Munk is a German producer who has been growing steadily over the past years. Roots in deep house and disco keep his tracks light and refreshing, and his work for Paradisko and Final DJs is really impressive. Deep groove and spaced out vibes run throughout this production, with a nice chiming melody to keep you engaged. Throw in a nice fat bass line and you’ve got a sick one for the dance floor. Stream the track above, and make sure to look out for more from Munk.
Whitney Fierce is a name that you’ll want to be remembering. A member and touring member of Hercules & Love Affair, she’s no stranger to high class musicianship. She’s taken her well-rounded musical influence to the decks for a solo effort, lead today by the first single off of the forthcoming “Broken Car Window” EP. “The Night Air” lies on the darker side of the deep house spectrum, showcasing skillfully crafted percussion elements and a devious bass line. An accompanying remix from Eric Sharp lightens things up a bit, reworking the track with jackin’ house flair. The release is capped off with a launch party at Golden Box in Hollywood tonight, the 24th. She will be joined on the decks by Eric Sharp, Bystander, Give In and Londonbridge — RSVP here.
Shèmce is an awesome, up-and-coming producer from Canada. His productions are rich and melodic, often incorporating a tropical twist. For his latest work, a remix of The Weeknd, he delivers a different side of his production portfolio. The track in question has a bit harder hitting, more club-suited style. Progressive synths create an uplifting atmosphere, balanced nicely by the dark vocals and tough bass line. Grab this one for free, and look out for more from Shèmce.
For this GDD™ Premiere, we’re going to slow things down with some future bass vibes from Luca Lush. This NYC-based producer has put on a clinic of production versatility with his last handful of remixes, and this latest release continues the trend. Sampling cover vocals from “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” Luca Lush paints an emotional portrait. The fireworks really start when the bass arrangement kicks in, and some cool melodic chimes are sprinkled in. Another great tune from this great producer — listen here first, and be on the lookout for an upcoming collaboration track with Dirty Chocolate via alaya.
WMC is just around the corner, and we’re already counting the days til we’re back in South Beach. To add to the excitement, we’re privileged to bring you the exclusive premiere of KANT‘s ‘Sub Man’ off Toolroom‘s forthcoming compilation MIAMI UNDERGROUND. This track goes into the depths of house and sends you jackin straight into the darkness. Deep, minimal, and reminiscent of the late nights in Miami to come, get lost in this new original from KANT – and be sure to pick it up when it drops on Feb 2nd!
Kicking off the Miami season in style, blending brand new exclusives & this year’s hottest alternative tracks from the biggest artists is ‘Miami Underground 2015′. Offering an array of fresh, underground beats from Maceo Plex, Dubfire, Sven Vath, Maya Jane Coles, Deetron, Alan Fitzpatrick, Sidney Charles, Hollen, Weiss, Dosem, Jay Lumen, Eelke Kleijn & many more, plus 14 brand new 100% exclusives from KANT, Full Intention, Kevin McKay, Ben Remember, Bluford Duck, Low Steppa, Retchordz, Mario Ochoa, Erik Hagleton & Thee Cool Cats! – Release Date: 02.02.15
Fire up the choppers, we’re heading off the coast of Southern California for out latest GDD™ Premiere. “Catalina Bounce” is the latest track from Rambo V, and up-and-coming producer who has been releasing his tracks on Next Wave Records. Drawing groovy samples from K7’s legendary tune “Come Baby Come,” this track is crafted for the dancefloor. Island percussion and a mean bass line pull it all together. There is early support from acts including Anna Lunoe and Thomas Jack, so we’re confident this won’t be the only time you hear “Catalina Bounce.” You can catch Rambo V live at Sound on 1/29, No Filter on 1/31 and Moniker Warehouse on 2/14.
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I’m very excited to premiere a huge track from London based producer Weiss, today. “The Light” comes as a b-side addition to “Our Love” — premiered by Mixmag just last week. Released via Toolroom Records, these two tracks make up the “Our Love” EP, and both carry a certain classic house vibe and appeal. The beauty of “The Light” is it’s simplicity, in which the vocal samples play nicely with a full, dance floor friendly bass line. Stream the track below, and read more to check out our exclusive interview with Weiss after the jump.
Last month, we got an exclusive taste of Cosella from Thump via an interview and first-listen feature. Today, we’re proud to bring you the exclusive world premiere of the Canadian producer’s debut EP “In My Roots.” Released on Sleazy G, this three-track collection of is a welcome addition to any g-house catalogue. Each track delivers a powerful punch of that big bass Cosella has become known for, yet each brings a little something different to the table. Enjoy the “In My Roots” EP and keep a lookout for more from this up-and-comer in the near future.
Quality not quantity. That’s been the subtle motto of 21-year-old producer, Durante, who defined his sound in 2014 with the original production, “Slow Burn,” racking up over a million listens after premiering on YouTube giant, The Sound You Need. He followed that with an official remix for London songstress, Laurel, once again laying down his pleasantly delicate touch for a beachy, House take on the original that became an instant favorite of 2014.
Now, in his third outing, Durante goes for a perfect 3/3 with new original, “Full Moon.” Snagging inspiration from House legend Kerri Chandler, the youthful producer puts his old soul on display in the club-ready record. Where “Slow Burn” and his remix of “Shells” exhibited Durante’s ability to make tunes for the sunshine, “Full Moon” highlights the nocturnal side of his skillful production and is fully aimed at dimly lit, peak time play.
Listen first below and get more of Durante on Soundcloud. √+
We’ve seen many remixes of Flight Facilities thrown around in the past weeks. Guys like Lido and HNNY have both put their stamp on “Two Bodies” to the delight of listeners everywhere. Today, we’re stoked to bring you the missing link in the remix spectrum. Our good buddy and Los Angeles native Modus has graced us with an exclusive download of his take on the aforementioned “Two Bodies.” He repurposes the simple, yet beautiful melody into a churning tech-house piece, incorporating the ethereal vocals in the ladder half to tie everything together.
This one truly is made for the club, so expect to be hearing it at one near you. Speaking of which, you can catch Modus at one of his upcoming Los Angeles shows:
- (1/2/15) Frenzy Afterhours at Avalon
- (1/21/15) Clinic at Couture with Anthony Attalla