Finnish producer 501 jumps on the official remix package for Nelly Furtado's forthcoming single "Big Hoops (Bigger The Better)". Not a massive fan of the original, but Jussi's done some seriously good work with it to create this high-energy rework that's sure to set dancefloors alight.
During her first concert since the birth of Blue Ivy Carter, at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City, Beyoncé pays tribute to the late Whitney Houston by covering 'I Will Always Love You' and merging it with her own track 'Halo'. You can also check out her cover of Lauryn Hill's 'Ex-Factor' after the jump too. There is a reason why she's called the Queen. Amazing.
Sampling the wonderful Cee-Lo Green, here is my favourite version from the new Fries & Bridges remix package - the original was released back in 2010, but Sneak has brought it back to the forefront and made it sound fresh for 2012. Love these guys, love Sneak and can't stop listening to this.
Last night saw Mikill Pane play his first ever headline gig at The Hoxton Bar in London - for the encore, he called up Ed Sheeran to the stage, where they performed the incredible 'Little Lady', which is Mikill's remix of Ed Sheeran's award-winning single 'The A-Team'. Top toppings.
Following on from the success of his debut EP, Project Alfie has today revealed the visuals for his new single, which was written alongside The Invisible Men. He reminds me of a cross between Mayer Hawthorne & Jamie Lidell, with more of a Hip-Hop influence, which is basically the dopest mixture ever. Look forward to more from Alfie, who has been in NYC working with the legendary Hitmen production team.
Unleashed onto the worldwide web earlier today, here is the official video for the third single from Clement Marfo & The Frontline's forthcoming debut album, which is set for release later this year. The song itself has been around for quite some time, but has been re-produced and re-vocalled to take it to a whole new level, with a smashing video to help give it that extra push. 'Champion' will be released July 22nd, just in time for the Olympics - how convenient. Pre-order HERE!
Krankbrother have today announced details for their boldest party yet - a daytime street party right in the heart of Shoreditch on June 9th. They will close down Clifton Street (EC2A) in Shoreditch at both ends, and run a whole afternoon of electronic music, including performances from Wolf & Lamb, Guti, Stimming (Live), Adeline and Krankbrothers. Aside from the music, East London's answer to Notting Hill Carnival will be offering a selection of fantastic foods, top end production and a celebration of a thriving scene. Should be a pretty special day, especially if the weather stays like this.
Shot, directed and edited by Tatiana Pancewicz & Patryk Paluszek, here are some funny visuals for the massive new single from Bristol-born producer Eats Everything, which is set to drop May 28th on Pets Recording. Daniel Pearce can do no wrong.