Friday, June 22, 2012

KZA is back

FRESH DISCO MIX FROM JAPANESE DJ/DIGGER/PRODUCER EXTRAORDINAIRE KZA of Force Of Nature/Mule Music fame. Heads in the know will tell you that whenever KZA drops a mix, he does it up PROPER - schooling you on whatever theme or genre he focuses on with finesse and style (if you're lucky enough to have his disco breaks mix from a few years ago you already know what's up). For this inaugural mix on God Service, a new label affiliated with a ll the right people (COMBI, Golf Channel, Rub N Tug, to name a few), KZA takes you to church with an impeccable mix of disco cuts inspired by the golden age of disco and beyond. You'll find plenty of Cerrone and Gino Soccio, right up next to Garage classics from Tamiko Jones and Debbie Jacobs, and even some newer Balearic dub numbers from Prince Thomas thrown in for good measure. The whole thing is mixed to perfection and will have you dancing right out your seat. Limited pressing, so don't miss it!


Sunday, June 17, 2012

mixed feeling....

Kraak & Smaak present Mixed Feelings - a
collection of brand new tracks, remixed
highlights from their Electric Hustle album
and the cream of the remixes and
collaborations they have worked on, including

The dutch boys have been on a continuous
upward curve since they first broke out of
Leiden with their debut album Boogie Angst and
have never looked back since, playing massive
shows at the cream of the worlds festivals
from Glastonbury to Detroit Movement and
DJ ing at the world s best clubs.

In 2011 they released their third studio album
Electric Hustle and the effects of that
release are still rippling right now. Dynamite
from that album was a # 1 radio record in the
US, Let s Go Back was in Mixmag and DJ Mag s
singles of the year and is still holding its
position in the Beatport deep house chart 6
months after its release. New single Built For
Love is grabbing attention in all the right
places and their collaboration with fellow
Dutchman sander Kleinenberg has been a massive
club record.

Mixed Feelings includes the killer remixes
from Electric Hustle by Solomun, Lovebirds and
Psychemagik as well as an album exclusive
remix by Max Sedgley of the K&S track Forget
About You featuring the legendary soul man Lee
Fields on vocals.