I heard this in a mix the other day in my car and when I got home I made sure to find it. When I did, I was very pleased to find out that the WhiteNoize homies were behind it. So money, so 90′s. Been getting real into the g-house movement, and this bad boy fits in quite nicely. Currently sitting #3 on the Beatport House chart, it’d be very fraiche to help these guys up to #1. I got a feeling we’re gonna be seeing a changing of the tides this year in electronic music. House music has been living in the underground for a decade, but after a few Aoki shows it should click, nobody likes jumping up and down for an hour. Dusky is still sitting pretty at #1 overall. That’s what I call progress.
As you know, we here at AYNE have jumped in the deep end (pun intended) and thrown 100% support to the darker, more sensual side of house music as of late. Here is new EP out this week on Exploited and comes from female producer, Joyce Muniz. Before this EP, she was virtually unknown to me, but I can say with confidence that she is now firmly on my radar and you will be hearing a couple of these tracks in my sets for months to come. Loving the deep, funky baselines and warm grooves that emanate from her smooth productions. By the sound of it, she knows exactly how I like to get down. Cheers girl. We see you killin em out there. Keep it up. Purchase the whole EP via Beatport today.
Festival-anthem, club-smasher, panty-dropper, bromance-inducer, face-melter.. whatever you wanna call it, Matan smashed this one out of the park. Cannot even begin to explain to you guys how excited we are for his debut artist album. Kid is next level.
“Ya’ll really like to rock the funky beats?”
Sleazy Deep‘s doing it and doing it and doing it again, this time with our fourth edition of the super hot Future Sleaze series. Following on from it’s predecessor and Number 1 Nu Disco album on Beatport, Miami Sleaze!!! Label boss Rob Made has been busy once again compiling another block rocking’ album and is one serious summer sleaze fest with a selection of Nu Skool, Sleazy Deep Disco & R’n’B / G House flavours for this aptly titled Ibiza Sleaze Various Artists compilation. With this the fourth in its series, we think you’ll agree, is a massive testament to what’s behind Mr. Made and his freakin’ Sleazy Deep music machine. The album, once again split across two mixes both weighing in just over an hour and in total features 22 label exclusives in a DJ friendly format. Future Sleaze is back selecting the hottest talents around using Sleazy Deeps ever growing family of killer talents from the more known Marco Darko, Framewerk, William Medagli, Daniel Fernandes, Upstroke & Heston to the more up & coming talents of Tone Fiction, DSF, Fabry Pandolfo, Chad Tyson, Clouded Judgement, Mikita, Going Deeper, Michael Naesborg and this list goes on & on. One thing we’re sure of, this album will deliver some Sleazessential bombs ready for summer months in Ibiza and the World over. This is Essential!!!
Rob Made’s two mixes really do sum up what the label and man behind is all about, a journey through more sunshine warm up, lush vocals & retro disco cool and killer G-house raw. Ibiza Sleaze has a little more bite than Miami Sleaze being aimed around the types of sets Rob’s been playing in his headline sets around the Globe, bringing all these genres together in slick easy fashion, ready for dance floor’s the Globe over… this isn’t retro, this is the future now!!!
Eric really is spoiling us this summer. Been waiting for this track for years. In case you missed it, here is his EDC Vegas set this past weekend. Continuing with his ‘Black Dice’ theme, this one is dark to very dark. Not for the casual ‘Everyday’ listener (although he does give them what they want at the end). I’d bet that ‘Personal Jesus’ edit doesn’t suck live either.
Taken from South Carolina native Koda‘s debut album on Silk Sofa Music.