E.R.N.E.S.T.O. strikes again! The Madrid-based DJ/Producer has dropped a massive mix from his live set at Suka Bar in Caracas, Venezuela.
Pumping with the heavy bass, house classics such as “Brighter Days,” and some deep pulsating bass from Detroit Swindle (“The Wrap Around,”) this mix is pure fire! As usual, E.R.N.E.S.T.O. brings that pure house music that makes you want to dance…dance your ass off!
Deep, soulful, deep, deep, and yes, deep. Russian house duo, Going Deeper, has released a superb April 2013 mix for Spirit Soul’s Mix Archive. It’s superb! Oh wait, did I already say that? Well, I’ll say it again because this mix truly rocks the house!
This deep house mix is spectacular and it can be yours for free by simply liking Going Deeper’s Facebook Page. Sadly, there isn’t a tracklist, but leave it up to soundcloud users to leave comments and ID the tracks for us.
Listen below. Eargasm guaranteed.
Here is the first track from the mix. Loving it!
I’ve expressed it several times on this blog, but I must say it again. George Fitzgerald is the next big-deal producer! Seriously, I’ve got my eye on this guy. Remember his Essential Mix for BBC Radio? Hello, can you say epic! And how about “Child” and those deep throbbing bass lines…amazing!
So let’s go back to his Essential Mix he released earlier this year. You might recall a certified awesome track that shifted the mix from deep house grooves to raw, dirty, insatiable bass. Well that track is called “Beam Me Up” and the version that blew my mind is George Fitzgerald’s mix of the already snazzy track by Close featuring Scuba.
And guess what?! Now you can listen to the track over and over again! George Fitzgerald uploaded it to his soundcloud and you can expect to get your hands on it when Will Saul aka Close’s EP drops on his forthcoming new album. But for now, just play the hell out of this massive remix. Trust me, it’s certified awesome, certified massive, and a bangin track that is a floorfiller!
Belgian producer Compuphonic captured my heart quite some time ago with his track “Sunset” featuring Marques Toliver.
The track has a beautiful deep house vibe infused with hints of whimsical romanticism (that’s how I feel when listening to it,) and now the track has a music video to match.
The animated video for “Sunset” was created in studios in Lisbon and Vienna and it’s the great companion for the vibes of each rhythm.
The sheer simplicity is honestly what makes this video one of my favorites. There could have been a video featuring a beach and some hotties or a sexy lounge scene, but this quirky animation is the exemplification of “Sunset.”
Watch the video below! I’m pretty sure you’re going to love it.