Today, veteran deep house DJ, Tom Middleton, drops a four-track rework of his summer 2015 club hit, “HEVA.” The first time I heard the original version of the song was when I was fervently listening to the popular podcast, Group Therapy, featuring an episode of Above & Beyond and Tom Middleton. You can listen to the original version of “HEVA” here. With Middleton’s upcoming release, I think he has successfully
Working in a cancer center is not a regular day job for most DJs; in fact, it’s an atmosphere that most of the general public will never understand. For DC-based artist, Eau Claire, it’s not uncommon to spend most waking hours working with terminally-ill patients. Fortunately her upbeat personality brings an optimism and energy that is reflected in her music – a sound that inspires listeners to not stress and
Berlin’s Adam Port recently came out with a remix of Jimpster’s “Eel Pie Island,” turning it into a late-night chiller. This slow-burning track is filled with great soundscapes and textures, and made good use of an interesting spoken-word vocal sample. Also, be sure to check out the other remix on the B-side of this release by Hyenah.
Ruede Hagelstein’s remix of Marc Romboy’s “Counting Comets” is an uplifting cosmic tech house jam. “Counting Comets (Ruede Hagelstein Remix)” features a palpable reverberated percussive element, a synthesized ostinato bass line, and enchanting pads that come straight from the heavens. Hagelstein is a Berlin based artist who has held a residency at Watergate since 2006.
Frankfurt based artist Felix Kröcher is a prominent figure in the German techno scene. Kröcher has influenced electronic music since the mid-2000s, and he is still a techno tastemaker today. Kröcher’s two-month-old remix of Frankyeffe’s “Crazy Man” on Riot Recordings is an intense techno track with a driving bass line. Hefty yet restrained, “Crazy Man (Felix Kröcher Remix)” is the perfect accompaniment to a Tesla motorist hauling ass on the