Premiere: Listen to Old Boy’s “The Mallet Loop”

This September Tremors will release the Tracer EP from Old Boy – the new moniker of Andrew Langfield (Unknown Entity/ Wireman). This is a 4 track EP of glitchy, hypnotic dance grooves and an uptempo Detroit-techno inspired remix by Tremors resident Arctor.

We are happy to premiere “The Mallet Loop” to you today, which you can listen to below:

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Global Vibe Radio 076 feat. Exilles

Exilles is a project born from the alchemy of two minds, united by a common desire to undermine, compose and recompose deep techno sounds with a mystical and enigmatic imagery. They strictly perform live, orchestrating ancestral ceremonies with analog machines and modular synthesizers, whose dark and hypnotic sounds chase the persistent in a synesthetic atmosphere.

A techno duo from Torino, Italy, Exilles’ sound is captivating and enthralling, a maze of tunnels, stairs, niches that form hypnotic soundscapes that invite you to go even deeper.
 Their goal is to produce techno built around the polarity of light and darkness, black and white, continuously keeping listened poised between opposites, between consciousness and raving.

Enjoy their exclusive one-hour mix for 6AM’s Global Vibe Radio below, and download it for FREE here.

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Premiere: Joel Edwards Drops Debut “Find Our Love” EP Under London Fields Moniker

Joel Edwards aka London Fields is known for his ability to produce and carefully craft a plethora of different sounds. Over the years he has worked with various artists from different genres and styles, including the likes of Chicane, Joey Negro, The Underwolves, DJ Pulse, Ed Case, Eliot James, Planet Funk, Skin, Georgie Fame and the BBC Session Orchestra to name but a few. He’s also remixed for Blondie, Texas, Pixie Lott and Sway. On top of this, Joel’s previous band Deepest Blue had top ten chart success in the UK and abroad.

With the backing of Friday Fox Recordings, Joey’s new project London Fields has already received big support. Danny Howard, MJ Cole, Grant Nelson and Joey Negro are amongst the names that have given a big thumbs up for the five-track EP, which goes by the name of Find Our Love. On producing the EP, London Fields added:

” I just needed to get in the lab and have fun. I love mistakes in records, and tend to try and keep the first few takes of whatever is played as that’s the feeling and energy I’m trying to capture.”


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Premiere: Listen to Kydus Drop Debut Track “Markeeta’s Way” on Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters Label

Following successful musical outings on well-known and respected imprints the likes of Suara, Toolroom Knights, Incorrect Music and Circus Recordings, British producer and DJ Kydus returns once more with a powerful debut single on Danny Howard’s brand-new Nothing Else Matters imprint.

Entitled “Markeeta’s Way” the track marks another big moment in 2017 for the Liverpool artist, who has so far played events at Eden Ibiza’s opening party and Do Not Sleep at Ministry of Sound, as well as a set at Warehouse Project as part of ‘Yousef Presents Circus’ in October.

This track follows his highly acclaimed two track Free Spirit EP which received support from the likes of Carl Cox, Hot Since 82, Nic Fanciulli, and Skream. His recent release, First Contact was awarded the honor of Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune.’

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Premiere: Sydney Blu and Dantiez Saunderson Combine for “Inspirato”

Saturated with infectious grooves and sturdy beats, Sydney Blu & Dantiez’ Saunderson’s ‘Inspirato EP’ on UNDR the RADR has late-night rave written all over it.

Culminating to two tasty House cuts in the form of ‘”Inspirato”’ and Sydney Blu’’s solo single ‘”Take It Back”’, this EP fills out dance floors within seconds. Today we are premiering the title track from the release, which is available tomorrow August 25th on all major outlets.

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Q&A and Global Vibe Radio 075 feat. Love & Logic

Love & Logic is the DJ duo/ production outfit made up of NYC based DJs Chris Love and AB Logic. With a lifetime of experience behind the turntables, and as co-owners of SOUP NYC, Love & Logic are staples in the underground house and techno community of New York City and the United States. The duo currently hold an official monthly SOUP DJ residency at the city’s world-renowned Cielo nightclub, and make regular appearances at the highly regarded Output and TBA venues, all on top of having cracked into the festival circuit with a monster set at NYC’s 2015 Electric Daisy Carnival.

Love & Logic released their debut single “Righteous Way” on the world famous King Street Sounds record label and haven’t looked back since. 2015 saw massive records from Love & Logic including hit singles “Big Booty Bitches” on Riva Starr’s Snatch! Recordings, and “Bicycle Seat” on the storied Guesthouse Music label. In 2016 they released their single “Hot Business” feat. Derrick Carter, on their own SOUP label, in addition to a massive EP on Junior Sanchez’s Brobot Records.

This week they are the guests on our Global Vibe Radio podcast, and took the chance to chat with us about their career and more. Listen to the mix below and read on for the exclusive interview and full track listing at the end of the article.

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Premiere: Listen to Native Origin’s “Calvin Klein” from “28 Nights” EP

In today’s oversaturated dance music market, if you catch yourself chasing trends then you’ve already lost. Native Origin won’t be pigeonholing himself anytime soon, though. The Denver DJ and producer has incorporated a multitude of sounds into his debut EP, 28 Nights, whose unique four-on-the-floor style sounds like nothing else out there.

