Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (June 4th, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday June 4th, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection from Subliminal Records with Harry Romero’s & Erick Morillo’s new release ‘Bang’. Proper club banger & definately deserves it’s place at the top.

Whats Hot This Week

1. Harry Romero & Erick Morillo – Bang (Subliminal Records)

Purely Subliminal! Harry Romero & Erick Morillo drop this slick piece of edgy, funkiness for an all out dance floor assault. Twisted bass, snare and high-hats undoubtedly provide some serious muscle. ‘BANG’ is proper club business. Don’t sleep on this!

2. LTS – Real Love (Luvbug)

Fresh from a capacity crowd label showcase at London’s Rhythm Factory Luvbug is thrilled to distill a little momentous measure of this encompassing 4am London house vibe in the form of a suprise new LTS release. After a lightning fast Traxsource Top 10 debut at the end of last year, LTS jump back to Luvbug bringin forward some ‘Real Love’ to get down to here with Nathan G turning up the heat of the emotion on the production front – in turn sending the cut into some explosive nu deep garage house territory.

3. Fanatix ft Sara Devine & Sterling Ensemble – Call On Me (Incl. DJ Spen Mix) (Rhemi Music)

Rhemi are proud to announce its first release on their brand new imprint Rhemi Music!

Kicking off the label, we give you fresh mixes of the classic Fanatix record “Call On Me” Which originally featured on the Fanatix album “This Thing Of Ours” with vocals from the talented Sara Devine and whimsical keyboard playing by Sterling Ensemble.

Bringing the record right back into the forefront, the Rhemi boys(Neil Pierce & Ziggy Funk) who both have enjoyed individual success, but now have teamed up. Bring to you a main mix, which is suitably tailored for the summer months,and a club mix worth thumping through the speakers at night, and not forgetting a raw deep dub for those late night moments .Alongside Rhemi’s remixes we are pleased to bring you fresh interpretations by DJ Spen, Gary Hudgins & Thommy Davis who deliver a hip shaking disco mix which sure to get the crowd going. And last but by no means least, one half of the Fanatix production duo Aaron Ross who appears under his Rossta guise and brings us an infectious deep acid dub that cleverly utilizes vocal.

4. Diavlo – Urban Breeze EP (Nirvana Recordings)

Nirvana’s next release, the ‘CUrban Breeze EP’, comes from fast rising star, Diavlo. Reigning from the UK, he has been killing the scene with every single production lately and it seems there is no stopping him. From his chart topping EP with flat mate, Ant Brooks on Material, which has just been smashing charts everywhere, to his numerous hits on labels such as Toolroom, Alimbar, Smiley Fingers, Great Stuff and many more. He is definitely on fire and burning strong.

We at Nirvana have had our eyes on him for a while now and when he dropped us this three track EP, we knew it was time. This EP surely struts his stuff and shows the scene that he is not going anywhere. Nirvana welcomes his talents and we assure you that this is not the last we will see of him.

5. Hardsoul &Sergio Flores feat Mavis Acquah – Communication Breakdown (Hardsoul Pressings)

Hardsoul & Sergio Flores Feat Mavis Acquah- Communication Breakdown

Hot on the heels of their soulful smash “Song for Unity”, the Hardsoul bros return with another great vocal driven cut lifted of their forthcoming album. The vocals were written and arranged by the extremely talented Sergio Flores and Mavis Acquah does a great job delivering them with great emotion.

Apart from the Extended Original mix there are remixes by A lister, Mavgoose & Quin and a new collaboration between Youri Alexander & Greg van Bueren called New Damn Swing.

6. Phaze Dee – Good Luvin EP (Charmed Life Music)

Based in Greece, Phaze Dee has been producing his trademark grooves for nearly a decade on labels such as Solid Ground, City Life, Play This and many more. We are thrilled to present his Charmed Life debut and feature three stellar tracks that blend Deep and Soulful House perfectly. This is the Bizness!

7. Guti – Hope EP (DFTD)

First up on Defected Record’s new breakout imprint DFTD is the Hope EP from Guti, a stunning Balearic cut from the Argentinean artist who has previously released his outstanding material on heavyweight labels like Cadenza, Desolat, Crosstown Rebels, Supplement Facts and more. The title track ‘Hope’ has been created with the White Isle in mind, featuring a warm bottom end and the intoxicating use of the vocal from Jason Hates Jazz’s ‘Pray For Love’. This much lauded track has been a staple of Guti’s sets for some time now and is finally seeing a fitting summer release. Also on the EP is ‘La Casa’, a track co-produced with Fosky. The bass and kick work effortlessly together, and the piano hook layered on top is quintessentially Guti. Last up is ‘Funkapella’, a record that Pete Tong has been championing heavily on his Radio One show. This is the peak time moment on the EP and features a filtered down vocal and a seriously heavy low end groove.

8. Le Babar – Hope EP (294 Records)

Le Babar is one of Belgium’s leading underground house music producers of today. His name is derived from the famous French King Elephant cartoon, and like his title, he is most definitely one of the new Kings of underground house music. He has already been featured on 294 Records with one remix and one single, but now he delivers the perfect heat for the summer. This EP is pure funky, disco and groove. Another bomb from Le Babar

9. Sebb Aston – Ordinary Things EP (NuPanda Records)

Red hot EP from Sebb Aston.
Distributed by TLM Distribution.

10. Elements Of Life ft Josh Milan – Children Of The World (Masters At Work Remixes) (Vega Records)

Vega and Gonzalez return to the studio and unleash a fresh arsenal for the next generation of House, starting with exclusive Masters At Work Remixes for Children of the World, the first release on Fania Records/Vega Records from the new album Elements of Life: Eclipse. The magic between these virtuosos remains intact during the creative process on the Master At Work Dub, Remix and Soulfrito versions, each trailblazing in its own right with a strong club big dance floor dub style, powerful beats & Latin Soul influence, more than enough booming bass to fill a room and that something extra to satisfy the eclectic crowds.

11. KPD – Life Stone (Mjuzieekal Education Digital)

We’ve been waiting to release for a while now, as it’s the perfect summer track! Signed months ago in the cold time of the year it was burning under our nails to get this out with you and see that one fly.
Now, with the weather getting warmer, Ibiza Openings all over the place and basically everyone looking forward to their summer holidays it was about time to get it out and onto the floors! “Life Stone” is an awesome accoustic guitar and percussion driven monster of a summer house track, that should have them all out their dancing their little arses off, feeling the summer all over their body! So much more to come KPD for sure soon, as this guy rocks! Not much more to be said, except the usual: LISTEN, DONWLOAD and PLAY IT OUT LOUD in the clubs and your radio shows!

12. Flapjackers – Proclamation EP (Coyote Cuts Recordings)