DJ Nika is back with Episode 18 of ‘Feel This’

Having released records like ‘Awakening’ on major imprints including Dutch heavyweights Housepital Records, it is clear to see why DJ Nika has scene his stock in the Dance music scene rise at a considerable rate and become one of North America’s most in demand names. Having moved to New York from his native country of Georgia, DJ Nika has been gracing the decks with his unique arsenal of records at some of the Big Apple’s more premier nightspots, such as Pacha, Marquee, Sky Room, Le Souk, Greenhouse and Webster Hall – magnificent achievements for any calibre of artist.

When he isn’t in the studio producing some of the scene’s hottest records, DJ Nika is the host of his very own radio show called ‘Feel This’, with listeners tuning in from all over the globe. Episode 18 is up next and features stunning records from Zedd, Chris Lake, Blasterjaxx, Hardwell, Fedde Le Grand, DubVision and DJ Nika himself – this one is not to be missed so check it out now!

Marzetti – Ueno

Marzetti is back with a tech house banger. This is a techy bass monster complete with a deep driving kick, sure to rock the dance floor!

With over 20 years of DJ’ing under his belt, it’s no surprise that Marzetti has gained international recognition from the likes of Mason, Chris Lake, Hatiras, Micky Slim, Ghettoblaster, Paul Anthony, Todd Terry, Tiesto, Kissy Sell Out, Danny Avila & more. He has also produced tracks and remixes for, and alongside, heavyweights like Superstar DJ Keoki, Paul Anthony & ZXX, Lazy Rich, Todd Terry, Exodus, Alex Mind, General Levy, MC Duke & more.

Latroit ‘Origami’ #8 DMC Ibiza Buzz Chart

Many thanks to those coming in on this early, including but not limited to Danny Howard, Jason Bentley, The Magician, Chris Lake, Alex Metric, Treasure Fingers, Digital Farm Animals, Richard Vission, The Aston Shuffle, and…. well, you know who you are. Super appreciate the support.

M-22 – Good To Be Loved (Chris Lake Remix)

CHRIS LAKE REMIXES M-22’S SMASH SINGLE ‘GOOD TO BE LOVED’

Starting off the new year in prolific fashion, M-22 are treating their fans to a fresh rethink of their critically acclaimed record ‘Good To Be Loved’, courtesy of the world-renowned Scottish DJ/Producer, Chris Lake. This massive remix is out on January 29th via Refune Music but is available to stream now.

Holding true to his signature style, Chris Lake transforms M-22’s deep house blend into a bass and beat-fuelled groove guaranteed to ignite dance-floors in every corner of the globe. Kicking off with sampled snippets of the original vocals over a minimalistic mix of kicks, claps, and synth melodies, he subtly introduces aspects of the original whilst still giving the track a new direction. Featuring punchy hi-hats, a relentless driving kick, and a fidgety bass line, Lake provides a complimenting and yet expertly contrasting variation of the original.

Having reached the top ten charts on numerous occasions and specialising in a variety of different sub-genres, Chris has managed to stamp his particular style on ‘Good To Be Loved’ with enormous effect making it clear to see why M-22 have called upon him for remix duties.

With both of M-22’s original tracks selected as BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthem of the week, and with ‘Good To Be Loved’ awarded the accolade of Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune’, not to mention support coming from the likes of Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso, the boys are undoubtedly making major waves in the industry and show no sign of stopping.

Janet Jackson feat. J. Cole ‘No Sleeep’ (AFSHeeN Remix)

For the past year, LA-based writer and producer AFSHeeN has been a name that many figures in the industry have been buzzing about behind the scenes, with an impressive backlog of collaborations for someone so new to the business. Having produced several records on Madonna’s latest album ‘Rebel Heart’, and remixed or produced for some of the biggest names in music, such as Selena Gomez, Fergie, Zedd, Chris Lake, UK sensation Take That, and dozens of works with A-list artists in the pipeline, AFSHeeN is fast proving himself to be one of the most versatile producers on the circuit.

