Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (August 6th, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday, August 6th, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection with a cool deep, stabby house gem from Disco Kid via NuPanda Records. Definately deserves it’s place at the top.




Whats Hot This Week

1. Disco Kid – Let It Go EP (NuPanda Records)

Disco Kid is back with a awesome slab of a Tuff house and garage influenced Ep, After hitting the #1 and sitting in the top 100 for over 4 months with Deeper Love, Disco Kid has been busy in the studio collaborating with lots of artists and working on some exciting projects. Disco Kids mix is a tough garage vibe with stabby chords, catchy vocal hooks and snappy drums bringing a wicked groove to the Ep with early plays on B.Traits Radio 1 show and Rinse Fm. Birmingham based producer Burkie’s remix is also on the same garage influence with its swinging drum patterns and classic 90’s sounding stabs and has been doing the rounds down Birmingham and across the globe the past few months. Ryan Barton on remix duties with the 3rd track bringing a more house, electro approach to the Ep with its epic and euphoric breakdowns perfect for any sunset partys.




2. Louie Vega starring Sara Devine (Groove Odyssey)

Taken From The Groove Odyssey Sessions Volume ! Album.
Louie Vega starring Sara Devine.
Published by Luis F. Vega (Nicoanane, BMI) Sara Devine (Say-Say Music, BMI) Efrain Davila (Hookdaddy Music, BMI) Produced by Louie Vega. Lead vocal and backgrounds by Sara Devine.
Mix & recording engineer Yas Inoue Keyboards Efrain Davila Live bass Gene Perez Electric guitar Mike Ciro
Recorded & mixed at Daddy’s Workshop, NJ. Mastering engineer Carlos Alvarez Mastered at Miami Hit Masters Studio, Florida. License courtesy of Vega Records www.vegarecords.net




3. Joey Chicago – Remember The Way (Fogbank)




4. Grant Nalder – Sunshine (Freeze Dried)

Written by G. Nalder
Produced by Grant Nalder




5. Pablo Fierro – Manteca (Muzik 4 Tomorrow)

Pablo Fierro
Manteca
Originally Produced by Pablo Fierro
Mr. V Saturday Night Fever Reprise & Underground Mix Produced, Written, Arranged Mixed & Mastered by Mr. V.
Fontastic Sounds (ASCAP)
Executive Producer: Mr. V




6. West Coast Spice – Injoye (Oliver Schmitz & Micah Sherman Remix) (Nervous)




7. Recommended By Friends, Vince John – Enter Your Heart (Blockhead)

Recommended By Friends & Vince John recently came to us with “Enter Your Heart” and we knew that we had to sign it. The original mix is a slightly dirty, deep-tech house beat with some of that nu-disco flair. RBF is not new to the scene but rather a tried a true musician that has invented a new moniker for his newly found sound. He has collaborated with all of the best producers in the past including 16 Bit Lolitas & Sander Kleinenberg to name but a few but all you need to know about him is that he is a boss when it comes to making music. We have enlisted Vanilla Ace on the remix duty who is coming hot off the heels of his Musicology ep on Off Recordings. Vanilla is no stranger to Blockhead and his remix of Enter Your Heart is an absolute stunner. This remix is somewhere in between the deep house and nu-disco sound that is sweeping through the underground. Not to be missed and hot, hot, hot!!




8. Vidaloca & Piem – Self Organic (Stereo Cool)




9. Rampa feat S.Y.F. – Where Did I Go Wrong (Defected)

It has now become common knowledge that Rampa has built a reputation as someone who puts out quality vocal house tracks, and what better way to reinforce that by teaming up with SYF from Azari & III. The German’s release features two fresh tracks, the Original Mix and his Ramp Club Mix. The original initiates with Starving Yet Full’s instantly recognizable voice before building up into a cool drop where we witness this Berlin based producer’s production prowess with his ability to develop a serious groove with subtle bursts of bass and prominent hi-hats. The Ramp Club Mix takes on a different vibe as the track bursts into life instantaneously with a far more lively and percussive introduction. A groovy bassline is later introduced and then hot on the heels are SYF’s funky vocals that will no doubt inject life into any party.




10. Osunlade – Camera Shy Remixes (Yoruba)

Yoruba Records presents four stunning and varied remixes of Osunlade’s mesmerising ‘Camera Shy’, taken from his recent album “A Man With No Past Originating The Future” Multi-instrumentalist Osunlade’s original version is a heady electronic track laced with soaring operatic vocals and layer upon layer of woody percussion. Osunlade’s own vocal also features and it is impossible to escape the signature Yoruba funk rooted in the Minneapolis sound. Here Yoruba’s selection of remixes take things in an altogether more club orientated direction by way of Detroit, Naples, New Jersey and Berlin. Andres’ stripped down affair delivers a heavy kick offset with the Detroit native’s signature cut up strings and a funky walking bass. Alex & Chris layer percussive elements over a rich backdrop of vibes and naturalistic atmosphere to create a sumptuous and lush rework perfectly at home on the label. Justin Imperiale’s remix is equally at home on Yoruba, focusing on powerful syncopated rhythms and swelling synth stabs to create a big, immersive remix packed with fuzzy emotions. Berlin based Oskar Offermann finishes off proceedings with his stunningly hard-edged remix focused intently on the dance floor. The original melody line sits perfectly on a bed of subtle, dark strings and stabs of electronic noise to create those ghostly dance floor moments




11. DJ Le Roi – I Wanna Go (A Lister & Cera Alba Remixes) (Muak Music)

Quality Remix EP of DJ Le Roi – I Wanna Go on MUAK Music.
Remixes courtesy of A Lister & Cera Alba!!




12. Kenny Summit – The Dirty Lowdown (Good For You Records)

A true soul classic brought to life for the dancefloor. Kenny Summit puts a tasteful underground spin on one of the most ‘feel good’ records of all time. It’s tough to rework a masterpiece while at the same time being original and still maintaining a sense of respect for the classic material. Kenny shows you how its done. Already in rotation by legends like Eric Kupper and Scott Wozniak, THE DIRTY LOWDOWN can turn any crowd into a frenzy of love. Enjoy