Ear Candy 

Mike MacLean, Co-owner & proprietor of Dirty Beats, Whistler’s only record store.

Five tracks I’ve got on repeat:

1. Drop It Down — Calibre featuring MC Fats

"Fats’ vocals bounce on top of Calibre’s dubbed out beats. Drum and bass any dance floor will love."

2. Fat Mama — Cedric Benoit & DJ Matsa

"Spaced-out future funk from the breakbeats tables at Lab Rok Records."

3. Submarines (Pendulum Remix) — DJ Fresh

"Pendulum lends their switched up drum patterns to a melodic drum and bass plate previously unreleased by DJ Fresh from Bad Company U.K."

4. Baby Boy (D-Region Remix) — Beyonce & Sean Paul

"Toronto’s D-Region lays down some funky dance floor drum and bass underneath the pop hit."

5. It Don’t Come Easy — Pixie featuring Rhallia

"Rhallia provides a haunting vocal that beautifully complements Pixie’s darkside breakbeats."

Ear Candy is a weekly column offering a glimpse into the local musical mindset.

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