Notable Dance Podcast #049

Lolo ft Giggs – Gangsters (XY Constant Remix)
The Traveller & In Motion – Believe (Stevie Mink Mix)
Chocolate Puma – Afrika
Patric La Funk & DBN – Quick Quack (Club Mix)
Sebjak & David Tort – Raveline
Martin Garrix & Firebeatz – Helicopter (Original)
Dannic – Lion (Original Mix)
Marco V – Back In The Jungle (Original)
Garmiani – Nomad (Original Mix)
Tristan Garner – Imperium (Original)
Afrojack – Musician (Original)
Vicetone vs Dirty South – Let It Go Lowdown (dBerrie Edit)
Uberjak?d ft Sarah Bodle – The Moment (Original Mix)
Sander Van Doorn – Right Here Right Now (Ummet Ozcan Vocal Mix)
Ferry Corsten ft Jes – In Your Eyes (Dirty Chips Club Mix)

(Picture of Sander Van Doorn taken at ADE 2013.)

Notable Dance Podcast #049

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: Marco V – “Hypergenic Supersonic Futuristic Monophonic”

Dutch eletro/tech-trance dj/producer Marco V follows up his recent “Scream” and “Walhalla” with “Hypergenic Supersonic Futuristic Monophonic”, a true mashup of styles. Elements of classic techno and tribal merge with modern electro, glitch and the obligatory progressive breakdown for quite a memorable track. The retro feel of the robot-voiced lyrics is further reflected in the accompanying video, a space-themed video game harkening back to the side-scrolling platform console shoot-em-ups of the 80s/90s. As a cool bonus, you can actually play the game by going to his Facebook page, and the song plays as the soundtrack. Considering all the times EDM producers have created soundtracks for video games, creating a game for your track seems like the logical next step. Playing the game with the song on endless loop gets it ingrained in your head so much it become beyond addicting. Next thing you know, you are buying the track on Beatport.
Mission accomplished.

Image Courtesy of In Charge Recordings.