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!
The Hype: A monumental 27-track compilation of some of the best up & coming Deep House producers in the world is upon us once again. Presenting the second comp in the series containing 18 brand new incredibly effective dance floor groovers. Tracks like the the funky cinematic “Rise” from Mexican producers Balcazar & Sordo, chunky funked out loopy “Tonight is the Night” by Australian/Czech producers Shades Of Gray, the moody slap-happy beats of “The Other Lane” (Giom Remix) by Soundealers, the eclectic stylings of “You Can Amor “(Seb Zito’s Js Mix) French artist Whim-ee, “Hunting Vibe” by Russian producer Chocolate Avenue reminiscent of works by Kerri Chandler, the 4/4 & dubby synths of “U R on My Mind” Argentinian producer Nico Purman, Japanese producers Kyoko Kamichika & Masahiro Suzuki’s “Deep Respiration, Rey & Kjavik “Animal vs Beast” and many, many more. There are also 9 previously released tunes like Doomwork’s fantastic “Sunshine & Mosquitoes,” P’taah’s epic “Perfumed Silence” (Dirty Dowering remix), Chronophone’s “Voce De Sa Trincha” (DZeta N’ Basile 5am Misty Mix), Sunshine Jones’ “I Got Your Back”(Kruse & Nuernberg Remix) and good number of others. With a slew of fans following them on sites like Resident Advisor, it’s easy to see how these artists are becoming credible mainstays in the growing genre. Take a good listen and open your mind to the profoundly altering sounds of a New Breed of Deep House.
The Hype: Stemming from the upcoming bountiful full-length comp being released soon comes a tasteful 7-track sampler tailor suited for Traxsource. Brand new, unreleased tracks from some of the world’s hottest up & coming purveyors of Deep House will give you a delectable taste of what’s in store. From the moody slap-happy beats of “The Other Lane” (Giom Remix) by Soundealers, straight up Swiss House producer Washerman’s “It Ain’t Right Baby, the funky “Top Notch” by Hamza and more, this is a great comp for any Deep House DJ and fan of the genre.
The Hype: Rising out of the EU Underground come the Soundealers who debuted on King Street Sounds with a couple straight forward simple, almost nonexistent, mini-vocal in previous release I Know You Want Me EP. “I Know You Want Me” comes out the box already remixed by Langenberg, best known for his “Mild Pitch” sexy midtempo sound, and a simple head-sticking interpretation by Rey & Kjavik. This EP features their original mixes remix by upcoming Russian Producer Dima Studitsky. Dimas remix on Keep On has an orchestral yet atmospheric approach that gives an epic feel to the track. I Know You Want Me and Keep On original mixes provide nostalgic strings, synth chords and vocals that mesh together to create distinctive melancholic moods. Here you can feel a new wind of house music imported from Portugal.
The Hype: As summer approaches us, so does this new edition of “A Long Hot Summer”. We want to be playing that gorgeous soundtrack as we cuddle our Summer romance or hangin’ with friends heading to the beach, pool party, rooftop, or picnic. Ananda Project very own Chris Brann puts together this stunning compilation for any summer festivities. Kicking off the comp is a Tuccillo & Kiko Navarro collab with “Quartett O’batalistico”, then continues on with the Kiko Navarro Disco Version of Ananda Project feat. Terrance Downs “Into The Sunrise” to Franco De Mulero “Porroig” He seamlessly integrates other tracks and dubs by Namy ft. Monday Michiru, From P60 & Lisa Shaw, Tiger Stripes ft. Kerri Chandler, Dj Vivona & Joi Cardwell. A great Alternate Mix of his own “Kiss Kiss Kiss” feat. Heather Johnson. Chris Brann uses his superb mixing skill and puts together this compilation that will rock and summer party.
Title: A Long Hot Summer mixes & selected by Chris Brann from Ananda Project Sampler EP Artist: Various Artists Featuring: Franco De Mulero, Soundealers, John Rivera, Esteban Carrasco, Sunshine Jones, From P60, Lisa Shaw, Forteba
Release Date: May 28, 2012 Label: Nite Grooves Cat#: KNG 408
The Hype: Ananda Project and P’taah frontman Chris Brann steps out of production mode for a hot second to DJ a summertime mix of pure deep and rhythmic musical bliss, in the 2012 edition of A Long Hot Summer. This EP provides a sample of what to expect on the mixed compilation including 5 brand new tracks right here. Starting with baleric producers Franco De Mulero pumpy The Darkness String, then Soundealers soulful Nite Grooves debut with Keep On.John Rivera & Esteban Carrasco brings a techier edge, meanwhile Sunshine Jones Warm Sun On My Face is set to wonderfully romanticized pads. Last up we have the Forteba remix of From P60 with Lisa Shaw Magic bringin on Nu Disco funk. This doesnt do the compilation much justice but it will build anticipation of what to expect and its HOT HOT HOT!