Posts Tagged ‘techno’

Exclusive: Nom De Strip Cloudy Mix

Nom De Strip is a name that has been floating around for a few years in the electro game with signings on labels like Rising and Dim Mak, but he recently has enjoyed a big boost in popularity from two consecutive EPs on mau5trapClouds Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. The EPs have shown a decidedly techy approach to the sound of electro by the man otherwise known as Chris Elliott, and it is certainly suiting him well, with recent support by the likes of Tiesto and David Guetta.

With techy releases comes an even techier mix from Nom De Strip with his 30-minute Cloudy Mix, which we have today exclusively for you on LessThan3. Snares and short synth stabs abound in this frenetic mix, with tracks from the likes of Peo de Pitte, Hot Mouth, Robbie Rivera, and of course, a few new Nom De Strip bangers. Like what you hear? Pick up his new EP on Beatport here.

Tracklist:

01. Oliver $ & Sqim – Hoes
02. Tracques – Click Track
03. Malente & Breakfastklub – Danger Zone (The Sneekers Remix)
04. John Dish – Karmma
05. Bazu – Change The System
06. Nom De Strip – Techno Saturday
07. Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42 (Nom De Strip Remix)
08. Hot Mouth & Robbie Rivera – Dog vs Cat
09. Faithless – Synthesizer (Peo De Pitte Remix)
10. Nom De Strip – Seesaw
11. Boys Noize – Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)

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Exclusive: Nom De Strip Cloudy Mix

Nom De Strip is a name that has been floating around for a few years in the electro game with signings on labels like Rising and Dim Mak, but he recently has enjoyed a big boost in popularity from two consecutive EPs on mau5trapClouds Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. The EPs have shown a decidedly techy approach to the sound of electro by the man otherwise known as Chris Elliott, and it is certainly suiting him well, with recent support by the likes of Tiesto and David Guetta.

With techy releases comes an even techier mix from Nom De Strip with his 30-minute Cloudy Mix, which we have today exclusively for you on LessThan3. Snares and short synth stabs abound in this frenetic mix, with tracks from the likes of Peo de Pitte, Hot Mouth, Robbie Rivera, and of course, a few new Nom De Strip bangers. Like what you hear? Pick up his new EP on Beatport here.

Tracklist:

01. Oliver $ & Sqim – Hoes
02. Tracques – Click Track
03. Malente & Breakfastklub – Danger Zone (The Sneekers Remix)
04. John Dish – Karmma
05. Bazu – Change The System
06. Nom De Strip – Techno Saturday
07. Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42 (Nom De Strip Remix)
08. Hot Mouth & Robbie Rivera – Dog vs Cat
09. Faithless – Synthesizer (Peo De Pitte Remix)
10. Nom De Strip – Seesaw
11. Boys Noize – Ich R U (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)

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DC Gets Ready To FVCKPOLITICS

DC party people! Who’s down to put politics aside and get all bipartisan on the dancefloor? This Saturday come out to FVCKPOLITICS, where a handful of capital city locals and New York DJs will be on hand to present the finest in underground house and techno for the late night crowd. With two floors of music (including a swanky greenroom), full visuals, and a tendency to not really give a fvck, this one’s a no-brainer.

RSVP is required, so shoot an email over to FVCKPOLITICSlist@gmail.com, and check out the rest of the party info below!

Where: 1539 7th St NW (Corner of Q)
When: Saturday, April 6th (11pm-7am)
Facebook: FVCKPOLITICS
Twitter: @FVCKPOLITICSDC
Instagram: FVCKPOLITICS

FVCKPOLITICS

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The Club – Week 46

This week on The Club I've got a hefty dose of techno to accompany the usual deep house that I've been sharing with you over the last few months. It seems the more I dig into a genre, the farther away I move from what The Club was originally founded on, which was big room progressive & electro house. Colin & Steph have taken over the task of bringing you more big room but every few weeks I'll come fully prepared with selections from the deeper shades of dance music and hopefully a new mix each time. Today's mix features 40 tracks and 2 hours of deep house into techno from the best of this week and Week 43. Thanks again to Julia Martineau, Dustin Kennedy & James Ledger for helping out on this week's post.


