AR Ferdinand shares new track Lately (ft. Daphne) from debut album ‘Wild Fiction’

‘Lately‘ begins with a smooth and jazzy rhodes, before being introduced to the honey cut vocals of Daphne. Blended with hip-hop drums, synthesizers and a groovy bass it makes for an interesting collaboration.

Fernando Arroyo, aka AR Ferdinand, starts us with this particular single for his upcoming debut LP, “Wild Fiction”. Due in March, we expect it to be filled with fresh and innovative song.

“I started to work on the idea for Lately after a vacation on my favorite place on earth, Lake Coatepeque. Having spent so much time there, I feel like I’m in paradise surrounded by my friends everytime.” – AR Ferdinand

Fernando sent the song idea to Daphne on a late Sunday night, she immediately felt a connection to the song and they started working together. After a few weeks the song took a more complex form, aptly it took the name “Lately”

“’Lately” is one of the many tastes that the album has to offer, I think it’s a perfect representation of what I’ve been working on for the past 3 years. – AR Ferdinand

Available January 17th via Wubadubdub.


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Jerry Bouthier announces ‘Yeah! (DJ Tools #1)

Continental’s own A&R and multi-tasking, all around vibe meister DJ drops his debut solo single ‘Yeah!’, the send off to his no-nonsense DJ Tools series on the label.

Pioneer of the Parisian electronic scene, long relocated to London, Jerry Bouthier joins passionately the dot between music and fashion. The resident dj of east London’s infamous and now defunct BoomBox night knows a good tune when he hears one as his Continental label’s output testifies. His celebrated dj mixes for Kitsuné, Emerald & Doreen and his own Heart & Soul series are captivating labours of love that have attracted followers the world over. His stylish upbeat dj sets, blending genres and everything else fancied by this iconoclast Frenchman, never fail to rock the party from one continent to another.

Also a sound-designer for fashion, his post-modern soundtracks for Vivienne Westwood – seamlessly merging classical into world music, punk into cosmic disco and more – have become the stuff of legends. In the studio, he produces as JBAG – his baleariscopop project with Andrea Gorgerino – together they’ve released 4 singles (inc. tropical anthem ‘Mogadisco’) and remixed Two Door Cinema Club, RÜFÜS, Ladyhawke… however it’s now time for a new recording chapter.

Jerry explains why he’s never released a record under his own name before:
“I come from a band/group background and as long as I wasn’t producing tunes strictly on my own, it didn’t seem fair to the other musicians involved in the creative process with me. That’s why we started JBAG for instance, the contribution of my musical sidekick Andrea Gorgerino is huge, it wouldn’t have made sense to release our stuff as Jerry Bouthier…
With time I’ve acquired confidence and felt I could produce some decent DJ tunes on my own, the kind of funky, housey stuff I play in my sets, nothing as musical or song-led as JBAG – it wouldn’t be fun to do the same thing. The idea of delivering a series of DJ Tools soon came to me, you know simple yet effective tracks that work the dancefloor well without fuss…
So I locked myself in the studio with a pile of old vinyl and came up with ‘Yeah!’, my first attempt at going back to house basics, fusing the soulful vocals of yesterday’s NYC dancefloors to the more underground, bassline vibe of London.”
On the remix front Barcelona duo Mordisco, takes the deep house route with a sensual chugger that’ll work its wonders in the early hours. Next another duo, Tel Aviv’s B1ZB1Z, turns out a dreamy disco reinterpretation spiced-up by a zest of indie.



Bearoid – ‘Enemy’

Barcelonian electronic-pop artist Bearoid shares his daring new single ‘Enemy’, sporting a playful synth melody and pansexual fantasies.

“It’s a song about pansexuality. It’s dark as a room at night, but full of love and warmth. I was in the train looking at people thinking of how far we are from the people we don’t know; we share space and time but we’re not allowed to trust each other. I then started imagining a random girl and I making out, we just felt attracted to each other. That gave me a really strong feeling of freedom and sexuality, and I imagined everyone around making out, forgetting about mental barriers.” – Bearoid

Using strong, layered synths, Bearoid creates a track that is equal parts playful and sexual. Samples of arcade-game synths colour the song with an endearing cheekiness, but when the chorus hits, it’s all about a strong, pulsating beat and edgy, metallic synths.

And then there’s Bearoid’s vocals; strong and flirtatious, it leaps out against the strong instrumentals allowing him to lyrically explore an intriguing and bold topic. In a world where we are more connected to technology than humans, Bearoid’s playfully taps into something deeper and more meaningful — a rarity in electronic music.


Accompanying the single is a music video which grabs the idea of sexuality between the unknown, and takes it to the universe of inanimate objects, where things that are not supposed to go together get intimate. You can see the beauty in the love between elements that do not fit one another, without judging if it’s wrong or right, normal or strange.

“Love is shapeless and can be represented by any interaction between two elements, this way we proof that it’s only our fears that move us away from other people that we could love this or that way” – Bearoid


‘Enemy’ is available now on iTunes & Spotify though La Belle Records, and over the coming weeks it will be accompanied by a music video and a remix from fellow Barcelonian InnerCut.

Bearoid is also excited to announce that he has been invited to play at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January 2017.


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Hedonism Music presents Amsterdam Essentials Vol. 1 feat Chasing Kurt, Simion, Florian Kruse and Betoko.

Chasing Kurt´s debut on Hedonism with their single Mad Man In A Haze.

Chasing Kurt´s first song ‘Money’, was discovered by Maya Jane Coles for her DJ Kicks mix on !K7 Records and helped to establish Chasing Kurt as one of the foremost deep house groups in the business.

