1 Marco Tuccillo release ‘About That Girl’ on Motive Records… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
2 Astre & PSTW release ‘Hot Chords’ on Creature Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 Paolo Martini release ‘Vibrations’ on Paul’s Boutique… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Michael Louder release ‘Time for This’ on Be One Limited… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Luca Bisori release ‘Don’t Stop’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Veltron & Wolf Jay release ‘Just You and Me’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Phat Suppli Release ‘I Just Wanna (Extended Mix)’ on Outbound Sounds… Out Now @BEATPORT
8 Jeff Service Release ‘Bring Your Momma (Extended Mix)’ on High Definition…Out Now @BEATPORT
9 CADIZ Release ‘Radio Silence’ on Automation Nation…Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Inward Universe & Call From Beyond Release ‘Till the Pain Goes’ on Nicksher Music…Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…
Italian producer Marco Tuccillo brings the heat with the two track EP, ‘About That Girl’. The title track sets the tone with a rumbling, off-beat bassline and piano stabs creating the perfect groove. On the B-side Tuccillo doubles down on the pace & groove with the help of a gorgeous vocal. Both of these killer tracks will have the crowd on their feet!
Michael Louder is welcomes to the family with this great tech release. Amazing beats and fresh baseline defines his sound, tracks of high quality with nice funk voices and instruments like pianos and brass that you will love. We hope you like it. Be One
Phat Suppli becomes the first female producer to drop on Outbound Sounds, followig releases on WyldCard, High Definition and Brash Beats.
On “I Just Wanna”, PS delivers her signature chunky tech house style with applomb. Tight drums, swirling lazers and a hypnotic vocal. What’s not to love?
Having released on the likes of Baikonur and a load more, we welcome USA starlet, Jeff Service, to the HD family, with his hard hitting after hours smasher “Bring your Momma” featuring M3 bringing the original vocal HEAT.
Jeff spices the track up with a filthy progressive bassline and aggressive tech drums that’ll keep things popping all night long at the rave.
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