Nestled in the heart of South Beach, The W Hotel is home to Miami’s most intimate club, Wall. From Bob Sinclare to Bingo Players, Wall has played host to some of the hottest names in electronic music while maintaining an underground feel. This Saturday, EDX will be spinning the signature deep house vibes that have established him an A-list DJ. Mr. Maurizio Colella will be continuing his US Takeover 2015 for the next 2 months leading up to a highly-anticipated performance at Ultra Music Festival. His podcast, No Excuses, is consistently one of the best and we’ve been lucky enough to present it on KFT. If you’re in Miami this weekend and not seeing EDX, there’s just no excuse.
Buy Tickets: EDX @ WALL
Hot off the press, LO’99 delivers your daily dose of deep house. LO’s absolute mastery of the rumbling, prowling, bassline-infused house and garage sounds that have proven the key to his recent success. The Australian locked down the #1 spot on Hype Machines remix chart recently and has emerged as a constant presence on Beatport’s top tracks. After living in Europe last year, it’s easy to see the incredible impact of deep house. LO’99 is dropping some of the best deep house from down under and 2015 looks to be no exception.
Download: Dooms Night-Azzido Da Bass x Timo Maas (LO’99 Edit)
Mr. Hagenaar how do you continue to do it? Within the last few months Patrick Hagenaar has been on FIRE. His remixes of ‘Come Closer,’ ‘Yours,’ and ‘Promesses’ were nothing short of phenomenal. While tuning into Nicky Romero’s Protocol Radio yesterday, I stumbled upon Patrick Hagenaar’s latest masterpiece. The official rework of Aaron Smith’s ‘Dancin’ will be released on Sony/Relentless Records and continues to build Hagenaar’s case for the strongest start of 2015.
World: meet Lost Kings. The LA duo of Robert Gainley and Dr. No are on the cusp of being EDM’s biggest breakout artist. In 2014, Lost Kings released stellar reworks of ‘Unbreakable,’ ‘Colour,’ ‘Overdrive,’ ‘Black Balloons,’ and ‘Latch.’ They just inked a deal with Sony-affiliated, Disruptor Management, which is where The Chainsmokers signed in September. Imagine Dragons have seen their work become the starting point of countless remixes over the last two years. Lost Kings harnessed the raw emotion and power of Dan Reyonlds’ vocal and added a melodic, piano-driven beat. They won’t be lost for long if 2015 continues to see releases indicative of their current tracks. Hopefully we’ll be listening to some Lost Kings original tunes in the near future.
Imagine Dragons-I Bet My Life (Lost Kings Remix): iTunes | HypeM
Bruno Mars has yet again put out an undeniably catchy track, this time along with Mark Ronson. Sir Matty V keyed in on the funky aspects of the vocal and background echo, and worked in his own instrumental and piercing drop to give the clubs what they’ve been searching for: a reason to blast Bruno. Don’t believe in this young Boston based producer? Just watch. (Or in this case listen)…
Uptown Funk (Sir Matty V Remix): Download
Chet Porter has blown us away with a multi-dimensional transformation of Zedd’s original single, “Stay The Night.” The original featured vocals from Haley Williams, and as intoxicating as they might have been – the remix features a high pitched adjusted vocal that provides for a cozy and chilling feel. The production gives off a summery feel with chirps and other tropical goodness, topped with a futuristic drop that is just phenomenal. I’m going to be honest – not the biggest fan of the original. Not in any way shape or form was it Zedd’s best work. But this remix is a totally different animal! Free download below.
Stay The Night (Chet Porter Remix): Download | HypeM
The idea behind The Sunday Collection is simple: easing you into next week. Enjoy your week.