Category Archives: All About House

Fresh Visuals | Hot Since 82 – ‘Restless’ x ‘The Core’

Do your dreams bring you closer to the one you love?

In Hot Since 82′s new music videos, “Restless” and “The Core,” we experience an avant-garde story of dreams and love unravel at the tug of a string…right before our eyes.

Watch the fresh visuals below.

Restless (Sleepwalker Part 1)

The Core (Sleepwalker Part 2)

♥| Full Intention x Penny F – ‘I Will Wait For You’

It’s not often that I find myself listening to a house track religiously. Okay, that’s not 100% happens a lot! But I must say that Full Intention’s new track “I Will Wait For You” is such a majestic track that has snuck it’s way into my heart.

Featuring the ocean breeze vocals of Penny F, “I’ll Wait For You” is a delightful track that has a powerful build.

The track starts off with some soulful drums and then a few atmospheric synths trickle their way in. This glorious intro is followed up by the alluring Penny F singing her “I Will Wait For You’ ballad.

It’s yet another great release from the guys of Full Intention.

Give it a spin:

I Will Wait For You


Deep House | Kenny Hectyc – ‘Richness is Life’ (Preview)

If you’ve read my blog in the past and pay attention to every blog post, then you’ve probably read my feature on Kenny Hectyc. But I totally understand if life gets in the way and you don’t soak up every ounce of good house music…

But today you’ll want to check out these new heat from Mr. Hectyc.

Sampling a quote from music icon, Bob Marley, this new track “Richness is Life” is a solid combination of roots, deep house, and bass.

Albeit it’s only a snippet of what’s to come, I can certainly say I’m digging what I’m hearing so far!

Give it a spin:

Richness is Life

and in case you missed this preview:

I Don’t Know

Photo credit: Dace




Stream | Business As Usual Live From The Wash House: Luke Solomon – January 2015

Good morning! Who’s ready for a weekend full of house music?! Well, I am! That’s right, tonight is my favorite house music event in the DMV—Deep Sugar @ Paradox nightclub in Baltimore, MD.

In preparation for hours of dancing, I’m zoning out to this wicked house mix from Luke Solomon. Come on now, Luke Solomon + Business As Usual + Classics, need I say more?

Give it a spin:

Fresh Vibes | Philip George – ‘Wish You Were Mine’ (VIDEO)

With digital media embedded in our society, the age of discovery has become seamless. Years of knocking on the doors of record labels in attempts of being noticed have known be replaced with artists paving their own path.

Thanks to Soundcloud, Philip George, a 21 year old British house DJ/producer has just been signed to an indie label, 3 Beat. On top of that, he’s also released a debut single titled “Wish You Were Mine” as part of a US partnership with Motown.

To create some much-needed buzz for the single, a promo video has been released. It’s a simple video that shows off some dancers popping and locking throughout the neighborhood.

Check it out:

Wish You Were Mine


Certified Awesome | Oliver Heldens x Mr. Belt & Wezol – ‘Pikachu’

Winding down for the evening, I decided to read the latest issue of DJ Mag, which features rising producer/dj Oliver Heldens on the cover.

At only 19 years old, Heldens has been making quite a name for himself with his “future house” sound. While many debate what genre he falls into, overall Heldens creates music that has an upbeat groove with the right bpm that classifies it as some genre of house music.

So whether you call it future house or deep house or UK house, once thing for certain is many (including myself) are becoming fans of Mr. Heldens and his productions. Good stuff! :)

He’s got a lot of good tracks such as “Koala” and “Gecko,” and he’s even got a podcast on iTunes, but my favorite track is “Pikachu.”

Perhaps because it pleases my nerdy appetite, “Pikachu” is a quirky dance number with production support from Mr. Belt & Wezol.


Not only does the track speak to all our inner geeks, but it’s a dance floor killer that has received major support from dance heavyweights such as Hardwell, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Bingo Players, Diplo, and many more.

Give it a spin: