Tuesday, May 12, 2009

GrooveSource Cycle 152


GrooveSource Cycle 152
Pre-Release Date 5/12/2009
General Release Date 6/02/2009


SPEC0904 – Joel Mull “Soursweet” Spectrum Recordings (UK) – TECHNO
Exclusively played during WMC by Dubfire, Eric Prydz, John Digweed and Adam Beyer.
You Tube Link: Soursweet played by John Digweed in Amsterdam

Joel Mull 'Soursweet' finally sees the light of day! - It was actually the very first record signed to Spectrum and was due to be the opening release but due to unforeseen circumstances, the release was delayed.

But it has totally been worth the wait as the final package has already got a few very select DJs, who were lucky enough to receive it, VERY hot under the collar.

Remix duties come courtesy of Petar Dundov who's mix has already gain early support from Eric Prydz who said: 'This is absolutely massive! a sure hit of Miami and Summer 2009'

*Receiving support and feedback from:
Eric Prydz "MASSIVE RECORD WILL BE HUGE THIS SUMMER. FULL SUPPORT" 5/5
John Digweed "Peters mix is massive" 4/5
Laurent Garnier "Beautifull work by mister Dundov. Great stuff" 4/5
Gabriel Ananda "the original is nice, but the remix is kind of special. good stuff! thanks!" 5/5
Gregor Tresher "What a killer Petar Dundov mix again, absolutely brilliant!!" 5/5
Technasia "Nice overall EP" 4/5
Mihalis Safras "excellent work from Joel!" 4/5
Hernan Cattaneo "Really good both mixes" 4/5
Orde Meikle "love his stuff - nice trax - thanx" 4/5
Paolo Mojo "sounds like a grower from joel.... a producer who I am always willing to give time and space to. thanks!. peters remix is very melodic and spacey, could be useful for the morning." 4/5
Ramon Tapia "Dundov mix is soo dope!!" 5/5
Claudio mate "Amazing release!!! thanks for sending me this great stuff im fan of joel as peter since their first projects many thanks claudio mate...." 5/5
Nuno Dos Santos "LOVELY EP!! ORIGINAL AND PETER DUNDOV REMIX ARE SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL!!" 5/5
Nick Warren "love the original mix and peters mix is amazing, great package!" 5/5
Alan Fitzpatrick "More great stuff from Joel. wicked!!" 5/5
Marco Bailey "Love Both mixes Great!" 4/5
Markantonio "like it support" 4/5
Ramon Crepso "A different take on Joel's current style , but a great record none the less. I can see this being a hit outdoors at Sonar and beyond." 4/5
Steve Mac "really liking the original, nice work" 4/5
Chris Liebing "very well produced!" 4/5
Tom Hades "Love it all the way !! this is music !! :)" 5/5
Cisco "Good tracks.." 4/5
Dave Robertson "original sounds good. cheers" 4/5



NS007 – Rob Threezy “The Change Up” Nightshifters – ELECTRO HOUSE
Nightshifters is proud to present the debut release by Rob Threezy. Hailing from the Southside of Chicago, Rob Threezy is part of a new generation of Chicago producers who are pushing the boundaries of club music, ripping apart borders between Baltimore, Dubstep, Electro and House. Hot off remixing Blaqstarr and Diplo's "Get Off" on Mad Decent and part of the awesome Brick Bandits crew and releases, Threezy's track "The Change Up" showed up on almost every blog and celebrity DJ playlist in 2008. Now it's 2009 and it's Threezy's time to shine!

The Change Up is his first feature release with 4 tracks of House and Bass inspired Bmore and 3 incredible remixes. "Dark Night" is a moody wobbly bass-line Bmore jam, more minimal that expected with a sort of light-rave feeling, while "Jingle Jams" retro drums and house-organs will be comfortable in almost any electro, techno or Bmore set. "You Bad" is already a staple track for many Dj's with a mix of ghetto sirens, gunshots and a frenetic Piano that always gets hands in the air. But it's the revolutionary title track, "The Change Up" which promises to turn heads, mixing indy-rock bass with Rave inspired synths, urban claps and wiggly bass to deliver one of the years most exciting new sounds.

Complimenting Threezy are three awesome remixes. Jokers Of The Scene take a moment out of their busy globetrotting schedule to deliver one of their best remixes ever. They take the Change up and make it a techno-rave prime-time moment with a buildup that's sure to get siren's blasting and sweat pumping. Dj Sega takes us back to Philly on his "You Bad" remix while young Trouble and Bass upstart Mikix The Cat throws some wonky synths around with his remix of "You Bad." Yummy!



