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’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!
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.
This is that kind of house cut that you just get engulfed in. This track is all about Russ Chimes, it has that festive feel to it that you can’t say no to. The remix develops enough to listen to the whole track throughout never wanting to skip a beat. Premiered on Vice’s THUMP and releasing on the 7th of April on Columbia Records, what’s not to be happy about?
Miami Dubs is the first release from brand spanking new label Hedonism Music featuring tracks and remixes from our favourite artists Ben Pearce, Andre Crom, Simion, Kolombo and Oliver $. The Simion Dub of Ben Pearce’s unforgettable track What I Might Do is a fresh adaption, and as usual Kolombo delivers warm house vibes that will make you feel like summer is in full swing. Get’s the official release on 7th March.
Editor’s Kutz is back with a killer four-tracker, this time focusing on chillin’ disco vibes. Sea viewing with relaxing and nostalgic mood is the theme in this 300 copy, limited press sea-blue vinyl.
The B side tracks are the ones for us here with VinylAddicted producing a balearic rework on a rare track from the late 70s. Followed by Disco Tech, an indulging Cool Breeze coming with a Baltic Sea rework. If you’re a vinyl head, then go grab this one here.
Anyone for some pure, unadulterated nu-disco on Valentine’s? Don’t mind if I do! Bag Raiders are a disco & house duo formed in 2006 in Sydney, consisting of DJs Chris Stracey and Jack Glass. The duo are signed to the Modular label and have a host of their own remixes and original tracks. Give this mix a spin. Love & kisses. Team Givafizz.
Tracklist for the lovers:
Chet Baker – My Funny Valentine
Daft punk – something about us
Preatures – is this how u feel (classixx remix)
Touch Sensitive – show me
Hayden James – permission to love
Cyril Hahn + javeon – breaking
L’equipe du son – lesson 1 (legendary 1979 orchestra remix)
Ornette – crazy (blackjoy remix)
Hot Toddy – down to love
Telepopmusik – Breathe
Perseus – shadow of the beast
Knightlife – waterfall
Toro y moi – rose quartz
Vangelis – love theme
Connan Mockasin – I’m the man that will find you
Linstrom & christobelle – high & low
After a successful launch with tracks from Citizen and Ejeca, Loft Records returns with its second single this March, entitled ‘Ghana’ by Dorsia, and backed with reworks from HNNY, Jay Shepheard and Roberto Rodriguez. Dorsia is the collaborative guise of British duo Adam Reid and Andy Watson, both artists have been producing individually for quite some time, but have now joined forces and are set to release their debut single via Loft Records here.
The original mix of ‘Ghana’ is a low-slung house number which stands out by itself. Add in the magic of HNNY, Jay Shepheard and Roberto Rodriguez and you’ve got one hell of a release from the Loft boys. Quality, not quantity as they say. Nice!