What happens when four great producers remix one of Kerri Chandler‘s classic tracks? Well, let’s just say this release will have everyone yelling “Hallelujah”! KSS newcomers Robosonik begin by creating a total “Jekyll & Hyde” of a track combining darkness with Chandler‘s light annihilating any dancefloor! Mihalis Safras doesn’t disappoint with his catchy, bass driven remix. J. Barum will have you saying “holy horns” with his great sampling work in this throwback remix. Finally, the legend himself remixes his classic into total “Kaoz“.
Angelo Ferreri is back on Street King with more of his high energy, grooving tech house! “It’s So Good” will take the dance floor on a fun, funky, tech house roller coaster with no signs of slowing down! Spanish powerhouse Iban Reus follows up remix responsibility with nothing less than a new banging DJ secret weapon! Last but not least, “One Life” is classic grooving Ferreri with plenty of funk and soul to go around!
Here comes another classic track from producer Namy featuring the beautiful vocals from Stephanie Cooke. Namy is no stranger when it comes to making some of the best vocal driven tracks working with artists such as Barbara Tucker, Monday Michiru, and Josh Milan to name a few. DJ Meme recreates his own groovy version and dub mix of this track, that will also be featured on the soon to be released A Long Hot Summer: Mixed by DJ Meme. Groove Assassin remix is a more uptempo beat for the peak hours of the night. Whether your just cruising around town or dancing the night away, this track will give you that feel good moment.
No stranger to dance music, Belgium based Conga Squad hits Nite Grooves running! The title track “Blow Up” will be a crowd favorite bringing chill vibes just in time for spring! James Dexter follows up with his bass driven remix that will be a sure hit on any dance floor. “Tech Vibes” is exactly that! This percussion driven, tribal banger will have feet moving and bodies sweating. Chill, floating, and groovy, “The Dub” will put you in just that right sweet spot.
Street King is proud to showcase the new No. 109 EP packed full of groovy tastiness to make any dance floor explode! Starting the EP off proper are Street King newcomers Gussy & Delgado. Their “We Do It Old Cool” is a nu-skool track with an old school flavor. A driving bass line and bouncy vocal sample keep this track funky and fresh. Eric Powa B returns to the Street King lineup with his “Rififi in Machupichu” remixed by Slovakia based Bollo. If you’re looking for gorgeous synths with a smooth tech house feel, you’ve found the jam to take you on your own Peruvian adventure! Bucharest based Prosix returns to Street King with his funky Nu-Disco favorite “Nesesizabil”. Sure to make you move, a driving bass line combined with a “mind of its own” synth makes this a favorite for any serious dance music fan. Portuguese production duo Vasco Lopes & Rafael Feliciano aka Soundealers bring the heat with “Loose Joint”. Keeping it deep and underground, Soundealers driving percussion and synth/vocal work make this a must have track for any performing DJ! Street King is proud to introduce Europe/Australia based producers Nil by Mouth. The duo’s tracks “Lunate” and “Temporal” are filled with triple kicks and dark bass lines galore! Soulful floating vocals combine with every perfectly crafted musical element to make both tracks not only rhythmic and driving but also atmospheric and emotional. Rounding out the EP is Chilean tech house tychoon Fabian Argomedo. Straight off his recently released “Black Box” EP, “Jet” is a certified dance floor banger bringing the pain to any crowd!
Dubtribe frontman Sunshine Jones‘ recent Belle Ame Electronique was met with open arms by fans, yoga instructors and press alike. “Blissfully sublime and elevating, this release cannot be done justice with words. You NEED to experience [this album] with your own ears and open mind and heart. Let it take you higher lovers …” said MusicIs4Lovers.com! With so much love in the house and coming from a bonafide House label, we’d be remiss if we didn’t release a collection of remixes from this veritable musical celebration devoted to sensual aural enjoyment. Ten tunes remixed by well known as well as up & coming Deep House & Tech House producers from UK, Europe and Latin America see their work released on one solid collection. EU’s Kruse & Nuernberg give up a bouncing deep version of “I Got Your Back,” Rancido‘s Soul Odyssey dope Remix of “Four Million Miles,” Sascha Dive‘s Sun Worshipper Remix of “Warm Sun On My Face,” Nicko Vee‘s pumpy Remix of “Come To Me,” the minimal haunting Andreas Saag Remix of “While You Were Sleeping” and more. Mexico is in the house with Balcazar & Sordo‘s funky deep disco remix of “We Are What We Are,” and the 2 continents collide as Louie Fresco and Aki Bergen / Daniel Jaze both give us a couple of diverse yet stunning renditions of “Dirty Love.” Seeing so many talented producers under one musical roof remix one heck of an artist breathes new life into his album and makes for some heart-stirring dance music.
