Detroit Swindle link back up with recent collaborator, Mayer Hawthorne, for a remix of his track “The Stars Are Ours.” And the best part? It’s 100% free! The track is a super smooth house rework full of late night vibes and endless grooves. It has the old school flair that we’ve come to love built in with Detroit Swindle’s signature touch. Take a listen below:
DC’s Micah Vellian just dropped one of our favorite recent tracks on us out of nowhere. “Without You” is a hyper sensualized disco house burner that comes off as a cross between Russ Chimes and early Treasure Fingers. It’s a retro tinged ball of energy that seamlessly crosses genres and even comes complete with a “Sour Diesel Dub.” Take a listen to both versions below:
Here are 5 more tunes to get you through the week. Enjoy!
1) Dusky – Love Taking Over
Dusky was one of the hottest deep house acts of 2013, and this year they will be releasing an EP and LP. The first track has everything we’ve grown to love about Dusky’s sound: big room bass, catchy vocal samples, and riveting snares. Sure it might sound a lot like everything else they’ve released, but I’m not complaining.
2) Fur Coat – The Right Move feat. JAW
The debut EP on BPitch control from Segio Munoz and Israel Sunshine is a winner. The track features the Venezuelan duo teaming up with JAW’s whispering vocals. The result is a hypnotic groove with a subtle bassline.
3) Steve Huerta – Kingsley’s Groove
Steve Huerta has been on fire for the past year. Everything he releases is sexy and smooth deep house. This b-side cut doesn’t disappoint.
4) Sleepyhead – Another Love
This one is so catchy and uplifting that it will always put you in a great mood. It was released a few months back, but I still have it on regular rotation.
5) Genius of Time – Juno Jam
“Juno Jam” is one of the most unique tracks I’ve heard in quite a bit. It’s as adventurous and mellow as it is heavy and tribal.
Sixth Avenue Express turns out some serious summer vibes with his latest track. “Move On It” reworks a Jamaica Girls classic into a summery house jam with plenty of old school and feel good vibes. SAE has always managed to find a unique and unparalleled cross between house and nu disco, and this track is no different, packing the summery, tropical feel of nu disco with the endless grooviness of house. Perfect for the weekend. Grab it now!
DC/LA producer and DJ, Tittsworth, just teamed up with a hip hop dream team for his latest track. “After The Dance” features Q-Tip, Theophilus London & DC vocalist, Alison Carney, for a laid back dance groove perfect for summer nights. The track feels as slick as an old school hip hop track wrapped up in an instantly addicting future funk of washed out synths and shuffling percussion. We’ve had this on repeat all week. It’s also up as a free download so make sure to grab it now: