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Abstract Jazz Journey: Mixed & Selected by Kyoto Jazz Massive

April 2, 2014 in Aaron Ross, Anna Cavazos, Bah Samba, Barbara Tucker, Blaze, Carolyn Harding, Ceybil Jefferies, Cookie Monsterz, diephuis, Ezel, Fanatix, Groove Assassin, Han Litz, Jennifer Morrison, Josh Milan, Kenny Bobien, Kerri Chandler, KT Brooks, Kyoto Jazz Massive, Lady Alma Project, Michelle Weeks, Namy, Neil Pierce, Reelsoul, Richard Earnshaw, Roland Clark, Sean McCabe, Steal Vybe, Stephanie Cooke, Terry Hunter, Troyetta Knox, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate, Urban Soul

Title: Abstract Jazz Journey: Mixed & Selected by Kyoto Jazz Massive
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: March 31, 2014
Label: Nite Grooves
Cat#: KSD 249

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The Hype:

Okino brothers Shuya & Yoshihiro, started out as DJs in the 80′s, then began producing in the 90′s and in the early 2000′s their careers took off when hailed by noted DJ & renowned BBC Radio 1 on-air personality Giles Peterson. Meet Kyoto Jazz Massive. They’ve seen works signed to Composte, Yellow Productions, Toshiba EMI, and many others, with over 84 remixes under their belt, appearing on over 64 compilations, and lending their name to even more production credits. For Nite Groves they were most known for their exceptionally eccentric and esoteric remix of Ananda Project‘s “Bahia” 10″ single off their acclaimed Morning Light album. Here they come back to King Street / Nite Grooves and show a deeper side on the latest Abstract Jazz Journey compilation. Jazzy House Master Rainer Truby (of Truby Trio) compiled and mixed the first one back in 2005 and we felt it was time to bring it back to feature some more great talent, namely KJM. Eighteen House-based songs with sprinkles of Jazz, Afro, Latin and Deep flavors are all thrown in the mix. It starts off with a beautiful exclusive version of Lady Alma Project‘s “Dreams,” and the lovely melodies don’t stop. It continues on with tunes like their own Shuya Okino feat. N’Dea Davenport‘s “Look Ahead” (Kyoto Jazz Massive Recreated Mix), Bah Samba feat. Anna Cavazos‘ “Lost Without  You,” Namy feat. Josh MilanFrom Now On,” Groove AssassinAfrik Bounce,” Kerri Chandler feat. Jennifer MorrisonLet Him In,” and many more. It also includes the Terry Hunter Bang Jazz Main Mix of the recent  Top 10 Billboard Club Hit Namy & Barbara TuckerI Can’t Wait.” All of these and more are here for you to get your mixed bag of grooves on.  Buy the whole comp and get the 76+ minute continuous mix as a free bonus!

King Street Sounds Reformed Classics 2013

December 4, 2013 in Alessandro Bacci, Alex Kenji, Ananda Project, Andre Laos, Barbara Tucker, Big Moses, Bill Williams, Blaze, Carol Sylvan, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, Chris Perez, Claude Monnet, Crazibiza, Danell Dixon, Dennis Ferrer, DJ E-Clyps, DJ Mes, DJ Pierre, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, DJ Romain, DJ Slider, Frankie Feliciano, IlySantana, Jeannie Hopper, Jihad Muhammed, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Jon Cutler, Julius Papp, Kenny Bobien, Kerri Chandler, Kiko Navarro, KT Brooks, Less Hate, Louie Gorbea, Martin Solveig, Metodi Hristov, MINDSKAP, Miss Patty, Monday Michiru, Mood II Swing, Mr.V, Nick Jones, Phillip Damien, Robosonic, Romanthony, Sasha, Satoshi Fumi, Sean McCabe, Silver City, Stephanie Cooke, Street King, Suges, Sunshine Jones, Supernova, Technique, Terrance Downs, Tiger Stripes, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate, Will Monotone

Title: King Street Sounds Reformed Classics 2013
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: December 2, 2013
Label: Street King
Cat#: KSD 238

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The Hype:

For the past 20 years King Street Sounds has worked with some of the world’s most respected producers and released some of the most historic dance floor House Music smashers to ever come out of club stacks. On this 3rd volume of the Reformed Classics 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 seven smokin’ tunes like the house-y DJ Slider remix of Dennis Ferrer feat. K.T. Brooks‘ “How Do I Let Go,” DJ Pierre feat. Felicia‘s “Come Together” (What Is House?) with supreme house mix by Supernova, Nick Jones Experience feat. Colonel Abrams’As I Take You Back” with 4/4 classic house mix by US producer DJ E-Clyps, Ananda Project‘s renowned “Falling For You” with a mind-blowing digital house interpretation by one of Portugal’s finest producers, Mindskap, and finally Big Moses feat. Michelle Ayers’s classic “Joy” with smoothy vibey remix by serious Deep House producer, Suges. jOHNNYDANGEROUs‘ “Beat That Bitch” with funky darker mix by Italian producers Less Hate, Mood 2 Swing‘s “Closer” with low down remix by tech house producer Andre Laos, Ananda Project‘s renowned “Falling For You” with tech mix by US producer Will Monotone and lastly Dubtribe front man Sunshine Jones’ “If You Wouldn’t Mind” with tech house mix by EU producer Metodi Hristov Remix and many, many more. A great throwback to future sounds.

New York Big Room Classics (20 Years Essentials)

September 25, 2013 in Ananda Project, Angel Moraes, Benji Candelario, Carlton, Cevin Fisher, Chris Brann, Chris Staropoli, Danell Dixon, Divas of Color, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Guy Gerber, Hiroshi Watanabe, Jackie Cohen, Jamico, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Josh Collins, Kimara Lovelace, King Street Sounds, Lil House Gangstaz, Miguel Guzman, Mood II Swing, Moogrove, Muzzaik Productions, Nicola Hitchcock, Peter Rauhofer, Roy Davis Jr., Saeed & Plash, Satoshi Tomiie, Subslide, Tiger Stripes, Ultra Nate, URH, X-system

Title: New York Big Room Classics (20 Years Essentials)
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: September 23, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 231

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The Hype:

Before “EDM” was coined there were record labels releasing Dance Music for the mass of djs and clubgoers alike to enjoy. For 20 years, King Street Sounds and sister labels have seen their fair share of floor shakers hitting crowds from NY to Miami to Japan to Ibiza and beyond. To commemorate this milestone we’re celebrating some of the best foot-tappin, head-nodding releases with a special 20 track compilation. Some of the most full on 4/4 tracks that truly defined what House Music is today, were produced by some of the best in the biz like Guy Gerber, Angel Mores, Peter Rauhofer, Cevin Fisher, Benji Candelario, Saaed & Palash, Satoshi Tomiie, Tiger Stripes, Roy Davis, Jr,  and many more, have been culled from the catalog reflecting back to the distant and not so distant past and are featured here. From earlier tunes released in the first decade like MOOD II SWING‘s “Heart Attack Track” released in ’94, Ultra NatéParty Girl” (1995), X-SYSTEMHard Harmony” (1996), Divas of Color feat. Evelyn “Champagne” KingOne More Time” (1996), Johnny DangerousBeat That Bitch” (1997) and others, to more contemporary tunes released in the second decade like, Ananda Project feat. Nicola HitchcockCan You Find The Heart” (2003), Joshua CollinsFalling Up Ward” (2003), Guy GerberMidnight Sketches” (2006), and more. DJs and fans alike are sure to reminisce or even discover for the first time what King Street is all about; and that’s historical House and Electronic Dance Music.