The group’s talents soon caught the attention of influential German label Suol. The album ‘From The Inside’ was released by Suol and Defected in 2013. The album marked a milestone in their music careers and picked up widespread praise from across the board, including a feature in BBC Radio1 Pete Tong’s ‘Future Stars’.

Now Chasing Kurt debut on Hedonism Music with their brand new track “Mad Man In A Haze”

Betoko – Crazy Jack (Original Mix)

Betoko returns to Hedonism Music with ‘Crazy Jack’

Betoko is no stranger to the Hedonism label. The chemistry between both artists and label was fantastic from the very first moment. Betoko returns to Hedonism with his club burner “Crazy Jack”. It is an outstanding after hours track, all about dark bass and arpeggio sounds.


The Groove (Florian Kruse Remix) (Simion XL Edit)

Simion releases his exclusive Edit of ‘The Groove’ on Hedonism Music. Remix by Florian Kruse (Kruse & Nuernberg)

Complete with a stellar remix from Florian Kruse, ‘The Groove’ is all about its hypnotic vibe, spiced up with an irresistible vocal line. DJ and vocalist Kevin Knapp is well known through his releases on labels like Hot Creations & DFTD. Florian Kruse settled in the German capital Berlin and is no stranger to the city’s infamous underground clubs, e.g. Watergate, Ritter Butzke amongst others. As one half of renowned producer duo Kruse & Nuernberg upcoming productions are scheduled for release on Noir Music, Pokerflat and Exploited Records.

Kicking off with Simion’s exclusive XL EDIT of Florian Kruse´s remix, ‘The Groove’ is a pure tech house bomb, bursting with a funky deep hypnotic bassline and a soothing vocal that builds to the edgy breakdown.



Nick Pes – Sunsets [new single & music video]

Sydney artist Nick Pes shares his latest s ingle ‘Sunsets’ along side a visceral, sombre music video. The synth-pop track takes inspiration from natures daily ritual — the sunset — and the painful breakdown of a relationship.

“The thing about a sunset is that one happens every single day, some more amazing than then next but daily nonetheless – but if you allow yourself to experience it can feel like the most beautiful and important moment in the world. There’s a sadness because it’s an ending but it also marks a beginning. You can’t stop it from happening so you just have to go with it.” – Nick Pes

Starting off slow and pensive, the futurist-synths coupled with a tight, twangy bass guitar make for an addictive track; a slow-burning groover, that is equal parts delicate and zealous. A house-infused bass line picks the up pace of the track, creating a sense of urgency and plea; of last light and hope.

The accompanying music video which was produced and directed by Josh Harris (Welcome The Machines) was inspired by cult sci-fi and Neo Noir films. The video also explores the challenges that modern and future relationships face.

“We wanted to explore how science and technology will effect our relationships in the future. What additional ethical and emotional challenges will we face? Josh came up with the idea of two lovers who decide to be cryogenically frozen together, and one backs out at the last minute.” – Nick Pes

Flatwound – This Can Be Love [classic disco-house treat]

Step out onto the dance-floor and let your body move to the classic disco-house sounds of ‘‘This Can Be Love’, the brand new single from Australian duo Flatwound.

‘This Can Be Love’ was born out of Flatwound’s (Jack Prest & C.J.Soulman) mutual love for all things outer space and disco related. It’s also just the first taste of their upcoming third album, ‘This Electronic Species’.

“I really wanted to have a joyous jamming track to help celebrate our first release in a while, so I sent this groove to Jack who then nailed the lyric and vamped the chorus, before working in an angular synth-line using a skank guitar groove to create the notes…through “technology”. A few minor tweaks later and the musical answer was born. From there we decided it needed a positive name to go with it” – C.J.Soulman

‘This Can Be Love’ sees Flatwound blending the live-bass sound & style of Chic with an incredibly irresistible French disco-house groove, and a looped 90’s inspired vocal that bubbles its way throughout the track with a hypnotic grace – this track was born to be played loud.

Flatwound’s new album ‘This Electronic Species’ isn’t due out until 2017, however ‘This Can Be Love’ is available now on iTunes & Spotify, or you can grab a free download via Flatwound‘s soundcloud page.

Amine Edge & DANCE release free LP ‘Past Before Future’ (Out Now)

Amine Edge & DANCE have just released Past Before Future, a free album, as a thank you for their fans support.
Using their dynamic mesh of hip-hop inspired house, with a touch of Washington soul, Amine Edge & DANCE have created a collection of 10 unreleased singles and remixes from some of their favourite artists, including Drake and Kreayshawn. The lead single “Real Girls Fall Fake Girls Talk” which they wrote with the House music pioneer, DJ Sneak, is an up-tempo house track with ghetto attitude and is a taste of the infectious tracks that the duo have just revelead.

With a gruelling tour around the world and countless releases, 2015 marked a seminal year for Amine Edge & DANCE. Not only did they perform jam-packed sets in over 100 venues, but their production talents were showcased on a handful of popular reworks including Chelley’s ‘Took The Night’, and Michael Calfan’s ‘Treasured Soul’. 2016 is already looking bigger and better for the men from Marseilles.


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Naderi – IVERSON

Marzetti – This Is Hi-Fi

“Marzetti – This Is Hi – Fi” (Propa Records) is the latest bass-bin killer from Marzetti! This track is sure to shake the dance floor, and shred your sound system! Check out Marzetti at and For other tracks, please visit the Beatport artist page at All business inquiries should be directed to