Tropicool – Sole Fixtape Vol. I Comments

This is the first installment of the fixtapes presented by Sole Bicycles. A curated monthly mixtape series with the sole purpose to pair our favorite cruising tunes by the innovative artists of our generation to vibe with your rides into the future.  Tropicool continues to impress us with his steller song selections and style. I have had the pleasure of hanging with the Froth Master quite a bit these days, and every set is better than the next, not to mention hes fun as shit to party with. We will continue to follow the beach movement and the amazing tracks that come along with it. Enjoy and you can download the mix HERE. Enjoy. Tracklisting: Anna Lunoe & Flume - I Met You Van She - Jamaica (Plastic Plates Remix) ColeCo - Ricky Smiley Drop Out Orchestra - In The Dark (NSFW Remix) Breakbot - One Out Of Two (Oliver Remix) Rogue Vogue - When I Looked At You Little Boots - Headphones (Moon Boots Remix) Shelby Grey - Wild Youth (Goldroom Remix) Edwin Van Cleef - Nala (Summer Best Pals Remix) Bottin ft. Jupiter - Sage Comme Une Image (Spiller Remix) Jonas Rathsman - Since I Don't Have You  

Cameo Culture – Night Swimming | EP Comments

Art Department's Jonny White and boss man to No.19 Music imprint looks to new artist Cameo Culture for a stunning debut single of soul, emotive music backed with a remix from the ever-excellent Ryan Cavanagh AKA Slow Hands. Dave Robertson AKA Cameo Culture is actually no stranger to No.19 Music, having featured on the Soul Clap compilation album under his Soho 808 moniker last year and since then has joined the No.19 crew on the road at key label events in New York & Bogota, Colombia. In CONTINUE READING

Diynamic offshoot 2DIY4 heads to Sankeys Comments

Most great labels have a suitably excellent sister imprint. For every Planet E Communications, more than likely, there'll be a Community waiting in the wings, ready to take on board all that doesn't quite fit the motherlode's remit but in need of a suitable home. These days, as dance producers, DJs and A&R honchos embrace eclecticism more than ever before, the spin-off format has taken on even more prevalent usage, especially when it comes to the house canon, with its constantly expanding CONTINUE READING

BLOC IS BANKRUPT Comments

Unable to pay back ticket costs or honour its debts to the artists it booked to play, it's with great sadness that we read this just-released statement following Friday's night's closure of Bloc festival after advice from the London Metropolitan Police: "It is with great sadness that we announce Baselogic Productions (who you all know as Bloc) has been placed into administration following the events of Friday evening. The team are working hard with the administrators to investigate the issues CONTINUE READING

LIFELIKE & POPULAR COMPUTER – Getting High | The Remixes Comments

  Lifelike and Popular Computer have put out a killer track  called "Getting High." I particularly like the name of the song, but I am a fan of the tune itself  even more. However,  I have to acknowledge how amazing these four remixes are, and in my opinion, they even trump the original.  I am a huge fan of everything Pryamid does, so I would start with that version first. This is Nu Disco at it's finest, so sit back and enjoy these great reworks. Released by: Computer Science CONTINUE READING

T.G.I.M.: BONES – The Deep End | Summer 2012 Mixtape Comments

Our good friend Trevor, aka BONES over at Gotta Dance Dirty has just dropped his Summer Mixtape for 2012 titled THE DEEP END. An appropriate title considering the tracklist below, which Trevor always manages to make as solid as a bodybuilders butt-cheek. But who better to describe the mix than the man himself: I present you with BONES THE DEEP END – Summer Mixtape 2012, a showcase of some of my favorite deep, tech, bassline, garage and funky house tracks as of current in my sets and for CONTINUE READING

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