Traxsource presents New Music Tuesday (October 8th, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday, October 8th, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection. A hot deep house release from talented Irish producer Deep Future via Large Music. Definately deserves it’s place at the top.




Whats Hot This Week

1. Deep Future – Attraction (Large)

Large Music is honored to welcome to our growing artist team the extraordinarily talented Irish producer known as Deep Future (aka Brian Durkin). Blending his love of synths and melody with deep grooving house, Brian has built a sparkling reputation and fanbase from his acclaimed releases on labels such as Gruuv, Keeno and Noir Music.

Both tracks highlight Brian’s signature sound and his production acumen. Dreamy, ethereal and elegant are words that describe his Large debut perfectly-qualities that Deep Future fans have come to love when layered with his trademark basslines and cracking drums.

To round out the package, we have asked the fantastic new producer Steve Huerta to provide a thumping, peaktime remix of the title track. Steve’s talent is firmly on display in his work here and continues his hot streak borne from his recent outings on Dirt Crew, petFood and Culprit.




2. Yves Murasca, Axel B. – Space Trip (incl. Sick Elektrik, Karol XVII & MB Valence, Ruben Alvarez, Ian Tosel) (Deepalma Records)

Time for Deepalma Release 008 – the full remix package of Yves Murasca and Axel B’s single Space Trip. As some might not know the versions from the last year the label has included these as well in order to serve you all of them together in one big package. On remix duties UK’s finest Sick Elektrik, polish Deep House masters Karol XVII & MB Valence, the very promising greek talent Ian Tosel, spanish top producer and close friend to the label Ruben Alvarez and last but not least Phaze Dee from Greece. The Sick Elektrik vs. Yves Murasca Re-Edit displays a shorter club edit, being re-arranged and cut from the Sick Elektrik Remix and Dub. For all who prefer the longer Sick Elektrik versions these have been included as well.




3. Jonathan Meyer, Billie Jean – Breathe (Incl. Abicah Soul And Dj Vivona Remixes) (Super Soul Music)

FEEDBACK DEEJAY / PRODUCER:

RALF GUM (GOGO Music): Nice Mixes – Favourite Track: Breathe (Abicah Soul Vocal Mix)
MR. V (Sole Channel Music): Diggin The mixes Guys – Favourite Track: Breathe (Main Mix)
DJ GAME (Soul Candi, SA): Loving the main mix – Favourite Track: Breathe (Main Mix)
HECTOR ROMERO: Love the groove – Favourite Track: Breathe (Abicah Soul Vocal Mix)
DJ POPE: nice mix from the man known as Staxx aka Abicah Soul
LOUIS BENEDETTI: Full support. Thanks!!! – Favourite Track: Breathe (Main Mix)
HIPPIE TORRALES: Real nice job on the mix – Favourite Track: Breathe (Abicah Soul Vocal Mix)




4. Various Artists – Broken Keyboard EP (Heist Recordings)




5. K-Klass, Todd Terry – Just Come (Klass Action)




6. Various Artists – OneOffs #3 (OneOffs)

First up we got Swedish producer Jonas Rathsman and ”Yes I Am”, a lush deep house track that’s both heartfelt and sublime. Let it breathe on a large sound system for maximum effect! Ending the a-side is duo Twinpeaks funk-fuelled ride ” Not That Tech House – DJ Tool Dropped By Paris Hilton You Were Searching For”. A track that would fit right into any peak time set, even by Paris Hilton. Want from Pixel82 is a punchy track with it’s scattered synth chords, jerky hats and a thick groove followed by Life Is A Gamble where Jesse Futerman takes us on a soul inspired journey using lot’s of samplesOneOffs volume 3 offers just like the previous volume four new cuts from four different producers. First up we got Swedish producer Jonas Rathsman and ”Yes I Am”, a lush deep house track that’s both heartfelt and sublime. Let it breathe on a large sound system for maximum effect! Ending the a-side is duo Twinpeaks funk-fuelled ride ” Not That Tech House – DJ Tool Dropped By Paris Hilton You Were Searching For”. A track that would fit right into any peak time set, even by Paris Hilton. Want from Pixel82 is a punchy track with it’s scattered synth chords, jerky hats and a thick groove followed by Life Is A Gamble where Jesse Futerman takes us on a soul inspired journey using lot’s of samples in a clever way.




7. Dimitri Max – Be A Freak (Sampled Recordings)

Do you know how to be a freak? Dimitri Max has provided some instructional material to show How. “All you want to do is learn to be a freak. You can’t be a freak, unless you be the freak.




8. Garrett & Ojelay – Ain’t Easy (PornoStar Records)




9. Ash Reynolds – Spend The Night (Vendition Records)

Ash Reynolds debut release with Vendition Records, comes with chopped 90’s R&B stabs, vox and an uplifting disco groove to keep the summer with us that little bit longer…..




10. DJ Fresh, Thabiso, Black Motion, Chymamusique – Life Of Congo (Big Dawg Productions)




11. Pablo Valentino – Friends Say So (Faces Records)

Tidy discofied house EP from the FACES Records boss…. also featuring the talents of Tokyo’s Kez YM… TIP Played and Supported by Motor City Drum Ensemble, Detroit Swindle, Ashley Beedle, Alex from Tokyo, Deetron, Jef K, Mad Mats, Simbad and many more… After his last release “One” on Room With A View (w/ Detroit Swindle remix) and several contributions to labels like MCDE, Endless Flight or together as Creative Swing Alliance on Wolf Music, Tsuba & City Fly – FACES Records & MCDE labels head honcho Pablo Valentino decide to release what he describes as his first full EP!Tidy discofied house EP from the faces boss…. also featuring the talents of Tokyo’s Kez YM… TIP Friends come first, so to speak. We hold the words of those we hold dearly as gospel, and this EP mirrors that feeling. After his last release “One” on Room With A View (w/ Detroit Swindle remix) and several contributions to labels like MCDE, Endless Flight or together as Creative Swing Alliance on Wolf Music, Tsuba & City Fly – FACES Records & MCDE labels head honcho Pablo Valentino decide to release what he describes as his first full EP on his own imprint FACES. “Friends Say So” is a nicely stripped down filter-jam; you don’t need much when all the elements are good like this: a haunting female vocal sample, gritty lo-fi beats, a disco loop. Reminiscent of early Shake or the very first Sneak records, this beauty will definatly set the floor on fire. “What Does It Take” sounds like a straight up Shelter anthem from ’92 that just got unearthed. Heavy on the 909 and Juno keys, its the kind of late night jam that leaves everybody with a smile on their face. On the B-side, “Nuff Thangs” opens up things nicely; lush keys on top of a disco sample set the mood for things to come with “Can’t You See”, a female diva singing her ass off over dirty-as-hell MPC beats and rhodes stabs. You cant go wrong with this package!




12. Wookie, Eliza Doolittle – The Hype (Remixes) (Strictly Rhythm)

Wookie’s latest single The Hype is an infectious, contemporary house anthem featuring the vocals and writing talents of UK songstress Eliza Doolittle.

Already burning up the clubs and the airwaves, The Hype is now complete with a stunning array of remixes.
Wookie himself cranks up the bass and stabs for a retro vibed Wookie Dub and Wookie Vox Dub. S Chu delivers the UK garage flavour whilst newcomers Blue Slims throw down their discerning, deep house grooves. Danny Byrd crafts a raucous yet sublime drum and bass interpretation as only he can and The Wideboys add the main room, peak time punch

As Radio 1 and 1Xtra DJ MistaJam says, “Wookie is so back on form, it’s like he never left. ‘The Hype’ oozes class.”