– House Party Set 33 –
“Fade Out Lines” is a song by French producer The Avener. It is a deep house rework of “The Fade Out Line”, an original song by Australian band Phoebe Killdeer & the Short Straws from their 2011 album Innerquake. It was written by Phoebe Killdeer, composed by Cédric Le Roux and Archive singer Craig Walker, and produced by The Avener. First released in October 2013 through French independent label 96 Musique, it became a chart hit in 2014, entering the French singles chart in April 2014 and ultimately reaching number three in November, and debuting at number one on the German singles chart in October. It went on to serve as the lead single from his self-titled American EP (2015), and his debut album The Wanderings of the Avener (2015).
Listen to it on YouTube: youtu.be/vLnd0k2XJAM
Artist: Giovanny Aparicio
Label: Sol Selectas Records
Compilation Title: Summer Sol V
Release Date: June 19th
We are welcoming French mastermind ANTOINE CLAMARAN and his Project AGUA SIN GAS. With several club hits in his pocket and a few number ones on beatport.com in 2016, we’re sure you all are familiar with his extended work.
The debut track he throws in on Enormous Tunes is another demonstration of his amazing production skills. FEEL SO GOOD contains extracts from Patrick Swayze’s 80s hit “She’s Like the Wind” that he wrote originally for the movie “Grandview, USA” and finally got picked for Patricks breakthrough movie “Dirty Dancing” in 1987.
With an official permission from the original publisher, Antoine created a very fresh remake by taking the famous guitar lick and building his signature house beats around it as well as adding a bit of a spicy but secret herb mixture to it.
We really love this result, as it is unique and stands out. That’s exactly what we’re looking for.
Capturing the current world mood perfectly – the tension, the frustrating pace, the pent-up emotion and that feeling of absolute longing for friends, family, normality to return – ‘Safe’ is one of the most fitting lockdown soundtracks you’ll hear all pandemic.
The latest in a long line of breath-taking emotion-laden hitters (think ‘Hi’, ‘Mantra’ and ‘Gira’ in the last year alone) the unstoppable Monkey Safari roll out an eight minute moment of calm in an otherwise chaotic, uncertain world. Disarming chord progressions, a gradual sense of release and hope and a spoken word sample that will bring many to tears, ‘Safe’ is one of Monkey Safari’s most thoughtful and well-executed tracks to date.
‘Just a few months ago, when our lives had not been upside-down yet, we produced ‘Safe’ as a message of unity, hope, and love. Just a normal day in the studio. But now, in these days of social isolation, it seems ‘Safe’ represents exactly our feelings when we look at the empty world outside. Sharing emotions is one of our main motivations when producing music and DJing. Getting together, dancing together, smiling together. ‘Safe’ is full of emotions that we would love to share with everyone.’ Monkey Safari.
Sharing is caring: ‘Safe’ has been subject to so many ID requests since Joris Voorn first started playing it, they’ve pushed the release forward for us all to enjoy. Stay safe everyone, brighter days will return eventually.
Selected by Traxsource as part of their Top 10 (so far..) celebrating the 50th release from Tribe Records.
As summer fast approaches Tribe turn up the heat and welcome a new face to the stable, Joey Silvero AKA Distant People with his debut release on the label. Sister Pearl, is Joey’s latest creation, a new project featuring the unmistakable vocal talents of London singer song-writer Tasita D’Mour from Reel People and Copyright fame who have come together for Tribe to give us a lovely piece of afro-house perfect for those late hazy nights! Joey is another rising production and DJ talent in the soulful house scene.
Fresh Mode teamed up with ESH to create this new and fresh club track “Just Like That”! Get ready for the weekend with Fresh Mode vs. ESH – Just Like That 🔥🔥 https://lnk.to/JustLikeThat
Stream & Download: https://weplay.lnk.to/sufriendoID
MYLØ is one of the most recognizable club music producers in Poland and with “Sufriendo” (feat. Zafra Negra) he delivers an amazing follow-up to “Bassline”, which has been released on WEPLAY earlier this year. Early support by Danny Avila, B Jones, Plastik Funk, Sophie Francis, Albert Neve & Abel Ramos, Tim Hox and many more!
This hit is just amazing, spreading the awesome latino vibes between deep bass beats with a tendency of EDM.
Two years after its initial release, Malaa’s wall-to-wall single, “Bling Bling,” has gotten a makeover, courtesy of the masked menace himself. The enigmatic producer revisits the dark pulse of the original, hastening the bpm, rising it and letting it recline at a characteristic tech house pace. The vocal remains intact, but loops at the ascent of Malaa’s 2020 revision. Gone is the glitchy breakdown that added idiosyncratic quirk to the 2018 take, and in its place is an undulating, house-centric swing that moves with agility. It’s deep and nefarious in tone, proof that Malaa’s stylistic signature remains deliciously unchanged, even years later.
Ultimately, you could still “rob a bank to this sh*t,” as the house galvanizer has so fervently asserted in the past, and after a spin of “Bling Bling (2020 Remix),” it’s clear that was an integral part of Malaa’s re-imaginative intent.