You know what it's like. You hear a tune somewhere, on a mix or something, and spend the rest of your life looking for it. At least that's the way it usually goes. It's barely been a couple of months since we first heard Cooly G's ace mix for Fact magazine (ok, we know we go on about it pretty much every week) and since then we've been trying to hunt down Martin Kemp's awesome
Played by Agoria, Danny Tenaglia, Josh Wink, Karotte, Butch, Shinedoe, Laurent Garnier, Ramon Tapia…. Directly from Chile, a massive deephouse anthem from Francisco Allendes & Felipe Venegas incl. great remix by Alexi Delano and brilliant bonus track “Alquinta . Roadtested by Kling Klong head honcho Martin Eyerer since months with big results.
Resident in Berlin since 2004, Brito's distinctly latin interpretation of house is a step ahead of the game, with prior releases animating floors with that inimitable South American fervour. Slick and futuristic, this is for that time of the night where looking backwards is not an option. Living up to it’s moniker, the resonant melodies and hypnotic pace conspire to transcendental effect.
Mirko Loko is most notably a member of Planet E's Swiss reps Lazy Fat People, manufacturers of hefty tech-house and part of the European house hoi polloi. On his lonesome he's collaborated with Luciano besides remixing types like James Zabiela. 'Seventynine' is his debut album of streamlined and effortless tech-house variations ripe with bloopy bass sounds, tasteful percussion, hypnotic synthlines and a very refined production palette.
Cadenza Records is finally delivering the much expected release from Michel Cleis & Salvatore Freda. Both of them are fierce activist of the Lausanne electronic music scene since more than a decade. For sure you definitely danced already on Michel Cleis music last summer. His unreleased underground hit “La Mezcla” was on non spot rotation all around the glob from Ibiza to Tokyo and is supported by various DJ’s such as Radio Slave, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice or Luciano to name a few.