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Future Disco Vol. 7 – ‘Til The Lights Come Up

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 7, 2014 by E.N.

Future Disco Vol. 7 - 'Til The Lights Come UpToo early to go home, too late to stay still…

The award-winning Future Disco series sets the tone for 2014 with their seventh instalment ‘Til The Lights Come Up’. After a successful third summer residency in conjunction with Carl Cox at Space in Ibiza, Future Disco’s Sean Brosnan delivers a seventeen track compendium that pays tribute to those that keep pace until the end of the night. A true revival of that magical time in the early hours when the senses are on edge and emotions run high, visiting the timeless space when the DJ keeps you moving until the lights come up.

As ever, Future Disco provides foresight into the artists that are stirring things up and tracks set to dominate dancefloors, while creating an enchanted aural expedition that yearns to be revisited time and again. ‘Til The Lights Come Up’ reintroduces old heroes (the collaborative forces of Cajmere & Sonny Wharton set an early pace), explores new musical forces (check Psychemajik, Lucas and Ejeca), and is unafraid to make obscure choices (try DJ Koze’s remix of Mount Kimbie). Overloaded with exclusive edits, Future Disco exposes music that demands to be taken seriously.

Label: Needwant
Cat no: NEEDCD013
Web: www.needwant.co.uk
Released: Monday February 24th, 2014

Tracklist

  1. Sonny Fodera feat. Cajmere – You’re The One
  2. H.O.S.H. – Disc Jockey
  3. Ejeca – Together
  4. Terrence Parker – Finally (Planet E Remix)
  5. Mirror Mirror – Kaleidoscope (Psychemagik Remix)
  6. Benoit & Sergio – Shake Shake
  7. Lukas – Narwhals
  8. Renato Cohen – Suddenly Funk
  9. Mount Kimbie – Made To Stray (DJ Koze Remix)
  10. Names In Lights – Naughty (Axel Boman Remix)
  11. Chopstick & Johnjon feat. Signaljacker – Roots (Alternative Mix)
  12. Crazy P – Clouds (Outboxx Remix)
  13. James Fox – Holding On feat. Vanity Jay (NYC Mix)
  14. Templehof – Drake (Future Disco Edit)
  15. Ada – Maps (Michael Mayer & Tobias Thomas Remix)
  16. Downtown Party Network – Space Me Out (Mario Basanov Remix)
  17. Tale Of Us & Clockwork – Lost Keys

Download:Bloc Party – Montreal (Ejeca Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on October 29, 2013 by E.N.

Download: Eli & Fur’s ‘You’re So High (Ejeca remix)’ for FREE

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on August 16, 2013 by danimonster

Eli  FurThe ‘You’re So High (Ejeca remix)’ highlights Eli & Fur’s seductive vocal melodies heard in the original as well as adding layers of perfectly executed electronic hooks, which you can download for free

Grum ‘Everytime’ (Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2013 by E.N.

grum_everytimeGRUM ‘EVERYTIME’
Label:  HEARTBEATS
Beatport Release: April 29th, 2013
Full Release:  MAY 13th, 2013
3 years on from the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Grum is back with a new single, Everytime. Receiving its debut play on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show, Everytimeis the first track to be released from Grum’s forthcoming new album, Human Touch, and comes backed with remixes from two of the dance world’s most exciting producers Ejeca,Mia Dora and Andre Crom.
 

Traxx – The House That Garage Built (Needwant)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 4, 2013 by E.N.

Traxx the house garage builtTwo decades on from the birth of garage in the UK, its resurrection is afoot on the global electronic music horizon. Traxx ‘The House That Garage Built’captures the original sounds of New York and New Jersey house and maps their evolution through to the UK interpretations of today.

Spotlighting a new school of producers that use old school techniques against some clever bass manipulation to bring the sound up to date,‘The House That Garage Built’ is high energy and captures a moment in time where dancefloors are coming alive with a new raw and edgy rhythm that´s both mysterious and spellbinding.

