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Disciples – Poison Arrow(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2014 by E.N.

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Enjoying a growing reputation after last summer’s underground hit ‘Remedy’ and their FFRR debut ‘Catwalk’, Disciples continue their momentum with the new single ‘Poison Arrow’ which is out on June 8th as their second release for the resurgent FFRR.

A co-production with underground titan Shadow Child, ‘Poison Arrow’ is house banger with a crossover hook which is propelled by booming, bouncing bassline. Between ‘Poison Arrow’, ‘Remedy’ and ‘Catwalk’, Disciples have already demonstrated an ability to weave between club sounds at will in the space of just three singles.

The original mix of ‘Poison Arrow’ will be packaged with an instrumental version as well as remixes from Redlight and Kilter.

Disciples’ roots were formed when Duvall and Gavin were the only two students on their music tech course who were interested in urban and dance-orientated music. As the duo started to work together, Duvall also started a program to encourage young people to develop their interest in music – one of whom was Luke. But it took another two years and a chance meeting on New Year’s Eve for the trio to commit to a project. They soon found that their individual strengths caused a chemical reaction when mixed together.

Working towards their upcoming debut album, Disciples’ material mixes an eclectic range of references, but shares an infectiously core sound that should infiltrate the mainstream.

Gorgon City – Here For You ft Laura Welsh(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on April 11, 2014 by E.N.

Chopstick & Johnjon ‘Twelve’

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on April 10, 2014 by E.N.

Chopstick & Johnjon 'Twelve'Already well-respected for moving dancefloors with their warm funk-infused brand of house music, Suol label headsChopstick & Johnjon broaden the sound palette with their debut album ‘Twelve’, delivering a superbly crafted work that favours song over track and features vocalist Chris James from Ninja Tune signed band Stateless. 

Good things take time. For listeners out there who still need convincing, quality time with Chopstick & Johnjon‘s debut album, ‘TWELVE’ is in order. That‘s right. An entire album! Despite being busy these last few years tackling market demands with EPs and remixes, they‘ve finally managed to put out a full-length opus.

And what an album it is! This is an album that lets the ever-changing winds of house music blow right on by, and, through what felt like years in the making, has developed a vibrant tonal language that will continue to tell new stories after stories for years to come. During the final Berlin studio sessions last winter, and it was the only way to get through winter, these arrangements fanned the embers of our “suols” into a healthy glow, helping us survive the cold and grey outside. It‘s an album that focuses on song over track, skillfully pleasing listeners without simply fixating on maximum floor effect.

Besides its ample fruition time, the album‘s second most important ingredient is the voice of Chris James, a London-based singer and musician, who often releases music with his band Stateless on !K7 and Ninja Tune. Rumour has it that a list of preferred candidates for vocal features circulated through the studio when recording began. That list was quickly crumpled up and thrown into the studio‘s trash bin the second James‘ soothing vocals took flight.

Ultimately, the studio recording session proved so intuitive and natural that James‘s heart-warming vocal lines and harmonies are featured on eleven of the twelve album tracks.

David K – ‘Out Of Range’

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on April 10, 2014 by E.N.

David K - 'Out Of Range'After more than a decade of notoriety on labels such as Cocoon, B-Pitch and Visionquest, French producer David K’s debut album, ‘Out of Range,’ brings an off-the-radar mixture of romantic melodies on drugs, rocking beats à la parisienne, and sounds to turn you on, released on Tiefschwarz’s ever reliable imprint, Souvenir.

This album has been 10 years in the making. I suppose you could say that this album is a bit like a bedside-table book which transcends all of my influences, my musical history, and my idea of modern music.” David K

David K represents something that’s all too rare in electronic music today: an artist who makes music first and club music second. For him, emotion is paramount, melody is important, the pop format has its perks and original material is always better than a sample. Late at night and early in the morning, he can be found tapping away on his keyboards and throwing together arrangements on the fly (a pianist by training, he can’t bear to make music slouched over a mouse). His only goal is to make something that will keep himself dancing.

