Sasha to release “Involver 3” on March  18

Sasha to release “Involver 3” on March 18 Comments

Sasha’s Involver 3 is one of the most anticipated electronic music albums of the year. Lying at that halfway point between traditional mix album and original work, Sasha has woven together a stunning 2 CDset, reworking each individual track into a cohesive, flowing mix thatmoves from shimmering Balearic ambience to deep house and atmospheric techno. Album highlights include tracks from The XX, Little Dragon, Foals,ThermalBear, Blondes, Ananda Project, James Zabiela, Keep Shelly In Athens and beyond, plus a new production from the man himself featuring Kicki Halmos. And whether the tracks are previously unheard exclusives or known favorites, Sasha’s remixed each and every one for this album. While many of his peers have become pallbearers for yesterday’s sounds, Sasha has remained on the bleeding edge for over two decades – not through some grand master plan, but simply through his own appetite for new sounds and artists, and an unshakeable belief inprogress. The Involver concept has always been indicative of this,each release representing a nexus of current ideas and movements within dance music. Sasha’s imprint, Last Night On Earth, has quickly established itself withreleases and remixes from ThermalBear, James Teej, Max Cooper,Ghosting Season, Hiatus, Thomas Smith, M.A.N.D.Y, Layo & Bushwacka,and Sasha’s own collaborations with James Teej and Krister Linder. The label’s output follows a similar path to Sasha’s current DJ sets, with afocus on electronica, leftfield techno and deep house, and the kind of soundtrack you’ll hear him play at Berlin’s Panorama Bar, London’s Ministry of Sound or Tokyo’s Womb. Sasha will support the release of “Involver 3” with a run of datesthrough the USA this February and March. In addition to shows in Miami, Denver, San Francisco, St. Louis and Dallas, Sasha will be extremely active during Miami Music Week. On March 21, Sasha sets sail on his “Last Night On Earth Sunset Cruise” which offers the finest indance music in an extraordinary setting. On March 23, Sasha takes to the SLS for the “Never Say Never Pool Party,” while he closes the weekout on March 24 at Set with the official global Involver 3 launch party featuring Cassy and Three. With Sasha’s profound influence on thehistory of dance music and his connection to the USA these events arenot to be missed. It’s the perfect cap to the beloved Involver series.   Watch the Rolling Stone interview and launch party recap here. Get the inside track on Involver 3 directly from Sasha in advance of the March 18 release date. Coming to Miami? Sasha will partake in three unique events that you won’t want to miss. On March 21, Sasha sets sail on his “Last Night On Earth Sunset Cruise” which offers the finest in dance music in an extraordinary setting. On March 23, Sasha takes to the SLS for the “Never Say Never Pool Party,” while he closes the week out on March 24 at Set with the official global Involver 3 launch party featuring Cassy and Three.

Kate Simko – Go On Then | EP | Remixes Comments

Featured on last year's Kabuki Drop EP, 'Go On Then (feat Jem Cooke)' by Kate Simko turned out to be one of 2012's hottest releases and now Leftroom deliver a remix package that adds further weight via interpretations from Ian Pooley, Franck Roger and Blond:ish. Chicago's Kate Simko is one of recent years USA's most accomplished electronic music talents - a genuine music love who commands equal respect behind the decks, the mixing desk and the keyboard. Having chalked up releases for Hello?Repeat, CONTINUE READING

Gold Fields – Dark Again | Penguin Prison Remix Comments

Australian band Gold Fields released their debut album "Black Sun" yesterday  on Atralwerks. Their album has been highly anticipated and features a remix package that includes tracks from Grouplove, Captain Cuts, NOC and Penguin Prison. Its cool to see the track remixed by other full live bands. The use of a synthesizer in these bands really opens the variety of sounds live groups can have. They can no longer be classified by a certain genre, and now more than ever they can jump the gap between CONTINUE READING

Prince Club & Rick Rude – Get Live | EP Comments

Get Live is Play It Down's latest from Prince Club, the Canadian duo from the Made To Play Stable. "On My" is a collaborative effort with LA-based Rick Rude and "Get Live.Doin' Shit" is where Prince Club goes off steady and solo. Nothing but pure, unadulterated real house music. Why don't you get live? Grab the EP off beatport [HERE]. CONTINUE READING

Fol Chen – 200 Words | Applescal Remix Comments

Applescal just released a new remix as free download for Fol Chen's forthcoming album 'False Alarms', released on Asthmatickitty. The remix is a bit slow, a bit dark and a bit scary in the break. It has some thrilling vocals that get bewitched towards the end of the remix. Enjoy! CONTINUE READING

Nyma – Kybernetik + Marc Houle Remix Comments

Following two tracks on the label compilation “Variables,” Iranian-born, Berlin-raised DJ and producer Nyma returns to Items & Things with Kybernetik, his debut solo release for the label, released here as a digital exclusive. A mainstay on Berlinʼs club scene and perennial figure in the Items & Things camp, Nyma hones his craft with Kybernetik, its slow burning disco groove and relentless funk guaranteed to function as adequately in a warm up set as at peak time; its contagious CONTINUE READING

Butch feat. Benjamin Franklin – Highbeams | EP Comments

After his excellent Lullabies To Paralyze on Visionquest at the beginning of the year,the Hot Creations enterprise have quickly snapped up the services of Butch and ahost of big hitters for remix duties including Maceo Plex, Miguel Campbell and PBR Streetgang, for their second release of 2013: Highbeams. First up we have title track Highbeams which opens with shifting highs and rims and elongated bass notes creating a real sense of drama in the mix. The exceptionalvocal talents of Benjamin CONTINUE READING

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