WOOOOAH mindblown. We just featured a new track from TastyTreat last week, and since then they’veÂ returned with yet another incredibly produced, and incredibly different piece of sonic art, “Summer (Don’t Go).” An indie dance vintage vibe dripping in lighthearted soulful lyrics reminiscing on Summer’s inevitableÂ kiss goodbye. I am a huge fan.
“Summer (Don’t Go)” comes as the fourth release on Lowly Palace’s urban imprint: Lowly.
Rex The Dog is here to make sure you have the best summer ever.
Following his return on Kompakt this year with his Sicko EP, Rex The Dog (aka Jake Williams) teams up with the label to bring us just over an hour of acid infused techno, funky slow burning house music and just about everything in-between. With live sets scheduled throughout summer and a new EP set to be released later this year, this mix is just a taste of what we can expect from Williams in 2015.
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MSCLS flexes his softer side with this latest free cut, ‘Time To Move,’ which features the vocal talents of Carmen Clayton and some serious baby-makin’ flavors.
Free download on this one… find MSCLS on your favorite social media:
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Recently I’ve been getting lost in the world of previously undiscovered 12″ extended mixes for tracks that I didn’t know had club friendly alternative versions.
While New Order’s classic “Bizarre Love Triangle” is already perfectly tailored for dance parties worldwide, there’s something especially satisfying about Shep Pettibone’s dub version, which edits out all the vocals and lets the lightning drums and absolutely un-improvable snyth line speak for itself. Something spiritual about it all, y’know?