Don't miss out on this weeks update loaded with lots of amazing new music... enjoy !!
Deejay Cup featuring Mandisa Mamba "Emaphupho" (LaTique's Rare Touch)(New Life Records Promo)
Originally released back in November of last year, "Emaphupho" by Deejay Cup returns in a breathtaking remix by LaTique (Mfihlakalo Siphesihle Mbanjwa). Beyond the shadow of a doubt, LaTique has been pulling out all the stops and delivers an absolutely hypnotizing afro-deep rework that combines the inimitable haunting vocals of Mandisa Mamba with entrancing melodies and intriguing rhythms.
Sheldon So Goode "Dreaming" (Ezel Remix)(Makin' Moves Promo)
Back in July, we introduced you to "Dreaming" by acclaimed multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter/producer Sheldon So Goode, a phantasmagorical soulful production oozing with his incomparable emotive vocals. Now this gem returns in a fresh remix by Ezel who serves a truly glamorous interpretation fueled with bodoacious keys and a smooth yet infectious funked-up backing sure to make you yearn for more.
Cafe 432 featuring Simon King "Remember" (KingStreet Records Promo)
Renowned Cafe 432 (aka Jonsey and Kevin McPherson) make their debut on KingStreet Records with "Remember", a collaboration with vocalist Simon King. To cut right to the chase, "Remember" is an inspiring sun drenched feel-good anthem featuring the beautiful vocal stylings of Simon King, grand jazzy keys and ethereal chords over a contaminous organic backdrop.
Double Face featuring Morris Revy "Olugbe" (Afro Zone Records Promo)
Italian DJ/producer Double Face (Raffaele Sica) joins forces with Nigerian singer/songwriter Morris Revy for "Olugbe" out now on Afro Zone Records, Indisputably, this is a dazzling slice of afro deepness guaranteed to take over dance floors around the globe by storm thanks to the unrivaled sultry vocals of Morris Revy, inebriant galactical chord progressions and inexorable rhythms.
SoulLab "Re/Remixes" (Double Cheese Records Promo)
Forthcoming to Double Cheese Records is the brilliant "Re/Remixes" package where South African duo SoulLab (Kagiso Mokgatle & Kagiso Mathibe) revisit two remixes they've previously done for the label: "You're in my system" by Kelvin Sylvester & Lee Wilson (released in 2017) and "No strings" by Tri-Funk & Mike City (released in 2018). Without question, these dope remixes by SoulLab are sure-fire dance floor weapons not to be missed...
Pausepushers featuring Bluey "Gimme some more" (Future Spin Records Promo)
Coming soon to Future Spin Records is "Gimme some more" a magnificent collaboration by Pausepushers with legendary Incognito band leader Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Mannick. To make a long story short, the scintillating "Gimme some more" is a lively and truly uplifting disco/funk infused production featuring sublime rhythm guitar and vocals by Bluey guaranteed to cast a spell on you.
Vanessa L. Smith "Let there be sun" (Smitty Workhorse Recordings Promo)
Watch out for this fantastic release produced by Linell Andrews and performed in grand style by Vanessa L. Smith to be released through Smitty Workhorse Recordings very soon. Undeniably, "Let there be sun" is an eminent soulful production featuring Vanessa Smith unmistakable heartfelt vocals, illustrious keys and celestial chords over a vibrant organic musical backing.
Traxx Pick: Mark Di Meo "A gentleman’s song FK" (Cee ElAssaad Remix)(NiteGrooves Records Promo)
In fall of 2014, Italian DJ/producer/remixer Mark Di Meo payed tribute to the legendary 'Godfather of House', Frankie Knuckles (rip), with a superb soul oozing instrumental production entitled "A gentleman's song FK" which included a beautiful remix by Christian Vinci. In early 2015, remixes by Forteba, Gerardo Smedile and Mark Di Meo himself followed, and now Cee ElAssaad adds his magical touch to grace us with a splendorous sun drenched rendition. The ever popular Forteba remix from 2015 completes the package.
Traxx Pick: Emmaculate "Higher vibrations" (Mirror Ball Recordings Promo)
This dope release has been a favorite at the Spirit of House offices ever since we received hie promotional package, but unfortunately we did not find the time to review it last week. The time has come to rectify this and make sure you don't miss out on this afro house dance floor bomb laced with grandiose saxophone, wicked guitar, luscious keys and downright enthralling rhythms.