In celebration of MK‘s “In The House” album coming out on Defected, MK takes us on a funky journey through some of his favorite tracks and of course a ton of originals and remixes. Featured artists include Duke Dumont, Lee Foss, Hot Natured, Eats Everything, Catz N Dogz, and the lovely Sky Ferreira. And if that wasn’t enough, this show ends with a live b2b set from Miami featuring the unique talents of Sonny Fodera and Franky Rizardo. Sink your teeth into this episode. You will leave satisfied. And also, make sure to pick up a copy of MK’s album when it comes out later this month. Cheers.
Hot Natured feat Anabel Englund – Reverse Skydiving Louie Fresco – No Hateration (MK Remix) MOST RATED TRACK – Sky Ferreira – Everything is Embarrassing (MK Remix) Michael Jansons feat Mizbee – Addiction (MK’s Half Dub) Duke Dumont – Need U (100%) (Club Mix) – Ministry Of Sound Eats Everything – Trubble – Dirtybird Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness (MK Feel It In The Air Remix)
ALBUM OF THE WEEK – MK In The House – Defected
Catz N Dogz feat Monty Luke – They Frontin’ – ITH Dillon – Thirteen Thiryfive (Lee Foss and MK Remix) Bpitch Control Rhye – Open (MK Remix) Chris Malinchak – So Good To Me (MK Remix) Dusky – Nobody Else – Aus Jamie Jones – Road To The Studio (Fly Mix) – Hottrax FOR THE LOVE OF HOUSE MK feat Alana – Always (MK Club Mix) – ITH
Had a chance you see this very talented duo in Miami last weekend. It was quite a special night. Dusky has secured themselves a place in the next generation of deep house all-stars. Every track on this “Nobody Else” EP is stellar. The title track is a funky, soulful dream…oh, and it’s #9 on Beatport. The breakdown during the middle of “What I Never Knew” haunts me at night…in a good way. The bouncy tech track on the EP is called “Atone” and it features some illusory melodies and insane vocal sampling threaded between some extremely silly baselines and next level percussions. Waitress, we are ready to order…ya we’ll take a full plate of Dusky. Deep house is back bitches.
David Berrie just finished up the Generation Wild Tour with bros Danny Avila, Mikael Weemets, Deniz Koyu, and, who could forget, the ever lovable, Kiril from KirilWasHere.com capturing all the debauchery. Then he went on to this thing called Winter Music Conference and Ultra Music Festival. He played a few parties, crushed a few brews, and huge DJs such as Fedde Le Grand dropped multiple tracks from the NYC talent. You may say, wow this guy is blowing up. While this is 100% true and we have been behind him from the get go, what impresses me about Mr. Berrie is his eclectic music tastes. He draws from a ton of different stuff and isn’t afraid jam out with his fans at a four hour Maceo Plex extended set outside in a little place called the Ice Palace in downtown Miami for the Last Resort show. Not trying to get to paparazzi on him, but just had to point out that he’s a bro that recognizes talent and stays true to his personal tastes. We at AYNE are all about that. So, long story short, this new joint “Zenith” is MASSIVE, so support David and grab your copy via the Beatport link below.
These two up-and-comers have been flooding my Soundcloud dashboard with amazing remixes, bootlegs, and edits for some time now, and by some stroke of good luck, they decided to collaborate on an original track. Not gonna lie…I saw this one coming. Maybe not the collab itself, but I have been expecting big thing from both Henry Fong and Landis. This one is called “Get Down” and it is released on the Revealed Recordings, which is Hardwell‘s label if you didn’t know. It is featured on the special “Revealed Recordings Miami 2013″ EP that was released yesterday. The track made for the festival stages with powerful synth melodies and stabbing drops that could incite a riot. Preview below and grab your copy at Beatport.
OneRepublic vocals…Alesso on the production…ya think this one’s gonna be big? Took me about 5 seconds to answer that. Pretty sure this one will go done well in Miami. Look out for the release on Refune. Peep the preview below.
While I 100% expect a remix package to be released in the relatively near future, this is currently as good as it gets for remixes of the “last” official Swedish House Mafia track, “Don’t You Worry Child.” Landis takes the uplifting vocal anthem and adds some powerful, crunchy drops. While it resembles some of the harder stuff from Nicky Romero and Tommy Trash, it is still a very unique sound and we give this Miami based DJ/Producer a lot of credit. He crushed this one big time.