Jamie Hughes debuts on Jango Music with ‘Save The Moonlight’

Since exploding onto the Dance music scene, Dutch DJ and producer Jamie Hughes has been on a consistent rise to the top of the House music ladder, thanks to his infectious studio productions and highly crafted DJ sets. With releases on stellar labels such as Gary Caos’ Casa Rossa, Jamie Hughes has been going from strength to strength and has racked up support from many of the industry’s A-List stars – marvellous accomplishments for any calibre of artist.

Up next from Jamie Hughes is breath-taking Electro infused House record called ‘Save The Moonlight’ – a record that is set to cause a lot of noise on dancefloors worldwide. Full of driving bass-lines, mesmerizing melodies, heavy beats and perfectly-sculpted arrangement, this Tujamo style banger is a must have inclusion in any peak time DJ set. ‘Save The Moonlight’ is out now via Jango Music so make sure you grab your copy quick!

Helleiex “Lagos” [Trap] – Back Door

Back Door is the weekly free download series by Doner Music, management & label founded by Big Fish (Mad Decent), italian multiplatinum producer and dj.
Exploring the various worlds in the electronic music universe, Back Door aims to be a key figure for emerging talents.

Back Door #055 is “Lagos”, a trap banger by Helleiex, young and talented producer based in Milan.

Aquadrop & Katkano “You Know You Need It” – Back Door #054 by Doner Music

Back Door is the weekly free download series by Doner Music, management & label founded by Big Fish (Mad Decent), italian multiplatinum producer and dj.
Exploring the various worlds in the electronic music universe, Back Door aims to be a key figure for emerging talents.

Back Door #054 is “You Know You Need It”, a new banger by the italian bass king and Doner Music artist Aquadrop (Mad Decent / Dim Mak / Buygore / Armada / Main Course) with the mysterious producer Katkano.

Jamie Hughes unveils ‘Save The Moonlight’ on Jango Music

Since exploding onto the Dance music scene, Dutch DJ and producer Jamie Hughes has been on a consistent rise to the top of the House music ladder, thanks to his infectious studio productions and highly crafted DJ sets. With releases on stellar labels such as Gary Caos’ Casa Rossa, Jamie Hughes has been going from strength to strength and has racked up support from many of the industry’s A-List stars – marvellous accomplishments for any calibre of artist.

Up next from Jamie Hughes is breath-taking Electro infused House record called ‘Save The Moonlight’ – a record that is set to cause a lot of noise on dancefloors worldwide. Full of driving bass-lines, mesmerizing melodies, heavy beats and perfectly-sculpted arrangement, this Tujamo style banger is a must have inclusion in any peak time DJ set. ‘Save The Moonlight’ is due for release on the 6th January via Jango Music so make sure you pencil the date into your diary!

Noah Slee gives a glimpse into Berlin life in ‘Rampant Wild Free’ video

Berlin-based, New Zealand-born Noah Slee is an artist on the rise. Known for his smooth-like-honey vocals and highly relatable narratives, the recent signee to Australian tastemaker label Wondercore Island (Hiatus Kaiyote, Oscar Key Sung, Sampa The Great), today unveils visuals for ‘Rampant Wild Free’, taken from debut EP “to your inner hippie & cos you fly as fuck”.

Created with the help of a team of friends and collaborators, including creative director Tala_Who(?) and self-taught videographer Sam Templeton, the video paints the tantalising story of a budding, yet hesitant attraction. Interweaved in and amongst the lovers narrative between Fily and Elijah Hook, are glimpses into Noah’s life in Berlin – surrounded by friends, drinking in Spätis (24-hour corner stores), and dancing and fooling around on a night out.

Whilst it was our aim to keep the narrative simple, we couldn’t overlook the depth of Noah’s lyrics. The relationship between girl and boy spawned out of this desire, then developed further over the course of the night of the shoot. The final music video is very much an organic product of the music, the people, and the city in which it was filmed. – Sam Templeton
Slee’s soulful, dulcet tones are easy to get lost in, but the intrinsic messaging within his music is not to be dismissed – fraught with yearning and a very tangible sense of what it means to truly embody the characteristics of a generation of Millennials.

The banger style track, originally produced by Ben Esser, also enjoyed a remix by Tall Black Guy earlier this year.

The Story So Far
It’s been an eventful year for Noah Slee, after re-locating to Berlin and making his home amidst the city’s thriving creative scene. He has since toured with Hiatus Kaiyote, Angel Haze, Mick Jenkins, Fat Freddy’s Drop, laid down vocals at the storied Abbey Road Studios, and collected praises from the likes of Noisey, Afropunk, Okay Player for his breakout EP “to your inner hippie & cos you fly as fuck”. Slee recently signed to Aussie tastemaker label Wondercore Island, DGAF – ft. Shiloh Dynasty as a first taste of what is sure to be his banger mixtape, dropping next year.

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Ten Ven Unveils Thumping New Dance Floor Weapon ‘Lick’ – OUT TODAY

This December on Weapons, it’s the turn of London-based producer and DJ Ten Ven to share his take on the classic ‘dancefloor weapon’ with ‘Lick’. A full-bodied, thumping house banger punctuated by the alluring thrash of cymbals and melodic skanks, ‘Lick’ is indicative of both the quality and variety on this new imprint.

Both established and emerging artists alike are putting their ‘secret weapons’ in the safe hands of this new label, where every tracks journey starts in the club. With previous releases on Noir, Food Music, Greco-Roman, MTA, Eton Messy and 303 Lovers, Weapons makes for an ideal home for Ten Ven’s final release of the year.

‘Lick’ follows closely behind the success of Mumbai Science’s ‘Frequency Response’ and Metroplane’s ‘Bahp’ which saw huge tastemaker club support, multiple plays across Radio 1 and 1Xtra and key Spotify Dance Music playlist additions.

With the release of Ten Ven’s ‘Lick’, Weapons continues to uphold its promise to supply us pure dancefloor tracks, for DJs and dancers alike.

Swedish Duo Total Ape Release Hard-hitting New Track, ‘Young Gods’

Jessame Drops Incredible Sexy New Single “Prove That”