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King Street Sounds Reformed Classics 2014

November 18, 2014 in A Lister, Alex Kenji, Ananda Project, Barbara Tucker, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, Danny Clark, Dazzle Drums, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, dj spen, Dominic Dawson, Doomwork, Fanatix, Forteba, Fred Everything, Gary Caos, Heather Johnson, Hector Romero, James Silk, Joeski, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Kenny Bobien, Kerri Chandler, Kimara Lovelace, Leon (Italy), M.in, Mood II Swing, Nick Jones Experience, O&A, Oliver Desmet, P'Taah, Rancido, Reelsoul, Sacha DIve, Silver City, Sky Hy, Stephanie Cooke, Street King, Supernova, Tiger Stripes, Tuccillo, ZDS

Title: King Street Sounds Reformed Classics 2014
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: November 17, 2014
Label: Street King
Cat#: KSD 273

Available at Beatport & Traxsource

The Hype:

For over 2 decades and counting King Street Sounds has worked with some of the world’s most respected producers, releasing some of the most historic Dance Music jams to ever come out of headphones and speakers. On this 4th volume of the Reformed Classics 2014 collection, we’ve taken many of those classics and soon-to-be-classics and re-worked, re-tweeked and re-rubbed them onto one cohesive comp. Twenty-four smokin’ tunes like the classic house-y Stephanie Cooke & Kenny BobienLove’s Been Right Here” (DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins Harlem River Drive Mix), Malena‘s “No Me Digas Nada” (Franco De Mulero & Hector Romero Vocal Mix), Kimara Lovelace‘s “How Much I Love You” (Reelsoul Remix). Kerri Chandler feat. TreasaDivaFennieHeal My Heart” (Fanatix Main Mix), Barbara Tucker & Tuccillo‘s “One Desire” (Alix Alvarez F1 series Vox) and Stephanie Cooke‘s “Holding On To Your Love” (Mood II Swing Dub). Powerful rerubs by some of EU‘s finest also are found here like DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul‘s “Brown James” (Alex Kenji Vocal Dub) and jOHNNYDANGEROUs‘ “Emerald City” (Supernova Club Mix). More tech house by EU producer Metodi Hristov of Dennis Ferrer‘s massive “P 2 Da J,” Ananda Project feat. Gaelle Adisson‘s “Cascades Of Colour” with remix up and comer Leon, and some neo-disco mixes by UK‘s Silver CIty of P’taah‘s “Fade Away,” ZDS (Zombie Disco System)’s Remix of jOHNNYDANGEROUs‘ classic “Beat That Bitch” (Problem #13) alongside many more will have you grooving in your time traveling journey. A great throwback to future sounds.

5 Years of Street King

July 16, 2014 in Abel Ramos, Adam Stacks, Alessandro Bacci, Alex Kenji, Alex Roque, Bunte Bummler, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, Crazibiza, Criminal Vibes, David Harness Project, DJ PP, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Doomwork, Fabian Argomedo, G.IL.V., Gabriel Rocha, Gary Caos, Gramophonedzie, Hector Couto, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Kruse and Nuernberg, linda clifford, Malena, Metodi Hristov, Monkey Safari, Oliver $, P'Taah, Paolo Martini, Paul C, Ralphi Rosario, Raul Cremona, Redondo, Spencer Parker, Stefano Noferini, Street King, Supernova, Tagteam Terror, Technique, Ultra Nate, Vincent aka Synth Project, Yakka, Zoo Brazil

Title: 5 Years of Street King
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: July 14, 2014
Label: Street King
Cat#: KSD 259

Available at Beatport & Traxsource

The Hype:

Happy Birthday to us! After the past few years of bringing you the very best in tech and deep house, Street King turns 5 years old! In celebration of a half decade of showcasing some of the best dance music out there, we bring to you the “5 Years of Street King” Compilation showcasing some of our favorite tracks over the past five years! Are you a tech house fan looking for the very best? Make sure to check out Fabian ArgomedoBlack Box”, DJ PP & Gabriel RochaAl Capone”, Supernova Energizer (Acid Dub Mix), and Alex KenjiThose Good Vibes”. Are you into deeper vibes with some house elements? Don’t miss Roland Clark presents Urban SoulHave a Good Time (Monkey Safari Remix), Adam StacksOn Your Feet (Tagteam Terror Remix)”, DoomworkSunshine and Mosquitoes (Metodi Hristov Remix)”, and Zoo BrazilNo One Left”. This compilation has a little something for everyone so make sure to pick it up and check out the funkiness! Other artists included include Ultra Nate, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Cevin Fisher, and Hector Couto.

Deep In Tech Vol. 3

May 14, 2014 in Benjamin Shock, Dennis Ferrer, DJ Romain, Domscott, Doomwork, DZeta N' Basil, Echologist, Ejeca, Eric Powa B., Fabian Argomedo, Filtertypen, Gulivert, Hideo Kobayashi, Inner Rebels, Jawoo, Jay Tripwire, Kathy Brown, Kerri Chandler, Less Hate, Lula Circus, Macromism, Metodi Hristov, Mihalis Safras, Mikalogic, Namy, Nite Grooves, Nolan, Pach DJ, Piem, Raffa FL, Roter & Lewis, S.Rorschach, Speakdeep, Stefano Noferini, The Deepshakerz, Tiger Stripes, Tom Ellis, Valentina Black, Vidaloca, Zoo Brazil

Title: Deep In Tech Vol. 3
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: May 12, 2014
Label: Nite Grooves
Cat#: KSD 253

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

Nite Grooves is back with an incredible lineup of artists for our new and improved “Deep In Tech” compilation. Whether we’re talking tech house, techno, deep house, or indie dance, we can all agree that “tech” musical elements help shape and maneuver the music into a modern interpretation of dance floor destruction. Believe you me, this is a compilation you don’t want to miss! Keeping this rooted in house with just enough of edge make sure to check out, Kerri Chandler  – “Too Much”, Ejeca – “On”, and Dennis Ferrer – “Transitions (Sasse Re-Edit)”. Need a little deepness to soothe the soul? Well, no worries! Give a listen to, Zoo Brazil – “No One Left (Metodi Hristov Remix)”, Echologist – “Dub-Minded (3am Mix)”, and Doomwork – “Grey’s Disclosure (Macromism Remix)”. Finally, when the clock strikes 4am and the after-hours is upon us, make sure to grab, Fabian Argomedo & Altamirano – “Snitch”, Namy & Kathy Brown – “Not This Time (Stefano Noferini Dub Mix)”, and Domscott – “Bring On the Rain (The Deepshakerz Remix)”. Are you ready to get deep in tech?

New Breed of Deep House Vol. 3

February 19, 2014 in Aki Bergen, Baunz, Dainty Doll, Daniel Jaze, David Labeij, Deeplomatik, Della Zouch, DJ Da, DJ Le Roi, Doomwork, DZeta N' Basil, Fabio Ricciuti, Hector Couto, HouseRiders, James Silk, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Kerri Chandler, Kiko Navarro, Kruse and Nuernberg, Less Hate, Louie Fresco, Madmotormiquel, Marcelo Vak, Mark Lower, Mikalogic, Mikee, Nil By Mouth, Nite Grooves, Possessed Soul, Qubiko, Rey & Kjavik, Roberto Palmero, S!LK, Sunshine Jones, Supernova, The Deepshakerz, The WIG, Tom Ellis, Tuccillo, Vellcha, Vozmediano, Washerman, WD2N

Title: New Breed of Deep House Vol. 3
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: February 17, 2014
Label: Nite Grooves
Cat#: KSD 246

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

With the true meaning of “deep house” now in question these days, it’s become increasingly difficult to find new releases that keep the essence of what the genre is truly about. Being the purists we are here at King Street, we’ve hand selected only the best of the best to represent our “New Brand of Deep House” Compilation! Each track in this compilation brings to the table something different, unique, and game changing. Boasting and international roster such as, Adriatique, Supernova, Mark Lower, Kerri Chandler, Doomwork, WD2N, Sunshine Jones, James Silk, and many more, consider this your go to “toolbox” for all things deep house! If you’re looking for something from the “Nu-Skool” make sure to check out Robert PalmeroCrash”, Mark LowerCome”, S!LK & Della ZouchInside”, and The DeepshakerzBring It Down (Baunz Remix). If you’re a die hard old school deep fan, you’ll absolutely love Tuccillo & Kiko Navarro feat. AmorLovery (Tuccillo Nu Deep Dub Mix)”, Aki Bergen & Daniel Jaze feat. Possessed SoulThis Thing (Dub)”, Kerri ChandlerSomething Deeper”, and Sunshine JonesDirty Love (Louie Fresco Summer Sunshine Remix). Finally, NYC “up and comer” DJ/Producer The WIG sends you on a journey with two continuous mixes ready to kick off the party! Are you ready to go in Deep?

Finest NY House 2013 [Beatport Edition]

December 11, 2013 in 9west, Ananda Project, Angelo Ferreri, Balcazar & Sordo, Bubba, Bunte Bummler, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, David Glass, David Labeij, Deepdisco, Demarkus Lewis, Dino Lenny, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Doomwork, DZeta N' Basil, Fabian Argomedo, Gary Caos, Go Kiryu, Grace Ashaye, James Silk, Jay West, King Street Sounds

Title: Finest NY House 2013 [Beatport Edition]
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: December 9, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 239

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

2013 marked King Street‘s milestone 20th Anniversary, and we continue to celebrate the 2 decades worth of collaborations, remixes, re-issues with some more kick ass dance floor biscuits by some of the best up & coming as well as legendary talent in House Music. Finest NY House 2013 brings together 35 tracks, including 2 unreleased tracks on King Street Sounds, Nite Grooves, and Street King all on one retrospective comp. Consisting of electronic dance music styles ranging from Tech House, Classic-styled House, Progressive, Nu Deep, Disco and beyond, this collection features brand new unreleased tracks by EU House producers Sydney & Lukez  and returning Deep House producers 9west. The other 33 tracks are simply more of this year’s best recaps of DJs, producers, and remixers like DubTribe‘s Sunshine Jones, Cevin Fisher, Ananda Project, James Silk, Bubba, Kerri Chandler, Supernova, Tuccillo & Kiko Navarro, Mat.Joe, Redondo, Gary Caos, Fabian Argomedo, Less Hate, and many, many more. Also including bonus Continous mix by Go Kiryu. Go Kiryu has been playing “718 Sessions” & “Deep Space” as a guest DJ. Also he played as opening DJ for “Body & Soul” & “Maestro” release party. He  has released “Magic“, “Come Unto Me“, “We Can Make It” from King Street Sounds with Naotake Gunji under FCKS. This comp is just another shining example the label’s ongoing testament to find fine producers of many genres who love to share their unique and innovative studio styles.

 

Doomwork – Club Abduction Re-Entered

November 20, 2013 in A Lister, Doomwork, Jetro, Kasbah Zoo, Macromism, Metodi Hristov, Mihalis Safras, Pezzner, Rancido, Shades of Gray, Solo UK, Street King, Surrealism, Will Monotone

Title: Club Abduction Re-Entered
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: November 18, 2013
Label: Street King
Cat#: KSD 236

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

The original album and EPs by sensational producers Doomwork were so well received, a full album of the collection was inevitable. Presenting Club Abduction Re-Entered, an 12-piece comp filled with some of the best Deep and Minimal House out there today. From the dubby funky spacey Shades of Gray & A Lister Remix of “Red Lips” to Solo‘s & Milhalis Safras Remixes of the revered “This!” to Rancido Remix of “Revision” to Jesto sonically sumptuous Remix “Come Away From Club Abduction” to Kasbah Zoo‘s deep & dark Remix of “Plastic Town” and many more, you’ll get a lot of mileage out of this collection, whether warming up an after-hours set or having a deep house hangout during the setting sun.

