Archive for September, 2012

Vital Radio 181 – Hour 1: Dj Endgame

| September 28th, 2012 | No Comments »

Endgame is the host of Vital Radio, a weekly program that features the best electronic musicians from all across the world. Featuring brilliant exclusive mixes and engaging one-on-one interviews from the world’s top jocks, Vital Radio connects Toronto’s elite with the music they crave.

Beyond his Radio Hosting talents, Endgame spins a unique blend of funky, tech and vocal house, bringing high energy and passion to every one of his live performances.

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Vital Radio 181 – Hour 2: Speedboats & Big Explosions

| September 28th, 2012 | No Comments »

Juan Sanchez and The Bullet team up to form “Speedboats and Big Explosions”. These retro cops bring together the funk and the tech to create a sound that is as awesome as their glorious moustaches.

Their first single “Hazel Eyes” features the unmistakable vocals of Marcie and is signed to System Recordings in NYC. With the first track under their belt, the duo kept busy in the studio and on the decks.

Inspired by the soulful vocals of Andrew Roachford, SBBE reworked Dr Rubberfunk’s “Trouble Woman” into an energy-charged house bomb, which is featured alongside house superstars Gramophonedzie, Sander Kleinenberg, Fedde Le Grand, Chocolate Puma Remix and Prok & Fitch on the ‘Jalepeno House Vol. 2′ compilation.

Since then, their original tracks ‘In The Cinema’, ‘Bump It’, ‘Strange Justice’ and ‘Porn Stache’ have been released on South American house label Muzik X Press

Their delicious Martini of funk, tech and soul is shaken, not stirred, and is always setting the right mood for the party.

Stay tuned for the latest in scotch-drinkin’, moustache-strokin’, funky house music from the boys known as Speedboats & Big Explosions.

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Vital Radio 180 – Hour 1: Mahan M2J Javadi

| September 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

M2J (Mahan Javadi) always brings something new to the table. Holding no musical boundaries, M2J spins a wide range of Electronic Music ranging from Techno to House, Breaks and more.

The intent is to always keep crowds excited and guessing. Flowing from style to style, his DJ sets revolves around music, rather than specific genres. Listeners experience something new each time with music that evokes strong emotional responses though experimentation in sound, noise & rhythm.

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1. Milton Jackson Rogue Element (Jimpster Remix)
2. Denis Horvat – Decent Player (Original Mix)
3. Dean Baker – Angel Delights (Original Mix)
4. Le French Brasserie – Sunflowers (Original Mix)
5. Chiqito – Bass Keeps Pumpin (Original Mix)
6. Wally Lopez & Richard Dinsdale – Switch (Ismael Rivas & Bias Factomania Remix)
7. Glitter – Show Time (Original Mix)
8. David Penn, Oscar De Rivera & Rober Gaez – Sambarah (Original Mix)
9. Alexander Dennon & D.F.K. – La Tribu (Original Mix)
10. Brick City – Rumba Magic ( DJ Chus & David Herrero Remix)
11. David Penn, DJ Chus & Abel Ramo – Keep On Jumpin’ (The New Iberican League Original Mix)
12. Jorge Montia, Albert Aponte – Mar De Leva (Original Mix)

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Vital Radio 180 – Hour 2: Amine Edge & DANCE

| September 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

Amine Edge is known in France and in the rest of the world as one of the symbolic figures of the brand new “G House” movement. Basically called “Gangsta House”, the name of this movement comes from the special atmosphere this music just kicks away: here comes another vision of the House music, a stunning combination between Funk’s deep basses and inspired by the latest 80s Hip House movement.

2012, brillant year where are released several productions of Amine Edge on famous labels such as Nurvous, Neim (Midnight Perverts), Katchuli (Gorge), Runnin Wild (Bubba & Chris James), Diynamic (Solomun) and so on, as well as remixes and coworking with Sasch BBC and Caspar, Tapesh, DANCE, Midnight Perverts, Maher Daniel, DeMarzo, Bubba, Pete Gooding, Puente & Rosch etc. …

Amine Edge is at present working on his first album, in association with his friend “DANCE” with whom he produces numbers of new releases and remixes.

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