Traxsource presents New Music Tuesday (October 29th, 2013)

Traxsource presents The 12 hottest releases of the week, right here with New Music Tuesday October 29th, 2013.

We kick of procedings with the #1 selection. A quality deep collection from the Fred Everything via his Lazy Days Recordings. Definately deserves it’s place at the top.

Whats Hot This Week

1. Fred Everything – Street Luv / Potrero EP (Lazy Days Recordings)

2. Tarantulaz feat Renn – Stop The World (Z Records)

3. Claude Monnet feat. The Deepshakerz – Powa War EP (Lapsus Music)

A new welcome in the Lapsus Music family to Mr Claude Monnet. The french producer after release on Defected and Purple Music, this time teamed up with fast growing italian duo The Deepshakerz that are already familiar with the label. Powa War it’s a ‘Cnon stop groovin’ EP’ that goes from a dirty old school house sound of Pawa Beat to more techy stuff on War-E-House.
Don’t miss to listen every track here!

4. Various Artists – Electronic Youth Showcase E.P. (Conkrete Digital Records)

Here’s a showcase of one of Conkrete’s favoruite artists out there, ELECTRONIC YOUTH! We have put together a 3 track E.P. presenting 2 of their Remixes they did for Conkrete Digital so far, plus one track from their own label, by Ruefus. No need to say more about the guys, we all know they rock and that their productions skills are dope!

5. Benny T – Talking To My Drums (Open Bar Music)

6. Loz Goddard – Not Another Disco EP (Luvbug)

Say What? Not Another Disco EP ?? Well it sure ain’t any ordinary biz coming from upcomin’ Manchester artist Loz Goddard and his moon shaking Luvbug debut.

In a giant leap for Manc-kind, the sonically talented Mr Goddard masterfully steers us through an after dark mission with more of his spaced out house and deeper disco inspired productions starting to rocket into many quality DJ ears and out through speakers in the nu school atmosphere. With his beats already featured on the Motor City’s excellent Kolour Recordings we’re simply chuffed to bring you his latest outing.

Here we find Loz tastefully re-shaping the echo of disco’s past with a fresh futuristic touch, delivering 3 sophisticated peak hour mid tempo gems for Luvbug with aplomb…. another glimpse his exciting perspective and sound to come.

Early Support from Shur-I-Kan, Miami Ice, Kruse & Nuernberg, Giom, Simbad, Mr V, Sek, Moodymanc, Grey Area, Jay West, Evren Ulusoy and many more…..

7. Rocco – The Bridge (House Afrika)

French house music DJ and producer Rocco is bridging the gap between Europe, South Africa and the US on his new House Afrika album, ‘The Bridge’.

The album features trademark Rocco tunage graced by some of the planet’s greatest vocalists, including the US’s amazing Byron Stingily and Kafele, South Africa’s Ziyon (from Liquideep) and Khensy, and France’s Akram Sedkaoui, plus many more. Its beats are deep and sweet and equally at home on the floor as they are in the headphones.

8. Various Artists – Dance Flavour (Good Stuff Recordings)

9. Yousef feat Charli Taft – I See (Defected)

Circus founder Yousef celebrates a hat trick as he unleashes his third release with Defected to the masses. A sure-fire club hit from the mind behind ‘Beg’ whose previous releases have all seen such significant success that they have earned the Liverpudlian a reputation that is second to none. ‘I See’ is a powerfully emotive cut built around Charli Taft’s beautifully melancholic voice which this talented producer coalesces with warm melodic synths and a creative usage of brass samples accomplishing a delightfully enchanting outcome. Shadow Child provides his own unique spin to the track by fashioning Taft’s vocals around the signature Dirtybird inimitability, in this case an orchestral build up into a thudding lo-fi bassy hook accompanied by his distinctively energetic usage of hats and snare. On the other hand the rendition by The Crooked Man layers various sounds into a complicated brew of wonky and dark elements that exhibits the imaginative creativity of such an experienced and longstanding producer.

10. Mat.Joe – Body Work EP (incl. Beckwith Remix) (Nite Grooves)

Berlin DJ/production team Mat.Joe has been creating quite a storm in the Deep House world. Shifting from hip/hop production to dance music was a natural progression that has allowed the boys to release on some of the world’s largest dance labels. With that said, we are proud to showcase their new “Body Work” EP. “Lifted” and “Breath Hard” are perfect examples of the duo’s popular hip/hop infused deep house tying together elements from both genres seamlessly. With releases on both Anjunadeep and Nervous, NYC hometown hero Beckwith delivers a banging deep house remix of “Body Work” sure to crush any dance floor!

11. Rhemi – I’m Losing You (Rhemi Music)

Rhemi delivering yet again with another smash for the dance floor and a sure ‘go to’ record for the peak time. With a sub bass line that will rock the walls of any club and an amazing organ solo by none other than the super talented Mike Patto which will send you to church, this is sure to be a winner. Keeping the vibe pumping ‘Im Losing You’ drives through peaks troughs effortlessly while keeping the soul intact.Rhemi Also provide a more Disco/Funk Vibe, again keeping the bass line raw and rough coupled with erie keys and groovy drums its a definitely one for the collection.

12. Alba – Knokke / Law (Plastic World)