Alfitude is a new music blog featuring everything from grime to electro.The UK based blog is more interested where the music takes their readers, rather than where it’s coming from. The blog saw true talent in the new Apollo 440 release, The Future’s What It Used To Be. Alfitude feature the band’s incredible new single, A Deeper Dub while reminding fans of the legendary single, Stop The Rock.
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Following his spectacular remix of the classic Super 8 song Alba, Israeli born Maor Levi returns with the incredible original production, Won’t Say No. Elegant piano vibes combine with deep grooves resulting in a release that is equally hypnotizing and ethereal. Best of all, the sweeping breakdown gives way to a surge of tech rhythms on the drop. Won’t Say No will be available for purchase on May 28th on Beatport and iTunes. If you are not yet familiar with the Balearic progressive flavors of Maor Levi it is essential that you check out his monumental single, Reflect.
Five years after In Between, Grammy Award winning producer Paul van Dyk is back with Evolution. While the new album has received mixed reviews from critics, his first single The Ocean featuring Arty is warm, evocative, and memorable. This dream collaboration resulted in a beautiful track that is laced with emotionally driven vocals that pull on your heart strings. Critics have been quick to point out the irony in Evolution‘s title, noting the producer’s signature sound has hardly “evolved”. In an interview with the Vancouver Sun, he dismisses these allegations,
“Ever since I started DJing, for me electronic music is not about just house music or electro or trance or dubstep or techno – it’s about electronic music all together. This is obviously what this album reflects real well because you find elements from all of those sub-genres on that album put together in a different way.”
Radikal Records announces the release of Gotta Let You Go from Berlin based DJ and producer Marc van Linden; best known for his summer club anthem I Like It.
Marc van Linden has already established himself as a superstar producer, creating a series of in demand hits and remixes. His new remake of Dominica’s 1994 house classic Gotta Let You Go comes in a fresh style, complete with the up-lifting vocals of Amanda Wilson.
A former member of The Freemasons, Wilson achieved chart topping success in 2005 with the single Love On My Mind. Always in great demand, she is quite simply known to fans and the industry as “The Voice”. She has made some of the biggest and best international dance anthems of the last decade, including FOUR official Top 40 UK chart hits. In addition, she regularly performs at some of the biggest and best clubs from Ibiza and Miami to Moscow and Sydney.
Gotta Let You Go is a dance-floor killer equipped with catchy vocals and pulsing beats perfect for any house music lover. The single is a crossover of electro, trance and progressive sounds. This package includes remixes by CJ Stone, David Puentez & Anthony Ross, Manuel Baccano, Jason Mill, Kofferboys & Andy Panthen, as well as Marc van Linden’s energetic club mix. Read more…
Who knew that a PA announcement warning about the ill effects of drugs could be so much fun. While a monotone German voice advises against the use of a list of psychotropic and medicinal drugs, pointing out that you’ll be in for the shock of your life if you don’t heed the advice, Die Apotheka build their electronic beats to a hypnotic crescendo, welcoming the listener to their musical “drugstore” and taking them on their very own special trip. If you want to get lost in music, get your recipe filled at the Apotheka. Read more…