House Of Dance | Releases Of The Day

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1 Mayami release ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ on PornoStar Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Domino DB & Michelle Weeks release ‘So Cold’ – DOMINO DB FUNK REWORK on Motive Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Allies For Everyone release ‘Takes All Kinds’ on ICONYC… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Cmd Esc release ‘Dial Up’ on HOLY… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Dave K release ‘Reach for Evissa’ on Cleveland City… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Reece Johnson release ‘French Connection’ on Mango Sounds… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Various Artists release ‘Ibiza Opening 2022’ on Get In Tone Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

8 Frankie release ‘Under’ on Nicksher Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Feri release ‘Away the Tears’ on Grodd Inc… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Luca Olivotto release ‘Last Night’ on Sengiley Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the best house tunes that are making some noise…

Domino DB revisits his 2021 track ‘So Cold’ with a ‘Funk Rework’, bringing new flavours and sounds underneath the ever-incredible vocals of Michelle Weeks. Crashing high-hats, piano stabs, riffs and more live instrumentation guide the way in this Rework and comes as a worthy companion to the original.

Allies for Everyone returns to the label for his 4th release. His last outing back in May of 2021 was received to high acclaim – with huge support from the big boy brigade at the time. With his long-awaited return to ICONYC, Allies supplies us with a slice of early summer vibes aptly named ‘Takes All Kinds’ which additionally is also the theme song of the upcoming ICONYC TV documentary series on Netflix. 

The original of ‘Takes All Kinds’, delivers 80’s stimulated vibes while encapsuling you with warm and soothing sounds, complemented by a smooth edge and some nicely effected sounding elements. We basically have the formula for a bit of a monumental outing. The harmonies and Allies exceptional vocals are the key here, as this restrained gem works its magic while it plays away, creating a warm glow, creating an air of sophistication. A classy homecoming from Allies for Everyone.

German deep house superstar Oliver Schories delivers a trademark deep electronica-soaked rework with infectious chords, laidback drums and smooth breakdown. His remix twists effortlessly throughout, while Allies’ moody vocals sit wonderfully on top adding an extra layer of depth. It’s all about the groove, cool vibes and the suave beats that are working their magic around Oliver’s wonderfully arranged keys that create an irresistible vibe while taking the mind on a trip. ‘Outstanding stuff’!!!

Next up are St.Peterburg’s favorite sons Space Food, known for their melodic sound, keep the ethereal theme of the original alive, as the pulsating bass powers along, before its drum fills and general warmth all combine to do the talking. Like something from yesteryear, yet sounding fresh – This mystical touch up takes the energy levels up a notch, but increases the melancholy with stripped back and lucid elements at the same time, before the luscious pads grace the rework changing the vibe and creating a blanket of warmth that wraps around the effected groove.

With ‘Takes All Kinds’ Allies for Everyone really shows that there’re no boundaries, as this beautiful gem guides you to a full-on melodic hug of a release that will cause many smiles induced moments! ‘Takes All Kinds’ sees a worldwide release on April 29th, 2022 via every well-known digital content provider. Not to be missed.

On the 29th of April, meet artists and producers duo from USA – Cmd Esc to deliver their track release – “Dial Up” to HOLY!

“Dark Minimalistic track, influenced by artists like Zhu and Drezo; we sought to create an uplifting yet gritty experience for our listener. Reminiscent of every day life here in Los Angeles”

Dave K-Reach For Evissa
Huge release from Dave just in time for the summer, full on anthemic house big chords rolling bass and beats.HUGE !!!
Cleveland City 2022

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