Detroit-born dance floor champion, Jimmy Edgar, has transformed Jamie Lidell‘s original “You Naked” into a sexy deep groove that is sure to shake walls at obscure hours in the coming weeks. Jamie’s whining vocals augment Jimmy’s raw and distorted beat flawlessly. Find some pretty eyes, stare into them, and move your body to the beat. The remix has been released via Warp Records, and is available to purchase today on ITunes.
See Previously: Jamie Lidell | Jamie Lidell LP
After carousing soundcloud looking for the latest and best of late 2012, I stumbled upon this gem. Will Rowden, under the moniker Ground Level, is a UK native who’s approach to the future garage sound is different than most. Juniper blends together ethereal vocal samples and pads with sharp, gritty percussion to create something unique yet still familiar to anyone into the dark, 2 step sound.
Download || Ground Level – Juniper
With no surprise, The Bristol-London duo My Nu Leng have churned out another extraordinary EP on 887 Records to add to their practically flawless catalogue of 130-140 dance tunes. “The Grid” is a true dance floor hit, bringing together masterful grooved percussion with a rough, phased bass line to create a tune with an immense amount of danceability. “Hips n’ Thighs” turns the dial from 11 back to 10 yet still leaves one moving to the beat with it’s catchy vocal sample play provided by Majora. A must have for any deep house fan, or anyone willing to extend their palette from a deep dubstep background.
[Samir Alikhanizadeh, a.k.a. Happa]
With production skills exceeding his few years, 15 year-old Samir Alikhanizadeh, a.k.a. Happa, recently fabricated Mix Mag’s ‘Mix Of The Week‘. Situated within the mix is Happa’s rendition of Vondelpark’s Dracula; a banging rework rumoured to release via R&S Records. Stream below-
Yesterday, Bondax presented their patrons with the newest single via their official Youtube channel. This euphonious garage arrangment will be made available August 19th through Lancaster’s Just Us Recordings.
Bristolian, Daniel Pearce, (aka Eats Everything,) bestowed a delightful gift upon his followers via his Soundcloud this past Thursday, June the 21st. I Still Love Tric Trac is Eat’s Everything’s rendition of Switch’s original, titled, I Still Love You, released through UK-based Dubsided, on September 30th of 2011. Switch is a classic UK house producer, and not to mention, XLR8R’s 2007 artist of the year. Eats Everything draws elements from Jungle and Early Rave music, combines them, then uses this figurative nail-polish overtop of Switch’s solid original, producing an illustrious manicure.
Andrea Martin wailing “I still love you,” is absolutely evocative.
Download | I Still Love Tric Trac [recommended]
See Previously: Introducing | Eats Everything
Disclosure need no introduction, as their recent bounding success has caught the attention of the industries’ top producers and DJs. Zane Lowe, radio DJ of BBC Radio 1, holds the track in high regard, proclaiming, “Disclosure’s new record, ‘Control’, is tonight’s hottest record in the world.”
Here is a new preview fresh off their sound cloud.
Pre order “The Face” here.