Dennis Ferrer Feat. Malena Perez – I Can’t Go Under


Objektivity began with a tune that didn’t seem to belong to any previous Ferrer outlet. “The Cube,” Ferrer’s collaboration with Karizma, sounds at once like little else in his discography and like everything that’s come before it. Hard, yet soft; raw, yet polished; underground, yet defiantly anthemic.

The Martinez Brothers, young New York-based siblings, followed with their massive debut, “My Rendition,” which mixes the sound of tech and soul into a haunting journey that seemingly pushes past the point of no return. If Objektvity can be said to have a sound, “My Rendition” might be it.

Then again, it might also be found in Ferrer’s remix of Télépopmusik, which put the wispy vocals of Angela McCluskey over a deep, grooving beat. “I Can’t Go Under,” which features Malena Perez, sounds like what Everything But The Girl might be doing today (if Tracey Thorn had a bit of Spanish flair), while Ferrer’s recent edit of Henrik Schwarz’s remix of Ane Brun’s “Headphone Silence” proves that even Swedish
folksingers can sound funky now and again.

The latter, which holds Berlin deep house devotee Dixon’s edition on its flip, is a conscious acknowledgement of one of the threads that runs throughout Objektivity: that much of what has been released is Ferrer’s uniquely American spin on the deep house revival that is currently making waves in Europe. And as Europe takes inspiration from him, so Ferrer takes inspiration from Europe: the label’s fourth release was Loco Dice’s remix of Ferrer’s Ibadan smash “Son of Raw,” in which Dice transformed the original into a spacey epic, pulsating with life.

And under his Son Of Raw moniker he produced, “A Black Man in Space.” with it’s Lil Louis strong groove, bumping bassline and (in the “Sax Version,” at least) an extended horn solo.

But even with all of these experiments in sound for Ferrer and friends, there is also room on Objektivity for a little bit of the old school. Timmy Regisford and Quentin Harris’ “Astral,” for instance, is a burner built expressly for the Shelter dancefloor, mixing few elements (ascending strings, rapid-fire synth, a solid groove) to ecstatic effect.

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Underworld – Crocodile (Oliver Huntemann Remix)


Huntemann is now, although he has been producing music for over 10 years, one of Germany’s hottest electronic acts. Most recently because of his releases on his own 1995-founded Confused and Dance Electric labels, Anthony Rother’s Datapunk and the extremely profilic Berlin-based Gigolo Records, which put out his album “Fieber” in collaboration with Confused. His “perfectly balanced tracks sitting somewhere between Chicago, electro and minimal disco” (Groove Magazine) lead him – alongside his studio partner Stephan Bodzin – to the noble honour of doing a remix of Depeche Mode’s all-time classic
“Everything Counts”, which has turned out to be massive.

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G Pal & Anna Maria X – Within


One of the most well-known Greek DJs around the world, George Pallikaris became rather famous throughtout his well-respected production work – including the early releases at Low Pressings and Plastic City, and the club-minded tribal, techy and proggy releases of his own label Swift Records.

George originally hails from Thessaloniki, the largest city of northern Greece. He was first introduced to music at the very young age of 4, when he was already training to play the piano! After developing his skills composing and producing his own tracks, George moved to New York City to pursue a degree in music technology. While attending courses to obtain the NYU’s degree, he concluded his first commercial record release on UK’s Low Pressings around the beginning of 1999. Very soon, he joined the UCMG New York artist roster, decision that allowed him to release various singles for Plastic City – including his critically acclaimed debut album “Life”.

Meanwhile, George had to return to Greece to do his military service for the Greek army! It was however this obligation that gave him the opportunity to found Swift Records in 2001. Since then, things got in a row for G.Pal who still manages to compile various tasks at the same time, including:

The quality production material for Swift Records, distributed inside Greece by Klik Records and outside Greece by Intergroove UK.
The weekly radio show “Best DJ Zone” at Best 92.6 every Friday night from 00:00 to 02:00 AM (GMT+2).
The bi-weekly radio show “Swift Sessions” every first and third Tuesday of the month from 20:00 to 21:00 PM (GMT+2) on Greece’s internet radio station Danceradio.

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2020 Soundsystem – Sliding Away (Johnny D Remix)


2020Soundsystem have forged a name for themselves as one of the best new live bands in the UK. They have established themselves firmly in the festival circuit as well as building up their reputation through the world of underground clubs, festivals and dirty discos.

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Dakar – I ve got that feeling


Dakar , aka Christian Kreuz, was born with a guitar in one hand and a microphone in the other. After playing in bands ranging from punk to rock to hip hop, he became infected with early Detroit Techno and Chicago House. He begins his DJ career in 1992 and is soon a resident , along with DJ HELL in Munich’s legendary ULTRASCHALL.

In june 2009 DFA..s sub label RONG MUSIC launches “LOVE THE NITE AWAY” by DJ KAOSS from Berlin. The song is written and sung by Dakar and well received. In september 2009 FUTUREAUDIO features Dakars Detroit Techno Stomper “KÄTS”on their latest Compilation. Currently Dakar is working on an Album of his brandnew alter ego C.A. CROSS which is going to show off Dakars talents as a singer/songwriter once again. Expect the unpredictable! Dakar playes locations as Nitsa (Barcelona), Optimo (Glasgow), Low Club (Madrid), Volar (Hong Kong), Le Triptique (Paris), Registratur (Munich), The Arche (Glasgow), WMF (Berlin), Morphine (Hamburg), Le Zoo (Geneva), Flex (Vienna), Fabrik (Madrid), Watergate (Berlin) and many more. His dj sets are based on experimental Deep House, sneakily mixed up with funky Minimal, Tech Soul, uptempo Hip Hop and exclusive remixes and coverversions of dance classics which the crowed has never heard before..

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APDW Vs. Tim Deluxe Feat. Sam Obernik – Just Won’t Do (ATFC & Warren Clarke Re-Vamp)


Δεν υπάρχουν λόγια για αυτό το single…just won’t do. Μας συνόδευε κάθε βράδυ στο Brighton και σε κάθε club έπαιζε πολύ δυνατά!!!

“My eyes, that cannot see
other guys that are cuter
and my ears they cannot hear
my friends say
i should walk away

Refrain:
But my heart, it wont obey
it wont do, without you
i doubt my heart, it wont obey
it just wont do, without you

my knees they dont go weak
they don’t go giddy-up
when you don’t call me
and my head
it does not spin
so don’t try me, with your sweet nothings

(refrain)

my mind is buggin out
when i think your it
see me run
lickedy split
and my toes watch them curl
so don’t call me babe cause i aint your little girl

(refrain)

lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala

my mind is buggin out
when i think your it
see me run
lickedy split
and my toes watch them curl
so don’t call me babe cause i aint your little girl

(refrain)

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Mark Knight – Devil Walking (Original Club Mix)


Released on 12-05-2010

The embodiment of the modern DJ, Mark Knight’s legacy already ranks him as a leading player in dance music culture’s evolution into the digital and globalised age. His high octane sets, which treble and bass their way right across the dance music spectrum, have caused dance floor carnage in every corner of the world, whilst his original productions and slick remixes make his studio skills the most in-demand and sought after in the business.

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