*Receiving support from DJs: Dave Clarke, Tall Paul (BBC), Tiga, Steve Aoki, The Bloody Beetroots, DJ Dan, Sinden, Tommie Sunshine, Kraak & Smaak, Chris Santiago, Timo Mass, Ursula 1000, Tony Senghore, Michel de Hey, Rooster & Peralta, Reid Speed, DJ Bam Bam, Aubrey, C. Smooth, Dave Cannalte (Billboard), Mark Picchiotti (Billboard), Da Funk, Noah Levine (XLR8R, Urb), Ibiza Global Radio, Ibiza Sonica

Feedback:
Diplo – Hell yeah! 5 out of 5
Tall Paul (BBC) – 5 out of 5
Tiga – In the collection! 5 out of 5
DJ Dan – Love this label! 5 out of 5
Tony Senghore – Very interesting stuff. 4 out of 5
Tommie Sunshine – this EP is massive!!! 5 out of 5
Chris Santiago – Lovin this B More Rmx!Damn, this Mikix The Cat rmx is on fire as well! Nice take on the original! 5 out of 5
Brodinski - really Cool EP, I LOVE IT the mikix the Cat Rmx is My Fav, But I Can Play the JOTS one too. You bad Is Perfect too.
DJ Bam Bam – THANKS!!! 5 out of 5
C. Smooth – will be spinning this on my radio show Live from London on Nova Radio in Germany. 4 out of 5
Aubrey – Yeah interesting blend of hardcore and modern sounds will play 5 out of 5

Blog support:
http://discodust.blogspot.com/2009/05/rob-threezy.htmlhttp://www.discobelle.net/2009/05/11/rob-threezy-the-change-up/http://www.asianmandan.com/blog/2009/05/rob-threezy-the-change-up-ep/http://electriczoo.blogspot.com/2009/05/change-up.htmlhttp://hotbiscuits.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/the-magic-number/http://getweird.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/the-change-up/http://www.birthdaypartyberlin.com/?p=911

Twitter action from Diplo:
diplo Rob3 smashing this party in chicago right now3:39 AM May 10th from TwitterBerry diplo @sparkeltone Rob3 melted faces-Then Diplo melted the muscles and skulls behind those faces.Now the remains of them skulls are being juked
OBDIG019 – David E Sugar “Pay The Ransom” 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 Diesel 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. Here's The 19th release on Oblio Recordings from David E. Sugar. This one is called "Pay The Ransom."

DCREC034 – Javier Orlando & Raul Carrasco “Thinking in the Night” DeepClass Records – DEEP HOUSE
Javier Orlando & Raul Carrasco, two Argentine producers that present EP to us with highly addictive rates and elements house that makes of this EP a concept deep of the present time. Solid bases and grooves, keyboards Hammond and melodies that gives a warm frame. FX synthesized of surprising way they show a new dimension to us within Deep House. Low solids to the style Bill Waymann or Primus. His amused sample "Music" along of track creates immediately a positive atmosphere doing of "Thinking in the night" true inspiration. It contains remixes in charge of Fer Ferrari, Lukas Greenberg & L.E.O.

*Receiving support from DJs: Laurent Garnier, Dubfire, Inland Knights, Benji Candelario, Halo Varga, Onionz, Shur I Khan, Chris Santiago, DJ Misjah, Chris Simmonds, Lawnchair Generals, Ibiza Global Radio, Ibiza Sonica, Jazzy Eyewear, Manuel Sahagun, Jay West, Spettro, Joshua Heath, Special Interest, Fabien Kamb, Strakes (Lost My Dog), Lara (Geisha Bar), Subsky, Demarco Electronic Project, Da Funk, DK Watts, Bluntafari, Chris Paul, DJ Cooccer, Mr. Jones

Feedback:
Dubfire – 5 out of 5
Benji Candelario – 4 out of 5
Halo Varga – dope deepness! 5 out of 5
Chris Santiago – The Jimmy & Fer remix is the stand out for me, will support this! 5 out of 5
Jazzy Eyewear – Love this Lukas Greenberg remix! Late night deepness! 4 out of 5
Lawnchair Generals – Tight production. Nice swingy chunky groove. Will definitely play. 5 out of 5
DJ Misjah – always something good on deepclass 4 out of 5
Ibiza Global Radio – 5 out of 5
Ibiza Sonica – La mejor de todo el E.P. So sweet. Love that deep! 5 out of 5
Bluntafari – 4 out of 5
DK Watts – good solid minimal deep and techy stuff. 4 out of 5
Strakes (Lost My Dog) – nice deep warm up material. digging the groove and beats, nice stuff indeed 5 out of 5
Fabien Kamb – 5 out of 5
Joshua Heath – the ferrari hot mix is the one for me from this package. big beats, big stabs, good vibe. cheers! 5 out of 5
Da Funk – love the summery feeling here! will play for sure. 5 out of 5
Subsky – great remix, loving the groove. thanks! 4 out of 5
Chris Paul – Nice and deep. Very Ferrer... Awesome Playing it for sure. 5 out of 5


AMR009 – Andrea Saenz & Da'Others “A Taco At Berlin” Atmosfera Recordings – TECHNO
Andrea Saenz is perhaps one of the most important producers of the Latin and international panorama, and a key piece to understand why the sound created in Latin America is more on form than ever. From the appearance of his first EP his ascent to fame has been unstoppable. His tracks have been including in many of the best compilations worldwide (Two Or Die, Navy Music, Euphonic Warner Music, to name a few), and djs of all styles have supported his tracks including Antoine Clamaran, Steve Angello, Axwell, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta, Kyau & Albert, Sander Van Doorn, John Acquaviva, Sebastian Ingrosso...the list goes on. From the House to Tech-House, from Progressive-House, to Deep Trance... any new adventure in which they embark Da' Others has undertaken with surprising quality, and always supported by most important dj' s of its sort.

