Prok & Fitch – Double Vision EP

Sander van Doorn – Identity 225 – 21.03.2014

Prok & Fitch Feat. Max Linen – Man With Soul (Original Mix)

Masterbeaters – Episode 089 – Virgil Abad – Tech House

December 8, 2013Masterbeaters – Episode 089 – Virgil Abad – Tech House

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01. Matador – Svinx
02. David Amo, Julio Navas, Rober Gaez – This Is True House
03. Skymate – Anatomy
04. Coburn – We Interrupt This Program (Prok & Fitch vs. My Digital Enemy Remix)
05. Criminal Vibes – Calabria
06. Empire Of The Sun vs Crazibiza – Walking On A Dream
07. Mad Morello – I Don’t Stop
08. Green Velvet, Harvard Bass – Lazer Beams
09. Davide Svezza – You Give Love A Bad Name (JI & Afterman Remix)
10. Icona Pop – All Night (Crazibiza Remix)
11. Avicii – Wake Me Up
12. Adrian Hour – Speaking Groove
13. UMEK – Love To Dance
14. One Republic – If I Lose Myself
15. Stefano Noferini – The End

Prok & Fitch – Here Comes The Noise (Original Mix)

Prok & Fitch vs. Daley Padley – The New Wave (Marco Lys vs. Prok & Fitch re-Dub)

Today brings the release of Marco Lys’s re-dub of Prok & Fitch vs. Daley Padley – The New Wave, part of Stealth Record’s Ibiza 2012 annual compilation. With legend Roger Sanchez at the helm of Stealth, you know that the everything coming from the imprint is quality, and Lys’s re-work is no exception.

Ibiza has a rhythm that can’t be reproduced, but it can be utilized beyond the shores of the vaulted island. Lys’s stripped down re-dub is the perfect accompaniment for a Fourth of July pool party, your parents will likely even get into the groove. The infectious hooks are hard not to get down to.

Forthcoming on Stealth in July – Marco Lys vs Prok & Fitch remix

Prok & Fitch vs Daley Padley (Marco Lys vs Prok & Fitch 2012 re-dub) by Marco Lys

Prok & Fitch vs Marco Lys – You Need Some

Two of the biggest names to emerge from the UK’s house music scene join forces with one of Chris Lake’s favourite producers and collaborators for a spicy new release on Great Stuff.

Brighton boys Prok & Fitch have been doing big things for the likes of Toolroom, Axtone and Stealth over the last few years, building up an impressive following in the process and an excellent label in Floorplay Recordings. Lys, meanwhile, has features heavily on Chris Lake’s Rising Digital, as well as on Strictly Rhythm, Cr2, and of course, Great Stuff. The trio’s combined passion and experience makes for a slinky, sidewinder of a groove, pumping and jacking in slick style against a backdrop of groovy house textures. Undertones of tribal and techno lace the rhythms and percussion sections, with a classic string hook building things up in the breakdown. It’s packed full of energy and sass without feeling too overblown or heavy-handed. A deft trick, if ever there was one.

Swedish master Zoo Brazil returns to Great Stuff with another of his typically charismatic workouts on the remix, inserting a womping off-beat bassline into the proceedings for maximum stompage and boiling that tribal tech lilt down to a mischievous minimal bubble. Heavily swung and highly naughty, it’s a reworking for dancefloors and DJs that like their grooves tinged with malice.