The fast evolving techno music is not just a musical genre, but a massive tribe. And to compliment that tribal feel is DJ and Producer Jon Gurd. The drums are industrial, as though they were recorded inside a large warehouse, creating nostalgic memories of Warehouse Parties and basement clubs that closely resemble the set of Hellraiser. The bassline is so deep, it could cause a tidal wave strong enough to empty out the Pacific Ocean. And the icing on the … Continue reading →
John Dahlbäck has always been about club music and Phoenix is no different. An electro-house smash Phoenix fuses typical elements of any hit dance track; a funky beat, soaring strings and an electro-synth arranged into a melodic symphony.
Gramophonedzie is back home on Guesthosue Music with a brand new single that is taking the house nation by storm! The latest release from, Gramophonedzie ‘Number One’ takes aim directly at dance floors across the globe and follows closely in the footsteps of 2010′s biggest success “Why Don’t You” where he has sampled an old swing track (the Peggy Lee 1942 lounge banger “Why Don’t You Do Right? (Get Me Some Money Too)”, a jackin’ house track initially signed to Guesthouse before being licensed to Positiva, Why Don’t You was one of the biggest club records of 2010 receiving widespread club support from the likes of Erick Morillo and Steve Angello to Dennis Ferrer, Louie Vega and hundreds of top jocks around the world. It also received major radio support right across Europe with Giles Peterson (Radio 1) naming it his track of the year.
Avicii has been on the circuit a while and adds another corker to his collection (this track has been hitting the airwaves a while prior to its release). This cheery electro anthem will have us on our feet, in a euphoric state of mind. The main element of the song is a happy melody consisting of synthetic brass synths, combined with what happens to sound like muffled strings or woodwind (even after the 2 millionth time I still can’t decide). And if you combine these with a clean, free and flowing bassline and drums, it really does sound beautiful. What’s also mesmerising about the song is the breakdown. Organs and strings join together with a powerful vocalist and is so catchy, that the dance floor joins in with karaoke session.