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1. Giptian-mama dont cry

Giptian-mama dont cry

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4. P-Rez - Traps (Keine Moniker's Jazzme Edit)

P-Rez - Traps (Keine Moniker's  Jazzme  Edit)

Out Now On Whiskey Pickle ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Abstrakt Audio - ''Nu Funk (Sixth Avenue Express Remix)'' 2. Zack Highwire - ''Does She Want You Now? (Redsean Remix)'' 3. The New Black - ''Stone Cold Groove (The Dead Rose Music Company Remix)'' 4. Keine Moniker - ''I'm A Freak (Johnny Blackouts Remix)'' 5. Zack Highwire - ''Mind, Hearts, Lies (Jason Blakemore's Lurky Dub Remix)'' 6. P-Rez - ''Traps (Keine Moniker's Jazzme Edit)'' ------------------------------------------------------------------ Praise and Support from: Tensnake Mark Farina Robbie Hardkiss Vanilla Ace Sleazy McQueen Fingerman Jarle Brathen The Dead Rose Music Company Alkalino Phonatics Ken Liu Al Bradley DJ Nova (Nova Planet Radio) Terry Matthew (5Magazine) DJ Anna Wall (Future Disco Radio) Irregular Disco Workers Chrissy Murderbot Craig Stewart Jamie Topham Hippie Stereo 77 Myxzlplix (Subdivisions Global Radio) Deadbeat Disco Radio Show ------------------------------------------------------------------ The concept behind The Remixes Vol. 1 is simple: take some tunes that mostly did not have remixes on the official release and enlist some high profile talent to put their special stamp on them -- and that's exactly what's happening here. Bundled with the premiere of Whiskey Pickle's brand new logo redesigned by Austin artist Mez-One (of The Royal Mark Makers and TITS Crew), this pack has the label family brimming with excitement. Up first, Sixth Avenue Express takes on the mighty "Nu Funk" by Abstrakt Audio. He twists the hypnotic swirl of the original into a slick lounge affair that features a gorgeous, roof-raising breakdown. Making his second appearance on WP, Dallas based producer Redsean utterly destroys "Does She Want You Now" by Zack Highwire in the best possible way, churning out some mean dance floor revenge. Cosmic funksters The New Black sought the expertise of The Dead Rose Music Company to beef up their "Stone Cold Groove" with some shuffling percussion and a Moog bass line that would make Bernie Worrell proud. On the flip-side, label founder Adam Warped dons his Johnny Blackouts guise and bucks all convention by taking "I'm A Freak" into Nordic-house territory. Jason Blakemore, formerly known as DJ Trance, injects Zack Highwire's "Mind, Hearts, Lies" with a classic analogue kick that just won't quit. Titled the Lurky Dub, it's just that: deep, brooding, and seriously dubbed out, sure to leave listeners stuck in the groove and eager to move. Lastly, Austin, TX, mainstay Keine Moniker puts "Traps" by P-Rez in a blender filled with heavy Rhodes chords and a rolling bass, pouring out smooth deepness on his Jazzme Edit. He's had a busy year with heavily lauded releases on Cream Couture, Bush Records, Dead Funk Music, and StayFly Records. His remix shows why, taking the original to a whole new time and place. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Label and Artist Links: www.whiskeypickle.com @whiskeypickle

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5. Demarco - Turn Him On

Demarco - Turn Him On

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