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Following on from the delayed release of ‘Reason‘, Aussie tune monger Anthony Maniscalco emerges from down-under to don his stern studio dexterity and unpretentious eye for improvements to Michael Calfan’s melodic Miami Music Week contender, ‘Mozaik’.

Comfortably building a repertoire of grinding beat work around the leads of Calfan’s original, ‘Mozaik’ receives a powerful remix from Australia’s hotly tipped Hook N Sling. While his efforts may not leap off the shelf on the merits of originality, the heavier kicks and sturdier low-end riffage certainly make Maniscalco’s take on ‘Mozaik’ a noteworthy remix.

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In anticipation of the delayed release of ‘Reason‘, Aussie tune monger Anthony Maniscalco emerges from down-under to don his stern studio dexterity and unpretentious eye for improvements to Michael Calfan’s melodic Miami Music Week contender, ‘Mozaik’.

Comfortably building a repertoire of grinding beat work around the leads of Calfan’s original, ‘Mozaik’ receives a powerful remix from Australia’s hotly tipped Hook N Sling. While his efforts may not leap off the shelf on the merits of originality, the heavier kicks and sturdier low-end riffage certainly make Maniscalco’s take on ‘Mozaik’ a noteworthy remix.

The Hook N Sling remix will be released September 10.

Having proven an invaluable asset to Roger Sanchez and his ongoing plight to bring purebred House back to the table, Rotterdam’s Baggi Begovic returns to the familiar ranks of Stealth Records to follow-up his double take Discotech EP series for the labels Ibiza 2012 compilation.

With a sound firmly rooted with the more organic measures of coherent club fuel, Begovic’s deep yet firm rhythmic progressions are met with that subtle melodic stamina that the Stealth favourite has come to encompass. Despite reigning in somewhat less upbeat than his previous endeavours, ‘Starim’ hits the nail on the head where stern Balearic grooves are concerned and further emphasises the positive bond shared between Begovic and this long serving House imprint.

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Baggi Begovic – Starim

Words by Dan Carter

Returning to Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records following up the release of ‘French Rules‘, Sebastien Drums combines forces with Liverpool duo Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala for ‘Here I Come’. Where both Drums and the two Brits are mainly recognized by their more synth-laden offerings, ‘Here I Come’ sees the three wander a bit outside of their comfort zone for a considerably heavier production, also featuring Dutch vocalist Mitch Crown. Combining Crown’s characteristic voice and emotive chords with robust and distorted electro house, this French-British trio continues to make headway with this solid, Axwell-approved contribution to the ever-expanding industry of electronic dance music.

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Sebastian Drums, Whelan & Di Scala feat. Mitch Crown – Here I Come

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Having proven an invaluable asset to Roger Sanchez and his ongoing plight to bring purebred House back to the table, Rotterdam’s Baggi Begovic returns to the familiar ranks of Stealth Records to follow-up his double take Discotech EP series for the labels Ibiza 2012 compilation.

With a sound firmly rooted with the more organic measures of coherent club fuel, Begovic’s deep yet firm rhythmic progressions are met with that subtle melodic stamina that the Stealth favourite has come to encompass. Despite reigning in somewhat less upbeat than his previous endeavours, ‘Starim’ hits the nail on the head where stern Balearic grooves are concerned and further emphasises the positive bond shared between Begovic and this long serving House imprint.

‘Starim’ is released on July 16th.

Baggi Begovic – Starim

Words by Dan Carter

Outside of his affiliations with La Riots, Jon Peganto’s Hot Mouth moniker has continued to strike waves in the dotted Electro House. Handed the reins for Sebastien Drums latest vocal offering for Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records, however, the LA native and longstanding stateside stomper gives the House orientated groover ‘French Rules’ a typically American facelift right in time for the impending summer festival season.