Label: Souvenir Music
Cat no: SOUVENIR005CD
Web: www.souvenir-music.com
Distribution: Word & Sound 
Released: Monday May 12th, 2014

Tracklist

  1. Intro Feat. Opium
  2. Roots & Memories
  3. Moogs & Theories
  4. How Beautiful you are
  5. Escale to New York
  6. Pasha
  7. ABCB
  8. Say It I Miss You
  9. Cloven Rock
  10. Escale to Bali
  11. Show Me The Deal
  12. F. Farfa & David K Feat. Dr Felix – Come Up From The Darkness (SnowBall Remix)

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TOP 20 Electro House Promo Chart- April 2014

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 10, 2014 by E.N.

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TOP 20 Electro House Promo Chart- April 2014
Trance/Progressive…

1. Spencer Brown – Chalice (Original Mix) (6:43)
2. New World Sound & Timmy Trumpet – The Buzz (4:27)
3. Dave Winnel & Archie – Satellites (John Glover Remix) (4:24)
4. Junior Sanchez – Baila (5:49)
5. Samual James – Karbon (Original Mix) (5:15)
6. DJ Noise – Biohazard (DJ Code Red Remix) (6:56)
7. Syn Cole – Miami 82 (Kygo Remix) (5:42)
8. David Guetta & Showtek feat Vassy Bad Extended (4:30)
9. DJ Jean – The Launch (D.O.D Remix) RADIO EDIT (3:09)
10. New World Sound – Colours (5:22)
11. Calippo – Back There (EDX Dubai Skyline Remix) (5:48)
12. Lazy Rich and Special Features – Beginning of the World (3:34)
13. Daddy’s Groove & Congorock – Synthemilk (Extended Mix) (5:07)
14. AC Slater Ft. Dell Harris – Go Harder (DevelopMENT Remix) (5:22)
15. Gregori Klosman – Where’s My Money (5:25)
16. BLAQWELL – LIV IT UP (5:09)
17. Yenk – Miami Bitch (6:47)
18. Pharaoh (Original Mix) – Jewelz & Scott Sparks (4:15)
19. Chocolate Puma – Step Back feat. Kris Kiss (Master) (5:43)
20. Shelco Garcia & TEENWOLF – Make Me Jump Original mix (5:02)

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TOP 50 House Promo Chart- April 2014

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 10, 2014 by E.N.

