Tuesday, April 14, 2009
GrooveSource Cycle 148
GrooveSource Cycle 148
Pre-Release Date 4/14/2009
General Release Date 5/5/2009
HW036 – Hoxton Whores “Le Voie Le Soleil 2009” Hoxton Whores – HOUSE
After the strong success of there last release "Devil Toy" Hoxton Whores get back in the studio and roll out an enormous re-work of one of the all time classics "Le Voie Le Soleil". A good 10 years after this monster anthem stormed clubland and known as one of the biggest Summer Anthems ever the boys deliver their fanatstic updated version just in time for the summer of 2009. The Whores explained...."Being one of their all time favouritess, we simply had to do the track justice and feel we have stepped our version up a notch by adding the perfect latino edged flavoured soft synth riff" which complements the famous original piano riff 100% and with the fresh firing beats, electro tinged bassline and a sheer moment of summer flavoured breakdown bliss ...the release is set to storm the summer of 2009!!
*Receiving support from DJs: Derrick May, Danny Tenaglia, Armand Van Helden, Erick Morillo, Dubfire, Roger Sanchez, Tall Paul, Kaskade, Bad Boy Bill, Dimitri from Paris, Dave Spoon, Behrouz, Tom Novy, Harry “Choo Choo’ Romero, Jose Nunez, Ian Pooley, Beni Benassi, Cassius, Mastiksoul, Eddie Amador, Olav Basoski, Benji Candelario, Johnny Fiasco, D. Ramirez, Antoine Clamaran, Onionz, DJ Misjah, Trent Cantrelle, Jason Jinx, DJ Mannix
Roger Sanchez – will test it. 4 out of 5
Dubfire – 5 out of 5
Erick Morillo – 4 out of 5
Tall Paul – 4 out of 5
Bad Boy Bill – 4 out of 5
Behrouz – Thanks for this. I’ll use it this coming weekend! 5 out of 5
Tom Novy – not so bad at all!;-) Thanks!!! 5 out of 5
Jose Nunez – 5 out of 5
Kaskade – This will come in handy. Thanks! 5 out of 5
Eddie Amador – 4 out of 5
Ian Pooley – I like this. 5 out of 5
DJ Mannix – Nice 1!!! 5 out of 5
DTDM004 – V/A “Techno Anthems” Dance 2 Dance Music
The fourth release on compilation label Dance 2 Dance Music is highlighting the top techno jams of today. This one is 12 tracks and you can expect to see productions and remixes from the likes of Chris Lake, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Adam Shaw, Noir, Rene Amesz and several others.
LMZ013 – OD Muzique & Mark Holmes “Disco Electronica Allstars EP part 1” Love Minus Zero
Tom Neville's fantastic 'Love Minus Zero' label returns with another classic tech house remix EP from Sankeys residents OD Muzique & Mark Holmes. Three top notch artists have been brought in on remix duties. You've got Zoo Brazil, H2 and Bigger Than Jesus all on board to cover a wide spectrum of all that is good in underground music - essential!
MTR014 – Blackstone “Blackstone EP2” Mono-Type Recordings
Blackstone is a brand new project and this is EP2. What you can expect to hear from him is all brand new. Blackstone has not made house records for anybody else. Blackstone is fresh. Mono-Type knows what's up!
NMB011 – Muzzaik “Therapy” Noir Music
Muzzaik, the project means two Hungarian House DJ-s whose style is mixed from all sub-genres of house music with their own tribal sound. Their same house style made them to learn each other. They formed their project in order to create something long-term and enduring in house music and spread their sound to more and more people out there…
OBDIG015 – David E Sugar “Medicine” Oblio Recordings
David E Sugar has been a popular face on the UK, and European Chip Music scene since early 2004. He uses 'tracker' software on a Gameboy to create sequences, which he then builds over with other instruments. After being selected to take part in the Desiel U Music tour in the UK during 2006, his profile has risen, and he will now accompany top ten star Calvin Harris on his UK jaunt in June and July 2007.
He regularly plays to large crowds all across Europe, including Germany and Switzerland, now it appears that the rest of the world is catching onto his unique and quirky, but damn fine pop music.