Plotting out artists such as Disclosure (who you’d have to have your head buried underground to have missed in 2012), the dexterous wizard Huxley,and Hot Flush prodigy George Fitzgerald, gifted artists that have seen major recognition and even chart success in the past year.

Traxx also shines the light on some newcomers set for the same path such as Ben Pearce, whose 2012 underground hit ‘What I Might Do’ is served up in remix form by Harry Wolfman on the mixNeedwant’s own Ejecawith the elastic grooves of ‘Horizon’ and London based duo Dusky whose‘Flo Jam’ cut is a furtive bomb. Exclusive track highlights also present on the compilation include productions from Frenchman The Mekanism, Purple Velvet, Munich youngsters Rhode & Brown and LA based Rhythm Operator.

As it happened the first time round, music maestros are moving from their love of house and disco to dirty basslines and broken beats. Brands like Rinse take centre stage and a generation that grew up with an already rich history of electronic music create their own strains, fusing together what went before.

In true contemporary fashion and unlike the original garage sound phenomenon, the music Traxx covers is now as accessible for artists and DJs such as Maya Jane Coles, Jamie Jones, Rob Da Bank and Sasha as well as pioneers of the genre such as T Williams and Boddika. A true testament that this musical revival appeals to all walks of life and has found a foothold in the worlds of techno, dubstep, acid as well as nu-disco and house.

Traxx is the latest concoction from London’s prestigious disco and house imprint Needwant who are responsible for some stellar releases from the likes of Kim Ann Foxmann, Mario Basanov and Ejeca. The London based label has won iTunes dance music compilation of the year for their popular Future Disco series and continues to spot movements and showcase their findings at worldwide events in far flung locations such as Ibiza, Amsterdam, Dubai and Singapore.

Label: Needwant
Cat no: NEEDCD011
Web: www.needwant.co.uk
Distribution: Above Board
Released: Wednesday April 24th, 2013

Tracklist

  1. HNNY – For The Very First Time
  2. Ben Pearce – What I Might Do (Harry Wolfman Remix)
  3. Dusky – Flo Jam
  4. Rhythm Operator – Anytime
  5. Disclosure – Boiling (Medlar Remix)
  6. Rhode & Brown & Marc Shegg – Joyride
  7. Huxley – Can’t sleep
  8. Washerman – Soulsearch
  9. Ejeca – Horizon
  10. Breach – You Won’t Find Love Again
  11. The Real Connoisseur – Faux De Baux
  12. George Fitzgerald – Child (NY Stomp Remix)
  13. The Mekanism – Body Classic
  14. Purple Velvet – Never Do You Wrong
  15. Rachel Row – Follow The Step (Trikk Remix)
  16. Tomson & Benedict – Switch

Bicep -You / Don’t on Aus Music+Preview

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 14, 2012 by E.N.

London-based, Belfast-born blogger-production duo Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson need little by way of introduction. They1ve released one absolutely killer track after another, snaking through everything from deep disco edits to moody two-step to classic New Jersey House vibes with incredible ease, on some of the most exciting labels out there: Throne of Blood, Under the Shade, Domino, Love Fever and now,Aus Music. This EP sees the pair working in collaboration with fellow Northern Irish producer Ejeca (aka Garry McCartney), as well as the inimitable Serge Santiago (in his Omar Odyssey guise), with Panorama Bar resident Steffi rounding off the release perfectly with a superbly crafted remix.

Artist: !! Bicep
Title: You / Don’t
Format: 12” & Digital
Label: ! ! Aus Music
Cat:! ! AUS1239
Release: 16 July 2012
A1 – Bicep & Ejeca ‘You’
A2 – Bicep & Omar Odyssey ‘Don’t’
B1 – Bicep & Ejeca ‘You’ (Steffi Remix)

Bicep vs Ejeca – You (Forthcoming on Aus Music)

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