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Notable Dance Podcast #066

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Notable Dance Podcast #066 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Yolanda Be Cool – Cause I Like It
Duke Dumont – Won’t Look Back
Cazzette ft The High – Sleepless
Da Rave – Milky Way
Le Youth – Feel Your Love ft Javeon
Basement Jaxx – Never Say Never (Mark Knight Remix)
Dirty Vegas – Setting Sun (Daddy’s Groove & Heymen Remix)
SCNDL – The Munsta
Laidback Luke & Marc Benjamin – We’re Forever
Will Sparks ft Troi – When The Lights Go Out
Boyan and Boyer – Bangher
Swanky Tunes ft Raign – Fix Me
Eximinds – Poseidon
Benny Benassi ft Gary Go – Let This Last Forever

Notable Dance Podcast #037

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Listen to Notable Dance Podcast #037

Dr Kucho ft Akil Wingote – Louder (Carlos Gallardo Funk is Back)
GotSome ft The Get Along Gang – Bassline (Original)
Fathers of Sound ft Majuri – One Kiss 2013 (Federico Scavo Remix)
Chris Malinchak – If You Got It (Mark Knight)
Merk & Kremont – Zunami
HIIO & Eyedentity – – Bounce With me
SirensCeol – Symphonie
Zedd ft Hayley Williams – Stay the Night (Bimbo Jones)
Kemal Golden and Reid Stefan – Instagram It
Chuckie – Skydive (Vato Gonzalez)
4 Strings – Lights Out
Avicii – Hey Brother (Syn Cole)
Andrew Rayel & Jwayden – Until the End (Original)
New World Sound and Thomas Newson – Flute (original)

SONG OF THE DAY: Linden Jay ft Ruby Wood – “Break the Hold”

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Slick and sexy, that’s the best way to describe “Break the Hold.” Comparisons to Disclosure, Mike Mago, and Duke Dumont are obvious with the mellow ’90s house groove and somewhat garagey bassline, yet I am getting more of a MK – as in Mark Kinchen (not Mark Knight) by way of West Coast OM feel. The track is laid back, sexy, soulful, and groovy and at the same time energetic and club-ready. It’s one of those songs that proves you don’t need banging, aggressive electro beats to numb a dance floor into submission. Though if you do want banging electro beats, the Kid Massive remix serves them up nicely. That’s just one of the strong remixes across the genres – Cause & Affect (house), Taiki & Nulight (broken beat), and the expertly-constructed drum and bass rerun by Rollz.

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