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You Gotta Believe (Wes Smith’s Booty Juice Remix) | Out Now on Diablo Loco Records!

You can’t make this shit up friends…stoked for my latest effort wrapped around one of my fav Electric Soulside gems on Diablo Loco b/w of planet lucha libre:

DIABLO LOCO RECORDS is the new quality label focused on Tech-Funk, Electro-House, Tech-Breaks sound by top artists of the international scene. Inspired by the traditional Mexican wrestling culture and the famous Luchadores the label aim to deliver top class singles, remixes, compilations and design! Things are usually different in the Lucha Libre culture. WES SMITH actually was a Luchador who was active in the 1930s and 1940s better known by the name Tarzan Lopez. He was known as “Tarzan” because of his bodybuilder’s physique, and he made his professional debut in 1934 under the name Carlos Lopez and was soon recruited by trainer Gonzalo Avendano. His won his first title against Salvador Flores in 1936.

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His career ended early when requested a loan from Empressa Mexicana De La Lucha Libre, the owners of EMDLLL refused and an angry Lopez retired from business and never looked back again….but this is the common story….true story is that he was known as “Jugglernort” and he was a buff ex-Luchador disc jockey originating from Mexico.He got thrown in prison for “throwing beats” and he learned from then on how to “spin beats”. He still got a strong suplex he can perform on anyone who crosses his path…..and this is something You Gotta Believe!!!

The Crystal Method Features Dos Remixes from Wes Smith & The Juice Squad on Community Service Radio

The Crystal Method has a weekly radio show on Sirius XM called #CommunityServiceRadio in which they feature favorite tracks and remixes.  In episode #105 TCM dropped 2 jams from the crew.  They opened with “Drop That Bass (Wes Smith’s Califunkya Remix) by Macho.   The EP was released by our good friends @ Diablo Loco Records earlier this year and camped out for a minute in the Beatport Breaks Top 20.  The second jam featured about mid way through the episode was “Difference Feat. Franky Perez (Wes Smith & The Juice Squad Remix) by The Crystal Method.  Big shout to the TCM crew for all the support this year.  Images & Sound Links below.

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Drop That Bass by Macho (Wes Smith’s Califunkia Remix) | Out Now on Diablo Loco Records!

A recent trip across the pond results in another boombastic remix on Diablo Loco Records.  Wes Smith puts his Califunkia spin on Macho’s most recent effort entitled Drop That Bass.  The Jammy is featured on the Beatport Breaks must hear for Week 22 and popped on the Top 100 @ #73.  Big shout to all the #JuiceHedz helping The Juice Squad and Friends #BringBackThatFunk!

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