Notable Dance Podcast #072

Notable Dance Podcast #072 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Junior Sanchez vs Bad Suns – Salt (Original Mix)
Block & Crown vs Troj – Come To See Me
Second City ft Ali Love – What Can I Do
Cleavage – Need Someone
Mike Mago ft Dragonette – Outlines (Original Mix)
Gabriel & Dresden – New Ground (Original Mix)
Olav Basoski – Stress Test (Vocal Mix)
Anna Lunoe – Bass Drum Dealer
BT ft Christian Burns – Paralyzed (Original Mix)
David Anthony ft Rozalla – Can You Feel The Love (Extended Mix)
Aerreo ft Jonny Rose – Meteorite (Extended Mix)
Manufactured Superstars ft Jarvis Church – Stay (Extended)
Cosmic Gate & Eric Lumiere – Falling Back (Extended Mix)

Picture of BT taken at WMC 2014.

Notable Dance Podcast #032

Conjure One ft Aruna – Still Holding On (Original)
Hot Since 82 ft Alex Mills – Shadows
Mark Knight & Stefano Noferini – The Sound
Alesso & Calvin Harris ft Theo Hutchcraft – Under Control (Original)
Andy Moor & Orkidea – Orbiting (Chris Schweizer)
Chuckie – Skydive (Original)
Manufactured Superstars – Angry Panda
Ashley Wallbridge – Africa (Original Mix)
Marco V ft Maruja Retana – Waiting For the End
Dohr & Mangold vs Jonathan Mendelsohn – Hurricane
Bobina & Ana Criada – For Who I Am (Extended)
Denis Kenzo ft Svata B – Lullaby For Two (Progressive)
Pet Shop Boys ft Example – Thursday (JRMX & Jon M Club)

SONG OF THE DAY: Manufactured Superstars ft Luciana – “Calling All The Lovers”

Luciana’s raspy vocal chants and raps lift aggressive electro tracks to a higher level, what with tracks like “I Like That,” “Yeah Yeah,” and “I’m Still Hot” shining as some of the biggest club anthems of the past few years. But can she really sing?  Under the pseudonym Isha Coco, she sang “Figure It Out” with Dave Aude and topped the club chart – which pretty much answered that question.  As her current single with Dave Aude “Something for the Weekend” flies up the chart, here comes “Calling All the Lovers,” an energetic stadium house track with a touch of aggressive electro.  Produced by the Manufactured Superstars, Luciana harnesses the best of both sounds, alternating between a prettily-sung verse and a hybrid talk/sing chorus (reminiscent of her big electro hits). The “oh oh oh”chant is quite perfect for big crowds as well.  With such well-written pop  lyrics, it makes you wonder if “Calling All the Lovers” was written in the sessions she did for Kylie Minogue, but she decided to keep for herself.

Image Courtesy of Big Beat.