Anderson .Paak – The Waters (feat. BJ the Chicago Kid)
Love Anderson Paak – Was great when I saw him at Glasto.
Cela – I’m In Love – Joey Negro edit
Just wicked disco vibes, we drop this at our after parties all the time.
Chesus – Special (Original Mix)
More quality disco house, just kick back and enjoy this.
Future Islands – A Dream Of You And Me
Love this band, Love the 80’s feel – as I am writing this, listening to it in the back ground and getting well in the zone before we head out to see them perform tonight at the legendary Brixton Academy.
Foals – Balloons
Another band I love, one of their earlier tracks from Antidotes, but love all their new material just as much too.
Dr Dre – nothin’ but A ‘G’ thANG
Used to listen to The Chronic all the time – big part of me growing up and this is one of my favs from the album.
OutKast – Ain’t No Thang
Straight up proper jam from Outkast
alt – j – Dissolve Me
Another great band… I remember hearing them perform this in Glasto in the sun with my good friends brings back great memories when I hear this track from them.
Sasha – Xpander
Used to love my prog house back in the day and this is one of my favourites from ’The Man Like’ Sasha and for me his best track.
Chvrches – Leave A Trace (Four Tet Remix)
Love Chvrches and I love Four Tet – wicked remix great how it builds and builds. I remember my bro Cozzy D playing me this track in the studio and it just blew me away. I instantly added it to my Spotify playlist and play it out… when the time is right to drop it, it just works so well.
Jansons Mode EP (Four Thirty Two)
Already a regular studio collaborator with Richy Ahmed, Michael Jansons AKA Jansons strikes it solo on the fourth release for Richy’s flourishing Four Thirty Two label. The “Mode” EP finds Jansons following up from recent chart topping original releases and remixes for Knee Deep In Sound, Lower East and his “Panic At The Disco” single on Leftroom, which is their best selling single on Beatport to date. It’s a bumper 4 track EP, showcasing and encapsulating the many shades of Jansons unique sound, and bolstered with a remix from aforementioned collaborator and label boss, Richy Ahmed. The Original Mix of “Mode” comes correct with plenty of classic house music chops; frenetic synth keys jab away over a rubbery, percussive groove for a sophisticated and energizing club cut, whilst Ahmed plumps for a real old skool flavor on his remix. Chugging drums and a tight bassline give more than a whiff of classic Windy City house vibes on this killer remix. Two versions of “Colours” are packed with hypnotizing string riffs and bumpin’ percussion, with the “Alternative Mix” edging it in the more stripped down techno stakes, whilst “Sequential” find Jansons in disco mood, with rolling drums, string stabs and a deadly bottom end groove that wraps up a fine release from this burgeoning British talent.
Out now Jansons Mode EP (Four Thirty Two Cat. No. 432R004)