Lisa Unique and a host of top remixers rework the classic house anthem ‘ Let Me Love You For Tonight’. So far there are clips on Lisa’s SoundCloud and a Juno Download pre-order link for this March. do check those clips out though because this is destined to be absolutely MASSIVE!!!
Rae, Mandal & Forbes ‘That Feeling’
Rae, Mandal & Forbes team up for some spine-tingling vocal house action, as for those vocals, if they don’t make your hairs stand up on the back of your neck, well….
A large slice of club primed heat out now on Get Twisted
Its been a while since Subessence’s last LP but all good things are worth the wait. This new LP for Unified Audio comprises mainly of DnB tracks but not your average DnB. ‘Futures Past’ totally breaks the mould incorporating mellow guitars, gentle wistful pianos, sweet saxophones, gorgeous female vocals and thought provoking spoken word samples.
Subessence inspire the mind with an array of sonic landscapes and tapestries that evoke far far away sun-soaked lands of relaxation. An album of real class
Featured below is a playlist of tracks taken from 55 current releases in pretty much all fields of dance/bass music
Starting with the Breakbeat Disco funk of Discotron’s remix for Audio Jacker then moving into some bassy house beats from Black Girl/White Girl & Skapes. Next up is Sub Slayers new release by Rony Blue and produced by King Yoof, amazing voice and top class production on this infectious summery Reggae Bass tune.
Also in the playlist is Bobby Harvey’s new track for 18 099 Records remixed by RyKy, wait for the drop on this beaut!! The Detroit Project take us back to.. well Detroit of course with their new release on Sweep The Floor, ravey!!!
Sirmo’s ‘Take The Shot’ is a dark injection of bass taken from their new EP on Low Pitched Records. The very tasty Gawp Dub is next taken from Bang Tidy’s new one for Night6 Shift Sound. How about a bit of Techno courtesy of the Divide remix of Eddie Amador ‘Crazy’ out now on Freakin909
We’re a bit late posting this one but better late than never, we wouldn’t want you to miss out on sanXero’s retake of the classic ‘Rescue Me’ originally sang by Debbie Malone. Keeping on that classic tip how about this great remix of ‘Let The Music Play’ by Angelo Scalici (Free Download)
Somewhere between Speed Garage, House & Techno is Bodhi ‘Groove’ from their new EP on W&O Street Tracks. We move from House to Dark Jungle in Liquid Alliance ‘Hazme Sonar’ on Ravenoyz Recordings. We jump straight back into the uplifting party vibes after that with Tali Muss ‘Summer Vibes’ (Free Download)
Dots Per Inch Ft Bia want to ‘Fix You’ with some infectious vocal deep house. Gordon John joins Traxsource chart topping label Hedonistic with a tough funky chugger with 303 stabs ‘While It Spins’. Gray & AN;RO tell us to ‘Respect Your Girl’ with a great Nu Disco/Deep House crossover track as part of the new Sleazy Deep compilation.
Some firing snarling DnB from DJ Ransome next. ‘Creepy Crawlies’ packs in the atmosphere and intense basslines for an addictive roller. On the Jungle tip The Freestylers remix RDX ‘Pull Up Selecta’ for a tasty free download. Ground Mass unveils sister imprint Air Mass with a great EP of dark tribal experimental sounds at 160BPM from Beatnok. Future Wildstyle have a free 2 track EP of growling 130BPM Jungle Breaks you should snap up quick, it’s a free download too
We’re about halfway through now with an amazing track by Basic Forces, deep melodic DnB up for a free download. Osk Kosh remakes rave anthem ‘Rockin’ Down The House’ into a firing shot of Ragga Jungle/Breakcore as part of ‘The Brext Episode EP’ on Jigsore Digital. Moving back into House/Techno realms we have a thumper of a track by Hutchy on Articulate Sound. From thumpers to more soulful sounds thanks to Subsound & Strutter with a lovely free track.
