Diynamic label artist David August puts a spin on Kollektiv Turmstrasse's "Last Day," a lovely piece of tech-house released back in 2009. His revision sees a deeper, warm, and meditative track with delicious chords and consuming basslines—-all resulting in an intoxicating audio-watering hole that you'll never want to leave. Unless perhaps for a refill.
The track is taken from the forthcoming album ’Trialog’ - out April 17th
On March 20th the tracks Azrael and Ghost will be released as double A side 12inch release with remixes by Pillow Talk and The Field.
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Breach - Jack (Taiki & Nulight Remix)
AC Slater - Gunplay
Legitimate Scandal - Fu Gee La (Original Mix)
GotSome Feat. The Get Along Gang - Bassline (Chocolate Puma Remix)
Hector Couto - Rare Love (Josh Butler Remix)
Martin Garrix - Wizard (Tchami Remix)
Rob Base & DJ Easy Rock vs Tchami - It Takes Two
Tchami - Promesses (feat Kaleem Taylor)
Naughty Boy Ft. Wiz Khalifa & Ella Eyre - Think About It (Tâches Remix)
The Aston Shuffle - Tear It Down (Low Steppa Remix)
Elizabeth Rose - The Good Life (Charles Murdoch Remix)
Kaytranada - At All
Mincha - I Do Care (Compton Chic Club Remix)
Jeannie - Boy Friend (feat. Anna Roxenholt)
Chris Malinchak - So Good To Me
With 'Iyewaye', the first solo-EP after the release of his fifth album 'I am OK' last year, Oliver Koletzki shows himself in a new, but not altogether unfamiliar light: since his breakthrough in 2005 with 'Der Mückenschwarm' Koletzki hasn't sounded this hard. Preorder: https://itunes.apple.com/fi/album/iyewaye-single/id977201672
When some faraway species reads stories to their youth about the history of mankind, the section on "Greatest Minds In Electronic Music History" will surely have a hefty chapter on Simon Green, better known to the world as Bonobo. For over a decade, Green has been capturing our membranes with his brilliantly architected brand of downtempo organic rhythms, swaying in the winds between beat-centric trip-hop, lush heavy basslines, and beautifully structured layers of live instrumentation.
The Seattle duo, ODESZA, specialize in downbeat, melancholic tearjerkers and pretty much blew up the scene in 2014. Now in the new year, their brittle sound has been stretched out and snapped into a woozy, wonky, delightfully uplifting place by Giraffage on this luminous remix of "All We Need."
As Detroit/Berlin label Visionquest ekes towards its 50th release, Londoner Sonny Fodera follows up releases on Suara, Defected, Dirtybird and Cajual by teaming up with Chicago house specialist Gene Farris on the undeniably groovy "We Work It." The release is a little more on the upfront side for a VQ release and it's a drugged out anthem for everyone who likes to get that little bit extra frisky on the dancefloor.
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Money, Sex, Drugs… The American Dream, sorry I mean a terrible travesty committed by Jordan Belfort and committed to film by Martin Scorsese. Not only did Matthew McConaughey win best actor Oscar but he also lay the beat down for Wolf. This video contains NSFW drug abuse to a tribal chest thumping capitalist tribal chant.
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The Slater/K3y combination is a surefire win for anybody in on this whole house&bass movement, and this remix finds Slater both building upon and complementing the original. It manages to merge bassline swagger with acid house vibes and some poppy-as-fuck vocals.
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Swede Oliver Nelson maintains his country's sterling reputation for pop sensibility with every track he puts out. His brand of beachy nu-disco is nothing but good vibes and he makes it seem effortless. In advance of the Perfect Havoc Disco at the Shapes Warehouse in London next week, Oliver's put together a selection of tunes that'll drench your day in sunshine, no matter what kind of Winter weather you're enduring.