Today, AFSHeeN gives us his latest musical offering: an outstandingly smooth remix of Janet Jackson’s ‘No Sleep’ ft. J. Cole, the only official remix to be released on the pop queen’s latest studio album ‘Unbreakable’. Recently premiered by Dancing Astronaut, it’s now available buy and stream from iTunes and Apple Music.

Bringing the track up to a dreamy 103BPM, AFSHeeN keeps much of Janet’s silky vocals in tact, managing to maintain all of the sass that makes the original track so popular. The underlying house-infused kick sits nicely against the rhythmically offset vocals and the Chicago-style chords, giving the track its unique, hybrid sound. With only faint hints of big-room sounds in the chorus, this track bridges the gap between pop-house and R&B, and is cool and refined from start to finish.

AFSHeeN’s remix of ‘No Sleep’ is a sneak preview of his work as he prepares to launch his debut single and artist project in early 2016. Be prepared to see his name across charts worldwide in the very near future!

To stay up to date with AFSHeeN’s releases and news of future collaborations, head over to his Facebook, Twitter and Soundcloud pages below.

LO’99 – All Night (etcetc)

LO’99 has created quite a buzz of late, building a solid reputation for quality club music. His debut single, ‘Take Me Back’, became a top 5 club chart record in both the UK and Australia, whilst his remix for Röyksopp hit the #1 remix spot Hype Machine!!!

Support for LO’s bass filled house music comes in across the board.. people like Blonde, The Magician, Kry Wolf, Chris Lake, Gorgon City, Todd Edwards, DJ Target, A-Trak, AC Slater, Monki, Laidback Luke, Taiki Nulight, Tommy Trash, Oliver Heldens and Rudimental have all shown some love. There’s versatility there that you don’t see very often, unless it’s something noteworthy.

LO’99’s new single ‘All Night’ is the next step in the right direction. Jumping straight into action with a solid riff that rides from a retro synth through to a juicy bassline, licks of LFO badness then takes us into to a huge slowdown moment before hitting us back in the face with more!! This one’s bound to do some damage, there’s no slowing LO’99 as he continues to drop those late night dancefloor gems.

LO’99’s bass house weapon ‘My Mind’ on Medium Rare Recordings

Rising Australian house producer LO’99 releases his latest late night weapon, ‘My Mind’, out now on Beatport through Medium Rare Recordings.

Drawing huge support from the likes of Chris Lake, A-Trak, Oliver Heldens, Kaskade, Motez, Don Diablo, Kissy Sell Out, Nicky NightTime, Jaguar Skills, The Aston Shuffle and more, ‘My Mind’ is LO’99 at his finest.

Sleazy, sultry vocals float over warm infectious chords before LO smacks back in with a garage infused groove of whomping synth stabs and warped bass. A solid club jam, perfect for dark sweaty rooms the world over, his latest single only furthers LO’99 as a serious contender to watch out for on the growing global Bass House circuit.

LO’99 READIES LATE NIGHT WEAPON ‘MY MIND’ – COMING JUNE 16TH ON MEDIUM RARE RECORDS

Rising Australian house producer LO’99 readies the imminent release of his latest late night weapon, ‘My Mind’, coming June 16th on Medium Rare Recordings.

Already drawing huge early support from the likes of Chris Lake, A-Trak, Oliver Heldens, Kaskade, Motez, Don Diablo, Kissy Sell Out, Nicky NightTime, Jaguar Skills, The Aston Shuffle and more, ‘My Mind’ is LO’99 at his finest.

Sleazy, sultry vocals float over warm infectious chords before LO smacks back in with a garage infused groove of whomping synth stabs and warped bass. A solid club jam, perfect for dark sweaty rooms the world over, his latest single only furthers LO’99 as a serious contender to watch out for on the growing global Bass House circuit.

SNBRN feat. Kaleena Zanders – California (Chris Lake & Matroda Remix)