Australia-based Goodwill continues his monthly series of mixtapes with an impressive fourth episode, also featuring a DJ guest mix from The Aston Shuffle. Armed with a far more inventive selection of tracks than the vast majority of mixtapes hitting the web these days, the fourth instalment of Goodwill Radio showcases a fine collection of forward-thinking club music from across the spectrum. It includes the likes of Fehrplay’s ‘Nightride‘, the Alex Metric remix of ‘September‘, The Bloody Beetroots and Greta Svabo Bech’s ‘Chronicles Of A Fallen Love‘ among others.
Jessie Ware – Running (Disclosure Remix)
Harry Choo Choo Romero – Tania 2
Jay Lumen – Get Ready
Fehrplay – Nightride
Mendo – Everybody I Got Him
Switch – I Still Love You (Hook N Sling Edit)
Michael Calfan vs. Miike Snow – Mozaik vs. Pretender (Hook N Sling Edit)
The Aston Shuffle DJ Mix
Duke Dumont – The Giver
Burns – Lies (Tiga Remix)
Jacques Lu Cont – Into The Night
St Lucia – September (Alex Metric Remix)
Mason – Bass Friend (Sneekers Remix)
Green Velvet & Harvard Bass – Lazor Beams
The Aston Shuffle vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version)
Peo Di Pitte & Nom De Strip – Big Knobbler
Bloody Beetroots & Greta Svabo Bech – Chronicles Of A Fallen Love
Goose – Synrise (Soulwax Remix)
Galantis – Raveheart
Miike Snow – Pretender (Dem Slackers Remix
Cubic Zirconia – Darko (Tommy Trash Remix)
The Aston Shuffle – Can’t Stop Now (Live Edit)
Zombie Nation – Meathead
Two Door Cinema Club – Sleep Alone (BeatauCue Remix)
Teaming up alongside familiar vocal asset Ron Carroll, Australia’s Goodwill makes a long overdue return to original releases with ‘You Used Me’. Cleansed in spiritual vibes that echo the heyday of emotionally charged club music, the original’s mixture of Carroll’s pitch-perfect top line, Balearic strings and vintage synths suggests resurgence from the moody vibes currently overriding the industry.
But first to bat for the remix package, Phazing-endorsed Nordean and Those Usual Suspects offer a strong, bouncy take on the Goodwill original, leaving room for Wax Motif to add gruff low-end riffage for a slightly heavier-set remix. Rounding out the release, Adam Trigger and David Hopperman are on hand with a growling, synth-led take for the by far hardest hitting remix of the package.
Fresh off the unveiling of his new single with Ron Carroll entitled ‘You Used Me‘, Australia based Goodwill launches his self-entitled new radio show with a refreshing first episode. Launching with a pace-setting opening sequence to his own, unremitting remix of Booka Shade’s ‘Regenerate’, Goodwill leaps from dose to dose of modern club fuel with the seamless energy that has fuelled his own studio exploits. It features tracks such as Strip Steve’s ‘Stomp’, Joris Voorn’s ‘Goodbye Fly‘, the Dusky remix of ‘Night And Day‘ and more before signing off with the ‘79 classic that is Patrice Rushen’s ‘Haven’t You Heard’.
01. Roland Clark, The New Iberican League – Work It (Club Mix) [Stereo Productions]
02. Strip Steve – Stomp [Boyznoize]
03. Tujamo & Plastik Funk – WHO [Tiger]
04. Booka Shade – Regenerate (Goodwill Remix)
05. Miike Snow – Devil’s Work (Dirty South Remix) [Phazing]
06. Michael Calfan vs. Gui Boratto – Resurrection vs. No Turning Back (Goodwill Bootleg)
07. Joris Voorn – Goodbye Fly [Rejected]
08. WhoMadeWho – Inside World (Digitalism Remix)
09. Hot Chip – Night And Day (Dusky Remix)
10. Patrice Rushen – Haven’t You Heard
There is no denying the stronghold Australia’s Tommy Trash has continued to press into the industry. But furthering the allegation that he is out to shake things up for 2012, Thomas Olsen and fellow homeland peer Goodwill team up with familiar vocal asset Ron Carroll for a vintage-sounding ‘classic mix’ of their next endeavor entitled ‘You Need Me’. Cleansed in spiritual vibes that echo the heyday of emotionally charged club music, the mixture of Carroll’s pitch-perfect top line, Balearic strings and high-pitched, vintage synths suggests resurgence from the moody vibes currently overriding the industry.
Set for release soon along with a stack of remixes.
