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Back on podcast duties, Jon Pegnato, professionally known as Hot Mouth, follows up his official remix of Icona Pop’s ‘I Love It‘ with episode three of his monthly ‘Totally Worth It’ podcast. Mixing new with old and tech with peak-time tracks, Pegnato’s latest mix showcases an eclectic selection of tracks from the likes of Arno Cost, Koen Groeneveld, TJR, Mason, PeaceTreaty, Wolfgang Gartner as well as a trip down memory lane with the inclusion of Hook N Sling’s timeless remix of ‘Ghostship’ and more.

Tracklist:

01. Mason – Animat
02. Prok & Fitch, Juan Kidd – Placebo
03. Wolfgang Gartner – Welcome Back
04. Bobby Burns – Next
05. Marco V – 10pm
06. Arno Cost – Lifetime
07. Deadmau5 – Superlimial
08. Pocket808 feat. Nathan Hudson – Ghostship (Hook N Sling Remix)
09. Alex Kenji & Mark Mendes- Bom
10. Koen Groeneveld – Ditsjz
11. TJR – Ode To Oi
12. Superfunk – Ragga MC 2012 (Superfunk Reboot Mix)
13. Hot Mouth feat. Chris James – Totally Worth It (PeaceTreaty Remix)
14. Kyle Watson – Rumbles (Tom EQ)

Already attributed to a slew of heavyset club offerings for 2012, rising Dim Mak regulars Josh Anaya and Angelo Patino-Patroni, better known to the world as PeaceTreaty, follow up latest single ‘In Time’ alongside Anabel Englund with a free giveaway of their remix for Hot Mouth’s ‘Totally Worth It‘. Loaded with bass and playing comfortably with Chris James’ raspy voice, the duo mix proficient synth work and minimalistic, low-end drops to mark one of their biggest releases to date with considerable style.

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Setting the tone ahead of his upcoming remix of Tommy Trash’s ‘Blair Bitch Project‘, Hot Mouth continues his onslaught of forward-thinking gems with a remix of Icona Pop’s ‘I Love It’.

Led by the distinctive vocal stylings of the Swedish duo, Peganto uses his Electro persuasion to craftily weave a subtle undertone of grinding floor-fuel into the more straight-laced original. Mixing up the more predictable Electro sound scope with dotted lead play and discordant interludes, Hot Mouth’s take makes for a language far more convincing than that of the radio-friendly original.

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Loud, proud and heralding signings to Rising Music and Dim Mak alike, LA’s Jon Pegnato hits back under his fast rising Hot Mouth alias with the second episode of his Totally Worth It podcast series for 2012. Off the heels of last month’s strong first instalment, the second coming of his familiar peak time get-up proves more than just an online flush-out of the Beatport top 10. Fusing fresh cuts from John Dahlback, Martin Garrix and Julian Jordan alongside a host of well-established crowd pleasers and remixes alike, his take on Tommy Trash’s ‘Blair Bitch Project’ signs of yet another indicator that between his upfront knack for productions and outgoing club set, Hot Mouth looks to be a force to be reckoned with on the approach to 2013.

Tracklist:

01. Madeon – Icarus [Popcultur]
02. Deadmau5 – Bad Selection [Mau5trap]
03. Axwell, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso & Laidback Luke – Get Dumb
04. John Dalhback – Get Wild [Mixmash]
05. Gregor Salto & Chocolate Puma – Gimme Sum [Pssst]
06. Hey Sam & Butters – DOPE SH!T (Will Sparks Remix) [Suckmusic]
07. Julian Jordan & Martin Garrix – BFAM [Spinnin] (Edit)
08. Tom Staar – Galaxy [Moda]
09. Jacques Lu Cont – In The Night [Bromance]
10. Hard Rock Sofa & St. Brothers – Blow Up [Axtone] w/ Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream (Acapella)
11. Zedd & Lucky Date feat. Ellie Goulding – Fall Into The Sky [Interscope]
12. Nom De Strip & Hatiras – Saucy [Hatiras]
13. Tom Staar – Cheyenne [Kindergarten]
14. Mightyfools – Vega (Modek’s Hyper Mix) [Lektroluv]
15. Tommy Trash – Truffle Pig [Fool's Gold]
16. Peo De Pitte, Nom De Strip – Big Knobbler [Rising]
17. John Dahlback – What’s Up Now [Rising]
18. Tommy Trash – Blair Bitch (Hot Mouth Remix) [Dim Mak]

An increasingly prominent player among American club land, LA Riot’s Hot Mouth follows on from a year of integral club mongering by taking on the defining stylings of Tommy Trash and last year’s single ‘Blair Bitch Project’.

