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Notable Dance Podcast #076

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Notable Dance Podcast #076 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Breach ft Kelis – The Key (Extended Version)
Layo Bushwacka vs Freejak – Finally
Erik Abores – Hold On Mmm Baby (Original Mix Edit)
Sander Van Doorn & Oliver Heldens – THIS
Marc Benjamin ft Nuthin Under a Million – City Lights
Jay Hardway & Mike Hawkins – Freedom
Tiesto – Light Years Away (Tiesto & MOTi Remix)
JETFIRE & SpinRox ft Anabella – Revelation
Uberjak’d ft Nuthin Under a Million – Back 2 Life
Andreas Rodlund and Matt Hewie – Without You The Moose (Extended Version)
Lush & Simon ft Delaney Jane – In My Hands
Orjan Nilsen ft Christina Novelli – Hurricane
Ben Gold ft Christina Novelli – All Or Nothing (Original Mix)
Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Out of Here

(Picture of Christina Novelli taken at WMC 2014 – courtesy of Ascendance Radio.)

Notable Dance Podcast #068

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Notable Dance Podcast #068 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Krono ft Linying – Run
Anna Lunoe – All Out
Ella Eyre – If I Go (Mojam Remix)
Mr. Belt, Wezol – Shiver
La Roux – Uptight Downtown (Just Kiddin Remix)
Naxxos – New Orleans (Mr. Belt & Wezol Remix)
London Grammar – Sights (Denis Ferrer Remix)
Rui Da Silva – Love Is The Leader
Nicky Romero & Anouk – Feet On The Ground
Patrick Hagenaar ft Saviors & Rebecca White – Tears of Gold
Joyriders – Chillaxin’ In The Club
Gareth Emery ft Christina Novelli – Dynamite
Andreas Rodlund & Matt Hewie ft Roland Richards – Monismania

SONG OF THE DAY: Andreas Rodlund & Matt Hewie ft Roland Richards – Monismania 

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In case those 2014 remixes of Zookey (Lift Your Leg Up) left you a little cold, here’s a better song featuring ragga singer/toaster Roland Richards.  When we last heard from the Swedish producers Andreas Rodlund and Matt Hewie, they were working with the powerfully and ethereally-voiced Jonny Rose on “Ultimatum” and “All We Have.”  Keeping a similar EDM production style, pretty progressive verses/drops with a banging big room electro chorus, they switch it up with the reggae singer who sings and toasts over the different sections of the song.  The results is quite fresh and different and unlike anything else out there right now.  The only confusing thing is the song title, meaning “world of money” and coming most likely from a Swedish children’s story about the evils of overtaxation.  How this relates to the “peace and love” vibe in the lyrics, I am not quite sure.

Image courtesy of Uniform Beat.