Notable Dance Podcast #065

Notable Dance Podcast #065 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Chris Malinchak ft Mikky Ekko – Stranger
Route 94 ft Jess Glynne – My Love (Bender Remix)
Oliver $, Jimi Jules – Pushing On
Zinc – Show Me (KiNK Beat Remix)
Leonardo GloVibes ft Juiceppe – Electrica Salsa
Alex Metric – Hope
Nile Rodgers – Do What You Wanna Do (Chocolate Puma Remix)
Harry Romero – Tania (Riva Starr Remix)
Eric Prydz – Liberate
Lush & Simon – Hunter
Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic ft Collin McLoughlin – Here Tonight
TS7 ft Yaz Nikks – Give Me a Sign (Garage Mix)
Harold van Lennep – Liberation

(Picture of Leonardo Glovibes taken at Winter Music Conference 2014.)

Notable Dance Podcast #063

Notable Dance Podcast #063 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Kenna – Relations (Justin Martin Remix)
Kayper – Someone
Clean Bandit ft Sharna Bass – Extraordinary (Klingande Remix)
Eric Prydz – Liberate
Syn Cole – Bright Lights
Kid Massive & Databoy – Horizon (VINAI Remix)
Matisse & Sadko – Azonto
Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix & DVBBS ft Aleesia – Gold Skies
Revolvr – Quantum
DJ Fresh vs TC – Make U Bounce (Manhattan Clique Remix)
Chicane ft Senadee – No More I Sleep (Antillas & Dankann Remix)
Justin Michael ft Phillip Larue – Young Forever (RavenKis Remix)
Seven Lions ft Kerli – Worlds Apart

SONG OF THE DAY: Nick Fiorucci – Beggin

Watching the flashback ’90s nu-house meme develop, it’s quite interesting to note how the classic sounds are being crosspollinated with different genres and inspirations. Last week saw Chocolate Puma adding progressive Prydz-esque sounds and the White N3rd going ADHD with a touch of just about everything. As a fan of Nick Fiorucci and his label HiBias, I’ve been waiting to see what his twist would be and he definitely doesn’t disappoint. “Beggin” uses a revocaled sample of The Four Seasons “Beggin” (like the 2008 hit by Madcon) as the breakdown for the updated house beats with classic grooves and UK-flavored garage overtones. There isn’t enough room here to distinguish between US and UK garage – let’s just go by pronunciations. Pronounced Guh-ruhj, then it’s the classic US house sound. Pronounced Gah-raj, its the ’90s British flavor with 2-step or speed garage inflections. Nick’s track is definitely the latter. “Beggin” is instantly recognizable, with great energy, and will work brilliantly on both commercial and underground club floors.

Image courtesy of Hi Bias Records.