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The Arts Factory Magazine (TAFMAG) et les copaings de Dose Records s’invitent au Nüba ce jeudi 23 octobre ! Ils ont promis que le beau temps sera avec nous sur l’immense rooftop de la Cité de la Mode pour cette 4e soirée du webzine culturel TAFMAG. Le grand toit-terrasse accueillera musiciens, artistes et créateurs, de 18h à l’aube, sous le soleil de ses parasols chauffants électriques. Plus de détails sur facebook !
5×2 places à gagner : pour participer, il suffit d’envoyer un mail ayant pour objet « TAFMAG x DOSE » à electrokorporation (at) gmail.com. Les gagnants seront informés jeudi en début d’après-midi. Suerte, gringos !
New York City’s producer/DJ, Baltra, is making a strong introduction for himself with his mesmerizing new EP, The Vision, which is his debut on Curses‘ well-respected Safer At Night label. In honor of the release, we’ve enlisted this emerging underground talent for a showcase of the distinctive house and techno vibe that he, and the “Gotham”-based label have incubated in the basements, warehouses, and clubs in the city. Weaving through tracks from his EP, and others from jozif, Secondcity, Dusky, and more, Baltra offers up a fantastic guest mix that’s definitely one to hold on to for those late nights/early mornings. Check out the mix below and find his EP, as well as the mix tracklist, after the jump.
Buy Baltra’s The Vision EP on Beatport.
01 The Vision – Baltra (Safer At Night)
02 Sneak Thief – jozif (Leftroom Limited)
03 Deep Down – Secondcity (Saved Records)
04 Escape – Route 94 (Leftroom Records)
05 4T4 – Dusky (Anjunadeep)
06 Stagger – Mak & Pasteman (Materials.)
07 What Can I Do (Mark Fanciulli Remix) – Secondcity feat. Ali Love (Ministry of Sound Recordings/Speakerbox)
08 Warehouse Anthem – Sidney Charles (Moda Black)
09 The Hustle – Erosion Flow (Man Make Music)
10 Loose Attitude – Baltra (Safer At Night)
11 The Untitled – Matt Tolfrey (Brachtune)
12 Fatty Que – Laszlo Dancehall (Man Make Music)
13 Drip Dawn – Patricia (Ghostly International)
LA label Nite Records is back at it again with the release of Austin Frank’s dreamy Balearic ballad Move Ahead. The Miami-based producer pairs a deep, pulsing groove with syncopated drums on a dreamy sunset cruise. The young label shows no signs of stopping, adding Austin Frank’s refined international sound as the fourth release to their rapidly expanding catalog, both building momentum into 2015.
The Kentucky boy Amtrac can’t be stopped… 2 weeks ago he lit up NIGHT BASS in downtown Los Angeles, has been direct support this fall on the sold-out KYGO North American and European tours – and still has found time to release an original collab w/ Kaskade, a FREE new remix and mix for Diplo & Friends that is too good to be true. Let your ears catch up below:
Amtrac’s newest remix for Shakka’s “When Will I See You Again” delivers all the feels, keeping a deep but soulful bassline below the haunting vocals and melodic house chords. Best part – its all yours for FREE download:
On top of that, the boy just dropped a huge guest mix for Diplo & Friends on BBC 1XTRA , stacked with new originals, unreleased gold, and some of the best house music across the board. Grab that + track listing below!
Sharam Jey, Night Talk – The Future
Amtrac – Those Days (VIP Mix)
Cevin Fisher – The Freaks Come Out (Idiotproof Remix – Jesse Rose Edit)
Andre Crom, Martin Dawson – Ballistics
Endor – Hallelujah Anyway
ZDS – Dirtbag
Harry Romero, Doorly – The Truth
St. Lucia – Elevate (Kreap’s Throwback Vocal Mix)
Chambray – Parklife
Treasure Fingers – Honey Dip (SLUGGERS Remix)
Sammy Bananas – Money Time (feat. Antony & Cleopatra) [NY Strip's Piano Mix]
Herve Feat. Zebra Katz – Tear The House Up (Monsieur Monsieur Remix)
Nail – Optimus
Kiwi – The Mara (Duke Dumont Remix)
Elliphant feat. MØ – One More (Amtrac Remix)
Joey Negro Pres. Z Factor – Sounds In The Air (Soul Purpose Mix)
Amtrac – ?????
