Posted by VMan on December 2, 2016
LA-based duo Gutter Brothers bless us with another single, this time taking Kolia’s “We Go” and transforming it into a dark and deep house experience that’s hard not to love. Released on Solmatic Records, this instrumental conveys the hypnotizing vibes that classic house delivers, and then some.
Gutter Brothers, who previously focused on trap, seem to be switch gears, and it’s working. Their twist on house is refreshing in a world saturated by so much of it.
Gutter Brothers plan to make bigger moves in 2017. Keep an eye out for more action from them soon.
Posted by VMan on December 2, 2016
Greek producers Livin R and Dino Romeo, take on Sofi Tukker’s smash hit “Drinkee” and bring the Mediterranean vibes with them. Reminiscent of Edward Maya, or Mahmut Orhan, meets Manu Chao, this remix just makes me want to hit the clubs, and get my suave on. If it’s cold where you are, but Friday’s keeping you up, get your groove on to this heater. This is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on December 1, 2016
We’ve got a clutch new track from New York- based production duo MEMBA, who’ve made waves over the past few months with hits like “Ritual” off Elysian Records and “One” off Deep Root Records through their signature tribal trap sound. Their latest release off Elysian “Heat of The Moment” continues the momentum, incorporating elements of trap with a chill melody and hip-hop influenced sounds to create a dance friendly track with vocal assistance from GIIA and Hoosh.
Posted by VMan on November 28, 2016
The thing I like the most about Bricks is in a world filled with every type of house genre you could imagine, he still finds a way to define himself and bring an original experience to his fans. His first 3 releases have merited great support right out of the door. Locking in tens of thousands of plays per track.
Today, Bricks has released “Bounce” a song that taps into the type of sounds of the previous trio, but still delivers on an all-it’s-own feel – my favorite part being that 808 bass that flys up and down at just the right moment. The solo artist has joined this track with his previous to form the Bounce EP. Bricks has it together and will surely continue to grow.
Artists, Deep House, Exclusive, Home, Interviews | INTERVIEW // Nora En Pure is poetry in motion & in music
Posted by mimada on November 23, 2016
Close your eyes and imagine… Warm air on your skin, soft sand between your toes, the sound of waves gently lapping up on the shore, and the most spectacular assortment of red, pink, orange and violet melting together in a firey, captivating sunset in front of you, framed by the silhouettes of swaying palm trees and hibiscus flowers. This is feeling that South African producer Nora En Pure invokes in her listeners with her melodic, serendipitous and yet surprisingly deep house tracks. A part of the Enormous Tunes and Helvetic Nerds labels alongside artists like EDX, Sons of Maria and Croatia Squad, you’d most likely recognize Nora En Pure for her hits such as “Come With Me,” “Saltwater,” and her most recent release,“Tell My Heart” featuring Dani Senior.
What captivates me about Nora’s music, however, is that from an immediate listen, you get a sense that her music truly goes much deeper than a solid beat and an uplifting melody; not something you find often in the popular music scene. Even more so, her aura is effortlessly cool and her success is unwavering regardless of the “female disadvantage” some attribute to the electronic industry. For these reasons, in addition to a sheer admiration for her jams, I was absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to pick Nora’s brain about her and her music in advance of her show at Effex in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For those seeking a getaway ~ be it on the dancefloor, a beach, or even lost in your headphones ~ I recommend purifying your life with Nora En Pure’s beats.
Posted by VMan on November 22, 2016
LA based Richard Vission re-emerges today to break us off with a fun slice off bass house. If you were fortunate enough to catch The DJ/Producer recently on Back To Vinyl Tour alongside Bad Boy Bill, chances are you’ve already got down to this jam.