Jingle Ten! Grab 10 Tracks for Xmas

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December 24th, 2014
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Jingle Ten! As a special Christmas treat we bring you a bunch of free tracks for your holiday season rides. We have for you Moon Boots’ bootleg remix of Fatima’s “R.I.P.”, The Swiss’ superb tune “Movement IV”, a new addition to their very first “Movements” EP, Klaves’ new track “YYY”, Dino Soccio’s funky jam “Only Love”, courtesy of Razor-N-Tape, and Wayward’s smooth tune “Hurricane”, featuring Michele Chiavarini, taken from their recent “Ugetsu” EP. There’s also three delicious remixes by the likes of Bit Funk, The Reflex, and Rogue Vogue, the much-loved cover of Belle Epoque’s “Miss Broadway” from Glass Candy and a quality edit of Norman Greenbaum’s classic “Spirit In The Sky” from Red Axes. Happy Holidays!

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Fatima: “R.I.P.” [Moon Boots Bootsleg] [mp3]

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The Swiss: “Movement IV” [mp3]

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Klaves: “YYY” [mp3]

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Wayward: “Hurricane” [feat. Michele Chiavarini] [mp3]

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Tahiti 80: “Coldest Summer” [The Reflex Revision] [mp3]

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Wild Cub: “Thunder Clatter” [Bit Funk Remix] [mp3]

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Hayley Kiyoko: “This Side Of Paradise” [Rogue Vogue Remix] [mp3]

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Dino Soccio: “Only Love” [mp3]

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Glass Candy: “Miss Broadway” [mp3]

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Red Axes: “Axes In The Sky” [Edit] [mp3]

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The Knocks: “Comfortable (Rogue Vogue Remix)”

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March 21st, 2014
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By now all house lovers should have known what to expect from Chicago producer/DJ Rogue Vogue: ’90s-inspired house jams, feel-good vibes, and disco-flavored grooves, only enough to keep you voguing on the dancefloor. When the prolific producer drops something new, it’s pretty clear we are in for some old-school-flavored house. His new remix of New York’s electronic duo The Knocks latest single “Comfortable”, featuring fellow New Yorkers X Ambassadors, is no exception. Not surprisingly, this one has been already included in The Magician’s new magic tape 41.

Taken from the duo’s “Comfortable” Remixes EP, which also features reworks by The Twelves, Oliver Nelson, Awe, Ben Negative, and more, out now via HeavyRoc Records. Preview the whole thing here, and grab a free download of The Twelves’ remix here.

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La.Ga.Sta. Top 15 November 2013

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December 6th, 2013
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[Artwork: Yannis Dragasakis]

Hey vroomers, it’s that time again! Here’s our monthly list of the 15 most downloaded tracks from the past 30 days or so on La.Ga.Sta. It features some great tracks by the likes of Perseus, Psychemagik, Flight Facilities, Zimmer, Chris Malinchak, Miami Horror, The Swiss, Rogue Vogue, Pharao Black Magic, and more.

As always, this is your chart. Be sure to check out each of the mpFrees that made it in our top 15 downloads of November below. Stay gas!

Top 15 November 2013:
01. Perseus: “Shadow Of The Beast”
02. Psychemagik: “La Paix Est Une Fleur”
03. Zimmer: “Galapagos”
04. Chris Malinchak: “Call My Name”
05. Bodhi: “No More” [Charles Murdoch Remix]
06. Flight Facilities: “Clair De Lune” [Rocco Raimundo Super Extended Edit]
07. Miami Horror: “Real Slow” [Gold Fields Remix]
08. Rogue Vogue: “Until The Dawn” (feat. Patrick Baker)
09. Donny Hathaway: “Little Ghetto Boy” [Herr Styler Remix]
10. Pharao Black Magic: “Obsession” (feat. Ghostape)
11. Convaire: “Talk In Technicolour” [Dino Soccio Remix]
12. The Swiss: “Kiss To Kiss” [Pyramid Remix]
13. Boat Club: “Memories” [Saint Etienne Remix]
14. The Crystal Ark: “Rain” [XXXtended Version]
15. Music Go Music: “People All Over The World”

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Rogue Vogue: “Until The Dawn” (feat. Patrick Baker)

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October 23rd, 2013
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Following on his superbly “Say You Will” EP of ’90s-inspired house jams, which was released on House of Disco Records back in August, Chicago’s jackin’ & swingin’ producer Rogue Vogue continues to turn out quality tunes.

Rogue Vogue’s latest offering, “Until The Dawn”, finds him teaming up with Nashville vocalist/producer Patrick Baker for a rolling, soul-tinged house jam with seductive vocals and deep, old-school vibes. Of course, we’d expect nothing less from Rogue Vogue. Grab it for free below, and strike a pose! Remixes from Cyclist and Bronx are on the way.

