1 Patricia Starr & Richie Dio release ‘Drums All over My Body’ on Homewerx Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
2 LTC (UK) & Luke Truth & Carrera (UK) release ‘Special’ on Seed Recordings… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
3 Austins Groove release ‘Give It Up’ on Motive Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Nick Hook release ‘Fixed on You’ on Revoke… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Anton Ishutin & Deniz Reno release ‘Wicked Game’ on PornoStar Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Ed Lev release ‘Giving It All’ on Aorta Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Various Artists release ‘Discipline of Swing 2021’ on See-Saw… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE
8 Screen II release ‘Let the Record Spin’ on Cleveland City… Out Now @BEATPORT
9 Jado Kale release ‘We Groove’ on HOLY… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 TELEGIMNASTIKA release ‘Space Mouse’ on SOVIETT Electronic… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the best house tunes that are making some noise…
If you’re like us, one of those kinds of individuals that just craves the sound of Afro percussion, this release is just for you! Homewerx Music presents the combined efforts of two powerhouse Afro producers, Patricia Starr and Richie Dio, returning to the label in this collaborative effort; bringing the hypnotic sound of those Afro rhythms to life in this, their “Drums All Over My Body” release. We have four mixes from the two of them and special remixes by Saliva Commandos and Tommy Myst. This release will not disappoint, you need this!
Give it up for Austins Groove as he returns to the Motive imprint for 2022 with his latest track. Embodying gorgeous chord & piano stabs that simmer underneath breathtaking vocals and a bassline promising to send off good vibrations through any dancer who listens, ‘Give It Up’ is just another notch in Austin Groove’s impressive releases both on Motive Records and beyond.
Veteran DJ and producer Nick Hook makes his debut on Revoke with an all-new tough piano-led house. Tight percussion holds the track together with a rolling piano, warm bassline and looped female vocal adding dance floor appeal.
“We Groove was primarly created using Reason 12 software. Most of my inspiration came from driving house tracks of the late 90’s and early 2000’s that had a driving disco/ funk sound and relied heavily on a tribal rhythm for its foundational beat. Artists like Hatiras, DJ Dan, and H-Foundation are some of the influences I drew from. During the production process, I decided to have the break section have a simple breakbeat style flare to it. You don’t often hear that with house tracks, but typically tracks that can pull it off sound really good to me when its done properly”