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With well over 10 years worth of contributions to an industry that in recent times has witnessed its ascent to the status of a well-acclaimed phenomen across the globe, Olav Basoski’s whopping 23 year long commitment to House music is one of essential properties. Coming off remix duties for Melleefresh and Deadmau5’s ‘Hey Baby‘, Amsterdam-based Basoski joins forces with Hungary’s Crazibiza for a new release off of the Budapest duo’s Pornostar Records. Already brandishing the seal of approval from DMC World’s latest Buzz Chart, ‘On The Run’ and its neoteric House concoction of disco vocals, groovy bass and subtle keys are accompanied by splendid renditions from Muzzaik and Mike Newman & Antoine Cortez to make up another finely tuned package of infectious disco-house for the Ibiza season.

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With well over 10 years worth of contributions to an industry that in recent times has witnessed it ascend to the status of a phenomen planted firmly at the centre of the universe, Olav Basoski’s whopping 23 year long commitment to House music is one of essential properties. Coming off remix duties for Melleefresh and Deadmau5’s ‘Hey Baby‘, Amsterdam-based Basoski joins forces with Hungary’s Crazibiza for a new release off of the Budapest duo’s Pornostar Records. Already brandishing the seal of approval from DMC World’s latest Buzz Chart, ‘On The Run’ showcases a neoteric House concoction of disco vocals, groovy bass, subtle keys and crisp hi-hats for another finely tuned disco-house contender for the Ibiza season.

‘On The Run’ will be released July 10.

Crazibiza & Olav Basoski – On The Run

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Last year may have been his biggest to date, but Olav Basoski has shown little to no signs of slowing down his successful movements for 2012. In a bid to further contribute to the modern Disco House scene, Basoski takes his turn on Deadmau5’s single alongside Melleefresh titled ‘Hey Baby’ for another exemplary disco contender.

With such a timeless offering as ‘New Day‘ under his belt, Basoski has established himself as something of a pioneer of modern disco. In his latest studio effort, the talented Amsterdam producer is seen representing just that, bringing us another excellent merge of distorted leads and well-crafted baselines. Despite the high level of weirdness seeping through the 2008 original’s vocal line, Basoski’s refreshing take on this Deadmau5 classic hints that an essential contender for the summer of 2012 may very well be in the making.

Melleefresh vs. Deadmau5 – Hey Baby (Olav Basoski Remix) [Play Records] – Beatport Link

Melleefresh vs. Deadmau5 – Hey Baby (Olav Basoski Remix)

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Adding to the momentum of the return of disco-influenced House music, Joël René, better known as Oliver Twizt, the 28 year old Hollander mainly known by his filthy contributions to the electro-house scene, wanders out of his comfort zone to preview a funky, new single titled Love Trip. Sampling The Spinners’ internationally renowned 80’s hit “Love Trippin”, this fresh Spinnin Records release hints the dynamic production dexterity of René in some ravishing disco-influenced grooves and bits of scratching.

Alongside the original revamp, the now released three-piece package also includes remixes from Olav Basoski, the well-reputed pioneer of modern-day disco House who now gives ‘Love Trip’ a significant, groove-induced edit, and Milan-based David Jones, recognised for a modern club suitable take on Michael Jackson.

Oliver Twizt’s ‘Love Trip’ is out now.

Oliver Twizt – Love Trip (Incl. Olav Basoski & David Jones Remixes) [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Oliver Twizt – Love Trip

Olav Basoski Remix

David Jones Remix

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Adding to the momentum of the return of disco-influenced House music, Joël René, better known as Oliver Twizt, the 28 year old Hollander mainly known by his filthy contributions to the electro-house scene, wanders out of his comfort zone to preview a funky, new single titled Love Trip. Sampling The Spinners’ internationally renowned 80’s hit “Love Trippin”, this fresh Spinnin Records release hints the dynamic production dexterity of René in some ravishing disco-influenced grooves and bits of scratching.

Alongside the original revamp, the forthcoming release package is also due to include remixes from Olav Basoski, the well-reputed pioneer of modern-day disco House who now gives ‘Love Trip’ a significant, groove-induced edit, and Milan-based David Jones, recognised for a modern club suitable take on Michael Jackson.

Oliver Twizt’s ‘Love Trip’ is released January 16th.

