A new producer collaboration, “49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke “, has teamed up for the most successful italian house track of the “49ers” from 1989, “Touch Me”. Singer Alysha Warren is supported here with vocals from Aretha Franklin. A catchy piano melody, driving beats and a bouncing bass line. A dance floor “anthem” ready for the end of lockdown when they’ll be singing loud “TOUCH ME” !!!!!
Out now on ZYX via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Beatport, Deezer and Traxsource.
49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke – Touch Me (Extended Mix) – 5A – 126 Piano Club House
49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke – Touch Me (John Bounce Ext.) – 6B – 124 Club House
49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke – Touch Me (John Bounce Orig) – 6B – 124 Club House
49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke – Touch Me (Original Mix) – 5A – 126 Piano Club House
49ers X Bootmasters X BK Duke – Touch Me (Piano Dub Mix) – 6B – 123 Piano Club House
RYKHO HAS TEAMED UP ONCE AGAIN WITH BILLBOARD CHART TOPPING PRODUCERS SOULSHAKER ON HIS NEW SINGLE, “WHATCHA GONNA DO”, FOLLOWING THE SUCCESS OF HIS LAST TWO SINGLES, WHICH HIT TOP 10 IN THE UK’S MUSIC WEEK CHARTS.
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (BLOCK & CROWN REMIX) – 8A – 124 PIANO HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (BLOCK & CROWN REMIX DUB) – 8A – 124 PIANO HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (BLOCK & CROWN REMIX EDIT) – 8A – 124 PIANO HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (SOULSHAKER ORIGINAL CLUB MIX) – 7A – 124 CLUB HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (SOULSHAKER ORIGINAL DUB MIX) – 7A – 124 CLUB HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (SOULSHAKER ORIGINAL RADIO EDIT) – 7A – 124 CLUB HOUSE
RYKHO – WHATCHA GONNA DO (JOURNEY BY A DJ DUB MIX) – 8A – 123 TECH HOUSE
BLOCK & CROWN ARE UP FIRST ON THE REMIX PACKAGE WITH A DRIVING HOUSE REMIX. THE NETHERLANDS BASED PRODUCERS ARE CURRENTLY TOP OF BEATPORT’S TOP 100 AND THEY CONTINUE TO TAKE OVER THE CHARTS AT TRAXSOURCE, DJ TUNES AND BEATPORT WITH A US BILLBOARD #1 TO THEIR NAME AND RELEASES ON SOME OF THE WORLD’S BIGGEST DANCE LABELS.
THE MYSTERIOUS JOURNEY BY A DJ COMPLETES THE REMIX PACKAGE WITH A CHUNKY, TECH HOUSE REMIX FOR THE VIRTUAL DANCEFLOORS. RYKHO’S NEW SINGLE IS SET TO BRING MORE FEEL-GOOD ENERGY TO ALL THOSE FACING THE MANY CHALLENGES OF 2021.
RYKHO (AKA FRIEDRICK RYAN PO) WAS BORN IN THE PHILIPPINES AND MOVED TO THE CANADIAN WEST COAST AT AN EARLY AGE. IN 2015 UNDER THE GUISE “FRIEDRICK RYAN”, HE BEGAN HIS ARTISTIC JOURNEY THROUGH COLLABORATING WITH PROLIFIC CANADIAN SONGWRITERS AILEEN DE LA CRUZ, STEF LANG, AND TOP CANADIAN PRODUCERS B.MORALES AND MURRAY DAIGLE.
RYKHO HAS REACHED TOP 20 IN THE BEATPORT DANCE CHART AND TOP 10 IN VARIOUS CHARTS AROUND THE WORLD, INCLUDING MUSIC WORX, US STARFLEET DANCE CHART, UK MUSIC WEEK CHART AND KING OF SPINS INTERNATIONAL RADIO CHART, WITH A NUMBER OF EXPLOSIVE RELEASES ON DANCE LABELS AROUND THE WORLD, AND REMIXES BY TOP UK DEEP HOUSE ACT DASCO (SONY), ERIC KUPPER, ANDY GALEA, FEKKO AND SO COOL NETWORK.
The talented DJ and producer, Korvez, returns to Kings Of Spins with a brand new recording, “Get Higher”, featuring the wonderful Sophia Cruz across 5 mixes, including the following Club Mix, Club Instrumental, Radio-Streaming Edit, Chill Remix and the Chill Remix Instrumental. On release now through Apple Music and Spotify courtesy of Curtis from the long-admired Quark Records.
Korvez – Get Higher (feat. Sophia Cruz) Club Mix – 1B – 120 Club House
Korvez – Get Higher (feat. Sophia Cruz) Club Inst – 1B – 120 Club House
Korvez – Get Higher (feat. Sophia Cruz) Radio Edit – 1B – 120 Club House
Korvez – Get Higher (feat. Sophia Cruz) Chill Remix – 1B – 120 Chill House
Korvez – Get Higher (feat. Sophia Cruz) Chill Remix Inst – 1B – 120 Chill House
Co-founder of Patti Labelle & The Bluebelle’s Sarah Dash defines the word legend after a career as an award winning vocalist, songwriter, motivational speaker, educator, entrepreneur and humanitarian. Sarah’s voice has excited millions of music lovers around the world. Sarah’s classic dancefloor smash from 1979, “Sinner Man”, has been totally remade for House Of Pride Music by the Dirty Disco guys, Tweaka Turner and Leo Frappier plus the C-Dubs.
