Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (June 10th, 2014)

We kick off the proceedings with the #1 selection from Detroit Swindle & Dirt Crew. A full release taken from their Boxed Out Album including some ope Kerri Chandler Mixes. Definitely deserves it’s place at the top.




Whats Hot This Week

1. Detroit Swindle feat. Mayer Hawthorne – 64 Ways (Dirt Crew Recordings)

Following the great success of Detroit Swindle’s “Boxed Out” Album we present you the second single take out. Their collaboration with Mayer Hawthorne on “64 Ways” already gained massive support from DJ’s and radio stations around the globe in the past weeks and we’re proud to present you this remix pack with none other than Kerri Chandler, Kraak & Smaak and Detroit Swindle’s remix of Detroit Swindle (Inception anyone?).

It’s an honor to have one of the godfathers of House: Kerri Chandler on remix duties. He has been a great supporter of the guys over the past years, often showing off his piano skill over “Guess What” and generally supporting a lot of The Swindlers tunes. He turned the original version of “64 Ways” in a true Kerri “Kaoz” Chandler tune with the use of his trademark key progressions and drums. Don’t miss out on the instrumental if vocals aren’t really your thing.

The second remix is done by the guys themselves and oh boy what a monster tune it is! Stripped down to just a few basics from the original, adding a lovely filtered key loop, they made a deep dance floor burner in true Swindle style: “swing, drop, and everything else”.

As a final to this fine remix pack we asked fellow Dutch house heads Kraak & Smaak to return the favor on the remix tip after Detroit Swindle remixed their track “The future is yours” with Ben Westbeech. They came up with a full on Disco House stomper, with a bass line that will stick with you for the rest of the day and an irresistible disco feel.

Have fun dancing to these great cuts! we for sure can’t sit still :)




2. Dropouts – Dropped Out (Intent Recordings)

Gene Siewing – the St Louis DJ and producer now making serious waves in Berlin – kicks off the first release on his new label in fine style. Intent Recordings looks set to be a buy-on-sight operation, prizing quality over quantity, and on a mission to provide music aimed firmly at the dance-floor, whatever the genre. As such, it’s the perfect outlet for Gene’s own productions – a conduit for the grooving, funk ‘ n’ disco infused house sound that he is fast becoming known for.

Intent 01 introduces us to the mouthwatering new Dropouts project- a collaboration between Gene and man-of-the-moment Max Graef – the young Berliner on everyone’s radar after a string of exceptional releases. The streak continues on the Dropped Out EP – Gene and Max clearly had fun in the studio, riffing on their shared love of deep, grooving house music.

Cool-Track 42 sets out the tone – lush chords, a bouncy bassline, and crisp, rolling drums, offset perfectly with Gene’s occasional vocals and Max’s innate sense of dancefloor know-how. A true deep burner that will stay rooted in the bag for a long time.

The AA track is equally impressive – a mid tempo (108BPM) chugger that highlights Dropouts’ true essence – a love for music with integrity and soul. A sweet vocal sample combines with Detroit-deep chords, firing percussion and a massive bassline. Raw and funky, soulful and uplifting, this is house music with intent.

Early support and play from Ed Davenport (Counterchange), Siriusmo ( Monkeytown) & Jan Driver (Grand Petrol)




3. Dave Mayer – Someday EP (Bobbin Head Music)

We’re stoked to have a solo EP from the always in form Dutch producer Dave Mayer. Best known for his chart topping EP’s and remixes on labels like Strictly Rhythm, Salted, Soulfuric and OM.

Dave has forged 2 club cuts for us, ‘Someday’ and ‘Get Down’ which both offer dope vocal hooks, hypnotic chord riffs, and deep rolling basslines. Underground by nature but accessible to anyone, these tracks are ready to get the dance floor moving.

Rounding out the EP, label boss Husky offers up a slice of disco infused boogie to make this one tasty and diverse release.




4. The Company – Superstar (Reel People Music)

THE COMPANY officially unleash summertime with their debut REEL PEOPLE MUSIC release, SUPERSTAR. Full of Soul and with a nod of the head to some classic 90s R&B, SUPERSTAR is set for some heavy rotation over the coming sun drenched weeks. THE COMPANY comprises 4 very talented musical individuals; ROCSTARR, REID, KAY and founder member BABY BROOKS. As always we present some very special remixes with label bosses REEL PEOPLE and also a warm welcome to Italian Soulful House maestro, MARK DI MEO.




5. Bobby Blanco, Miki Moto – 3am Supernova 10 Years Later Mix (Lapsus Music)

We are really proud to release the remix of one of our fav House Anthem in the form of “3am”. Originally released by Defected Records in 2004 this gem of classic house from Bobby Blanco & Miki Moto has been now remixed and refreshed by label’s owners Supernova exactly after 10 years. The italian duo worked out a “new school” house funk infused hot mix that bring the original sample in the sound of today.
Summer is here!




6. DJ Fudge – Don’t Leave Me Now (Nu Jax Music)




7. Ane Brun – To Let Myself Go (Remixes) (Objektivity)

This month sees Dennis Ferrer’s Objektivity imprint releasing a stellar new two-tracker, in the form of remixes of Ane Brun’s ‘To Let Myself Go’ from Dennis Ferrer and Andre Hommen.

This well-crafted EP showcases a tug of war between ethereal and electronic. With Dennis Ferrer providing a measured pace and Andre a driving bassline, the world-acclaimed Ane’s soul-drenched vocals ring out across this EP, forging a unique sonic landscape.




8. DJ Spen – Stranger (unquantize)

Unquantize proudly presents DJ Spen’s first release from his upcoming LP “Stranger” This single has already caused a buzz from WMC 2014, so we anxiously wanted to get this out to you. The track is a house banger that has DJ Spen in the front with vocals that are magical. You will love the energetic, retro feel of the original as well as the additional mixes provided in the package. The original thumps with a southern house/blues swing that even includes Swamp Dog on the Harmonica. It paces with nonstop energy to peak your dance floors. Also included are rocking remixes from Todd Terry. There is only one Todd and he took the track to a new level and added his classic production skills making his vocal & dub mixes rock like only Todd can! You also get a remix from Damond Ramsey. He just has been on fire lately as a Quantize Producer/Remixer and he put fire to this remix as well. Then you have the Todd, Spen & Thommy Mix that adds something even more special to this packages. Gonna be a hard one to choose a favorite…play them all! Get familiar with “Stranger” watch your floors bounce with the energy!




9. Alex Fioretti – Big World (ATFC Music)

Alex Fioretti was born in Turin, Italy on 2nd October 1988, dj, producer and member of Airplane! Records, the legendary house label managed by Mauro Ferrucci, Tommy Vee and Keller.

Driven by his passion for music he started to spin on his bedroom at age of 14. He was influenced by djs like Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Dave Lee and labels like Azuli, Defected, Airplane and Subliminal.




10. Evren Ulusoy – Lost Souls (i! Records)




11. Mr. V – Jus Dance (10 Year Anniversary Remixes) (Muzik 4 Tomorrow)




12. Doug Willis, Joey Negro – Doug Mess On The Dancefloor EP (Z Records)

All tracks produced by Dave Lee for Z Productions.
Keys on Crystal Lover and Doug Ya Wanna Boogie – Michele
Chiavarini.
Keys on My Brother Bruce – Pete Z.
Guitar on Crystal Lover – Tim Camsfield.
Trumpet on Crystal Lover – Graham Flowers.
Mixdown Engineer on Crystal Lover and Doug Ya Wanna Boogie – Toni
Economides.
Mixdown Engineer on My Brother Bruce – Matthew Bandy.