*Receiving support from DJs: Derrick May, Laurent Garnier, Dubfire, DJ Rolando, Technasia, Benji Candelario, Onionz, Xpansul, Q-Burns, DJ Misjah, Michel de Hey, Trevor Rockcliffe, Alex Young, Ibiza Global Radio, Rob Warner, Ibiza Sonica, Tim Thaler (Sonett77 Radio), Thomas Penton, DJ F.E.X., C. Smooth, Developer, Figueroa, Matt Rissi (Solar Cathedral)

Feedback:
Dubfire – Thanks. 5 out of 5
Benji Candelario – 4 out of 5
Technasia – I like this! 5 out of 5
DJ Misjah – ill give it a go ;)..good stuff 5 out of 5
Alex Young – This track deserve a 10 not 5! Excellent! 5 out of 5
Ibiza Sonica – love it, super cool. Will support it! 5 out of 5
Rob Warner – 5 out of 5
C. Smooth – A strong release. will be spinning this on my radio show Live from London on Nova Radio in Germany. 5 out of 5
Matt Rissi (Solar Cathedral) – Milton Channels is my FAVORITE mix... will rock this shit for sure! 5 out of 5
Figueroa – Nice Club bOMB 5 out of 5


KGB017 – Dexter “Waistland EP” KGBeats – TECH HOUSE
Dexter discovered the sound of acid house at some of the notorious acid parties organised around London in the late 80's. Nights such as Mad Cats, Sabre Sonics, the RIP parties in Clink Street; and then later the infamous Wiggle parties, which were to become a major influence in Dexter's sound. Since Dexter's debut release in 2000 he has been proud to be promoted by labels such as Wiggle, Absurd, KG Beats, Beat Code, Eye 4 Sound, and Uhuru Beats, to mention a few. His continually evolving London bred House sound has found favour with both DJ's and the global dance floor alike.

*Receiving support from DJs: Derrick May, Laurent Garnier, Dave Clarke, Fedde Le Grand, Dubfire, Benji Candelario, Q-Burn, Davidson Ospina, Onionz, Xpansul, Bryan Jones, Chris Santiago, Sleazy McQueen, Noah Levine (XLR8R, Urb), Bluntafari

Feedback:
Fedde Le Grand – thanks for sending guys! 4 out of 5
Q-Burn’s Abstract Message – I always like Dexter's output, so this sounds choice to me. 4 out of 5
Noah Levine (XLR8R, Urb) – 4 out of 5
Bluntafari – 4 out of 5


UNION015 – Kel Quadrant “Pork Suit Man EP” Union Recordings – HOUSE
"Ohhhh, honey, what have you done with my meat!!!"

IT'S ALRIGHT; everything is UNDER CONTROL...or is it??? What could possibly go wrong with 4 tracks of MONSTER SOUND??? Union is proud to feature another fresh name with tons of production talent. Who is this lover of meat products? Why are my arms tingling? What happened to the speakers? His name is KEL QUADRANT (not to be confused with Union Veteran, Chris Quadrant!).

When I first heard these tracks I said to myself, "Alright. Here's something I can work with." After hearing these tracks on a premium sound system at peak club time, I knew that it was destined to become Union-certified.

Okay, enough hype, now it's time to tell you what you're in for with this release. My personal favorite of the original tracks has got to be "Steak Slippers." This track is bonkers, not to be missed! The Groove Federation remix is off the hook, like you'd expect. I can't think of a better way to follow up their EP then with another classic remix. The original Pork Suit Man track as well Afro Who are both on par with each other, delivering a huge sound that has peak-hour party potential. DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS RELEASE! We're the underground's best kept secret, put the UH! back in UNDERGROUND with Kel Quadrant, Groove Federation, and Union Recordings: the PORK SUIT MAN EP!

*Receiving support from DJs: Benji Candelario, Davidson Ospina, Q-Burn, Lawnchair Generals, Jazzy Eyewear, Ibiza Global Radio, Kinky Movement, Special Interest, Ibiza Sonica, Jay West, Anthony Molina,

Feedback:
Benji Candelario – 5 out of 5
Ibiza Global Radio – THANKS!!!! 5 out of 5
Jay West – 4 out of 5
Ibiza Sonica – Full support! 5 out of 5
Special Interest – This EP gets our full support. 5 out of 5


Also this week:
MIZ026 – BeatMaker “Saxomatic” Mizumo Music


AnD Press Releases:
OBDIG019 – David E Sugar “Pay The Ransom” Oblio Recordings

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