Jupiter Jazz
Booty Jazz
Ellum Audio 2013-03-11
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Recently underground heavyweights Maceo Plex and Danny Daze joined forces for Ellum Audio and this week released their first EP under the alias Jupiter Jazz, fittingly named "Booty Jazz". With this inaugural EP following up from their successful remix for Switchbox's "Pirates Poetry" earlier this year, the release is simple - three tracks and no remixes and is exactly what you would expect from producers of this calibre. The highlight of the record, "Technology" oozes trippy universal sounds that have been ingeniously integrated with typical Maceo Plex vocoders and Danny Daze basslines. The subtle vocals and perfect percussions really compliment each producer's own element and makes. This EP is up there with the best so far this year and will undoubtedly top charts and stir excitement amongst the deep house community. Grab your copy via Beatport if you're digging the vibes; it's Booty Jazz!

Beatport · Jupiter Jazz on Facebook · Ellum Audio on Soundcloud


Dusky
Nobody Else EP
Aus Music 2013-03-18
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Straight after being premiered in their recent Essential Mix, Dusky return to Will Saul's Aus Music imprint for the release of their Nobody Else EP. Available from March 18, the release is straight up 4/4 house. With beautiful vocal loops and deep chunky bass throughout, it's clear the British duo is coming up big time for their first transmission of 2013. With 2012 bringing them releases on School, Simple, Leofah and even Maya Jane Coles' Dogmatik Records, this four-track EP, complete with that signature low-slung garage percussion, long breakdowns and perfect vocal stabs is everything you want from a deep house record and has every ingredient to get a dancefloor moving. Although "Atone" smashes out tech-house percussion, the other three tracks on the release are full of those deep Dusky chords.

Dusky on Facebook · Dusky on Soundcloud


Fantasy (Kele Remix)
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I received a few emails recently about tracks featuring two of my all time favourites; Futurecop! (We premiered the Lifelike remix of their latest single today) & Kele from Bloc Party, who's recent remix for MS MR is a full on bass driven deep house track with that round deep bass that Kele, like many others at the moment, have taken a fondness for. Admittedly I haven't been really keeping up to date with Bloc Party but when Kele first split off from the group his sound wasn't too far off from the original, however obviously more dance infused. This latest remix takes him into another realm altogether, deep and dark and hinting at what might lie ahead for the UK vocalist/lead guitarist turned producer.

Download · MS MR on Facebook · Kele on Facebook


Copy Paste Soul
Look At Me
Exploited 2013-02-18
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Thanks to several past EPs, London-based producer Copy Paste Soul gained recognition in 2012 and the support of notable artists such as Homework and Tensnake. Recently signed to Berlin label Exploited, we can expect great things to come from this young producer, whose release "Look at Me" was premiered on BBC Radio 1 by Annie Mac and Skream & Benga. "Look at Me" is upbeat deep house with a grimier touch of wobble to it, and a sound reminiscent of fellow UK producers Disclosure. Break beat and vintage chord give this track an old school feel that is highly danceable.

Beatport · Copy Paste Soul on Facebook · Copy Paste Soul on Soundcloud


Various Artists
Azari & III Remixed
Dim Mak / Turbo 2013-02-25
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With the release of their debut album last year, Toronto's eccentric "house band" Azari & III exploded onto the underground scene. With the likes of Jamie Jones, Disclosure, Tiga and Maceo Plex remixing their tracks, this compilation album carries more weight than most. On this edition of The Club, we've included a few of our favourite remixes, but strongly suggest you give the rest a listen as well. Maceo Plex's version of "Manic" has a slower, bass heavy tempo and is much smoother than the original upbeat version. With a grumbling and distorted intone in the background, and reverberating vocals in the foreground, this remix has an undeniably deep house sound. The lesser known track "Indigo" takes on a more light-hearted feel that is jauntier than its original, thanks to a remix by Voyeur. Finally, Locked Groove's take on "Manhooker" gives a far more techno feel to the original track, dominated by singer Starving Yet Full's sultry vocals. Whatever your preferences are, this album's diversity in sound can be truly appreciated by anyone who loves electronic music.

