Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (June 18th, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday June 18th, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection from Z Records with the Audiowhores remix of Joey Negro’s new release ‘I Need Somebody Tonight’. Big bassline pressure & definately deserves it’s place at the top.




Whats Hot This Week

1. Joey Negro ft Thelma Houston – I Need Somebody Tonight (Incl. Audiowhores Remix)

An enduring but somewhat overlooked Joey Negro classic gets a stonking new mix from the Audiowhores. It’s techy, it’s deep, it’s soulful and it will send the kids on the dance floor into spasms of crazyness previously unseen in a nightclub.




2. Effluxion – Blue Room (Sequential Records)

Effluxion re-emerges with another huge release, marking his first release for Sequential Records. Having only broken onto the scene in late 2011 with his debut single, SoulReazon – Jungle book which hit number 1 on the track it down charts in the first 2 days of going on sale. The profile of John Donoghue aka Effluxion has continued to rise considerably through a series of strong releases and remixes. His distinctive brand of cross-pollinated house-garage- has been championed by many of the big names in the industry names such as Kenny Dope masters at Work, Todd Terry, Flashmob DJ’s all singing praise to Effluxion’s sound. His deep toned bass lines skipping jacked up percussion and fabulous vocal flows in this release stand strong in what both his productions and Sequential Records stand for. Awesome remix package to boot with Sequential Artists Loz Goddard and Damien SK providing very different alterations on this stunning release. One for the house heads.




3. Todd Terje – Strandbar (Olsen Records)

Todd Terje is back with another summer shaker in the form of ‘Strandbar’. The Norwegian producer follows up last year’s summer hit ‘Inspector Norse’ with a track that oozes holiday getaway times with its piano-led funky rhythm and lazer synths for a nine-minute disco workout. There’s also samba and bonus mixes.




4. Code Luke – Gotta Get / Reppin’ Dat (Fogbank)




5. Nick Holder – By All Means Underground (DNH)

Produced mixed and arranged Nick Holder
2013 DNH Records




6. Various Artists – Them Crowd Kids (Ibadan)

With uncompromising deliberation Jerome Sydenham’s imprint Ibadan Records forges its way through the overcrowded world of electronic music in search of diamonds. Case in point: Quell with his debut solo album ‘Them Crowd Kids’. This montage of house music is a fitting addition to a label that’s featured some of the world’s most poignant, illustrious and visionary dance music producers, including the likes of Dennis Ferrer, Kerri Chandler, Joe Claussell, Function, Joris Voorn, and Radio Slave to name a few.

Quell, already a dominant force in the underground house music scene, has upped the ante with deliberate focus and acumen. Through his bespoke style of production, avant-garde DJ sets and prodigious thinking Quell has come of age. Quell’s music is an amalgamation of images, sounds and nostalgia that derive from his perception of a universal club sound. Quell’s album, ‘Them Crowd Kids’ is the quintessential poetic expression of his philosophy and a robust contribution to the Ibadan Records experience. Firmly rooted in the house music diaspora Quell’s productions don’t shy away from fellow genres as can be heard on the soon techno classic ‘The Regular’. You could say that Quell’s album is an urban musical Zaibatsu for them crowd kids.




7. Lauer & Canard – Save Your Soul EP (Purple Tracks)

Amazing 2 track floor filler




8. Various Artists – Ibiza 2013 Sampler (Defined Music)

Defined Music presents Ibiza 2013 Sampler Showcasing 10 hottest tracks, Featuring new and exclusive cuts from Ruben Zurita, Digable Funk, Andres Santana, Doneyck, Dani Vars, Javi Lopez, Lui Maldonado and more to complete this summer compilation.




9. Phil Agosta feat La Rae Starr – Lonely (Defected)

The latest from Defected Records, Phil Agosta’s ‘Lonely’ comes accompanied with remixes from the likes of the accomplished minds of Gene Farris and House of Virus. Agosta is no stranger to the industry with over twenty years experience, but even with such an unyielding history he has a glowing future. Praised for his unique style, the Detroit raised producer brings a pinch of techno to his interpretation of house, and ‘Lonely’ is the epitome of what he plans to bring to the table this summer, with powerful vocals from fellow Detroit resident La Rae Starr.

Fellow American house veteran Gene Farris delivers a crisp alternative take on the track providing a softer more tranquil vibe. Farris manages to be successful in blending La Rae Starr’s enchanting vocals with an immersive and deeper production which he unsurprisingly executes with true elegance.
The other mixes come from British based duo House Of Virus, a collaboration between Virus J and Dirty Orkestra, and their infectious adaptation of ‘Lonely’ can be added to an established back catalogue of remixes including the likes of Rui Da Silva and Deep Forest.




10. DJ Mes, Charles Feelgood – Flight School (Guesthouse)

Another top notch DJ Mes and Charles Feelgood collaboration.




11. The True Rebels – Bitter Love EP (Local Talk)

What happens if you ask two up and coming and highly talented UK producers to create a track for Local Talk, then get a hyped house duo from Manchester to remix it? You get the Bitter Love EP from The True Rebels together with a fierce remix from Deep Space Orchestra. Its two very different takes in both tempo and energy. The original version is a battle of piano stabs with a bouncy yet filthy bassline that results in midtempo house burner with a slight techy feel. The Deep Space Orchestra remix takes us straight to Detroit, fusing classic techno sounds together with modern house.What happens if you ask two up and coming and highly talented UK producers to create a track for Local Talk, then get a hyped house duo from Manchester to remix it? You get the Bitter Love EP from The True Rebels together with a fierce remix from Deep Space Orchestra. Its two very different takes in both tempo and energy. The original version is a battle of piano stabs with a bouncy yet filthy bassline that results in midtempo house burner with a slight techy feel. The Deep Space Orchestra remix takes us straight to Detroit, fusing classic techno sounds together with modern house. Basically its simple yet impeccably executed house music, perfect Local Talk material!




12. Pablo Fierro – Serenata (Kings Of Groove)

Pablo Fierro is a musician/producer/artist born and raised in the Canary Islands,Spain. He have a tropical electromagnetic powerful relaxing style. As a team we enjoy creating sets of music from multiple sounds and styles. Currently we are experimenting with Deep House, Tech House, Afro Deep, Hip Hop and Latin Jazz and more to come… Pablo’s productions are included on countless compilations. Fierro’s music has also landed on numerous TV, Cinema, Radio Shows. A musician at heart, Pablo’s professional career started at age 16 as songwriter, for there to producing and singing for plenty of bands. Pablo Fierro has focused his creative energy into experimenting with the production of electronic music. As a producer, realizes a strong connection between his electronic music productions with his live musical background. He writes his own lyrics and plays his own instruments, be it guitar, bass, percussion and keyboard. The result is funky, deep, soulful, bumping house music.