Toolroom Records is back with another volume of RHYTHM DISTRICT, featuring rhythm and drum oriented techno and tech house. All have been quite nice fun so far, and the latest is no exception.
One track that sticks out to me Antill by Marco Tisano out of Italy. This track features heavy tribal drum loops and interlaced vocals. Enjoy
QMUSSE from Barcelona is one of the best producers of deep groovy music. He hits a such a chord on his newest EP, People. My favorite track from the EP is Always the Last, a deep chill tune coming in at a nice 118. Great track to relax to as your sipping a well-made cocktail with a gorgeous girl in a lounge this weekend.
I could only find a good copy of this on Youtube, and Always The Last is the first track in the video. But have a listen to the second one, People, you may like it too.
Have a great weekend
Available to buy here http://www.beatport.com/track/always-the-last-original-mix/4340827
Spaniard Cristian Varela is a familiar name to those in the techno and tribal scene and he’s back again with “Cristo and Viven.” Once again he throws in a groovy techno sound with tribal rhythms and tops flowing over it. Very nice track on an up and coming label for tribal tech house and techno, Insert Coin.
I love supporting local artists here in my adopted country, Korea. In a scene that all too often caters towards big clubs and huge crowds, I really appreciate the underground artists emerging. One of the best for this is the ECI Korea label, promoting a deep techno sound.
Their latest release, ECI Allstars 2013, is filled with groove oriented tech tracks, and I particularly like this deep techno number from Korean DJ Bagagee Viphex13. Great speed, great sounds, perfect groove.
Available here: http://www.beatport.com/track/de-press-original-mix/4324735
Over the past couple of years Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records has been a go to label for big room groovy house music. Mike Vale from Slovenia, who previously remixed Prok and Fitch’s house hit “Symphony” on Stealth, is back with a nice big room groover called “Don’t Give A Damn.” Good vocals and a nice catchy bass should have people moving in no time. Enjoy
Pick of the week comes from Drums Of Death out of London. ”Bang The Dub” is a techno banger with a groovy bassline that will likely have you moving in your seat upon listening. This track has enjoyed support from the likes of Carl Cox. Enjoy!
The pick for this week comes from Supertons out of Serbia. They have finally released a track they put on Soundcloud over a year ago. ”F That Shit,” out on Teddy Bear Records, is an energetic disco/house number that will have the crowd moving guaranteed.
Though I prefer the original mix, there are also excellent remixes as well from Kevin Prise, Grada, and Billy Sizemore.
Available exclusively on Traxsource http://traxsource.com/title/212940/f-that-shit
Renaming this blog Delicious Vibes to coincide with the parties I’ve been throwing here in Korea as well as the type of music I will be promoting more.
Starting a fresh series on this blog called pick of the week. It will be sweet tunes that will come out on Thursdays in time for your weekend sets.
Starting out is a fresh groovy tech house one from Charles Ramirez and Stan Garac called “Dorinda”, out on Yousef’s label Circus recordings. This is ironic and cool for me, because the first time I heard of Charles Ramirez and Stan Garac is when I saw Yousef play there song “The Pianist” live at Ultra Music Festival Korea. I later featured that on this blog.
Now these Spaniards have another good one out on his label. Available here
Loving this new deep house remix of Deadmau5 and Imogen Heap. Lots of groove and character to this one. Get it here
Sorry guys, been off the blog a while, but I’m back with a fresh goodie from Disco Ball’z out of Hungary. This appears on the label LadyMarySound’s Winter Music Conference sampler. Uplifting happy house track here that should have dancefloors grooving out from this rising star of the disco house scene.
Get it on Beatport http://www.beatport.com/track/dont-stop-original-mix/4186487