Hyper returns to the fold with an almighty bang with ‘My World,’ the second single from the critically acclaimed 2011 album ‘Panic.’
The original mix is huge. Processed guitar’s power over precision drum-break edits, chunky synth lines whir and buzz and slabs of sub bass hold the foundation tight below the guttural bars of Dread MC and Genesis Elijah.
First up on the remix is Ram Records flag-bearer, Hamilton. This guy is rolling at the top of his game a the moment, and doesn’t disappoint with this remarkable DnB edit. The production is snarling and super-tight.
ILL Audio, Distinctives’ new signing, steps up next. He’s constructed a ferocious re-work that explores hi-energy dubstep territory to maximum effect.
Brioski’s disco edit is my personal pic. Stripping nearly all but the vocal from the original, this talented Italian’s refreshing adaptation finishes off the brace of remixes in style.
Hyper’s “My World” (Original Mix) (Break Beat)
My World- Hamilton Mix- (DrumnBass- Dub)
Pixel Fist (Dubstep Remix)
Brioski Remix **Free Download** (Disco House Edit)
Two solid Pure Swing House tracks. Pure Twenty’s Feeling on the Gadjo and La Cumbia! Clem was born in Switzerland in 1984, he started music as a drummer in a small rock band until the age of 14. Later he bought his first turntables and started mixing hip hop with his friends in his basement. In this period, he discovered the House Music. It is only 10 years later, at the age of 24 years he devoted entirely to electronic music as DJ. more info: www.eraserecords.com
Our Hungarian favourites SLAP IN THE BASS return from Egypt with two skillfully crafted future dance classics: ‘Nada’ employs strings, beats and bass to tear musical dimensions apart in the most beautiful way you can imagine. ‘Goma’ is a rather fierce beast. I heard it eats those who don’t dance for breakfast. (NoBrainer SC, 2011)
Tune in to some freshness from The Chosen Two! ’Der Glockenkopf’ and ‘Sanchos Sunrise’ …two tracks which can be categorized as fuel for the dance floor with massive bass lines and rolling sample action. (Powder & Louder SC, 2011)
Colombo bringing out Nu breaks the way it should be – including some much appreciated influence from big beat bass. Out now on iBreaks - Antiques of the Future, a massive 21 track album full of fatness! Below are a few picks.
Recently found out about this duo from Belgium – GoldFFinch – bringing out some a real freshness. Their steep vision of dancefloor Techno and Electro reminds us of why we got into the stuff in the first place.(Numbers SC, 2011) Tune and below and grab your copy here.
Check out this new single by Panoptica from Mexico out this month on Erase Records. Maizal (my pick) has a groovy uplifting mexican party feel where Trigal has more of a dreamy smooth turtle soup vibe. Including remixes from Frogs in Socks, Jose Sousa, Wasabi and more.
Released by: ERASE
Release/catalogue number: ER187
Release date: Nov 14, 2011
The Shadoorack / Bootaleeza EP is a both digital and vinyl release. The original tracks are influenced by swing music from the 30’s. They make use of many instruments, catchy melodies and appealing vocals. The remixes add a valuable extra. Dan Caster doesn’t just offer another version of Shadoorack, but an almost new track in the typical Supdub sound. Arts & Leni bring a great interpretation of Bootaleeza with a strong melodic break. (Atmosphere Records SC, 2011)