Ultra Records has always been well regarded when it comes to putting out house music. The same can be said for the Bristol beatsmith Marc Vedo, who recently released a single with the veteran label. “Ride Of Your Life” dropped today, so it’s currently available for purchase on digital services if you so desire.
Marc Vedo isn’t the only one whose talents were brought to the table for this song. Singer Kylie Auldist performed on this vibrant house record. She adds a nice touch to a instrumental that, although strong, definitely is made for a vocalist to be on. With the upbeat Miami vibe, we can’t help but to think about MMW which is coming soon. We hope to hear this one while we’re there enjoying some sunshine!
There were so many good tracks that came out recently that we had to give you a couple extra today. This week’s Friday Party Playlist is packed with fourteen free downloads from producers all across the globe. Tracks from people like I.Y.F.F.E, Black Tiger Sex Machine, and Spock are just the tip of the iceberg. We also have solid collaborations from Carter Cruise x Dean Cohen, Matroda x Dustycloud, EMME x Erotic Cafe, Jayceeoh x CLVZA, Jaykode x Sullivan King and that’s not even all of them. Whether you’re simply streaming, or downloading these tunes, take them with you when you head out tonight. If you’re staying in due to the weather, that doesn’t mean you can’t party just the same. Most importantly, #danceirresponsibly.
Back in October the world was given a super cool music video from Christine for the single “Drama.” Little did we know we were getting a glimpse into what a full album had in store. Released through Uprise Music, the Atom From Heart LP, is here in full.
With eleven songs in total, Atom From Heart is a big package. Fans of old school house and French electro are going to be going wild for this LP. Most of the tracks fit within those styles, bringing a nostalgic sound to a dance community that tends to stray from taking a peak at what history has to offer. With artists only looking at making a break with what is hype, it’s nice to hear someone paving their own way. Great tracks like “Error 218,” “Lipstick” and “Howling Wave” are the reason this LP is a standout project. Christine cooked up some major tunes, so run through the entire album without skipping a beat. Want to buy it? Hit up iTunes.
Today we have a special premiere for you of not one, but two official remixes for Balkan Beat Box. One comes from our good friends Bad Royale and the other comes from the London creator GAUDI. Each of them have their own take on “Chin Chin” and each definitely had a different idea in mind of where to take things.
In going in nearly opposite directions, it’s cool to see just how easy it is for people to put their own spin on a song. With Bad Royale, we get a high-octane flip that sees the group’s Caribbean bass sound go all over the place, as they usually do. No matter what they release, it’s always a fun listen. GAUDI takes things much slower, with a laidback remix whose slight groove makes this the perfect kickback track. He manages to make two styles of music fit together that at first thought you might think against it. GAUDI not only makes it work, but he does so in a manner that exceeds even the best expectations. Check them out below and if you haven’t heard the original, check out the music video as well.
In March, the electronic trio Trouze will be releasing their highly anticipated single “Busy.” However, they didn’t want fans to wait any longer for a new song from them, so they partnered up with the ninjas for the premiere of their “Splash” single.
“Splash” is a lively, progressive record whose familiar, yet unique sound will certainly turn some heads. Vibrant piano chords headline a composition that shows off true song-writing talent. This single is a sign of new things to come for the trio; a fresh start to a new chapter in their creative lives together. With three veteran musicians, Trouze is always able to bring strong tracks to the fold that are anything but average. “Splash” is no different, as it has everything a hit house instrumental needs. Enjoy a first listen to “Splash” today to get ready for the arrival of “Busy” next month.
EDC Mexico is having more than just the festival. As a part of the experience, the people over at Insomniac have put together the festival compilation, featuring a multitude of talented artists from the lineup. One of the songs on the project, “TLC,” is by El Dusty and DJ Blass. Instead of waiting for the full compilation to be out, we partnered up with them on giving you a first listen through this premiere.
“TLC” is a Latin flavored house record that is sure to go off well with the massive crowds down in Mexico. The deep, groovy style makes this one perfect for clubs, but it’s got enough energy and power to satisfy all the ravers in the festival atmosphere. It’s nice to hear something a bit different, but given the festival we’re focusing on, it’s a perfect match. The full EDC Mexico compilation will be out on February 17th, with works from the likes of Kayzo, UNIIQU3, G-Buck, Happy Colors and more.
Everybody loves a free download. When that free download is of an exceptional song, it makes things even better. Today we share with you the zero-cost single “City Lights” by Truth x Lies, who released the tune through TropiKult.
“City Lights” is a dashing house record whose smooth bassline and topline work together to create mere musical magic. If you’re looking for your dance anthem for the upcoming weekend, then you have it here. Truth x Lies show here why they are undeniably some of the freshest deep house producers you’ll find around the globe. From their base in New York City they’ve cooked up some hot beats in the past, but this one may be the hottest one. There’s no reason not to grab it. A must listen, a must have, “City Lights” is shining bright among the house records currently coming out.