Archive for March, 2017

Soul Clap – fabric93 Released 21st April 2017

Posted in News on March 8, 2017 by dk


Soul Clap step up to the fabric compilation series with an eclectic selection to loosen up the dancefloor.

With a style that’s distinctively their own, Soul Clap carve hip hop, funk, soul and disco into a modern house music sound. The Boston raised and NYC based DJ and production duo reach a decade of releases in 2017 and fabric 93 takes the baton from last year’s self-titled artist album and their 2015 EP with seminal funk legend George Clinton.

Soul Clap’s diverse approach to production shines through in their original tracks on the mix. Weekend At Barnies is a jazzy and emotive cut produced with fellow Crew Love members No Regular Play and John Camp. Their exclusive mix of I Gotta Feeling by Midnight Magic digs deep into the heart of dub. Lastly, Lonely C’s (One half of Soul Clap) collaboration with Tom Trago, The Compass Joint is an epic…

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Kevin Saunderson Announces New Inner City Single and KMS Records 30 Tour

Posted in News on March 4, 2017 by danimonster


inner-city-good-luckInner City to Release First Single in 3 Years
Coinciding with KMS Records 30 Tour
Out March 31st via
KMS Records

A pioneer of Detroit Techno and one-third of the celebrated Belleville Three, iconic producer Kevin Saunderson returns to his famed Inner City alias on his latest release, “Good Luck,” out now via KMS Records as part of the iconic label’s 30th anniversary run. With the first Inner City original seeing its release in 1989, “Good Luck” maintains the rich, underground-facing roots of its predecessors, and delivers a production that is both modern and contemporary. Inner City’s latest offering builds upon layers of hi-hats, kick drums, synths, and classic house vocals all of which nod to Inner City’s rich musical heritage.

To coincide with the release, Kevin Saunderson will also be embarking on the 30th Anniversary tour for his KMS Records label. The tour spans the month of…

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