Germany-based DJ/producer, Glastrophobie, is making a name for himself with his accessible, melody-driven deep house sound. With a slew of originals and hit remixes of James Vincent McMorrow’s “We Don’t Eat,” Anna Graceman’s “Words,” and more, this 23-year-old is shaping up to be a crowd favorite amongst his other emerging deep house counterparts as he brings his own distinctive touch to the genre. On his guest mix, Glastrophobie shows us what he’s all about, keeping a strong vibe and groove throughout with tunes from Claptone, Karmon, and Kolsch, amongst others, as well as a fantastic closing track – his own “Berlin 10214.” Listen/download below and keep watch as Glastrophobie continues on his ascent in dance music.
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The promising Los Angeles-based musician, Christofi, makes his debut with the release of his remix of Mary J. Blige’s “Real Love,” created with fellow producer Glenn Michaels. Fresh out of college this year, Christofi opted out of taking up a “regular” job to pursue his dreams in the studio and behind the decks. Now he’s making his strong introduction to the world with this outstanding “future house” remix that features a blend of piano chords, synth riffs, and a hefty bassline built around the Mary J. Blige’s vocals. Listen/download above and stay tuned for more music from Christofi.
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The Dutch producer/DJs, Pep & Rash, have been enjoying massive support on their “future house” single, “Fatality,” and it’s now getting more buzz with this new Quintino edit. With the original tune already featuring big, melodic grooves and a peak-time vibe, Quintino was able to craft his own sound around the existing elements, bringing it further into festival-ready territory. Have a listen below and buy the edit on Beatport.
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.