Hanna Hais – Rosa Nova (Produced By Sergio Flores) (DJ Spen Remix)


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Alton Miller & Amp Fiddler – When The Morning Comes


It’s been a while since Amp Fidler has graced our ears with his sublime, soulful prowess and on ?When The Morning Comes’ he teams up with fellow Detroit don Alton Miller to produce a monumental soulful house moment. Championed by Louie Vega and with mixes from Phlash and Boddhi Satva this is undoubtedly set to become one of 2010’s soulful anthems.

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Dada Ft Sandy Rivera & Trix – Lollipop


As the major driving force behind the respected Kings of Tomorrow, DJ/Producer Sandy Rivera has steadily carved a successful niche for himself as one of house music’ most innovative craftsmen. In a club-oriented career that has spanned almost a decade, Rivera has taken house music – be it vocal – or track-driven – to a purely melodic level worthy of the attention his cuts receive both on the dance floor and in the columns of club music critics globally.

An impressive technician on the turntables, Rivera is in demand as a DJ, who takes his vibe across the globe, dropping pumping, energetic sets, spiced with deep house, soaring garage vocals and obscure house gems for the train-spotter contingent. In the mid-90þs he formed the DeepVision imprint, releasing tracks that sport seismic beat potential, enough to make a dance floor literally throb, while catering to those who love their beats sprinkled with silky smooth, ethereal melodies. The label is doing as well as any small indie, shifting respectable numbers for each release.

Rivera has great hopes for Deep Vision as he enters a new phase of expansion. As a house DJ and Producer, his star is definitely ascending. “You know, I’ll probably be doing this when I’m 40! The feeling for music never goes. Everything I’ve done in this has made me the person I am. I have no regrets about it whatsoever!”

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deadmau5 feat. Rob Swire – Ghosts N Stuff


Joel Zimmerman doesn’t like being called a DJ. The 28-year-old dance music phenomenon from Toronto, better known as Deadmau5, rolls his eyes a the description, which he sees as a hopelessly outdated way of describing what he does. His sets are closer to live performances. He plays mostly his own material, assembling tracks on the fly, using cutting edge computer technology, including software he’s helped write himself. “There are no CDs involved,” he explains. “It’s a technological orgy up there and I try and keep it more my music than anyone else’s. If people come out to see Deadmau5 I want them to hear Deadmau5 music.”

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Quentin Harris & Inaya Day – Do The Right Thing


Quentin was something of prodigy as a kid, teaching himself to play piano to such a level that, by the time he was able to take lessons, he’d already outgrown the teachers themselves. The route to the studio came through an uncle who fancied himself as an MC and enrolled the kid with the musical chops in the venture. “We went to this little studio and I’d play little synth lines on these demos. I went so often that I ended up controlling how they sounded. At the time, I didn’t realize that I was performing the functions of a music producer. Once that stopped, I had the bug to make my own music.”

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Jaydee – Plastic Dreams (1993)


Plastic Dreams” is a 1992 song recorded by dance music producer Jaydee. It was the artist’s debut single and remains generally considered to be one of the classics of the house music genre (initially released on R&S Records). It was successful in European countries and also achieved great success in the U.S.

In 1993, “Plastic Dreams” hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. The song continues to be remixed and re-released today by many artists, such as David Morales, mostly on unsolicited White labels. The track has made the British charts on more than one occasion, first in September 1997 when it reached number 18 and again in January 2004 when it reached number 35. In 1993, Epic Records (owned by Sony Music Entertainment) featured the song on the first edition of the compilation “Welcome to the Future”. Shortly after, Epic Records negotiated the acquisition of most rights associated with the song.

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John Digweed – Gridlock


John Digweed began DJing around age 13. His breakthrough came in 1993 when he got a gig at the Renaissance Club in Mansfield after fellow DJ Alexander Coe (aka Sasha) heard his demo.

Digweed is known for promoting the progressive house sound that became popular in Europe and North America in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He started the record label Bedrock Records to further promote the music he was playing at the time. In addition to starting the Bedrock imprint, he and friend Nick Muir produce under the Bedrock alias. In his sets, Digweed is noted for adopting tracks with new and different styles.

Between 2000 and 2005, Digweed promoted his “Bedrock” sound with monthly club nights for members and newcomers to the electronic music scene. He played Thursday nights at Heaven in London and Friday nights at a smaller club night at The Beach in Brighton. These nights featured numerous guest DJs including Phil Thompson, Hernan Cattaneo, and Chris Fortier. As Digweed’s international schedule increased, these events drew to a close, although occasional reunions are still held at Heaven. Digweed celebrated 10 years of his Bedrock club night at Matter, London on 10 October 2008 with a near on 10-hour set.

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