Break out the rum glaze and canned pineapple cause there's some blammin I've got for ya hammins! Got some lovely things from Shall Not Fade always keeping their supporters in mind with constant sales on their Bandcamp, this time in celebration of three years running. Adryiano has his third one coming soon along with another solid contribution to the label from the early-ish days, also grabbed a great one from DJ Octopus. Ladymonix out of Detroit has been on my radar with remix services on Rocksteady Disco and has her own label Frizner Electric getting ready to release the BC I WANT TO EP in a couple weeks, theres some great freebies up on that site as well that I highly recommend a DL. Been feeling some Roza Terenzi action as of late too, her O.G. EP that came out in the fall is an ear tantalizer complete with a Jayda G remix. Gonna leave y'all with a Wazoo of a tune from Tee Mango's Aus EP on the lively note, take care till next week!
Let's just hang out and have a good time guys, and lets throw on Mr 2 Scoops by JoBu while we do it, cause thats the perfect soundtrack for friendly foolishness. I'm really into how groovy and saturated these tracks on the 3rd of Savor Music's Unami compilations, perfect for hip-flinging. Alright, here's a tip; Kaffe Creme are the real deal, you should buy this blind (deaf), and you won't be sorry - trust! Alright speak soon, gimme a call let's go to the supermarket and smack refrigerated chickens together.
You know the classic saying, "it takes a village to press a record", well probably not cause that's some dad joke garbage i made up, but that doesn't mean that working together isn't cool as heck though! In the spirit of collaboration, De La Groove got a buncha underground killers to contribute a track to their Crossovers & Alley Oops EP. No fillers at all here, just flavors from the likes of Cody Currie, Demuir, Black Loops and more, pre order that one here. Aside from that heatness, Boiler Room recently uploaded a set from UK based DJ/producer Peach for the Fleshback Manchester party, and it's amazing. She keeps it mostly in the Chicago house realm, but throws in bits of Hi-NRG at the beginning and a little deepness at the end, with the RuPaul classic being a mindblower as someone who had never heard it before. Everything about the whole set and party is right up my alley, those dancers came to work. Watch the whole thing here. Till next week pals!