Posts Tagged ‘ghouse’

February 3, 2016

The New Order is an epic, star studded affair that premiered on This Song Is Sick earlier today. The slamming track is a three way collaboration involving Los Angeles’ SNBRN and Dr. Fresch as well as Toronto’s Shaun Frank. While we’re normally used to SNBRN associated tracks radiating sunshine and blue skies, he takes a dark turn with his friends on this remix. Together, they’ve fused g-house, deep bass, and future house into one massive, sinister smash. There’s even occasional drum and bass rolls and acidic tech metallurgy to The New Order’s kicks. This IS a “new order”, a new order and high bar set for banging dance tracks! Download The New Order for free, here.

February 3, 2016

Sean Glass dropped some spectacular remixes, his very first, in 2015, including edits of Robert Delong’s Long Way Down and Flight Facilities’ Down To Earth. They were a grand entrance for the New York based producer. I’ve been eagerly awaiting new Sean Glass since. Finally, after over eight months of production silence, Sean’s back, and not with a remix, but a wicked original. Sean teams up with fellow New Yorker Jay xero for a future and deep house extravaganza named We’re All Friends, one perfect for those Friday night hangs out on the town. The addictive, infectious electronic track carries shades of Slaptop funk alongside shifty, ZHU like vocals by Rochee. I have the sudden urge to call up some friends, get in my car, and cruise the city, bumping We’re All Friends with the windows down. Stream We’re All Friends on Spotify above or Soundcloud below.

January 24, 2016

Los Angeles’ SNBRN is going to put a huge spring in your step and douse you in endless sunshine with his new original, a bumping banger of a track named Gangsta Walk. The producer was looking for a rapper to collaborate with after the success of his remix of 50 Cent and Nate Dogg’s 21 Questions, but the an even better thing happened. An original unreleased Nate Dogg acapella surfaced, and suddenly, we have a brand new tune from SNBRN that features Nate Dogg himself. Gangsta Walk doesn’t really walk, it bounces and struts, a dashing, vibrant deep house and summery hip hop jam. Purchase the killer track on iTunes.