Future House | Christofi Funkifies Mariah Carey’s “Emotions”

Posted by on January 6, 2015


Released in 1991, Mariah Carey’s “Emotions” took the 90’s dance genre by storm, maintaining the number one position for weeks on Billboard’s Top charts. Christofi just put the original on its face with this funkadelic composition filled with sexy piano’s and that heavy futuristic bassline making its permanent impression on house music today. Christofi is making a name for himself as the baron of dance – tuning the right balance between r&b/pop and the trendiest in electronic sounds. Scope this free download, DJ’s its a guaranteed party starter.

Progressive House | Tom Staar & Ansolo – Totem

Posted by on July 22, 2014

Tom Staar & Ansolo - Totem
I told you the story of Ansolo and FNT in my last post so it is incredible to see him with his mentor Tom Staar releasing a tune on one of the most prestigious dance labels around, Size Records. We have seen a return to the bounce in dance music, not just what Melbourne has been doing for quite some time that is making waves across the world, but also groovier bass lines finding their way back into big time dance music. This tune has it all with an irresistible low end and a surprisingly soothing melody all wrapped up with strong tribal influences. It has already hit number 10 on the iTunes dance chart, so grab “Totem” below.

iTunes | Beatport

Deep House | Calippo – Need A Friend (Original Mix)

Posted by on July 3, 2014

Reaching as high as number two on the Beatport deep house charts, Calippo strikes gold with his Enormous Tunes’s “Need A Friend” release. If he continues to release tracks like this, everyone will want to be his friend. This is a tune and a half. Go support it on Beatport. Wooooooooo!

Purchase: Calippo – Need A Friend (Original Mix)


Progressive House | Hook N Sling ft. Karin Park – Tokyo By Night (Axwell Remix)

Posted by on April 28, 2014

Hook N Sling ft. Karin Park - Tokyo By Night (Axwell Remix)There are no words to describe just how mindblowingly good this song is. “Tokyo By Night” has been floating around the internet for close to three years, in classic Axwell fashion, but now you can buy it on Beatport. It rivals “Payback” for the tune of the year and as of now, a race that should go neck and neck well into the summer. This is about as close as you get to perfection. The only way this doesn’t go Beatport number one is if Dimitri Vegas & Like buy enough “Tremor” enough to keep it at the top.

Beatport: Hook N Sling ft. Karin Park – Tokyo By Night (Axwell Remix)

Progressive House | Klingande – Jubel (Martell Bootleg)

Posted by on March 14, 2014


Martin Fjaestad, a 19 year old Swedish producer has just released his bootleg of the much beloved “Jubel” by Klingande. He has kept the signature saxophone as well as a large portion of the original but has made it even more melodic with a huge progressive melody that takes over the build and the drop. Overall, the original is probably better but this holds up pretty well against it.

Free Download: Klingande – Jubel (Martell Bootleg)

Progressive House | The Chainsmokers vs. Tove Lo – Habits

Posted by on January 7, 2014


With their latest remix of Tove Lo’s “Habits”, The Chainsmokers wanted to find the middle ground between the bass heavy, hardstyle kick filled festival tracks that we all love even though they all sound the same, and the more typical progressive sound that they are accustomed to. They successfully did that by having multiple distinct drops that incorporate both of those sounds. The drops progress into one another creating an interesting, dynamic track while fulfilling their desire to explore the festival realm. They’ve released a very large number of tracks in the past year so it’s hard to rank them but I would say this is one of their better ones.

Free Download: The Chainsmokers vs. Tove Lo – Habits

House, Review, Trance | Middy’s Top 10 Tracks Of 2013

Posted by on December 20, 2013

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It’s that time of the year, the deluge of top something lists are being forced down your throat, for better or for worse, and we are not going to miss out on the party. In addition, to more general top tracks, albums or the year type of things, some of us have chosen our favorites of the year. Start the countdown.