1. Another World (Mart Remix) by Eriq Johnson
2. Just Friends (Hott 22 Remix) by Hott 22
3. Tell (Original Mix) by Proff
4. Fair Enough (Original Mix) by Me & My Toothbrush
5. Be Good to Me (Original Mix) by Croatia Squad
6. Summer Tale (Original Mix) by Starchaser, Luigi Lusini
7. Again (Giom Mix) by Akabu, Giom, Kadija Kamara
8. Better Days by T-K.A.S.H.
9. Disco Night (Pacha Bootleg Dub) by Trebble
10. Do You Love Me (Richard Grey Mix) by Al-Faris, Chris Roxx
11. Don’t Look Any Further by Gary Caos, Levan Kay
12. Dusk (Original Mix) by Sound Quelle
13. Groove Is In The Air (Welcome Mix) by Phil Kinley
14. Love & Money (Alex Taylor Remix) by Southlight
15. Neo (Original Mix) by Rebekah
16. RU116 (Original Mix) by Cramp
17. Sniffin‘ (Original Mix) by Frey
18. Sunlight (Extended Club Mix) by The Magician
19. The Place I Know (Original Mix) by Andrea Fissore
20. Wondrous (David Penn Vocal Dub) by Danny Clark and Jay Benham
21. Antalya by Ost & Meyer
22. Wasted by Andy Duguid
23. Love & Money (feat. Kylie Auldist) by Southlight
24. Only Love by Way Out West
25. In and Out of Phase (Club Edit) by Andrew Bayer & Matt Lange
26. I Can Feel It by The Rhythm Slaves
27. Rise (Vocal Mix) by Above & Beyond
this is a live set I did this week, which turned into a 2+ hour supershow for your enjoyment. There’s 33 songs on this stream: new from HORNEY UNITED, ERIQ JOHNSON, MarT & more. Faves from FREY, ABOVE & BEYOND, DENNIS SHEPERD, SOUTHLIGHT, HYDROFORM, MARKFUNK… I didn’t think I had this much music in me: put it in you!
HEY SUNSHINE may have escaped into the mainstream, but those of us who’ve been listening to SUGARSTARR since ’96 have been well-rewarded with a stable of solid, steady-bumping tracks always ahead of the curve.
This huge anthem is one of those tracks you will hear once, and will instantly get stuck in your head like glue.
My current fave Antonio Giacca gives us an amazing house remix that went #1 on the Beatport House charts and #2 Beatport Overall charts in Fall 2015… (Other remixes are excellent as well: Croatia Squad brings a nu-disco vibe to the track and creates a commendable, essential rework.)
This release from Way Out West is really insane (of the buttery-smooth variety). Each track beats the previous; “We Love Machine” is a wonderful opener to introduce what the album is going to show us. While the entire album (and arguably most of their catalog) deserves to be honored, there’s one on this album I can’t get enough of: ULTRAVIOLET.
FROM ITUNES REVIEW OF THIS ALBUM:
“Conspicuous from the rest of Bristol’s electronica scene by the absence of trip-hop or jungle leanings in their productions, Way Out West have instead pursued straight ahead house and trance with closer ties to progressive British dancefloors than American hip-hop. The duo of Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren first came together in the mid-’90s; Wisternoff was a veteran producer who had first recorded at the age of 14 (with fellow Bristolian house artists Smith & Mighty) while Warren was a high-profile Balearic DJ and club night-promoter influenced by the sounds of Madchester.
“The duo began recording, and by 1996 their single “The Gift” had become a big mover on dancefloors and the radio as well, thanks to a British advert which used the song. Signed to Deconstruction, Way Out West released their self-titled debut album in 1997. A change of venue, to Distinctive, preceded the release of 2001’s Intensify, and after a three-year interim the duo followed with the similar-sounding Don’t Look Now.
“Warren, who spent time as the resident DJ at super-club Cream, has released several compilations detailing his mixing skills…” (Read the rest on iTunes)