RHYTHM OPERATOR // NO MORE GAMES

Posted: February 28th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Rhythm Operator is back with a new release on Vicario Musique. The LA producer has had a string of successful releases on labels such as Let’s Play House, Dirt Crew, and Needwant to name a few.

This EP entitled, No More Games leads out with the original, which flows with organ good vibes and ideal for peak time. 3 remixes follow from heavy weights, Urulu, Sebastien Vorhaus & 4004 and a dub version from Casual Encounters. Nice!

Overall, a super release with a variation of tracks to choose from, whatever hour of the day or night! It’s out now and you can grab your copy here.


TOUCH SENSITIVE // SLOWMENTS

Posted: February 28th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Sydney-based producer and Future Classic affiliate Touch Sensitive, aka Van She’s bassist/keyboardist Michael Di Francesco, the man behind the massive “Pizza Guy” single, returns with a lovely freebie for us called “Slowments”.

This is a delicious slow jam which has all Touch Sensitise’s style all over it. He also uses a sample of Art of Noise’s classic track “Moments In Love” for added magic. You can grab it free, below.

He will be working his moves around Australia and America over the next couple of months, as well as the Boiler Room in Melbourne next Friday – if you want to catch the live stream.


CASINO TIMES // WOLF EP23

Posted: February 26th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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The Casino Times boys begin the new year with a full EP on Wolf Music. The London based duo have been going from strength to strength recently with the release of their first Casino edits as well as the big “I Wanna Know” EP on Need Want last year.

The four-track Wolf 23 EP leads out with a absolute monster of a tune entitled “Principles”. Simply massive! This leads into a rich sounding and piano sprinkled “AWD”, which sees the guys apply more restraint with great effect. Things become all the more low slung on the flip side with “High Hopes” and new-comer Damiano von Erckert steps in for remix duty.

Big ups to Casino Times & Wolf Music once again. Top quality stuff right here. Grab your copy on vinyl & digital.


BOILER ROOM // BACK IN AUSTRALIAN

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Boiler Room TV is on its way to Australian shores. Next week they will be showcasing a blend of home-grown and international acts following the format of small, intimate venues. We can’t wait!

The tour kicks off next Monday in Sydney with Chicago legend Derrick Carter headlining an intimate afternoon to evening rooftop party, alongside Sydney’s own house and disco legends Simon Caldwell, DREEMS and Kali. The broadcast stays Sydney-side on Tuesday, taking the stream underground for an all-Australian showcase of bass with Hermitude, Seekae (DJ set), Basenji and Black Vanilla.

Then they join us here in Melbourne town on Thurs 6th & Fri 7th March. On Thursday, Chet Faker, Oscar Key Sung & Andras Fox will be joined by Fantastic Man and Animals Dancing’s Andee Frost, for another afternoon to evening session. Friday night heads to one of Melbourne’s cult basement venues, offering a discerning line-up of house music’s finest, with Recloose (NZ) roping in Future Classic synth freak Touch Sensitive, DJ duo Otologic, and Melbourne’s own Sleep D.

Things will finish up in Perthwith an all locals affair, with Sable, Hugo Gerani, Savoir, Senate and Catlips all ‘flocking’ to one of Perth’s many beautiful locations to show off Western Australia’s perfect climate and burgeoning electronic scene.

We will be attending the Melbourne gigs and keeping up to speed on the tour as it happens, so keep an eye out on our Facebook & Twitter for updates. And of course check out Boiler Room Australia for all the latest. Here is a set from Derrick Carter when he last played Boiler Room to get you in the groove. Boom!

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ANDRE CROM, CHI THANH & KEVIN KNAPP // WHILE YOU STAND

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

8878984 2Half a decade together. OFF Recordings has proudly reached the 5 year birthday mark. One of the tracks on the complication is a unique collaboration of Chi Thanh, Kevin Knapp & Andre Crom. The track entitled ‘While You Stand’ has an incredibly funky bassline which walks all over interesting percussion sequences.  The track, which includes Green Velvet-esque vocals with a modern twist, is a minimalistic piece of genius which is destined to be responsible for rocking dance floors in the coming months. It’s out now, grab your copy here.


MY DIGITAL ENEMY // SHARMEN

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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My Digital Enemy has released a new single entitled Shamen which is guaranteed to be an absolute banger in clubs throughout the world.  It’s deep, raw and irresistibly groovy.  The track has many different levels to it, such as the uplifting synth journey slowly taking the listener to an explosive drop. It’s out now, grab your copy here.


REDLIGHT // 36 (FEAT LOTTI)

Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Redlight’s ability to create killer tracks seems to be never-ending.  The inclusion of Lotti’s unique, dreamy vocals provides this tune with an up-beat, almost 80’s feel, to decorate a minimalistic yet extremely catchy bass underlay. Released 10th March on Polydor. Get involved!


PLASTIC PLATES // STAY IN LOVE (FEAT. SAM SPARRO)

Posted: February 20th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: music | No Comments »

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Australia’s ex-pat Plastic Plates, has been serving the nu-disco kingdom for quite a while now. Stay in Love is a combination of old a new tricks. It uses trending high pitched vocals balanced by the smooth smooth voice of fellow Australian singer Sam Sparro. The chorus of this track is its strongest part, having a slick bass-line, relaxing synthesizers and a solid groove, makes you want to be really enjoying that Australian sunset.


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