Criminal Vibes – Bring The Beat


After several years of success in the world of pop dance, Paul Jockey meets Angelo Paciotti, a young aspiring producer. Together they set up a new group that releases a number of new projects, such as “Criminal Vibes” that hits the dance world with the individual electro house style number entitled “What You Say” in 2007. By the end of 2008 Criminal Vibes increase their collaboration with Sound 4 Group, and shortly after release their second single “Take It Easy”, using once again the electro house style, growing both in metric and richness of sound, this time boasting the collaboration of vocalist Irish Kilian Seavers. In early 2009, collaboration with the label becomes more complete, as Criminal Vibes take on a career in remixing thanks to “Criminal Vibes Noferini &” and “Star”, by Victor Perez, which soon becomes one of the project’s key tracks.

Soon after, they release further remixes which quickly climb the charts, such as “Boy” by Noferini & Max D-Loved, “Hey Boy Hey Girl” by Cristian Key, La La Land Menini & Viani, “Beautiful Life” by Noferini , and Blackwell Babayaga and “House music” by Noferini & Marini. In addition, the Criminal Vibes version of “Dark Beat” by Menini & Viani has great success in the world charts and is also used by Roger Sanchez in the compilation “Release Yourself” on “Stealth Records”. At the end of May 2009 comes a successful remake of “Pump it Up”, once again using the voice of the Irish singer Kilian Seavers, which fuses the solid style “criminal” electronic.

The single “Caribe” comes out in summer 2009 and Criminal Vibes utilise a sample of Latin guitar flavour to rhythmic sounds in a way that is considered original and innovative by the world media. Here again four different versions satisfy the different musical appetites of the various clubs around the world. Finally, thanks to their solid, gritty style, Criminal Vibes are also engaged in some international dates with their DJ set.

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DJ Chus, Gonzalez & Gonzalo – One Night In Havana


During all these years Chus has left an important musical legacy where we can delight our hears with his djing talent in
numerous Cd mixes. In 2001 he recorded for Beat-Freak his first solo mixing compilation, ´DJ CHUS presents IBERICAN SOUND!´. In that compilation he managed to define what we know today as Iberican Sound. The end of 2002 saw the launching together with Pablo Ceballos of the firs Stereo´s Cd mix; ´One Year of IBERICAN SOUND´, a compilation of all label´s tracks during its first year of life and the first release of a series of three compilations, which were released in 2003 and 2004 with the name of ´This is Iberican Sound´.

In summer 2003 he released with Defected a double CD compilation called ´Amplified, The best of the Stereo Production´. In 2004 and making the most of the use of the CD by professional Dj´s he launched a new series of compilations called ´Stereo productions presents Unmixed Series´. The most important release of this series was ´Balearica´ (3 volumes), which received the best Compilation award in 2003 DeejayMag´s awards. ´Madrid Underground´ (2 volumes) was another part of this series with the best selection of iberican tracks and artists from Spain´s capital city.

Through his career he has won a lot of awards like Best House DJ and Best DJ of the Year in Deejaymag´s awards. Nowadays he is one of the 100 Best Worldwide Dj´s according to some international press media. House music and his electronic music particular vision through his trademark Iberican Sound are Chus´ sign of identity. You can hear his great style and quality in one of his countless sessions worldwide. A clear latin influence, a heavy and dense afro-tribal feeling, a great rhythm component, the seriousness of the sounds he uses and his great professional technique make his sets full of energy and good taste. He is a charismatic and authentic artists, he has that gift, the feeling and the groove….100% Pure House, 100% Iberican Sound!

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Falaska Contest – Once Again (Nari & Milani Remix)


Πολύ καλό remix από Nari e Milani. Πραγματικά αξίζει να επισκεφτείτε το website
http://www.nariemilani.com/

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Quentin Harris feat Ultra Nate – Give It 2 U


Born in Havre de Grace, (near Baltimore, Maryland, USA) Ultra Naté displayed her singing talent at an early age. Growing up, Naté enjoyed a wide variety of music; she enjoyed listening to artists such as Marvin Gaye and Boy George, whom Naté would later say helped her become more open to being more experimental with her style and production of music.

