All posts in December 2012

Deep City Groove – Stop, Look, Listen EP

Deep City Groove – Stop, Look, Listen EP

Fresh sounds coming out of Belfast this time from up and coming talent, Deep City Groove.

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Figgy – For The One EP

Figgy – For The One EP

Figgy, a New York up and coming producer from the underground house music scene has just released a 4 track EP entitled For The One on the Symbols Recordings label. A combination of Read more

Luthier – This Rock

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Thiago Viera Romulus and Avila are the names of the Brazilian tech house producers, Luthier.

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Magnier’s best free tracks of 2012 mix

Magnier's best free tracks of 2012 mix

The end of 2012 draws near and with most music sites/publications/blogs putting out their top ‘so and so’ tracks of 2012, The Hose of Disco have taken a Read more

Solidisco

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Buffalo, NY, is home to perhaps one of the fastest growing names within the disco house scene, which of course is Solidisco.

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Ejeca vs Rhythm Operator – Raid

Ejeca vs Rhythm Operator – Raid

With names such as Bicep supporting London based house producer Ejeca, it’s to no surprise seeing him with warehouse stompers (as he claims) such as raid ready to hit the clubs.

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Shut The Front Door – Launch Party 22/11/12

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After all the stresses of putting together a launch event for the brand,

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STFD Tape 001

STFD Tape 001 – K.P

Goldroom – Sweetness Alive (feat. SLL)

Goldroom - Sweetness Alive

Los Angeles tropical & disco producer Goldroom recently put out his latest track Sweetness Alive. Featuring the sweet vocals of SLL, the soothing tropical funk track is set to have you relaxed back in your seat drifting towards paradise…

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House of Kolour Compilation

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The House of Disco have put out a new 12 track digital compilation which is also going to run as part of a competition feature to decide upon the track listing for a 4 track limited edition vinyl.

So how exactly can we decide which 4 tracks will be part of this vinyl? Read more