Asdek – Deeper Love

Disclosure have been quiet recently, but don’t worry. French dup Quentin & Thomas, who go by the name Asdek, have come up with a very deep but dancy house tune in ‘Deeper Love’. The vocal reminds us of Duke Dumont too – taken from Aretha Franklin’s track of the same name. Keep it up lads! … Continue reading

Pharrell – Frontin’ (Disclosure Re-Work)

Like a present falling from the sky, Disclosure’s re-work of ‘Frontin’ is everything you’d expect, and more. Funky bass, lush synths and strong beats make a beautiful pairing. Expect to hear this anywhere and everywhere in the next few weeks. It definitely deserves some sort of official release, though the boys are hinting a free … Continue reading

Disclosure – When A Fire Starts To Burn (Steezmonks’ Remix)

Sometimes moments happen when you hear something and immediately stop to listen. This is one of them. The opening track from Disclosure’s album Settle ‘When A Fire Starts To Burn’ is a great, great track, a real advert for the album. But Steezmonks have absolutely changed this to an incredible lazy, trippy, jazzy, loungy track. … Continue reading

Disclosure – F For You (feat. Mary J Blige)

Disclosure’s Settle album is up for a rereleased special edition at the moment. The boys have also been nominated for a BRIT award! Mary J Blige comes onto the already successful F For You fantastically, adding a bit more depth. If you like what you hear, you can vote for Disclosure (or another artist) in … Continue reading

Treasure Fingers & The Knocks – My Body (Intermodal Remix)

Treasure Fingers & The Knocks teamed up a few months ago to release “My Body” much our pleasure. Deep and funky, with a memorable vocal hook, it worked well. Intermodal have just waltzed onto the scene with their first release, going deeper and heavier with their remix. It’s a fantastic first offering from a group … Continue reading

Sam Smith – Safe With Me (Tourist Remix)

Tourist gives us a taste of his wide ranging remix capabilities yet again with this tech house interpretation of Sam Smith’s ‘Safe With Me’. Building at the start to a fantastically minimal breakdown before breaking out to a fully fledged house hit, Tourist has done it again. Expect more from the British producer. We’re listing … Continue reading