Now available to purchase through Beatport is a new string of remixes, and each one is based around two singles from Boston based producer and Joe Bermudez, who continues to grab attention with every release.
Up first is “Shadows”, and three artists have stepped up to rework it. We love the strongly energised Adam Rickfors cut, which comes before further edits by NDKj & Paul Fear and Mike Saint-Jules, who provides a grounded, grooving sound.
Coming strongly out of Spearhead Records this week is “Thanks For Joining Us”, the captivating new remix LP from label owner BCee.
There has clearly been a lot of thought and hard work that has gone into making this drum and bass project, and it comes bursting with all the trademark precision in production that you would expect from such seasoned featured artists.
Amongst our top picks come the Ulterior Motive remake of “Firebox”, Klute’s take on “Come & Join Us”, and relative newcomers GLXY’s work on the stunning “Think Twice.” Spanning fourteen tracks in total, we highly recommend you check this one out from start to finish.
Having had his vocals feature on the work of Tchami back in 2013, Taylor has since turned to his own productions, and this new single is a gorgeous blend of vocals and dance production. The mood here is soulful and richly melodic, with the songwriter explaining that this sound is broader than his previous work.
Setting up shop over on Ultra Music this week is a trio of fresh remixes, and they all come based around Bakermat and Alex Clare‘s wildly popular recent collaboration. “Living” is taken in new directions by three talented producers, and this release will undoubtedly continue to push the overall success of the original.
Sonic Matta, HUGEL and Calvo are all on hand to bring contributions to the single, with Sonic Matta adding plenty of bassline and rhythmical oopmh, HUGEL putting in a pacy house edit and Calvo keeping its use of guitar to help it grow in intensity.
Just out today! Ukraine’s own Koloah is back with a brand new EP called “Back On Track” out on Hyperboloid Records and holy shit this dude is coming out with the HEAT! Pure analog 808 and synth greatness! Techno, Breaks and BASS is totally embedded into this album. This is the future of music and done so well with a touch of nostalgia. Koloah knows how to get your attention all while flexing some of the best new music we have heard all year!
Most recently he was on Boiler Room performing with all his analog gear for the masses in Moscow! This is one producer you def want to keep your eyes on. Boiler Room always knows whats UP!
You’ll notice in this performance he’s busts some of his new tunes! HELL YA! Totally loving the vibe this producer gets into. The remixes provided by Raumskaya and Cadeu are solid as fuck too! Def check those out!
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Making its way out of Radikal Records this week is a seriously good remix EP, and it has been brought to attention thanks to “Save It” from Salt Ashes. The track first appeared as part of the singer’s debut album of the same name, and now a host of names have lined up to put unique spins on it.
Four remakes are featured as this release, with Control-S stepping up first with a deeply melodic house/garage fusion that is full of groove and infectious energy. Nathan C and Danny Dove provide another pulsing cut, this one with more bassline emphasis, and Jerome Price switches things up again with a drum-laden, slowly building sound. Last but not least, Manuel Riva rounds the set off with a punchy, rhythmical rework.
The awesomely talented house producer Matt Darey is the first artist to feature in our brand new series “Studio Secrets”, where he fills us in on the little rituals or habits he has when hard at work in the studio.