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JOYCE MUNIZ’S LATEST SINGLE ‘SLEEPLESS’ GETS REMIXES FROM DJ T, GERMAN BRIGANTE AND RUSS YALLOP.
Joyce Muniz unveils details of a remix EP of her latest offering on the techy Wehbba co-production Sleepless taken from her 11-track debut album ‘Made In Vienna’.
DJ T Remix Premiere in Magnetic Magazine.
‘DJ T takes away most of the vocal but leaves in the reverb in this stellar rework.
Joyce Muniz’ anthemic “Sleepless” has been bouncing around the underground DJ circuit for around two years now, but the tune has shown no sign of stopping its reign over house sets across the world. Exploited Recordings has put together a new remix package to update the tune for today’s dance floors – including stellar takes from German Brigante and Russ Yallop – and Magnetic Magazine is proud to exclusively premiere DJ T’s own take on the track.
This DJ T remix retains the blissed-out atmospherics of the original, engaging them underneath a throttling bass line and rolling hits for an ecstatic breakdown. While the original track is led by Angelique Bianca’s vocal, DJ T whittles it down, making for a fantastic late-night gem around her distant echo.’
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Jamie Jones, Tanner Ross, El Txef, Francesca Lombardo, Acid Pauli, Hyenah, Tensnake, Mark Farina, Christian Martin, Thomas Von Party, Till Von Sein loving this.
We couldn’t resist to release this soulful boogie disco house joint GOLDEN GIRLS from Tigerskin & Jack Jenson featuring vocals from south african rising star Lazarusman.
The both producers about their session: „We were looking for inspiration by listening to various bassline stems freshly recorded the week before. And we checked the secret studio archive which includes the recordings of almost 30 years of Tigerskins work. Looking for hidden treasures in hundreds of recordings we stumbled across a simple and unreleased drum arrangement.
Just for fun we added one of our basslines to it and recorded a bunch of melodies with some of the old Moogs. You know you’re working on ‘one of those songs’ when each member delivers exactly the ingredient that the others were thinking of when working on their part. When Lazarusman sent the vocals and as we listened the first time to the demo version of what would become ‚Golden Girls’ we both looked at each other and agreed that this might be our best work so far.“
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KALTBLUT MAGAZINE: http://www.kaltblut-magazine.com/shir-khan-presents-dancing-romancing/
“A labour of love for label boss Shir Khan, Exploited Records has built its name by releasing danceable, hard-working records. Their latest compilation reflects this ethos. Larger than life.”
“Following the release of the successful compilations Maximize! and Shir Khan Presents Exploited, a brand new compilation titled Shir Khan Presents: Dancing & Romancing will become another classic in the Exploited Records catalog.”
“Since forming in 2007, Exploited have gone on to break a plethora of emerging talent to the electronic world and beyond. Turning Claptone from an unknown artist into one of the biggest names in the dance arena, Khan’s talent as an A&R and his keen ear for cutting edge music has resulted in a formidable back catalogue.”
“Seit 2007 betreibt er erfolgreich das Label Exploited und vertritt Branchenstars wie Claptone und Adana Twins. Auf seiner neuen Zusammenstellung ‘Dancing & Romancing’ finden sich nun die musikalischen Höhepunkte der letzten fünf Jahre.”
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FREEFORM FIVE – BRANDY ALEXANDER (JAMES CURD REMIX)
This remix has never been released before and is an exclusive free download.
FREE DOWNLOAD. Ahead of the release: ‘Shir Khan Presents: Dancing & Romancing’ we are giving away few unreleased selected downloads.
Spearheaded by Shir Khan, Berlin label Exploited Recordings is pleased to announce ‘Shir Khan Presents: Dancing & Romancing’, a compilation album featuring some of the best music over the last five years from the label’s most exciting artists.
‘Dancing & Romancing’ will be released as a double CD and triple vinyl – with many Exploited label classics appearing for the first time on wax.