Halloween came early for you kids, the yung dirty bird Justin Jay has gotta treat for you!
“Dirtybird’s 10 year anniversary is creepin up which is crazy. Can’t believe the label’s been doing its thing for 10-years. I wish I’d been in on it since I was 11, but I was getting down to jamz like this at the time so I can’t really complain. With Halloween coming up, this just had to happen….” – Justin Jay
• Eats Everything Dishes Up His “Edible Arrangement” North American Tour
• Bromance to release Homieland Vol.1 in November
• Jerome LOL Shares New Track from Upcoming Friends of Friends Compilation
• Hear Rustie’s sparkling VIP version of ‘Lost’
Eats Everything Dishes Up His “Edible Arrangement” North American Tour
Bristolian techno cuisinier Eats Everything aka Daniel Pearce is prepped to take his salivary show for a trip through the aural palates of his ravenous North American fanbase this fall. Eats’ever satiating “Edible Arrangement” tour is set to hit 10 cities kicking off October 29th- offering a cure for nationwide late night hunger.
Eats’ appetite is matched only by his abilities in the booth, earning him a perpetually jam-packed touring schedule across the globe. His unabashed enthusiasm and impeccable selections have seen him welcomed by packed dance floors and unhinged jaws worldwide, whether it be intimate early morning afterhours or massive mainstage festival sest. 2014 has proved super-sized for him, with festival appearances at Parklife, Glastonbury, and Exit. He’s had a seminal summer in Ibiza with shows for Jamie Jones’ Paradise at DC10 as well as massive outings at Cocoon plus a b2b set with Seth Troxler at Amnesia closing
Eats Everything, burst out of Bristol in 2011 with his debut of ‘Entrance Song’ on Catz n’ Dogz’s ‘Pets’ imprint. The release caught the attention of Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Jamie Jones, and Seth Troxler, earning the title of DJ Magazine’s ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ of the year.
Eats’ fun-loving, bass heavy house style caught the ears of dirtybird king-pin Claude VonStroke, who quickly sunk his teeth into ‘The Size’ and ‘Tric Trac’ signing them for his SF imprint. These singles were followed shortly by his ‘Vertigo’ EP also on dirtybird and a slew of remixes of including: Ting Tings, Jamie Jones, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaur, We Have Band, Roy Davis Junior and Crazy P on a broad selection of labels including Get Physical, Shy FX’s Digital Soundboy, Classic, PMR, FFRR and Leftroom and Sony/Deconstructed.
The “Edible Arrangement” Tour will deliver a full menu of Eats’ signature house and techno munchies to the likes of HARD Day of the Dead, San Francisco’s Mezzanine, Miami’s Trade, NYC’s Output, and variety of other high profile venues.
Visit the Edible Beats Soundcloud HERE
10/29 – Freak Week – Seattle, WA
10/30 – Rhodesia Club – Mexico City, MX
10/31 – Mezzanine – San Francisco, CA
11/1 – Vinyl – Denver, CO
11/2 – HARD Day of the Dead – Pomona, CA
11/7 – Trade – Miami, FL
11/8 – Output – New York, NY
11/13 – Kingdom – Austin, TX
11/14 – 301 – El Paso, TX
11/15 – Shazam – Detroit, MI
Bromance to release Homieland Vol.1 in November
Bromance Records will release their first compilation ‘Homieland Vol.1’ on November 24.
The CD will consist of two thematically named CDs with 19 previously unreleased tracks.
The first CD entitled ‘Family’ features Bromance artists like Brodinski (pictured), Louisahhh!!!, Maelstrom, Panteros666 and Sam Tiba, while the second CD ‘Friends’ – as the name suggests – is devoted to Bromance comrades like Jimmy Edgar, Joefarr, Jon Convex, Paraone & Myd and more.
