Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (September 3rd, 2013)
Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday September 3rd, 2013.
We kick of procedings with the #1 selection from Green Velvet via Yousefs label Circus Recordings titled ‘Bigger Than Prince’ featuring Hot Since 82 & The Martinez Brothers on the remix. Definately deserves it’s place at the top.
Whats Hot This Week
1. Green Velvet – Bigger Than Prince (Circus Recordings)
GREEN VELVET makes his Circus Recordings debut with Bigger than Prince, his most talked about track in years…Bigger Than Prince was born out of a conversation between label boss Yousef and Green Velvet when both played the Indonesian leg of the annual Circus Tour. The idea of the Chicago legend contributing a brand new track for the Circus X // part 1 compilation was floated and soon he was joining nine other friends of Circus who were all to feature in celebration of ten years of events. Bigger than Prince is a classic Green Velvet vocal number and sharper and fresher than anything we’ve heard this summer. Quirky and driving, its set to be one of the tracks of the season. To back the Original, Yousef has drafted in more Circus friends on remix duty, HOT SINCE 82 and THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS…
What People Are Saying..
2. Rhemi feat Nicole Mitchell – Let Me Be (Rhemi Music)
Rhemi team up with the super talented Nicole Mitchell from across the pond to deliver what can be described as heartfelt song, produced with love and executed with the dance floor in mind. After Nicole’s travels to London early this year, the Rhemi boys jumped at the chance to work with her for the short time she in the country. The team instantly had a vibe in the studio and out popped ‘Let Me Be’. An amazing song that’s speaks to all of us on many different levels and for all of us that can relate in one way or another. Now onto the 5th release for the label, its seems nothing can stop the quality of music made for this young label.
3. Lee M Kelsall – Cloud 9 Featuring Lana (Dope Wax)
Written and Produced: Lee M Kelsall, Lana Corney
Additional Production & Engineering: Paul Aspin (Vox Studio)
Vocals: Lana SirenRox
Publishing: Copyright Control
4. DJ Simi – I’m In Your House EP (Lapsus Music)
Hey hey Angel’s Of Love resident and great producer DJ Simi is finally back on Lapsus with a new EP! I’m In Your House EP has the typical DJ Simi’s imprint with his groovy and pumping house beat. This time he have add a touch of Old School House flav rap vocals that made it sounding really fresh.
5. Antoine Cortez & Stricted Soul – Budapest Sunset (Mjuzieekal Education Digital)
Antoine Cortez, he definitely is a man of feelgood disco vibes, which he has proved on a lot of occasions over the last years, including some chart topping tracks for us…And there is no exception this time, where he has teamed up with Stricted Soul to creative a smooth summery Disco sampling track, that will keep smiles on lots of people’s faces and have the girls shaking their little asses on the dancefloor, singing along to this! You’ve been warned, this is really infectious and has BOMB written all over it.
Listen, Download, play it out loud! NUFF SAID!
6. Pat Bedeau – The Door of No Return (Quantize Recordings)
Quantize Recordings are pleased to welcome Grenadian born DJ & Producer Pat Bedeau to the label. Pat’s musical background is a melting pot of styles covering Soul, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Reggae & Funk, growing up in the UK, his journey into house music came via his introduction to the infamous rave scene in the late 80s… He never looked back! Now touring all over the world with his soul-tinged sounds, Pat also runs the label Strictly Music & regularly produces alongside DJ Romain under the name ‘Trak Godz’.
The Door of No Return is a real snapshot of Pat’s musical direction – bubbly soulful house music with more than a nod to the US underground. Laced with organ riffs, killer spoken vocal and tightly knitted beats, Pat’s Original & Instrumental kick off the release In true quality. For the remixes, Quantize’s own DJ Spen & Thommy Davis provide 3 different takes keeping all the elements of the original in tact, just adding in some of that Baltimore flavour that fans of the label have come to expect. Already a firm favourite with the Quantize inner circle, it’s now time for YOU to open The Door of No Return.
