Good Morning Mix: Kickstart your morning with Heidi’s timeless ENTER.Terrace mix at Space Ibiza

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Take a trip back in time this morning. Explore, discover, and enter the sonic soundscapes of Space Ibiza on July 10, 2014.

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Three years ago, Richie Hawtin took his ENTER. performance to Space Ibiza. In his quintessential curatorial culmination of music, sake, and technology, senses were heightened and experience amplified. Exemplifying the soaring, calculated ethos of said event was Heidi, largely known as the label head of the spearheading Jackathon Jams and a late pioneer in today’s house and techno realm. At ENTER., Heidi took the crowd on a contemplative journey of house and techno.

Having launched her illustrious career over a decade ago and since hosted her own radio show on BBC Radio 1, “In New DJs We Trust,” she’s certainly solidified her status as a global tastemaker. From there, she scored a permanent residency on the network and has partied across the globe via Jackathon Jams.

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Claude VonStroke delights in exclusive Club Space Miami mix, kicking off the Get Real tour

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It’s hard to believe that Claude VonStroke and Green Velvet‘s Get Real collaborative project began as a mere accident. But with their seamlessly integrated sets and similar midwestern backgrounds in mind, the real mystery is why this institution’s inception hadn’t happened earlier on.

Each artist propels their penchant for deep and tech house in the Get Real project. Presently, the two are taking Get Real on a tour of the U.S. Ahead of their performance at Art Basel, which officially kicks off the Get Real tour, VonStroke’s released an exclusive Club Space Miami mix. Surely, the mix is a delightful testament to the mastermind and in the hour-long journey, it’s music that’s plenty easy to get real lost in.

All Night – DJ W!LD – the W label
An Evidence of Time – Rodriguez jr. – Claude VonStroke Remix – mobilee
Luos Onhcet – Marcos In Dub – snatch! Records
Ghosts – Berkson & What – Pokerflat
Black Cat – Trevino – Bride
Butterflies – Jamie Anderson – Klang Elektronik
Mode – Jansons (Richy Ahmed remix) – Four Thirty Two
The Right Moves – MANIK (Kim Ann Foxman Remix) – vIVA music
The Connection – Tim Baresko & Shiba San – basement Leak
Brav – Jagerverb & Danny Daze – Omnidisc
Under Pressure – Gene Ferris – Ferris Wheel
Love Express – Magit Cacoon – Upon You

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Ephwurd uploads a bass house packed ‘Eph’d Up Radio #14’

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Ephwurd tops off a handful of recent singles with the return of their radio show after an 18-day break.

In this edition of Eph’d Up Radio, Datsik and Bais Haus, the duo behind the supergroup, unleash dark and poppy bass house tracks coalescing into a fluid one-hour session that gets grooving in seconds. After enlisting the help of Fatman Scoop and Jvst Say Yes on their previous tracks, Ephwurd is clearly solidifying their brand and community for the long run. Shows, the launch of their new label Eph’d Up Records, and more music are definitively on the horizon for Ephwurd next year.

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Bicep flex their sonic expertise in new Essential Mix

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After churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks under their unpredictable M.O., the Belfast-based Bicep found their niche, or perhaps a more aptly-categorized lack thereof. But such is what earns the Belfast-duo their wide acclaim in the dance realm. Considering the two began as prolific bloggers at their own site, Feel My Bicep, the very weaving of an inquisitive amalgamation of house and electro is in their blood. It should come as no surprise that the duo’s tunes draw from an array of material.

This year, Bicep dropped off their highly-anticipated debut album. The self-titled work was a stylistically expanse deliverance that served as one of contemporary dance music’s deepest releases of the year. It was also an album in which the two flexed their sonic multitudes of both tenacity and flexibility.

Bicep is now ending the year strong with an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. In a two-hour voyage through the worlds of Italo, breakbeat, and more, Bicep divulges on one of the most meticulous masterpieces of the last year.

Listen to Bicep’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix here.




Mark Barrott – “Bush Society”

RJ – “Leo”

Fantastic Man – “Dream Machine (Edit)”

Giraffi Dog – “351 Nation”

Hammer – “Atlantic 252”

Tons of Tones – “Oh Ah Ph Ah Oh (John Talabot Edit)

Lake People – “Lamb Shift”

Norwell – “Celestial Bodies (Imre Kisss “Crisis ’91” Mix)

Jacob Korn – “Selene”

Ursa’s Reef – “Love Cult”

Lanark Artefax – “Touch Absence (Edit)”

Rival Consoles – “Recovery”

Claude Speeed – “Ambien Rave (Nightmare Edit)”

Shinra – “Ball & Chain”

Djedjotronic – “Abyssal Zone”

Randomer “Smokin”

Lanngman – 80017A”

Wink – “Superfreak (Super Freak-A-Pella)

Untitled – Untitled

Dan Cough – “B-Jam”

Urban Myths – “Makin’ Me Feel (Edit)”

CJ Bolland – “The Tower Of Naphtali”

Apex Twin – “end E2”

God Within – “Raincry (Spiritual Thirst)”

Modaji – “Belle Epoque”

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Launchpad: Wind down with this emotive post-club playlist

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Launchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration here

The weekend is upon us. Hopefully, you can finally set aside some downtime to relax and reflect. Whether you’re staying in this weekend or are on the cusp of a big night out, we’ve crafted the perfect post-club playlist. Our latest Launchpad playlist is an emotive arch of deep house, techno, and electronica.  It’s a deliverance that’s drowning in introspection, perfect for the after-after party and easy listening alike.

