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Ayo "Ocean" (DJ Serge Negri Re-Edit) (Promo)

We proudly introduce you to DJ Serge Negri's unofficial re-imagination of the wonderful "Ocean" by Ayo (taken from her 2020 album "Royal"), an Afro-German singer-songwriter with Nigerian and Romani roots. Without any question, DJ Serge Negri's expertly crafted soulful four-to-the-floor interpretation keeping the spirit and vibe of the original alive is sure to cast a spell on you...

Roy Ayers "What's the T" (Delfonic Edit) (BBE Music Promo)

In 2003, BBE Music released "Virgin Ubiquity (Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981)", an excellent compilation of previously unreleased 1970's and early 1980's material from vibes legend Roy Ayers. One of the standout cuts is "What's the T" which has been re-edited by Delfonic (Markus Lindner) who extends the track and raises the tempo to grace us with a groovy slice of jazz/funk/disco infused dance floor bliss.

DJ Rich "I was blind" (D#Sharp Records Promo)

Watch out for the the next release on D#Sharp Records, the magnificent "I was blind" by DJ Rich. Indisputably, the eminent spoken word poetry by DJ Rich together with the lush keys, celestial pads, grand horn stabs and enthralling funked-up backdrop will send the dancers into a frenzy... Next to the original version, the package includes a glamorous truly enchanting 'Jazzy Mix', the hypnotic 'Deeper Mix' destined for late night play, a soulful yet lively and uplifting interpretation by JoeFlame, and finally a chunky underground-esque rework by DJ Gary B.

Stevie Wonder "Love light in flight" (Corey Holmes & DJ Buzz Rework) (New Generation Records Promo)

Forthcoming to New Generation Records is this dope four-to-the-floor remake of "Love light in flight" a song by legendary American r&b singer/songwriter Stevie Wonder (released in 1984 on the soundtrack for "The woman in red"). To make it short, Corey Holmes & DJ Buzz combine Stevie Wonder's unmatched vocals with intriguing rhythms and enticing keys to create a sure-fire dance floor weapon.

Classic Pick: 280 West featuring Diamond Temple "Love's masquerade" (Kaleidiascope Records 12", 1993)
Classic Pick: 280 West featuring Diamond Temple "Love's masquerade" (Masters at Work Remixes) (Freetown Inc 12", 1994)

Back in 1993, Kaleidiascope Records dropped this downright phenomenal slice of soulful bliss by 280 West featuring the unrivaled vocal stylings of Diamond Temple. The 'Rude Awakening Mix' running for over fifteen minutes is truly something not to  be missed... Then in 1994, Freetown Inc took the track to a whole different level when they released remixes by none other than Masters at Work.