1 Din Jay & Ken Holland & Matteo Dentone release ‘Sweet Chips!’ on House ‘n Chips… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
2 2Lovers release ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
3 Le Roi Carmona & Gianni Ruocco & Jon Lee release ‘You Can Do It/breathe’ on Automation Nation… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
5 JazzyFunk release ‘New Elite’ on Motive Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
6 Aaron North release ‘Only You’ on Somn’thing Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
7 Lass (FR) release ‘The Switch’ on We Are Phonik… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
8 Makanan release ‘Serendipity’ on Downtown Underground… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
9 Laurent Simeca & Crazibiza release ‘Good Times’ on PornoStar Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
10 Max Lyazgin & Hugobeat release ‘Club Life’ on Stamp Art… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
11 Gary Caos & DJ Herbie & Markino release ‘Rock and Roll Man’ on Casa Rossa… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
12 Melokolektiv & Konvex & The Shadow release ‘Taxi Cab’ on Hosted… Out Now @BEATPORT
13 Neoneez release ‘1987’ on SOVIETT Electronic… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
14 Indigo Rogue release ‘Higher’ on Turtle Wax Recordings… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
15 Maibee & Petry release ‘Don’t Stop’ on Blacktone… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
17 DFault & DJ Unites release ‘Emily’s Journey’ on Juiced Liquid Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the best house tunes that are making some noise…
HNC005 Sweet Chips! is a hot collection of 3 house jems from the Din Jay & James Starck, Matteo Dentone and Ken Holland.
Welcoming Italian house maestro Jazzyfunk to team Motive! We’ve had our eye on this promising producer for some time, and we’re excited to be releasing his new single ‘New Elite’ out now on Motive Records.
Jazzyfunk’s trademark sound is exactly what makes house music so timeless, and has lead to him landing releases on labels such including Nervous, Toolroom, Armada, King Street Sounds and more.
With his latest offering ‘New Elite’, Jazzyfunk combines deep & jacking house elements with a chopped and twisted vocal sample to create a toe-tapping groover with a club-ready feel. Motive approved, get this one in your playlist!
Aaron North brings some new heat yet again to Somn’thing with his own distinctive house style. I skilful hybrid of house, bass and tech with a real melodic overtone.
Having already released on 1980 Recordings, we now welcome Lass (FR) to We Are Phonik with his incredible track ‘The Switch’
With Hip Hop vocals samples, Jackin’ beats and a techy bassline… This is sure to get you grooving into the early hours.
Siberian producers Max Lyazgin & Hugobeat is back on Stamp Art Records with new single «Club Life». Dance & N-Joy!
H009 by Melokolektiv, Konvex & The Shadow
Melokolektiv, Konvex & the Shadow are back with their second release on Hosted. Once again the two talented producers from France created a really impressive track. A unique piece of Indie Dance that welcomes onboard Ryan Konline, an amazing California based vocalist.
Honestly, “Taxi Cab” is not the typical Indie Dance track you might have heard a thousand times. This track mixes all kinds of influences which makes it so unique. There is some funk, some house, some acid, and also some indie dance on this track.
No doubt that Ryan Konline vocal will remind you of Jamiroquai or Mayer Hawthorne. It’s optimistic, joyful and honestly, we needed it to go through the upcoming winter period.
“Taxi Cab” is a great one for the dancefloor but it’s also something you can listen at home.
The Acid mix offers another view on the track, giving prior to the 303 bassline and the vintage drums. It will please the more underground DJs.
TWR is fired up with the addition of Indigo Rogue to our ‘ohana with his phenomenal debut “Higher”
The energy of this tune does exactly what the title says by taking you higher than you ever been baby….
After gaining so much traction on Beatport Trance Charts (Hype No2, and Main Chart No.32).
On one of the remixes, local legend Jay Kay contact DJs Unite after hearing about Emily’s Story and contacted us to offer his services
“I had heard the 140 bpm original & liked the sound of it ! So I wanted to make something a little slower using their vibes & went for a progressive vibe to take it to a different audience.” Explained Jay Kay.