Deep Into Nite Grooves: Mixed & Selected by DJ Spinna

October 2, 2013 in 9west, Aki Bergen, Alex Font, Ananda Project, Bassmental, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, Conga Squad, Daniel Jaze, Delgado, Dennis Ferrer, DJ Spinna, Doomwork, DZeta N' Basil, Eric Kupper, Fred Everything, G.IL.V., Gussy, James Dexter, K-Scope, Kenny Dope, Kerri Chandler, Kyoko Kamichika, Langenberg, Luigi Rocca, Masahiro Suzuki, Mia Tuttavilla, Nico Purman, Nil By Mouth, Nite Grooves, Oliver $, Oliver Desmet, P'Taah, Rancido, Roland Nights, Soundealers, Sunshine Jones, Supernova, Technique, Tiombe Lockhart

Title: Deep Into Nite Grooves: Mixed & Selected by DJ Spinna
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: September 30, 2013
Label: Nite Grooves
Cat#: KSD 232

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

As King Street‘s sister label Nite Grooves gets ready to celebrate 20 Years in 2014, we wanted to tap into the very essence of its diverse and deep sounds with a respectable comp. For this we needed the compiling candidate whose indisputable musical history spanned eras, styles and functions. After all, if you only know House Music, you won’t make good House Music. Enter the legendary DJ Spinna. With roots in Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Soul, he’s remixed for Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, De La Soul and more. He’s collaborated with Eminem, worked with Pharoah Monch and has had two hip hop groups, Jigmastas and Polyrhythm Addicts. His remix of Shaun Escoffery‘s “Days Like This” is arguably one of the greatest remixes in Soulful House Music history and is still being played today. For just under 2 decades, Nite Grooves has been on the forefront of Deep House, contributing to the global movement it is today. Its been known for releasing the more underground profound cuts, like those found on this album, that have at one point or another, made their way onto nearly every dancefloor on the planet. On Deep Into Nite Grooves: Mixed & Selected by DJ Spinna we get treated to an almost 80-minute head-knodding journey of some of the grooviest tunes in the catalog. He kicks off the 22-song comp with the truly vibey Fred Everything & Olivier Desmet Remix of Dennis Ferrer feat. Bola Belo‘s “Dem People Go!” and leads us into deep tune after deep tune like Bassmental‘s “Names Like?,”  Soundealers‘ “I Know You Want Me” (Langenberg Night Mix), Nil By Mouth‘s “Lunate,” Sunshine Jones‘ “Dirty Love” (Aki Bergen & Daniel Jaze Soulvision Remix) and others. He also includes six brand new unreleased tracks like Gussy//Delgado‘s “You Say Music,” 9west‘s “Simple Things,” Alex Font‘s “The Real Thing,” Roland Nights‘ “To The Point,” Rancido‘s “Sphere” (Deep Journey Main Mix), and more. The vibe gets house-ier and the pump gets even deeper with Cevin Fisher‘s “House Music” (Supernova Remix), Technique‘s “This Old House” (Oliver $ Dub), Conga Squad‘s “Blow Up” (James Dexter Remix), Doomwork‘s “Red Lips.” and the synthy “Electrikiss” by Eric Kupper presents K-Scope. The journey then takes a more alterna-dance direction with Spinna‘s own remix of P’taah‘s “Sun’s Departure,” which is followed by another P’taah feat. Tiombe Lockhart track and his own re-edit of Kenny Dope‘s Remix of “Dance Until We Die.” Then we round off nicely with Kerri Chandler‘s Original Concept Mix of Ananda Project feat. Mia Tuttavilla / “Awareness,” Eric Kupper presents K-Scope‘s “Dreamstate” and finally Luigi Rocca‘s Remix of G.IL.V.‘s “Perspective.” All these bassy, deep, thump tracks and silky smooth selections are as sensuous as they are cool and vibey. DJ Spinna puts them together seamlessly, creating a constant groovy ebb & flow, making this a great soundtrack to any deep house evening.

Doomwork – Club Abduction Remix EP 2

September 25, 2013 in A Lister, Doomwork, Mihalis Safras, Street King, Surrealism

Title: Club Abduction Remix EP 2
Artist: Doomwork
Release Date: September 16, 2013
Label: Street King
Cat#: SK 223

Available at Traxsource

The Hype:

It seems Alessandro Lacavalla & Claudio Maura aka Doomwork have been truly international in 2013 performing at some of the world’s best festivals and clubs. And with the success of both their “Club Abduction” EP as well as their “Club Abuduction Remix” EP we here at Street King cannot disappoint with a follow up! “Club Abudction Remix EP 2” begins with A Lister‘s smooth techno remix of “Red Lips“. Surrealism follows suit with his deep 90 Remix of “Sigma“. Greek powerhouse Mihalis Safras completes the EP with his fresh and funky remix for “This!” And just to be kind and keep you calibrated, we’ve included the original Doomwork mixes of “Red Lips” and “Sigma” to keep you popping into the night!

