For this week’s edition of Throwback Thursday, I thought we’d prepare for an insane Friday night with Junior Jack’s classic dance track, “My Feeling!” With it’s steady beat and hypnotic, chill-inducing vocals, “My Feeling” will become yours in no time. So crank those speakers and get up off your seat, it’s time to let your body to the talking and get ready for a great end of the week!
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Let Orphean sing you the song of his people this Throwback Thursday with the trance classic, “My People!” Allow yourself to be completely taken away by the steady dance beat and calming vocals of the talented Terry Bjerre. This track is perfect for a smooth transition into an incredible Friday, so turn up your speakers, forget your worries, and unwind!
Get ready to be completely swept away this Throwback Thursday by the soothing trance sounds of the one and only DJ Tomcraft with his smash hit, “Silence!” In what could only be described as the absolute perfect way to prepare for a sure-to-be insane Friday, allow yourself to forget your worries and take a little “me time” with the relaxing beats and hypnotic vocals of this one of a kind track. Turn up, tune out, and enjoy!
Rock Ya is an energetic techno track designed to rock your party and add some fun into your otherwise dreary musical experience. Axel Konrad, Woody Van Eyden and Spacekid contribute their distinctive styles to the remixes.
The Bad Habit Boys are CJ Stone and George Dee. Their first single Drop The Bass was big in clubs across Europe. Their second single Weekend reached even bigger heights with wide international appeal and has been released in 32 different countries world-wide, topping the dance charts in the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands. In the USA, it was very well received by club and mixshow jocks alike, gaining some prime mixshow airtime during the all important Friday afternoon “let’s get ready for the weekend” drive time mixshows. If Weekend got you pumped, then Rock Ya really will.
Today’s Throwback Thursday is Mad’house’s cover of Madonna’s classic “Like A Prayer.” This floor-stomping dance cover also features vocals from the Turkish singer Buse Unlu, who sounds so much like Madonna it’s both mind-blowing and creepy!
French producers Bambi Mukendi and Stephane Durand aka Mad’house, presumably massive Madonna fans, have obviously taken note of the nostalgia for the 80?s and dipped their bedroom producer mitts into Madonna’s immense back catalogue for the album Absolutely Mad. So get “Into The Groove” with this awesome electronic cover of “Like A Prayer.”
Today’s throwback Radikal track of the day is “Deep Down Below” by RMB with vocals from Christina Lux. The single was released under Radikal Records in 2001. This is sure to bring out the chills in most of us, feelings of nostalgia, or entranced in the beauty of the track.
Here’s a little fun fact for you, RMB stands for Rolf Maier-Bode, one half of the German electronic music band. The other half is Farid Gharadjedaghi, they both met while working together at the label Adam & Eve, and decided to make music full time, leaving the label to join Low Spirit, under which they released “Spring” which went gold in Germany.
Take a listen and enjoy the rest of your evening!
It’s that time again: Throwback Thursday! For this week’s edition, lose yourself in the bass-heavy club banger by CJ Stone, “Shining Star!” This track will have you up and dancing within seconds, and is promised to get you singing along with hypnotic vocals that will have chills running down your spine the whole way through. So get up out of your seat, crank the volume, and get starry-eyed with “Shining Star” by CJ Stone, below!
Today’s throwback Thursday track is the Club Mix of Blood Is Pumpin’ by German DJs/producers Voodoo and Serano. Blood Is Pumpin’ was released in 2001, and was way ahead of its time, with regards to melodic buildups and hard drops. Listening to this dance track might bring nostalgia to a few clubheads out there…
Let’s bring it back for throwback Thursday to an old Radikal Records gem: Ubap by Re-Flex that will have you Ubap-ing all day night and all night!
Re-Flex is a British new-wave/synth pop band which met international success in 1984 with the release of their track The Politics of Dancing which made it to the top of the Dance charts in the US and in Europe!
For this week’s edition of Throwback Thursday, we give you the brilliant single, “Silence” from Taiko! The single is a unique mixture of pulsing tribal beats and hypnotic trance vocals that defy genres and fill dance floors. Check it out below and let yourself be taken away by the “Silence!”