The compilation also features ‘Can’t Help Myself’ the new single by Brodinski which will be out a week earlier on November 17.
‘Homieland’ will then go on tour from late November until the end of January with stops in Paris, Miami, New York, Barcelona, Milan and more.
Dates for the BMC Homieland Tour will be announced soon but check out a minimix by Guillaume Berg below.
Jerome LOL Shares New Track from Upcoming Friends of Friends Compilation
One of a handful of new tracks exclusive to the forthcoming fifth anniversary compilationfrom Los Angeles label Friends of Friends, Jerome LOL‘s latest production, “All That I Am,” can now be streamed in full. Incorporating the vocals of increasingly frequent collaborator Sara Z, the track finds Jerome LOL (a former XLR8R podcast contributor) crafting a charged house production fueled by rising organ chords and a thick rhythmic procession.
The SoCal producer’s “All That I Am” effort can be heard in its entirety below before the Friends of Friends label’s 5oFoF anniversary compilation sees its official release on November 4.
Hear Rustie’s sparkling VIP version of ‘Lost’
The refix transforms ‘Lost’ from a perky, vocal-led summer jam into a hyperactive club track that’s all elbows and knees, and sweetened with a dash of filter house silliness.
Stream it above.
Shir Khan always brings all things deep and funky when it comes to his extraordinary imprint, Exploited. The Sercret Gold series has given us some of the best underground tracks from the likes of Piemont, Huxley and Claptone, the sixth and latest installment is no different.
Secret Gold 6 starts out with my personal favorite, “Give It To Me” by PJU which features Josh Caffe & Robert Owens on the vocals. A soulful yet modern house track, it’s heavy on the horns and synths while hyper-sexed vocal cuts take the track to new heights. The rest of the EP is solid until the very end, Belgium’s very own Antilope’s dreamy concoction “Body Trouble” comes in next and is smooth mixture of deep house and dream pop. Finishing it off Kevin McKay (from Glasgow Underground) gives us a tribal tech house jam with “Everythings A Dream”, and newcomer Will Clarke’s wobbly “Gunna Give U” is a floor focused stomper.
You can purchase Secret Gold 6 now on Beatport, so what are you waiting for?! Go on and get down!
After almost a year, the fantastic House Of Disco label come with the latest EP from imprint stalwart, Harry Wolfman and his pal, Skinny Love. The ‘Celebre EP’ features 3 cuts from the duo that certainly don’t disappoint plus remix creds from the likes of The Revenge, JKriv and Kickflip Mike. The title cut is a subby, rolling house joint with bucket-loads of swagger and a sneaky tempo change that’s sure to ignite a dancefloor. ‘Slurpsville’ ups the tempo and leans heavier on it’s disco roots with a slap-bass and chipper percussion… this one gets the remix treatment from JKriv who houses up the joint real good.
Though The Revenge remixes are sure to catch ones attention, I feel that neither of them add much to the originals and are a tad superfluous. Sometimes you need to fluff your pillow, it would seem.
As always, comment on and repost your favourite track to enter a draw to win an advance copy of the vinyl!
Outputmessage AKA Bernard Farley out of Washington DC just released his new single “Pillars”, the good folk in NYC duo Walker & Royce remixes this into a jacking house anthem complete with pads, handclaps and a haunting bassline. Get in on the free download action via the Soundcloud player below.
Japanese production legend Shinichi Osawa has a new EP coming out courtesy of Secure Recordings. So what is this you say? Well, its a label ran by Bart Bmore in The Netherlands which has appear on the musical radar….well my musical radar.
The output we got here to sample is very exciting and I’m really looking forward to it!
Beatport release for Shinichi’s EP will be October 27 so please buy and check it out
Holy Fuck, Norwegian UK house duo Loveless, dropped their remix of Whitney Houston’s 1985 track, How Will I Know. Its an absolutely stunning remix with flicks of the classic Whitney and doused in the current/future state of dance music and positive vibes.
The duo also dropped a fuckin’ awesome
Genie In A Bottle mix that is cooler than cool bae;
check it out HERE HERE HERE HERE.