Archive for June, 2013


Top Hat

Here is a great video clip from Monitor 66’s visit to Azerbaijan. The soundtrack to this awesome video is a remix of Richard Rossa that I somehow missed a few months ago. I say that because I follow Monitorr 66 closely. Their music “made for sunsets” is my idea of perfect carefree dance music with the right amount of bass. Enjoy this one. Happy Friday!

Richard Rossa – Top Hat (Monitor 66 Remix)

Love Like This

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KANT – That means “edge” in Danish. And edge basically refers to something unconventional, exciting and new, which doesn’t immediately fit in and is somehow different – just a little bit edgy.

Exactly, this characteristic is reflected in the music of young Copenhagen producer Joachim Schaarup-Jensen. Some years ago the Dane, whose roots originally come from hip-hop, was introduced to deep house and electronica – and immediately fell in love. Although, he is quite new to the scene his sounds convince the listener by skillfully playing with a variety of elements. The music he produces is fresh, creative and exciting – flowing transitions, soulful vocals and piano riffs to a pulsating baseline and hard drums are his trademark. A look in his bag reveals delicacies ranging from quiet laid back to arousing sounds full of energy and exuberance!

Check out his new release along with some fantastic remixes.

Kant – Love Like This

Kant – Love Like This (Shimmer Remix)

Kant – Love Like This (Saccao Remix)

Perfect Form

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Cyril Hahn’s new single is now up on soundcloud. It’s called Perfect Form and features vocals by the amazing Shy Girls.

The best music is made by those who expose our very guilty pleasures with undeniable, stimulating creations. This can be said of the mere samples we have received from rising producer Cyril Hahn. I’m looking forward to more!

Cyril Hahn – Perfect Form feat. Shy Girls

You’re So Fine

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Here’s a deep track made ready for some serious dancing. John Monkman is a serious powerhouse and I love Ana’s lyrical twist on some classical lyrics. Enjoy!

Ana, Brancaccio & Bishop – You’re So Fine (John Monkman Remix)

Coming Home

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So Boy George is makin a comeback with The Dharma Protocol Project. ‘Pscyhemagik gives the track their trademark treatment of blissed-out disco.’

Boy George and The Dharma Protocol – Coming Homes (Pscyhemagik)

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”The aural equivalent of sipping an ice-cold Pimms on the balcony of your council estate flat” – Dazed and Confused Bondax’s evocative music seems to drift between urban sonic landscapes, avoiding classification. Incorporating elements of post-dubstep, R&B, and garage, the Lancaster based duo craft an intimate, electronic bliss that reveals something new with each repeated play. Despite the fact that Adam and George are still enjoying their teens…”

The fast rising house duo from the UK is about to embark on their first headline tour this Fall. To celebrate this occasion they released this monster remix of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity.” Heeatter.

Blackstreet – No Diggity (Bondax Remix)