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Some of the best tracks from albums,ep’s,compilations…arrived at our mailbox extramusicnew(at)gmail.com.
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TOP 50 House Promo Chart April 2014
1. aashton – If I’d Known (6:17)
2. Wankelmut – Wasted So Much Time Feat. John La Monica (N’to Remix) (6:45)
3. Deep Dish – Quincy (8:12)
4. Kultissime feat. Linda Lee Hopkins – Take me Back (Bibi’s Pieces of Paradise Mix) (7:13)
5. Ben Orsound – Intra (Intra (Tek Mix)) (6:40)
6. Unit7 – Gave It Up (5:45)
7. Egor – Predetermined City (Radio Edit) (3:12)
8. ZZT – Givin In (5:14)
9. Jaen Paniagua & Pepe Acebal – Lover Quest (Original Mix) (7:24)
10. Demarkus Lewis – The World Is You ( Main Mix ) (7:24)
11. Nick Wolanski & Kathy Brown – Move Your Body (StoneBridge Mix) PN (5:37)
12. MiamiBeachBears – Wicked Game (Original Mix) (6:20)
13. Les Loups – Paradisco (Original Mix) (4:15)
14. Thomas Leyh – Good Bye (Original Mix) (8:46)
15. Masterton – Closer (Robert Babicz Remix) (5:22)
16. Nu Era – Came Into My Life (4:37)
17. Alan de Laniere – Drop (Deeper Mix) (6:52)
18. Alex Session Feat. Nicole Jackson – No Good (5:41)
19. Hannah Wants & Jamie George – Butterflies (Hybrid Theory Remix) (5:30)
20. MarcoFaraone feat. Piegaja – Saw (Locked Groove Remix) (6:13)
21. Changu Jack – Benchmark Method (Original Mix) (6:17)
22. PAN007 01 ElBandidos – Jazzman confessions (6:39)
23. Michael Christopher – Keys To The City (7:45)
24. Cockney Lama – Street Grooves (6:08)
25. DevelopMENT – Sufferin (5:50)
26. Shox – I Know (4:47)
27. Matteo Luis feat. Andrew Westermann – Can’t give back (Vocal Mix) (6:05)
28. Worker Union – Hope Square (Primarie Remix) (11:21)
29. No Government – Lezia (Original Mix) (7:13)
30. Shades Of Gray – Never Alone (Terry Lee Brown Jr remix) (13:09)
31. Marc Cotterell – Takin it back featuring Marck Jamz (Fourwalls Mix) (9:01)
32. Ripley – Chordux / Ripley – 12-3 Recordings (8:19)
33. Hot Since 82 – Like You (Original Mix) (7:18)
34. Shaw Michaels & Steve Radosavac (ft DJ Roland Clark) – State Of The Union (6:20)
35. Counrad – Crushed (Nadja Lind Remix) (5:42)
36. Larry Cadge – Vicious Circle (Original Mix) (8:04)
37. The Miamibeachbears – The Rhythm (Original Mix) (6:36)
38. Impellizzeri & Stupia – B1 All Fat // Original Mix (8:38)
39. Javi Bora & Le Vinyl – Old Beats (7:29)
40. Dominic Martin – My Mind (6:15)
41. Rino Buttice – Off Mind (6:31)
42. Ffunk – Beautiful Mind (Original Mix) (5:47)
43. Noise Frenzy – Tuned Out (Original Mix) (5:47)
44. Andy Reynolds – Back To Bed (Original Mix) (7:20)
45. Worker Union – Slow Ball (Original Mix) (7:04)
46. Chris Honorat – Finally Come (6:44)
47. Franck Roger aka Home Invasion – Clap ur handz (7:34)
48. Goran Tech – Wicked Dream (Original Mix) (7:02)
49. Paolo Rocco – Caution You feat. Wayne Tennant (Vox Mix) (5:55)
50. Kaiserdisco – Tidy Jill (Original Mix) (8:01)

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Sharam “Tripi” coming soon on Seth Troxler’s Play it Say it label(Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 9, 2014 by E.N.

sharam tripiCheck out one of the most talked about records in Miami, Sharam’s new track “Tripi (feat. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band).” It was heard on Pete Tong’s essential selection April 4th and will be released soon on Seth Troxler’s new label “Play it Say it”

Rework- You Play

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on April 9, 2014 by E.N.

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Visionquest welcome  talented  production trio Rework  onto  the label with ‘You Play’, an album of eleven crisp and wonderfully rich tracks combining elegant rhythms with snappy vocals that blurs the distinction between the underground elite and modern popular culture.

Rework are two German boys and a girl from a punk band background. Their ‘You Play’album has a rock n roll attitude to the dancefloor, spiced up with French and English lyrics about the ramblings of that crazy little thing called love.

Following critically acclaimed work on the much ­esteemed Playhouse imprint, their third album signifies a change in intensity for Rework’s Anglo­French funk antics, adding a dash of dancefloor melancholy. Rework understand how music works for the dancefloor with key tracks  such  as  ‘Flowers  and Girlfriends’  and  title  track  ‘You  Play’ cut for serious musicheads,  while  the  futuristic  melodies  of  Rework’s  ‘Perfect  Gun’ have  a  new­wave  feel reaching into sublime pop territory.

Label: Visionquest
Cat no: VQCD005
Web: www.vquest.tv
Distribution: Above Board
Released: Monday May 26th, 2014

Tracklist

  1. Ask You
  2. Rise and Fall
  3. Flowers and Girlfriends
  4. Perfect Gun
  5. You Play
  6. Bouncing Baby
  7. Can You Trust Me
  8. I Cannot Say
  9. When You’re Close To Someone
  10. The Two Sides
  11. Dreaming is Fun

Shinedoe -Illogical Directions

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 9, 2014 by E.N.

