usually consider to fall under the category. 'Old Castle' delivers a chord progression after progression, with a bit of a sinister feel to it,

GRiZ will do the intro for this one: “New GRiZ single “Gettin’ Live” from my upcoming second record with myself playin sax and my homie Muzzy on the guitar lead!!! Free download!! Click like, share, repost, etc! Show love spread love! I just started my HUGE spring tour all across the country. See all the venues and festivals that I am hitting now through summer at my website.

I will only say that this one's the headline of the day for me, I'll be getting my groove on to this during the following week. Enjoy!

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