Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (July 2nd, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday July 2nd, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection from Ron Allen & Affrica via Strobe.
This features slammin Steve Bug remixes & definately deserves it’s place at the top.

Whats Hot This Week

1. Ron Allen feat Affrica – Wordz (Incl. Steve Bug Remix) (Strobe)

Legendary producer/DJ and founder of Poker Flat Recordings (Germany) Steve Bug adds his incredible deep house remix of Ron Allen’s release of “Wordz” featuring spoken word/poet Affrica who lends her heartfelt lyrics to this deep and soulful rhythmic track.

2. Art Of Tones – Elephants and Flies (Lazy Days Recordings)

3. Klement Bonelli & Rocco – It’s Time (Krome Records)

“It’s Time” is directly inspired from Rocco & Klement ‘s very first B2B and energetic Dj set in Lyon at the Club 69 Party alongside Agoria, Gesaffelstein, Kosme and many other local Dj’s. “We had a lot of fun that time, the crowd was so Hot, dynamic & enthusiastic that right after the party we decided it was “TIME” to collab’ again”%u2026 This is Indeed their second collaboration; they released back in 2008 the deep tech track “Les Celestins” for Back to Fundamentals. With it’s big room atmosphere, “It’s Time” is the perfect follow up to Rocco’s recent smashing hit “TBT3”.

4. Lem Springsteen – Find You (Urban Lounge Music)

Two House cuts off Lem Springsteen’s forthcoming LP.
written & produced by: Lem Springsteen for UrbanloungeMusic.

5. Leftwing & Kody – Deep In (Anjunadeep)

6. Sonic Future – Sexy Dancer (294 Records)

This time 294 Records brings the very best of house music. Sonic Future is formed by the talents of producer Cesar Funck and vj Leo Schenkel. Their releases range from tech house, funky, disco house, to the more poetic atmospheres of deep house. They have released in such labels as Hotfingers, Maktub Music, Do Santos Music and Baobab recordings receiving evident support from the likes ofLogiztik Sounds, Cid Inc, Solomun, Kosmas, Luke Porter, Fabian Argomedo, Chris fortier, Eelke Kleijn, Darin Epsilon, Gabriel Rocha aka DJ PP and more. Sonic Future. Remember this name! The EP is completed by 2 amazing remixes from Mike Newman & Antoine Cortez and Rescue

7. Miguel Migs feat Lisa Shaw – Heartbeat (Defected)

California’s foremost soulful house producer Miguel Migs teams up with renowned singer and long term collaborator Lisa Shaw on his latest cut for Defected Records. The original version is everything you’d expecting from a Migs’ production, all sultrily evocative vocals, shimmering pads and warm synth lines, whilst his Migs Deep Salted Dub version twists the vocal and adds a few darker motifs for a deeper house excursion. Completing the package DJ Le Roi delivers a tense, proggy version that expertly compliments the luscious vocals with some subtly techy twists of his own, whilst Prince Club goes straight for the dancefloor jugular with a bassline focused offering.

8. Nathan Barato & Argy & DJ Duke – These Days Summer Soundsystem (These Days)

9. James Dexter – True (Lost My Dog)

Six months after his Lost My Dog debut with ‘System Check EP’, James Dexter is back again with another four-tracker in the shape of ‘True’. In the last half year Dex has continued the success he found in 2012 with new releases and remixes out on Large, Nitegrooves Solid Ground. The tracks on True show Dex in typically fine deep form, where garage-influenced percussion rides over bottomless subs and tees up vintage chord stabs.

10. Gmbos – Forever Begins (DNH)

Produced Mixed and Arranged by Gmbos
Produced Mixed and Arranged by Gmbos& Master Twala

11. Sunshine – Heartbreaker (incl. Sonny Fodera Mix) (Onelove)

Australian DJ tastemaker Sunshine (known for her iconic deep, gospel and house infused residencies at Melbourne’s infamous weekend recovery club Revolver & inner city Poof Doof & Survivor nights) makes a standout original debut on her track “Heartbreaker”. We could talk for days about what a sublime ass-shaker this track is, how on repeated listens “Heartbreaker” will have you pointing at the speakers, hugging your cat, making aeroplane wing arms as you run onto the dance-floor, like its your first time in the club, like it’s a closing party in Ibiza.. but we don’t need to. On first listen you’ll know this is an instant future gospel anthem that combines the uncompromising power of a burning-hot house groove with a simply unforgettable soul filled vocal. We don’t need to tell you that with the promise of ridiculously good remixes coming from Yolanda Be Cool, Sonny Fodera, Silversix, Benson & Mike Metro “Heartbreaker” is already earning itself maximum vibe points with dance-floor opinion leaders everywhere!

12. Supernova, Dosem – The Nasty Way (Lapsus Music)

Hot on the heels of their recent ‘Acidays EP’ Italian house duo Supernova are making an assertive return to their own Lapsus Music imprint. Teaming up with revered Spanish producer Dosem on the new collaborative single, ‘The Nasty Way’ is due for release on 24th June. The new single neatly follows previous production ‘The Good Way’, aptly drawing on a darker, more stripped back sound while retaining the rolling dance floor groove that drove the aforementioned track. Building a fluid rhythmic shuffle around the track’s tight 4×4 backbone, the track evolves around the minimal metallic riff that hypnotically morphs across it. Deftly building energy, this nuanced interplay of melody and percussion creates a light-footed skip that is both precise and incisive. Showcasing their undeniable dance floor nous while blending their sounds effortlessly, ‘The Nasty Way’ is a perfectly sculpted and potent production, sure to be a mainstay in the record bags of discerning DJs over the summer.