1 Bruno Furlan release ‘Let Me’ on Lapsus Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
2 Fran DC release ‘Pull Up’ on Be One Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 Dave M.Sanchez release ‘Hit Da Club’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Fickry & Andres Power & Thincut release ‘Under Disco Lights’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Piero Scratch release ‘The Part’ on ANZL… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Louis release ‘Locomotives’ on Homewerx Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Kide (IT) release ‘Move Your Body’ on Casa Rossa… Out Now @BEATPORT
8 SODF release ‘Remember’ on Motive Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
9 Jerry-Jerr & RVBTheHague & Rogier Dulac release ‘How You Want It’ on Blanc Stone Digital… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Marlon Sadler release ‘Keep You Moving (Extended Mix)’ on High Definition… Out Now @BEATPORT
11 Dario Nunez release ‘Y No Pasa Nada Feat la Piti’ on SOLEADO RECORDINGS… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…
Bruno Furlan makes his debut on Lapsus Music with a tech house dancefloor banger.
Fran DC is welcome to Be One Records with his first Ep in our family. He delivers two original tracks with great groove and amazing catchy vocals, perfect songs for your main time tech house sets. He is not alone and Esther Bronchal make the remix for Pull Up track, creating another vision of this nice tune. We hope you like it. Be One
Piero Scratch, releasing tunes on Nervous, La Pera, Happy Techno and Material, is certainly one of the leading talents of the underground tech scene. We’re pleased to welcome his new ep called ‘The Part’. The title track is a sensational hot track ready to light up Isla’s dancefloors. Marco’s amazing remix gives it a different and rolling touch. ‘The Big Man’ closes the release; a track with strong electronic influences and classy micro beat.
Australian producer/DJ duo SODF make their long awaited debut on Motive Records with ‘Remember. Honing in on their signature aesthetic, SODF employ big spacey leads and pulsing pads to build the everlasting groove that carries this track. Definitely a dance floor weapon for all you selectors out there!
Marlon Sadler enters the fray with Keep You Moving.
A consistent player in the Tech House world, Marlon’s previously released on Wyldcard and Freakin 909 alongside appearing at events up and down the country.
Keep You Moving delivers a raw UK fusion of Tec House drums, impressive synth work and a weighty bassline, designed to do damage on tour.
Marlon know’s it…. Life’s Better In HD