Archive for October, 2013


Let’s Go Dancing

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Here’s another new remix releases from Maya Jane Coles. Can’t wait to see her Friday and I’ll be keeping an ear out to see if she plays some of the new tracks posted here over the past month.

Tiga vs Audion – Let’s Go Dancing (Maya Jane Coles Dancing In The Dark Remix)

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Speak for yourself Nelson Leeroy! I’ve been on the moon and I’ve got the suit to prove it.

As written rightly: “With his smooth, warm intonations and subtly nuanced vocal stylings, Nelson Leeroy brings to mind some of the late great romantic crooners. And when this multi-talented artist shifts his sound from soulful grooving track to a slow and sultry ballad, the mood takes on a heavy sensuality.” Nelson Leeroy really knows how to attract music fans to his music…” -NuDiscoYourDisco

Nelson Leeroy – No Man Has Landed On The Moon (Saxo Mix)

Inevitable

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Dubbel Dutch is impervious to the crutches of genres, though a student of many of them. An accomplished producer of cosmic tone poems and club anthems from the abyss, many claim his now-classic Throwback 12” on Palms Out Sounds saved their lives–or at least taught them a lesson in modern retrofitting. A chemistry of pre-hispanic shaman cries, YouTube videos of American microcosms, and 90s UK rave flyers make up his aesthetic, one which is not often associated with the Lone Star State. On Hymn, his debut EP for Mixpak, his methods havenʼt changed, but rather have become more refined. — Dave Quam

This minimalist club cover  is inspired by Skatta Burrell’s  ‘Inevitable Riddim’. Forthcoming on Dubbel Dutch’s “Cloud Club” EP. Out November 12th on Mixpak.

Pre-order at Mixpak: store.mixpakrecords.com/products/cloud-club

Dubbel Dutch – Inevitable 

Shoulda Known

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‘Jordy Saämena, also known as GANZ is a 23 year old Bass and Beats producer from The Netherlands.

When he was a youngster he listened to a great variety of styles like Hip Hop, grime and UK Garage. At the age of 12 he started playing drums and try to make beats on his computer as well. He started producing Hip Hop with Jazz influences.

Several years later he started producing Dubstep as LEPHEN and released his productions on labels like Oi! Recordings and Rub-A-Duck and played at big Dutch venues, parties and festivals like for example Paradiso, Melkweg, Solar Weekend Festival, Defqon.1, The Skrillex Cell Afterparty and more.

In 2012 he started his study Electronic Musician at The Conservatory in Haarlem and became acquainted with Bass. From that moment he created a new alter ego called GANZ (also known as GANZ GVNZ, IAMGANZ or GANZEE).’

Louis Futon – Shoulda Known (GANZ Remix)

Destiny’s Child – Bug A Boo (GANZ Flip)

GANZ – Love You Twice

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‘Katy B is no stranger to collaborations, her Danger EP that closed out 2013 saw her teaming up with a who’s who of likeminded artists and forward thinking producers such as Diplo, Jessie Ware, Iggy Azalea, Wiley and Zinc among others. With the release of her new single ‘5 AM’ on November 4th Katy unveils new track as part of the 5 AM EP ‘I Like You’ produced by George FitzGerald further cementing the excitement of her forthcoming new album ‘Little Red’ due in 2014.’

Katy B – I Like You

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‘Mexicali duo Climbers take another stride towards stardom with this massive floor-filler, backed by a remix from Kolombo.

With their first releases supported by the likes of Pete Tong, Art Department and Richy Ahmed, Climbers are already making a name for themselves. Having released tracks on Get Physical, Culprit and Nurvous, they have established their talent at crafting pop-oriented deep house, taking soulful vocal samples and stretching them out into lifestyle anthems. ‘House Arrest’ flexes in a new direction, one perfectly suited to Tiga’s ballsy Turbo imprint. The hook is immediately rewarding, playing on the indelibly thrilling connection between off-the-hook night-living and siren-pumping police presence. It’s so simple, it’s genius. This party just got raided and upgraded.

Veteran Turbo homeboy Kolombo steps in as the good-cop, pushing all the right buttons on a remix that retains all the catchy elements but does a solid groove re-alignment, lightening things up, with funky congas and breaky drum edits.’

Climbers – House Arrest

Climbers – House Arrest (Kolombo Remix)