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The Allergies- Love’s Supposed To Be [Premiere]

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We’re very pleased to be able to share this premiere of The Allergies- Love’s Supposed To Be  funky Northern Soul influenced breaks taken from ‘Jalapeno Funk Seven’ due out 11/12/15 on Jalapeno Records featuring contributions from Basement Freaks, Kraak & Smaak, Skeewiff  and many more , don’t miss out on this comp, be sure to pick up a copy as soon as the mothership lands!!!!


Golden Girls – Kinetic (Pirate Jams Remix)


Jalapeno Records has just released bonafide classic Golden Girls – Kinetic the Remixes, bringing back that iconic rave riff with remixes from AOTOA, Pirate Jams and Lindoman.

We’re bringing you the premiere of the Pirate Jams interpretation which has seen massive early support from all corners of the dance scene including rave pioneers Slipmatt and Graeme Park. The mysterious duo take the classic sounds of the Orbital and Mike Haell collaborative track and under pin with a hefty breakbeat / 4 x 4 crossover whilst keeping all the rawness of the original in tact. Adding subtle edits and delicate synths they perfectly update one of the most well known tunes of the rave era for the 2015 crowds.


The Allergies – Flip The Scripture (feat.BluRum13) (Love Mix)



DJ Moneyshot & Rackabeat from the city of beats, Bristol, U.K further their mission to give a fresh lick to old skool sounds, this prime slice of classic Hip Hop is a taster for their forthcoming EP on 25/05/15 on Jalapeno Records, think A Tribe Called Quest, Arrested Development, De La Soul, no glocks and hoes here, just mind bending lyrical science, summer of love style funk and all things good, its a free download too!!!

PREMIERE – Marcus Jakes – Reasons / This Much

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Cardiff based producer, Marcus Jakes, comes correct with another outstanding (dare we say deep) house release on the always on point Jalapeno Records.

‘This Much’ follows his debut EP for the label which found favour with DJ’s as diverse as Kissy Sell Out, N Type, Huxley and Kraak & Smaak and this will further showcase his flair and skill as one to watch in the house music scene.

Add to the package a bass heavy, breakbeat-jungle remix from SPX and you have an essential release which should find its way into a diverse and wide range of dj sets. I for one have been hammering the SPX remix!

We have the Premiere of the free download of ‘Reasons’ by Jakes which is another boompty slice of 4×4 goodness to go along with the release. Just try not to bounce to this!

Grab Marcus Jakes ‘This Much’ when its released on the 14th July. Pre-order HERE

[Premiere] Alexia Coley – Beautiful Waste Of Time (Smoove Remix)


Future classic in the making here with Alexia Coley laying down her sublime vocals on another Soul/Funk monster. Her original is beautiful slice of Motown inspired laid back funk that will find favour with new fans and old alike.  We have the premiere of the Smoove remix to bring to you today and boy does he do good! Smoove has to be one of the busiest funksters in the whole of the scene and really adds his shine to an already quality track. Bringing the drums to the forefront with a heavy hitting, funked up rhythms he creates a more dancefloor lead version which will definitely be doing damage around this years festivals.

Out June 2nd via Jalapeno Records



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Press Release

“Alexia Coley is a girl who has been preparing her whole life for what 2014 has to offer. Her background as a big band jazz singer and then as lead singer for West London crew The Rotten Hill Gang has prepared her for the big stage and when opportunity knocks she always answers.

Her debut single on Jalapeno “Keep The Faith” gained Alexia a lot of attention both at home where Craig Charles on 6 Music and Robert Elms on BBC London were big fans supporting the single on their shows – and abroad where Italy in particular needed no persuasion to get Alexia on the national airwaves.

Beautiful Waste Of Time was co-written with former Rotten Hill bandmates Gary McPherson and Andre Shapps. Their previous band Big Audio was led by Mick Jones from The Clash and in early live incarnations Alexia found herself singing the song with Mick on guitar.

The song was never committed to record and so with her old bandmates support Alexia re-recorded the single with her current band and with producer Dr. Rubberfunk on mixing duties made it her own.

Her music has a classic soul and jazz vibe but with the edge of a girl who has grown up round Ladbroke Grove and seen what effect modern day London has on people. Her songs are timeless but still relate to kids growing up right now and she can just as often be found sandwiched between a rapper and a DJ on the bill as a line-up of jazz players at Ronnie Scotts.

Label mate Smoove puts the drums to the front for a dancefloor friendly remix that will be tearing up clubs and festivals all summer long.”!/AlexiaColey


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