1 Smoove & Turrell release ‘Stratos Bleu (Remixes)’ on Jalapeno Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
2 Martin Badder release ‘Take My Hand’ on Motive Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
3 Hutch & Freddie release ‘Fooled Me’ on Revoke… Out Now @JUNO
4 Gary Caos release ‘Under the Moonlight’ on Casa Rossa… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
5 Zsak & Crazibiza Release ‘Get Funky’ – Laurent Simeca Remix on PornoStar Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
6 CLiVe & Alfrenk & ProOne79 release ‘Back to the Origins’ on SOVIETT… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
7 Matt Kerley release ‘Bring It Back’ on Somn’thing Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
8 Push3r release ‘Girls & Boys’ on Automation Nation… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
9 DJ J San Release ‘Moving on the Floor’ on Borderline Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Nicks Release ‘Drink No More’ on SOVIETT… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
Today we have some of the best house tunes that are making some noise…
Martin Badder has been on a tear of late, releasing on a slew of the biggest labels in house music, including a recent release on Gorgon City’s REALM imprint and now a remix from Hayden James, arguably one of the biggest names in Australian music right now.
Martin was also patient zero here at Motive, releasing ‘My Medicine’ as the first ever Motive Release (MOT001).
We’re thrilled to have this extremely talented artist back releasing with Motive, and his new single ‘Take My Hand’ is true to form for Martin’s outstanding productions. This time around, Martin us down a garage tinged route on this chunky number.
A Balearic inspired slate of blissful deep house from Hutch x Freddie.
You Don’t Fool Me (Hutch Remix) is a truly memorable re-rub that should be able to find a place in your hearts and USB’s!
Matt Kerley’s been one busy dude during the lockdown. 2020 has seen a set of releases on Somn’thing. Altra Moda, Freakin 909 and Gameroom.
‘Where Did You Go’ is a groove led house beast with a funky baseline and killer stabs. The track opens up with classy piano riffs and a catchy vocal. Proper floor-filling business.
‘Bring It Back’ on the flip is another super take on piano house. Matt uses a familiar replayed vocal hook to turn this into sassy, catchy and programmable cut.
Hold Tight! Push3r delivers the goods with this stripped back, heavy-hitting tech house roller with familiar vocal.
If we could have dance floors across Australia, they would be full from the get go with DJ San’s Moving On The Floor.
The deep yet driving bassline is almost hypnotic to your feet, starting the tap before ultimately moving you to the floor. Appropriate song name, huh?
This must-have track for opening DJs or pre-parties will set the scene perfectly for a night of bumping, grinding, and Moving On The Floor.