PUNKS014 – Stanton Warriors “Stantons Remixed” Punks
Stantons get remix action from the mighty Bass Kleph and What What What! Stanton Warriors are the breakbeat duo Dominic Butler and Mark Yardley. They are a DJ and producer team of Nu skool breaks, a style of electronic dance music. Originally from the West Country, the pair now play high-profile sets at internationally-renowned clubs such as Fabric and Sankeys Soap in the UK, and travel the globe extensively, with international acclaim in Europe, Canada, America and Australia. Their style is sometimes described as a fusion of electro, breakbeat and 2-step UK garage. Their name was taken from a hexagonal shaped manhole cover, made by Stanton Ironworks, based in Ilkeston, Derbyshire which seemed fitting with their style of underground, cutting edge style of music. Its also a reference to Stanton DJ products. The name was originally conceived from one of the warriors tripping over a "Stanton Warrior" draincover on Tower Bridge.
DCREC032 – Agent Matteo “Get Up” DeepClass Records – DEEP HOUSE
Matthew Gillespie aka Agent Matteo, british dj and producer, with a powerful deep sound with touches of tech house, brings us this solid "Get Up" Ep, characterized by a well defined bass line and sticky rhtyms. This young producer, at his 22 years of age has received great feedback and support from artists such as Laurent Garnier, Roger Sanchez, Miguel Miggs, Miles Maeda, Russ Gabriel and more.
*Receiving support from DJs: Roger Sanchez, Sandy Rivera, Mark Farina, Miles Maeda, Brett Johnson, Jamie Anderson, Onionz, Toka Project, Pete Moss, Alex Gopher, Troydon, DJ Misjah, Spettro, Valentin Café del Mar, TJ Kong, Shur I Khan, Russell Deeks (iDJ), Ibiza Global Radio, Raoul Belmans, Slater Hogan, Ken ECB, Jazzy Eyewear, The Littlemen, Pablo Varela, City Walkers, Demarco Electronic Project, Ruben Roher, Da Funk, Mr. Jones, DJ Cooccer, Bluntafari, DJ Sebastian Arevalo
Brett Johnson – Really nice deep house, will play! 5 out of 5
Onionz – 5 out of 5
DJ Misjah – rocks! Nice and smooth. 5 out of 5
Spettro – proper deeeep! Excellent deep-techy jam. Will play for sure! 5 out of 5
Ken ECB – thick, love this one! 5 out of 5
Ibiza Global Radio – Full support! 5 out of 5
Jazzy Eyewear – I love this EP. Can’t Wait to play every track on it. It’s right up my alley! 5 out of 5
Russell Deeks @ iDJ – Yeah! Liking this a lot. Jus’ mellow vibes seen? - 5 out of 5
Da Funk – great e.p. All tracks very playable and bad factor my fave. full support coming from me! 5 out of 5
DJ Cooccer – yes !!! bullseye ;) that´s my cup of tea. 5 out of 5
DFDIGI020 – Paul Anthony & ZXX “House Music featuring Harrison Crump” Dirty Fabric Digital – HOUSE
Mega release alert!!!! Paul Anthony and ZXX have teamed up with the mighty Harrison Crump for this sure fire classic hit "House Music". Along with the original and acapella, you have a total of 13 mixes here and if you can't find something to suit your needs maybe you just need to give it all up. Expect to remixes from the likes of Sharooz, 10,000 Watts, Sean Biddle, Jon Kennedy, Dust N Haze, Groove Man, Alternative Reality and Lost Daze. DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS RELEASE!!!
DFDIGIMIX001 – Paul Anthony & ZXX “Dirty Fabric Sessions Vol. 1” Dirty Fabric Digital – ELECTRO HOUSE
To coincide with the release of “House Music featuring Harrison Crump” here is the first in a series of DJ mixes from Paul Anthony & ZXX highlighting some of the sickest tunes from their Dirty Fabric label.
MIZ024 – DJ Thee-O and Merlyn Martin “Smack Attack” Mizumo Music – TECH HOUSE
Los Angeles musicians Thee-O and Merlyn Martin (Biohazard Productions) drop Smack Attack, a high-energy tech house number featuring a syncopated bassline with matching synth lines. Chicago's Angel Alanis (Klientele, A-Squared Musik) adds his own bouncy techno remix to the release, along with remixers Moog Conspiracy (Berlin), Brian Knarfield (San Francisco), Art of Hot (San Francisco), and Mizumo resident Schwab (Miami, Florida).
Also this week:
MR006C – Exit 59 “Here We Go Again” Mecha Recordings – HOUSE
RCP018 – Beta Project “Black Psi Op” Racecar Productions – DOWN TEMPO