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Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 17

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.

Track Listing

  • Guy Gerber, Puff Daddy – Tourist Trap (Jamie Jones ‘For Ryan’ Remix)
  • Huxley – I Want You (Club Rub)
  • Dusky – Yoohoo (Original Mix)
  • Umek, Mike Vale – All I Want (Dosem Remix)
  • Lambda – Hold On Tight (Wehbba Remix)
  • Argy & Mama – Recluse (Hot Since 82 Remix)
  • Alcatraz – Giv Me Luv (Nicole Moudaber Remix)
  • Rockwell & Cordbo – Speechless (Manna-Croup Remix)
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Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 15

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.

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  1. Goyte – Somebody I Used To Know (MK Remix)
  2. Duke Dumon, Jax Jones – I Got You (MK Remix)
  3. Calippo – Need A Friend (Original Mix)
  4. Chris Malinchak – So Good To Me (MK Remix)
  5. Joey Negro, Akabu, Alex Mills – Everybody Wants Something Feat. Alex Mills (Akabu Warehouse Mix)
  6. Aki Bergen – Boiled Egg (Original Mix)
  7. Adrea Raffa – Bring It Down (Manuel De La Mare Edit)
  8. A.D.S.R. – Get The Funk (Sam Skilz Remix)
  9. Jaz – No Guestlist (Original Mix)
  10. Cosmic Belt – Do It (Original Mix)
  11. London Grammar – Hey Now (Sasha Remix)
  12. Mickey – Sweet Baby (Original Mix)
  13. Moby – Almost Home feat. Damien Jurado (Sebasiten Remix)
  14. Coldplay – Midnight (Phones 4AM Remix)
  15. Kaltehand, Natasha Waters – Left (Manuel Moreno Mix)
  16. Nora En Pure – You Are My Pride (Croatia Squad Remix)
  17. Steve Huerta – Smoky (Original Mix)
  18. Marlon Hoffstadt, Dansson – Shake That (Blonde Remix)
  19. Analog People In A Digital World – Dazzled Feat. Nina Miranda (The Cube Guys Remix)
  20. Dubtribe Sound System – Do It Now (Extended Version)
  21. Christos Kessidis – No Te Vas Feat. Angela Jones (Original Mix)
  22. Marclo Nassi – Deeper Message (Original Mix)
  23. Martin VEnetjoki – Really Don’t Step Feat. Derek Conyer (Lawnchair Generals Remix)
  24. Melon – Nitzi (in my mind, so fine) (Original Mix)
  25. Mr. Probz – Waves (Robin Schulz Remix)
  26. Al Faris, Chris Roxx – Do You Love Me (De-Tox Remix)
  27. Kings Of Tomorrow – Finally (Dance Ritual Mix)
  28. Mange Le Funk – I Still Want You
  29. Pete Heller – Big Love (Original Mix)
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Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 14

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.

Track Listing

  • Terri Walker, S.Chu – Closure feat. Terri Walker (Original Mix)
  • MK, Wankelmut, Emma Louise – My Head Is A Jungle (MK Remix)
  • Pleasurekraft, Josh Butler, Bontan – Got A Feeling (Bontan Remix, Pleasurekraft Edit)
  • Dusky – Careless (Original mix)
  • Jazzanova, Ben Westbeech, Konstantin Sibold – I Can See (Konstantin Sibold Remix)
  • Detroit Swindle – Unfinished Business (Original Mix)
  • Romanthony – Trust (Motor City Drum Ensemble Deep Mix)
  • Cropper – Forever (Original Mix)
  • Olivier Giacomotto, J Diesel – Outside-In-A-Box-Olivier-Giacomotto-Remix
  • Inner City – Big Fun (Full Intention 88 Remix)
  • MR TAFFA, I.L.M – Everybody Hold On
  • Andrea Oliva & Dj Le Roi – Passion (Original Mix)
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Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 12

Netmix founder, DJ Tony Z, in the mix with the latest in underground, above-ground and simply all-over-the ground DJ mix featuring tracks from Calvin Harris, Jooris Voorn, Scumfrog and more, as well as remixes by Calvin, Jooris and the super-talented Maya Jane Coles.

Track Listing:

  1. I Don’t Know (Butch V2 Remix) – Chelonious R Jones
  2. The Hacidenda Must Be Re:) Built (Kristoph’s Dark Room Dub) – Sound 5
  3. Somebody Tell Me Why (Original Mix) – Dj Lion, Pavel Petrov
  4. Spectrum (Say My Name) (Calvin Harris Extended Mix) – Florence & The Machine
  5. Goodbye Fly (Original Mix) – Jooris Voorn
  6. I Believe In Love Feat. Jimmy Somerville – (Joris Voorn Vocal Mix) – Jimmy Somerville & Arthur Baker
  7. If This Ain’t Love Feat. Skin (Joe T Vannelli Remix) – Erick Morillo & Eddie Thonieck
  8. Sweet Nothing (Extended Mix) – Calvin Harris Ft. Florence Welch
  9. If I Ever Lose My Faith Feat. Sting – Sting, The Scumfrog
  10. In The Street (Original Mix) – Dawork
  11. Rule The World (Maya Jane Coles Remix) – Rashid Ajami

 

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ROCKERFELLA (FEAT. STELLA ATTAR)

ROCKERFELLA (FEAT. STELLA ATTAR)We’re listening to this Rob Roar’s 3AM tech-house remix of Rockerfella feat. Stella Attar (Phonetic Recordings, Catalog #:PH73R). Not a huge track, but something cool to run in your DJ sets as you head into peak our or come out of an energetic set.

