All of us here at Street King aren’t holding anything back with our newest various artists’ compilation the “No. 256 EP.” Kicking things off, MCMXC MADE delivers the tasty bass driven tech original mix “The Jacker” Italian DJ/Production duo Sampler FX slide in next with their bumping tech house original “Don’t Catch Me.” Iconic Spanish DJ/Producer David Museen teams up with Cool People for an incredible vocal house production titled “Everybody Now.” Roni Iron teams up with Kled Mone and vocalist Charitini for their incredibly emotional and moving vocal house anthem “Like A Child.” Finally Julian completes the release with his synth infused house music masterpiece “Ventus!”
Italian DJ/Production duo Rhythm Staircase deliveres their newest release on Nite Grooves titled “Afropunk EP.” Kicking things off, the boys lean on incredible guitar and piano riffs to drive their title track “Afropunk” into the top of the charts! Combining a unique mix of both tribal and island rhythms, the boys of Rhythm Staircase totally nail their next original mix “In The Middle Of Drums.” Finally, the tech house monster “Pechanga” completes the release and makes this a must have EP for Autumn 2015!
Namy‘s instant dance floor vocal classic “From Now On 2015” with vocalist Josh Milan gets five new remixes to kick of summer! DJ Fudge opens the release with his powerful piano house driven “Classic Gecko Mix.” Following up, Fudge turns up the heat with his deeper & heavier “DropMix.” Eric Ericksson keeps the vibes high and dance floor shaking with both his regular and dub remixes! Finally Tokyo based DJ/Producer 0.0 aka Yuichiro Kotani completes the release his epic and extremely musical remix of the original!
As one of the UK’s most versatile acts, Death on the Balcony [D-Edge, All Day I Dream, Suol, Exploited, Pets Recordings] have been changing the soundscape of the current dance music world over the past few months. We here at Nite Grooves are excited to showcase their newest EP “7th Cycle of Sound.” Kicking things off, Mark & Paul open with an incredible soulful house original chalked full of incredible grooves and vocals titled “Tempt of Fate.” Next up, the boys keep the vibe deep and moody with their incredibly musical and beautiful original mix “Need You.” Finally, Death on the Balcony concludes the EP release with the atmospheric club favorite “Many Moons Ago.”
Tuccillo & Kiko Navarro‘s classic King Street single “Lovery” feat. vocalist Amor gets five brand new remixes for 2015! Kicking things off, Spanish DJ/Producer Pablo Fierro turns up the tribal heat with both his vocal and instrumental remixes of the original. Introducing a smooth kalimba addition, the “Yoruba Soul Mix” slides in next. NYC house music legend Louie Vega follows up with his classic sounding “Dance Ritual Mix.” Slowing the tempo and thickening the vibe, the “Slow Cuban Vibe” remix will have the dance floor banging! Finally, the original mix of “Lovery” completes the release.
Autumn is in full swing as we enter October and the magical time of year that is Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). In celebration of this incredible week of music, technology, and parties we here at Street King have compiled 32 of our hottest new releases that perfectly bridge the gap between the classic sounds of NYC and the forward thinking ideals of European dance music! Looking to warm up a room properly and nail that opening slot? Make sure to check out Deep Sound Effect feat. IrinaMakosh “Killing Me“, Christian Hornbostel “Implicit Reflex “, B-Liv “Basement Rules.” In deep and need some perfectly crated bangers? Check out Dennis Ferrer “Transitions (MihalisSafras Clubby Remix)”, Mood II Swing feat. Carol Sylvan “Closer (Acid Mondays Remix)”, and BipolarMind “Jack.” Finally, the end of the night is here and you need some bombs to complete the night? Check out Ivan Pica & Paco Maroto “Sweet Kisses“, ChiccoGiuliani & Alex Deb “Around“, Sleepy & Boo “Decay On“, and Beatsplat! “Booty Girls.”
Indie dance / Nu-disco producers James Silk and Mark Lower have been blowing up both the charts and clubs worldwide with their unique funky take on dance music. We here at King Street have provided four brand new remixes of “Heard It All / Come” that are hot and ready for the dance floor! Kicking things off, Inner Rebels & Moe Turk deliver an airy synth driven indie dance remix for Silk‘s “Heard It All.” DJ/Producers Zumbador & Chimp@anze slide in next with a silky smooth remix for Lower‘s “Come.” Brooklyn based scene changers Commodore and The WIG team up for a peak time bass driven remix of “Heard It All.” Slovenian duo Mayonesse completes the release with a properly funky remix of “Come.”
Macedonian DJ/Producer Alek Soltirov breaks onto Nite Grooves with his newest double track EP titled “Untouchable Funk.” With influences like Frankie Knuckles and Masters At Work, Soltirov opens the EP with the extremely funky and forward thinking original house mix “UntouchableFunk.” The release is concluded by “That’s All We’ve Got“, a bass and organ driven house monster ready for peak time performance!
Street King revisits two of Roland Clark presents Urban Soul‘s most beloved singles with seven remixes of “Brown James / Black In My Soul” sure to kick the club into the next gear! Hailing from Mainz Germany, Roter & Lewis tackle “Brown James” and deliver a funky and fresh remix ready for peak time. Next up, London based Apollo 84 teams up with KonflictedSoul for their bass driven tech house remix of “Black In My Soul.” Tiger Stripes slides in next with both his classic techno main and instrumental remixes of “Black In My Soul.” DJ/Producer Deep West keeps the vibe high with an incredible remix of “Black In My Soul.” Finally the release is closed out by both a tight and bumping remix from Alex Kenji and Original II Deep Mix of “Brown James“.
Italian DJ/Producers Ferrari & Bergamasco are back at it again as King StreetSounds delivers Part 2 of their incredible single with vocalist Marc Evans “Josephine.” Kicking things off, Detroit based house music legend TerrenceParker opens up with both his Deeep Detroit Remix & Dub Remix to keep the dance floor hot and sweaty. Closing it out, Ferrari & Bergamasco introduce their “Extended Club Mix” of “Josephine” breathing new life into the already popular club favorite!