Hard drums and bubblin’ angry bass. It can only be INKPHET’s new EP on Viral Mental full of crunching dark dark DnB beats. Need to cool down after that? Raphasosyk has the medicine for your ears Deep House style with ‘Broken Clock Melody’ on afrika motion. Matthias Leisegang follows with undoubtedly one of the best tracks of 2016. That’s right, you heard it, one of the best. ‘My Body’ comes with incredible remixes, it’s a underground anthem and out now on DRUM Records
More gorgeous House Music next via Muskox Records, Marco Colomba & Beth. ‘Slow Heart Beat’ is a scintillating track with guitar licks, deep bass and slapping beats not to mention stunning vocals. Time for some pianos now, Stuart Ojelay serves up the summer goodness with ‘Don’t Let Go’. Electrik Cat features next with ‘WTF’ from their new EP on In The Loop, a big slice of Ghetto House with heavy stabs, pounding beats and Hip Hop vox.
Next is 3 tracks currently out on the Future Follower imprint from Jubley, Skuvlow & Gribzy. As always it’s cutting edge bass music sounds the likes you will not hear anywhere else. House action again with the next track in the playlist. Roog ‘Buzzin’ taken from their new EP on Simma Black is a perfect speaker teaser. Hott Like Detroit ‘Paradise’ follows taken from their new release on Audio Rehab, A nice combo of tough drums and jazzy chords.
Vanilla Ace takes a famous sax lick and fashions it into a great club anthem called ‘Gee’. Luke Davidson drops some lushious deep and soulful house sounds with ‘Honey Come’ featuring vocals from Brooke davis out now on Myriad Black. Out now on Amplified Records is Martin Hellfritzsch’s new release of which featured is the deep dubby chugger ‘Hustle’
Kideko & George Kwali’s ‘Crank gets a vocal makeover which only adds to the instant appeal. Next up a trio of tracks from recent output on the Country Club Disco imprint. Garage House with a tropical vibe from MRJ’s new LP. The elegance of Chicago and toughness of detroit combined on a bouncey number from Cleary. And just all round trippy brilliance from Eyes Everywhere.
Kowton strips Dusky’s ‘Sort It Out Sharon’ to the bone but keeps the dark rave hazy intensity of the original. VEB takes us on a progressive romantic ride of DnB to kick back to on Viral Mental. From hazy keys at 174bpm to towering techno from Leo Lipolis on Konneqt with a commanding vocal. And from full on Techno to a slapping funky house track from Sakke taken from their new EP on motion recs.
Some Latin heat from Swindle precedes strong peaking tech house from Drift supported by the likes of Brandon Block and custom built for rocking the white isle. Bando & Jorgie revisit the true House sound with a rocking NuSkool house number with awesome spoken word vocals
Unified Audio’s Year 2 compilation is out now featuring deep musical visions of the minds of some of Bass music’s finest such as Provoke whose track features in the playlist. Punk meets Synthwave meets Electronica for the electrifying current single by Jaguar Ma. We finish with a flourish including a huge techno track from the pioneer himself Mr Kevin Saunderson then 3 tracks on the Simma Black/Red imprints by artists whose very names scream high quality beats, namely Wax Worx, Martin Ikin & Lowsteppa. Hope you enjoyed this round up. Give the blog a share on Twitter, Facebook and your socials of choice
Soulful/deep house from Marc Tasio on Karmic Power Records with lush pianos and great vocals too, classic house style
2.Alex Price Ft Xorael- One More Night
Massive deep house tunage from Alex Price upcoming on Onefold Records. Amazing vocals from Xorael that take it back to the golden era of UKG. Lovely ‘Gypsy Women’ style keys and signature uplifting pianos. Remixers State Unknown & Shaun Dean each offer their own classy takes on ‘One More Night’ from upbeat piano house to acididc tech house. Out 22/7/16 and absolutely unmissable!!!
3.Gina Breeze – Crystal Black EP (Get Up Recordings)
Deep dark underground tech House from Gina Breeze with super minimal and super classy reworkings from Michael Magnan, W. Jeremy
4.Latecomer – Mantra
Hypnotic bassy tech house from Latecomer with lots of really nice effects, a free dl from the excellent Swerve Digital
5.KLETIS – Not Everything Sucks EP
Next up on Unified Audio, Reggae themed dubbiness from Kletis. Spacey, dreamy, expansive and with plenty of the essential sub damage!!!
