Wednesday, January 19, 2011


I've been on somewhat of a tech/deep house binge recently, probably a natural response to all the maximal electro-house craziness I've been bombarding my ears with over the past couple of months, so I'll start things off today with some jams you'd find in the corresponding aisle of your local supermarket.

Coming off of BNR's sub-label Trax, Strip Steve and Das Glow combine to release the flawless techno bomb that is "Calcium". Simple? Yes. Destructive? Absolutely. Do yourself (and the artists) a favor and purchase the track along with the rest of the EP hurr.

It's tracks like this that got me into this tech-house phase in the first place. The second drop gets you moving like none other. Classic sweetness from one of our favorites, Bingo Players.

Now, back to that maximal stuff. M.I.A.'s "Internet Connection" was quite a disappointment..until Houratron came in and seriously shook things up. Substitute this one for your morning cup of coffee.

To say that Afrojack had a successful year in 2010 would be an understatement. He has cemented himself as a top producer in the dutch house/electro game and is now very much a household name. You all know what to expect from the man. Here's the result of a collaboration with Bobby Burns.

And because I found tonight that Angello is coming to St. Louis...



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