Lazy Rich ‘Knock Me Out’

Swinging in with an absolute blinder of a new electro house track, ‘Knock Me Out’ sees English producer Lazy Rich cap off 2016 in huge style, and make a clear, concise and considerably filthy move into the much-welcomed New Year and beyond.

Releasing on Dutch underground imprint Big & Dirty, part of the Be Yourself Music group, ‘Knock Me Out’ sees Lazy easily straddle a host of genres with his latest piece. Cleverly crafting huge bass and trap lines that intersect with pumping electronic layers and funk-fueled organic piano sections, Lazy constructs a piece that manages to create symbiosis between the electronic and the instrumental. It’s a no-holds barred, take no prisoners slice of dance floor magic that firmly pulls on ‘traditional’ funky house influences while at the same time managing to thrust huge, infectious, roaring big room elements.

Known the world over for his uncompromising sound and his mastery of the electro house genre, Lazy Rich enjoys support from some of the industry’s most revered producers – Tiesto, Skrillex, Norman Cook, Laidback Luke, Armin Van Helden, Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell to name just a few. His writing and collaboration credits are equally as impressive: Lady Gaga, Fatboy Slim, Deadmau5, Avicii, Porter Robinson, X-Press 2. Yet not content to sit on these admittedly impressive laurels, with ‘Knock Me Out’ Lazy Rich seems undeniably intent on making an even bigger mark as the dance community moves through into 2017.

Sugar Shane launches new imprint with ‘Philabrity EP’

Influenced by the sounds of Nirvana, Gillette & 20 Fingers, Peter Rauhofer, Junior Vasquez, Notorious BIG and Mobb Deep, Sugur Shane has been causing mammoth noises throughout the Dance music scene and it is clear to see why. With a release catalogue that includes hits like ‘Move To The Light’ and ‘Kill Da Bitch EP’, it’s no wonder his Hip-Hop infused House productions have lead to mammoth accomplishments that many aspiring artists can only dream of achieving.

Next to be churned out of Sugur Shane’s Philadelphia based studio and added to his ever-expanding record collection is ‘Philabrity EP’, a 90s infused Electro House record that is sure to destroy dancefloors worldwide. Full of tribal beats, infectious melodies, and iconic vocals, ‘Philabrity EP’ has a little something for everybody – a worthy inclusion in any music lovers record box. ‘Philabrity EP’ is the debut release on Sugur Shane’s newly formed imprint Sugur Shack Records and you can grab yourself a copy of the record now!

Promnite Bodies His First Single “Gunsmoke” Off Upcoming Project

Funky Craig Drops Heavy New Original “Wakizashi”

Dangerouz and Grimey Grooves Records team up for ‘Here We Go’

Since exploding onto the North American clubbing circuit, McAllen based DJ and producer Dangerouz has become a household name across the nation, thanks to his infectious and energetic productions combined with his perfectly crafted DJ sets. With multiple Beatport Top 100 hits under his belt, it won’t be long before he is joining the industry’s elite at the top of the EDM ladder.

Dangerouz returns once again to Grimey Grooves Records as he unveils his latest release ‘Here We Go’. This release is a pure flashback to classic Electro House – demonstrating retro bass, funky high-end synths and dope house vocals. Also on the release is a remix featuring ElectroWeb – containing his signature style of exciting electro and some nice vocal rework. ‘Here We Go’ is available now so make sure you grab your copy now.

Clockwork EP – Electro House

Clockwork is German native NIKOS’s first release on ShiftAxis Records and he is already turning heads with this amazing Electro House tune. If you are looking for high energy, powerful leads and dance-floor shaking good rhythms then pick up a copy of Clockwork today. Released by ShiftAxis Records.

The Wave – Big Room – Electro House

The Wave is a strong original mix and radio edit, two track, Big Room, Electro House single release from Polish EDM producer living in Ireland, LUC ONE. If you are looking for something with powerful melodies and a strong, energetic drop then this is the perfect track for you! Released by ShiftAxis Records.

Blow The Roof Records team up with Retrospect for the release of Makasi & Aztec’s ‘Robot Error’

Northampton-based label, Blow The Roof has teamed up with Indian label, Retrospect Music to release a collaboration between Belgian producer Yannick Beloy aka DJ Makasi and Indian EDM talent Ankit Suhandani aka Aztec. The duo team up for the first time for their debut release on BTR with the raucous ‘Robot Error’, which has been met with favourable feedback from the likes of Cedric Gervais, DubVision and Giuseppe Ottaviani.

With both DJ’s/Producers increasingly ripping up sold-out venues with their own take on EDM and Electro House the past few years, this hook-up looks to be a perfect match. With an impressive back catalogue between them as well as either sharing stages with, or gaining support from, Ummet Ozcan, R3HAB, Wil.I.Am, Hardwell, 50 Cent and Sebastian Ingrosso, Blow The Roof have secured yet another sure fire hit.

With a killer bass line, driving beats and euphoric leads, ‘Robot Error’ wastes no time in getting to work on whipping crowds into a frenzy and displays both artists’ expertise at designing big room tunes. The energy is tangible as it constantly builds towards its climax and is certain to be a huge favourite in clubs and festivals over the coming months.

The track is available now on all major platforms so grab your copy today!

Gunslinger To Strike Out With Their Fresh Release “All Of Your Life”

Eats Everything remixes Booka Shade’s “Mandarine Girl”

Over the past few months, Booka Shade have shared a mixture of remastered original works, reprises, reworks and remixes of original tracks from the seminal Movements LP. Artists including Jonas Rathsman, Nils Frahm, Hunter/Game, Deetron and M.A.N.D.Y have all worked their magic on their favourite tracks, but it’s now the turn of Danial Pierce, AKA Eats Everyting to do so.

The powerful energy of “Mandarine Girl’s” electro house chords have been left in capable hands, with Eats Everything remixing the pivotal single into a heavier more abrupt space of Techno. As the comforting regularity of the crushing high hats and fierce sirens drive the track forward, the thudding bass holds it all together like a glue.

This October 2016, to mark the LP’s 10th anniversary Booka Shade will release an expanded re-issue of the era-defining and career-kickstarting – Movements 10. Not to be mistaken for a nostalgia piece, the re-birth of Movements is truly the next chapter in the constantly evolving life of the album: just another iteration in the growth of a set of songs that have mutated over the years through remixes, DJ sets and most importantly through Booka Shade’s globally-beloved live shows.