King Street Sounds Accapellas (20 Years Essentials)

August 28, 2013 in Ananda Project, Barbara Tucker, Big Moses, Blaze, Carlton, Carol Sylvan, Chris Brann, Dennis Ferrer, Divas of Color, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Evelyn "Champagne" King, JJ Mullor, jOHNNYDANGEROUs, Kenny Bobien, Kiko Navarro, Kimara Lovelace, King Street Sounds, Lexvaz, linda clifford, Louie Vega, Mia Tuttavilla, Mood II Swing, Peven Everett, Ralphi Rosario, Sara Story, Sunshine Jones, Technique, Tuccillo, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate

Title: King Street Sounds Accapellas (20 Years Essentials)
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: August 26, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 228

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The Hype:

A whopping Twenty of the most well known and never-before-offered acapellas of some of the hottest tunes from the King Street/Nite Grooves/Street King vault are presented in this special 20 Years Essential edition of voices only. A great DJ tool, imagine throwing such voxes of classics like “TouchedThe Sky” by Dennis Ferrer feat. Mia Tuttavilla, “One Desire” by  Barbara Tucker & Tuccillo, “Most Precious Love” by Blaze presents Underground Dance Artists United For Life feat. Barbara Tucker, “Dirty LoveSunshine Jones and “I Can’t Believe I Loved Her” by Peven Everett as well as more super classic unforgettable vox’s like “Closer” by Mood II Swing feat. Carol Sylvan, “Beat That Bitch” by jOHNNYDANGEROUs, “This Old House” by Technique, “One More Time” (Accapella) by Divas Of Color feat. Evelyn “Champagne” King, “Cascades of Colour” by Ananda Project feat. Gaelle Adisson, “Brighter Days” by Big Moses feat. Kenny Bobien and so many more over your fave track! The inventive possibilities are endless for creating sure-fire mash ups to make for quite a memorable evening.

Divas On King Street (20 Years Essentials)

June 6, 2013 in Abel Ramos, Aki Bergen, Alessandro Bacci, Alex Kenji, Ananda Project, Barbara Tucker, Blaze, Blu Mar Ten, Carol Sylvan, Carolyn Harding, Chris Brann, Cookie Monsterz, Danny Tenaglia, Dennis Ferrer, Dimitri, Divas of Color, DJ Pierre, DJ Shingo, dj spen, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Franky Rizardo, Fred Everything, Gaelle Adisson, Graham Lord, Jackie Cohen, Jamico, Joi Cardwell, Kenny Dope, Kerri Chandler, Kimara Lovelace, King Street Sounds, linda clifford, Matteo Marini, Michelle Weeks, Monique Bingham, Mood II Swing, Oliver Desmet, Orienta Rhythm, P'Taah, Richard Earnshaw, Rudi Silva, Sean McCabe, Stefano Noferini, Stephanie Cooke, Studio Apartment, Tetsu Shibuya, The MuthaFunkaz, Tiombe Lockhart, Treasa "Diva" Fennie, Tuccillo, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate, URH

Title: Divas On King Street (20 Years Essentials)
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: June 3, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 222

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The Hype:

Contemporary and legendary female vocalists alike have graced this commemorative 20 Years Essentials edition of Divas on King Street. Just the very mention of their names bring glory and glamour into the spotlight. Legendary female House Music singers like Barbara Tucker, Michelle Weeks, Kimara Lovelace, Linda Clifford, Ultra Nate, Dawn Tallman, Stephanie Cooke, and their contemporary counterparts Monique Bingham, Tiombe Lockhart, Gaelle Adisson, Heather Johnson, and others have at one point or another raised hands and spirits on some of the world’s best dance floors with their songs. Coupled with their respective world-renowned producers Dennis Ferrer, Kerri Chandler, Kenny Dope, Chris Brann, Ralphi Rosario, Blaze, Mood II Swing, Sean McCabe and more, they provide a variety of rhythms, loops and melodies that span two decades of productions. Revamped back catalog songs like “When Can Our Love Begin” (Richard Earnshaw Remix), “Party Girl” (Abel Ramos Havre de Grace With Love Mix), “I Hear The Music” (Aki Bergen Dub-O-Matic Mix), “Closer” (Fred Everything & Oliver Desmet Remix) to  “Be Yourself” (Agora Rhythm Mysterious Vox) and “Dance Until We Die” (Kenny Dope Remix) make this 20-piece set an indispensable collection for many House Music lovers.

