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Los Angeles based house producer/dj Bobby Nourmand had a huge year last year 2017 with support from big media outlets such Mixmag, DJ Mag, and Pete Tong on BBC Radio, alongside a number of chart-topping accolades across Spotify, Shazam, Hype Machine etc.

To start off 2018, Bobby is unveiling the launch of his own label DITN with the release of his “SUBTERRANEAN” EP. The EP marks him moving into a darker sounding territory with a focus on dark bassline and hard hitting drums, it’s still soulful and moving house music but with an edge that slants toward a techno sound.

“King Tong” is a slick new tech house track from mysterious Miami-based production duo SLUGGERS. A lot of folks have seemed to opt for the enigmatic approach, especially after the success of ZHU and so far, it’s working for SLUGGERS. It’s a menacing fast-tempo-ed track with a repetitive robotic vocal loop that almost sounds like “Pete Tong” over and over again. DJs – save this track for your late late night sets to rile up the crowd.

Our fine friends at Mixmag have premiered a Maceo Plex remix of Royksopp’s “Sordid Affair.” How this track has existed on the internet for several days before I caught wind of it, I’ll never know. I’ll accept the failure and pray that Maceo Plex has the heart to forgive me.

The prolific deep house producer was just named #5 on Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs list and it’s apparent why. Maceo Plex’s rework of “Sordid Affair” is incredibly lush and what I imagine the angels in heaven are spinning on their turntables.

Rowan Jones aka Route 94 is about to make your weekend a whole lot better.

His newest release “Shards Of Glass” is a creepy yet funky synth-driven piece of house music. No surprise here that this beautifully produced track slams with a rattling sub bass and 80’s keyboard licks, additionally it’s smooth rolling bassline and piano stabs make it a perfect addition to any musical library.

The best part? It’s available for free download thanks to our friends over at Mixmag. So go on and get your dancing shoes ready, you’re gonna need them.

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Mysterious producer Blackedout returns with low slung bass and breezy synthladen track “Champagne”, it still manages to maintain a pop sensibility thanks to the chopped The Spinners vocal sample. (Via Mixmag)