Graveyard Radio AIRED once again this weekend on, where we played you an exclusive mix from the one and only GETTOBLASTER! This mix was a huge deal for our humble collective, and we didn’t want to make you guys wait long for this one before we dropped it! This mix was courtesy of Uriah G Presents. We are very grateful for the hook-up on this one.

Gettoblaster consists of Paul Anthony (Chicago) and Zach Bletz (Detroit). In their production and style, they have both managed to blend the old school sounds influenced by their home cities, with a updated twist that absolutely wrecks dancefloors. They are one of the hottest DJ duos in the country right now. I can’t count how many original bangers and remixes they’ve dropped this year. Gettoblaster has released a massive amount of tracks on many different labels, including Dirty Bird Records and Defected. They also have recently started a new label called Aliens on Mushrooms. If you have not already, we suggest reading up on them. Check out their extensive bio at Resident Advisor.

The mix runs approximately an hour and six minutes and showcases 15 club stomping tracks. Opening up with newly released (Oct. 7) and absolutely dirty party anthem, Booze and Pills by Amine Edge & DANCE and Prok & Fitch, it immediately sets the tone of the set. The first track then transitions to Gettoblaster’s collaboration with Any Rivera and DJ Skip on Southside Groove from 2014’s We Jack The Album, creating an epic intro. The mix never loses this energy. Another real treat is in Gettoblaster’s Ten Thousand Watts that’s been inclued in the set. After not being able to find it on Spotify or Google, I’m assuming this track has not been released yet. It’s definitely the appitomy of old school warehouse vibes, giving you that perfect blend of Chicago House, and Detroit Techno. The set also includes tracks from Sirus Hood, Dennis Quin, Ian Pooley, and many more! You can see the full track list on our SoundCloud with the mix.

Gettoblaster just came off a huge summer tour and shows no signs of slowing down as far as gigs. They have a good size string of dates now through the end of the year, with more to be added. If these guys come to your city, it’s definitely not something you want to miss.