With the three of us still feeling the Eastern Electrics blues our appetite for deep house has risen exponentially and with Creamfields festival arriving in Liverpool this weekend, our ears will certainly have a lot to appreciate by Monday. We have some huge tracks for you this week, from some old deep house classics to new multi - genre sounds. Enjoy.
The opening track in this package is the work of Mexican born DJ Betoko, who has remixed Leftfield's track Song of Life. The song starts with euphoric and almost haunting vocals before punching into a hard deep thud that resonates throughout the whole song. The second drop is my favourite, and tech influences can be heard as the song rolls onto a seemingly never ending cycle.
This is huge! Berliner Sidney Charles delivers here with a groovy bassline and effectively used vocals. This is definitely one of those songs that we can picture making the dance tent go crazy no matter what time the DJ decides to drop it. Especially loving the eerie vocals and bass heavy kicks throughout.
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To give you a taste of summer vibes is this track by the Parisian Enzo Bennet, perfectly delivering that deep progressive sound. The rolling bass line reminds of some of deadmau5's tracks yet with that sun kissed trance effect that deep progressive sounds seems to bring. Enjoy!
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This track continues the summer vibes with a percussive drum part and almost Sting like vocals pulled from the Ska/Reggae original track. Spanish guitar also gives the track that summer twist, and a driving bass line secures this track as a current chilled out favourite. Something to enjoy in the garden with a beer!
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