Already fours weeks into our newest weekly series, Dive Into The Deep, and the feedback has been tremendous. We’re thrilled that you guys have been feeling all the techy tunes we’ve been throwing your way. From the bottom of our heart, we want to thank you for opening your hearts (and ears) to the underground styles of EDM.
So without further ado, we’re about to launch you into the new year with a five-pack of house and techno dancefloor-heaters. Given the sizable number of new tracks on the Beatport market, it was tough to pose this week’s selections. Nonetheless, grab your headphones, and dive right in.
Patrick M – Papillon (Original Mix) [Incorrect]
Based out of South Florida’s tight-knit nightlife community, Cocodrills’ Incorrect label has featured some of the finest representatives from the local scene since its digital inception back in 2009. With its latest single from Space Miami resident Patrick M, the homebred imprint revisits the classic house roots that initially sparked its momentum over four years ago. Press play, and take a stroll through the groovy past.
Lula Circus – Unable To See (FreakMe Remix) [Suruba]
With a string of notable releases already hosted on Diynamic and Get Physical, Italian producer FreakMe is no newcomer to the deep house game. Curious as to what all the buzz is about? Then check out his newest studio work–a smooth-paced remix for the duo Lula Circus, gracing their Zero EP with a touch of tripped-out rhythms and dazzling chords.
SimonV – Endless Silence (Original Mix) [Circles]
It doesn’t take an extravagant reputation for a producer to conceive a solid record in the modern music industry, and SimonV’s scintillating new original is proof. Dually progressive and mysterious in nature, Endless Silence restores a sense of beauty and harmony to the house music genre, and we couldn’t be any more thrilled about it.
Pattern Drama feat. Faux – Oceans Part (Original Mix) [Touch Of Class]
It would be highly improper for an imprint dubbed “Touch Of Class” to present listeners with anything other than their title’s promising implications. Thus, its newest signee, Brooklyn-based duo Pattern Drama, reveals a tantalizing deep tech gem off their latest EP, Sweet Romance. Just get a whiff of the track’s wondrous layers of vocals and drums, and float away to house heaven.
HearThuG feat. My Favorite Robot – Dancing On A Grave (Original Mix) [My Favorite Robot]
We just can’t get enough of MFR or their promising, self-titled label either. As the most recent contributor to their outstanding record agency, Tunisian producer HearThuG teams up with the three robots to assemble a heavy-hitting acid house anthem, Dancing On A Grave. Anyone in the mood for some analog loving? We sure are.