Rutherford House Vol. 16

February 20, 2014 -

Rutherford House

With 2014 in full swing, and the summer season only scarily 4 months away, artists have been racking on tours, productions and releases. We've got a huge package here for you guys this week, with the focus being primarily with techno genre, featuring a massive remix of Midland's Trace, and a hot new tune from Harvey McKay. Enjoy

First up this week is a track selected from Maceo Plex's huge new EP, Conjure One. Named Conjure Balearia, this track starts with a blissful section of melodic, soothing and chilled out sounds before smashing into a hard, no nonsense drop typical of the Spaniards recent productions.

Gardens of God, signed onto Maceo Plex's deeper label Ellum, has had a flurry of releases as of late, with personal favourite being 'Are We?' featuring the ethereal vocals of Egle Sirvydyte whose voice is perfectly complimented by the deep, minimalistic keys throughout.

Massive track here from relatively unknown producer Huge Massien whose name I'm sure will be rising through the ranks of the underground scene very soon. Beginning with a deep driving sound this track drops into a minimalistic jumpy bouncy beat, that would certainly make a crowd kick off.

Another massive remix here from the Audio Rehab signed star Massien - this track oozes dark vibes.

Drumcode star Harvey McKay who has already stomped out a couple of world class techno tracks recently, has just released his impeccable three track EP 'The Illusion of Control.' Personal favourite track is Silk Road which features a killer vocal hook and a heavy deep synth stab throughout.

Taking you guys back a few months to Huxley's ridiculous EP release, with Creeper (Club). This song makes me smile everytime the drop arrives with a mean voice in the background and a stomping nasty bassline throughout.

After seeing Markus Schulz mesmerise the whole of the Ministry of Sound club last Friday night with his spectacular 6 hour set, we went in search of some of the gems we had heard that night. In The Shadows, was one of them, expected to be released on his Scream 2 studio album which is due to be released in a few days. Show your appreciation and check out his Scream 2 promo mix. Unbelievable.

One of the most remixed songs of last year, Hey Now, produced by the majestic London Grammar has just been remixed by bass house giants Mr Rich and Billy Kenny. This tracks shows the pair have a more subtle and chilled out side to their productions. Enjoy.

A trance classic here, that needs little words to emphasise what an amazing production this is. Perfect sunrise song, that still sounds like it was released yesterday.

To finish this package of we've got a remix of one of the most popular releases of last year, Trace by London artist Midland. Techno maestro Grain has given this an amazing rework, with the pace,grooviness, and intensity of the track increasing throughout. A perfect weekend tune.

-Rutherford House


You Might Also Like...

November 22, 2023
DLG. And Koastle Bring Together The Best Of Both Styles In 'Strangers'

When it comes to refreshing sounds in the indie music scene, DLG. and Koastle are names you'll want to remember. […]

Read More
November 18, 2023
OPIUO joined forces with the Colorado Symphony to Create 'Opiuo & The Opulent Orchestra'

In May, just days before his sold-out performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre alongside The Opulent Orchestra, Opiuo's family arrived […]

Read More
November 17, 2023
33 Reveals Defining, Multi-Faceted Experience In Self-Titled Album '33'

The album 33 from the band is a heartfelt journey you have to experience for yourself to know what it […]

Read More

5 comments on “Rutherford House Vol. 16”

Leave a Reply

Copyright © 2023 Daily Beat
Designed by Digital Dekay LLC
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram