The prolific tech master DJ Vivona returns to King Street Sounds with his new late night anthem titled “Black.” Kicking things off, NY hometown hero and Maya Records boss Joeski opens the release with his signature deep tech sound for an incredible after-hours infused remix of the original. The release is concluded by the infectious original mix of “Black,” a melodic yet driving tech house bomb perfect for peak time performance.
Ibiza based DJ/production trio Powder Monkeys drop their newest single on King Street Sounds titled “Correction.” Pulling upon the mixed styles of electro, deep house, and even indie rock, the Powder Monkeys drop the original mix of “Correction,” a vocal bomb perfect for peak time. Next up the release is concluded by both a heavy hitting “House Mix” of the original crafted specifically for dance floor destruction as well as a special “Live Instrumental.”
We all dance to the beat of a different drum and therein lies the uniqueness of rhythm. House rhythms though tend to have a universal appeal. Something about the sound of a fast thumping heartbeat that evokes an innate primal urge in us to dance. King Street has pulled together 20 of the best palpitating tracks in Dance Music & put them on this special edition of “King Street Sounds Beatz 6.” Artists included are, DJ Pierre, Dennis Ferrer, Kerri Chandler, Louie Vega, Joe Claussell, Blaze, Tiger Stripes, Kiko Navarro, Satoshi Tomiie, Mateo & Matos, P’taah, Ananda Project, Dj Spinna, 95 North and MORE!
DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul’s iconic house releases “Have A Good Time / Brown James” get three brand new remixes specifically crafted for dance floor domination! Kicking things off, UK based DJ/producer Da Sunlounge comes in hot with his bass driven deep house remix of “Have a Good Time.” King Street staple duo The Deepshakerz slide in next with their heavy hitting tech house remix of “Have A Good Time.” Finally house music maestros Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax complete the release with their funky yet driving remix of “Brown James.”
Nothing quite calms the soul more than a super smooth vocal over a gorgeous rolling house track. We here at King Street have compiled six brand new vocal singles with our “Vocal Anthem EP 3.” Kicking things off, South African house hero Chriss DeVynal teams up with Ref for their beautiful soulful house original mix “Turn Up.” Next King Street mainstay Dj Vivona jumps on remix duties for Mood II Swing feat. Carol Sylvan’s “Closer.” Danish DJ/producer Palamino follows suit with the brand new Morten Trust remix of his hit house single “Oh My!” New Tokyo based DJ/production duo guri guri boys join musical forces with Carolyn Harding for “Unity (Tumbling Down Dub)” remixed by DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins. UK based Piers Kirwan takes to the remix next with Ed di Dux feat. Sofiko’s single “Fairy Tale.” Finally we close out the release by revisiting Chriss DeVynal and Ref’s “Destination” with a remix from Aiko Morita.
London based house music veterans Evo & RST join musical forces with vocalist Fil Straughan for their standout single on King Street titled “No Longer Insecure.” Kicking things off is the “54th Street Mix” of “No Longer Insecure,” an uplifting soulful anthem that will rock dance floors worldwide! Next up is the “Lifted Dub Mix” of the original, an aggressive bass driven deep mix perfect for peak time performance.
DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul’s iconic King Street singles “Brown James” and “Have A Good Time” get reworked and refreshed for 2017! Kicking things off, house masters Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax (Strictly Rhythm, Exploited, Robsoul) open the release with their funky yet driving remix of “Brown James.” Next up tech house Italian super duo The Deepshakerz (Suara, Cajual, Defected) follow suit with their peak time perfect remix of “Have A Good Time.”
The musical duo of Russian DJ/producers Lil’M and Jok have resulted in nothing short of dance music domination with their newest EP on King Street titled the “Good Vibes EP.” Kicking things off, the boys team up with vocalist Victoria Richard for the piano driven club favorite “Good Vibes.” Next up is the original mix of “Eyes On Me,” a vocal driven tech house bomb perfect for peak time performance. Closing out the release is the Dub Mix of “Eyes On Me,” sans vocals!
Swiss soulful house stars Soulstar Syndicate join musical forces with the iconic Dawn Tallman for their standout single on King Street titled “Take Me (Mind, Body, & Soul).” We’ve lined up 2 fresh remixes and 1 old favorite to take this soulful house anthem to the next level. Kicking things off, the ever-impressive Demarkus Lewis drops both his “Deez Ugt” main and dub mixes sure to kick off dance floors world wide. UK based Sean McCabe closes out the release with his “Street Dub Mix” of the original.
How can we name legends of clubland like Dennis Ferrer, Kerri Chandler, Arnold Jarvis, Timmy Regisford, DJ Roland Clark, Marc Evans, Kenny Bobien, Basil, Alex Kenji Carlton, Damier & Trent, Josh Milan, and put them together with their contemporaries Louder Than Words, HDSN, Sunshine Jones, Fred Everything, Crazibiza, Souldynamic, Ivan Iacobucci and more. Simply put, all of these amazing artists have at one point or another walked through the doors of the King Street offices, and delivered a masterful future classic piece of musical craftsmanship. Presenting the third volume of Kings on King St; the male version of the Divas on King St collection. With this all male superstar vocalist compilation, showcasing the legendary talent in its two decade-plus long existence, the King St brand has been tearing up floors with styles of varying House Music. The consistency and high quality of producers who’ve contributed to the catalog have stood the test of time.