She is best known in her home country for her classic 1990s dance crossover track, “Free”. She is also remembered in America for her team-up with Amber and Jocelyn Enriquez as Stars on 54 on a 1998 cover of Gordon Lightfoot’s “If You Could Read My Mind”, which was also a mainstream American hit. It reached #52 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #3 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Though she has had club success in America, she has found the majority of her singles and, especially, album sales success in Europe.

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Robert Owens – Deep Down (Chocolate Puma Main Mix)


Though electronica has typically been a producer’s medium (and the few vocalists who succeed are usually women), Robert Owens became one of the people associated with the late-’80s golden era of Chicago house. Born in Ohio in 1961, Robert Owens grew up singing in church, but years later, he was working as a DJ in 1985, when he met Chicago producer Larry Heard. The pair formed Fingers Inc., along with Ron Wilson, and they released a few singles (“You’re Mine”/”It’s Over”) plus the 1988 full-length “Another Side”. The group disbanded quickly, as Heard’s burgeoning solo-production career (as Mr. Fingers) took priority.

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Phil Asher & Kai Alce ft Kayenne – Someone


Phil Asher Intro: “OK – where to start? Heres a brief biography of all the bits of my life chucked into one.

Introductions first. Ive made over eighty of my own productions, and tampered with countless other tracks in a remix guise. Delirium was my first gig at Delirium (Londons first house club) in 1991 – which basically consisted of me slipping on a record when Noel Watson went to the toilet – to more recent gigs at Garage City, Off Centre, Angels of Love and Ministry of Sound, Ive played pretty much everywhere.

Ive been surrounded by music and vinyl from an early age; my Dad worked in a record store, bringing home all the latest releases to me. Enterprisingly, I would slyly slip them into my schoolbag and take them to school, subsequently selling them to my friends.

When anything came out, my Dad would bring it back to me: I had the first Specials record, the first Electric Light Orchestra record… Hed also bring me little boxes of returns and stuff. Wed sell them at school fairs. All the other kids would be doing Bob the Apple, and wed be getting these twenty seven year old punks coming up from the Kings Road for Clash box sets for twenty quid a go. We knew what was going on…! This grew up with me, and I went on to work in Quaff Records and Vinyl Solution, two of Londons finest record stores.

Dont ask me what I play – I hate pigeonholing. At our club on a Friday night (The Notting Hill Arts Club that I do with Patrick Forge), I play jazz, latin, all the classics, a bit of disco and funk. Saturday nights are more cutting-edge house music. I play music from every category as long as its good: Quality timeless music, with big production.

I work with Luke McCarthy as the Restless Soul production team, which also incorporates producers Modaji, (Laws of Motion Records) Taxi Driver, (Estereo Records), and Roy the Roach, Aaron Ross and Felix Hopkins (also my trusty engineer). He also produces under various aliases including Basic Soul and Electric Soul with Luke McCarthy, Woolph, Phoojun [alongside Nathan Haines], and 12-bit Rephugees with Mark de Clive-Lowe.

Im part of the West London brokenbeat scene which has been receiving serious critical acclaim of late…Im a founding member of the CO-OP club alongside Dego, I.G Culture and Demus. This enables us to represent and promote the West London sound worldwide.

Last year I produced a live-based jazz album for Chillifunk Records with saxophonist Nathan Haines, and Ive recently finished producing my second album, which will appear on the French label Versatile records.”

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Erick Morillo feat. Deborah Cooper – I Get Lifted


Deborah Cooper is a female, part African American, professional dance music singer, award winning composer and entertainer, with several number one and top charting dance music and house music hits.

Cooper started as female vocalist for the Fatback Band, then as lead female vocalist and member of disco/R&B band Change (1981-1985) where she made several hits. In the 1990s she was part of C+C Music Factory as both a lead and back up vocalist resulting with several # 1 hits including “Deeper Love”, “Pride” and “Keep It Comin” (Dance Till You Cant Dance) bot rap and #1 charting dance versions of the theme from the cult film Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The film featured a version of “Keep It Comin” with Rapper Q-Unique, while the Dance club version was solely Deborah Cooper vocals. She continues to lend her vocals to house music tracks by other record producers, as well as release her own solo tracks.

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