New addition to the Jump To This label is Melbourne disco head Oskar! Having released through US label Stardust Records and gaining a huge following on soundcloud, Oskar's new take on everyone's favorite disco sound is tipped to be huge this summer.
The first track Oh My! will get the party started with filtered loops and so much goodness while Just Don't Stop is more laid back you'll find it hard not to get it stuck in your head. With massive acts like Duck Sauce, Rogerseventytwo and Dr CONTINUE READING
This next release is the latest from On The Fruit Records from a Canadian we've been keeping our eyes on for some time now. Pat Lok both DJ and producer has successfully dropped his first EP, “No Shame”. It’s an all around treat and it is definitely worth a listen. The "No Shame" EP includes remix support from Brooklyn's Bit Funk, Goldroom, Washington's own Volta Bureau, and German producer OHYEAH. Great stuff all of it, but I have to say I have a soft spot for OHYEAH's disco CONTINUE READING
Voxels are a careful explored sonic mess, an ordered everyday experimentation in opposition to the chaos of influences electronic dance music fell into this past years. In nowadays fight between analogical and digital supporters they’re the ones who win as they assemble the best of both worlds to bring you a blend of samplers, analog synthesizers and sequencers, digital effects, hi-end studio equalizers and compressors, digital percussion, traditional instruments, avant-garde plugins and deliberately CONTINUE READING
Since signing to Viper, ShockOne has been producing a string of huge releases. These include the massive anthem 'Polygon' which received much praise, and even made it onto BBC Radio 1, when Annie Mac, called it "the biggest drum and bass track out." ShockOne later released a remix of 'Crackdown' (Originally by Brookes Brothers) which also got massive approval. ShockOne's style is always instantly recognizable, with intricate production and meticulouse attention to detail alongside the dual focus CONTINUE READING
Another sexy weekend another humbling Monday. This mix should take your mind back to that late Saturday night dance floor. Edwin van Cleef is an electronic disco producer from Leeds, UK. His driving, cosmic tracks are perfectly suited for nu-‐disco dancefloors and his production talents have led to him remixing John Legend, Shinichi Osawa and even Nelly Furtado. An amazing talent, who is set to become one of the most in demand disco DJs around. Hello Monday ;)
No matter how much electro gets posted it will never be enough, there is always more and more being created, and I have done my best to stay on top of it. However, the sixth installment of the iconic “Electro_TUFF” has been harvested, baked and gently served to you now. Soak the electric lines deep into your pores and make sure to praise the sound Gods that we have artists such as the following set. These modern-day composers have yielded us this potent offering, so be thankful and feed your CONTINUE READING
As premiered at Electric Zoo in New York, Hardwell & JoeySuki have combined to bring us this pure festival tune, “Munster”. The track has a distinctly Hardwell feel to it, with a fantastic progression and very synth build-up that will be very familiar to anyone who’s ever heard a track from this youngster before. JoeySuki brings some subtle electro sounds to the track, that fits right in. Listen to it for yourselves below, and grab the full version on Beatport. Studio teaser embedded below CONTINUE READING