So, I was just stumbling around the internet looking for music, as one does. I happened upon this little gem by the name of No Use. The genre is labeled as “Get Weird”, which is very fitting. It comes from an Australian duo called Indian Summer, and my god is it cool. Definitely worth a listen and a purchase (sorry not a freebie, disappointing to say the least).
Would you like 40 stellar deep and tech house tracks from Toolroom Records, featuring a starstudded lineup of deep house juggernauts and rising stars? Yea, we figured you’d say yes. Oh and there are 3 mixes as well. Impressive…we know. Anyways…Hot Since82 gives us two very deep tracks, Dusky provides their remix of Cloud 9′s “Don’t You Want Me Baby,” which is a favorite of mine and is a set staple. Waze & Odyssey are featured with their single “Be Right There.” Great techy number. Of course, the head honcho, Mark Knight is in there with a newish remix. I could go on and on, but we’ll stop there. It’s all pretty much golden. So, just step up to the plate and buy the entire album. We did. If you’re not dancing by the end of the first track, there might be something wrong with you.
After first airing on April 22 and making its way straight to the number one spot as the most popular show on Frisky Radio, the inaugural episode of Jeremy Olander‘s Vivrant Radio is now available on Soundcloud for streaming and download.
I more than thoroughly enjoyed listening to this at work back when it first aired, and now we get to relive the experience all over again. Jeremy features tons of unreleased exclusive material from himself, Marco Bailey, Joel Mull, Guy Mantzur and more. With the forthcoming release of his label, this summer is sure to be the summer of Olander, mark my words.
This past weekend’s essential new tune from BBC Radio 1‘s Pete Tong comes from Jay Shepheard & Martin Dawson on remix duties of a Blond:ish tune. It’s deep, it’s dark, it’s fonkay. The song structure and vocal sampling reminds me of Pleasurekraft a lot, which is probably why I can’t wait to get home and bump this on my big speakers. Still haven’t even begun to get over last week’s essential new tune though… Soul Clap absolutely crushed that one.
Awwwwww yeah… Pleasurekraft teamed up with German duo Format:B and their favorite vocalist Chris the Voice to bring us their latest tech bomb. I LOVE all things Pleasurekraft, and get giddy with excitement any time something new from them surfaces. I am still yet to see them play out live, but I know I will soon, and it will be glorious. Can’t decide where I rank this in my favorites of theirs, but it is definitely near the top. The horns are so Pleasurekraft style it gave me chills the first time I heard them. So fraiche it hurts.
Really cool, dark video from Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight. I love this song. Lot’s of purists are freaking out that this song’s bassline is basically ripped completely from the Chicken Lips song called ‘He Not In’, but apparently there is a story behind that. I don’t know what it is, but if one of you guys or girls does, I’d like to know. Hope everyone is enjoying their Monday, I have it off so it’s been prettttttty nice. Gonna go hit the links. Later brohans.
Monster Deep continues in a rich vein of from and brings yet more cutting edge progressive house in the truest sense! Welcoming Brazilian producer, and Pryda Friends artist, Andre Sobota, for a beautiful two track EP of the finest caliber. After gaining support of Progressive luminary Hernan Catteneo as well as many others on our last outing, we’re sure this one is going to be just as big!
Andre Sobota is one of the best producers in the game. He always puts together amazing pieces that have me in complete awe. I like how he releases his tracks on a plethora of labels, too. Pretty fraiche if you ask me. Then again, if I were in his position I would probably only be making Pryda Friends or Anjunadeep tracks, but, that being said, I respect the shit out of him for showing labels like Monster Tunes some love. I bet he’s an absolute dog, and we love that here at AYNE. Thanks for the music Andre. We see you.
‘Lost’ is a dark, chuggy and spacy affair, layered with blissful female vocal melodies, tight percussive sounds and clean electronic synth layers that combine perfectly to create this pure progressive number.
‘Chances’ is a completely different animal. The groove laden main hook is exposed from the outset and snappy ‘Prydz’ – esque percussion comes to the fore to lay the foundations of this solid house groove. Haunting, spaced out pad layers create a sense of atmosphere dropping in and out.