6.Ryan Blyth – Take My Money
Another big hitter from Yorkshire’s finest purveyor of jackin house. “Take My Money” is a big old slice of tech house in it’s own right and the remixes from the likes of Rob Made and others only enhance the appeal further. Just take our money dammit!!
7.Abbo ‘Drug Free’
Detroit fueled snappy tech house action from Abbo. “Drug Free” not only has a great tagline and super cool sounds but also boasts a top remix from James Dexter who takes things into dubby techno territory
8.Kafzon & DeeAfro ‘Worthy EP
4 nicely contrasting tracks from Kafzon & DeeAfro on Simma Red from UK style bass/tech house to more US influenced sounds. Great production throughout, perfect dancefloor weaponry
9.Spekktrum & Spookz – Phonetic Vol 1
The sickest Grime, Garage or Bass tunes you will hear this side of 2016, Spekktrum, Spook, Flirta D & Lil Nasty make for a deadly bass squad. These bad boys will be smashing up carnivals all summer!!
Renowned UKG production team Big Proj3ct return on Highly Swung with a sweetly sung and satisfying 2 stepper that’s tearing it up on the download stores, Love UKG? You should have got this already then but just in case, cop it now
Just one of many things we love about 18 09 Records is their diversity. From heads down Tech House to uplifting piano anthems, it’s all in their quality back cat. Richard Kelly delivers with a melodic house track that has the added bonus of a great remix by EssPea, quality is assured as always
Supplying great house music straight outta the underground. New Politcs present their new Spring compilation featuring top talent such as Energy Lab, Simztek & Dubz, Wrighteous, Danny M, Maison Tempo and more. Something for everyone who loves their house music
DRUM Records takes its’ label content very seriously and always delivers as evidenced by the deep warehouse ready techno of Raumdekor ‘Deeper Shadows’ which comes in two tension building melodic versions, both first class.
We have a pretty big backlog of tunes to blog for you and we wouldn’t want you missing out on the bass!!!! So, without further ado…..
VA- MNK001 [Manuka Records]
When Hypho is the driving force behind a new label you know this is going to be big!!! Manuka Records launches with a free compilation of dark bass n breaks including top producers such as Bojcot Selectah, Galvatron & Delo
The Tough Love team are back with another massive vocal house anthem for 2016, thanks to the lovely vocals of Arlissa and the signature carnival tinged Tough Love sound ‘Touch’ is already tearing things up
Vital Elements & Micky Finn- So Good/True Guidance [Serial Killaz Recordings]
When a veteran and true legend like Micky Finn is involved, you know you’re in for something extra special. Teaming up with Vital Elements, DnB gets elevated to a whole new level with two forward thinking but most certainly dancefloor ready productions
L Double – Back in the Jungle LP [Flex Industries]
Hosted by original junglist L Double ‘Back To The Jungle’ is a huge selection of across board Jungle/DnB from Liquid to Tearout, 140BPM to 180BPm featuring an array of talent including Galvatron, Greekboy, 2Brainz, Scattyone, Direct Feed & Satin plus more
Hailing from East London, Kaylah shows some real talent and amazing production skills with two squelching and bleeping slices of Acid/Tech House. ‘They Don’t Know’ bounces along with firm intent and ‘Tripped; is nothing short of melodic brilliance
This label just keeps getting better, we’ve said it before, we’re saying it again. Screechin’ bouncin’ bassy tech house straight from the ghetto is what’s on offer from De Vriend plus straight up dope, straight up jackin’ remixes from the likes of Chunk
LMNL returns to Unified Audio with a genre defying and ear caressing new EP of multi layered and tempo bass music thats cutting edge and incredibly musical, the post dubstep landscape is a fertile one as demonstrated by LMNL
Unified audio unleashes 3 DnB rollers from Lazh and you better make sure any movable objects are fastened down in your house cos’ these 3 deep dubby devastators are gonna do the right kinda damage, the kind your ears just can’t get enough of!!!