Coming off a massive release on Amine Edge’s label CUFF, Thee Cool Cats quickly answer back with a funkier side, premiering their Don’t Kill My Vibe EP on the Ukraine-based label Dear Deer. This definitely rings true to the “vibes” given not only in the title but in the production – the Mexicali duo takes things into a deeper disco swing that fans of Classixx, Yuksek, and Aeroplane will be all over. Check the EP out below and pick it up today on Beatport!
We’re gearing up for our WMC showcase with Sweat It Out! music, and what better than with some forthcoming label fire! The Sydney/LA based duo Playmode have been on the rise following their smash “Ultrasonic”, with support from Pete Tong to Amine Edge, and topping the beatport charts with their collab “Not Hit Enough” with Jesse Rose. They answer back now with a teaser to their NEVER LET GO EP, featuring a soulfully strong house anthem in “Never Let Go” and jackin groove in “Hypnotic”. Listen below, and be on the lookout for these on CLUB SWEAT!
To celebrate reaching now over 5000 followers on Soundcloud, the deep-driven Mexicali duo Thee Cool Cats are thanking their fans by giving away a VIP from their live sets called “Hold Up.” Fresh off their performances @ BPM festival at the beginning of the month, the boys are on a warpath with forthcoming releases (very soon) on Nervous, Sleazy G, and Amine Edge‘s imprint CUFF. Grab this one for FREE below and be on the lookout for more fire from TCC!
With all the hype built around Amine Edge‘s huge new single “Going To Heaven With The Goodie Goodies,” I hope you haven’t slept on the pure gold that is his soundcloud. Aside from some of the best mixes I’ve ever scoured tracklistings for, he also has perodically put out several FREE edits and remixes of some classic tunes. I recommend downloading ALL of these, but go ahead and grab whatever you tickles your fancy pants. We all win!
Amine Edge and Dance did us all a favor with their latest release on 2DIY4 that features a sample of the notable lyrics from Biggie’s “Hold Ya Head.” It’s always great when producers rejuvenate a song’s relevance, especially when the tune was originally outside of the electronic music genre. This one’s a deep groover that’ll get you pickin’ up your feet on this wonderful Saturday. Check it out after the jump and be sure to support on Beatport. Continue Reading