Beatport · Azari & III on Facebook · Azari & III on Soundcloud


Adana Twins
Strange
Exploited 2013-02-25
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It can be a challenge for producers who attempt to morph a classic rock hit into an electronic remix worthy of a spot on dance floors, as expectations are oftentimes kept higher. The bonus track, “Strange”, by Adana Twins is a cover of The Doors’ “People Are Strange” we think deserves a chance to sooth your musical curiosities. The Hamburg duo consisting of Take It Easy and Friso (surprisingly they aren’t related) have been catching a lot of attention these days and their hot streak continues with their Everyday EP featuring the cover track we speak of. Soothing and eerie, it’s a beautiful track laid down with piano that’s perfect for bringing the crowd’s energy downwards as the night comes to a close.

Beatport · Adana Twins on Facebook · Adana Twins on Soundcloud


Butch
Highbeams EP
Hot Creations 2013-02-25
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Thank the house gods that Hot Creation exists. Honestly, it’s hard to find a bad track on that record label, as it’s constantly spewing out quality deep house and continues to sign on outstanding artists such as Benoit & Sergio, Digitaria, Danny Daze, Miguel Cambell, and Infinity Ink. The PBR Streetgang remix of Butch’s “Faith” is another one of those songs the label can add to its list of delectable hits. Appearing on the Highbeams EP, the track features hypnotic vocals by Benjamin Franklin that have been chopped from the original and a strong reverberating base line. Inspired by Radiohead’s “My Iron Lung”, this track along with the original on this EP attest once again to the creativeness that makes this label so damn good! Throw in the Maceo Plex & Miguel Campbell remixes and you've got one of the biggest releases this year.

Beatport · Butch on Facebook · PBR Streetgang on Facebook

1605 Label Night @ Sound Academy featuring Umek, Pleasurekraft and Stefano Noferini [Event Preview]

Earmilk is excited to present the 1605 Label Night, featuring sets from tech house masterminds Umek, Pleasurekraft and Stefano Noferini, this Friday, March 8 at Sound Academy. With a total of 18 DJs on the bill, including some of Toronto's top local talent, this is one night you don't want to miss out on. Here's a little teaser video to get you excited for Friday's festivities.

Having spent decades now at the top of the techno charts, Slovenia's Umek is a tech house legend, and one of the pioneers of the electronic music scene in the country. He is also arguably one of the hardest working DJs in the world, playing more than 100 shows a year. Though he travels constantly, Umek's involvement in the arty 1605 Label has helped hundreds of talented young artists find a place in the global electronic music scene, as the label has become a world renowned resource for any club DJ. 

Pleasurekraft is the self-proclaimed hedonist duo of Kaveh and Kalle, hailing from Washington DC and Stockholm, Sweden. They describe themselves as "a simultaneously visceral and cerebral experience induced only by the seductive, deep, groove heavy, underground techno inspired music that you hear the kids listening to", but you might just have to find out for yourself. 

Italy's Stefano Noferini is one of the nation's most respected producers, and his years of experience have cemented his status at the top of the dance music food chain. Stefano has the ability to tap right into our primal need to dance, and while you may miss the subtle expertise filling your mind with proper house grooves, but your body will hail the call, understand, and you’ll be dancing like you’ve never danced before.

With Umek, Pleasurekraft, Stefano Noferini and supporting acts SubplotSam Haze and Earmilk's own Jamie Gone among others, this is definitely going to be a night you don't want to miss. Tickets are $35.00 and you can email events@earmilk.com to arrange to pickup a hard ticket and save the online servicing fees. See you there!

1605 LABEL NIGHT @ SOUND ACADEMY ft. UMEK, PLEASUREKRAFT AND STEFANO NOFERINI 

Dubfire Meet & Greet at Exchange LA

This Saturday the supreme techno beast and LessThan3 favorite, Dubfire, will be taking over Exchange LA (21+)! If you’re down with haunting rhythms and unstoppable basslines, we highly recommend you grab your tickets now for this epic show. Spread the word about this party with hashtag #DubfireExchangeLA.

We’re also awarding one lucky winner a signed CD, two tickets, and a chance to meet and greet with Dubfire himself at the nightclub! Enter our contest below before Friday morning, when we select a winner.


