Archive for Annie Mac
Duke Dumont – ’20 Ways To Jack’ – Chicago House Minimix for Annie Mac
1) Frankie Knuckles – Your Love
2) Robert Armani – Ambulance (Armando Remix)
3) Steve Silk Hurley – Jack Your Body
4) Mk II – Used By DJ
5) Mr Fingers – Can You Feel It
6) Farley Jackmaster Funk – Love Cant Turn Around
7) DJ Fast Eddie – Can U Dance
8) Julian ‘Jumpin’ Perez – Jack Me Til I Scream
9) Armando – 100% Of Dissin
10) Frankie Knuckles ft Jamie Principle – Baby Wants To Ride
11) Adonis – No Way Out
12) Armando – 151
13) Hercules – 7 Ways To Jack
14) Marshall Jefferson – Ride The Rhythm
15) Marshall Jefferson – Move Your Body
16) Inner City – Good Life
17) Farley Jackmaster Funk – Its You
18) ESP – Its You
19) Fingers Inc – Its Over
20) Inner City – Big Fun
ShockOne is back in storming form, with his killer debut album ‘Universus’. Australian-born Karl Thomas released his first EP as ShockOne in 2009 which featured the smash hit ‘Polygon’ and the experimental Dubstep anthem, ‘Adachigahara’s Theme’. Since then he has been behind a string of successful singles that have seen Beatport and iTunes number ones, YouTube hits by the millions, as well as support from influential industry tastemakers such as: Triple J, Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Eddy Temple Morris, Pendulum, Knife Party, Matrix & Futurebound, Sub Focus, and Chase & Status.
TITLE: UNIVERSUS (ARTIST ALBUM)
LABEL: VIPER RECORDINGS IN ASSOCIATION WITH ONELOVE RECORDINGS
RELEASE DATE: 28/4/13
01. SINGULARITY (THE MONOCHORD OF CREATION)
02. CHAOS THEORY
04. HOME (FEAT. REIJA LEE)
05. BIG BOUNCE
06. LOSE CONTROL
07. CRUCIFY ME (FEAT. PHETSTA)
08. UNIVERSES (FEAT. PHETSTA & REIJA LEE)
09. LAZERBEAM (FEAT. METRIK & KYZA)
10. INFINITY’S SILENCE
11. RELAPSE (FEAT. SAM NAFIE)
12. AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT
13. LIGHT CYCLES (PRELUDE)
14. LIGHT CYCLES
ShockOne – Lazerbeam (feat. Metrik & Kyza) (SKisM Remix)
ShockOne – Lazerbeam (feat. Metrik & Kyza) (Au5 Remix)
ShockOne ‘Universus’ Launch Tour:
Wednesday 24th April – Metro City, Perth
Thursday 25th April – Liberty Social, Melbourne
Saturday 27th April – Groovin’ The Moo, Maitland
Sunday 28th April – Groovin’ The Moo, Canberra
Friday 3rd May – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Saturday 4th May – Groovin’ The Moo, Bendigo
Sunday 5th May – Groovin’ The Moo, Townsville
Friday 10th May – oh Hello!, Brisbane
Saturday 11th May – Groovin’ The Moo, Bunbury
Friday 24th May- HQ, Adelaide
Friday 31st May – SECRET SHOW
Saturday1st June – SECRET SHOW
First premiered in the UK as an ‘Essential New Tune’ on Radio 1 byPete Tong, ‘So Good To Me’ has since been heavily supported by the likes of Diplo & Friends, Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Sara Cox, Rob da Bank, Toddla T, Nick Grimshaw and more, with further support from1Xtra, Capital, Kiss and beyond.
A recent Cool Cuts No.1 and Hype Machine No 1, ‘So Good To Me’has well exceeded over 1 million YouTube audio views. The track has been supported by DJs including Toddla T, Duke Dumont, Dubfire, The Magician, M.A.N.D.Y, Doorly, Faithless and many more.
A remember-where-you-first-heard-it kind of record, ‘So Good To Me’ is set to be the soundtrack for summer 2013. Signed to Ministry of Soundfrom cult house label, French Express, the single is the work of 26 year old New York-based deep house DJ/producer, Chris Malinchak.
‘So Good To Me’ follows Malinchak’s previous tracks such as ‘If U Got It’, ‘All Shook Up’, ‘Deal ‘Em’ and ‘No Secrets’, releases which have helped him become one of the most tipped producers on the planet and a leading figure in America’s burgeoning deep house scene.
Remixes come from MK, Zinc and S.P.Y.
Maribou State & Pedestrian’s “Mask” is garnering some great support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Rob Da Bank, Mistajam, Skream and Eddy Temple Morris. Released on 18th March through the Friends Will Carry You Home Too compilation compiled by Catz ‘N Dogz for their imprint Pets Recordings
Digital Release Date: 14th January 2013
’The PL’ is the new single from Bristol’s hugely talented rising star Typesun - deep, minimal, underground soul music that’s already a firm favourite with some serious soul heads. It has grabbed the attention of such luminaries as Gilles Peterson, Jazzanova, Mr Scruff, Annie Mac, Lauren Laverne, Julio Bashmore and Pete Tong and is already causing a stir across the blogs and key tastemaker sites.
Cryptic but emotive lyrics are set across an expansive instrumental that remains deceptively simple throughout, a huge part of the piece’s charm resting in it’s tension, which never quite releases. The YouTube video has received over 7,000 listens in less than a month..
File alongside Dilla, D’Angelo and Dwele - another hint of the diversity and depth of Typesun’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Work Is Love Made Visible’, due for release later this year.
The remix treatment comes from Behling & Simpson, another of the city’s hardest working production teams who have been making huge moves throughout 2012 with killer releases on the burgeoning ‘Futureboogie’ imprint.
Leeds based duo Voyeur spent early 2012 carving their name on the remix circuit, with reworks for Bombay Bicycle Club and Santigold gaining tastemaker support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Rob da Bank, Dummy and XLR8R.
Their first original output, due on 26th November via Kerri Chandler’s new MadTech imprint, is the sultry ‘Blame It On The Youth’, an 8-minute lo-slung epic. Perfect listening for the impending autumnal evenings, it fuses jazz chords and emotive vocal yelps with a genuine sonic weight, showcasing somewhat of a detachment from their previous Balearic offerings.
On the flipside comes an edit from Kerri Chandler himself, who, upon hearing the track, insisted on adding his own interpretation to the package. Retaining much of the original, Kerri displays a new side to his productions and creates a dance-floor ready cut that will surely become a staple in his future sets. The tribal bounce of ‘Get Up’ completes the digital bundle.
Having already supported Disclosure at their London EP launch and appeared at Dimensions and Gottwood festivals over the summer, Voyeur will support Submotion Orchestra this month, before playing their own EP launch party at The Nest in London on 10th November, featuring a special line-up curated by themselves which will be announced over the coming weeks. Following this, the duo will appear on the seminal Boiler Room on 22nd November.