Oliver Nelson – Found Your Love

It’s no secret that some of the best musical talent in the world comes from Sweden and Oliver Nelson is no exception.

Following his seemingly endless run of glorious re-edits and official remixes for the likes of Justin Timberlake, Bon Iver and Whitney Houston, the 25-year-old Swede with the golden touch turns the focus on himself.

Complimented by songstress and fellow Swede Heir’s smooth infectious vocals, the Hype Machine #1 ‘Found Your Love’ pulses on the same nostalgic feel-good energy that every one of Oliver’s remixes has carried to date, pairing funky nu-disco beats with playful keys and sweeping builds to create an instant classic.

As expected, with a great tune comes a great remix package. Rightly so, this prodigious release is jam packed with so many stellar remixes that it will be split over two packs!

First up is Aussie House guru Nicky Night Time accompanied by LA producer Plastic Plates supplying nothing but groove, followed by local kings of seductive disco Date Night. Also on remix duties is Monarchs with a thumping big-room house filler, before getting tropical with Arthur Younger and Melbourne two-piece Two Can…(now breathe).

Stay tuned for ‘Pack 2’ which include remixes from Blonde, Kill Them With Colour, Cesare and Celsius… coming very soon.

Madeaux x Valy Mo – Hearts for Eyes

Nicky Night Time’s ‘Flowers’ is out now!

After the huge success of previous releases, house music maestro, Nicky Night Time is back with his latest track ‘Flowers’, out now via OneLove.
Lead by the sultry vocals of singer-songwriter Nat Dunn, ‘Flowers’ provides a package of subtle beats, synthesised riffs and infectious melodies, climaxing in an effortlessly catchy chorus that is perfect for both dance floors and the radio.

His previous house hits ‘Everybody Together’ and ‘Gonna Get Better’ have already gained the Australian DJ no.1 chart positions in his home country, ARIA Award nominations, and growing support from BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and Danny Howard. On top of his original releases, the multidimensional producer, singer and instrumentalist has also developed a catalogue of high-profile remixes, providing reworks for the likes of Daft Punk and Tiga (under his Van She Tech alter ego), as well as Shadow Child, Doorly, Iggy Azalea and big UK dance influencers Gorgon City.

With ‘Flowers’ presenting yet another anthemic contribution to the dance music scene, Nicky Night Time’s success is most certainly on its way to full bloom.

Nicky Night Time streams new single ‘Flowers’ 

After the huge success of previous releases, house music maestro, Nicky Night Time is back with his latest track ‘Flowers’, out on 9th October via OneLove.
Lead by the sultry vocals of singer-songwriter Nat Dunn, ‘Flowers’ provides a package of subtle beats, synthesised riffs and infectious melodies, climaxing in an effortlessly catchy chorus that is perfect for both dance floors and the radio.

His previous house hits ‘Everybody Together’ and ‘Gonna Get Better’ have already gained the Australian DJ no.1 chart positions in his home country, ARIA Award nominations, and growing support from BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and Danny Howard. On top of his original releases, the multidimensional producer, singer and instrumentalist has also developed a catalogue of high-profile remixes, providing reworks for the likes of Daft Punk and Tiga (under his Van She Tech alter ego), as well as Shadow Child, Doorly, Iggy Azalea and big UK dance influencers Gorgon City.

With ‘Flowers’ presenting yet another anthemic contribution to the dance music scene, Nicky Night Time’s success is most certainly on its way to full bloom.

LO’99 & MARSHALL F ‘TAKE ME BACK’ REMIXES – CRNKN, SINDEN & TERACE

After Australia’s most renowned label Sweat It Out took Miami by storm during Miami Music Week, rising star LO’99 charges forward with a solid dancefloor remix of the imprint’s latest release ‘How Long’ by Go Freek.

Immersing the single in deep, reverberating basslines, thick, rolling percussive pads and garage inspired drums, LO’99 builds on his growing reputation for dishing up big, meaty cuts that do damage to any dance floor.

After establishing himself at the very end of last year with remixes of Kaskade’s ‘A Little More’ and Royksopp’s ‘Sordid Affair’, LO’99 released his huge original with Marshall F ‘Take Me Back’ on Australia’s Medium Rare Recordings to widespread critical acclaim.

