Taragana Pyjarama: “Ber (Round Remix)”

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July 24th, 2015
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Last time we heard from Copenhagen-based producer Torsten Lindsø Andersen, aka Round, was late last year, when he dropped his solid debut EP “Glass”/”Float” on John Talabot’s critically acclaimed Hivern Discs imprint. Now, he’s back in action, delivering a new remix of “Ber” by fellow Danish producer Taragana Pyjarama. This splendid version of “Ber” is just another reminder that the talented producer knows his way around a remix.

Taragana Pyjarama’s “Ariel” Remixes EP, which also features reworks by the likes of Olde Gods, Sau Poler, IVVVO, and Kenton Slash Demon, is out now digitally on True Panther.

Get it here.

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Round: “Glass”

Jerry Folk: “Futura”

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July 24th, 2015
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Back in May, Norwegian producer Jerry Folk dropped a superb remix of London’s Oh Wonder “Lose It” that everyone seems to love. Now, the up-and-coming producer returns to our ears with his new original track called “Futura”, a finely crafted tune filled with rich, sun-kissed piano chords, disco-tinged house grooves and a funky bassline. It’s a smooth and highly enjoyable ride. You can now grab a free download of “Futura” below.

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Oh Wonder: “Lose It” [Jerry Folk Remix]

Róisín Murphy: “Evil Eyes (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)”

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July 23rd, 2015
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Irish dance-pop queen Róisín Murphy is set to drop another strong remix package, this time for her recent single “Evil Eyes”, one of the standout cuts from “Hairless Toys”, her first solo album in eight years. The new remix EP includes reworks by the likes of Hercules And Love Affair, Claptone, Catz ‘N Dogz, and Severino & Nico de Segilia. Today, we’re treated to a full stream of Andy Butler’s New York disco-house collective Hercules & Love Affair quality remix of “Evil Eyes”. After getting your fill of the remix above, make sure to check out Róisín Murphy’s self-directed video for “Evil Eyes” here.

The “Evil Eyes” Remix EP arrives on August 7 on Play It Again. Pre-order it here.

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Sébastien Tellier: “Aller Vers Le Soleil” [Hercules & Love Affair Remix]

House Of 909: “So Much Love For You”

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July 22nd, 2015
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Originally released all the way back in 1997, London’s trio House Of 909 classic album “The Children We Were”, an eight-track record of effortlessly smooth, midtempo house groovers, was embraced by a niche audience, but overlooked on a larger scale. Now, a full 18 years later, New York/London-based label Cascine reissues “The Children We Were” on limited-edition vinyl, as well as in digital form. The material has been remastered, the artwork redone and the record repackaged. One of the album’s finest moments is “So Much Love For You”, featuring vocals from Bobbi Depasois, an elegant piece of house brilliance. What’s not to love?

House Of 909’s album “The Children We Were” drops on August 7 on Cascine.
You can pre-order your copy here.

Unknown: “Aguirre (Tempel Rytmik Edit)”

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July 22nd, 2015
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Let your ears feast on this quality edit called “Aguirre” from Spanish maestro John Talabot and Genius Of Time’s Alexander Berg, aka Dorisburg, as Tempel Rytmik. Taken from the third installment of Hivern Discs’ vinyl-only edit series”HivernEd” of obscure tracks. It also features “Zulu”, another technoish edit from John Talabot and fellow Barcelona producer Marc Piñol, on the flip.

The “Aguirre”/”Zulu” 10” is out now on Hivern Discs. Pick up your copy here.

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Ishinohana: “Lucia” [John Talabot’s Sunset edit]

De Lux: “Oh Man The Future” Video

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July 21st, 2015
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Take a ride through the streets of Long Beach with De Lux, the Los Angeles-based Sean Guerin and Isaac Franco, in their new video for “Oh Man The Future”, one of the standout cuts from their sophomore album “Generation”, out now on Innovative Leisure. Get it here.

Directed by Eric Coleman.

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De Lux: “Someday Now”

Jax Jones: “Yeah Yeah Yeah (Roosevelt Remix)”

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July 21st, 2015
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Yeah, it’s Roosevelt time once again. After dropping a superb remix of Sundara Karma’s “Flame” just last week, Cologne-based singer/producer and Greco-Roman affiliate Marius Lauber has turned his hand to “Yeah Yeah Yeah”, the newest single from UK producer and songwriter Jax Jones. In true Roosevelt fashion, the dancefloor-ready original track, full of soulful vibes and vintage disco strings, is stretched out to seven minutes with shimmering synths and a groovy bassline. Good vibes all around!

The “Yeah Yeah Yeah” remix package, which also includes reworks by Got Some, Mak & Pasteman, Set Mo, and Mike Millrain, plus dub versions from Jax himself, drops on July 24th via Jax Trax/Polydor. You can pre-order the single here.

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Jax Jones: “Luv Like This”

Aaliyah: “Rock The Boat (Du Tonc Rework)”

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July 21st, 2015
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It’s always a good day when a new rework from our beloved Du Tonc comes to our station. This time around, the duo of London producer Mighty Mouse and Matt Van Schie (of Van She fame) offers a free download of their disco-tinged rework of Aaliyah’s “Rock The Boat” to tide us over while we wait for the arrival of their new single. Filled with bright piano chords and smooth grooves, this rework of “Rock The Boat” is perfectly fit for a drive in the sun. Grab it for free below, and ride with us.

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Pixies: “Monkey Gone To Heaven” [Du Tonc Rework]

Suzanne Kraft: “Talk From Home”

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July 20th, 2015
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Los Angeles-based producer Diego Herrera, aka Suzanne Kraft, who also operates under his new alias Dude Energy, continues his fine run of form by dropping an excellent new album called “Talk From Home” for Jonny Nash’s Melody As Truth label. The seven-track record, which follows last year’s “Missum” mini-album on Running Back, was recorded over a few weeks in the winter of 2014, and showcases his emotional depth as a producer, and skill as a multi-instrumentalist.

Taking a step away from his usual disco-tinged house territory, Suzanne Kraft delivers a collection of quality tunes filled with dreamy synths, yearning guitars, Balearic grooves, and blissed-out vibes. One of our favorite cuts from that record is the guitar-driven “Flatiron”, a laid-back affair that sounds perfect for daydreaming in the sun. Give it a spin above.

Suzanne Kraft’s “Talk From Home” LP is out now via Melody As Truth. Buy it here.

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Knightlife: “Don’t Stop” [Suzanne Kraft Remix]

Hidden Spheres: “Waiting”

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July 19th, 2015
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More care-free summer vibes coming to you direct from London’s always on-point imprint Lobster Theremin and its new sub-label, Distant Hawaii, a sun-melting off-shoot. The sub-label’s first release comes from Detroit-via-Manchester producer Hidden Spheres with a new EP called “Waiting” of four silky, beach-coasting, Balearic-flavored house tunes. Here, we have for you the EPs title track, a finely crafted tune that sounds ideal for those lazy Sunday afternoons. Give it a spin above, and drive slow.

Hidden Spheres’ “Waiting” EP will drop on July 24th on Distant Hawaii.
Pre-order your 12” here.