The last time you heard of the name Vato Gonzalez here on the Control Plan, we brought you his cataclysmically catchy club-banger Badman Riddim (Jump), which featured the ever-so-hype Foreign Beggars. Well now, a few days before we welcome the new year, Radio Control Plan brings you an exclusive little 2-track EP entitled Remember The 60′s, Vato’s own little shoutout to the days of peace, love and bellbottom jeans. The EP features two dubstep remixes of some very famous 60s smash hits, and both tracks are worth having in your New Years Rager playlist. Check them out after the jump.
Motherfuckin’ Dutch house is back. Vato Gonzalez brings the heat with Foreign Beggars, who you should know through their recent collaborations with none other than Skrillex, such as Still Gettin’ It or Scatta.This track samples Japanese ‘Kaijuu’ (read: Godzilla) movies for the driving synth, in particular that one scene in all of those movies where the big monster approaches a city and is about to, quite bluntly put, fuck shit up. Basically, this song is the monster, your party is the city, and things are about to get entirely out of hand. Big ups to Foreign Beggars for their usual super-hype, unintelligible raps that still manage to sound catchy as hell.