7. Rachel Row – Follow The Step (Remixes) (Defected)
Released earlier this summer Rachel Row’s beautiful single created a storm both on the White Isle and across the world, and this superb set of remixes look set to further elevate it to anthemic status. First up are Belgium duo FCL with their ‘Gentil Mix’. Being a lover of prominent vocals in their own productions (see ‘More Than Seven and the massive ‘It’s You’ for further details) it’s not surprising to see FCL really focus on Rachel Row’s voice, with a square, bassy hook breaking up ambient synths and Row’s silky vocals with mesmerising results. Next up is Breach, following on from the massive success of his own ‘Jack’ record. His effort is a killer production which contains deep and seductive garage vibes which merge together beautifully. Almost unrecognizable from the original, Breach Hood Remix is the Mr Hyde to Rachel Row’s Dr Jekyll; transformed from a blissful summer anthem to a bassy dance floor monster. The original record’s producer KiNK also returns to bring us his ‘Bass & Beats Mix’, a version which does exactly what it says on the tin by featuring prominent percussive elements that move towards a growing drop that is dominated by both bass and snare.
8. Carl Hanaghan feat Darryl D’Bonneau – Party Right (Discopolis Recordings)
Hot release from Carl Hanaghan with Darryl D’Bonneau on vocals.
9. Scherzo Africa – Rules Of The Jungle EP (The Big R Music Production)
Scherzo Africa is a collaborative Tribal house music produced by Herman Mahlangu and Rodney Mofube from the BiG R Production. They put together personal interest and different skills in the project and therefore worked hard to make the project successful. They had already been producing tremendous club mix releases that hit the dance floor.
Music by Scherzo Africa
10. DJ Fudge & Kiko Navarro – Boogie Thieves EP (Z Records)
It’s been some time since Dj Fudge and Kiko Navarro first worked together on their Ideal EP, which came out on Peppermint Jam. They missed each other so much that Kiko decided to fly to Barcelona where Fudge was living to get back into the studio together. They both had ideas using boogie and disco samples and couldn’t avoid working with them and having lot of fun. The ‘Boogie Thieves’ EP is the result of those long, late nights in the studio working like crazy. Get up, stand up and shake your boogie-booty baby!
11. Various Artists – Deep Into Nite Grooves: DJ Spinna Sampler EP (Nite Grooves)
As King Street’s sisterlabel Nite Grooves gets ready to celebrate 20 Years in 2014, we wanted to tapinto the very essence of its diverse and deep sounds with a respectable comp.For this we needed the compiling candidate whose indisputable musical historyspanned eras, styles and functions. After all, if you only know House Music, you won’t make good House Music. Enter the legendary DJ Spinna, and here, thesampler of 6 tasty tunes from the album to come. Unreleased, brand new tracks thatare just seeing the light of day. Deep House producer “Roland Nights” kicks off the EP with “To The Point,” a thick bass drum, rubber bassline, sweet kicks & and all around groover. These guys are getting all kinds of support from Mark Farina, Miguel Migs and other heavyweights. UK House producers Gussy & Delgado give us “You Say Music,” a deep dope groove that moves along nicely with a particular legend’s hypnotically-sounding spoken interview riding the bounce oh so smoothly. Greece’s premier deep house clan 9west hits us with “Simple Things,” a real heady, synthy, moodynumber expertly produced with pure deep house class. Twisting some acid funkknobs is a cool producer out of Valencia, Spain. Alex Font giving us “The RealThing,” and mixes in all those funky flavors nicely. Dutch deep producer Rancido comes in with light tribal rhythms from dancefloor jungle with his Deep Journey Main Mix of “Sphere,” and we round off the Sampler EP with Spinna’s own Re-Edit of the Kenny Dope Remix of P’taah feat. Tiombe Lockhart’s “Dance Until We Die.” Truly solid.
12. Various Artists – Classic Jams (Poker Flat)
Poker Flat Recordings – surely one of the most essential and influential labels of the past couple of decades, treat us to something a little different – and very, very special. Classic Jams reaches back to the roots, pulling out long lost, forgotten gems – the music that first inspired and invigorated a generation of electronic producers and dancers including Steve Bug. Take a trip into the deep, jacking, acidic house and raw Techno expressions that had a profound impact on the current Poker Flat roster – from the late 80s up until the present.