 

Doomwork – Club Abduction Remix EP 2

August 28, 2013 in Doomwork, Kasbah Zoo, Macromism, Street King, Surrealism

Title: Club Abduction Remix EP 2
Artist: Doomwork
Release Date: August 26, 2013
Label: Street King
Cat#: SK 221

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

We just cannot get enough of these guys. The level of diversity they’ve brought to the dance floor with their original album Club Abduction spans genres and decades. Cut a few remixes and their stuff will be booming out of speakers for a good long time. This 2nd Remix EP keeps the vibe alive with Italy’s Macromism Remix of “Grey’s Discourse,” an amazing quirky deep tech funk version that’s mentally hard to let go of. Speaking mental, EU’s Surrealism hands in a truly fantastic knee-knockin’, bass-rollin’ rendition of “Sigma” on their 90′s Dub Remix. The mood dips a little with fellow countrymen Kasbah Zoo‘s mellow snappy rendition of “Plastic Town.” Don’t sleep and be Doom(work)ed!!!

House of Ibiza 2013

July 16, 2013 in A Lister, Ananda Project, Bah Samba, Benjamin Shock, Bubba, Bunte Bummler, Chris Brann, Conga Squad, Danny Cohiba, Delgado, Dino Lenny, DJ Le Roi, DJ Mes, dj spen, Doomwork, DZeta N' Basil, Eric Powa B., Fabian Argomedo, Gary Hudgins, Gastek, Groove Assassin, Gussy, Inaya Day, James Dexter, James Silk, Jerome Robins, Joeski, L.D.F., La Pheena, Madmotormiquel, Mat.Joe, Metodi Hristov, Micah Sherman, Mr. Terrible, Namy, Nimphidia, Nopopstar, Oliver Schmitz, Oscar Barila, Richard Malcoh, Rocho, Sean McCabe, Soro Sori, Souldynamic, Squcciarini, Stephanie Cooke, Street King, Sunshine Jones, Technique, Terrance Downs, The WIG, Vexus T, Yass

Title: House of Ibiza 2013
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: July 8, 2013
Label: Street King
Cat#: KSD 224

Available at Beatport

The Hype:

The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the dance music world is prepping once again for the summer of dance in Ibiza! In celebration of a “soon to be” incredible summer of music on the world renowned party island, Street King is proud to present just under 34 of the hottest new dance music that will soon be infiltrating the dance charts and dance floors worldwide! Various styles from soulful, to soul-tech, to tech-house, to deep house and disco-tech come shining right through the stacks and raining down onto the crowd. Joeski brings the groove and deepness with “Say What?” Benjamin Shock will literally “shock” the dancefloor with his tech house anthem “Party Starter”. The Cotton Club has a great deal of history here in NYC and Dany Cohiba‘s “Cotton Club” pays a funky tribute! Street King “up and comer” Mr. Terrible keeps the energy high and aggressive with “Booly”. Vexus T‘s “LondonBoutique” and Alfonso Ares‘s “Lamuye” dig into the deeper side or house and tech house.  Nopopstar‘s “This Is a Tribal”and Oliver Schmitz & Mica Sherman‘s “Funky Chicken” are guaranteed to move any crowd. Tech house reigns supreme with Squicciarini & Alexbi‘s “Roxanne” while Adapter‘s “In Your Face” goes dark and deep for the late night rage. Finally, remix master Jerome Robins puts his deep tech spin on “The Life I Choose”. Soro Sori keeps it soulful and cool with “First Encounter”. These are but a taste of tunes on the massive comp that also include works by Sunshine Jones, Ananda Project ft. Terrance Downs, and many others. Doing the work for you, NYC up’n'comer, The WIG, rounds off the comp with his pristine two continuous mixes that will keep any event rocking! It’s time to get down!