El Bomba is back with The Latin Lockdown EP on a brand new label – Breakerz Banquet Records. Grab your tequila and sombrero as he delivers 4 latin flava dance-floor bullets 100% ready for the summer. Check the previews here and cop it later this month when it’s released.
Category Archives: Audio
01 – 1min ID
02 – 07:12 Unknown
03 – 12:42 A.M.C – Spend More Time With Me (Deeper Dub)
04 -16:11 Jesus Soblechero – Ail
05 – 21:41 David Granha – What If We
06 – 28:52 Timid Boy – Wire (Higher Edit)
07 – 34:18 Sergio Sergi – Waiting For You (Pana Remix)
08 – 38:23Unknown
09 – 40:23 Escape feat. Daudi Matsiko – Just Escape (Justin Martin Remix) [AUS] 10 – 46:03 Francesco Parla – Sleep Walking
11 – 50:43 Dennis Cruz – Fake Party
12 – 55:19 Unknown
Tracklist:[00:00] – The Anjunadeep Edition Intro
[01:00] – Soulcircuit ft. Chloe Curran – The Good Light
[08:07] – Jonas Rathsman – Wolfsbane
[14:04] – Howling – Signs
[18:32] – Jose Gonzalez – This Is How We Walk On The Moon (Isaac Tichauer Remix)
[24:56] – Drewxhill – You Won’t Leave my Head
[29:42] – Escape ft. Daudi Matsiko – Just Escape (Justin Martin Remix)
[35:01] – Applebottom – Top Knott Wut
[36:46] – Friend Within – The Talk
[42:03] – Christian Piers – Beat Wiser (Original Mix)
[46:05] – Lxury – Neighbour
[49:30] – Fineart – Ruffnek
[53:22] – Camelphat ft. A*M*E – Paradigm
Celebrating their first anniversary Submarine Vibes presents a very special release called “Art in Quadrat” by the Berlin based Greek producer, Arara. This release also features remixes by Powel, Ki.Mi. and Sergio Sergi.
“Art in Quadrat” is simple tune with an extremely catchy melody followed by a bouncy, dancing rhythm. This combination of deep sounds and specific tonalities is peppered with stable rhythmic lines.
The biggest hit of the release is the remix by German producer Powel who takes us on a deep and long journey, creating visions of sunrises and sunsets with it’s unusual harmony. This remix had solid support and the official video directed by Lamija Alhasan is available to watch on the SEKOIA Youtube channel: http://youtu.be/XKpdvBYhSKM
This EP has support from by Jonas Saalbach, Addex, Miss Soulfly, Aaryon, Kosmas Epsilon, Marc Poppcke, Pisetzky, Dan Marciano, Jelly For The Babies etc. It’s also managed to find it’s way to the first page of Beatports Deep House Staff Picks.
Artwork is by Rikardo Druskic, a graphic artist from Sarajevo, who also gave a unique edge to this release.
Watch out for a re-design of the artwork and a big video EP on spring.
RÖYKSOPP – “I HAD THIS THING”(JORIS VOORN REMIX)
Jamie Irrepressible’s lullaby-infused whispering voice sits a top the Dutch producers signature rhythmic framework, arguably redefining the current dance floor aimed remix approach in favor of layered emotion where Joris’s textured synths and acoustic subtleties are as soft and supple as they are comforting.
With over two decades worth of live performances and an ever-increasing discography to his name reaching from atmospheric interludes to broken beats, Voorn continues to have little boundary in his melodic explorations. With a sound both identifiable and individual, the past decade has seen countless re-edits anonymously sneaking around the Internet for months and sometimes years on end and as we edge further into 2015 Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp’s poignant single goes under the remix knife.
Voorn clearly has a wide range of instrumental talent at his disposal; the genius of creating music that’s by turn as adventurous and as sweetly accessible as a pop song.
Though Joris’s remix techniques as demonstrated with “I Had This Thing” taken from the Norwegian outfits latest album “The Inevitable End” soothing in timbre and placid in pace, his production efforts and unique results continue to impress and position him brightly amongst the identities of electronic music innovators as a key talent.
Joris Voorn’s remix of “I Had This Thing” will be released 9th March through Green.
AVOTRE, the label dedicated to fresh and contemporary club sounds, is proud to present a retrospective of hits from German Sidney Charles. Collecting together the Hamburg producer’s finest moments, the mix compilation takes in originals, remixes and collaborations with the likes of label boss Santé, Pan-Pot, Hot Since 82, Patrick Topping and many more.
In recent times, German DJ and producer Sidney Charles has become one of the most charted artists on RA thanks to his always killer and infectious tracks on labels like Hot Creations, House Gangster and Moda Black as well as AVOTRE. As well as that, he held down resident duties at Sankeys Ibiza in some style this summer and those peerless DJ experiences clearly inform his groovy, bass driven productions, as this compilation proves.
Entitled House Lessons, that’s just what the mix is, a 360 degree view of modern house music, from the bumpy, vibe setting opener to the bouncy, shuffling garage inflections of ‘Drama’ via the jacking Darius Syrossian remix of ‘Housin Tha Rave.’ Mixed perfectly tightly and always following an increasingly energetic narrative arc, the mix then takes in full on retro rave stabs, slick and sliding tech house from masters of the form Luna City Express and then dips into deeper, more bubbling and New York influenced house music.
Midway through the mix and fully settled into an inviting groove, unhinged and playful originals like ‘Nuts,’ ‘Psyjack’ and ‘Horny’ sandwich raw, though tech from Patrick Topping and face melting bangers from Pan Pot as remixed by Sidney himself. The latter half of the mix keeps up the pressure and features shadowy, no nonsense collaborative tracks by Sante and Sidney as well as dynamic and techno leaning solo gems like ‘Silky Thread’ and the whacked out post-dubstep rhythms of closer ’Disco Nap’.
