On the day I finally got my interface set up I invited my home boi Silky Smooth (aka Jack Burton aka Whoadi aka Chris Eastmead)to step on the scene for a little jam session. To my most pleasent of surprises my new interface and one Ribbon Condenser mic placed ever so lovely in front of the kick drum captured the moment just so perfectly. I did splice a couple of the clips together but for the most part it is what it is playa a jaaaam session, and let me say this with no rehearsal straight off the cuff we was RIDE-IN PLAYA Riii-diiin. Are you pickin up what im laying down pimpin?!?!?
Heres something different from me, a little selection of some quality modern & acid jazz. with artist such as Incognito, Count Basic, Mondo Grosso and more!
I hope u enjoy it as i did. Please leave a comment or add to your favs if ur feeling it :)
KLR DJ CREW - DJ Damage Ft DJ Smooth - Island Reggae Mix - Vol 1
DJ DAMAGE is at it again...but this time collaborating with DJ Smooth. Together they have created another quality mix for everyone to drink to or blast in their cars!! Grab it before it reaches its max download. Props to DJ Manchoo & DJ Darren for supplying us with some of the tracks!
Featuring: Spawnbreezie, RSA, Na Drua, Lukie D, J-Boog, Siaosi & Kiani
Gemstone presents Hidden Gems Vol. 1
Gemstone Records presents Hidden Gems Vol. 1: the first of an exciting EP series that will showcase fresh talent on Hardwell’s brand new imprint.
For the first track of the EP, Croatian duo Radiology team up with another duo from their home country, WICKD, for ‘Crazy For Your Love’. Although they’re a new face at Gemstone, Radiology are no new name to Revealed, having previously had several Revealed community and sampler releases. Crazy For Your Love includes funky guitars and catchy vocal chops which lead to a powerful drop driven by atmospheric arpeggios and a unique vocoder lead.
‘Do Better’ signals the first major label release for fresh Norwegian talent Bancali. Although he’s only had a few tracks online, his music has already garnered massive support from artists such as EDX, Hardwell, and The Him. Do Better includes warm piano progressions, emotional vocals, and tropical plucks backed by silky-smooth vocal chops.
Lastly, Spanish newcomer Steve Hartz brings his signature disco sound to Gemstone with ‘Changes’. Steve Hartz particularly gained traction in the dance scene after his massive track ‘Runaway’ was released on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings. Changes highlights retro electric guitar sounds and nostalgic drum samples while introducing modern synth chords and unique pluck sounds which add a twist to the classic disco sound.
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