Get it here on Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/rockerfella-feat-stella-attar/1362395

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Kyau & Albert – Down (Sebastien Radio Edit)

I’ve been following Sebastien, a producer who hails from Hamburg, Germany, for a few months now. He’s got a deep house and tech house sound blended with emo and pop stylings. On this mix, he tones down the anthemic festival sound of Kyau & Albert to give DJs a more accessible mix for radio and the clubs. If you’re not following Sebastien, well, you should! He’s sort of like Germany’s version of MK. In fact, I play their tracks back to back in my mix sets and out in the clubs.

Francesco Rossi ft.Ozark Henry – Godspeed You (David Morales Remix)

An incredible and beautiful treatment from DJ David Morales who on Fracesco Rossi ft. Ozark Henry’s “Godspeed You” (Energy Production Records) is expanding his sound beyond what we’re used to getting from this house music legend. It’s a warm summer record that we’re sure will be well received at end of the season parties in Ibiza. You’ll surely hear this record at sunrise on a beach somewhere.

While the drums are Latin house flavored, the overall vibe of this remix is deep house and tech house with progressive house elements. Very unique mix from David and certainly one to listen for one dance floors around the globe. Leave a comment and let us know what you think of this record.

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Two great remixes by the renowned, MK!

Mark Kinchen, known around the world simply as MK, has been producing dance music since the early ’90s. MK is responsible for three incredible house music classics, including “For You” under the pseudonym 4th Measure Men, “Love Changes as MK featuring Alana,” and the legendary record by Nightcrawlers called, “Push The Feeling On.”

I first learned about MK when I heard this record, “Somebody New” (which I still have on vinyl!) on KMS Records in 1989. KMS was Kevin Saunderson’s label out of Detroit. One could argue that while we attribute tech-house to German producers like Terry Lee Brown Jr, MK was really one of the early pioneers of tech house – the blending of techno and house. And, it’s clearly apparent on this record as well as the “For You” release.

According to his Wikipedia entry, his discography stops short in the late ’90s and doesn’t pick back up again until 2009. But in an interview with PublicSF, MK mentions doing two or three remixes a month after the Nightcrawlers record. A quick check over on Discogs and you can see that MK has credits on 435 remixes at the time of this writing. That’s pretty incredible, as I personally had no idea he had done that much work. I guess someone has to get started correcting the Wikipedia entry! It’s a huge body of work and maybe it’s time to go back and revisit many of these mixes. Well, that’s when I have some time, because that’s a lot of stuff to wade through.

Since we’re not going backwards but forwards, here are two recent MK mixes that I really loved. The first is a remix of Duke Dumont’s hit, “I Got You,” which is also available on Beatport as a download.

http://soundcloud.com/mixmag-1/premiere-duke-dumont-i-gotyou

This one, Wankelmut feat. Emma Louis, “My Head Is a Jungle,” was one of the top tracks on Beatport’s Deep House and Tech House charts. MK took a crack at this one and the results are here on Netmix. We love this mix and we hope you do too!

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Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast Episode 11

Gotta have house? Then you gotta check out the latest Netmix Global House Sessions Podcast (Episode 11) mixed by Netmix founder and pioneering Internet music innovator, DJ Tony Z.

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Deadmau5 video, “The Veldt” featuring Chris James

Sure, we’re a little late to the game. I think every music blog in the world has now posted this video well before Netmix. We don’t really care much about being first. We just want to blog about stuff we see come across our plate from time to time and let everyone else keep up with the Joneses.

That being said, we’re digging the new Deadmau5 track, “The Veldt,” which brings one of the most popular and incessantly touring EDM producer/DJs back to earth, really. Truth be told, we’d kind of given up on Deadmau5. While the mainstream raved about him and everyone and their mother started booking him for their summer tours, we were left scratching our heads.

Over the past year, every time we checked for a Deadmau5 track on Beatport, we simply felt he was going out into left-field somewhere, producing extravagant journeys of noise. To us, it sounded more like he was trying too hard to break new sonic ground, instead of being accessible. Maybe a little too avant-garde for our tastes, which is fine, but we just weren’t into it. In fact, we’re really not sure when we last checked for a Deadmau5 track. If it wasn’t for Alexandra Greenberg of MSO PR sending us the press release this week, we would have been none the wiser!

Well, we’re now happy to report Deadmau5 has tempered his far-out leanings with this new track; certainly an exercise in restraint and something we can get behind. The track features vocals by Chris James, a songwriter who responded to Deadmau5 aka Joel Zimmerman’s posting of a 3-minute version of the track on YouTube, which was created to honor of the late, Ray Bradbury, a writer who in the 50’s who wrote a story warning about the dangers of new technology. To effectively write lyrics that matched the original theme of the Bradbury’s work, James read the story, then submitted lyrics to Zimmerman, who in turn asked James to perform the lyrics on the track.

We’re really digging the animation as well. It’s great to see innovative ideas in EDM videos. Good stuff, for sure!

Here’s a few Tweets, which gets you the Rdio widget and a listen on RollingStone.com of the full EP.

http://twitter.com/Rdio/status/217467239442554881

Or, you can download the EP from Amazon.