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The fourth release from our friends in Malmö based label House Music With Love comes in form of the compilation EP “From Malmö With Love” (drops November 2nd), amazing deep house and techno sounds courtesy of three local, up and coming producers namely Josefine Hellström Hansson, Edgar Ariza and Alex Moda who each contributes with a smasher of a track.

The EP is already supported by some major players such as Groove Armada, Robert Babitz, Piemont, Animal Trainer, Marc Poppke, Ilario Alicante, Horse Meat Disco, Nick Warren, Gabriel Ananda, Âme etc.

The writer’s out in LA are currently enjoying the long nights out, the sweaty humid days, and of course, all of the festivals that come as the reward for dealing with bad traffic, smog, and reality TV stars.

What the team is really excited for is the upcoming FYF festival. So excited, that we gathered some of our favorite songs from artist’s on the lineup to get everyone ready for the fantastic times ahead.

The festival will be on this August 22 and 23rd, and while so many of the Festivals in Southern California happen in “the greater Los Angeles area (Indio, Palm Springs, San Bernadino, Pomona), this one happens to be directly in the city at the The LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park.

With a killer lineup, FYF is set for another successful year. Purchase tickets via their site, and check out their roster and our playlist below.


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The stunning Dimensions Festival has just announced its first round of names for the festival which will take place August 26th – 30th at the breathtaking 19th century Fort Punta Christo in Pula, Croatia.

One of the true bastions of electronic music culture, the festival is very proud to reveal the first names to perform and they include Moodymann, Ben Klock, Lil Louis, Mount Kimbie (DJ set), John Talabot, Surgeon, Rödhåd, Anthony Parasole, Truncate, Ben UFO, Pearson Sound, Pangaea, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Daniel Avery, Horse Meat Disco, Jeremy Underground, DJ Deep. Plus there will be many more artists to be announced soon.

The Dimensions Festival Opening Concert will take place on August 26th and it will be a truly spectacular show set in a 2000-year old Roman amphitheatre, with live performances from Four Tet, Little Dragon and Floating Points.

Get your tickets here!


Apr 29 2013

franskild is a dj/production duo that consists of two Swedes currently living in Copenhagen that are also part of Middle Eastern Heavy Bass trio Compadre. The influences for franskild ranges from “the blissful sounds and magnificence of the early eighties house music, 90’s french touch, mid-00’s jackin house and contemporary UK-garage”.

Last friday the duo released their debut EP “Majestic Mountains” on Australian label Sweat It Out and the EP has already garnered attention from among others Etienne De Crécy, Ben Mono, Nick Catchdubs, Horse Meat Disco, AutoKratz, Aston Shuffle and Peking Duk.

Below you’ll find all the tracks off the EP along with a promo mix (that includes the track “SF94” from Discobelle Records family Wool) done to showcase the dreamlike, melancholy and epic house sound of this up and coming duo.

Horse meat is both a questionable beef alternative as well as a camp of dancefloor disco camp divas with a skill for digging up old records and bringing out the special something that we forgot about in them. For Tambi’s “You Don’t Know”, Horse Meat Disco bring the keys to the forefront and space out a bit under the track’s powerful gospel-style vocals. The original already packs a punch, and though their improvements are subtle, the end product comes out sounding even more polished.

Download it below in exchange for your social insurance number. Just joking, they only want your email.

Tambi – You Don’t Know (Horse Meat Disco Edit)

Acclaimed London DJ collective Horse Meat Disco return in June with the third instalment in their essential compilation series bringing together rare disco, ‘80s boogie, electro, fresh edits and all-new dancefloor discoveries. Mixed by resident DJs James Hillard, Jim Stanton, Severino and Filthy Luka, this new edition packs in 28 incendiary tracks for guaranteed dancefloor heaven.

The entire second disc of Horse Meat Disco’s latest mix on Strut focuses on the after-hours disco sub-genre known as Sleaze, made popular at seminal NYC night clubs like The Saint.

Grab a free edit of Wham’s “Love Maker” that Horse Meat Disco slap around the room with some classy drums and chugging, building momentum below in return for your email address. Or grab the vinyl on Phonica!

Wham – Love Maker (Horse Meat Disco Edit)