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Notable Dance Podcast #081

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Notable Dance Podcast #081 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Don’t Look Now ft Tom Tyler – Feels Like
CamelPhat – The Act (Mr. Belt & Wezol Remix)
Funkerman ft Jay Colin – Tune
Dr Grushevski & Misha Zam – Dram Rock
2Elements – Cause You (2Elements Mix)
Chocolate Puma & Firebeatz – I Can’t Understand (Extended Mix)
J-Trick – Bouncin
Dirty Palm – Love Me
Dannic & Shermanology – Wait For You
Cedric Gervais ft Ali Tamposi – Love Again (Extended Mix)
Cosmic Gate ft Kristina Antuna – Alone (Maor Levi Remix)
Uforik ft MZ – Far Away (Atlantis)
Mako – Sunburst (Club Mix)

Picture of Firebeatz taken at WMC 2014.

Notable Dance Podcast #075

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Notable Dance Podcast #075 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Planet Of Sound ft Cider Sky – Together (Vocal Mix)
The Magician ft Years & Years – Sunlight (Watermat Remix)
Fedde le Grand Funkerman – 3 Minutes to Explain (Funkerman Fame Mix)
Ruffneck ft Yavahn – Everybody Be Somebody (Lucas & Steve Remix)
Don Diablo – Back In Time
Jakob Liedholm – NEA (Danny Howard Remix)
Kid Massive – Indigo
Thomas Newson & Magnificence – Blizzard
Patrick Hagenaar – Come Closer (Not Too Close)
Jacob van Hage – Floorburn (Original Mix)
W&W & Headhunterz – Shocker (Original Mix)
Armin Van Buuren – Hystereo
Andrew Rayel ft Jonathan Mendelsohn – One In A Million (Paris Blohm Remix)
Disco Fries & Gazzo ft Jones – Follow Me

SONG OF THE DAY: Beauriche – Every Woman

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Coming from Funkerman’s Can You Feel It label, Dutchman Beauriche has been having fun putting his own twist on classic rave/techno  with tracks like “1986” (Latour’s “People Are Still Having Sex” over Hall and Oates “I Can’t Go For That”)  and a really funky mix of “Dominator” by Human Resource.  For “Every Woman,”  he reworks the Chaka Khan/Whitney Houston classic “I’m Every Woman” over what could have been an early ’90s Clivilles & Cole or David Morales track.  This probably started as a bootleg he did which just took on a life of his own.  The majority of the vocals are an ad-lib looped with just two lines of the chorus used in the breakdown.  It’s absolutely brilliant, and with all the love for Whitney’s classics, this will find love across many generations with the youngsters loving Nu-House and those who have been around long enough  to remember the original Chaka Khan or Whitney’s version from the Bodyguard soundtrack or it’s magnificent Every Woman’s House/Club Mix II.  Highly recommended.

Image Courtesy of Nurvous Records.