1 Blas Miller release ‘Woah Cream’ on Be One Limited…Out Now @BEATPORT
2 B-Liv release ‘Puturhandz’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 Paul Mondot & Austins Groove release ‘This House Music’ on Motive Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Bored Machines release ‘Crazy’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Nico Balducci release ‘Sending Lovers’ on Lapsus Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Killed Kassette & Twin Bros & Ben Rodd release ‘Get Your Hands Up’ on 303lovers… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Di Chiara Brothers release ‘Turn Me On’ on Creature Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
8 Anton Bykov & Odeum (UA) release ‘What You Wanna Do’ on Casa Rossa… Out Now @BEATPORT
9 Ant Healey release ‘On My Mind’ on Automation Nation… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Eddie Mezz release ‘Come Along’ on Homewerx Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…
Blas Miller is welcome to the Be One family with this great ep in Be One Limited. Elegant, fat and clean defines his sound, 3 amazing tracks with perfect groove and great moments with voices, synth and percussion details. Choose your favorite. We hope you like it.
Motive Records veteran Austins Groove joins forces with Paul Mondot for ‘This House Music’. Championing essential sounds that have become synonymous with the house music sound, such as the Organ, ‘This House Music’ is a timeless track that guarantees an increase in energy wherever it’s heard!
Sending Lovers is the work of Nico Balducci for his debut on Lapsus Music. It comes with intriguingly vibrations, boosted up by a label owner Supernova remix for the minimal house lovers.
303Lovers is the spawn of a musical design by Manuel De La Mare, Luigi Rocca and Alex Kenji. Rooted in three tiers of electronic music, those being tech house, techno and electronica, the label symbolises a soundscape that has melted away boundaries, ventured into crossover and retained underground status, whilst continually proliferating its musical direction to ensure it is on the cutting edge of electronic music.
Along with organ bass and off-beat synth-action, it builds and builds with hooky female vocals into a huge floor filler