Dec 02 2013
We're happy to announce the second single of Dino Lenny on Exploited Records which
comes with an acid techno twist by James Welsh and a remix by chart-climbers Purple Disco Machine. Published by Edition Exploited / Highscore Publishing.
Oct 15 2013
With “Toma Que Toma” Europe´s Nr.1 baile funk lover, Daniel Haaksman, returns with a club bomb that is hardly resistable. With an accordeon sound nicked from a Tarantela tune off a Spaghetti Western soundtrack, plus the trademark 808 snare roll of baile funk and the demand to “Toma Que Toma”, this track will not only be moving bundas to the ground, but packing dancefloors alike.
“Toma Que Toma” is a ubiquious saying in both Spanish and Portuguese language and was often sampled by Rio funk producers. It literally translates to “Get you some” or “Take the take” or “Drink for drink”.
Besides the party-blowing original mix, the single comes with an A1 pack of currently much hyped remixers. The remixes are kicked off by Bot, formerly of Crookers fame and now part of the Main Course collective alongside Astronomar and Neoteric, who went Jersey club style with his version of “Toma Que Toma”.
Super hot Italian stallions, Milangeles, shaped Haaksman´s tune into their trademark juke-meets-polka bounce flavour. Then it's São Paulo´s trap dons Tropkillaz who put “Toma Que Toma” on the tropical bass down low. Last but not least, it´s Waldo Squash of Belem´s Gang Do Eletro who dissolved “Toma Que Toma” into a bouncy Tecno Brega remix.
Four sizzling hot remixes, plus an original mix ready to instantly tropicalize any club, and make the crowd go “Toma Que Toma!”
Crookers: “Original version is $”
Schlachthofbronx: “Yesyes, accordeon wins!”
So Shifty: “Killer Stuff!”
Boris Dlugosch “Love the original! Full support!”
Mixhell “Amazing remixes by our n*ggaz Bot and Tropkillaz!”
Shir Khan: “Original is great!”
Bert On Beats: “Love the original and Bot remix, must have for all funkheads!”
DJ Sabo: “Original mix and Tropkillaz version for me, thanks!”
Big Dope P: “Milangeles FTW!”"
Sep 18 2013
Published by Highscore Publishing.
Sep 13 2013
Out now on Chusma Records: the follow up release of "La Alianza Profana", the debut album by Dengue Dengue Dengue!. Based in Lima, Peru, this duo puts Cumbia Digital on a new level. The highly recommended single "Simiolo" was played and praised by many Djs around the globe.
Published by Edition Chusma / Highscore Publishing.
Aug 28 2013
Ever since the German producer known as Claptone got his start just a year ago, he has been awarded artist of the year on the German Trendcharts DCC 2012, and has held his spot on Beatport’s Top 10 Tracks in the deep house category. So, without surprise, Claptone brought in 2013 with a fresh EP that is still at the top of the charts today.
No Eyes, which features the vocals of Jaw from dOP has been getting love from all over the world including plays by Annie Mac and Pete Tong ('Essential Tune') on BBC Radio 1 who named Claptone 'Future Star of 2013' at the beginning of the year.
It’s a gripping deep house production with an expressive melody, driven by the low and eerie bass line. The airy keyboard chords gives it the personality of a dark, daydream vibe, while the progression is rhythmic and funky. The fresh vocals interlock with the deep house instrumental, creating a song that will be bumping in the back of your mind for a while.
Co-Published by Edition Exploited / Highscore Publishing.
Aug 21 2013
Since Joyce Muniz's "Trust Your Enemies" Single came out in March - she's remixed Maya Jane Coles' "Burning Bright feat. Kim Ann Foxman", Tosca's "Ende Mai", Claptone's "Maximum", Blaze's "Lovely Dae", Stereo MC's "Sunny Day", Munk's "Mis Labios", Robert Owens & Jet Project's "Say The Word", Amp Fiddler's "When The Morning Comes" among others and her cuts have been snapped up for numerous DJ mixes and best-of-summer comps.
Joyce has also produced the entire album "What A Comeback!" of Europe's one and only crooner Louie Austen. Now Brazilian-raised, Vienna-based producer returns on Exploited with her tightest, deepest house yet: "Please Break My Heart feat. Dave".
The original version has a more pop-orientated vibe while the Deep Underground Mix is for all the Headz & real Discjocks out there. Includes 2 DJ-friendly bonus cuts: "El Paseo" and "Its Your
Published by Edition Exploited / Highscore Publishing.
Aug 16 2013
Published by Edition Chusma / Highscore Publishing.
Aug 13 2013
While the original version of Daniel Haaksman´s “Lemba” ft. Coréon Dú is still getting heavy club play around the world, we present you two amazing remixes of the Angolan-German collaboration.
The Swiss wonder boys of house music, the Round Table Knights from Berne (of Made To Play and Exploited fame) were such fans of the original “Lemba” version, that they put a lot of effort in their bouncy remix. Re-examining the clap loop of the original, the Roundies added a slick bass and fidgety sounds and gave “Lemba” a serious Euro club treatment.
The second remix comes from the Dizona Crew a.k.a. the DZC Deejays of Setubal in Portugal. The producer and DJ collective, which recently turned heads with their seminal “Tarraxo Na Parede” track and various club friendly remixes between Kuduro, Funana and Tarraxo. DZC Deejays, shaped “Lemba” into a percussion heavy, Afro house inspired tune.
Released on Man Recordings. Published by Highscore Publishing.
Diplo: “DZC Deejays =)”
Sinden: “RTK remix is a bomb!”
Kry Wolf: “Liking both of these!”
Foamo: “Love the RTK remix”
Boris Dlugosch: “Wow, RTK remix is so good!”
Adam Port: “RTK remix is great, thanks!”
So Shifty: “Really liking the DZC Deejays remix”
Pacheko: “Nice one, feeling both!”
Shir Khan: “Love the RTK remix”
Bert On Beats: “Jeii! DZC Deejays remix for me!”
Chrissy: Murderbot “RTK remix is big!”
Toy Selectah: “RTK solid mofos!”
Mumdance “Loving both!”
Wildlife! “Hell yeah!”
July 29 2013