- November 30th, 2009
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Archive for November, 2009
Strip Steve’s highly anticipated “Delta Disco” EP is finally here! This is some real quality stuff, coming from BoysNoize Records. Strip Steve makes funky cut up Disco House, and he’s one of the best to do it.
STRIP STEVE – DELTA DISCO EP
Digital Bonus: Point Break
Dada Life November Mix
01 Kid Sister – Right Hand Hi (extended mix)
02 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Under The Water (Dada Life remix)
03 Justin Martin and Claude Vonstroke – Beat That Bird
04 Boys Noize – Nott
05 Maskinen – Dansa med vapen (Dada Life remix)
06 Tonka – Ready For War
07 Laidback Luke/Lee Mortimer – Blau (NOOB remix)
08 Moonbootica – The Ease (Dada Life remix)
09 Calvertron – Buggin’
10 Dada Life – Let’s Get Bleeped Tonight (Don Rimini still skill kill remix)
11 Douster – King of Africa
12 Junior Jack – Thrill Me
13 Tiesto – Flight 643 (Laidback Luke bootleg)
14 Designer Drugs – Drop Down
15 Nadastrom – Save Us
Huoratron’s latest EP is INSANE. This is hard banging madness from start to finish with every track having a huge potential of ending up on techno satans spotify playlist. That said, you dont have to be a worshiper of the dark lord to obey and enjoy the innovative force of this hi-fi genius’ sound crafts and the excellent production behind all the original tracks. Mixhells remix of the title track adds a bouncier bongo flavored beat and Passions “Splatterhouse” version of the same is bound to make even the weakest hearts bust a dance attack.
In between juggling his celebrated residency at London’s Fabric, running his music label Trouble & Bass in New York, and flying across the globe to play gig after gig, this November Drop The Lime finds himself at HOME on the shores of Singapore.
Hailed as one of the biggest talents from NYC, and with good reason, Drop The Lime has garnered fans world-wide – DJ Mehdi, Diplo, A-Trak, and Annie Mac to name but a few. Producing remixes for superstars such as Moby, Robyn, and Armand van Helden as well as having his own growing string of original releases, his success has been nothing short of exponential.
With an instinct for heavy bass, left, right and center and an eclectic taste running from Sonic Youth to 50’s doo wops thrown in for good measure be rest assured you’ll get FIDGET!
Drop The Lime (Trouble & Bass // Fabric, UK)
Chad (Pushin’ On)
DISKOTHUGG vs loopinmotion
No cover charge, only first drink charge applies
ABOUT DROP THE LIME
As one of the biggest new talents from New York City and hailed by MSTRKRFT, Hot Chip, Switch, Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank and dozens more, Drop The Lime has recently made monster remixes for Robyn and Moby while making original tracks with Diplo, Herve and Sinden. Remixes for Armand van Helden and Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip are in the pipeline.
Add a Fabric Room 1 residency, an incredible set at Coachella Festival, rave reviews from his prime time sets at Lovebox and V Festivals in the UK, and other European dates over the summer, and it’s easy to see why Drop The Lime is the Producer and DJ in demand right now.
Drop the Lime’s new single, Hear Me, drops worldwide in October. An extensive promo campaign is in the works and BBC Radio 1 are already massive fans, having broadcast two Drop The Lime DJ mixes in the last two months on Rob da Bank and Annie Mac’s shows (his mini mix for Annie Mac in particular became an online sensation with bloggers falling head over heels for his special 90s house selection).
Here’s the latest mix from Luca Venezia aka DROP THE LIME.
1. DMS – Exterminate (Rush Mix)
2. Drop The Lime – Devils Eyes (Diplo mad B-Live mix)
3. Drop The Lime – Devils Eyes (Luca’s club B-Live mix)
4. Drop The Lime _ Devils Eyes (Diplo mad B-Live mix)
5. Little Boots – New In Town (Drop The Lime dub)
6. Fake Blood – Fix Your Accent
7. Spencer & Hill – Cool (Afrojack Remix)
8. Drop The Lime – Come 2 Life (2009 Edit)
9. Major Lazer – Pon De Floor (Drop The Lime remix)
10. Will Bailey – Hit The Club
11. Zinc – Blunt Edge
12. L-VIS 1990 – Compass (Christian Martin remix)
13. Company B – Fascinated
14. Ghost Klub – Nite Pressures
15. The Potato Heads – Trumpet Dance
16. Drop The Lime – Set Me Free (Lil Silva remix)
17. A1 Bassline – 8oh8
18. Mr. Vega – I Came To, You Came To (Udy remix)
19. Pirate Soundsystem – Pum Pum Head
20. Emalkay – When I Look At you
21. Doctor P – Badman Sound
22. Jinder – Youth Blood (12th Planet + Flinch remix)
23. Calvin Harris – 5iliconeator
24. Supremes – My World Is Empty Without You (Acapella)
25. Brian Eno – Sparrowfall
22-year-old Peter O’Grady, better known as Joy Orbison, is one fine producer to watch out for. At the age of 13, he took up DJing and eventually moved into production, beginning with Fruity Loops-crafted 8-bar grime loops before shifting into headier territory that combined his love of house, disco, and dubstep with the atmospheric fuzz of bands like My Bloody Valentine, Josef K, and The Beach Boys. His single “Hyph Mngo” has become the forward-thinking dubstep/2-step tune of 2009, and it will be quickly followed by more tunes on O’Grady’s own Doldrums label, which he runs in tandem with partner Impey.
Fan Death return with a sneak preview of their new EP, A Coin For The Well, due for release 4th January 2010 on The Pharmacy Recording Company.
Following on from the recent success of the brilliant “Reunited” video, their latest track “Cannibal” has its roots in the disco of “Veronica’s Veil”, driven by a brilliant string motif with dazzling results.
It is also the lead track off the EP, a hook-filled dancefloor hit that is a pure leftfield pop classic in the making.
And so here’s our friends and favourite act of the moment, Sound of Stereo from Ghent, Belgium. Look out for their Zipper EP soon. It will be huge!!
Oh here’s some treat from them
Arsenal – Lotuk (Sound Of Stereo Kudoro Rave Remix)