Wednesday, July 27, 2011
There has been a ton of new tracks released this summer and I can only get more and more excited. This time around its up to an old favorite, Punks Jump Up, and a new found fixation, Yes to Another Excess, to shake floors and bodies alike.
Here's the latest. Stay tuned for more.
Punks Jump Up - Chimes pt.1 by Punks Jump Up
Punks Jump Up - Chimes Pt.1(Say Yes To Another Excess Remix) by Say Yes To Another Excess
This is what started all this noise for "Yes to Another Excess". I hope it fills the presciption.
The Cave by Say Yes To Another Excess
Posted by hunter-even at 7:44 AM
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The introduction of Moombahton had only been about a year ago, yet the amount of artists that have made a lasting impression of the genre has been quite impressive. A vast array of artists have made remarks about the appeal of Moombahton, and many have begun to contribute it into their own productions. Maybe it is merely the fact that Moombahton is the trend du jour, but nontheless, it is making a lasting impression upon people in the present. SB has undoubtedly made a footprint in the name of Moombahton. Founded in New York, Mr. Vega, an indie/electro producer from Brooklyn, and Dj Sav joined into a partnership of success. Working with Dave Nada, Sazon debuted their first track Illuvia, which gained them the respect of artists such as Munchi, Skrillex, and Heartbreak.
Just recently their new EP La Bomba had reached #14 on Beatport‘s Top 100 Electro House Releases. With their latin-infused dancehall feel, the New York natives demonstrate their specialty in Moombahton. If you have not yet had the luxury of being introduced to Moombahton, it is the perfect opportunity to become well acquainted.
Be sure to check out their soundcloud (http://soundcloud.com/sazonbooya) for more of their music, remixes, and recent releases. Take a peek at a preview of La Bomba and see what this duo has to offer.
With the booty they got shakin' in this video ... they must be doing something right.
Sazon Booya - La Bomba EP by Sazon Booya
Friday, July 15, 2011
It seems as though the likes of music have slowly been letting go, and giving up on Dutch House. The general populous is slowly dispersing into the rave scene of Chuckie, and Afrojack, who are currently dominating the music scene in the Netherlands. A new name to myself, De Schuurman (Guillermo Schuurman), who is also from the Netherlands, has been seeming to have no restraint in showing the world, that his part in bubbling is one that holds genuine to himself. And honestly, I'm thinking that his music excels the quality of a lot that is produced, and released from the Netherlands. I've been converted from Dutch house; this shit is good.
De Schurmann got a great head start at the age of 17, where his initial exposure was playing in 18+ nightclubs. He distinguished himself from the current dj's at the time, and ever since, the rest has been history. His amazing beats and productions continue to astonish audiences around the world, and his versatility easily differentiates him. It is a must to look into him and his music; phenomenal.
Cracksmurf - Nu ga je Dota (De schuurman & Dj Tuncay Refuck) by Cracksmurf
BUBBLING / BUBBLINGHOUSE by full-effect
Posted by Disco Melon at 1:10 PM
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Beataucue is at it again. Here are their two most recent releases. Gems to say the least. Complete with pounding bass and and mind-warping synths that put these guys at the top of their game, and our hearts here in RainCity, when it comes to quality dutch house.
BeatauCue - Falcon Punch by BeatauCue
BeatauCue - Cytise by BeatauCue
BeatauCue - Folder by BeatauCue
Posted by hunter-even at 6:16 AM