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U Got Me

Title track from Lee Foss’ latest EP, U Got Me. Music doesn’t get much better than this.

All about the groove baby.

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Gone Fishing

So yeah, I decided to this post tonight, because tomorrow is gonna be much busier I had originally planned. Above is the beach I will be spending the majority of my Holiday on, which means I won’t be blogging while I’m away. I’ve been holding most of these tracks back so that I could post them all together. If you have the time, then you should definitely check them all out.

While I’m here I would also like to say thank you to EVERYONE that has visited and supported the blog over the past few months. Never in my life did I expect to have nearly 12,000 views from over 2000 visitors. That’s just crazy.

Anyway, hit the jump for all the music.

Seeya in two weeks,


First up is a new track from (the beautiful) Michelle Owen, which is called Dee & Deaf. One of the funkiest tracks of 2010; she has created a sound that you don’t hear very often these days. I hope you can all guess which famous rapper/actor is on the vocals?

Secondly is my favourite of the 9 tracks. This is soulful house at its very best. The progression of the track is perfect and the use of the vocal from one of the greatest songs EVER simply make it one of the best tracks of the year. Producer goes by the name of Thyladomid and the track is entitled, The Voice.

“Birds flying high, you know how I feel”

Next up is ‘club banger’ from Matteo DiMarr. I’ve heard that this is getting played everywhere right now, and you can understand why. A very bass heavy progressive house track, which features a young man called Dashka who is rather good on the ol’ Saxaphone. Blower.

First remix in this post comes courtesy of my favourite DJ/House producer in the world, Mr. Jesse Rose. The track is called ‘Bit This Thin’ and is by Djedjotronic, who is singed to Boys Noize’s record label. Everything about this is spot on. Best remix from the EP that came out at the end of last month. Actually cannot wait to see Jesse at the end of August.

Second remix is by Huxley, and is of a track called ‘Gonna Be Alright’, which I used in my most recent mix. Not sure where the vocal is from, but it’s one of the best I’ve heard in a long time. Definitely a progression from Martin Dawson & Andre Crom’s original - funkier and much more enjoyable to listen to.

Here is a track from German producer Kabale Und Liebe, which features The Fog. Tech-House done right is the most exceptional sound in the world and this is the perfect example of that. Since You Looked Into My Eyes is something that I can see DJ’s playing A LOT over the next few months. Massive.

Two producers who have had a under-stated, yet superb 2010 are David Penn & Rober Gaez. This track, which is entitled ‘Sunshine People’, shows you what they are all about. Happy music, with a whole lot of groove, that your mum and dad will probably love too.

“Lets be happy”

The last remix is of Tom Demac’s ‘Crewcuts and Curls’ and comes courtesy of possibly the coolest man in the world; Jamie Jones. Since the release of his debut album, he has been rather quiet with his producing as of late, but he’s made up for this absolute JAM that is impossible to dislike. Guy is a genius.

Finally is probably the most beautiful of all the tracks I’ve posted. The production from Leif alone would have been sufficient, but with the stunning vocals of Donna Lea on top; this is just musical heaven. Priority is a special song and the perfect way to end this post.

Thanks for listening people.


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Lady Lover

Sexceptional new tech-house track from Jacuzzi Boys and Bastian Schuster.

P.S. Snog, Marry, Avoid?

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Rescue Me

This year, Oleg Poliakov has become one of my favourite House producers in the world. This tracks shows exactly why.


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There's Something About Her

Attik’s remix of Cee Cee Cox’s beautiful deep house track, Something About Her. A hypnotising piano loop, along with unique vocals and a punchy bassline make this one of my favourite remixes for a long while.

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Back In The Days

Any EP that uses my favourite picture EVER as the cover is bound to be brilliant.

Use of the soothing vocal is exceptional. Perfect track for Summertime.

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Special One

First up we have a spectacular Tech-House track from Paul C & Paolo Martini, which sums up everything I love about this genre. Progression of the track is second to none and the clever use of the vocal at the half way mark switches up the track beautifully. Could dance the night away to music like this.

Secondly is some new Afrojack, which features the wonderful Eva Simons. This isn’t really my kind of sound or ‘thing’ usually; however I have a feeling this is gonna be massive over Summer. Crazy track, which is entitled ‘Plug It In’.

Next up is a remix of Soul Clap’s new tune, Action Satisfaction, which is delivered by Lee Jones. Although I do love groove and vocals of the original; Jones’ remix pushes even further the boundaries of deepness established by the original track. Really sexy music.

Another track that I have been listening to a lot recently is one that probably doesn’t belong in this post. Even though I’m not a Swedish House Mafia fan at all, nobody can deny that they have absolutely smashed it with their new single, One. However; the Netsky remix blew me away more than all of the other versions on the EP. This guy has so much talent and has had a better year than most producers in any genre. Just a brilliant remix.

Finally is an AMAZING deep house track from two producers that I am not too familiar with if I’m totally honest (I know that one of them is German). Sasch BBC & Caspar have created the ultimate summer sound and I think it’s safe to say that this will be on repeat for quite a while. The track is called Camps Bay and it’s music that me, my mum, dad and sister will all enjoy. That’s a very rare trait for most electronic genres.

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Warehouse Project 2010

So the line-ups for the Warehouse Project came out today and they are AMAZING! Hit the jump for some of the ones that stand out for me.

Friday 24th September
WHP2010 Launch (Part 1)

Adam Beyer/Steve Lawler
Joris Voorn
Jamie Jones
Wolf & Lamb
Metro Area
Joy Orbison

Friday 1st October
Boys Noize Record Party

Boys Noize
Fake Blood
Smith n Hack
Shadow Dancer

Saturday 9th October
Ape 5th Birthday

Andy C & MC GQ
David Rodigan
Mista Jam
Rick Reason

Wednesday 13th October

Hudson Mohawke
Jamie xx

Friday 15th October

Richie Hawtin
Marc Houle
Greg Lord

Friday 22nd October

Ricardo Villalobos
Nick Curly
Brendan Long

Saturday 23rd October
More Than A Lot

Chase & Status
Grandmaster Flash
Scratch Perverts
Stanton Warriors
Jaguar Skills
Tempah T
Maverick Sabre

Friday 5th November
A WHP Special

Pete Tong
Riva Starr
Cassette Jam
Kris Di Angello

Saturday 6th November
Metropolis Birthday

Sub Focus
DJ Yoda
Roni Size
DJ Hype
Xample & Lomax

Friday 12th November
Resident Advisor Present

Booka Shade
Carl Craig
Seth Troxler
Jamie Jones
Greg Lord

Friday 26th November
Desolat & Friends

Loco Dice
Marco Carola
Simon Baker

Saturday 4th December

High Contrast
DJ Marky & Dynamite MC
London Elektricity
Danny Byrd
MJ Cole
Addison Groove

Friday 10th December

Sven Vath
Guy Gerber
Onur Ozer
Lewis Boardman
Greg Lord

Saturday 18th December

James Zabiela
Greg Lord
Layo & Bushwacka

Monday 27th December

Mirko Loco
Dani Casarano


Get your tickets HERE

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It's Very Deep Baby

Deep house doesn’t get much better than this. Evren Ulusoy absolutely smashed it.

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Altogether Now

Never in my life has a song put a smile on my face like this one has. If it doesn’t make you feel better about things, then I don’t know what will. Dance, like these women.

“Altogether now!”

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