Classic House Grooves: Mixed By Daishi Dance & DJ Kawasaki

April 24, 2013 in Ananda Project, Anthony Nicholson, Avery Sunshine, Barbara Tucker, Black Shampu, Blaze, Carolyn Victorian, Cevin Fisher, Charlotte Hunt, Chris Brann, Daishi Dance, DJ Kawasaki, DJ Oji, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Doreen Younglove, Eastside Movement, Hanna Hais, Hippie Torrales, Ivan Iacobucci, Kerri Chanlder, Kiko Navarro, Kimara Lovelace, King Street Sounds, Lavette, Lenny Fontana, Mr.V, Roy Davis Jr., Satoshi Tomiie, Soul Movement, Sunshine Jones, The Freemasons, Tiger Stripes, Timmy Regisford, Tomo Inoue, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate, X Fade

Title: Classic House Grooves: Mixed By Daishi Dance & DJ Kawasaki
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: April 22, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 219

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The Hype:

Two of the top djs and House producers in Japan, Daishi Dance & DJ Kawasaki step out of the King St/Nite Grooves vault with an armful of fierce classics & neo-classic jams. They get their regular fill of playing for large crowds on the mainland where Daishi Dance holds residency at some of Tokyo’s biggest clubs like ageHa, Womb, and Precious Hall in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Likewise, Kawasaki, whose repertoire is a crossover between House & Jazz, also has a residency at Club Room in Tokyo. On this digital album, their styles shine through as they lay down 26 of some of the finest tunes to ever hit the dance floor in the last 20 years. They’ve included some of their own cool production work like Kawasaki‘s original release “Blazin’,” his remix of Ananda Project feat. Avery Sunshine‘s “Stalk You,” and Daishi Dance‘s remix of Roland Clark presents Urban Soul‘s “Life Time.” They also throw in a massive set of classics like the Roy Davis Dub and DJ Pierre 1994 original of “Good & Plenty Love” by X Fade feat. Lavette, Satoshi Tomiie‘s mix of Ultra Nate‘s 1995 hit “Party Girl (Turn Me Loose),” and David Morales‘ Def Club Mix of “Glory Glory” Ananda Project feat.Terrance Downs released in 2000. No King St classic comp would be complete without Blaze presents Underground Dance Artists United For Life feat. Barbara Tucker‘s “Most Precious Love,” here with the Freemason‘s “Proper” Club Mix, Lenny Fontana presents Eastside Movement‘s “Inner City,” and Timmy Regisford Shelter Anthem mix of “When Can Our Love Begin” by Kimara Lovelace. Original tunes by Kiko Navarro, Sunshine Jones, Anthony Nicholson, Ivan Iaccobucci and others are also in the mix. Take a listen and be captivated by some new & classic catalog.

Blaze presents UDAUFL feat. Ultra Naté – A Wonderful Place (Sean McCabe Remix)

January 30, 2012 in Blaze, Sean McCabe, Tomo Inoue, Ultra Nate, Underground Dance Artists United FOr Life

A Wonderful Place (Sean McCabe Remix)Release Date: 1/30/12
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat #: KSS 1358

The Hype: Another group of hot soulful remixes, stemming from the Blaze presents Underground Dance Artists United for Life “Keep Hope Alive” album comes out on King Street. This batch reinterprets Blaze feat. Ultra Naté, “Wonderful Place” putting some extra spring in the step. UK DJ/Producers Bobby & Steve hit us with a lovely rendition reminiscent of a classic percussive soulful MAW mix that’s sure to please. Our very own Tomo gives us a deep synthy laid back dubby feel with slight vocal injections for added flavor. On the flip, the Fanatix, Britain’s Aaron Ross from BBC 1Xtra and uber-producer Neil Pierce, keep us movin’ with an all out digital melodic interpretation, on their Main Mix minus some of Ultra’s vocals on the dub. What a Wonderful Place indeed.

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Blaze presents UDAUFL feat Ultra Naté – A Wonderful Place (Sean McCabe Classic Mix) by kingstreetsounds

Blaze presents UDAUFL feat. Ultra Naté – A Wonderful Place (Sean McCabe Wonderdub) by kingstreetsounds