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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.

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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 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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Having made the transition from Birmingham to New York at the tender age of 20, Carl Kennedy is closely established as one of England’s most reverent House players to date. Having fuelled Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Records with back-to-back tracks and maintained a solid stance as an Ibiza veteran, his appointment to support the Swedish House Mafia for their game changing appearance at Madison Square Garden left little room for doubts that Kennedy is a whole different entity on record and dance floor alike.

With Australian model turned singer Cheyenne Tozzi’s sensual vocals leading the way for Kennedy’s jubilant return to Subliminal, ‘Once Upon a Time’ peaks and flows with a precise air of energy to form one of the British producer’s finest club outings to date. Throbbing with emotive yet determined energy and soaked in that signature Subliminal charm, it is unsuspecting assets like Tozzi that the industry should be lapping up amid claims of unviable commerciality, as it certainly hasn’t cost Carl in this sterling return for 2012.

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Carl Kennedy feat. Cheyenne – Once Upon A Time

Words by Dan Carter

Having already forged three imminent summer anthems under their profound collaborative guise, Colombian House cartel turned global genre ambassador Erick Morillo and his like minded German peer Eddie Thoneick return to the new year for a highly anticipated fourth round of their undisputed reign on ecstatic EDM cuts. Never a duo to take an agile approach to vocal duties, ex-Skunk Anansie mouthpiece turned singer/songwriter Skin can be found filling the void usually taken by that of Shawnee Taylor for their inaugural outing for 2012. Originally premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the familiar key work and rising synth leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are accompanied by Skin’s diversely exotic yet surprisingly convergent melodic stylings to mark a winning formula for the first solid vocal anthem of the new year.

With Subliminal peers Jose Nunez and Harry Romero joining Erick Morillo under their new-forged big room guise of Sympho Nympho, the original is given a further injection of peak time energy and vivacious synth work to mark an invaluable extension of Skin’s induction to the club floor. In a turn for the unexpected, the daring duo ditch the cringe worthy urban crossovers to indulge in a genuinely game changing voice capable of raising the hairs on your back amid what is easily their most distinctive outing to date.

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Incl. Sympho Nympho Remix) [Subliminal Records] – iTunes Link
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Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Sympho Nympho Remix)

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The prolific production duo behind widely renowned offerings such as Live Your Life, Stronger and Nothing Better return to unveil their hotly tipped contender for 2012. Following a certain world premiere on Pete Tong’s prestigious Essential Selection, ‘If This Ain’t Love’ enters the limelight as Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s fourth single outing to date. Known by their affinity for unprecedented female vocalists, it comes as no surprise that their first single release in 2012 unfolds a structure quite reminiscent of its predecessors. Vocalised by the unremitting voice of Skin, stage name for Deborah Dyer, whom is primarily recognized for playing an essential role in the success and fame of British rock group Skunk Anansie, ‘If This Ain’t Love’ and its quite commercial piano lead and well-crafted baselines along with Skin’s entrancing vocals are all certain to carry the light for another prominent year for Morillo’s own Subliminal imprint.

‘If This Ain’t Love’ is set to release February 14th via Subliminal Records.

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The noteworthy preferences of DJ Tijs Verwest, also known as Tiësto, have turned heads since mid 90’s. And with his successful radio show, Club Life, airing weekly on Sirius XM, his significance in clubland is growing by the day. That being said, it’s no surprise this new single from Carl Kennedy saw its primal unveiling on behalf of the superstar DJ from Holland earlier this Fall. Kennedy, whom was proclaimed in early 00’s along with signings to Toolroom, Stealth and Cr2, has managed to become an acquainted DJ and producer thanks to his stirring outputs with genuine vibes of the white isle that is Ibiza. Since he teamed up with the now widely known Tommy Trash and vocalist Rosie Henshaw for the release of Blackwater through Subliminal in 2010, the advancement of the New York-raised Carl Kennedy has not slipped anyone by lately.

Riding the remnants of the aforementioned Subliminal release, which has been an essential set weapon on Ibiza over the past year, Kennedy combines forces with 23 year old Australian singer and model Cheyenne Tozzi for Once Upon A Time. Enthralling in the sensual and absolutely blinding voice of Ms. Tozzi and dance-friendly in the uplifting yet heavily throbbing instrumentals on behalf of the New York resident, the magnitude of Once Upon A Time encapsulates a sweeping crescendo, supporting yet crucial piano chords and pounding kicks to, all combined, shape up a top shelf release.

It’s set to release February 28th on Subliminal Records.

Carl Kennedy feat. Cheyenne – Once Upon A Time

RIP from Tiësto’s Club Life show

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Consisting of the jointed forces of Erick Morillo, Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero and Jose Nunez, In The Screen team up with Rachael Starr for We Are The Night. As premiered in Friday’s Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong himself, the trio, whom previously only made one appearance with the remix of Thinking Of You, presents us their very first collaboration single. Based in Los Angeles, hotly tipped Subliminal Records master in chief Erick Morillo continues to parade his vast industry experience and the positive vibes from the releases of Stronger and 2010’s Live Your Life. Starring vocals of Ms. Starr, We Are The Night is one soulful and peerless production – flipping from widespread big room sounds into a stirring drop. It’s out as one of the headlining offerings of the new Subliminal Invasion compilation, now also available unmixed.

In The Screen feat. Rachael Starr – We Are The Night [Subliminal Records] – Beatport Link

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Consisting of the jointed forces of Erick Morillo, Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero and Jose Nunez, In The Screen team up with Rachael Starr for We Are The Night. As premiered in last night’s Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong himself, the trio, whom previously only made one appearance with the remix of Thinking Of You, presents us their very first collaboration single. Based in Los Angeles, hotly tipped Subliminal Records master in chief Erick Morillo continues to parade his vast industry experience and the positive vibes from the releases of Stronger and 2010’s Live Your Life. Starring vocals of Ms. Starr, We Are The Night is one soulful and peerless production – flipping from widespread big room sounds into a stirring drop.

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