Download it for a “Like” on Rogue Vogue’s Facebook page.

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mpFree: Follow Me: “Somethin’ Bout You” [Rogue Vogue Remix]
mpFree: Patrick Baker: “Summer Lover”

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La.Ga.Sta. OFF The Road #64

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July 29th, 2013
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OFF The Road #64 by La.Ga.Sta. on Mixcloud

Hey vroomers, here is La.Ga.Sta.’s last radio show of the season! This hour-long mix features new tunes from Tensnake, Hot Natured, Yuksek, Cyclist, Rogue Vogue, JKriv, Sam Smith, and more. You can now listen/download “OFF The Road #64” below. We’ll be back for more rides in September. Many thanks to all of you for your support and kind words. Make sure to check out La.Ga.Sta.’s previous radio shows on Mixcloud. Stay gas!

Playlist:
01. First Choice – Love Thang (Genius Of Time Rework)
02. JKriv & The Disco Machine – Ready To Work (ft. Adeline Michèle & Angelica Allen)
03. Schoolbell – Spin Me
04. Crayon – Give You Up feat. KLP (Yuksek Dub Remix)
05. Hot Natured – Isis (Magic Carpet Ride)
06. Cyclist feat. Maiko Watson – Shine (Drop Out Orchestra Remix)
07. Rogue Vogue – Say You Will (Dublin Aunts Day Rave Mix)
08. Tensnake feat. Fiora – See Right Through
09. Navy Shade – Oh My Love
10. Supreems – Do You Love
11. Plezier – Like
12. Kalipo – Fractal
13. Sam Smith – Safe With Me

Download “OFF The Road #64” here [81 mb]

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[Premiere] Cyclist feat. Maiko Watson: “Shine”

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July 23rd, 2013
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You can always count on Canadian producer and DJ Mark Penner, better known as Cyclist, for some solid dancefloor heat. He loves disco (even his cat does), he likes to boogie (just like us), and always manages to impress with his original tracks, his remixes and his funky edits. Not to mention, his classy rendition with his friend Pat Lok of The Rapture’s “How Deep is Your Love” that has been selected by the band itself as the winner of the DFA Records remix competition in 2011.

Cyclist has quickly became one of our favorite producers. That’s why we’re so excited to premiere his new single “Shine” on Jerry Bouthier’s ever-growing Continental Records. It’s a really great track with a serious ’80s funk vibe and soulful vocals from fellow Canadian singer/songwriter Maiko Watson. The single comes complete with an impressive remix package, including fine reworks of “Shine” by Swedish disco duo Drop Out Orchestra, Brooklyn’s Lou Teti, and Chicago’s jackin’ & swingin’ producer Rogue Vogue. Can we ask for more?

Before its release on July 29th, you can now download Cyclist’s new single “Shine” for free, and preview the full release, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta. Also, we caught up with the talented producer to talk about “Shine”, his musical influences, and disco rides. Read our interview below and ride with us.

La.Ga.Sta.: Why Cyclist? Is there any story behind your moniker?

Cyclist: I just happened to be on my bike while I was trying to think of a name for my new solo project. Looked it up when I got home and surprisingly, it wasn’t taken. Really need to make up a better story.

What made you decide to turn to music in the first place?

In my family, music is extremely important. I started playing cello when I was 3 and switched to guitar when I was 14. From then on I was obsessed with playing music and recording.

How did you come to be releasing music on Continental Records? Can you tell us a few things about your new single “Shine”?

“Shine” is an ’80s disco-funk inspired track I co-wrote with my good friend and amazing vocalist Maiko Watson. I played it out as an instrumental for a while but really wanted vocals. Maiko was the perfect fit and really dug the track so we finished a demo. This was just after I had done a remix for Shindu that was released on Continental Records. I sent the demo to Jerry Bouthier and he loved it! I’m a big fan of the label so I’m stoked to be releasing with them.

What inspired you to start DJing and making music?

I played in bands for so long. It can get a bit frustrating having to please everyone’s preferences. So I started making music solo and found that I liked the control over every aspect. I started DJing around the same time and got so addicted to it right away. It’s the best. I use to do a live set of all my own material but I got bored with it pretty quick. I may try that again in the future but not until I figure out a way to keep it fresh and interesting every show.

What was the first record you bought?

I actually don’t remember the specific record. I heard a tape of Herbie Hancock’s “Thrust” and “Secrets” albums and went on a mission to find those records. At the record store, I started listening to anything from the ’70s that looked cool. I really got in to jazz fusion, funk and soul and eventually disco.

