Every Friday, as the weekend approaches, Stereotude brings you the freshest mixes and remixes released during the prior seven days. This is Mixes and Remixes:
Keys N Krates continue to add to their impressive repertoire of poppy, bouncy trap-influenced party jams with the release of "All The time (Tove Lo Flip)." The Dim Mak-released trio have been steamrolling crowds with their full-band live performances. If they keep dropping killer tracks like this, they'll be on a fast track to the mainstream. This one's a free download!
Skream is giving away two heretofore-unreleased dubplates from back in the heady days of his dubstep phase (2012…all those years ago). If you're a UK Bass aficionado, don't get too excited -- He's still on the disco tip for the time being, but it's nice to have some new bangers to rinse.
Original Trap lords Flosstradamus have released their B⚠NNED 3D Mixtape and it's full of plurnt up dance floor destroyers. The duo made it to the second line of the Coachella lineup this year, so expect to see your little sister getting the fuck down to this pretty soon. Props for the non-ironic inclusion of RiFF RaFF. It's a whole half hour of trouble and it GOES IN around the 21-minute mark:
Last and least for this week: This weird-as-fuck bootleg of Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" was released by James Blake during his BBC Radio 1 mix yesterday. It is under his Harmonimix moniker, presumably because it is too bizarre and freaky to stick his actual name on. Is James Blake sipping purple drank?