Regular readers of LoveThat will know that once a week we like to turn your attentions away from the mundane 9-5 work load, and instead be the bad influence that makes you dream of nothing other than Saturday night! Quite frankly sharing the latest House records that we consider to be tunes, is one of our favourite pastimes. And today we deliver 5 bullets that need to be added to your playlist as soon as possible.
Waze & Odyssey – Don’t You (Get Away)
Waze & Odyssey stay true to their Underground roots, even after soaring up the UK singles chart with ‘Bump and Grind’. ‘Don’t You’ is so bumpy, that you may end up with a migraine.
Hot Since 82 feat Alex Mills – Restless
The Leeds lad that is Hot Since 82, returns to our pick of deadly dance music, with a song that is sure to satisfy every House loving lass up and down the country. ‘Restless’ will be released on Hot’s very own label ‘Knee Deep In Sound’ and features the ‘Something Special’ vocalist Alex Mills. Future chart hit?
Grades – Crocodile Tears (Cause & Affect Remix)
We were first introduced to Grades by his refix of ‘Eh Yo’. More recently the producer unleashed ‘Crocodile Tears’, which has even more recently been remixed by the outfit known as Cause & Affect. This weapon is more Garage than House, but who’s labeling eh?!
Pleasure State – Ghost in the System
Made up of MK (Marc Kinchen), Lee Foss and Anabel Englund, Pleasure State release their latest joint ‘Ghost In The System’. These guys stem from the Hot Natured/Hot Creations camp and brought us Electricity previously. A cool video too… Clap clap!
Majestic & Jungle 70 – Creeping In The Dark (DJ Zinc & Colin Francis Remix)
Okay now we’ve known about this mix for a while, and have been eagerly waiting to share it with you. For those in the know, ‘Creeping In The Dark’ has been a ticking time-bomb, waiting to change the game for some time now. The track has had remixes from House gods such as Armand Van Helden, and Grant Nelson, now a legend in his own right, Zinc, alongside Colin Francis, joins the party, with a stomping brand new take of the monster record. “Oi, hear the bassline!”.
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