Oliver Twizt – Love Trip

Olav Basoski Remix

David Jones Remix

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Hailing from London, Kid Massive presents us the follow-up to A Little Louder, teaming up with Mark Le Sal for Don’t Cry. Fronted by a remix from the Russian trio currently having remixes of One Day At A Time and You Found Me coming up, this package is already well on its way towards acclamation. Consisting of a peerless male vocal and bodacious synth leads from Hard Rock Sofa, the package’s headliner is undoubtedly having all the ingredients of becoming an anthem. Accompanying the Russian’s take is an innovative piece of hardhitting grooves from Amsterdam’s outright modern disco-producer Olav Basoski, whom follows up remixes of Koko and Cry (Just A Little). Last but not least, there is an upfront tech interpretation from established Bass Kleph, finalizing the package that is out now via Transmission Recordings.

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal - Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa, Olav Basoski & Bass Kleph Remixes) [Transmission Recordings] – Beatport Link

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Olav Basoski Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Bass Kleph Remix)

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Hailing from London, Kid Massive presents us the follow-up to A Little Louder, teaming up with Mark Le Sal for Don’t Cry. Fronted by a remix from the Russian trio currently having remixes of One Day At A Time and You Found Me coming up, this package is already well on its way towards acclamation. Consisting of a peerless male vocal and bodacious synth leads from Hard Rock Sofa, the package’s headliner is undoubtedly having all the ingredients of becoming an anthem. Accompanying the Russian’s take is an innovative piece of hardhitting grooves from Amsterdam’s outright modern disco-producer Olav Basoski, whom follows up remixes of Koko and Cry (Just A Little). Last but not least, there is an upfront tech interpretation from established Bass Kleph, finalizing the package that is due out August 29th via Transmission Recordings, have a listen!

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Olav Basoski Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Bass Kleph Remix)

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The Netherlands’ reputation within the electronic dance music scene has soared lately, thanks to their high-end icons like Tiësto, Sander Van Doorn among others as well as their strong setting of talented DJ’s and producers emerging the top. Spinnin Records’ Doorn Records division presents us the remixes of label owner Sander Van Doorn’s solid trouse anthem from early April – Koko. Just revealed a new, fluctating single from Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa named I Wanna Be Your DogBingo Players grabs ahold of Doorn’s previously named trademarker to grace it with an electro-fused lead, following their intense Sliced single alongside Nicky Romero. Doorn also brings the trend setting Olav Basoski and his modern twist of disco aboard to put his groovy signature sound on top of the whistling melody as his remix of Cry (Just A Little) has just been fired away. Riding the positive vibes provided by his ever so peerless Prutataaa single together with Afrojack and the Pete Tong-supported, festival-suited remix of Calvin Harris’ Bounce, R3hab delivers his progressive contender for the remix package of Doorn’s Miami anthem.

Sander van Doorn – Koko (Remixes) [Doorn Records] – Beatport Link

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Olav Basoski releases a new remix of his via the halls of Spinnin Records headquarters. Not only is he responsible for bringing recurring recognition to his signature sound and the modern disco house genre, the Amsterdam-stationed DJ and producer has become a firm headliner of Holland’s leading record label with his catchy tenderings. Following the remixes of Straight Up and Bingo Players’ Cry (Just A Little), Basoski offers his take on The Partysquad and When Harry Met Sally’s new single named For Your Love.

The Partysquad & When Harry Met Sally feat. Caprice – For Your Love (Olav Basoski Remix) [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

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The Netherlands’ reputation within the electronic dance music industry has soared lately, thanks to their high-end icons like Tiësto, Sander Van Doorn among others as well as their strong setting of earnest DJ’s and producers emerging the top. Spinnin Records’ Doorn Records division presents us the remixes of label owner Sander Van Doorn’s solid trouse anthem from early April – Koko. Just revealed a new, fluctating single from Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa named I Wanna Be Your Dog, Bingo Players grabs ahold of Doorn’s previously named trademarker to grace it with an electro-fused lead, following their intense Sliced single alongside Nicky Romero. Doorn also brings the trend setting Olav Basoski and his modern twist of disco aboard to put his groovy signature sound on top of the whistling melody as his remix of Cry (Just A Little) has just been fired away. The remixes are due to be released on July 4th, have a listen!

Sander van Doorn – Koko (Bingo Players Remix)

Sander van Doorn – Koko (Olav Basoski Remix)

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