viernes, 15 de abril de 2011


Exclusive Featured Releases
Brighton continues pumpin' out some of the best house producers. The gangster-rollin' Steve Angello nails this Miami Stormer for his Size label. With full support from Pete Tong and a list of the top dogs, both the original and Steve's edit lift the roof so hold this weapon back til it's time to unload.
Tim Mason | Size Records
With a tour schedule that most DJs would kill for, Rising Music boss man Chris Lake has teamed up with Nelski to bring us "Colours." While juggling all his tasks, he still finds time to produce quality records with some of the best in the biz. "Colours" is a funky new electro house tune with a catchy vocal that will surely make your body pop.
Chris Lake | Nelski | Rising Music
303 Scooped up a hot one with the Paco Maroto and David Herrero Remix of "Back To The House." The original has snappy shuffling snares and a heavy kick pullin it all together with funky bass, and a vocal preacher bit, "There is only house music." David Herrero, an emerging artist with his foot on the gas, raises Paco's blend of Balearic rhythms, dreamy vocal chants in the distance, enveloping the dance floor on this hot release.
Paco Maroto | 303Lovers
Guesthouse Music brought us a huge hit last year with DJ Mes and Sonny Fodera's "Wanna Do," and now label boss DJ Mes lands another popper with Jay Vegas. This pack of three weapons and two DJ tools are hedtonic disco house jams. Like a Roman candle in a champagne bottle, this EP lifted off the Miami sets for Dennis Ferrer, DJ Sneak, Tony Humphries, and many more. That sums it up. Now you listen.
Jay Vegas | Guesthouse Music
Already being hammered by everyone from Luciano, Deetron, Stacey Pullen and Robert Dietz, "Def Jams EP," the latest from Jordan Peak, is a four-track walloper of techno-tinted house music flavor. Chunky beats, old school bassline tones and an infectious party-starting groove are perfectly laid out across each and every track. Another winning release for Saved Records, designed specifically for the dancefloor - no doubt about it.
Jordan Peak | Saved Records
Winning Beatport's best track of 2010 with "Tarantula," Pleasurekraft returns with another irresistible, charismatic big room groove, already counting plays from the UK's biggest tastemakers, Radio 1's Pete Tong and Annie Mac. Great Stuff hosts their infectious sound with this cheeky little number full of galloping beats and off-beat bass that battle mischievously with synth brass, little stabs, electro leads, and more. Remixes from Jay Lumen, Heartik and Rainer Weichhold add a techy twist.
Pleasurekraft | Great Stuff Recordings
Fresh from a year that saw Kim Fai take the house music world by storm with his big productions, he returns to Toolroom with a double whammy in the shape of "Zen / Nano." "Zen" has all the hallmarks of a big summer anthem with big chords and an even bigger breakdown that will have the crowd reaching for the sky. "Nano" continues the progressive vibe, combining punchy beats with a plethora of intense melodies.
Kim Fai | Toolroom Records
Lee Curtiss has struck sonic gold with his latest release. "Candy" had been generating an insane amount of hype over the past few months, with an obvious peak during Miami music week, when it was dropped across numerous DJ sets. Finally, the record is available and ready for you to snatch up. An awesome blend between deep house, classic tech house and a hint of electro house makes "Candy" a unique future classic. Martin Buttrich provides the a lower-slung remix.
Lee Curtiss | Matt Tolfrey | Culprit
With music heavily played by Harvey, Tim Sweeney, Deetron, Tensnake and Maurice Fulton (among many others), it seems there is no explanation necessary of the disco-drenched powers of Phreek Plus One. "Phreek Party" is their long awaited debut album, and is jam packed with slow burning disco house numbers, soulful disco edged jams and of course funky and moving peak hour floor burners. An incredible album released just as the temperatures are starting to heat up.
Phreek Plus One | Compost
After an incredible start to 2011, Mord Fustang is back again and not a minute to soon, with his new jam "Lick The Rainbow," which has already been getting slammed on dancefloors by all the big electro jocks. With no shortage of dirty, crunchy electro synths, melodic riffs and dark, dirty baselines, this track is well on its way to anthem status.
Mord Fustang | Plasmapool

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