viernes, 22 de abril de 2011


Exclusive Featured Releases
The debut album from Audiofly has been a long time coming. The duo has spent the last nine years crafting percussive tech house and deeper house goodness - yet have waited until now to present their first official full length. Get Physical has released the album, an incredible 11-track (and 1 full DJ mix) collection of perfectly placed house and tech house sounds, with a relentless groove and soul-drenched vibe across the entire release.
Audiofly | Get Physical Music
Wall Recordings is back yet again with another electro monster. Boss man Afrojack is in no shortage of signing the biggest, baddest electro house club hits. Making his first appearance on Wall, R3hab brings you his new hit "The Bottle Song," which has been getting lots of attention. With a huge driving electro main synth and a dope melodic breakdown, this tracks has a little something for everyone.
R3hab | Wall Recordings
House diva Kim English's "Treat Me Right," hand-picked from the Nervous vault of classics from the '90s, receives a proper club thumpin' mix from Carlos Fauvrelle, the biggest producer to hit the global circuit with his roots tied to the fruitful Portuguese electronic music scene. Kim's classic vocals with original and dub mixes are balanced among the chunky beats and piano stabs, bringing this tune right back into the swing of things.
Kim English | Nervous Records
Following a slew of great releases for their new imprint Exone, the Exercise One boys return to their original musical stomping grounds of Mobilee Records with a double header of tech-soaked goodness. The release is a dark and moody dance floor EP with all the right ingredients to build the crowds up into a sweat-soaked frenzy of party satisfaction. "Fantasy Camp" is geared around relentless loops and heavy synths, while "Immersed" is a deeper, calmer affair - yet equally as powerful on the floor.
Exercise One | Mobilee Records
After a hot streak, it seems Christian Burkhardt went into a quiet phase. Fortunately, it looks like that phase has ended due to his latest (and highly anticipated) release finally arriving to the world of DJs and music lovers. Returning to his friends at Raum...Musik, Christian has unleashed "Bass Horse," consisting of four brand new tracks of all killer, no filler tech house magic. Percussive, heavy on the effects and downright funky club music which will guarantee a proper crowd response.
Christian Burkhardt | Raum...Musik.
Six slammin' house tracks handpicked by the S-Man. Muzzaik feat. Dave Martin kicks off the package with Tromp. Class "A" rated tech house material, with support from the likes of: Thomas Gold, Austin Leeds (Starkillers), Graham Sahara, John Jones, Prok & Fitch, Filthy Rich, Manuel de La Mare and many more. Nino Anthony's "Luvrock" will find the way on electro floors, and Paolo Aliberti's "Born To Fly" is a great production. Don't miss out.
Various Artists | Stealth Records
Just ahead of their debut LP, D-Nox & Beckers drop a pulsating technoid jam complete with a remix from Tronic label boss, Christian Smith. "My Voice" is centered around a heavily effected, looping vocal refrain that is surrounded by rushing builds, bubbling synths and pin-sharp beats. Label boss Christian Smith turns in a funked up and thunderous tech house version. Gently percussive and relentlessly groovy. A promising example of what to expect from the duo's forthcoming album.
D-Nox | Beckers | Tronic
The next release on Hardwell's very own Revealed Recordings is set for big moments on the floor, giving big rooms that typical twitch of melody, representing the Hardwell sound in its full glory. Powerful synths, bulky beats and playful feel-goodness come together in this new progressive house anthem. Remix support comes from the almighty Dada Life.
Hardwell | Revealed Recordings
"Music Is Awesome" is a hit in the making, complete with all the necessary ingredients to win the love of both the inebriated punters on the dancefloor and the chin-stroking music elite hanging out backstage. Big banging electro house action with rough and rugged rave sounds throughout - the original is strong enough to stand on its own. However, remixes from Cosmin TRG, Boys Noize, Feadz & Bonaparte guarantee this release will end up in your playlist.
Housemeister | Boysnoize Records
Andrew Guyvoronsky (aka Tripmastaz), a skilled up-and-coming talent out of Russia has been scooped up by Magnetic Recordings for his first release, "Roll Dat." This release has it all, from knockin' Chicago House from the big dog himself DJ Sneak and stripped down tech house from "Dice"...Loco Dice that is. The hook will steal your mind and move your soul...so get up on it and "Roll That Sh*t" out.
Tripmastaz | Magnetic Recordings

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