Montreal duo Prince Club has teamed up once again with fellow Canadian – and killer producer – Poupon for another epic underground hit called “Treat Me Right.” Coming out on Mark Knight’s Toolroom label, their latest outing is a dark, cycling deep house track worthy of the most insane rave environment you can think of. The moody pads add a layer of calculated grimace while the sample for the vocal track, which is no doubt touched with reverbs and echoes fit for the creepiest of caverns, has a siren call effect that will without a doubt get stuck in your head for days. Ultimately this track is designed to make the thoughts in your head run in circles until the only thing you have left are your impulses and it succeeds on multiple levels. That said, hopefully your impulse is to dance because when this track is finally released, it’s gonna be one hell of a bomb to drop in the middle of a set.
You can preview it below before it’s finally released on the next Toolroom Selector Series on October 5.
Mia Dora’s latest release for Madtech is easily one of our favorites from the duo yet. Featuring vocals from Let The Machines Do The Work, “Myth” is a late night trip working off a hypnotic bass line and slow build that works into a tech house frenzy over the course of 8 minutes. Take a listen to the preview below and keep an eye out for the single coming soon:
Denver based label Night Supply just dropped a new single from Keepers. “One of My Kind” INXS track, and turns it into a late night deep house party. It’s a sleek and sexy rework with moody pads and a weighty bass groove. Listen below and grab the track as a free DL:
London’s Riva Starr has been having a busy 2014. So it only makes sense that he would remix the equally as busy – and exceptionally talented – indie act London Grammar. Taking the ethereal, cinematic “If You Wait” and using Hannah Reid’s powerful vocals as his backbone, the remix offers up a UK garage sound that blends itself so beautifully into the spiritual, divine coffeehouse electronica that London Grammar has made a niche with. What truly stands out here is Riva Starr’s use of ambience to his advantage to create something more than a run-of-the-mill deep house banger: he takes moody piano, spacious reverb, and even an escalated orchestral part and infuses it with a space time continuum – the bass and the treble in the 4/4 time signature – which builds itself up into a work that we as the ravers, the lovers, the star-kissed dreamers can truly lose our heads in.
Listen to this hypnotic masterpiece below and check out London Grammar when they hit up the 9:30 Club on November 7.
Coming straight out of Chicago, Rogue Vogue is ready to infiltrate your speakers with his remix of Miami Horror’s “Wild Motion.” Paying homage to the house Chicago built in the 80′s and 90′s, this particular edit is littered with bouncy synths, sweat inducing rhythm, airy vocals, and plucky bass which all comes together into a tight package that is guaranteed to flood your senses with a dance triggering rush of dopamine. This edit is sworn to make all the 90′s babies in the room zip right out to the nearest dancefloor.
Check it out below. It’s a free download.