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EDM Sauce: The Spice #37 ft. GLOWINTHEDARK & T3nbears

Hey everyone, and welcome back once again with another episode of our podcast series ‘The Spice'. This is definitely a great time to know about EDM Sauce. Great music filtering in left and right from our 50k celebration on Facebook. Again, I have another great mix lined up today from GLOWINTHEDARK & T3NBEARS. They've just recently released a collaboration track with Danny Howard last week titled, “MUG”. You can take a listen here.

‘Mug’ is the new cut by Danny Howard, GLOWINTHEDARK & T3nbears. The result is an engaging, incredibly well produced and original track. Throwing around some British male vocal samples lift this to awesome heights. ‘Now this is the kind of bassline that will F*ing do you’! This is a great track and has been gaining support from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3hab, and more.

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:: Mix Tracklist ::
 
GLOW Mix:
 
1.Vato Gonzalez – Volfied Riddim (Original Mix)
2.David Guetta, Skylar Grey VS Flippers – Shot Of Trombone
(GLOWINTHEDARK SMASH-UP!)
3.Hix – Alarma (Original Mix)
4.Congorock – Seth (Original Mix)
5.Tritonal, Paris Blohm, Sterling Fox – Colors (Original Mix)
6.Deniz Koyu – Ruby (Original Mix)
7.Dannic – Lion (Original Mix)
8.AN21, Dimitri Vangelis, Wyman – Rebel (Original Mix)
 
T3nbears:
 
1.Deorro – Naa (Original Mix)
2.GLOWINTHEDARK, Danny Howard, T3NBEARS – MUG feat. T3NBEARS (Original Mix)
3.Simon Shoe, Zac Waters, Peece – International (Jason Risk Remix)
4.Style Of Eye, Soso – Kids (Extended)
5.Afrojack & Shermanology – Can't Stop Me (R3hab & Dyro Remix)
6.Pelari – Rave (original Mix)
7.Kitsch 2.0, Ken Roll – Drunk! (Original Mix)

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