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Always eclectic and rarely found rooted to one locality, globetrotting British producer turned label head Chris Lake has had another solid year on all professional fronts. Back behind the stronghold of his Rising Music imprint, Lake collects the finest spoils of his impending musical powerhouse with a fresh nod to the potential of post-summer clubbing.

Placing classic Electro House synth play against a strong tropical backdrop, Nom De Strip’s ‘Give It To Me’ successfully sets the diverse cluster of tracks in motion, with ‘It’s All Good’ from Birdee exercising strong and uplifting House hallmarks from the outset. While returning label contributor Jim Breese and Chris Coco deal in solid House beats and infectious sample work, Paul Strive’s elegant grooves and sharp laser leads brings a new energy to the ranks of rhythmically charged club cuts. Finished off by Fire Flowerz all-out House overhaul of ‘It’s All Good’, Lake sets a precedent for the quality of independent Dance music despite in spite of the colder backdrop of 2012.

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Following up on last year’s potent Rising Music debut in ‘Get Movin‘, Jim Breese returns to the record label of Chris Lake to aid homeland peer Dan Castro’s inauguration to the label with ‘Baila’. Reminiscent of Lake’s acclaimed 2009 release ‘La Tromba’ alongside Marco Lys in terms of concept, ‘Baila’ is based almost solely around Bealaric flutes with occasional vocal chants to make up something of a true contender for the Ibiza season. Accompanied by maracas and rhythmic drum work, ‘Baila’ could easily be mistaken for an Iberian creation and shines a bright light for the creativity we now associate with Rising Music’s studio output.

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Despite his few appearances on the digital market, Jim Breese is already showing an abundance of talent and musical awareness in terms of producing an unremitting record. Following numerous installments on Hed Kandi Records and a long-time residency on Ministry Of Sound radio, the London based DJ and producer sets sails towards the well-reputed record imprint of Chris Lake, Rising Music – the label which upbringing has been essential to the development of tech-house and become a platform allowing Lake, his fellow partners in crime and a few protégé’s to come out with their most blinding of tracks – with a supreme production aboard.

Out now, Get Movin’, the single that has been a core in the live sets of head honcho Lake over the past couple of months, comes on the back of Tommy Trash’s Monkey See Monkey DoNYC and the trademark release of Secrets In The Dark. What starts off with a funky touch, a consistent ”Get Movin” chant, exotic drum combinations and chunky yet so smooth beats, later transits softly into a Balearic-like interlude with high-pitched synths and a more melodious appeal to make up another dazzling release from the Rising headquarters.

Jim Breese – Get Movin’ [Rising Music] – Beatport Link

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As the weekend is just about to kick off, don’t forget to bring a copy of Jim Breese is not only out with the new, blinding debut on Rising Music with Get Movin‘, but also a dynamic compilation of a mixtape for December 2011. This one covers Alesso’s massive Raise Your Head, the hard-lined Nicky Romero remix on Haters Gonna Hate by Tonite Only, Dirty South and Those Usual Suspects Walking Alone with vocals from Erik Hecht, Magno by the up-and-coming Dyro, Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa’s Phantom and Swedish House Mafia’s long-awaited Antidote single alongside the successful DJ and production project Knife Party to name a few.

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Tracklist:

01. Jim Breese – Get Movin’ [Rising]
02. Michael Canitrot – Blue Collision [Aime]
03. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version) [Axtone] w/ Coldplay – Paradise (Fedde Le Grand Remix) [Toolroom]
04. Franz Novotny – Crunch (SAL Remix) [Vicious]
05. Tonite Only – Haters Gonna Hate (Nicky Romero ‘Out Of Space’ Remix) [Downright]
06. Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey – In The Air (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) [Nettwerk]
07. Leventina – We’re Gonna Start [Unreleased Digital]
08. Gregori Klosman – Kameha [Spinnin]
09. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone [Phazing]
10. Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Phantom [One More Tune]
11. Nero – Me And You (Dirty South Remix) [MTA]
12. Alesso – Raise Your Head [Refune]
13. Dyro – Magno [Revealed]
14. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Vocal Mix) [EMI]

/Jesper & Anton

Despite his few appearances on the digital market, Jim Breese is already showing an abundance of talent and musical awareness in terms of producing an unremitting record. Following numerous installments on Hed Kandi Records and a long-time residency on Ministry Of Sound radio, the London based DJ and producer sets sails towards the well-reputed record imprint of Chris Lake, Rising Music – the label which upbringing has been essential to the development of tech-house and become a platform allowing Lake, his fellow partners in crime and a few protégé’s to come out with their most blinding of tracks – with a supreme production aboard.

Set for release on December 16th, Get Movin’, the single that has been a core in the live sets of head honcho Lake over the past couple of months, comes on the back of Tommy Trash’s Monkey See Monkey Do, NYC and the trademark release of Secrets In The Dark. What starts off with a funky touch, a consistent “Get Movin” chant, exotic drum combinations and chunky yet so smooth beats, later transits softly into a Balearic-like interlude with high-pitched synths and a more melodious appeal to make up another dazzling release from the Rising headquarters.

/Anton

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