Which is your favorite sound?

Wah, wah, clavinet probably. But it has to be a real clav, a good wah and someone who knows what to do with the combination.

What is a piece of equipment you can’t live without and why?

I’m actually not really attached to any gear other than my guitar (’73 custom Tele). Mostly sentimental reasons but it is also a really great guitar.

Which are your five favorite tracks of 2013 so far?

I could spend an hour deciding this, so without thinking about it too much:

Todd Terje – Strandbar (Disko)

First Choice – Love Thang (Genius of Time Edit)

Jex Opolis – Sharing

A/Jus/Ted feat. Jeremy Glenn – A Brighter Light

Xinobi – Puma (Moullinex Remix)

Three things we should know about Cyclist…

1. I’m a big fan of old-school disco and I have a monthly disco party in Toronto, called “Beam Me Up” with A Digital Needle. These days it’s almost impossible for me to play a set without at least a few old-school disco tracks in there.

2. I recently adopted a 13-year-old cat that also loves disco. Follow me on Instagram for pics!

3. I loooove Roti. And beer!

What are your plans for the rest of 2013?

I’m planning a tour in Mexico in September and a tour in Europe in November. I have a couple remixes in the works and I’m hoping to pump out a couple more originals before the end of the year.

Download Cyclist’s new single “Shine” here

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Follow Me: “Somethin’ Bout You (Rogue Vogue Remix)”

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June 19th, 2013
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Chicago’s jackin’ & swingin’ producer Rogue Vogue keeps the uplifting house vibes flowing with his tastefully club-ready remix of Brooklyn’s duo Follow Me aka Joe Spagna and Anthony Vertullo, disco-tinged first single “Somethin’ Bout You” for HeavyRoc Music. Just perfect for those sweaty summer nights.

Grab the remix for free below and take a listen to Follow Me’s original version in case you haven’t already. Now, go strike a pose!

Download it for a “Like” on Follow Me’s Facebook page.

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La.Ga.Sta. OFF The Road #51

DATE:
April 23rd, 2013
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OFF The Road #51 by La.Ga.Sta. on Mixcloud

Hey vroomers, here is the latest episode of our weekly live radio show “OFF The Road”. This new mix features some of our favorite new jams by the likes of Oliver, Touch Sensitive, Yuksek, Hot Natured, Ejeca, Jesse Oliver, Rogue Vogue, Earl Grey, and more. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

We’ll be back for more rides next Saturday on Off Radio, from 22:00 to 23:00 EET. Also, check our previous radio shows on Mixcloud. Stay gas!

Playlist:
01. Kris Menace feat. Black Hills – Waiting For You (Oliver Remix)
02. Touch Sensitive – Show Me
03. Earl Grey – Pong
04. David August – For Eternity
05. Suzanne Kraft – Maybe Snakes (Permanent Vacation Remix)
06. Blanc 1 – It’s All Over
07. Jesse Oliver – Oceans (Mirror People Remix)
08. Satin Jackets feat. Patrick Baker – Only You (Rogue Vogue Remix)
09. Kostrok – Right Now (Yuksek Remix)
10. Phoenix – Entertainment (Hot Natured Remix)
11. Zinc – Only for Tonight (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Remix)
12. Russ Chimes – Turn Me Out (Ejeca Remix)
13. Broke One – You’ll Be Mine

Download “OFF The Road #51” here [83 mb]

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Satin Jackets feat. Patrick Baker: “Only You” Video

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April 19th, 2013
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German gloss-disco producer Tim Bernhardt, better known as Satin Jackets, knows how to make people feel good. This time around he brings more heat into our station with his superb new single “Only You”, which features vocals from Nashville producer/vocalist Patrick Baker.

Watch the official video, directed by Jack Edinger, above, and make sure to check out Chicago’s Rogue Vogue organ-driven remix of “Only You” below. A perfect old-school house jam, which was already featured on The Magician’s Magic Tape 31. It doesn’t get much better than this.

Satin Jackets’ “Only You” EP is out now on Brooklyn’s producer JKriv label, Deep & Disco Recordings. Get it here.

mpFree: Patrick Baker: “This Love” (Higher)

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French Horn Rebellion: “Girls (Rogue Vogue Remix)”

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March 5th, 2013
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It’s time to start voguing. Chicago’s jackin’ & swingin’ producer Rogue Vogue strikes again with yet another brilliant remix. This time he adds his signature touch on Brooklyn’s electro-poppers French Horn Rebellion feel-good track “Girls” and turns it into a rolling, deep and dancefloor-ready heater. Grab it for free below, and strike a pose!

Download the remix here

mpFree: Rogue Vogue: “Feel Love”

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