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Miesiąc Wrzesień 2017

Hotel Garuda – Till It Burns Out (feat. Violet Skies) [QUIX Remix]

caught some chill vibes for this track!

strictly for vibes only…

few headbangers here…

wanted to try a new thing for this remix and explore the genres, i didn’t really choose future bass for this remix but it just came out of what i was imagining for this song. while writing this i didn’t have a vision of djs playing it out or mixing in with it. it was purely made just for listening and good vibes – let me know your thoughts and hope you enjoy it!

Premiere: Shadowchild & Bodhi – UM (MJ Cole Remix)

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Inkline – Crosshatch (Aurbs Remix)

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Next up from the Punk Music camp comes the debut single from Brighton bass-fiend, Inkline
Inkline solidified his introduction to the label roster on board the Punks Music Shipsomnia Tour in June, playing on board the luxury liner as it cruised around the Mediterranean and at our giant Ibiza pool party alongside Stanton Warriors, Plump DJs, Taiki Nulight, Marten Hørger, Mafia Kiss & Aurbs.
Crosshatch is proof that it’s more than just his Balearic love affair with Marten Hørger that earned Inkline his spurs. We’ve watched this track destroy dancefloors in 3 different countries and wreak absolute havoc in international waters. It’s a sub flexing 808 monster with solid drums, a swung topline and catchy vocal chops throughout.
This one’s a classic club roller that will be in your box for months to come!
On the B side, Aurbs provides his own darker take on Crosshatch with a 2-step influenced, broken-beat banger.

Pholo – Sorry (OUT NOW)

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Release Date: 10th August 2017
Label: Liquid Ritual
Cat. Number: LR007
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In his debut for Liquid Ritual, Pholo brings you ‚Sorry’, a unique apology which blends woodblocks, whistling winds, glitching vocals and chaotic synth patterns.

This scintillating track combines relentless urgent melodies with darker bass undertones, to create an expansive vibe which would sound equally at home at a festival as it would in the club.

With ‚Sorry’ in your ears, the hypnotic rhythms penetrate your soul and you will be compelled to move to the beat.

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Krewella – Be There (Cloudsz Remix)

Was a pleasure working with the Krewella team for this one!

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Premiere – Opening Up (Petko Turner Edit)Electro Boogie Funk Free DL

Chromeo – Opening Up
Dance Edit By Petko Turner

The duo met in the mid-1990s at Collège Stanislas in Montreal. Speaking on their different ethnic backgrounds, the two jokingly describe themselves as „the only successful Arab/Jewish partnership since the dawn of human culture.”

Around the time when they were both 15, Macklovitch joined Gemayel’s band. During this time, Macklovitch’s younger brother A-Trak (of Duck Sauce) started winning the Disco Mix Club Championships, becoming World Champion in 1997. After the band, Dave 1 and P-Thugg started to produce hip hop music together. Also at this time, Tiga was working with Dave 1 at a record store and asked Dave 1 to work on a project for his label, Turbo. Dave 1 and P-Thugg signed as Chromeo and started creating music together.

Reviews of their 2004 debut album, She’s in Control, were mostly favorable. Critics compared the sound to 1980s groups Hall & Oates,[9][10] Klymaxx and Sylvester. „Needy Girl” became a worldwide club hit.[12] According to Dave 1, „She’s in Control didn’t blow up. But we had „Needy Girl”, and „Needy Girl” was like a musical passport. That song went all around the world and DJs played it everywhere”. The song „You’re So Gangsta” was featured as the theme tune for the PC game Space Colony.

In 2005, Chromeo released a mix CD of funky dance tracks on Eskimo Belgium records entitled Un Joli Mix Pour Toi (French for: A Nice Mix for You). In 2006, the group was featured in DJ Mehdi’s song „I Am Somebody”. During early 2007, Chromeo supported indie rock group Bloc Party on their British tour.

After a three-year break, they released a second album, Fancy Footwork, which also received positive reviews. Chromeo and Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates teamed up in the Summer of 2008 for a jam session on Live from Daryl’s House. They also performed together at the 2010 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN.

Chromeo released their third studio album, Business Casual, on September 14, 2010. As of 2016, the music video for the album’s single „Night by Night” had received over 3 million views on YouTube. The band has appeared on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, been on the cover of Future Magazine,[20] and sold out The Forum in London.

At the beginning of March 2011, Chromeo sent out notice that they had recorded the „world’s smallest album”, entitled Drive Time, which consists of 55 songs in only 183 seconds. About a week later, it was revealed that Drive Time is actually a free musical Nokia Own Voice satellite navigation pack for Ovi Maps, made for usage with Nokia’s compatible cell phones. A red vinyl 5″ single consisting of regular, instrumental and a cappella versions of „Turn Left” and „Follow” was released to promote it, with a sticker on the shrink wrap saying that it was a numbered limited edition of 40 copies.