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Movement Giveaway & Phase 2 Lineup

Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival dropped their phase 2 lineup today, and we can already tell this year’s event is going to be bigger and better than ever before. To add on to the techno-heavy phase 1 announcement, the folks at Paxahau have gathered a diverse cast of live acts, deep house and tech house DJs, and eclectic beatmakers. Nicolas Jaar, Azari & III, TEED, and others will bring their acclaimed live shows to Hart Plaza, while revered DJs from a variety of scenes, such as Matt Tolfrey, Soul Clap, Tokimonsta, and Brodinski, will light up the decks. And of course, Detroit is well-represented with lineup spots for the likes of Moodymann, Stacey Pullen, and DJ Godfather. Click over to Movement’s official site to check out the full lineup so far and buy tickets while they’re still available.

Want to win tickets to the festival? We’re giving away three pairs of three-day passes to Movement Electronic Music Festival! Enter our contest below before March 10th:


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BANG! Ep 1 feat SKRILLEX & BOYS NOIZE

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Clarian’s Chemical Gardens

When we interviewed Guy Gerber late last year, he told us that we should keep a close eye on his protege, Clarian North: “…he’s a great young producer, reminds me a lot of me. I’ve let him stay in my studio and produce while I’m away–he’s like my brother.” We took notice as well, naming Clarian’s dream-pop group Footprintz one of our top up-and-coming acts of 2013. With a full-length Footprintz album set to release next month, the young producer is ready to make a big splash, and the new Chemical Gardens EP showcases the breadth of his musical talent.

The standout on this release is the first track, a collaboration between Clarian and Guy that was recently named Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune. Claire burns bright, made to see the sun rise and set with tangling synths and triumphant keys; the track is more than deserving of its essential status. Clarian proves he’s no slouch on his own either with similarly idyllic tracks Destroy She Says and Renaissance.

The second half of Chemical Gardens sees a darker turn from the Montreal native. Remove Control and U (Unfinished) drive deep, peak-time stompers for sweat-drenched clubs, while acid oozes from the bounce of Through Your Mind. Clarian takes us on a killer ride through this EP, fittingly released on Visionquest. Pick up Chemical Gardens on vinyl through Juno.

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The Club – Week 43

Welcome back to The Club. We've taken a few weeks off and come back to you with a fresh look and format for Week 43, and this time jammed packed with the best in deep house, techno, tech house, and even some UK garage and nu disco from the past few week. Today, we've given you some serious tools to keep your finger on the pulse of underground dance music with an enormous selection across a wide variety of genres. Big thanks to Steph Evans, Julia Martineau & James Ledger for help with this week's post - and don't forget to support the artists by purchasing their tracks on Beatport!


Justin Martin & Eats Everything
Feather Fight
Hypercolour 2013-02-11
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It comes as somewhat of a surprise to realize that Justin Martin & Eats Everything have only just released their first collaboration together, this one a two track EP released on Hypercolour. The Dirtybird influence shines bright on this release, especially on "Harpy", but where the magic really happens is "Feather Fight", which features a seemingly endless riser that builds into exactly what we've come to expect from Justin. Eats Everything puts his touch on the track with a growling bass that gets added to the mix midway through. A big release for both producers and a collaboration long over due, it's just the beginning of Eats' work today on The Club.

Beatport · Justin Martin on Facebook · Eats Everything on Facebook

Various Artists
Friends Will Carry You Home Too (Part 1)
Pets Recordings 2013-02-04
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Pets Recordings, the new label from Catz 'n Dogz, just dropped Part 1 of their compilation album titled "Friends Will Carry You Home To", which features exactly what we've come to expect from the Polish DJs, a range of downtempo gems from the likes of El_Txef_A and Kixsnare all the way to some exciting new stuff from Viadrina, and a remix from Eats Everything for Catz 'n Dogz "Mass Confusion", arguably the climax of the release, and just the first Eats release on The Club today. It's always refreshing when an album features something different, and Catz 'n Dogz, who are known for their unique take on the deeper shades of dance, did a fine job selecting the tracks for Part 1 of their Pets Recordings compilation debut.

