Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (March 18th, 2014)

We kick off the proceedings with the #1 selection. Akabu & Alex Mills get slammin remix page from the Kolombo, Giom & Rhemi. Definitely deserves it’s place at the top.




Whats Hot This Week

1. Akabu feat Alex Mills – Everybody Wants Something (Kolombo, Rhemi & Giom Remixes) (Z Recs)




2. Luke Solomon – Lost Channels (Local Talk)

Lost Channels, a 130 bpm piano driven and punk-dubby New York inspired house track comes in two versions. The Raw & Stripped Version is exactly what the name says, sharp snares & hihats, piano chords, a driving rhythm with percussions sprinkled on top. The Live Piano Version is actually the original version and is peppered with more of everything. Bubbly FXs, more of that staccato piano and of course that muscular bassline. For remix duties it’s the return of an old Local Talk friend, Wil Maddams. It seems like Wil has spent some time in Detroit since last time.When Luke Solomon got in touch and said he wanted to work with Local Talk we felt both honored and happy, especially since we’ve been fans for a long time and Mats actually booked him to his Raw Fusion club in the late 90s. He’s been around long enough to be considered a legend within the scene. We couldn’t agree more. Lost Channels, a 130 bpm piano driven and punk-dubby New York inspired house track comes in two versions. The Raw & Stripped Version is exactly what the name says, sharp snares & hihats, piano chords, a driving rhythm with percussions sprinkled on top. The Live Piano Version is actually the original version and is peppered with more of everything. Bubbly FXs, more of that staccato piano and of course that muscular bassline. For remix duties it’s the return of an old Local Talk friend, Wil Maddams. It seems like Wil has spent some time in Detroit since last time. This remix sounds like something that would come straight of the D, a clever drum programming holds ties this track together with it’s deep pads and bubbling bassline. It’s a retro (but fresh) techno jam for 2014.




3. Old Skool Rulaz – Pure House Music EP (Ocean Trax)




4. Terry Hunter, Jay Adams – We Are One Remixes Vol. 1 (T’s Box)




5. Soledrifter – No Holding Back (Salted Music)




6. Carl Hanaghan – You (Beatdown)




7. Luka, Alison Crockett – Love Glow (We Go Deep)

It’s always an honour to work and learn from a class vocalist and producers. This package has been a year in the making and well worth the time everyone put in. More than anything being able to do what you love and make new connections through it. All the edits glow with love indeed.

A huge thank you to Alison Crockett for the effort and guidance, as well as Peter ‘Opolopo’ Major and Zoltan ‘From P60’ Nagy for the wonderful remixes and insights.




8. Various Artists – Fly In A Jam Miami 2014 (Fly In A Jam Records)

It’s that time of the year again.Fly In A Jam Miami 2014 is our essential tracklist for this year s WMC . Sun ,sand and house music!




9. Kaa San – Better Take Me EP (Mjuzieekal Education Digital)

And yet another bomb of an E.P. by Kaa San for our label! This guy seems not being able to do wrong at teh moment as his releases and success perfectly proves…

As his 2 previous E.P.s for us, again you can find 2 perfectly produced tracks here, though this time, Kaa San takes thing into a different direction with his track TAKE ME, getting all funky and disco, while BETTER THEN ME is “classic” KAA SAN, funky, techy, deep, oldkool…

No matter which track you choose, this is some serious dancefloor business and should be essential for your boxes and floors!




10. Nick Monaco – Sample Your Soul (Louie Vega Remix) (Vega Records)




11. Nteeze & Andy – The Melody (Deeper Shades Recordings)

Deeper Shades fans have been waiting for almost two years for the release of this deep & jazzy tune by South African producers Nteeze & Andy since label head Lars Behrenroth has played this tune exclusively across the globe, in clubs and on many radio shows.




12. Various Artists – This Is Nirvana 2014 (Nirvana Recordings)

This years long awaited ‘This Is Nirvana’ compilation, compiled by Nirvana CEO himself Rob Mirage, is all set to go boasting twelve outstanding original tracks. With several artists from Nirvana’s family roster gracing the track listing along side some industry greats and notable up and comers, this years compilation is sure to deliver what we come to expect of its massive brand.

This yearly series has proven itself year after year championing countless high charting tracks, numerous Top 10 holders and even a #1 on its resume. This year%u2019s compilation will be no exception to these high standards. With Nirvana’s usual, massive influx of industry support, this release is sure to make a huge statement and place itself among the best at this years Winter Music Conference.