Dale Howard – Throw Back | EP Comments

Dale HowardNext up on Local Talk we got a raw peak hour jam from Liverpool producer Dale Howard . There is nothing light or fluffy about these tracks, its just dirty straight up house music with a dark 90s basement feel. For the main track we actually chose the dub version of Throwback over of the original mix. We just thought this version was soooo freakin' raw even though its more stripped than the original version. You'll see what we mean when you drop it in the club! The second track In Out goes along the same house theories as Throwback with jackin' beats and deep chords that will do wonders in any authentic house basement. All in all, a might fine release of classic Local Talk house music. You can pre-order the EP [HERE]

David August – Times | Album Comments

This is the album I have been waiting for ...pure genius this kid. "One of the most interesting artists in the field of music releases his long-awaited debut April 8th 2013. Its title "Times" is appropriately chosen, though indeed it seems to be timeless. David August has waited quite a long time, cancelling all gigs for a year to fulfill himself in his musical yearnings in a very personal album. It is an intimate production, realising his fanatic dedication, of which love in all its facets CONTINUE READING

Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson – Hot Strings | Single Comments

OFF Recordings jumps back to its headquarters and brings on the young talented production duo of Berlin-based Marlon Hoffstadt and Dansson. Sounding promising with releases already scheduled on Play It Down and Stil Von Talent, they prove their potential by delivering one dancefloor bomb in this new single. "Hot Strings" might suggest a 90's string-dominated typical track, but this one is not at all the case. Its a deep-hop-funk sounding tune with a driving hypnotic rap vocal that provides CONTINUE READING

Doc Martin | DJ Sneak | Sece @ SOUND Nightclub Friday April 12th Comments

Doc Martin and DJ Sneak have been two of the most influential DJs in the the house scene and we are excited to have them at Sound Nightclub this Friday. Getting a good warmup in for their 4 hour Back 2 Back set at Coachella this year, Doc Martin and DJ Sneak are going to bring that OG House straight from the underground to SOUND in Los Angeles. They are both known for their unique and tasteful music selection which separates them from the "better than good" DJs. So if you aren't in the Desert CONTINUE READING

DashDot @ D – Edge Comments

Based out of Brazil, D-Edge can undoubtedly be considered one of the deepest underground clubs in the world. The primary mission of the club would be to keep your feet moving and your eyes on the decks. Whether it’s from the unique sophisticated design to the eternal plethora of talent, this club screams devotion and love to house music. They have featured some of the most talented artists in the world ranging from the Luke Solomon to the infamous Maceo Plex. One of their latest saet came from CONTINUE READING

Zoo Brazil feat. Ursula Rucker – You Don’t Know Me Comments

Classic house vibes with a unique twist from the Swedish producer. Zoo Brazil aka John Andersson presents his new single ‘You Don’t Know Me’ on Defected. Following the success of ‘Give Myself’ on Magik Musique, this latest release sees him team up one again with the outstanding vocalist and spoken word performer Ursula Rucker. Offset by the powerful arrangement of club stomping beats, live instrumentation and tribal percussion, Rucker’s empowering yet strangely seductive wordplay, CONTINUE READING

Julien Chaptal – The Look On Your Face | EP Comments

‘The Look On Your Face EP’ underlines why Parisian born DJ and producer Julien Chaptal is widely regarded as one of the most talented artists to have emerged from the vibrant Amsterdam scene in recent years. The three tracks that comprise this debut release on Defected are indicative of his versatile production skills and reflect his signature style diverse live sets which range from deep house to Daft Punk-esque house to the unmistakably Dutch rhythmic techno. The eponymous lead track CONTINUE READING

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