Wildkats, the newly-formed contemporary house production trio of Edinburgh’s Stuart Sandeman, Scott Dickie and U.S. import Corey Baker, are gearing up to release their first official remix for Lee Brinx‘s latest single, “Over You”. The Wildkats’ take on “Over You” — a personal favorite — highlights their signature funky, deep, techy bassline paired with a prime focus on the subtle breathy whispers of Tina Geru (a.k.a. “Tina G.”, former member

Ian Pooley, the German Producer/DJ has been in the game for almost 20 years and his latest deep house single, “So Good” was just released on Smoke N Mirrors. I can confirm that Pooley has still got it. All of the remixes are great as well, especially Hanssen’s disco take and Fernando Gullon’s spacey beats. Plenty more Ian Pooley can be found on his label, Pooled Music. Additional Links: Soundcloud

Came across this lovely little edit in a recent Catz N Dogz podcast and had to post it. Hamburg-based Diynamic label head, Solomun, gives us a housey re-rub of Jamie Woon’s “Night Air,” leaving the rising UK singer/songwriter’s pristine vocals intact while laying down some nice percussion underneath. Perfect track for a warm summer night. Jamie Woon – Night Air (Solomun Edit) by Blisspop

Despite electronic enthusiast Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) currently touring the world for his latest EP Prehistory, he has still managed to be productive on the other side of the globe.  As of last Thursday, his remix of Friendly Fires’ “Hawaiian Air” is up for listen and sale on iTunes.  The remix definitely compliments its name with its drums and strides of synth while echoing the original vocals to create

No. 19 Music recently uploaded Art Department’s latest mix (via Soundcloud) from their appearance at the One Records/Illusion party during Barcelona’s Sonar Festival back in June. In addition to blending a smooth mix of dark/deep/tech house and nu disco, Art Department highlights a few of their own unreleased tracks, as well as a forthcoming single from label mate Maceo Plex (listen for it around the 60:00 mark).