Here’s a deep and sexy jam from TÂCHES. Exploring the boundaries of RnB, TÂCHES redirects WET‘s “Move Me” into the sonic territory of house music. The time is right, let those hips sway and feet wander.
Catching the end rays of summer, NYC-based duo SAVA & RAZZ, bring the beach vibes with their bootleg of the “Wonderwall.” Clearly the duo aren’t shy to introduce new friends either. Their shimmering twist on a classic Oasis tune brings together a little moombah shuffle, sax, and calypso rhythms.
Here is quite simply, the meanest and darkest track of 2014. The sonics are huge, while the track itself isn’t exactly. In his latest single for Black Butter Records, the Bristol producer, WOZ, hammers out a massively sinister, minimal, bass-saturated cut. When this one drops, it’s all serious business. Grab it from Beatport or order it from the label direct.
We posted the b-side, “Trust Meh” a few weeks back. It’s no walk in the park either.
Tropical Heat has the the sample-based house music locked down. Their output is always lush and the release from VANILLA ACE and THEE COOL CATS is no different. If you’re after the summer vibes, the collaborative double single is exactly what you need. Grab the Beatport exclusive here.
Born out of one of the most delightfully greasy and lavishly indulgent features ever to grace a music blog, Scour Records has become a staple for anyone looking for the ghetto-influenced funky breaks. SPINFORTH and FAT HARRY‘s dedication to unearthing dance floor protein via ghettofunk.co.uk‘s SoundCloud Scour has quashed the appetite for free tunes of thousands of djs and music fans alike. They’ve tapped that market and bottled it into yet another go-to source for the funky funk. While the freebees may have dwindled, they certainly haven’t disappeared and their latest offering is a generous five-tracks to get those feet moving. Watch for the free download, it’s available as of August 14.
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The fourth instalment of singles from DJ HERO‘s sophomore album on GROUND LEVEL Don’t Say the B-Word is a triple header, with the combined forces of “Candy Cruizin’,” “Comfort Zone” and “Page 136.” Preview below, or head straight to Beatport to grab all three cuts.
Candy Cruizin, a tribute to the US candy raver scene, is a laid-back groover full of uplifting chord sequences and acid baselines.
Comfort Zone is a peak time monster combining the dark tones of a menacing female vocal and blips and blips , underpinned by heavy 808 beats.
Page 136 on the other hand is Miami electro meeting modern electro, quite fitting for a producer who’s just moved back to Florida!
For full streaming previews check Spotify.