Unveiled on the latest episode of Trashed Radio, Jon Pegnato dark and synth driven rework drives a tight and quality sense of fresh energy to the already accomplished offering from Australia’s premium Electro export. By far one of the most distinguished remixes to Peganto’s industry belt this year, upfront Electro without the repetitive commodities is evidently still at the forefront of Hot Mouth’s promising push forward.

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Amid a summer of mixed club cuts and an overarching emphasis on the festival crowd, the rising Electro moniker of Jon Pegnato known formally on the floor as Hot Mouth turns his finely tuned studio dialect to fellow LA beat mongers LAZRtag’s ‘Let Me See Those Hands’.

Pumped with the same tectonic charm that saw Chris Lake’s Rising Music imprint embrace his tightly woven club cuts, Peganto’s stubborn lead play is matched with a heavyset of mechanical beats that command aural observation from the outset. In an age where the influence of a peak time number remains crucial to the widespread Dance resurgence, this quirky take on the familiar genre corroborates the rising infamy of this 21st century Electro crusader.

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LAZRtag – Let Me See Those Hands (Hot Mouth Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

In a bid to continue to pursue his career outside of LA Riots as Hot Mouth, the aftermath of his remix of ‘French Rules‘ sees Jon Pegnato present further testament to his eccentric take on Electro House. Teaming up with The Veldt-vocalist Chris James, Los Angeles based Pegnato brings proceedings to Chris Lake’s Rising Music yet again to follow up his two track ”Habits EP” with the release of ‘Totally Worth It’ along with a groove induced remix from Federico Scavo.

Already brandishing heavy support from the likes of Fedde le Grand amongst others, Pegnato’s production proficiency gracefully ornaments Chris James’ soulful voice with twisted chords and wobbly bass to wet your appetite ahead of the still eagerly awaited release of his collaboration alongside Chris Lake, Nom De Strip and Good Charlotte-vocalist Benjamin Madden.

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Hot Mouth feat. Chris James – Totally Worth It
Hot Mouth feat. Chris James – Totally Worth It (Federico Scavo Remix)

In a bid to continue to pursue his career outside of LA Riots as Hot Mouth, the aftermath of his remix of ‘French Rules‘ sees Jon Pegnato present further testament to his eccentric take on Electro House. Teaming up with The Veldt-vocalist Chris James, Los Angeles based Pegnato brings proceedings to Chris Lake’s Rising Music yet again to follow up his two track ”Habits EP.”

Already brandishing heavy support from the likes of Fedde le Grand amongst others, Pegnato’s production proficiency gracefully ornaments Chris James’ soulful voice with twisted chords and wobbly bass to wet your appetite ahead of the still eagerly awaited release of his collaboration alongside Chris Lake, Nom De Strip and Good Charlotte-vocalist Benjamin Madden.

Set for release July 23rd via Rising Music.

Hot Mouth feat. Chris James – Totally Worth It

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Outside of his affiliations with La Riots, Jon Peganto’s Hot Mouth moniker has continued to strike waves in the dotted Electro House. Handed the reins for Sebastien Drums latest vocal offering for Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records, however, the LA native and longstanding stateside stomper gives the House orientated groover ‘French Rules’ a typically American facelift right in time for the impending summer festival season.

Still inherently led by a formative top line courtesy of soulful homeland peer Niles Mason, Peganto uses his Electro persuasion to craftily weave a subtle undertone of grinding floor-fuel into the more straight-laced original with maximal energy. Mixing up the more-predictable Electro sound scope with dotted lead play and inherently discordant interludes, Hot Mouth beckons a far stronger backbone to this otherwise traditionally European offering from Sanchez’s esteemed imprint.

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Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules (Hot Mouth Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

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