This week we have Piston Recordings debutant Ekai! His release with Oraa is out next week, and what better time to have him on our radioshow!
1º Guim – House Story (Original Mix)
2º Yenk – Holy House (Original Mix)
3º Soulrack – Rock Da House (Original Mix)
4º Steve Lawler – House Record (Original Mix)
5º Ekai,Oraa – Hot Like Fahrenheit 95 (Original Mix)
6º Majesty – Countdown (Original Mix)
7º Erick Morillo,Harry Romero – Devotion (Amine Edge & Dance Remix)
8º Bontan,Sonny Fodera – Always You (Shiba San Remix)
9º Dennis Ferrer – P 2 Da J (Metodi Hristov Remix)
10º Ekai – House Lover (Original Mix)
Bonetti – Don’t Stop The Rhythm EP is featured by Beatport in the Deep House genre page!
Check it HERE
The stylish sounds of Bonetti return with his new four track EP entitled Don’t Stop The Rhythm. This Spanish DJ and producer likes to add his own unique twists on Tech House and Deep House which you can find on his last release Rupture. Always a delight to have this guys sounds come into the office and hopefully much more to come.
Up first we have the aptly named Don’t Stop The Rhythm with its shuffling percussive intro that really sets the rhythm loose. Tight drum arrangements build up and are soon joined by a nice well rounded kick that adds a cool punch to the track. A short break brings in groovy keys that bring a warm glow to the sound. The keys take on various personas as a result of some nifty finger play creating a smooth head nodding groove that in turn gets the booty shakin. Top notch FX sweep through the sound alongside funky vocals which sit so well into the groove. Superb stuff you will not want to miss.
House Of The Rising Sun intros with a classic styled chunky kick and hat combi which is joined by a throbbing bass that walks through the sound effortlessly gaining momentum as it goes. Warbling keys soon join is also and deliver a real funkness to the groove with the help of cool vocals. The break whittles down to echoed claps and vocals as a brilliant chord stab fades through before slamming us right back into the main groove for the duration. Top notch solid beats here that will be a welcome addition in any deep and groovy set.
Next we have My Lonely Nights which sets off with a smooth, atmospheric house vibe as soft keys come through and transform into a sustained synth complete with filtered edges before slamming into a full deep fuelled vibe. Super tight drums and plucked basses provide the solid rhythms here and the myriad of keys make for a very interesting ride. The vocals stand out beautifully and keep with the funky tones within the groove, a stunning slice of deep house goodness here and a must have track for 2015.
Dance For Me rounds up the EP in style with its classic intro and teasing notes. A wonderfully lush bass meanders through the sound giving off a quick step feel as a tight drum arrangement sets the rhythm off. Cool keys litter the groove throughout and provide a true house experience alongside the fantastic vocals on offer. A proper upfront deep house cut that will have the floors moving no doubt.