With such major hits as Flashback and I’m Not Alone under his belt, world renowned Calvin Harris goes on the heels of his recent smash in shape of the innovative Awooga with a brand new single alongside superstar singer Kelis. As premiered on Annie Mac’s show last night on BBC Radio 1, Bounce is now the next one lined up for release and ready to render charts all across the globe. It’s due to be released on June 12th through Sony Music, have a listen!
Having just fired away the 17th instalment on his well-established Wall Recordings in shape of the massive Doing It Right, Afrojack returns to his own House press to unveil the next one out of his lab. This time, teaming up alongside Dutch talent Quintino, whom recently made an appearance on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash Records with the brilliant Music Oh, to present a brand new Dutch piece of theirs. It’s due to be released on May 2nd through Wall Recordings, have a listen!
Representing the Sony department Onelove Recordings, Australian The Immigrant unleashes his new trademarker called Summer Of Love (She Said). It comes in a package along with some serious contenders from three well-established producers. Hailing from USA and the headquarters of DJ DLG, some feel-good buzzes along with a sun-splashed sound is headlining this package along with a meaty remix from talented Angger Dimas and a stunning piece from nowadays London-based Tommy Trash.
Half of TV Rock, Grant Smillie teams up alongside Zoë Badwi to present a new single called Carry Me Home. Representing Neon Records, two tremendous remixes are now unveiled from the corners of Russian production outfit Hard Rock Sofa, a tripod who most recently have been making some serious splashes in the digital pond with the release of Feedback as well as a forthcoming release on Size Records, and London-stationed Tommy Trash, following up on his latest anthem of a tune which has been getting hammered by the likes of Laidback Luke, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike among others! It’s due out May 13th, have a listen!
Being topical with a forthcoming single on Axwell’s highly-regarded Axtone Records called Raise Your Hands, Danny Freakazoid and Matt Caseli are now unveiling yet another new piece of theirs. This time, taking on Bobby Vena and JRJ’s refined version of Rachael Starr’s classic Till There Was You, now starring vocals from Michelle Bourke. Representing the well-established Sony department, Onelove Recordings, the two Zurich-stationed producers score yet another smash.
BBC Radio 1 continues the recap of this year’s Miami Music Week, which they launched just last Saturday airing live sets from Axwell and Norman Doray. Being the icon of his established Funk Farm imprint, Funkagenda championed a bunch of ”Funk” material, including the latest, highly-supported Splinter and a few forthcoming instalments as well. Here is the second part of the BBC’s recap in shape of live sets from Funkagenda and Riva Starr from late March.
Funkagenda – Splinter [Funk Farm]
Da Fresh – Limoncello [Funk Farm]
Funkagenda – Budgie [Toolroom]
Phoenix – If I Ever Feel Better (Tool) [White Label]
Funkagenda – Pebbles [Funk Farm]
Save the Robot – Party People [Funk Farm]
Missy Elliott – Lose Control (Accapella) [Atlantic]
Spektre – Together (Tomcraft Remix) [Craft Music]
Moby – Natural Blues (Sultan & Ned Bootleg) [White Label]]
Funkagenda – The Beta Set [Toolroom]
Threesixty & Dirty Harris – Louka [Funk Farm]
Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Man With The Red Face [Toolroom]
Marco V – Reaver (Save The Robot Remix) [TAO]
Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Acappella [International Deejay Gigolo]
Nero – Me & You (Funkagenda’s Us & Them Bootleg) [CDR]
Deadmau5 & Chris Lake – I Said (Michael Woods Remix) [Mau5trap]
Calvin Harris – Flashback (Tool) [Sony]
Michael Cassette – Memories (90s Piano Mix) [Anjunadeep]
Frivolous – Ostalgia (Riva Starr Re-Touch) [Cadenza]
Cajmere – Brighterdays (John Made Remix) [Snatch!]
Adam Port – The American Dream [Snatch!]
John Made – Play [Snatch!]
Prince Club – Body Holly [Snatch!]
Sean Miller & Daniel Dubb – Sinnerman [Toolroom]
Pirupa & Federico Milani – La Noche [Snatch!]
Gabriel Rocha – Cars & Girls [Toolroom]
Mihalis Safras – Unknown [White Label]
Steve Rachmad pres Ignacio – Virton Upgraded [Music Man]
Santos & Alex Dolby – Avionic [Rockets & Ponies]
Unknown – In My House [White Label]
Following the immense success of Sign Your Name (Across My Heart), Matt Caseli and Danny Freakazoid are yet again emerging Axwell’s highly-regarded Axtone Records imprint, which relentless advancement lately has caused the industry to tremble thanks to such explicit anthems as Heart Is King, One Look and Blow Up. Raise Your Hands is now the next smasher lined up on the label’s headquarters. Premiered in the third episode of EDX’s mix show a couple of weeks back and already receiving a great amount of support from such established icons as Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello among others. One can only guess the mastermind of a label owner is due to grace this one as well as he’s brilliantly done with the two thirds of this year’s instalments on his record label. It’s due to be released on May 9th, have a listen!
With such anthems as Silhouettes and Nothing Without You on the horizon, highly-acclaimed Avicii goes on the heels of his previous instalment on Vicious Recordings – the tremendous Snus, with a new long-awaited smash. It’s been an absolute killer in his set lately with that bubbling beat abound with a rasped set of strings. A tune that is undoubtedly certained to be a floorfiller for months. His admirable career has scampered away and his loyal fanbase is rapidly increasing thanks to such major hits as Bromance and more recently Blessed among others. Jailbait is the next one lined up on the mastermind’s headquarters and is due out on May 16th, have a listen!
Representing D.O.N.S and Mikael Weermets’ Kingdom Kome Cuts imprint, the talented Chris Melin and Adrian Bood join forces to produce an absolute stunning piece. A killer cut of a tune that is certain to be a destroyer on dancefloors all across the globe. Jammed with growling synth lines and brilliantly made cacophonous sounds, Fest is one massive tune to keep your eyes peeled out for. It’s due out November 11th, have a listen!
Having successfully unleashed her break-through single Dirty Talk in early 2010, Wynter Gordon returns with a 2011 follow-up to the major hit. Representing TV Rock’s Neon Records, the remix package is now available, headlined by an outstanding version coming from the corners of Solihull and rising star Dan Castro. Going from an interaction of sensitive sounds to acid-influenced beats, Castro’s remix is definitely a worthy headliner of the release. Accompanied by two explicit remixes from talented Ken Loi and R3hab, this package is certainly going to be haunting us for some time now.