Bruno Martini has been called the next superstar to emerge out of Brazil fostering international status. However, if you examine the history of the São Paulo-born musician, DJ, producer and actor, then global stardom would seen inevitable.
The son of musician Gino Martini of Double You fame, he exploded on the scene as a teenager signed to Disney Records as a member of the group College 11 with band mate Mayra Arduini. Releasing their self-titled debut LP in 2012 and 2015’s ‘Que Talento!’, The group would go on to tour with the likes of Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato, earning Platinum status with sells and chart placement.
Already a fixture in the London club Phonox, producer HAAi has released her debut EP titled ‘DaDaDa’. The title track, influenced by the sounds of India, is a lively house cut seasoned with a bit of tech. It features running vocal samples and festive percussion bumps that is truly a worldly affair.
With Kerri Chandler’s Madtech label continuing to release some of the hottest house music in the scene, the next offering from the imprint comes from French producers Clyde P and Tim Baresko titled the ‘True’ EP. Comprised of two cuts, the EP is vibrant and upbeat packaging of house sprinkled with a Chicago influence, specifically the sound of jack, whilst also incorporating elements of tech. Definitely heat for the dance floor, you can stream ‘True’ down below.
Having made his rounds in the house scene releasing music on respected labels such as MadTech, Cajual and more, as well as his Origins imprint, Josh Butler has fired off an explosive round of 4×4 with his new EP ‘Strategem’. Out on Rejected, the three-song record is a well-crafted array of deep, nightly grooves with a notch of tech stirred in the mix. The EP follows Butler’s ‘Heroes Of House’ series, which included collaborations with house music pillars Todd Terry, Marshall Jefferson and Robert Owens, as well as Sante, Darius Syrossian and Bontan. You can stream the ‘Strategem’ EP below.
Producer Dale Howard reconnects with Audiojack’s Gruuv imprint with his latest EP ‘Music Out’. Comprised of three tracks, the release packs a punch with Howard delivering high-spirited 4×4 designed to penetrate the dance floor. Shaking things up with a mixture of driving house infused with funk and disco, Dale Howard also shifts into spacey tech rhythms for more of a moody ride.
Switzerland’s Andrea Oliva has released his new ‘Vermona’ EP via the Cuttin’ Headz imprint. Gunning full bast with a heavy dose of thumping 4×4 grooves built around sharp synths and deep, weighty low end, the single also includes an acid twisted remix by Steve Rachmad as well as a stealth rework by Sterac. ‘Vermona’ is available for purchase, but you can preview the EP down at the bottom.
Whilst the name Made In Paris would lead one to believe that this is a French producer shaking things up in techno, it is actually the moniker of Sydney-based Paris Forscutt. The emerging star has been dropping some amazing records including ‘Your Body’ and her ‘Dancing In Dark’ EP. Forscutt now makes a return with her forthcoming EP titled ‘You’re Wrong’, out August 26th. Comprised of two tracks, the record is a dark and intense dealing of nocturnal techno lead by the charge of the title cut, uncompromising and deep. The b-side ‘Mystic Path’ follows suit, with a rumbling bass line, echoing synths and sparkling effects, making for arsenal on the dance floor. ‘You’re Wrong’ will get released via Forscutt’s label Upon Access.
A while back Jonas Rathsman brought forth a taste of his incredible single ‘Complex’ featuring singer Josef Salvat. Just when you thought the track couldn’t get any better, the blues themed tech cut now gets a makeover by New York producer Serge Devant. Fostering a deep house/deep tech sound, perfectly complimenting the vocals of Salvat, the ‘Complex’ single pack will get released June 10th on Crosstown Rebels. Have a listen. Read more […]
T.Williams has been drastically quiet on the production front. Judging from past situations where the London producer hasn’t released material for a little while, this usually means that he’s reinventing his sound. This would be the exact case in terms of his latest remix of Solomon Grey’s tune ‘Sweet 84’. Whilst still laying down a house bedding, Williams journeys deeper into a tech-based sound, all the while including melodic breakdowns weaved around husky bass lines and pulsing synths. The Read more […]
London producer Max Chapman has released his debut LP ‘Catch Me If You Can’ on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech Records. Exploration various strands of electroncia, Chapman cleverly striders across sounds instilled with dark tech, deep house, bass and more. Fearless and daring, the ten song album is a balance between hefty, in-your-face grooves that is dance floor friendly and cutting edge in the same breath. You can preview ‘Catch Me If You Can’ below.