After individually and collectively releasing tracks on Richy Ahmed’s Four Thirty Two imprint, up-and-coming London-based DJ/producer Jansons (half of LoveHrtz) and rising duo Senzala join forces once again to deliver a rousing update of the 1989 club classic “Take Me Away,” which also a boasts a nifty electro remix by LoveHrtz.
For the unfamiliar, “Take Me Away” was originally produced and performed by the musical union of Jeff Mills, Anthony Srock and Bridget Grace who went by the moniker True Faith with Final Cut.
As the buzzworthy cut rises up the house music charts, we checked in with the guys and asked them about their tracks of the moment.
Emerging London-based DJ/producer Joe Corti makes his debut this week on Melé’s Club Bad imprint with Bloodline, an EP brimming with party-perfect tracks that embrace house, techno, Italo and a host of other styles.
Corti, who has released on Better Listen, Pusic and helms the China White imprint, tailored Bloodline‘s trio of tracks to embody the vibe at Club Bad’s parties.
Ahead of the EP’s release on July 5, we caught up with the upstart and asked him to share his five tracks of the moment. Continue Reading
Prolific Canadian tech-house titan Jay Tripwire has been deep in the mix since the ’90s. From his home base of Vancouver, he’s built a rabid fanbase courtesy of his productions that reverberate around the world. His skills behind the decks have allowed him to become a mainstay on the global club scene, where he regularly plays at the world’s finest clubs.
Last week saw the release of Jay Tripwire & Modern Ancient’s This Is What U Want EP on Cassy’s Kwench Records. It’s a three-tracker brimming with silky house grooves, undulating tribal beats and lovely basslines. The EP arrives off the back of the release of two massive retrospective albums of Jay’s classic material – Vintage Catalog and Mr_Barcode – mostly vinyl-only tracks produced in the late ’90s to early 2000s.
Below Jay shares five records currently rocking his world. Continue Reading
At the end of May seasoned Rotterdam-based dance floor alchemist Baggi dropped a pulverizing springtime house scorcher in the form of a collab with Dutchman Boris Ross titled “What You Do.” The label? Loco Dice’s esteemed Desolat label, of course.
“What You Do” is a simple, but effective track: Stomping kick drum. Repetitive vocal sample. Tactical synth stabs. It’s peak-hour lighting in a bottle that’ll no doubt take clubbers down the rabbit hole well into closing season.
As his collab continues to garner attention, we checked in with Mr. Begovic and asked him to talk up his current favorite tracks. Continue Reading