Nite Grooves moves forward with its rich tradition of Afro inspired house music as we celebrate a quarter century of the groove with our “Abstract Afro Vibes Nite Grooves 25 Years Essentials” VA compilation! Keep a lookout for 25 new & classic Nite Grooves tracks from the likes of Fish Go Deep, Dennis Ferrer, Wolf Story, DJ Aakmael, Osunlade, Francois K, Joe Claussell, Kenny Summit, Tuccillo, Kiko Navaroo, DJ Spinna, H@K, Ananda Project, Mateo & Matos, Rhythm Staircase, DJ Spen, Kerri Chandler, and MORE!
Street King is back with more fun, funky, dance floor driven bangers with our “No. 407 EP.” Kicking things off, Louisiana based DJ/producer Matthew Play opens up the VA with his disco oriented club favorite “Disco Scene.” Dubai based DJ/producer Tayllor slides in next with his fresh big room peak time vocal bomb “Falling In Love.” Brazilian DJ/producer Out_Ctrl takes no prisoners as he drops his big room, tech house anthem “Cedriáculo.” Finally, Brazil based Eduardo Drumn completes the compilation with high-energy techno heater “Android Javi.”
We revisit the iconic single “Make The Time” from Blaze presents UDAUFL feat. Arnold Jarvis with three brand new club shaking remixes! Kicking things off, Italian powerhouse duo and Metropolitan Recordings bosses Mattei & Omich deliver their piano house infused club anthem remix of the original. Andrea Curato brings that Afro-house flavor with his smooth and sultry remix of “Make The Time.” Finally George Lesley completes the release with his funky and fresh remix of the original.
German DJ/producer Daniel Rateuke (Stil Vor Talent, MoBlack Records) joins the Nite Grooves family with his standout EP release titled “Kalimbo.” Kicking things off is the original mix “Xemba,” an Afro-house infused club anthem perfect for peak time performance! Boasting solid Afro-house rhythms, an infectious bass line, and a hypnotizing groove that will move any dance floor, the self-titled original mix “Kalimbo” concludes the release.
Australian DJ/producer and Red Bull Music Academy Tokyo graduate Mark Maxwell bursts onto Street King with his newest EP titled “Show Me The Way.” Kicking things off is the self-titled original mix “Show Me The Way,” a vocal house ‘acid’ infused dance floor banger perfect for peak time performance! Next up is the single “Don’t Know The Words,” a playful and funky tech house bomb sure to move dance floors internationally. Closing out the release we’ve included the radio edit of “Show Me The Way,” perfect for ‘on the go’ listening!
We revisit house heavyweights Dennis Cruz & Yamil’s standout single “Beautiful Trip” on King Street with a brand new dance floor-devastating remixe for 2019! Barcelona based DJ/producer Piem gets right down to business as he delivers his percussive infused tech house remix of the original sure to leave the dance floor in sweat! Next up we conclude the release with the gorgeous deep original mix of “Beautiful Trip.”
DJ Angelo, Da Mike, Cristian Vinci’s standout single on Nite Grooves gets two standout remixes from Silvano Del Gado! Italian born DJ/producer and expert percussionist Silvano Del Gado delivers both his power Remix and dub mix packed full of driving and swinging Afro percussion sure to move dance floors internationally!
Young Italian DJ/producer Daniel Muscas drops onto King Street Sounds with his deep and dreamy vocal EP release titled “Really Show.” Kicking things off is the self-titled original mix “Really Show,” a gorgeous deep house vocal mix sure to move the after-hours right into the sunrise! Next up Daniel turns up the heat and groove with the fun and funky original mix “Little Candy.”
Chris Perez & Louie Gorbea feat. Miss Patty’s iconic Street King single “R U Feeling Me” gets a fresh new remix for 2019! Kicking things off, Toronto based DJ/producer delivers his brand new sensual yet driving tech remix of “R U Feeling Me.” Following suit is the club favorite remix from Tiger Stripes.
The Hype: Dennis Ferrer feat. K.T. Brooks’s iconic King Street single “How Do I Let Go,” gets the Doug Gomez treatment as he delivers Two remixes along with a stellar remix from DJ/producer Di Saronno. Kicking things off, prolific NYC based DJ/producer Doug Gomez doesn’t disappoint as he delivers his signature soulful and drum based “ Merecumbe Soulful,and Afro Dub sure to move dance floors from peak time to early morning sunrises. Di Saronno concludes the release with his big room tech house reix of “How Do I Let Go.”