‘Take Me Back’ scaled the heights of the Australian dance charts to an impressive #3 spot, and ahead of its UK release and impending international remix package, has received heavyweight feedback from the likes of The Magician, Motez, Frankie Rizardo, Gorgan City, DJ Zinc, Golden Features, Todd Edwards, Preditah, Peking Duk, The Aston Shuffle, Sinden, Nicky Night Time, Tommie Sunshine, Martin Ikin, Billon and Andi Durrant. With new remixes coming from Ray Foxx and BASS VIP, the 2015 ‘Take Me Back’ package looks set to contiue giving the heaviest of bass bins a thorough seeing to.

As the talent keeps on flooding out from the shores of Australia to the rest of the world, LO’99 is placing himself firmly at the front of the nu wave of upcoming artists.

Gorgon City Go All Night (feat. Jennifer Hudson)

Everyone loves dining, hitting the local dumpling house with mates over beers is so great. But then there’s “Fine Dining”; an oral experience which takes your senses to a whole new level. I’m talking an eight-course degustation of various mouth orgasms that make you forget about everything, including the fact you’re drooling everywhere.

After a smorgasbord of success in 2014, UK House duo Gorgon City have cooked up a storm for you to feast on with their latest serving Go All Night. For the fourth single to be lifted from their debut album Sirens, the duo have called on their favourite pop delight Jennifer Hudson, who lends her soulful vocals to the throwback style anthem and the result is some seriously… Fine Dining!

With the Original version being the plat du jour, the Go All Night remix degustation kicks off with local taste-making machine Nicky Night Time. With everything he touches currently turning into gold, Nicky supplies vibes for days with his citrus twist. Re-working the bass line and stripping things back in the perfect sense, it’s no wonder we can’t wait to watch his year unfold. Second course comes courtesy of a club mix from house legend Erick Morillo; balancing the perfect amount of club vs. cool. Up next is Berlin mastermind Booka Shade who keeps the core ingredients and re-works the rest in the classy manner that only he can deliver. And rounding out the first half of this banquet is UK hard hitters Freemasons, who drive the party home with their house/electro take.

If that doesn’t have you drooling yet, we have round two of Gorgon City’s feast coming in hot over the next few days. Just enough time for you to hop on the treadmill in between.

NICKY NIGHT TIME #1 CLUB TRACK IN AUSTRALIA FOR 5TH WEEK + WORLD EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE!!

With overwhelming support on this worldwide ONELOVE release from Nicky Night Time, topped by Annie Mac’s reaction and support on Radio 1 and Kiss FM airplay and now a phenomenal FIVE weeks at #1 on Australia’s official Club Charts (ARIA Club Chart).

Already played at the Ibiza 2014 opening parties (including by tastemaker connoisseur Aeroplane, at the 2014 launch of Pacha!). To date The Magician, Digitalism, Mason, Eddie Thoneick, Louis La Roche, The Zombie Kids, Supermen Lovers, Moguai, Treasure Fingers, Ben Remember, Plump DJs, The Aston Shuffle, KLP, Dom Alessio, Rob Da Bank, B.Traits, Annie Mac BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM UK & many more have sent their support back to Australia from around the globe.

With it’s 100% smile rate as the piano drops, we introduce Nicky Night Time: The new moniker from a fabled dancefloor name (or several) you know very well. (Nicky Night Time is Nick Routledge, aka Nicky Van She, frontman, co founder and producer of the band Van She).

We could take a turn down a road of wistful reminiscing: From the Australian top 10 debut album V, to the successful turn in Van She Tech that delivered a swag of remixes and a UK top ten with a remix of Utah Saints’ ‘Something Good,’ to working with Dangerous Dan (Ksubi / Bang Gang) on a massive cover of Daft Punk’s dancefloor anthem and Bang Gang classic ‘Around The World’ operating under the Nicky Van She moniker. We could, but it would be much more refreshing to talk about a crisp new tune that Nicky Night Time has just dropped in your lap and its accompanying video directed and filmed by Entropico in Nicky’s hometown, Sydney Australia.

Everybody Together influences are varied: From NYC piano house to 90s pop and soul, this is a dancefloor ready house hit that delivers a fresh take on house, as inspired by the musical craft of old soul legends.