GDD™ Morning Update: Sasha, Miguel Campbell, Jack J

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Sasha Returns With New Production “Ether”
• Listen to Miguel Campbell‘s Sun-Drenched “Into You”
Jack J Preps EP for Future Times, Shares Clips

 

Sasha Returns With New Production “Ether”

Rightfully championed as one of the worlds most acclaimed DJs, producers, and label bosses, Sasha (a.k.a Alexander Paul Coe) has consistently delivered some of dance music’s most dynamic and innovative music.

Picking up from where previous his latest solo release “Vapourspace” left off, he has returned with another exquisite production entitled “Ether.”

“Ether”, an intensely built track that is driven by a thunderous bass drum rhythm, demonstrates Sasha’s wonderful production skills with it’s carefully layered and beautifully distorted synth arrangement.

Also included is an “Intro Mix”, a  perfect re-work that follows the same fashion as  “Vapourspace” by providing a softer opening to the main production.

“Ether” can be streamed in full below.

(via XLR8R)

 

Listen to Miguel Campbell’s Sun-drenched “Into You”

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After Leeds-based producer Miguel Campbell posted a clip of ‘Into You’ to hisInstagram account and got a huge amount of love, he kindly decided to give it away as a free download.

The track is unmistakably Miguel Campbell and features a distinct summer vibe, just in time for the 2015 Ibiza season.

Campbell has a new album coming on Ralph Lawson‘s 20/20 Vision Recordings, after releasing his debut album on Jamie Jones and Lee Foss‘ Hot Creations imprint.

In the meantime, enjoy and download ‘Into You’ below.

(via Mixmag)

 

Jack J Preps EP for Future Times, Shares Clips

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Jack J of Vancouver label and collective Mood Hut debuts on Future Times next month with the Thirstin’ EP. As reported by Resident Advisor, the producer born Jack Jutson first gained attention as one half of XLR8R favorites and proprietors of playful, dusty house Pender Street Steppers, before releasing his first solo 12″ in 2014. Jutson is the latest Mood Hut affiliate to ally with Maxmillion Dunbar’s DC-based Future Times label, following records from Hashman Deejay and House of Doors last year.

According to the imprint, a-side cut “Thirstin'” “takes the day-in-the-life quintessence ofSomething (On My Mind) even further, using his voice to beautify the sparkling, spaced track.” Flipside, “Atmosphere” is said to have a “Patrick Adams vibe.” Clips for both tracks can be previewed below, ahead of the EP’s official arrival in June.

A Thirstin’
B Atmosphère

(via XLR8R)

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