Beatport · Pets Recordings on Facebook

Friend Within
The Game
Dirtybird 2013-02-06
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Surprisingly mysterious British producer Friend Within makes his debut on Dirtybird Records with a huge in-your-face release, "The Game" EP. With the popularity of this deeper brand of tech house spiralling upwards at an incredible rate in recent times, the unknown Friend Within character has made a well-timed impressionable imprint with this record. The title track kicks off with a heavyweight, stuttering tech-house cut of a 90s underground instrumental built perfectly for peak-time floors. Bringing somewhat of a fresh spin on well-versed tech classics, Friend Within has forthcoming releases on acclaimed house labels Pet Recordings and Hypercolour in 2013, along with a 'Renegate Master' remix that has stirred up huge love from the likes of Disclosure, Monki and B. Traits. Regardless of who Friend Within is and where he/she came from, the professionalism in the production value is enough to please even the heaviest Dirtybird dancefloor.

Beatport · Friend Within on Facebook


Urulu & Steve Huerta
Things I Didn't Mean
Dirt Crew 2013-02-04
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Released digitally and on a 12" vinyl, Dirt Crew Records is proud to present the 4 track release that encompasses Urulu & Steve Huerta's 'Things I Didn't Mean'. Already charted by Sage Caswell, Carlos Grant, Rick Rude and Jason Pelletier, the two American producers have made a promising start to 2013 with incredibly daunting shoes to fill from the past few years. Urulu's 2011 debut EP 'Goodbyes' on the Lazaro Cassanova owned, LA/Miami based petFood imprint offered a warm introduction for many house advocates to a producer already showing maturity far beyond his 20 years, with the release gamering plays from the likes of Eats Everything. The 'Things I Didn't Mean' EP, featuring four tracks from Urulu and Steve Huerta a digital exclusive from the pair, kicks off with the title track's subtle vocal loop and deep bassline before treating us to a smooth percussive break. In no surprising fashion, the rest of the EP offers extreme quality in deep house music however the 'The Things I Didn't Mean' single off the record is personally the focal point.

Beatport · Urulu on Facebook · Steve Huerta on Facebook

Tiger Stripes
Bright Lights (Andre Crom Remix)
OFF Recordings 2013-02-06
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Starting out in the mid 90s as a music journalist for bands like Masters at Work, it was not until 2008 that Andre Crom moved from rural Germany where he discovered his techno love, to the heart of Berlin to pursue his career as the OFF Recordings boss. 5 years later, the label owner and producer has released the Swedish Tiger Stripes "Bright Lights" EP, complete with his own take on the record. With the original dubbed as an 'underground pop affair', Andre Crom's remix of the track has attracted support from popular deep house producers such as Kolombo, Teenage Mutants, Jesse Rose and several more. Nonetheless, with Tiger Stripes being an increasingly familiar name amongst labels like Noir, Get Physical and even Mark Knight's famous Toolroom Records, the Bright Lights release is the typically deep sound that stirs up excitement during peak time at any house music-loving venue. Released February 6th on Beatport and on vinyl

Beatport · Andre Crom on Facebook


Claptone
Wrong
Exploited 2013-01-21
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Berlin-based deep house producer Claptone returns to the famous Exploited Records to kickstart 2013 with the release of his two-track Wrong EP. Leading with the instantly recognizable riff from Dr. Dre’s "Still D.R.E," title track "Wrong" turns the '90s classic into a track of growling bass and deep chugging grooves and a surprisingly fitting 118bpm. On the flip, the duo brings aboard dOP singer Jaw to pen "No Eyes," a track rife with ambience and melodic vitality. As Claptone's latest EP, it's a great first release of the year and shows a promising 2013 ahead.

Beatport · Claptone on Facebook · Claptone on Soundcloud

Aeroplane
I Don't Feel (Deetron Remix)
Eskimo 2013-01-21
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House great Deetron recently released his remix (and instrumental remix) of Aeroplane's "I Don't Feel", a bass-heavy track ideally meant for those late nights in a dark club. A sub bass growls throughout with melodic pads sprinkled overtop, there's a distinct atmosphere that Sam Geiser has been crafting in his tracks for years now. Out now on Eskimo recordings, it is available not only on Beatport and iTunes, but also on "Eskimonde", the label's first 5CD box set, featuring additional remixes by the likes of Oliver and Moonlight Matters.

