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Los Angeles based house producer, Steve Huerta, unleashes a fresh EP for the Newington label. With only 2 previous releases featuring tracks from the likes of PBR Streetgang, Ejeca and Tom Flynn, it’s safe to say the Newington has their finger on the pulse.

Enter, Steve Huerta. This dudes production’s are so fresh and so clean, it hurts! Yet, in the immortal words of one John Cougar Mellencamp, “hurt’s so good!” The ‘Off The Plate EP’ showcases three original cuts of slick, stripped back stompers. Syncopated chords, smooth sub bass and clicky-clacky percussions permeate each tune with an overwhelming and warming glow of euphoria.

The kind folks over at Newington shot over the three original tracks for premiere, hear em first below:

Buy the 12″ HERE.


European house collective / imprint, House Is OK, are back after a nice little hiatus with a solo EP from label partner, Janis. The ‘Parental Advisory House EP’ sees’ Janis is fine form and embarking down paths of house previously untravelled by the eclectic producer. Notes of classic garage and broken beat permeate the release and, though these styles are very much en vogue, Janis injects a uniqueness that is both refreshing and funky.


Too early to go home, too late to stay still… The award winning Future Disco series sets the tone for 2014 with their seventh instalment ’Til The Lights Come Up’ After a successful third summer residency in conjunction with Carl Cox at Space in Ibiza, Future Disco’s Sean Brosnan delivers a seventeen track compendium that pays tribute to those that keep pace until the end of the night. A true revival of that magical time in the early hours when the senses are on edge and emotions run high, visiting the timeless space when the DJ keeps you moving until the lights come up.”

To celebrate the release Future Disco are giving away their own Edit of ‘Tempelhof – Drake’; a synth led dreamy number that perfectly encapsulates the mood of the compilation. This edit is only downloadable for the next 48 hours, so get it while it’s hot!!

Release Date: 18th February

Pre Order on Itunes

Pre Order CD

And here is an exclusive look at the the Future Disco vol 7 promo video:

Tracklist after the jump.

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Oh. My. GAWD! Aussie based imprint, Sweat It Out, hit pay dirt with this one! Silversix is coming straight out of Melbourne with this slinky, stomper of a track, ‘Love What You Feel’. As a resident at Revolver Upstairs, Ben has played alongside the likes of Amine Edge, Round Table Knights and Nice7.


Las Vegas based producer DeAira presents “Flow Like That,” the first single off her upcoming three track release called Cherchez La Felle. In the track, DeAira earnestly asks “can you come over and let the night just flow” in between undulating waves of rhythmic drums. There’s a bit of discretion used by keeping it simple and letting intricate details fill the beat, creating bold fusion jazz wave. DeAira will be releasing one song at the end of each month through March and “Flow Like That” is just the appetizer.


London-based French producer Danton Eeprom has a new album “If Looks Could Kill” out in February on InFine but before that, he’s sharing a few remixes of the lead single which we’re happy to premiere one of today. The original track sees Danton take his techno/electronica sounds and head further into leftfield pop territory while Birkii provides the vocals. Check out the Man Power remix below.


UK producer and Body Work alumnus Aashton is working on a couple of things. In addition to upcoming 12″s on labels like Loungin’ and Delayed Audio, he’s also been working on a three track EP (aptly titled EP1) that he’s graciously giving away to fans over Christmas. But to kick things off, we’re proud to present the leading track “All U Need” today on Discobelle. Thumping bass lines that will rattle your speakers and hypnotically repetitive vocals singing “I’ve got all the flavor you need” will make you want to make this song your lover.

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Earlier this year, UK house duo Semedo made their debut on John Power’s Body Work Label (Waze & Odyssey, Aashton, LPZ, etc) and have gone on to release tracks on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech. Today the two prove again why they’re worthy of being DJmag.com darlings with a brand new track “I’ll Be There,” which we’re happy to premiere today.