Traxsource Presents New Music Tuesday (September 10th, 2013)
Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday September 10th, 2013.
Whats Hot This Week
1. Samir Maslo – Lets Dance (In My House)
Keeping mirrorballs spinning across the globe, Croatian superstar Samir Maslo prepares to drop another funk-fuelled disco stomper on the world. 2013 is shaping up to be one of the biggest for Samir, with a host of high profile releases & a worldwide demand for him behind the decks, his label ‘In My House’ is quickly becoming one of the most sought after house imprints following a string of successful hits. Let’s Dance is another jam packed disco workout – fans of All My Love & I Like 2 Party should definitely pin back their ears and get involved!
2. Soulful Session, Lynn Lockamy – Hostile Takeover (Remixes) (Tony Records)
Hostile Takeover Starring Lynn Lockamy is part of ‘The Future Divas EP’ previously released on Tony Records. Produced and Arranged by Schooly for Soulful Session Productions.
3. Various Artists – Days of Our Lives (Room with a view)
4. Vincent Kwok – Afrique (Julius Papp Re-Edit) (Transport)
San Francisco’s Transport Recordings presents Julius Papp special re-edit of Vincent Kwok’ s, exotic house music single Afrique. Undoubtedly it’s another surefire dance floor winner for Transport Recordings.
5. Kenny Summit, Bret Wallace, Noa – Sound Clap (Good For You Records)
Oh that sexy, funky, French house sound! Kenny Summit is back at it, this time in the studio with Bret Wallace (Los Angeles) and Noa (New York City). SOUND CLAP is a groovin’ party jam with some exquisite disco sampling peppered in throughout the track. The catchy vocal gives the track some crossover potential but this joint has UNDERGROUND written all over it. Your dancefloor is gonna love Sound Clap!
6. Art Of Tones feat Tanya Michelle – My Love EP (DFTD)
First raising eyebrows in 2005 as a mysterious newcomer on the scene, Art of Tones had everyone second guessing as to who was the man behind this moniker. Having released two EPs on 20:20 Vision that year, followed by his critically acclaimed ‘Praise’ release two years later, it soon became public that this rising player was French producer Ludovic Llorca. Now, having worked closely with the Hamburg imprint Room With A View and continuing to make further hit releases such as ‘The World As I Live It’, the Frenchman makes his arrival on DFTD. ‘My Love’ is another irrefutable demonstration of his production prowess as the Miami Stripped Mix displays Llorca’s ability to utilise Tanya Michelle’s powerful and soulful vocals whilst also adding a flanger to create an atmospheric effect. On the other hand even with Michelle’s vocals absent in the Miami Dub one can nonetheless admire the Frenchman’s knack for delivering a dynamic and energetic track driven by bass-led shoulder popping grooves.
7. Gavin Morley – Shades (Binnacle Recordings)
Keep up to date with releases and news at binnaclerecordings.com
8. Peak Hour Rhythms – Milagro Del Ritmo – Oliver Schmitz & Micah Sherman Remix (Nervous)
9. Bobby Tee, Marc Williams – Sex, Drugs and House Music (Maison Records)
Next up on Maison ,Sex ,Drugs and House Music ! – Bobby Tee (Rob Tissera) and Marc Williams with Dope remix from Hollywood Hills! www.soundcloud.com/maison-records
10. Josh Milan – Honeysweet EP (Vega Records)
11. NY’s Finest – I Can’t Wait Till Tonight (Traxx Underground)
12. Kan Sano – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Razor-N-Tape)
Early support from Gilles Peterson, Roberto Rodriguez, Pete Herbert, Rahaan, Sleazy Beats, OOFT!, Dirtytwo, Sleazy McQueen, Frank Booker, Edit Murphy, Marius Våreid, Sixth Avenue Express, Dave Allison, Get Down Edits, Legendary 1979 Orchestra + More