Hot Natured fans rejoice! Breaking from their tradition of not really doing remixes, the talent quartet recently released this stream of their take on Phoenix’s “Entertainment” and it couldn’t be more delicious. Turning the indie-dance hit into more of a sultry deep groove, this one is definitely going to be a summer staple.
“We’re all big fans of Phoenix. We had kind of decided that Hot Natured wouldn’t do remixes but we couldn’t turn this down. We broke off finishing the album and all got it involved. Our first proper Hot Natured remix.” – Hot Natured
Yesterday, VICE announced the launch of their newest platform. An electronic music culture website and youtube channel called THUMP. To kick off the launch they debuted several videos covering artists, music and behind the scenes perspectives – one of which mirrored my post last week on Claude VonStroke at Marquee. Check out the video above to see what it’s like behind the booth and a glimpse into the mind of the master mixer!
Happy Friday everybody! To celebrate make sure to pick up the latest from Viceroy and French Horn Rebellion! “Friday Nights” is a groovy taste of summer in a disco bottle of champagne. The perfect track to start your Friday night!
Out today on Cr2 Records is the latest collaboration from our dude Pierce Fulton and Maor Levi. “Wanna Be” is a progressive melodic masterpiece in its original form and a huge house banger with the club edit. I definitely see this one being a big tune in the upcoming festival season. Check out both below and tell us what you think?
Last Friday I headed back to the west side to the infamous Marquee New York. With help from Sleepy & Boo, the lineups for Marquee’s “underground” night on Fridays have only gotten increasingly better since it’s opening in January and last week was no exception. The Dirtybird chief, Claude VonStroke was in the house and there was no way I could miss those tech-funk vibes. Catch my review after the jump!
LVIS-1990 is the co-founder of UK-based dance music label Night Slugs. The UK bass-ed music movement has recently gone stateside and expanded into warehouses across America. Our good friend Anibal caught up with James Connelly and learned about his transcontinental move and plans for the Night Slugs label. Catch the interview after the jump!