Update: Tommy Trash just hit us up to let us know that he’s not on this track despite what the Soundcloud title says.
In celebration to the very recent Take You Higher, formerly known as the rework of Big Jet Plane, on Astrx, Goodwill and Hook N Sling come together to screen a mixtape, fully containing their own top notch material as well as solitary production’s from others. It includes their collaboration remix of Blow Up for Axtone in January, Diamonds In The Sky, Edge Of The Earth and Alive by Dirty South and Thomas Gold. Within and beyond the borders of down-under, these two have accomplished to establish themselves in the scene with an essential passion for the music and distinguished offerings.
01. Goodwill & Hook N Sling – Take You Higher [Astrx]
01. Hard Rock Sofa & St Brothers – Blow Up (Hook N Sling & Goodwill Remix) [Axtone] w/ TV Rock feat. Rudy – In The Air (Axwell Remix) [Axtone]
03. Janelle Monae – Tightrope (Hook N Sling & Goodwill Remix) [Bad Boy]
04. Prok & Fitch – The Tribe [Floorplay Music]
05. The Aston Shuffle – Start Again (Hook N Sling Remix) [Downright]
06. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive [Phazing]
07. TV Rock & Hook N Sling feat. Rudy – Diamonds In The Sky [Flamingo]
08. Booka Shade – Regenerate (Goodwill Remix) [Get Physical]
09. Saxxo – Sudoku [Flamingo]
10. The Aston Shuffle – Your Love (Goodwill Remix) [Downright]
11. Sander van Doorn – Reach Out (Thomas Gold Remix) [Doorn]
12. Rhythm Masters & MYNC feat. Wynter Gordon – I Feel Love (Goodwill & Hook N Sling Remix) [Cr2]
13. Miike Snow – Silvia (Goodwill & Hook N Sling Remix) [Downtown]
14. Richard Dinsdale, Sam Obernik & Hook N Sling – Edge Of The Earth [Stealth]
15. Fedde Le Grand feat. Mitch Crown – Let Me Be Real (Goodwill & Hook N Sling Remix) [Flamingo]
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Formerly known as the awaited rework of Angus and Julia Stone’s Big Jet Plane has now entered the spotlight as a new single from the two Aussie producers graced with a cleared sample from the above-mentioned original. Following their last collaboration on the remix for Axtone’s Blow Up release in January, Goodwill and Hook N Sling are now surfacing the scene again as representatives of Australia-based Astrx. With the recent remix of Wolfgang Gartner’s Forever single under his belt, the brilliant Edge Of The Earth single coming up as well as being highly topical with a new release on Axwell’s Axtone Records, Hook N Sling s now teaming up alongside his wingman to release the new collaboration release – Take You Higher.
Formerly known as the awaited rework of Angus and Julia Stone’s Big Jet Plane has now entered the spotlight as a new single from the two Aussie producers graced with a cleared sample from the above-mentioned original. Following their last collaboration on the remix for Axtone’s Blow Up release in January, Goodwill and Hook N Sling are now surfacing the scene again as representatives of Australia-based Asterix Music. With the recent remix of Wolfgang Gartner’s Forever single under his belt, the brilliant Edge Of The Earth single coming up as well as being highly topical with a new release on Axwell’s Axtone Records, he’s now teaming up alongside his wingman to render a preview for the next collab release – Take You Higher. It’s set to release on July 28th, have a listen!
With a chart-topping spot on the industry’s “most wanted list”, the eagerly-anticipated Blow Up has finally arrived. It was made all the way back in 2009 by the shooting-stars from Russia, Hard Rock Sofa in a collaboration with St. Brothers and has been getting hammered by Ax himself ever since, whom later on signed it to his very own Axtone Records. Not only is this mind-blowing piece coming as the smashing original, Axwell teamed up alongside the golden boy of 2010, Thomas Gold preparing their remix of the track whilst the co-producing Aussies Hook N Sling and Goodwill graced it with a version of theirs as well! Brilliance all the way, make sure you don’t miss out on this one!
With an amazing remix together with Hook N Sling set on the horizon, Goodwill shows up his wide, distinct sound yet another time remixing Booka Shade’s latest trademarker called Regenerate. Any release info hasn’t been revealed yet so stay tuned!
Having encountered the everlasting likes of the people, the eagerly-awaited Blow Up has finally been set on the horizon. January 31st is the date the Hard Rock Sofa & St. Brothers production is supposed to blow off alongside two remixes by label manager Axwell & Thomas Gold as well as a remix by the two Aussie producers Hook N Sling & Goodwill. It’s due to be released on the highly-respected Axtone Records, have a listen!