|Beatport Featured Releases: Week 38 - 2009|
|17 September 2009|
Exclusive Featured Releases
'My G*O*D - Guns On Demo' is a helluva track, produced with one obvious purpose: compete dance floor destruction. Laidback Luke's original version is a dark and tough techno rocker with some sharp and effective electro house stabs that just plain rock. Tom Stephan, SonicC and the legendary Tiesto provide some incredible remixes covering tribal house, big room electro house and even tech trance, which will surely satisfy the hungriest of clubbers anywhere within the musical spectrum.
The second single from Chicago's Bad Boy Bill's debut full length, 'The Album', 'Do What U Like' features the vocals of Alyssa Palmer with remix talents of Dave Aude. Aude has remixed Depeche Mode, Coldplay, Donna Summer, Pussycat Dolls and his mixes have been at the top of the charts.
Produced by Brodinski & Noob, 'Peanuts Club' from Tiga's Turbo Recordings avoids the typical gimmicks and over-used tricks common in most "cookie cutter" electro house, and instead steps outside of the box to come up with their own fresh sound. Remixes from Renaissance Man, Momma's Boy and BeatauCue complete the package with equally as excellent tracks, each with a fresh take on the original.
Sean Tyas flexes some very different production muscles for his latest excursion with Discover Dark. Sean replaces plucks with 303's for this one and delivers a tech trance audio festival full of dirt and sleaze that has already been licensed to several of the year's biggest dance music compilations. Not wishing to be outdone, Bryan Kearney gets in on the act with an equally filthy remix and shows why he is rapidly becoming one of Irelands most sought after production talents.
Dankann is one of the hottest and most watched producer in uplifting progressive. His latest release is a winning formula of progressive sounds with an uplifting twist that is grabbing everyone's attention. 'Helia' is a combination of unique and engaging melodies that listeners will appreciate. The EP also features experimental tracks like 'Wanted' which merges progressive and tech house sounds. This is a real progressive record with some stunning chords and synths!
Just under a year old, Quartz Music has already become one of our favorite techno labels here at Beatport. Each release is satisfyingly underground and nasty, and 100% effective on the dance floor. The newest joint comes from Nic Fanciulli, who has been churning out hit after hit this year. Released as a single track, 'Paradise' packs enough punch for an entire artist album throughout its 8-and-a-half minutes of total techno action.
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