Jamie Jones and Lee Foss make up half of the fantastic foursome, Hot Natured. This is their live recorded mix for Australian radio station Triple J. Lots of jams on here, as well as a few dope unreleased tracks receiving their first play. Time to get funky.
Tracklist: Prosumer – The Craze (vocal mix) Yolanda Be Cool feat Omar – ‘To Be Alone’ (critical mess remix) (Lee Foss Edit) Meko – Falling (Miss Sheila Remix) Benn Finn – It’s True Jeremy P. Caulfield & Seph- Vanitas Untitled – Untitled Jamie Jones – Stick Tom Flynn – Hoochie Hot Natured ft. Roisin Murphy – Alternate state (Eats Everything Remix) [EXCLUSIVE FIRST PLAY] Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund – Emerald city (Edu Imbernon remix) [EXCLUSIVE FIRST PLAY] Barrio Brothers – Hold Onto Your Love (Warehouse Mix) Audio Royale – All The Time
Yeah, so this song absolutely rules, and Anabel is an angel from on high. We all should thank the boys over at Hot Creations for bringing her into the forefront of our lives and for finally releasing an online copy of the song so I can listen to it on repeat in decent quality. That being said….. Damn you, Hot Creations, she hurts me.
Jamie Jones & Lee Foss‘ Hot Creations offshoot, Hot Waves, releases its third stupendous compilation this September. The 14-track compilation is released digitally on September24th (the double-pack 12″ was released on the 10th which included 6 of those compilations). To listen to longer versions than the below soundcloud links, follow this link to Hot Creations’ Hot Waves Vol. 3 YouTube playlist.
Start your week off right with some new deep house from Hot Creations. Three perfect summer tracks to upload to your iPod or phone for that morning commute to work or long walk to class. Just because you aren’t on vacation, doesn’t mean you can feel like it.
Lee Foss is constantly pushing the envelope in the deep house scene as he continues to grow his Hot Creations label with co-owner Jamie Jones. Recently signing Danny Daze was definitely a good call. These guys got soul, and it shows in their live shows as well as their original productions. I listened to this set last night, and I was thoroughly impressed by Lee’s mixing and track selection. There are a few songs that he brings in for only 8 bars or so simply to tease the listener with a familiar baseline or synth rift. Now, I understand deep house isn’t for everyone, but give this mix a listen anyways, the man puts on a mixing clinic and it’s free of charge.
Taken from Lee’s soundcloud:
“I received this mix last week. It was sent from a future me on a disc labeled Lee Foss Live @ Hot Natured Party Saturn 2082. It was brought by robot called B6 the Backwards Motion Robot. It was shivering and cold to the touch so I take it the time travel process must be freezing. Some time in the near future mankind must have achieved both time travel and a colony on Saturn. Apparently this was a “classics set from the early 2000’s” at a Hot Natured Party on Saturn and “went right off” This was all the information B6 had. . .
As this mix was made by a future me, or possibly a clone I do not have a tracklist. Enjoy..”