Street King is back with just the right material to get you ready for the next season of incredible events on the party island with our “House Of Ibiza 2018” VA compilation! The comp contains 35 tracks from some of the best in the biz including Kerri Chandler, DJ Spen, Nathan Barato, Dennis Ferrer, Mat.Joe, Dirty Secretz, Samu.I, DJ Pierre, PachangaStrom, Pezzner, James Curd, AbysSoul, Stephanie Cooke, Benji Candelario & Arnold Jarvis, Richard Earnshaw, From P60 with Lisa Shaw and MORE!
Michail Popov and Ilya Popov aka Allovers drop their newest vocal single with Calvin Lynch on King Street Sounds titled “Addicted.” Kicking things off is the ‘BPM So Good Soul Mix’ from DJ Beloved & Sheldon Goode, a funky & fresh vocal mix perfect for those late nights or early mornings. Next up Allovers drop their original mix of “Addicted,” both sexy & sultry dance floor favorite. Following suit is the ‘Strange Dub” of “Addicted” a deeper & darker take on the original perfect for dance floor destruction. Finally the instrumental mix of the “BPM So Goode Soul Mix” closes out the release.
Paul Varney teams up musically with Frankstar for their standout soulful house single on King Street titled “Turn This Love Around.” Kicking things off is the original mix of “Turn This Love Around,” a feel good, summertime vocal single perfect for peak time performance. Sliding next is the deeper ‘Company Man Twist’ mix of “Turn This Love Around,” sure to move dance floors internationally. Finally the release is completed by the radio edit of the original!
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.
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!
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.”
House music heroes and King Street favorites Antonello Ferrari and Aldo Bergamasco join forces with vocalist Sara Bright for their standout soulful house single “Don’t Make Me Wait.” Sara’s sultry and smooth vocals combine perfectly with funky and soulful chord changes to make both the original and dub mixes of “Don’t’ Make Me Wait” perfect for dance floor destruction!
London based DJ/producer Urmet K joins musical forces with vocalist Billie Fountain for their standout single on King Street titled “Sunshine.” Kicking things off are the “2018 Revision” and “2018 Instrumental” of “Sunshine.” Billie’s smooth and sultry vocals mix perfectly with a melodic and moody bass line to make this an instant club classic. Closing out the release is the original mix of “Sunshine,” a deep and sexy early morning jam perfect for the sunrise or sunset.
Mexico based house music hero and King Street mainstay B-Liv returns to the label with his newest soulful vocal single “Goddess Of The Moon.” Literally delivering a mix for any type of dance floor, B-Liv opens with his ‘Main,’ ‘Deep Down,’ and ‘Club’ mixes of the gorgeous single “Goddess Of The Moo.” Mexican compatriot Mijangos closes out the release with his smooth and sexy remix of the original.
Italian DJ/producer Federico d’Alessio joins musical forces with vocalist Laureen for their standout vocal single on King Street titled “Don’t Wanna Stop.” Kicking things off is the original ‘Funky Soul Mix’ of “Don’t Wanna Stop,” an immediate vocal club favorite perfectly crafted for international dance floors. Next up, Federico joins musical forces with Italian compatriot Giulio Bonaccio for their Afro house and jazz infused remix of the original. Italian DJ/producer Corvino Traxx slides in next with his funky bass infused soulful house remix of “Don’t Wanna Stop.” Japan based Masaki Morii doesn’t disappoint as he concludes the release with his funky and fresh remix of the original!