Thursday, November 27, 2014

* Imagination - Changes [Late Nite Tuff Guy Remix]

Here's a taste from the return of the legendary disco dub band Imagination. Imagination are back with fresh mixes of some of their most iconic tracks, included in the new album called 'Night Dubbing II'. Preview the Late Nite Tuff Guy Remix, one of my fav!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

* AlunaGeorge - Supernatural (Mike Mago Remix)

Check out the Mike Mago remix for the brand new AlunaGeorge single 'Supernatural'.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

* MNEK - ‘The Rhythm’

MNEK returns with an absolute banger of a track entitled ‘The Rhythm’! Recently the young trailblazer has been in the studio writing and producing monster tunes for the likes of Sigma, Becky Hill, Sinead Harnett and Bondax. Causing a stir at his recent XOYO show, MNEK dropped new track ‘The Rhythm’ mid set and it’s fair to say the crowd went nuts!
MNEK releases his debut album next year, one of the most anticipated albums of 2015 !

* LIFELIKE - Overdrive

Lifelike announces new single ‘Overdrive’ via Capitol Music/Universal/Computer Science on 8th December, co-written with disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder. It's the first single to be released out of the forthcoming album 'Electronic Dreams' (April 2015).
Onboard of this flight, are French-Do-It-Better remixes with french touch godfather Alan Braxe (Vulture), the parisian hipster connection of Popular Computer (Kitsuné/PC Music) and swedish-o-french duo Mauvais Cliché (Strictly Rythm). To be premiered soon, the very controversial video, co-produced with HK Corp & BOLD.

Alan Braxe Remix

Monday, November 24, 2014

* Kraver : Fires Burning (A.N.D.Y. Remix)

Here's the A.N.D.Y. 'Kraver' remix on Classic House Imprint.

* We Are The Brave : Your Ghost (ATTAR! Club Mix)

This is the ATTAR! "Club" version for We Are The Brave' s new single "Your Ghost".

* Scarlet Fantastic - No Memory '14 EP2 // PLAYER + FREE DL + Video

Jerry Bouthier’s imprint Continental drops the second part of the re-release of Scarlet Fantastic ‘No Memory’ on the trail of the already available first EP which boasted a glittery rework from The Swiss’ Luke Million and a heads-down jam from Monday Club.