ShinedoeThe queen of reinvention, Shinedoe’s third album is a culmination of everything she has achieved to date. From the mesmerizing and melodic‘Circle Of Life’, to the dark and brooding ‘Discourse’ featuring The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, ‘Illogical Directions’ is about letting go, about an artist completely liberated in her studio, making music from the heart and processing all her experiences into one impressive trip.

“I don’t want to make rational choices, it’s important that music can move in any direction, even if it doesn’t really make sense. It’s the only way to completely feel free, to avoid getting trapped in some sort of format.”  Shinedoe

The first lady of Amsterdam, Shinedoe shot into the spotlight a little over a decade ago with a string of omnipresent club hits and an imitable style of stripped back techno with a funky edge. Over sixty releases later, her identity is rooted in techno foundations and Dutch notoriety with a pinch of jazz, funk and dub. Her third album, ‘Illogical Directions’ is bold and adventurous, introducing a seductive side to her down-to-earth nature.

Label: Intacto
Cat no: INTACLP003
Web: www.intactorecords.com/
Released: Monday May 19th, 2014

Tracklist

  1. Release Yourself
  2. Essence
  3. Alto Paraiso
  4. Feat. Karin Dreijer – Discourse my new romance
  5. Panomanic
  6. Pressure Dome
  7. FT. Miss Bunty – Circle of Life
  8. Not So Far
  9. Fe-Male
  10. FT. Jayson Obispo – God’s love
  11. Get Dirty

TOUR DATES:
Mar 22    ALL Night Solo at ParadiSOLO @ Paradiso    Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mar 28    Harry Klein    Munchen, Germany
Apr 04     Weetamix    Geneva, Switzerland
May 03    Bpitch Control @ Panorama Bar    Berlin, Germany
May 23    Illogical Directions Album Tour @ Cafe Gold    Zurich, Switzerland
May 25    Illogical Directions Album Tour @Break Club    Montpellier, France
Jun 07 Illogical Directions Album Tour @ Chocolote Festival     Lausanne


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Scuba – Phenix 1 (PNX001)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 8, 2014 by E.N.

scuba phenixPaul Rose’s Scuba project has seen him make some of the most pertinent and exciting music of the past few years, and through his legendary Hotflush imprint he continues to push innovative, exploratory new club music in every way he sees fit. From winning a coveted DJ Mag award for ‘Best Live Act’ to the release of ‘Update’, a collection of tracks exploring his rich and diverse back catalogue, Scuba enjoyed a remarkable 2013. Now back with ‘Phenix 1’, his first new material since 2012’s acclaimed Hardbody single, expect him to enjoy an equally successful year this time around.

‘Phenix 1’ is the first in a series of three releases that represent a bold new chapter in an already diverse career. “After ‘Triangulation’ I made a conscious effort to do the opposite thing that people expected of me”, Scuba himself explains, “..which is obvious in the contrast between that album and the ‘Adrenalin’ EP, the ‘Personality’ album and then the ‘Talk Torque’ and ‘Hardbody’ singles – those two tracks especially were the furthest I could push that approach. I feel like it’s time to move on now and the Phenix series is quite a large step away from that sound and that approach to things.”

Having originally made his name as a pioneering dubstep producer in the genre’s formative period, Scuba has since gone on to develop a distinctive sound incorporating elements of house, techno and even disco. Inspired (though not defined) by a move in 2007 to Berlin and close ties to it’s revered Berghain club, he has continually set the benchmark for others to follow in the world of underground electronic music. Now intent on exhibiting a different sonic approach to that which made him a fixture in top clubs across the globe, Scuba is ready to make waves with the first installment of the Phenix series.

“There’s still a strong dance floor element to it all but with a much greater emphasis on mood and atmospherics”, Scuba himself says of the EP. “There are elements of all the different stages my production work has taken in previously too, but the result is a bit different to all of them.”

Full to the brim with ingenuity and underpinned by a firm desire to tread it’s own path, Scuba’s ‘Phenix 1’ ranks as some of the most intriguing work of his career to date.

A1. Throb
A2. Cyanide
B1. Time Relentless Time
B2. Curious Paradox

Release date: April 14th, 2014

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