Available to buy now – https://pro.beatport.com/release/house-lessons/145936
Artist: Sidney Charles
Cat No: AV-CD002
Released: 23 February 2015
1 Sidney Charles – House Lesson Intro
2 Sidney Charles – Drama
3 Sidney Charles – Stripped Tease
4 Sidney Charles – Housin Tha Rave (Darius Syrossian Remix)
5 Sidney Charles – Accepting The Past (Luna City Express Remix)
6 HS82 – Pound Your Soul (Sidney Charles Remix)
7 Sidney Charles – Rumpshaker
8 Sidney Charles – Nuts
9 Sidney Charles feat. HM – 303 Love Story (Patrick Topping Remix)
10 Sidney Charles – Psyjack
11 Sidney Charles – Horny
12 Pan-Pot – Kepler (Sidney Charles Remix)
13 Sidney Charles – Cave Rave (Kalyde Remix)
14 Sidney Charles & Santé – TXL
15 Sidney Charles – Silky Thread
16 Sidney Charles – Disco Nap
Tracklisting:[00:00] – The Anjunadeep Edition Intro
[01:00] – Kiasmos – Lit
[06:13] – Esteble ft. Beatunique – Marlborough Sands
[14:11] – Gab Rhome – I’ve Changed My Scent for You (Original Mix)
[20:42] – Eli & Fur – Feel the Fire (Journeyman Remix)
[26:30] – Yoon – Boundaries (Jody Wisternoff Remix)
[31:13] – Ashworth – Whatever Weather (Original Mix)
[36:37] – Nimrod – My Life (16 Bit Lolitas Vocal Remix)
[44:59] – Dr Avalance – Solar Flares (Original Mix)
[50:13] – Asadinho & Ingrid Hakanson – Love Capacity (Death on the Balcony Dub)
[55:45] – Superpitcher – Delta
[1:01:45] – Whomadewho – Running Man (Dave DK Mix)
DMU025 – ‘Time To Jack’, comes from Rich Wakley this winter, with 2 originals and remixes by Raffa FL and Jey Kurnis to sweep the floor.
Leeds native Wakley has forged a career in house music spanning all its iterations: sometimes deep, sometimes techy and sometimes just plain house. He proves he has electronic music in his blood with various projects whether it’s topping the Beatport charts with releases on labels like Hot Creations or memorable sets performed around the world, from Tresor in Berlin,Space in Ibiza, Ultra in Miami and Ministry in London, to big festival stages at Burning Man, Sonar, Kazantip and Exit.
Right from the beginning Rich serves up a strong beat while he proceeds to lay out the essence house music both literally and figuratively. Raffa FL takes this into a deeper and wetter vibe with his remix of the title track.
Rich quickly dives deeper with second original, ‘Throwin Shapes’; making use of gritty bass and great synth work. A solid track with a very special vibe. Representing the other side of the scale, Jey Kurmis lightens the pressure a bit and delivers an itchy techhouse remix to balance out the EP nicely.
A1 Time To Jack (Original Mix)
A2 Throwin’ Shapes (Original Mix)
B1 Time To Jack (Raffa FL Remix)
B2 Throwin’ Shapes (Jey Kurmis Remix)
RELEASE DATE: 02.02.2015
FORMAT: Digital / Vinyl
GENRE: Deep House
Artwork by: Hannah Frances Art, Cardiff – UK
Since finding his home at ‘Le Pigallion’, Parisian dance music stalwart Phil Dark has gone from strength to strength. As creative director of the French club, Dark has become exceptionally well versed in the field of artistic curation and creation.
His latest three-tracker, out now on Future Relics, exhibits this aptitude greatly. “Morning in Pigalle” emerges not only as homage to the district itself, but as a direct reflection of emotions retained and moments lost.
The title track bubbles with a heavy garage feel. Scissored vocals spring through short gaps in the track’s erratic drum pattern as title is reaffirmed by a sun-up soundtrack, assured and confident in nature.
Marcelo Cura steps in to conclude affairs, with a stripped back midnight groove that rapidly builds in strain only to ‘release’ itself (as the vocal suggests), giving way to a myriad of high pitch toms rattling at frequencies beyond recognisability.
A seminal Parisian addition to an already seminal back catalogue, “Morning in Pigalle” moves its audience beyond the borders of its locale and into an international club territory of mutual respect, love and understanding.
The release is out now.
Droid Behaviour offshoot VRV is now only four releases in and is currently making almighty waves across the value-baron and overly-populated worldwide dance music landscape.
And Californian duo Raíz are by no small measure responsible.
Heading up the fourth release and fearlessly injecting a concoction of tastefully polished kicks and distorted hats into their tracks, Raiz stumble upon the most finely tuned club music of the last century.
Yet “Absence Of You” is no accident. Its assembly is calculated, its construction formulaic, but ultimately, its intention fulfilled. Three dark, mysterious, jacking club tracks rumble with threatening presence, a frantic and vigorous release already enjoying airplay from some of the world’s most well respected DJ’s.
Permanent Heartbreak, who aided in inaugurating the first VRV release, lend a hand on this one, too. And their influence shines through on track such as “With Me” and “Without You,” which serve to clearly juxtapose one another and appear to convey the same level of craftsmanship and sincerity as heard in previous releases.
As a whole, this EP is VRV’s strongest releases yet, proving that the label, and artists operating under it, are only heading in one direction: up.
The Digital release will be available on 3rd February 2015