There is nothing “lazy” about Oscar Barila& Jacek Janiki‘s new “Lazy Afternoon” EP! With Barila hailing from Spain and Janiki from Poland, it’s incredible how both these seasoned producers can use both their identities to create this airy, melodic masterpiece. The title track, “Lazy Afternoon“, is a cacophony of smooth synths, stabby bass, and the angelic voice of Wiosna. Krakow based Thomas Langner follows on remix duty to create his super deep and emotional musical response. Barila‘s funky “Spin It Up” will be a hit on any dance floor while Janiki‘s smooth and beautifully produced “Perfect Day” will just seem to make the listener’s problems just wash away.
Super suitable kicks and a sweet sonic bounce are just some of the sounds you’ll hear from these 23 brand new tracks of this 2013 edition of After Hours Miami! Italian House star Gary Caos‘ pumpin tribal tune Woman get the bass rolling and Redondo‘s “Say It To Me” maintains a cool deep vibe suitable for a warm-up set or after hour. New Jersey house representative Cevin Fisher‘s “House Music” got remixed by Supernova and the result is nothing short of a floor-filler. Next up is Emeskay‘s “Beggin,” whose latin percussive elements and shoutin’ vocal samples blend together nicely over a phat groove. Amnesia, Rocho & Lenny vs Nimphidia show a tight collaboration on “The Life I Chose,” with its tricky beats and sweet vocal, it’s yet another potential floor-filler in this collection. To round it all off, sensational EU producers Crazibiza drop another King Street bomb on the mighty “I Can’t Wait” joint effort between Japanese producer Namy & the Queen of House herself, Barbara Tucker. DemarkusLewis‘ deeper than deep track “Deeper Than Thou.” Conga Squad is up next with “It’s All Yours,” shining the floor with its neodisco-style groove. John Demark & Antoine Cortez “Fabulous Disco”‘s massive drilling baseline is so tremendous, it could be mentally disastrous for the unprepared. Dee Marcus‘ addictive blood pumper, “Cutoff” truly rocks your dance mind and Mr. Kavalicious “Deception” is a deep minimal track that simply cools you down nicely. Fashionable disco-ish deep house Stefan Kaye‘s “Liaison” adds a bit of urban lava. Nicko Vee‘s “Rise” sweeps the heat with its melancholic moody melody and his signature fat groove. Including several more such as James Silk‘s “Juice Box”, Fabian Argomedo‘s “Jet” with a high energy remix by DJ Deka. Marlon D Remix of “NY Dream” by Deep Character & Mad Boss feat. Big Daddy. The sexy vocal track by “Night Lover” by Eppu feat. Sexy Sound Ladies with Deepdisco Remix. Followed by Sean McCabe‘s Remix of “Love Like This by Ananda Project and Reelsoul remix of “How Much I Love You” by Kimara Lovelace. Also is the smooth spoken word of Urban Soul‘s “My Urban Soul” with the Black Sonix Remix. Included as a bonus are 2 continuous mixes by NYC based DJ and King Street‘s very own NoonStar that is sure to keep the party going until sunrise. A truly great compilation of thumping tunes suitable for a variety of roaming rhythms throughout the night.
Ananda Project is back with their “Where Do You Come From” EP featuring the club favorite title track “Where Do You Come From“. King Street mainstays DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins provide you with everything necessary to rock your own dancefloor with their main vocal remix, dub versions, and instrumental take on the title track. King Street‘s own Hoshiko & Jere take you back in time with their 80′s influenced 808 adventure remix of “Where Do You Come From“. Finally URH closes the EP with not only his soulful take on “Come Back To Me“, but also a banging dub version! This is a great collections of tracks that will make any dancefloor ask about the DJ, “Where did HE come from”?
One more set of non-related tunes comes your way in the form of the newest No. 431 EP, or for those following the arbitrary series, just because we can. Tech House producer Bubba leads the EP with his techy minimal “LA Takedown,” with a bare-boned funky, almost Saunderson-esque bonus mix by Argentinian producer Jay West. Poly-rhythmic UK producer Domscott is up next, serving up an atmospheric minimal ramped up dubby “Bring on the Rain” with a chunky bonus instrumental loop cut with added drum riffs bonus Dub by Italy’s Deep Shakerz. Last up are Japanese producers Kyoko Kamichika & Masahiro Suzuki who bring us “Blood Red Synthesis,” a downbeat low tempo groover with barely audible background jive talkin’. Berlin’s own Nico Purman is on remix duty and adds some welcomed snaps, analog synth, and gritty bass into the mix.