Beatport · Eskimonde · Deetron on Facebook · Aeroplane on Facebook

Benoit & Sergio
Bridge So Far
Hot Creations 2013-01-21
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Stunningly melodic, Benoit & Sergio's "Bridge So Far" is poppy enough to be accessible to listeners less accustomed to underground house, with bass deep enough to dance to until 4 a.m. Since releasing "Walk and Talk" in the fall of 2010, the duo have steadily risen to musical fame. "Bridge So Far" is their first single on Hot Creations and arguably one of the labels most successful releases since "Benediction". Fans of Benoit & Sergio's earlier music will find much to enjoy in this single, as it layers their trademark vocals over highly danceable beats.

Beatport · Benoit & Sergio on Facebook · Benoit & Sergio on Soundcloud

Sharam Jey & Night Talk
The Future (Metodi Hristov Remix)
Suara 2013-02-04
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No stranger to The Club here on EARMILK, Sharam Jey reconnects with Night Talk after their successful "Lies" release last year, this time with the deep vibes of "The Future", complete with a remix from Metodi Hristov (If you haven't listened to "Nobody" make sure to check that out to see why we're so excited about the next up n coming Bulgarian - another being KiNK who we can admit has fully arrived, case in point his remix of his girlfriend Rachel Row's "Follow The Step"). Metodi's remix takes an infectious bass line and throws in the absolute best hi hat, adding some tech to the mix, while the 3 originals on the EP demonstrate why Sharam Jey continues to dominate the funky deep house world we love to live in, releasing a simply incredible number of tracks this past year.

Beatport · Sharam Jey on Facebook · Night Talk on Facebook · Metodi Hristov on Facebook

Umek & Uto Karem
Eternity
Agile Recordings 2013-02-04
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After some recent digression from his typical style, Slovenian master UMEK is back to his signature techno roots to team up with fellow tech Italian heavyweight Uto Karem with "Eternity" on Agile Recordings. As a follow up to last year's "Crossing the Lines," the infectious, pulsating vocal loop that rallies throughout this release reminds us how UMEK's classic style has gathered so much international success. After recent house music releases on Spinnin' and his own 1605, UMEK's welcome return to the techno realm will add another trophy to his position as one of the leaders in the industry. Catch him alongside Stefano Noferini & Pleasurekraft in Toronto, an Earmilk Events special presentation featuring that all star tech house cast as well as our own curator of The Club, Jamie Gone. BUY TICKETS HERE · EVENT INFO

Beatport · UMEK on Soundcloud · Uto Karem on Facebook

Switchbox
Pirates Poetry feat Natz (Jupiter Jazz Remix)
Ellum Audio 2013-01-14
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Released on Ellum Audio, Jupiter Jazz's remix of German tech house duo Switchbox's Pirate's Poetry combines the darkly sensual vocals of singer NAtz with the label's trademark big room sound. Jupiter Jazz is comprised of Maceo Plex and fellow house music great Danny Daze, both of whom have experienced incredible success recently. Deep bass lends an addictive quality to this remix, which will most definitely be played on repeat. They have also just put up previews for their next release on Ellum, another impressive outing that cements Maceo Plex AKA Maetrik as one of the premiere producers of our generation, turning everything he touches into gold.

Beatport · Switchbox on Facebook · Jupiter Jazz on Facebook

Chicken Lips
He Not In
Defected Recordings 2013-01-28
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Just released on Defected Records, Chicken Lips' "He's Not In" has an easily identifiable bassline and has been remixed by two noteworthy names in dance music: Eats Everything and Noir. In his typical bass-heavy deep house style, and just as we've heard him do with the Catz 'n Dogz remix up above, Eats Everything pumps up the bass in an explosive, dance floor-ready track. Noir's personal edit adds a frenetic, edgy sound to the original, and will most definitely be played in clubs the world over.

Beatport · Eats Everything on Facebook · Noir on Facebook

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