Mr. Gold reminds us that good prog house is not dead…just hard to find. Taking Dash’s stunning trance masterpiece “World Falls Apart,” he engineers a little exhibit of his own that’ll give you chills in places you didn’t know existed. 8/29 this track can be yours!
Following remixes of David Guetta’s “Hey Mama,” and Major Lazer/DJ Snake’s “Lean On,” NYC’s favorite machines cut down on releases for a few months to work tirelessly on original material. The result is here, a progressive-electro hybrid in “Feel It.” Out on Swanky Tunes’ label, Showland, the Modern Machines debut their most matured and complete sound yet. This one is made for all sorts of scenarios: mainstage, late night club venues, or even the gym. Don’t sleep on this one, because we are most certainly feelin’ it (pun intended).
Modern Machines – Feel It: Beatport | iTunes | Spotify
Usually a huge Fetty fan, being a fellow Jersey boy, “My Way” just didn’t do it for me. Mysto & Pizzi though….two thumbs way up. This super-chilled mix is just begging to be played at your next late night post-game sesh. All kinds of vibes from this NY duo that’s been quiet lately. Welcome back to KFT!
Click To Download: My Way (Mysto & Pizzi Chillout Mix)
UK’s own Hambleton read my mind about my soft spot for piano and gives “September” a bouncy, groovy facelift even adding in some soft sax in the background. Get out of my head bro, this that shit I do like.
Click to Download: September (Hambleton Remix)
Coming from one of the greatest albums of 2014, “Say My Name” became quite the remixed hit in the past 6 months, but as soon as Mr. Gervais walks up to the plate, those outfielders push back another 20 feet. This is Cedric doing what Cedric does best–another air-tight dance record from the Frenchman. Out on Spinnin’ 9/27.
Lucas & Steve alongside Laurent Wolf deliver some of that good good deep house with some Spanish fuego on top. Grab your special mami or papi and head straight to the dancefloor. Officially available 9/17.
Whatever genre this Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover falls under, I want more of it. The British group’s unique sound is defined by an expertly measured concoction of hip-hop beats, smooth jazz, and deep electronic. It gets even more trippy when you dive into their cover of Kanye’s Love Lockdown.