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FromDropTillDawn – “Deja Vu”

You’ve still got one dance in you, so this track’s got you covered. Deja Vu. It’s as if you’re back on the dancefloor. The This Ain’t Bristol mainstay FromDropTillDawn serves up a sultry deep house number in this undertaking, and it’s an insatiably moving deliverance.

Nils Frahm – “Says (Echo 6 Remix)”

Echo 6, better known as Charly Martin, works his down-tempo magic on the seminal Berlin-based composer Nils Frahm’s track “Says” and we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to include it in this arched playlist. Originally recorded on Frahm’s Spaces album, Echo 6 reworks the emotive number in an incredibly endearing fashion. The newly minted tune is perfect for ending an evening out in its near eight minutes of sheer sonic bliss.




FromDropTillDawn – “Deja Vu”
Luckless – “So Talk (Ducks! Spinning Circles Remix)”
TJ Lawton & Dan Wainwright  – “Easy Come, Easy Go”
Nils Frahm – “Says (Echo 6 Remix)”
CRi – “Keep It Real (ft Jesse Mac Cormack)”



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Cimo Fränkel – Never Give Up (Filous Remix)

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After delivering a diverse testament to his enlivened, airy production proclivity on the recent For Love EP,  Filous has sprinkled his mellow magic on the Dutch singer-songwriter Cimo Fränkel’s “Never Give Up.”

Filous’ remix breathes new life into an already impassioned work. Opening with dulcetly sincere, heartwarming guitar melodies, Filous transitions, just before the vocals kick, into a deeply melodic atmosphere. With both concise percussion and a fixed beat “Never Give Up” is an animated display of Filous’ soothing potential.

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Charlie Puth – How Long (EDX Remix)

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Hot off the decks is an EDX-envisioned remix pack of Charlie Puth‘s “How Long.” The dual release features two house takes on Puth’s radio staple, a three-minute “Dubai Skyline Remix” cut, and a “Dubai Skyline Extended Mix” that toes the five-minute mark, offering listeners a protracted sample of the revamped track’s deep house flavor.

EDX ups the re-imaginative ante as he simultaneously ups “How Long’s” BPM, garnishing Puth’s mellifluous vocals with ascending percussive tones that stake a harmonious contrast with the remix’s deeper timbre.

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Mike Hawkins – M808

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Mike Hawkins has released his newest single, “M808.”

The Danish producer has previously released singles on major labels such as EMI, Parlophone, Ultra, and Size Records, amongst others. Hawkins’ newest single, released on Armada Music, is an extension of his artistic evolution over the past five years. While Hawkins originally got his start producing acclaimed big room tracks such as “Jump!” and “Hot Steppa,” one could argue that his body of work has shifted in conjunction with the evolution of future house in Europe and North America.

“M808” accompanies tracks such as “Klobber” and “Wombo” that characterize Hawkins’ more recent body of work, which is a testament to future house’s evolution, as well as Hawkins’ artistic ingenuity.

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Sofi Tukker give their track ‘Best Friend’ some house vibes in new remix

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Grammy-nominated duo Sofi Tukker has returned with a new remix for their most recent collaboration, “Best Friend,” featuring Nervo, The Knocks and Alisa Ueno. The NYC-based producers, who experienced a career breakthrough with their 2016 album, Soft Animals, are currently supporting ODESZA on their “A Moment Apart” tour and had the original track featured on an iPhone X commercial. Now, they’ve created some new material for their opening sets as well as dance clubs around the globe.

Maintaining the high energy of the original, Sofi Tukker packs on some deep synths, conga samples and a more rapid bass-line, giving the track a dance-y, house music feel. It clearly resembles the type of music heard during Brazil’s annual Carnival party, hence the “Carnaval Remix.”

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Matoma puts tropical twist on Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels’ ‘I Miss You’

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Matoma is preparing for an enormous 2018.

Wrapping up the year with a performance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, the artist will surely rip into 2018 with poise. On the heels of his album announcement for One In A Million and a tour set to kick off Jan. 11, he’s released an energized tropical house rework of Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels’ collaboration “I Miss You.”

Enlivening the subdued number right off the bat with record scratches, a balmy bassline sees out the same lively elements that allowed for “All Night” and “Old Thing Back” to rise in the house reigns. Matoma is divulging perfect music for the wintertime blues, only begging for the release of new work to be in the ears of his eager listeners.

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