With musical influences spanning each decade from the 1970s to the present, DJ Vivona has been a mainstay DJ/producer with King Street Sounds, Nite Grooves, and Street King for many years. From his superb single “Return To Love” feat. Joi Cardwell with remixes from Director’s Cut to his remix of Dennis Ferrer’s “How Do I Let Go”, Vivona has been a constant source of quality house music from the beginning. With this in mind, Street King is proud to present his seventeen-track full-length album “My Bones” covering his new and old output as well as house, deep house, electro, and tech house vibes on the label in entirety!
Italian DJ/producer Max Marinacci is no stranger to the label and returns in fine form with this newest release on Nite Grooves titled “Jazz In The House.” Kicking things off, Max combines with vocalist Joydiel for their gorgeous Afro infused deep house masterpiece “Hoy.” Next up, Marinacci combines with Davide Marinacci for their high-energy saxophone driven original mix “This Is How We Do It.” Taking influence from jazz, the EP is concluded by the smooth and sultry deep house anthem “Walking In The Park.”
Australian born, France based DJ/producer James Mac joins forces with Romanian born, Greece bred Vall and vocalist Tasita D’mour for their standout vocal single on King Street Sounds titled “I’ve Been Waiting.” Kicking things off is the vocal mix of “I’ve Been Waiting,” a peak time vocal house anthem perfect for moving dance floors internationally. Following up we’ve also included the instrumental and acappella version of “I’ve Been Waiting” for your entire DJ tool needs.
Purveyors of everything deep, tech, and house, the dynamic DJ/production duo Mar+Mer crashes onto Street King with their stellar single “Afrio.” Kicking things off is the ‘tech mix’ of “Afrio,” a monstrous peak time club banger perfect for dance floor destruction. The boys follow suit with their deep, driving, and dark ‘deep mix’ of the original.
Allovers feat. Calvin Lynch’s standout single on King Street Sounds “Addicted” gets two brand new remixes for dance floor domination! Kicking things off, soulful house hero Doug Gomez brings the percussion and soul with his “A Doug Gomez RePercussion Edit” of the original. Next up, New Jersey DJ/producers DJ Beloved and Sheldon Goode team up for their funky and fresh “BPM So Goode After Dark Mix” of “Addicted.”
King Street revisits Stephanie Cooke & Diephuis feat. Han Litz’s popular single “Beautiful Life” with this fresh remix EP! Kicking things off, Los Angeles soulful house hero Reelsoul delivers his funky and uplifting vocal and dub remixes of the original. King Street mainstay Mark Di Meo follows suit with his deeper & darker vocal remix of “Beautiful Life.” Finally, the “Reelsoul Acappella” of the original concludes the release.
King Street Sounds is back with Volume 5 of our ever-popular Abstract Jazz Vibes series. From funk to jazz and Latin to abstract, this mix compilation pulls together some of the most musically refreshing tracks we’ve compiled to date. Material includes works from Kerri Chandler, Dennis Ferrer, DJ Aakmael, Demuir, Tiger Stripes, Blaze, Vozmediano, Roland Nights, B-Live, DJ Kawasaki, Ananda Project, Sean McCabe, Tom Ellis, Frankie Feliciano, and MORE!
London based super duo Mak & Pasteman slam onto the Street King imprint with their heavy hitting original two track EP “Feel It.” Kicking things off is the original mix of “La Tiesta,” a deep and rolling tech favorite, this mix is perfect for those late nights or early mornings! Sliding in next is the self-titled original mix “Feel It,” a perfect tech anthem; this track will have dance floors sweaty in no time.
Nite Grooves revisits Ron Flatter’s (Katermukke, Einmusika , Stil Vor Talent) 2016 release “Night Finds You” with two brand new remixes perfect for peak time performance! Kicking things off, Bulgarian DJ/producer Shosho delivers his powerful and driving deep tech remix of the original. Next up, Australian DJ/producer Nuendo delivers a funky and fresh tech house remix of “Night Finds You.”
Italian DJ/producer Andrea Curato teams up musically with vocalist Chanelle for their deep and enchanting original vocal mix “Everything (Alright).” Kicking things off is the ‘Original Latin Vibe Mix’ of “Everything (Alright)” a deep and gorgeous vocal mix perfect for taking international dance floors on a soulful house journey! Next up Curato dives into the deeper and groovier realms of Afro house as he showcases the ‘Afro Dub’ mix of the original. The release is concluded by the instrumental of the “Latin Vibe Mix” of “Everytying (Alright).”