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Hungarian bangers Tit & Clits have been busy recently, not only are they about to release a new track called Pillpopper, they have a great remix from Hoaxx of their ‘Epic Run’ track.

They have also been commissioned to write the opening title theme for US documentary film The Electro Wars, which premieres tomorrow at the Miami Winter Music Conference.

The Hoaxx remix is fantastic – no other words are necessary.

TITS & CLITS – EPIC RUN (HOAXX REMIX) by HOAXX

We also have a remix of their new track which features Australian singer Becci, it’s being released on Miami-based Gigabeat Records (through Bombeatz) and is available on Beatport.

The single comes with a whopping 11 remixes, featuring reworks by US electro-legend Tommie Sunshine and masked British wonkster Mr. Wonk, plus remix competition winners the Milk Brothers.

Tits & Clits – Pillpopper (Malo’s El Guapo Remix)

[podcast]http://www.mediafire.com/file/zzykrzmyttg/Tits&Clits-Pillpopper(MALO’s_el_Guapo_remix).mp3[/podcast]

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You can watch the trailer of The Electro Wars below,here a little explanation from the creator. “It is unquestionable that the Electro genre has reached a broader American audience in the last two years. I am determined to document the scene and its participants, show the inner workings of the genre and what it will eventually evolve into.

“The notion to document this genre was conceived in 2008 after reading a blog post with the same title ‘Electro Wars’ featured on the Hipster Runoff. The post was a sarcastic outlook on electro/house artists in the United States and Europe, and their impact on mainstream music here in the United States. I found a substantial concept within the snarky commentary and decided to assemble these “electro soldiers”.

“It seems that every other day a new remix is popping up on the blogosphere, how does this affect marketing for other independent artists? Do they welcome the remixes or oppose them? Is music overload possible? What will eventually happen when all these budding producers grab a hold of a Pro Tools tutorial and develop their own remixes week in and week out? Will the remix itself become obsolete? Will original tracks have to step up to the forefront rather than recede into the background? Themes of this nature are explored in the film.”

Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.