NYC nightlife veterans Morsy & Krames combine musically with vocalist Berenice van Leer for their standout vocal single on King Street titled “Need To Know.” Kicking things off is the original mix of “Need To Know,” a deep and sexy vocal club anthem perfect for peak time performance! Following up, Morsy & Krames also deliver both the instrumental and acappella mixes of the original to fit all your performance needs.
DJ/producer and bonified house/deep house legend DJ Aakmael graces Nite Grooves with his newest release titled “Joust/Takewon.” Kicking things off is the original mix “Joust,” a deep and sultry deep house jam perfect for international dance floors. Next up Aakmael showcases his keyboard soulful prowess with the original mix “Takewon.”
Athenian DJ/production duo H@K’s popular Nite Grooves release “Umtshingo” gets two fresh mixes from Greek compatriot and Afro house hero Christos Fourkis. Delivering both vocal and instrumental remixes, Fourkis delves into intricate djembe and conga rhythms to give these mixes a driving and classic tribal feel!
The “No. 382 EP” hits Street King with five brand new driving club favorites perfect for peak time performance! Kicking things off, Birmingham based DJ/production duo Trouble Within showcase their vocal club anthem “What I Say.” UK based DJ/producer Lee Clarke slides in next with his deep and driving original mix “Panther Play.” Top Mexican DJ/producer Acid Kit doesn’t disappoint next with his original mix “City Of Jazz.” Romania based Andreas Sam teams up with house heavyweight Edhim for their deep and sexy original mix “Once Again.” Finally UK based Le Visiteur teams up with Eckoes for their standout vocal house anthem “Deeper.”
Tokyo’s thriving music scene has proven to make one of the most sought-after cities in the world for performers. Especially house music devotees who are the true connoisseurs of the genre as we’ve experienced first hand, many artist from the US will come back time and time again gleaming from the sheer outpouring of love and support they get from the fans with every performance. King Street has been on the forefront of East meeting West dance music collaborations and nowhere has it been more evident than on the Tokyo Calling compilations. Four have been issued so far since the first in 2001 and this year’s we’re proud to release the 25 Years Essentials collection in honor of the anniversary. Twenty-five choise cuts from artists such as Fuminori Kagajo, Stephanie Cooke, JuJu, Bliss, Calm, Chieko Kinbara, Souldynamic, Dj Emma & Taro Kawauchi p.k.a.Malawi Rocks, Monday Michiru, Roland Clark, Satoshi Tomiie, Blaze, DJ Pierre, Satoshi Fumi, Ralphi Rosario, Shinichi Osawa p.k.a. Mondo Grosso, P’taah, Miho Hatori, DJ Hiro,Masabumi Kikuchi, Joe Claussell, Orienta-Rhythm, Dazzle Drums, Tomo Inoue, Hundred Birds, Guri Guri Boys,Dj Spen, Namy, and Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper p.k.a.Director’s Cut. Come and join us in this milestone cross-cultural dance music celebration!
London based, South African DJ/producer Matt Prehn teams up with Griffin for their standout deep house single on Nite Grooves titled “Lately.” Kicking things off is the original mix of “Lately,” a smooth and sexy deep yet groovy dance floor mover perfect for dance floor destruction. Italian DJ/production duo Deepkeen slides in next with their signature combo of deep and driving groove for their remix of the original. Finally, upcoming Spanish DJ/producer Guri concludes the release with his sexy & sultry Balearic vibes for his remix of “Lately.”
Italian DJ/producer Mauri Fly combines musically with vocalist Liz Cirelli for their standout vocal single on King Street titled “Take My Hand.” Kicking things off is the original mix of “Take My Hand,” a bass infused vocal house classic perfect for peak time performance. Italian compatriot Fabio Tosti slides in next on remix duty with both his funky and fresh club & dub mixes of the original. Finally the release is concluded by the accappella DJ tool of “Take My Hand.”