House, techno, trance, trap and breakbeat have each found themselves in Native Origin’s repertoire at one time or another. When his production expertise reached the professional level he asked himself, “Why not mix them all together?” The five singles he turned out within the 28 days that followed are as danceable as they are cerebral; they’re an exercise in breaking all the rules while maintaining an accessible appeal and cutting a record that makes a singular, memorable musical statement.

The first song on the EP is “Get It Get It,” which opens up with sublimely textured bass kicks before a chorus of sounds on the high end weave their way into the arrangement. The song goes through a series of well-executed changes whose influences include G house and Orlando breaks.

Calvin Klein” follows, painted from a shade of the electronic music spectrum that falls somewhere between tech house and minimal techno. A syncopated drum pattern perfectly segues the first part of the song into the next, at which point a resonant, throbbing bass line underscores the echoing male vocal refrain on the top line.

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Freddy Be and Savi Leon Release “Benevolence” EP Including Joeski, Ki Creighton and Doc Martin Remixes

Los Angeles production duo Freddy Be and Savi Leon join forces for their debut on Ki Creighton’s Under No Illusion label.

The four-track Benevolence EP includes a mesmerizing new single from the two veteran artists, as well as three distinct remixes from the likes of West Coast house legend Doc Martin, East Coast producer Joeski and label-boss Ki Creighton.

The original itself is a dreamy piece that is bound to capture dance floors for the rest of summer and beyond. Already armed with the support of industry titans the likes of Sasha, Groove Armada, Josh Butler, Huxley, Marques Wyatt, Technasia, Joris Voorn and Dennis Ferrer, “Benevolence” is beautifully and seductive, and immediately transports listeners to the familiar dance floors of Ibiza. Perfect to set the mood or to end a set in alluring style, the track is built upon a tribal rhythm and captivating vocal sample, as well as entrancing piano notes throughout.

The remixes are all individual renditions worthy of play in their own right. Joeski’s re-work is a deeper and darker affair filled with new instrumentation that makes this stand out from the original. Ki Creighton’s version is tech-house to its core, carried forward by a sub baseline and groovy perc loops. Rounding of the EP is Doc Martin and his characteristic sound, a remix filled with acid stabs and analogue baselines.

Enjoy them all below and if you’re in LA don’t miss MNS Presents Full Circle feat Joeski: Benevolence Record Release tonight!

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Premiere: Listen to the Sandy Turnbull Remix of Skydoll’s “Feel You” ft Timotha Lanae

‘Feel You’ is a slice of contemporary dance floor soul from the brand new Minneapolis trio, Skydoll.  Featuring the sensual vocal talents of UK Soul Chart topper Timotha Lanae (‘Red’ / ‘Rewind’ albums), Skydoll has delivered an absolutely stunning debut where Timotha’s emotive vocals glide over a backdrop of lush sweeping strings, warm Rhodes and bubbling electronica. UK producer Sandy Turnbull turns out a bewitchingly seductive Deep House rendition, underpinned by a rousing melancholic groove and Scandinavia’s Opolopo delivers a classy sublime outing, laced with uber cool jazz tones set to a platter of abstract beats.

Skydoll first encountered Timotha Lanae at the famed, First Avenue in Minneapolis (Purple Rain), where she was performing with legendary Soul singer Alexander O’Neal. Having been captivated by Timotha’s performance, Skydoll spent the next year attempting to track her down to no avail. Whilst in the studio with world renowned bassist Billy Peterson, he invited Skydoll to a club to check out a singer he was working with. Low and behold it was Timotha Lanae, the very singer Skydoll had been searching for! ‘Feel You’ was the result of this fated meeting.

MacGregor Teigen, Brandon Dalida and Paul Ryan are Skydoll.  All hailing from Minneapolis, Skydoll’s roots span the musical spectrum: 1970’s Disco & Soul, Kraftwerk, Giorgio Moroder  Nile Rodgers, The Minneapolis Sound (Prince, Alexander O’Neal, Andre Cymone, Morris Day) and many more. Skydoll have lived in many different places around the world, from Lancashire, Berlin, Amsterdam, Detroit, New York and even Honolulu, which has inspired and brought extra colour to their sound.

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Premiere: Listen to Julius Jetson’s Playa House Remix of Betty Moon’s “Life Is But A Dream”

Betty Moon has dreamt up a new collection of songs ready for release in 2017. The second single from Betty Moon’s forthcoming album is “Life Is But A Dream”. The new collection of songs from the Toronto-born and Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter sees Moon diving into influences from electronic music, dance, pop and future house.

Moon will be releasing a series of singles from the album paired with music videos that take the viewer down the rabbit hole of her larger-than-life style, lyrics and sound. Put together as a concept album, Moon spent the last year carefully crafting songs that capture the story of her new life in Hollywood after relocation from Toronto.

For the remix, up-and-coming producer Julius Jetson adds an exciting Playa House spin to Betty’s latest Synthpop gem, which you can listen to exclusively below.

A true DC native, Julius Jetson has been deeply involved in the district’s music scene for half a decade, rapidly transitioning from an event planner to producer. His music is at the cutting edge of gangsta house, a new genre that combines the best of classic Chicago house music with the power of the gangsta rap/hip-hop sound to create music that is simultaneously deeply traditional and cutting edge. He was named as one of Complex’s magazine’s “Top 10 Producers To Watch This Year” and has received support from the entire span of dance music’s premier talent including The Chainsmokers, Justin Martin, Felix Cartel, Malaa, Danny Howard, SNBRN, Dr. Fresch, Hotel Garuda, Bijou, Gigamesh, and many others.

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