J-DUB! - Podcast Episode 8 by J-DUB! published on 2013/11/06 09:55:14 +0000 Welcome to Episode 8 of The J-Dub-Cast! The monthly podcast where I feature a lot of the new music that i'm really loving at the moment, along with some classics and some of the songs that are really working in my sets right now! This edition of the podcast is pretty much a summary of what my live sets are like this month with all the tracks that I am really digging! Like . Share . Enjoy FREE DOWNLOAD! *For promo use only* www.djjdubmusic.com LIKE : facebook.com/djjdubmusic TRACKLIST: Countdown - Hardwell & MakJ Kill The Robots (Joel Fletcher Remix) - Dirt Cheap feat. Seany B Twerk - Miley Cyrus Get Ready (Steve Aoki Remix) - 2 Unlimited Work Bitch - Britney Spears Shakedown - Joel Fletcher & SCNDL Weekends!! - Skrillex feat. Sirah Sparta - Komes, G-Wizard, Pantheon [Out on beatport on November 8th] Eat Sleep Rave Repeat - Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr Indigo - JDG Still wicked (MAKJ Edit) - Firebeatz & Schella vs. Dr.Dre vs. Milk N Cookies Sometimes - Hook N Sling Killer - 360 (Joel Fletcher Remix) Biggie Bounce (TWRK Remix) - Diplo ft. Travis Porter & Angger Dimas Money In Da Bank (Caked Up Twerk Remix) - Swizz Beatz DJ Turn It Up - Yellow Claw Slow Down - DJ Snake & Yellow Claw & Spanker Shout (Gummy Trap Remix) - The Isley Brothers Jumper (Riot Ten Trap Edit) - Hardwell & W&W Kernkraft 400 (MakJ Jumper Bootleg) Stay The Night - Zedd ft. Hayley Williams Hey Ho - Kronic & Krunk Amosphere (Hook N Sling Remix) - Kaskade Copyright Statement: This track is not intended to infringe any copyright laws in any way. This is for the sole purpose of entertainment; no profit is gained from this. It is the copyrighted property of its respective owners. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.