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Skrillex Features New SNAILS On OWSLA Radio; Diplo Drops Jack U Opener On Good Enuff [LISTEN]

by Alexandria Wojcik   Apr 27, 2016 08:40 AM EDT

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After throwing down another massive headlining set at Coachella together as Jack U, both Skrillex and Diplo continued to share new music with the masses all weekend long. The former featured brand-spanking-new tracks from none other than SNAILS on the seventh episode of his OWSLA Radio Beats 1 show; the latter finally dropped the previously unidentified Jack U opener, now known as up-and-comer Donald Buck's "Bloodclat," via his new Mad Decent sub-label Good Enuff.

For the jam-packed Coachella Weekend 2 episode of OWSLA Radio, Skrillex was joined on the air by SNAILS and AC Slater. During the two-hour-long show, they dropped hand-selected cuts by What So Not, Josh Pan, Getter, Ghastly, Kandy and Jai Wolf just to name a few.

SNAILS, who also performed at the Indio, California event, was joined onstage at Coachella by Skrillex during the first weekend, so it is only fitting that the "Bangarang" producer returned the favor soon thereafter with a heavy feature on his Beats 1 radio show. One highlight includes the new SNAILS collaboration with Botnek called "Waffle House," which is due to be released via OWSLA in the near future, Run The Trap reports.

The Vomitstep producer also shared two other new IDs: one with Space Laces and another with Dion Timmer. Listen to the full show, and keep an ear out for those heavy-hitting new cuts, below.

Meanwhile, Diplo has offered up a free download of Donald Buck's "Bloodclat," EDM Sauce reports. If Buck doesn't ring a bell, the track itself will: in a statement on Good Enuff's Soundcloud, the Mad Decent label lead notes that the previously unidentified track was sitting at No. 4 on the "most heard" chart on 1001tracklistings.com at the time of posting.

The statement accompanying the tune explains: "If you've been to a Jack U set over the past month or two you've most likely lost your mind to this track." Stream "Bloodclat" below.

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