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Having already forged several summer anthems under their profound collaborative guise, Colombian House cartel turned global genre ambassador Erick Morillo and his like minded peers Harry Romero and Jose Nunez return to release the next instalment on Subliminal Records, ‘My Melody’.

Pitting swelling synth play alongside the sinewy vocal stylings of Shawnee Taylor, the familiar key work and rising leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are on hand to mark a winning formula for their inaugural release of the new year. On the flip, Morillo and Romero get deeper to give ‘My Melody’ a poolside version with the ‘Dirty Mix’, fittingly released in time for the Miami season.

Out today on Beatport.


Having already forged several summer anthems under their profound collaborative guise, Colombian House cartel turned global genre ambassador Erick Morillo and his like minded peers Harry Romero and Jose Nunez return to unveil the next instalment on Subliminal Records in ‘My Melody’.

Pitting swelling synth play alongside the sinewy vocal stylings of Shawnee Taylor, the familiar key work and rising leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are on hand to mark a winning formula for their inaugural release of the new year.

Out February 26th.

Back in true Subliminal fashion, label head honcho Erick Morillo returns hand-in-hand with Shawnee Taylor for a fourth shot at vocal Dance supremacy for 2012 with ‘Love In Me’. Never a duo to take an agile approach to collaborative partners, Subliminal regular Denis The Menace and his partner-in-crime Sandro Monte can be found filling the void usually taken by that of Eddie Thoneick for their first collaboration since last year’s ‘Stronger’. A staple in Morillo’s sets throughout the year, the familiar key work and rising synth leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are accompanied by Taylor’s sinewy voice to mark a winning formula for classic Progressive House à la Subliminal.

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Subliminal regular Antranig takes on remix duties for Shawnee Taylor to lay down an enchanting remix of her latest single alongside Sympho Nympho, ‘Colors’. With a résumé that boasts recurrent plays from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, the hotly tipped New York resident continues his studio output of bouncy drum-driven cuts with a freshly released 21st installment off camp Subliminal. Utilizing the familiar and sinewy voice of Ms. Taylor, Antranig Kasbarian gives the original a heavier-set remodel, featuring a distinctive concoction of blistering drum work, acid-esque leads and stiff vocal chants.

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Shawnee Taylor feat. Sympho Nympho – Colors (Antranig Remix)

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As the Stronger original has rendered major success for Erick Morillo, Eddie Thoneick and Shawnee Taylor, being the long awaited follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem – Live Your Life, the first two remixes of the track sees the light of day. Headlined by highly rated Chuckie, with his hand picked 4th volume of Dirty Dutch Digital on the shelves, and Gregori Klosman, currently topical with the new Endless single and his remix of The Flavour, the recurrent co-producers unveil another enacting of their refined touch of dirty Dutch, gracing the astounding vocal from Ms. Taylor with a peerless beat, bringing the original to higher ground. Accompanied by none other than Tristan Garner, the Paris resident and one of the firm headliners of the new French DJ generation whom has brought himself to justified prosperity thanks to the most recent remixes of Feels So Good and Right Here Right Now and more, whom puts his bouncy and stirring signature sound upon another tune to bring further fame and ascent to himself. Representatives of Subliminal Records, the first of many remix package is now available!

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Stronger (Remixes) [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

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Currently topical with a bunch of countdown singles to be released in preparations for his forthcoming debut artist album, including Free, Let It Go and Something About You, Mikael Weermets sheds light on an outsider – a remix of Francesco Diaz and Young Rebels‘ forthcoming L.O.V.E single on Ministry of Sound Recordings. Graced with an incredible vocal from Shawnee Taylor – whose voice just touted all over the industry as part of Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s 2011 anthem named Stronger – this new remix from the Swede conists of a drum-driven setting of beats and a pinch of downtempo, fitted nicely into the bumpy joint. It’s set for release on June 24th, have a listen!

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The vigorous follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem Live Your Life has steadily emerged the stage lately, getting a few spins by the contrivers in question – Eddie Thoneick and Erick Morillo. Morillo’s advancement over the past decade has paved the way for the ascent of his beloved Subliminal Records and its three sublabels. As last year, Subliminal Records is on the receipt of this year’s contender from the co-producers, bringing Shawnee Taylor and her pithy voice back on board to grace the tune we most likely will be seeing quite a bit of this Summer – Stronger. The pronounced and exotic sound has been rocking the floors on dance events all around the world lately and so it seems to continue. Premiered by Pete Tong in his Essential Selection, I’m happy to announce the arrival of the long awaited anthem. A remix package is also in the works, due out later on, including versions from Markus Binapfl & Sebastien Drums, Tristan Garner and another collaboration between Chuckie & Gregori Klosman, going on the heels of their remix of last year’s hit.

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Stronger [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

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The vigorous follow-up to last year’s Summer anthem Live Your Life has steadily emerged the stage lately, getting a few spins by the contrivers in question – Eddie Thoneick and Erick Morillo. Morillo’s advancement over the past decade has paved the way for the ascent of his beloved Subliminal Records and its three sublabels. As last year, Subliminal Records is on the receipt of this year’s contender from the co-producers, bringing Shawnee Taylor and her pithy voice back on board to grace the tune we most likely will be seeing quite a bit of this Summer – Stronger. The pronounced and exotic sound has been rocking the dancefloor of Ibiza and so it seems to continue. It’s due out on June 14th. A remix package is also in the works, due out later on, including versions from Markus Binapfl, Tristan Garner and another collaboration between Chuckie & Gregori Klosman, going on the heels of their remix of last year’s Live Your Life.

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It was definitely one of the major ones in 2010 and a change of year cannot stop an immortal single such as this one. After having scored three packages in the name of success, Live Your Life seems to be haunting us throughout this year as well! It kickstarted off February with a brilliant funk piece fired away all the way from the UK and Dirty Freek but this tune has still not gotten enough shed of sunlight. The shooting-star from Sweden, Thomas Sagstad takes on Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s trademarker featuring the incredible voice of Shawnee Taylor and graces it with a massive, big room synth line. It’s available now on Subliminal Records, make sure you don’t miss out on this one!

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – Live Your Life (Thomas Sagstad Remix) [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

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After having successfully dropped one of last year’s most prestigious tracks, Live Your Life, the immortals Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick join forces yet again to grace the year of 2011 with an amazing new track, a follow-up to their previous smasher. Being chosen as the vocalist of 2010 by ourselves, Shawnee Taylor proves her capacity of scoring yet another great year with a brand new vocal for this true contender in the running for the tune of 2011, Stronger! Any release info hasn’t been revealed but one can only guess that this one’s going out from the Subliminal corner, have a listen!

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