Utrecht’s first track APC has been getting a lot of love on the net recently…
Click inside to hear the choicest cuts of House in our musical library. Tracks from Crazy P, Area Negrot, Prince Club, Utrecht, James Welsh, Monitor 66, Matthias Meyer, Robosonic and Julio Bashmore.
Irish DJ and producer Frank Sweeney (a.k.a Frank B or Frankie Bingo) is a bit of an unknown entity to us, but he’s come up with one hell of a House track for these depressingly dreary summer months.
Given how accomplished this track is, it’s hard to believe that Nu-Jazz/Broken Beat producer Christoffer Berg made it back in 2004 when he was just 21.
Hailing from the Basque Country in Northern Spain, 25-year-old House producer El_Txef_A probably hasn’t hit your radar just yet. His debut album, Slow Dancing In A Burning Room, was released this March on his own imprint Fiakun – a mecca for contemporary House music. Not being much of a dance music fan himself, El_Txef_A has drawn inspiration from a wide host of different musicians; citing A$AP Rocky and John Mayer as significant influences upon his sound (the title of his debut album is a reference to a song by John Mayer of the same name). As a classically trained musician, his creative approach to music-making revolves around intricate chord progressions and beautifully dark vocal melodies (sung by himself). Think James Blake, pitched-down and post-House. Also check out his edit of Bon Iver’s Calgary right here, it’s a free download as well!
Released on January 1st 2012, Patrick Loggins a.k.a. Time Wharp has wasted no time in unleashing pure unadulterated sonic joy to the world in the form of track yrLyf.
If you’re a fan of The O.C., House, Prison Break, Ugly Better, Grey’s Anatomy, Scrubs or Dawson’s Creek, the chances are you’ve heard Alexi Murdoch. A host of songs from his debut LP Time Without Consequences were featured on all these shows, making it one of the most licensed albums of the decade…