Good morning everyone and Happy Friday! #TGIF
I wanted to do a quick update on the blog and let you all know that I will rigorously return this weekend in posting some wicked house tunes.
You’ve probably anxious to hear some new music or curious why I haven’t posted anything. Well, the past week and a half I’ve been incredibly busy with my full time job as a Digital Coordinator at one of the largest hospitals in Washington, D.C. On top of that I’ve got graduate school in Publications Design, two classes a week till 10:45pm at night. And I just moved into my new apartment. So that right there is a lot going on! And I’m a full time girlfriend to my amazing boyfriend (papi chulo) of 9 months and counting. Loving him more and more each day!
So, with all that being said…I hope to start posting again this weekend.
Thank you for being loyal readers!
Are you suffering from a #caseofthemondays? Well, I am! I’m sitting here at Starbucks, attempting to wake up before heading into work, and right now I’m in desperate need of a pick-me-up (the espresso shot isn’t enough.)
While the espresso shot in my latte isn’t doing the job, I’ll say that this grooving deep house mix from Golf Clap is quickly waking me up. Man, it’s just what I needed to get me through the morning!
The Detroit-based production are bringing some heavy moves with their “Nightlife” mix for September. Full of deep churning bass and solid transitions, this is a sexy mix for your morning commute.
Give it a spin:
Bag Raiders have taken Bank’s “Beggin’ For Thread” to new heights with a sublime remix.
Check it out:
Beggin’ For Thread (Bag Raiders Remix)
Good morning! Hope you all have an awesome commute to work. Hang in there, the weekend is almost here.
Perhaps your dragging your feet to work today and need a pick me up, but an EDM anthem might not be the answer. Sometimes you need some vibes in between; enough to get hype, enough to chill.
Well, if that’s the case, then check out this #throwbackthursday gem from minimal techno/deep house producer, Kate Simko.
The London-based female producer (originally from Chicago) is internationally known for her underground techno house sound, and one track that really caught my attention is “Go On Then” featuring Jem Cooke.
Released back in 2012 (so it’s not that old,) this single is a seductive deep house vibe that could be compared to a Maya Jane Coles edit. I’m not just saying that because they are both female producers in a male-dominated industry, but I reference Maya Jane Coles because the sound is similar…and the both happen to be edgy females with some wicked production skills. :)
But I digress. Do yourself a pre-game weekend favor and enjoy the deep house vibes below.
Go On Then
House Music To… Transport You
Sometimes there is nothing I love more than a bouncy beat, but throw in some playful piano chords…and I’m hooked!
And speaking of piano chords, Dots Per Inch’s remix of Effie’s “Addicted” is jam-packed with em!
An effortless, crisp, and simple garage house edit, this remix will have you jumping (or prancing, if that’s your thing.)
Give it a spin:
Addicted (Dots Per Inch Remix)
There is a lot of new music to post, but I’m going to have to catch up on that this weekend. But for now, I’d love to share with you this awesome new remix from Daphni.
The producer has put an incredible spin on Caribou’s single “Our Love.” The result? An infectious house tune with a bouncy beat that will have you dancing.
Give it a spin:
Our Love (Daphni Mix)