Greek DJ/Producer Saccao has joined forces with West K and vocalist Cotry to deliver their newest indie dance / nu-disco single on King Street Sounds titled “Melted With You.” Kicking things off we have the original mix of “Melted With You“, a thick kick drum mixed with flawless percussion, synth programming, and vocal work make this an instant club favorite. Finally, London based Long & Harris rally with an incredible remix ready for peak time performance!
London based DJ/producer Majesty delivers his newest EP via Nite Grooves titled “Mind Warp.” Kicking things off, Majesty showcases his deep house anthem “Love Triangles (Alternative Mix).” A deep bass line, ominous synth programming, and a haunting vocal make this a perfect selection for late night shenanigans. Next up Majesty drops the original mix “Mind Warp“, a deep booty shaker ready for that perfect peak time moment. What would an incredible mix be without its “dub” counterpoint? The EP is rounded out by the ‘dub’ilicious version of “Mind Warp“, both ready and willing to destroy dance floors worldwide!
Italian DJ/Producer Paul Adam joins vocalist EleNoire for their newest single on King Street titled “Been A Long Time.” Kicking things off, AntonyFennel breaks out with his grooving “Deep Mix” of the original. Italian DJ/Producer Tony Huncle knows a thing or two about bass guitar as he showcases his bass driven soulful mix for “Been A Long Time.” Finally Paul concludes the release with the smooth and sexy original mix of “Been A Long Time.”
UK based DJ/Production duo Soul Divide drop their newest EP on Street King titled “Back To Business EP.” Kicking things off, the boys showcase “Salago“, a funky deep house banger packed full of heat. There’s nothing like an incredible piano house jam and SoulDivide knows EXACTLY how to bring that vibe. “Piano Got Talent” hits all the right markers to make it a perfect choice for peak time! Closing out the EP, SoulDivide dig into the deep and vibey with their original mix “Maison.”
Five years ago, a DJ Changed my life. That DJ was Tony Humphries. On a Sweltering Saturday night in July, I trekked across the water to Club Zanzibar situated in a rough section of Newark, New Jersey. Somewhere in the early hours of Sunday mooring, Tony appeared in the DJ booth perched high above the dance floor jammed with sweaty, cavorting bodies. Observing him from the corner of the booth, I watched him nonchalantly dip into his crate of while labels, acetates and reels, carefully position his lollipop headphone on his left ear and then commence to conduct a majestic turntable orchestra which lasted until the sun came up. The way that he kept the crowd’s energy at full throttle throughout his set, mixing back and forth with a surgeon’s precision between soulful, often gospel-influenced vocal records to ebullient sample tracks, is forever etched in my memory.
— While other DJs might have a style, Tony Humphries has a sound. Working in a medium where stars and trends come and go, he’s been house music’s Rock of Gibraltar for two decades, sticking close to his R&B roots and never wavering from his firm musical stance. While Tony‘s remixed tracks for club icons like Donna Summer, Adeva and Ultra Naté in his day, his real love is his work behind the decks. Regarded as one of the world’s best DJs for his ability to turn out any crowd, he’s traveled the four corners of the globe on a mission championing the Jerseysound crafted by the likes of Kerri “Kaoz 6:23″ Chandler, Blaze, Smack Productions, LY, and SabrynaahPope – all artists who’ve recorded for one of dance music’s most consistent imprints, King Street Sounds. He’s even found kindred spirits like Mood II Swing, Phillip Damien and David Morales from the neighboring Big Apple, whose talents have also found their way into this blossoming four-year-old label and its sub-label, Nite Grooves.
— Embracing an ethic which exudes peace, love and spirituality, there’s a plague on the wall in Tony‘s home presented to him by Swiss producer D’Jammin. It has a telling inscription: “Believe in God and love, follow your heart and nothing is impossible.” Words we should all live by.
Italian DJ/Producer and label owner Rockaforte has been stirring up quite a frenzy over his original productions lately in the dance music world. We here at Nite Grooves are proud to present his newest release titled “PanoramaBar / Open Your Eyes.” Kicking things off, Rockaforte opens with his deep and emotive club smash “Open Your Eyes” feat. vocalist DessySlavova. Paying homage to the legendary Berlin dance space, Rockaforte teams up with Gabriel Pivaro to bring their deep tech original mix “Panorama Bar!”
The Italians are coming! Street King is proud to present two hot new singles from Ruff Stuff and 2toodrums titled “Asteroids / Love.” Kicking things off, Milan based DJ/Production duo Ruff Stuff open with their deep and ethereal club favorite “Asteroids.” Next up, Dumming Dum jumps on remix duty and gives “Asteroids” a fresh rework for the dance floor! Closing things out, 2toodrums drops their sexy and smooth soulful house single titled “Love.”
The Neopolitan DJ/Production duo of Maurizio Porcaro and Stefano Riccardi a.k.a. Rhythm Staircase have been making serious waves in the Italian dance music scene! We here at Street King are proud to showcase their newest EP titled “Groove In The Casbah.” Kicking things off, the duo opens with “The Feline“, an afro-cuban groove based club banger ready for peak time. Percussion and groove take precedence next in the original mix “Black Man Jump.” Moving on, Rhythm Staircase drops “Made In Tilt” a synth infused summer time jam perfect for those long, hot nights. Finally, the release is rounded out by the title track “Groove In The Casbah“, a tech house, flute driven late night anthem perfect for your next gig!
King Street Sounds delivers five brand new remixes of Dennis Ferrer‘s iconic “How Do I Let Go EP” feat. vocalist K.T. Brooks hot and ready for the dance floor! Kicking things off, DJ Able & Matt Bandy combine forces and deliver their soulful yet punchy club mix. DJ Vivona follows next with his deep after hours inspired “Dream Remix.” Indie dance superhero Marco Tegui teams up with Jeancy and showcase their production prowess next with his drum groove inspired remix. Greek tech house king Mihalis Safras doesn’t hold back next with his hard hitting “Clubby Remix” of “Transitions” and “Mihalis Safras Remix” of “Destination.” DJ Slider answers with his peak time soulful remix of “How Do I Let Go.” Finally Charles Webster completes the release with his deep and soulful “Ruff Remix” of “How Do I Let Go.”
King Street Sounds presents five brand new mixes of the smash house hit “I’m Not Ashamed (I Need You)” from Namy featuring vocalist StephanieCooke! Kicking things off, London based deep house whiz Giom delivers an incredible underground hit with his “Late Night Remix.” Next up, Japanese DJ/Producer remixes his own original and showcases his dance floor destroying “Future Classic Mix!” House music guru Eric Ericksson slides in next with his forward thinking and groovy vocal and instrumental dub mixes. Finally, Hong Kong based DJ Fudge completes the release with his sexy and smooth soulful house remix!