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Dirty Disco Classic Rework 3A – 126 Disco Club House
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Dirty Disco Classic Rework Dub 3A – 126 Disco Club House
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Dirty Disco Airplay Edit 3A – 126 Disco Club House
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Dirty Disco Mixshow Edit 3A – 126 Disco Club House
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Leo Frappier Disco-EDM Love-Child Mix 3A – 126 Club Dance
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Tweaka Turner Dash of Dub Mix 3A – 126 Club House
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – C-Dubs Fire n Flame NuDisco Ext – 8A – 126 Club Dance
Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – C-Dubs Fire n Flame NuDisco Radio Edit – 8A – 126 Club Dance
‘Why Does It Have To Be Like This’ is the debut single by Joy Tesha. The Nigerian-born, London-based singer teamed up with the award-winning Soulshaker to produce and co- write the single.
Dutch talent Luca Debonaire stepped up to remix the single, with a taste of future house to complement the original mix. Luca is a constant fixture of late in the World’s Top 10 Artists Chart at Beatport and Traxsource, and is certainly one of the most sought after house producers in the world today.
Finally we have a remix by M@, a new guise by a legendary DJ & producer, who is taking us back to his old skool roots with a 90’s Breakbeat infused remix.
winning artist Amai Kuda et les Bois brings us a song born of seemingly opposite musical extremes, a piece which powerfully reminds us of the deep historical roots of this year’s Black Lives Matter uprising.
The soulful vocals of the 2018 song ‘Train’, a “tantalizing Afro-soul combo of folk, roots, desert blues, and African continental music,” (NOW Magazine) about the experiences of people of color during colonization and slavery, has been set to a driving dance-pop beat provided by the Grammy-winning Philip Larsen, best known for his remixes for stars like Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue, and Moby.
Amai Kuda Et Les Bois, a singer/songwriter, sangoma (traditional healer) and community organizer who believes music has the power to heal and change the world, and is committed to being part of this change, one song at a time including this song “Train”.
“The song itself is an act of resistance,” says Amai Kuda. While it laments the destruction created by colonization, “the train track that carved up the landscape of so many peoples’ lives, it deliberately disrupts the more European sonic motifs and English lyrics with African spiritual invocations. The piece is about bringing disparate and, in some ways, contradictory elements together,” so Larsen’s club music textures and beats work perfectly with Amai Kuda’s lyrics and vocals. Despite never having met (Larsen is based in London while Amai Kuda is in Toronto), the two worked closely online to create this unique track that is both timeless and very much of the current moment.
Amai’s “TRAIN”, A song that speaks to the roots of this year’s racial struggles
Laurent Schark and Darren Ellison present this remix pack with the ‘French Touch’ versions by Djs Are Our Friends and the super funky Leeroy Daevis cut.
Because most Radio and Club Djs have been asking for an original extended version, here it is.
Marvinmarvelous “Aquarius”, with Vanessa Hawkins on vocals, is perfectly in tune with this moment in time ‘a dawning of a new age’ as we see the way forward past the mistakes of the last century and needing to attend to them in order to make a path through this new one with 20% of it gone. Pandemic’s, climate change, social acceptance of others and their right to live with clean air, water and opportunities to evolve with compassion.
You might not get that immediately from the song, instrumentation, melody or rhythm but it’ s there. Just close your eyes, open your ears and feel it in your heart, then be a team messenger with your support. Every branch of a tree is an essential part of the whole. “10% of something, it beats 100% of nothing at all”. Marvinmarvelous “Aquarius” (Cali Music Group) exclusive Traxsource on March 12th, and worldwide release on March 26
Marvinmarvelous ft Vanessa Hawkins – Aquarius (Master Mix – 6A – 123 Afro Latin House
Tina Mazyck’s latest collaboration “Get To The Side” is with London based LSA Ministry Of Sound DJ Priest J & G.O.B.A. plus additional remixes from 2Drunk2Funk. Clear and powerfully produced mixes that literally bounce beautifully out of your speakers. A constant theme in Tina’s songs is that of empowerment. Enable your fans to feel that empowerment with inclusion of these mixes in your sets… Great work Tina, Priest J and G.O.B.A.”
Tina Mazyck ft Priest J & G.O.B.A. – Get To The Side (2Drunk2Funk – Ext Mix – 9A – 120 Funky Disco House
Tina Mazyck ft Priest J & G.O.B.A. – Get To The Side (2Drunk2Funk – Radio EdIt – 9A – 120 Funky Disco House
Tina Mazyck ft Priest J & G.O.B.A. – Get To The Side (Extended Mix – 9A – 124 Disco Bass House
Tina Mazyck ft Priest J & G.O.B.A. – Get To The Side (Radio Mix – 9A – 124 Disco Bass House
Parcel makes his return to Position Obscure Recordings with a stunning winter EP that continues the producers’ opaque fascination with narrative story arcs and the immediate world around him. Across both sides of the delicately crafted “Moxie Memories” EP, we see dualities at play; conflict & resolution set to methodically transparent dance rhythms that reaffirm ideas of the modern state of dance culture. Never are these ideas more present than on side 1 “Wallows;” a motivic study highlighting themes of isolation that challenges the listener to look inward. Continuing to side 2, “Moxie Memories” carries the observer through a contrasting powerful delivery that evokes a sense of hope for a not too distant future.
“The absence of dance floors does not change the effect the music has had on me.” reflects Nasr as he describes the past year. “My heart and love go out to the millions affected within our community and abroad. Events like this have a drastic ripple effect on the fabric and direction of our culture. However, it has been shown time again that our culture has a way of adapting to these changes. I hope this EP does anything to inspire our community and abroad to embrace what dreams may come.”