Thursday, April 21, 2011

Return of the Real

After a long and inexcusable absence due to computer troubles, I, Sir Real, have returned. I missed you, my dearest friends, very much and promise never to leave you again. Now, I bring you house music.

With three years in the public eye, Lone has proven himself a producer capable of excellence with any number of styles. Now, in 2011, we find Lone showing yet another side, and I suspect this one's here to stay. His entire EP, released April 11, is perfect. You buy it now. This track demonstrates his unique style beautifully, a spacey sound which pays homage to the tradition of Chicago house. Welcome to the future of house.
Lone - Rapid Racer (Original Mix)

A regular-lookin' dude from Bristol, Julio Bashmore separated himself from the bustling bass scene with his cultivated, and decidedly techy take on house music. This track straight blows my fuckin' mind, that's the only way to put it. At first glance, you think the song is just about fully developed by the 2-minute mark, and then you sense the real song stirring from the depths around 3:12, taking the track to an unprecedented level of bangin'. Once again, the future of house.
Julio Bashmore - Battle For Middle You (Original Mix)

Continuing with the trend of happy house are the Bingo Players. Surprising, right? The Bingo Boys have traded in their thumping, progressive-dutch sound we know and love for a summery, french house inspired feel that they pull off without breaking a sweat.
Bingo Players - Cry (Just A Little) (Original Mix)

Avicii is at it once again on this remix and he's showing no signs of stopping. If you haven't been keeping up with him since our interview, you might wanna head over to beatport and buy all of the outrageous tracks he's released since then.
Armin Van Buuren - Drowning ft. Laura V (Avicii Remix)



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