Still inherently led by a formative top line courtesy of soulful homeland peer Niles Mason, Peganto uses his Electro persuasion to craftily weave a subtle undertone of grinding floor-fuel into the more straight-laced original with maximal energy. Mixing up the more-predictable Electro sound scope with dotted lead play and inherently discordant interludes, Hot Mouth beckons a far stronger backbone to this otherwise traditionally European offering from Sanchez’s esteemed imprint.

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Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules (Hot Mouth Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Returning to Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records following up the release of ‘French Rules‘, Sebastien Drums combines forces with Liverpool duo Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala for ‘Here I Come’. Where both Drums and the two Brits are mainly recognized by their more synth-laden offerings, ‘Here I Come’ sees the three wander a bit outside of their comfort zone for a considerably heavier production, also featuring Dutch vocalist Mitch Crown. Combining Crown’s characteristic voice and emotive chords with robust and distorted electro house, this French-British trio continues to make headway with this solid contribution to the ever-expanding industry of electronic dance music.

‘Here I Come’ will be released on June 19th.

Sebastian Drums, Whelan & Di Scala feat. Mitch Crown – Here I Come

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From Didier Sinclair to Daft Punk, France have been out to take hold of European House from the outset. Rising from strength to strength and brushing shoulders with Avicii and Norman in the process, Sebastian Drums is a Frenchman truly on fire amid the hustle and bustle of Electronic Dance Music.

But given the chance to play with that fresh French fire, firm Stealth Records favourites Muzzaik are always first on hand to don their superior dance floor intellect to a worthy cause. Let loose on Sebastian’s original fusion of hard hitting Tribalesque Disco House alongside the vocal stylings of Atlanta’s Niles Mason (the voice behind David Guetta and Afrojack’s ‘Louder Than Words’) the Hungarian masters give ‘French Rules’ a lethal dose of the pacing bass and solid drops that the renowned imprint of Roger Sanchez has become synonymous with.

Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules (Incl. Muzzaik Remix) [Stealth Records] – Beatport Link

Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules
Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules (Muzzaik Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

The track that was initially intended for a release through Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Records earlier this year has now come to light as an official representative of the record label of Roger Sanchez – Stealth Records. Following four hotshot collaborations with Avicii, this year’s Snus included, Sebastien Drums is no doubt one of the leading producers of France’s House music export. With belters like the hard-lined take on Faking Love and a funky remix for Let’s Get It On making partly up Drums’ output this year, the Frenchman returns to shed light on his preference of the classic sounds of French house in his upcoming release on Stealth as the title – French Rules – evidently enacts. Unfolding a vocal from the vocalist behind David Guetta and Afrojack’s Louder Than Words – Niles Mason – to hover atop the lead’s blistering grooves and disco-like vibes, French Rules is the next offering to help fuel the return of disco-house.

‘French Rules’ is set for release on January 17th via Stealth in a package along with a remix from the Budapest-based duo Muzzaik, the two who are well-known for their remix on A Little Louder. Apart from its notably techier structure, the remix has, alike the original, also got that groovy appeal that makes us wanna flash back on the times when bell-bottomed pants were a given and rounds the package off quite nicely.


Muzzaik Remix

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Following months of iconic recognition from the greatest in the industry, London-stationed Aussie producer Tommy Trash makes another far from unpretentious appearance by releasing his take on Edge Of The Earth – the soulful collaboration in between Richard Dinsdale, Sam Obernik and Hook N Sling. His superb and unique submissions to the electro-house scene have been playing a major role in the ascending of the subgenre he is so well-reputed for being one of the big guns in. With releases like The End and remixes on Carry Me Home, Jona Vark and We Feel Love under his belt, heavyweight producer, Mr. Trash, pulls out another storming release as his forthcoming instalment on Dim Mak – Blair Bitch Project – is still on the rise. The characteristic and sophisticated build-up seems to come in handy yet again as he’s emerging Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records with this hardhitting challenger aboard.

Richard Dinsdale, Sam Obernik & Hook N Sling – Edge Of The Earth (Tommy Trash Remix) [Stealth Records] – Beatport Link

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