To celebrate his day of birth, the Vancouver based Pat Lok offers up a deeper flip of Usher’s anthem “Yeah”. The original’s vocals got any party started, and with the house vibes delivered on this version it’ll be sure to keep it going into the afterhours…
Today is my birthday so I wanted to give you something as a small token of my appreciation – this flip of Usher’s club classic. Thank you so much for all your support this year and hopefully you’ll stick with me for what comes next. 2015 is shaping up to be very exciting and I look forward to seeing you on a dancefloor soon! - Pat Lok
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If your Summer was extra sensual, it was probably due to the sex bomb that Pat Lok dropped on you back in June. His original track “Could Be Mine“, featuring Patrick Baker on vocals, was one of the hottest love songs of the Summer. Fast forward to current day & “Could Be Mine” makes its presence felt once again with three fantastic remixes. The remix package features Wantigga, Chores & Red Milk. Ranging from soulful Kaytra-grooves to peak time goodness to experimental soul, the “Could Be Mine” remix EP has a little something for everyone…
Whether he’s dropping down the bpm on a broken beat/Hip Hop remix or he’s amping things up on a power House remix, Pat Lok always keeps his listeners on their toes. And here again that diversity shines through on his latest remix of the song “Trigger” by New York-by-way-of-Istanbul songwriter Sirma. Pat Lok’s exquisite remix is filled with plenty of deep bass & driving piano licks to get you moving on the dance floor but also filled with enough sensuality & elegance to get you lost out on that same dance floor. Time to get lost…
Like two crafty NBA all-stars, Pat Lok & Patrick Baker run the pick & roll (The Pat & roll?) to perfection on the new Pat Lok jam “Could Be Mine”. Mr. Lok runs the point with style on this love song, setting up his teammate with precision House beats. Mr. Baker capitalizes on the deep, late night groove by adding his signature smooth, seductive vocals, resulting in some championship vibes from two of the electronic underground’s most respected producers.
“Could Be Mine” is part of the all-star compilation Parables Volume Two, out now via Kastle’s Symbols Recordings.
What more can we say about Pat Lok that we haven’t said already? He’s well respected amongst his peers as well as all the big name blogs, he kills it at social media, has extensive knowledge of the NBA & is an all around good dude. Included in that all around game is his ability to produce quality tunes. Whether it’s his remix game or his original production, Pat Lok is always on point. His 2014 hot streak continues with his latest track, “Needy”. ”Needy” is a Deep Disco/Tropical House tune that manages to capture both the light and the dark. There’s no denying what a sexy track this is. Late Summer night sexual energy.
“(Everyday and night) I need you baby”
“Needy” is out NOW on Beatport via MANI/PEDI & includes remixes by Robotaki & Ekali.
Last month we featured Pat Lok’s new single “Move Slow”, a song that takes seductive sleaze to a whole new level. ”Move Slow” is classy, trashy, unique and fun. This time around, Dutch producer GANZ darkens things up on his remix, turning “Move Slow” into a chilling, sexy anthem.
The “Move Slow” remix EP featuring Ganz, SirOJ, WMNSTUDIES, & Jeffrey Jerusalem is out April 4th on BMKLTSCH RCRDS.
Sir, Pat Lok, the magician from the north west has delivered quite a beauty all too unique to pass up. This pitched down single featuring the vocals of alo. has all the bells and whistles to make you move a bit faster than, well, slow… Enjoy below.
Not being able to choose a favorite song from a quality remix package is a good problem to have. On the remix package for his latest song “Same Hearts” (featuring Bear Mountain), Pat Lok presents us with this most glorious of problems. The original is a dreamy, cosmic jam that straddles the line between Deep Disco & House while the remix package offers up a little bit of everything ranging from Indie Funk (Oxford) to Darkside Haus (Shelby Grey) to 80s Disco Funk (Ride The Universe…my personal favorite). And if that’s not enough for you, just ask the experts:
Goldroom: “really like RTU mix and Oxford’s, original is super fun and stands out with an original style”
Mighty Mouse: “love this, all versions great”
Drop Out Orchestra: “The Ride The Universe Remix is fun!”
Cosmo Baker: “Pat Lok does it again. A stomper.”
Cyclist: “Greatest song ever written”
So the experts all agree: Pat has a great package.
Grab the original for FREE plus the remixes (HERE), out now via Holographic People.
Back in the early 2000s, when Trance & Progressive House ruled the day and illegal raves were morphing into promoted festivals, “UB Devoid” by Way Out West was one of the big guns in every DJ’s repertoire. It was dark, heavy & emotional and could hypnotize any festival crowd. Fast forward more than a decade & we find our good friend Pat Lok breathing new life into the Progressive House classic. Pat Lok’s modernized version eases back on the tempo but still lets loose with emotion. Pat balances nicely between dark Disco & throwback House while still maintaining a Progressive feel…just enough Progressive fire to fit nicely into a Timo Maas, Paul Oakenfold, Sander Kleinenberg, X-Press 2 or Sasha & Emerson DJ set from yesteryear. A beautiful modern throwback…
Our main man in Vancouver, Pat Lok, takes a swing at the fantastic tune “You & Me” by 2013 MVP contenders Disclosure and knocks it out of the park. Here’s what Mr. Pat Lok had to say about it:
“So I’ve had these vocals stuck in my head since hearing Baauer play his version at Sasquatch (it was massive). Unfortunately trap doesn’t get into my DJ sets unless I’m really out of my tree, so I took a shot at doing a version for all the house/disco/techno jockeys.”
A bootleg for the club with early DJ support from Bufi, Cosmo Baker, Lenno, The Magician, Moullinex + Viceroy.
This booty is FIRE…and it’s FREE!