Disclosure has just dropped a massive new track called “When A Fire Starts To Burn” and I must say it’s certified awesome, certified wicked!
Disclosure, one of my favorite UK-based production duos, have been making a name for themselves in the garage house & electronic scene. And this massive track reminds me of why I love them so much; music that makes you just want to dance.
Alright, perhaps “Latch” doesn’t make you want to dance (but it’s such an awesome song,) but this latest release off their forthcoming debut album Settle is surely one for the dancefloors!
The lyrics of “When A Fire Starts To Burn” give this track a gangsta house vibe. Think Amine Edge. There is just something about gangsta-ish lyrics infused with a heavy bass and pulsating rhythms make you just want to get all loose and wild on the dancefloor.
Give this wicked track a spin!
House music is my heart, but hey I love all things in the family of electronic dance music and I can get down with dubstep and drum & bass (so addicting!) So when Keeping The Faith (Ian Halsall) sent me links to some of his latest tracks, I was totally digging what I heard.
Even though I’m a house music junkie for life and that’s my heart, I love all types of music (especially EDM.) So don’t ever be afraid to submit your music to me. I try my best to share good music.
Word to the wise: you can never go wrong with some dubstep, drum & bass, and good old fashioned breaks. So check out some of Keeping The Faith’s music and be sure to stay in the loop via his soundcloud.
One more day until Todd Terry makes his way to DC’s U Street Music Hall and kills it on the decks at Red Fridays. If you’re in DC this weekend, you really ought to swing by, party with the ThinkSoul25 crew (Jasmine McGee,) and enjoy some house classics; you know he’s gonna spin some.
So in celebration of the legendary Todd Terry and Throwback Thursdays, I present to you some of my favorite club/dance music classics you’re gonna love!
Rap with a dance music beat. Can’t get better than this.
My all time favorite! I always sing this when it comes on, and I remember one time at Red Fridays a DJ spun this track and I almost lost my mind singing and hollering!
I’ve found myself randomly singing this song on so many occasions!
Haha, remember Mark Wahlberg was a rapper for a short time? LOVE IT!
This song never gets old! So much fun to dance to!!!
UK-based DJ, Bill Shepard aka Push Music has released his latest monthly mix. For the month of May, he’s served up 60 minutes of brand new and unreleased nu-disco, indie electro, and house music.
Featuring cuts from Yusek, EarlGrey, Gramme, Drop Out Orchestra, Tiger & Woods, DuTonc, and Shitrobot, this mix is a hipster’s dream come true!
Du Tonc Surging Memories (Original Mix)
JKriv & The Disco Machine Make It Acid (Idjut Boys Mix)
Shit Robot Feels Real (Extended Dance Version)
Rex the Dog Do You Feel What I Feel (Tiger & Woods Remix) [feat. Jamie Mcdermott]
Yuksek Truth feat. Juveniles (Original Mix)
Earl Grey Regent’s Park
Azari & III Lost In Time Blende Remix
Spirit Catcher Final Call (feat. Mr. Renard)
Peking Duk The Way You Are (The Phantom’s Revenge Remix)
Theatre Of Delays Utopia
Gramme Laugh Out Loud (Luke Solomon Remix)
Blondie Heart Of Glass (Oliver & Thee Mike B Remix)
Daft Punk Get Lucky (Drop Out Orchestra Edit)
Grizzly Bear gun-shy (Lindstrøm Remix)
Tom Rowlands Through Me
!!! One Girl / One Boy