Get Up Recordings kicks off the New Year with a bang with "Beat and a Blur" from label-founders, House of Stank. They introduce a different side to their list of production work with this lush, heavy-bottomed, rolling bass track. The tune is packed with dubby key hits, heavy beats, and monotone spoken vocals that culminate into a spacey groove of melodic chords, well suited for big and small floors alike. NYC-based DJs, Christy Love and W. Jeremy, collectively known as House of Stank, began in March 2006 with a weekly Wednesday party called "STANK", which played host to many of house musics most influential figures, including Cajmere (a.k.a. Green Velvet), Glenn Underground, Ron Carroll, Mark Grant and the legendary Wild Pitch Acid maestro and monthly co-resident, DJ Pierre. In 2007, they began producing original music and their debut and sophomore tracks, "Baby Brain" and "4 Tha Freaks", were released on DJ Pierres label, Afro Acid Digital. In the following years, they released, "Make U Jack" and "Get Up, Yeah!" on Dust Traxx Chicago, as well as setting up Get Up Recordings in 2010. House of Stank has remixed such artists as Larry Tee, Easy Street, Thee-O & Merlyn Martin and The 2 Bears.The first remix comes from NYC producer, DJ and visual artist, Gavin Russom, best known for his musical projects, The Crystal Ark and LCD Soundsystem. Gavins take on "Beat and a Blur" is a journey into electronic dance sprinkled with Detroit Techno. The next remix comes from Jason Kendig, resident DJ at San Franciscos Honey Sound System, who is also known for his production work with Andy Butler of Hercules and Love Affair on the MR. INTL. label and his recent remix for Stereogamous single, "Face Love Anew". Originally from Detroit, Kendig uses his native influence to create a beautiful version accented with warped mechanical bleeps. Lastly, Germanys own Snuff Crew, whose production roster includes releases for labels such as Rush Hour, Skint, Playhouse and International Deejay Gigolo Records, goes all out with an old school remix using driving 808 beats and squelching acid hits. The masked boys, who have played highly acclaimed live shows in world-famous venues like Berghain (Berlin), Womb (Tokyo), Solyanka (Moscow), Social Club (Paris) and at amazing festivals like Wire (Yokohama), close out this well-rounded package.