Thursday Deep & Tech | Releases Of The Day

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1  MHMD release ‘Rigolo’ on Blackboard… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Luigi Rocca release ‘Love Shots, Vol. II’ on 303lovers… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Alaya release ‘Came to Chill’ on Motive Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

4  Jochen Simms release ‘Resonate’ on Somn’thing Supertech… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Chris Peker & Night Shift Master release ‘Phoenix’ on NYLO… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  DDW release ‘Go Low’ on Wildcraft studio… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Bonetti Release ‘Funky Funky’ on Ripe Pear Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

8  VetLove Release ‘All Thing’ on Nicksher Music…Out Now @BEATPORT

9  BRTS Release ‘Eclipse – EP’ on Sengiley Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Harmonix & Stephan Roach Release ‘In Love’ on Garden Groove Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

11  Genning Release ‘At the Balcon / Mountains Road’ on Maison Profonde Recordings… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

12  BIG-K Release ‘House Time’ on Beautiful Trip Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the best deep and tech house tracks of the past week…

Sydney upstart Alaya makes his debut on Motive Records with the aptly titled ‘Came To Chill’. With smooth jazzy chords and a sultry saxophone, a deep, chunky bassline, and a subtle catchy vocal, this little number is equally at home in a poolside set or a late-night club affair. With a growing list of support from a broad spectrum of house tastemakers, Alaya may have came to chill, but it looks like he’ll be sticking around for a while.

Jochen Simms continues to delve deep into the realms of tech house on his new single ‘Resonate’. This one for late nights, early mornings, smoke machines and booming systems! A chunky, brash groove is doubled up with a throbbing bassline and big synth stabs that all pulsate and build creating a moment with real edginess and atmosphere!

With their brand-new single ‘Phoenix’, we welcome Chris Peker & Night Shift Master feat. Meital to NYLO. The trio drop the stunning ‘Phoenix’ an irresistible creation of moody basslines, eerie electric wizardry, a seductive echoing and a rocking vocal courtesy of Meital. Showing off their signature deep bounce along with soaring synths and lust-filled melodies that make for an Infectious blend of romance and debauchery. ‘Phoenix’ is dance-floor gold in the purest sense, making Chris Peker & Night Shift Master feat. Meital’s debut release on NYLO a ground-breaking soundtrack for any occasion, which should not be missed! Reminiscent of a great open-air party, the remix instalment features none other than NYLO alumni Fly & Sasha Fashion sounding like being sampled at an after party in an Ice Cream Van.

Moscow house wunderkind BRTS with the first release of EP Eclipse.
The release is made exclusively for clubs and includes epic breakdowns, assertive grooves and catchy vocals.

Harmonix presents ‘In Love’, it’s a liquid dream harnessing the vocals of Stephan Roach. In the words of the Cape Town duo, “the music written by Harmonix and Stephan Roach is an expression of the state of being in love.” The vocals elegantly pushes the feeling of all the raw emotion to be felt in a relationship. “The journey is often confusing and leaves us craving for our deepest desires. In essence the message is about surrender and bringing to life the true meaning of love for us all.”  Garden Groove serves up this four track EP featuring remixes by Neil Gain, Rob Toca and Oliver Osborne. Their delivery of ‘In Love’ perfectly packages a wholesome EP for listeners. Gain’s Motor Love Mix is a deep exploration of sound, bringing to the surface a mix of beautiful emotions. The words “In love” penetrates as Gain effortlessly brings in all the necessary elements to create a track for the dancefloor.

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