We picked the best out of the plethora of new music we got for this week's update - enjoy this packed and eclectic update...
KlevaKeys featuring Diamondancer "Remember house" (House Keys Records Promo)
Back in summer of 2012, Adam 'KlevaKeys' Agnilleri and poet/songwriter/artist Carolyn 'Diamondancer 'Ferrari graced us with the glorious "Raising vibrations", now they are back together to bring us "Remember house" an inspiring truly glittering dance floor favorite featuring Diamondancer's inimitable spoken word poetry alongside luscious synths and resistless old school inspired rhythms.
Andy Compton featuring Celestine & Anders Olinder "Gift me tomorrow" (Peng Records Promo)
The Rurals main man Andy Compton joins forces with soul diva Celestine and Swedish keyboardist Anders Olinder for "Gift me tomorrow", an uber soulful truly enchanting gem sure to cast a spell on you through the incomparable seductive vocals of Celestine, luxurious keys by Anders Olinder and the captivating organic backdrop. The track is then taken to a whole different level by Bazil on his glamorous deeply groovin' re-imagination.
Darian Crouse "Something tells me it's time" (Souled Out House Promo)
The latest offering from up and rising Soul Out House is "Something tells me it's time" by Darian Crouse, a verily tantalizing yet truly soulful production using intriguing rhythms as foundation for lush keys, dreamful chords and the unmatched deeply rooted vocals of Darian Crouse. The 'Entity Round 1 Remix' fueled with a relentlessly pulsating bassline, funky guitar and inebriant synths transforms the track into a sure-fire late night favorite.
Those Boys "A woman's worth" (Deep Fusion Records Promo)
Back in 2014, Those Boys presented their stellar debut album "Back to life" which included the wonderful "A woman's worth" an uber soulful production laded with the deeply felt vocals of Lucky Ndaba, wicked guitar, melodious keys and a rich organic musical backing. Now this gem returns in an excellent re-imagination by Blizzard Beats fusing the vocals with sumptuous jazzed-up keys and a smoothly groovin' organic backdrop.
Giorgio Bassetti "Trucido" (Pasqua Records Promo)
The original version of "Trucido" was released back in spring on Giorgio Bassetti's "Things have changed" EP, now this wicked track returns in an energetic remix by DJ Pope and Mr. Eclectic who combine the uber cool male vocals with delectable jazzy keys, scintillating chords and inexorable rhythms altogether guaranteed to cause a stir on the dance floor. Nuff said...
Una "Let's dance (like nobody's watching)" (POJI Records Promo)
Most definitely, the dynamic 70's disco/funk inspired "Let's dance (like nobody's watching)" produced by DJ Pope and performed in grand style by POJI Records original songbird Una is guaranteed to take over dance floors around the globe by storm thanks to the infectious funktified backdrop, live strings, classy horns and the unmistakable vocals by Una. Essential.
Keys Snow "Elements of keys" (The Gift & Tribute)(Othic Company Promo)
South African DJ/producer Keys Snow returns to Spirit of House with the phantasmagorical truly eclectic "Elements of keys" EP to be released through Othic Company. To make it short, this stunning EP featuring not less than six expertly crafted productions oozing with his landmark truly beloved sound and the amazing vocals of guest artists Alexander James, Kabomo, Kom Xala, Presss, Soul Star and Zano comes highly recommended.
Saint Evo featuring Lizwi "Mntwana" (Tribe Records Promo)
Kenyan DJ/producer Saint Evo makes his debut on Tribe Records with "Mntwana", beyond the shadow of a doubt this downright hypnotizing afro house production featuring the unique truly enticing vocal stylings of Lizwi (Nokuphiwa Mbatha) and inebraint galactical synth melodies over irresistibly pounding rhythms is guaranteed to send the dancers into a frenzy...
TriGo featuring T-Man "Ashitwi" (Ocha Mzansi Promo)
The Ocha camp continues to bless us with nothing but top-notch afro house music with their latest offering "Ashitwi" by TriGo, an utterly mesmerizing afro-deep production oozing with an incredible emotionally charged vocal delivery from T-Man, entrancing melodies and deeply thumpin' rhythms. The remix is courtesy of Coflo who adds his signature truly spell binding afrocentric touch to take the track to the next level.
Dennis Ferrer "Reach for freedom" / Kerri Chandler "Something deeper" (DJ Spen Re-Edits)(KingStreet Records Promo)
We are closing this weeks update with a dope package forthcoming to KingStreet Records in a couple of weeks.... House music legend DJ Spen serves blazin' hot re-edits of Dennis Ferrer's "Reach for freedom" (originally released in 2002) and Kerri Chandler's "Something deeper" (originally released in 2003 on the "Trionisphere" album), two uncontested house music classics destined to jam-pack dance floors once again in these fervid re-imaginations...