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Notable Dance Podcast #033

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Pegasus ft Chole Wolf – Gorecki

Jack & Joy ft Calvin Lynch – Be This Way (Original Extended)
3Lau, Paris & Simo ft Bright Lights – Escape (Bursters)
Jordy Dazz – Torpedo
Lazy Jay – On the Rocks
Martin Solveig & Laidback Luke – Blow
The PartySquad & Mitchell Niemeyer – Pantsdown
Blasterjaxx – Snake
Tiesto ft BT – Love Comes Again (Blasterjaxx)
Don Diablo & Matt Nash ft Noonie Bao – Starlight Could You Be Mine (Drop Dept)
Ferry Corsten ft Jenny Wahlstrom – Many Ways (Ext)
Justin Michael ft Phillip Larue – Young Forever (Extended)

AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT (2013): Day 2

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My focus this year is to pretty much do as many interviews as possible. As well as listen for hot new music, network, and go to great parties. Last night’s Doorn party at Escape was a good time to do all three. It was also quite nice that I interviewed Sander Van Doorn today and got the chance to ask him about two hot tracks that he played.

SONG OF THE DAY: Pegasus ft Chloe Wolf – “Gorecki”

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I’ve mentioned the WTF concept for a record a few times (see here for description).  When I first heard “Gorecki,” I had to think ‘is this really bad or really amazing.’  After a few listens, I realize it’s the latter.  An update of the song, it’s a similar remaining to what the Freemasons did with Alanis Morissette’s “Uninvited” a few years back.  What threw me off is that Chloe Wolf’s style of singing and talking feels like it belongs on a mellow trance record rather than a retro dark house style.  Actually, to be more specific, imagine if during their “Flashdance” era, Deep Dish would have produced “Faster Kill Pussycat” (instead of Paul Oakenfold) and channeled some of Rollo’s downbeat epic style.  (And if you don’t know Deep Dish “Flashdance” or Paul Oakenfold “Faster Kill Pussycat” or who Rollo is, click their names for listening links.)  The vocals and the production make “Gorecki” stand out from what is out there and from what most of Freemasons have done, though it does have a bit of a similar feel to their most recent single “Tears.”  There will no doubt a full slate of mixes come release, and hopefully the Freemasons might consider bringing back their Walken alter-ego as that sound would fit the song perfectly.

Image Courtesy of Freemasons Music.