Just had to drop this one in as our homie (& of course Switch’s as he’s signed to his dubsided label) and GENERATION BASS contributor drops a mix for the cool dudes over there at THE FADER.
Here’s what they say:
Bay Area producer/DJ Sticky K whipped up this mix of his hottest remixes and original tracks especially for us—a healthy sampling of his mastery of synths you can bite into, and the kind of creative drummy reworking that landed him a coveted spot in Switch’s heart (and on his label). This mix includes his take on Major Lazer, Crookers, Larry Tee and Drop the lime, plus his own tracks—the single “Bandari Funk” has had a crucial spot in our workouts as of late, and he recently broke down the Persian origins of Bandari (and his cheeky reference to it) over at Generation Bass. On the “Sweet n’ Sticky” mix though, the historical falls away for the purely visceral, house crunches whipping into a heavy bass frenzy.
Download: Sticky K, “Sweet n’ Sticky Summer Mix”
Major Lazer – Jump Up ft. Supahype (Sticky K remix)
Larry Tee – Let’s Make Nasty (Sticky K remix)
Crookers – Para de Grahcina ft. MC Leka (Sticky K remix)
Sticky K – The Weirdo
Sticky K – Bandari Funk
Act Yo Age – Night of the Hornheadz ft. Drop the Lime (Sticky K remix)
Sticky K – The Testament of Dr. Mabuse