Albeit summer seems to have departed here in Sweden, we made a mix of summery house for our brethren over at the amazing London based blog Sloth Boogie. Enjoy and reminisce about all the fun you had these past months.
We made another playlist for the fine people over at Deezer, check out our selection of hot summer tunes!
Ease into the weekend with our mix for Swedish national radio and the show Musikguiden i P3 that aired on tuesday, listen below.
The title track is 6+ minutes of straight forward, steady grooving house with an ominous undertone of dark keys that are polarized by a cut up soulful vocal sample.
“Lose It” is perhaps more of a dj tool with an unresistable vocal sample urging the listener to “lose it”, this is will most likely be the end result when the track is played for an unsuspecting dancefloor during peak hours.
The EP ends with “Right Things” which has already seen plenty of love and established itself in many dj sets. Essentially an uplifting and deep piano house track, there’s plenty of piano stabs in here interspersed with the melodic vocals. This is one for the summer parties!
As a very special gift for our Swedish readers, by using the code 7q6G777m you’ll get 2 free months when registering for Deezer Premium+. Sorry international friends, this only works on Swedish computers/smartphones.
Originally from Australia but now residing in Los Angeles, Craig Williams is an up and coming producer that had a fantastic 2013 with a release together with Louisahhh!!! of Bromance along with a series of choice tracks/remixes and he’s someone that you should be paying close attention to.
His “Saw Throat” EP was just released by Aussie label Club Sweat (sublabel of Sweat It Out) and it brandishes two tracks of vibesfilled, deep and dark techno – the EP has already seen support from big players such as Claude VonStroke, Crookers, Yolanda Be Cool, Sinden, Astronomar, Beataucue, Nick Catchdubs, RUFUS and more.
He’s also releasing an EP together with Charles I with us here at Discobelle Records in the beginning of April, be sure to check that out and be prepared to be blown away.
With a forthcoming release coming soon right here on Discobelle Records, Toronto gentleman Meech goes into deep house territory with added piano stabs and an infectious vocal sample.
Also, check out Meech when he hits WMC in Miami in about two weeks where he’ll be playing an array of wild parties.