Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 19 mixed by DJ Tony Z featuring music by Alexander Sky and Facewell, Whilk & Misky, Hot Since 82, Dajae & Riva Starr, Disclosure feat. Sam Smith, Caribou, as well as Eric Kupper, Kenny Summit, and Proper.
Alexander Sky, Facewell – A Love Like This feat. Alexander Sky (Marc & Spencer Remix)
Disclosure ft. Sam Smith – Omen (Jonas Rathsman Remix)
Whilk & Misky – Clap Your Hands (Solomun Remix)
Guy J – Nirvana (Original Mix)
Jennifer Hudson, Gorgon City – Go All Night (Booka Shade Remix)
Hot Since 82 – Veins (Original Mix)
Dario D’Attis – Do It Right (Original Mix)
Dajae, Riva Starr – The Loft (Original Mix)
Ted Nilsson, Stuart Ojelay – In The Beginning (Original Mix)
ANOTR – Strobe (Original Mix)
Eric Kupper, Kenny Summit, Proper – Over Here (Deeper Mix)
Robert Clivilles f K.Davis – Set Me Free (Robert Clivilles + Eric Kupper Anthem Vocal remix)
Bob Sinclair ft Dawn Tallman – Feel The Vibe (BS and EH Remix)
MK, Milly Pye – Bring Me To Life feat. Milly Pye (Illyus & Barrientos Remix)
Demarkus Lewis – It Never Gets Old (Tribute To Pepe Mix)
Expertly curated and mixed by DJ Tony Z, the Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 17 features music from Guy Gerber & Puff Daddy, Huxley, Dusky, and hot remixes from Hot Since 82 and Nicole Moudaber.
Guy Gerber, Puff Daddy – Tourist Trap (Jamie Jones ‘For Ryan’ Remix)
Expertly curated and mixed by DJ Tony Z, the Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 16 features new music from Calvin Harris, Basement Jaxx and Duke Dumont. We’ve also go the remix of the classic, “Everybody Be Somebody” by Ruffnex and a remix of Terrence Parker “When Loves The Feeling” by Kenny Summit and Lenny RX. This mix starts off uptempo and fun and then ends up a little deeper with a sexy vibe.
Cajmere, Gene Farris – O’Darlin
Basement Jaxx – Never Say Never (Extended Mix)
Duke Dumont – Won’t Look Back
Ruffneck – Everybody Be Somebody feat. Yavahn (Lucas & Steve Remix)
Calvin Harris, Ayah Marar – Thinking About You feat. Ayah Marar (Original Mix)
Kiesza – Hideaway (Zac Samuel Remix)
Eric Prydz – Liberate (Lane 8 Remix)
Pj D’arpino, Krisy, Liz Hill – Wake Up (Gianni Bini Rootsy Mix)
Ferreck Dawn, Redondo – Love To Deep (Original Mix)
Samuele Sartini, Andy Tee, DJ Lora, Dave Hunter – LoveLight (Original Mix)
Terrence Parker – When Loves The Feeling (Kenny Summit & Lenny RX Remix)
Expertly curated and mixed by DJ Tony Z, the Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 15 clocks in at 3-hours. Featured three hot remixes by MK and new music from Moby and Coldplay, as well as classic tracks from Dubtribe SoundSystem, Pete Heller and Kings of Tomorrow. This mix is deep house with a soulful vibe but weaves in tech-house tracks throughout.
This Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 14 was mixed by DJ Tony Z for Netmix.com. In this session, you’ll find remixes from MK on Wankelmut’s “My Head Is A Jungle” and a Full Intention Remix of the Inner City classic, “Big Fun.” We also loved the Dusky track, “Careless” and the MR. TAFFA record is a reworking of “People Hold On,” the classic house track from Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield.
The number one Billboard Dance Club Song in the country this week is Disclosure feat. Gregory Porter – Holding On. In an era full of anthemic, festival style EDM tracks, this smooth, soul flavored house track has reached the top of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. This goes to show that DJs and dance music fans alike truly appreciate music that’s a little out of the mainstream.
We love this song and we’re banging it on the Asheville House Music Society radio show on 103.3-LP FM and AshevilleFM.org in Asheville, NC, mixed live by @djtonyz every Saturday night/Sunday morning from 12 midnight to 2 am.
Roger Sanchez is an American icon. There, we said it. With a career spanning two decades, Roger was at forefront of the house music revolution in the 80s and early 90s. He has outlasted many though the genre’s transformations into the multiple offshoots we know today. Through it all, his grace, passion, skill, professionalism, and of course his stellar productions, have spanned generations and brought the sound of the New York underground to dance floors around the globe. Where others have come and gone, the S-Man (an alter ego dating back to 1992) has given us both underground rhythms and chart-busting anthems.
His new single, S-Man Feat. GTO – 2 Close brings that unique mix of early 90s rhythm programming, keyboards, bass lines and warm kicks to today’s house music mix. There’s been a return to some of the classic sounds of house as of late, but given Roger’s history of developing the sounds today’s producers are copying, it’s not a stretch at all for him to put out another timeless record that will be on the USB 3.0 sticks to house music DJs around the world. He’s pursuing a deeper, darker tone and texture as S-Man, a moniker he’s bringing back that differentiates this release from his more traditional, more polished songs.
Roger is also embarking on a U.S. tour with a stop in Montreal, after a summer spent assaulting the decks in Ibiza. He’ll be mostly on the East Coast through December with a date in L.A., so catch him where you can.
The world’s hottest dance label, Ultra Records/Sony Music releases Mystique – “Brand New” on 8/22. The song is available for download on Beatport.com. This is a House track that will be sure to shake up the end of the summer parties in Ibiza. The video’s not yet available, but there’s a preview from Mystique’s YouTube channel, which we’ve got for your below.
For you twenty-somethings, the vocal sample, “You make me feel brand new,” was most likely resung by a session vocalist and that voice was put through and effects processor. The original idea comes from a classic slow jam by The Stylistics, a Philly soul group from the late 60s and early 70s.