Since ditching their Les Bros moniker, this Dutch Electro duo has been making affirmative progression with their heavy-hitting stylings under the guise of TV Noise. Still riding on the remnants of last year’s Martin Solveig remix under the guise of their former alias, TV Noise goes in a similar vein for their upcoming third original release on Spinnin’ Records, ‘Kill The Radio’.
Blending playful melodic play with an onslaught of grinding leads, the duo are still not shy to throw a segment of dub step into the equation. Amid a season proving fertile with festival proof releases, ‘Kill The Radio’ sees TV Noise provide another dose of floor fuel for the stronger stomached followers of Dance music.
Out November 19th.
Joining the ranks of House music veteran Mark Knight, Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey take on remix duties for Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ ‘Your Love’. Despite being eclipsed by the efforts of the Toolroom ringleader, if the seal of approval from Pete Tong is any indication, the American duo’s synth-laden take is one of potent measures throughout. As club land continues to bow to the vintage appeal of modern Dance music, the warm synth play and nostalgic Electronica grooves that pervade this remix make for a timeless addition to their back catalogue.
Having survived a commercial digression from their signature studio get-up, Stockholm brothers Christopher and Niklas Lunde return in true Lunde Bros fashion with their Fedde Le Grand-approved next release, ‘Can You Feel It’.
Fuelling the track with a concoction of bouncy beat work and minimalistic lead work, ‘Can You Feel It’ is as chunky and rhythmically refined as you would expect from the Swedish duo that is known for their penchant for fine House music with a techy twist. Laced with scattered vocal chants and churning bass manoeuvres throughout, their debut on Marco V’s In Charge label is a solid example of why bouncy House is an avenue well worth pursuing amid the somewhat stateside biased 21st century Electronic music explosion.
Out on November 19.
Off the back of a year that has his name written all over it, Australia’s Tommy Trash continues his monthly radio show for Tiësto’s Club Life channel on Sirius XM, aptly entitled ‘Trashed Radio’, with a freshly unveiled new episode. From the array of unreleased material from Style Of Eye, Hot Mouth and Trash himself right through to closing track ‘What Might I Do’ by Ben Pearce, episode four of ‘Trashed Radio’ is one of somewhat eclectic proportions throughout. It features the likes of ‘Tuna Melt‘, ‘Truffle Pig‘, a brand-new remix of last year’s ‘Blair Bitch Project’ among others.
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01. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash – Reload [Refune] w/ Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes (Acapella)
02. Style Of Eye – Headlights
03. Tommy Trash vs. Arno Cost – Deeper Pressure (Etienne Ozborne Arena Mashup)
04. Tommy Trash & A-Trak – Tuna Melt [Fool's Gold]
05. Tommy Trash – Truffle Pig [Fool's Gold]
06. Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Don’t You Worry Child (Kryder & Tom Staar Remix) [Virgin]
07. Nicky Romero & Calvin Harris – Iron (Dyro Remix) [Protocol]
08. The Aston Shuffle vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) [Axtone]
09. Tommy Trash – Blair Bitch Project (Hot Mouth Remix) [Dim Mak]
10. Zedd – Stache [Interscope]
11. Moby vs. Empire Of The Sun – After A Dream (Tommy Trash Bootleg)
12. Ben Pearce – What I Might Do [MTA]
Few have stuck deep House back on the international menu with the consistency of Italian duo Flashmob. Off the back of the year that gave rise to their Pete Tong approved single ‘Need In Me’, Danny Minchella and Alessandro Magani return to Defected Records to prove that one essential club outing was not enough for this standard setting duo.
Matching sharp beats and down-tempo bass lines throughout, ‘Hot’ employs a high-end top line to bring a universal energy to their otherwise underground club temperament. Dropping along with the release, the free download of ‘Sometimes’ works as the perfect unofficial accompaniment to their second high-profile strike for Defected Records.
Several months in the waiting, DJ Mag #17 DJ Nicky Romero is joined by the renowned songwriters turned acclaimed DJ duo Nervo, who not so long ago could be found writing songs for the likes of David Guetta and Kesha, to officially preview their long-awaited single called ‘Like Home’.
Delicately layering uplifting synth work and Nervo’s blissful vocal stylings, Nicky Romero and Nervo get the balance between radio friendly vocals and solid floor fuel as close to spot on as one could have hoped for. While their overall approach may be a familiar one amid the current digital market, ‘Like Home’ is as infectious as it is indicative of modern Progressive House done right.
Out November 12th on Protocol Recordings.
Teaming up alongside London-based ‘electrofolk’ outfit Crystal Fighters, Feed Me steps away from the tough Electro beats now synonymous with his musical movements for a single of beautiful proportions in ‘Love Is All I Got’. Blending systematic beats, delightful piano play and segments of his own, aggressive Electro sound, Gooch flexes his instrumental muscles to match the British/Spanish band’s soothing vocal stylings with an instrumentation that may stir a slight sense of disdain among the more pure bred Feed Me fans but indicates that the sharp-teethed Brit has still got multiple aces up his sleeve.
But where the original marks an unexpected digression from his signature sound, Feed Me’s own ‘Matilda’ remix sees him Gooch’s ‘Matilda’ remix sees him swap its more soothing beats and ultra-treble guitars for that tough collection of mechanic beats and pulsing lead work. Rounding off the package, German Deep House advocate Larse lays down a minimalistic number of deep bass play and rhythmic swells.
In the wake of taking Dan Hartman’s 1979 single ‘Relight My Fire’ through the motions of strong filtered beats and deep bass for ‘Dream Of You‘, Buffalo duo Solidisco continues the trend of turning classics into House gems with a 21st century twist as they take on George Benson’s ‘Turn Your Love Around’ for ‘Turn Around’.
With unpretentious stamina and their funky persona at hand, ‘Turn Around’ sees Solidisco headline the first free release of 17:44’s newly launched nu-disco sublabel French Toast. Rather than dispersing the ‘82 original’s untimely vibes with wobbles and dodgy sampling, their take on ‘Turn Your Love Around’ is straight-up House music at its finer, embracing its natural energy with the utmost respect.
Stepping away from the drum-laden approach that has pervaded his latest originals, Hardwell protégé Daan Romers embraces his Dannic moniker once again to release his follow-up to ‘Fuego’ in ‘Flare’.
Dealing a blast of hard-hitting yet well-structured Electro House that touches on the rich Progressive vibes that his country has become synonymous with, Dannic’s digitally scored canvas of churning leads and mechanical beat work makes for a potent return to Revealed Recordings. Despite lacking a slight sense of originality, ‘Flare’ proves Romers worthy of the avenues that continue to open to the young Breda producer and his rapidly developing sound.
As premiered on Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler’s take-over of Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Luca C and Ali Love return to officially release the first track from their forthcoming Hot Natured album for Hot Creations.
Rife with elegant melodic swirls and the infectious vocals that drive this emotively cleansed pace-setter, the quartet engage in the atmospherics of the infamous Balearic chill while trampling a whole new dimension upon the imprint’s forward-thinking legacy of unpretentious knee jerkers. Although this year’s Ibiza season has officially come to it’s end, this dreamy lush affair of deep grooves and breezy vibes makes up yet another impressive effort in their ongoing quest to perfect the deep house anthem.