Celebrating ten years of revitalising house music, Cherry Drop Records gear up to release their freshly compiled Decade collection – offering 30 of the best house tracks from their label’s history.
Progressing from simple, funk-led beginnings, through a nostalgic arena of classic dance and house vibes, Antoine Carco keeps things organic & engaging throughout his post one-hour mixes this season.
The call of the underground is a voice that grows louder with each new week confined or separated from the energy & freedom of the scene. Here we get the next best thing, straight through your home set-up.
“Ultimately, live events will trump VR events because we have real human interaction, and there’s no comparison to getting rowdy with your best friends at a festival or nightclub, but Jesus, what is going to happen??!”
It’s a pleasure to listen to a project that so professionally captures the essence of timeless dance music yet also manages to effectively put its own stamp of creativity and freshness on things.
Fresh from the EP V, Kumbaya Party is a chaotic and colourful injection of energy, featuring fast fingers and retro electronic sound-play as it progresses through a plethora of different sections and moments.
Working its way up from ambient, hypnotic beginnings, through vibrant and energizing tracks, each one flowing on beautifully from the last, July’s Footwork is an inspiring collection of instrumentals that light up the room with ease.
Creative producer and DJ Stan Sitwell drives with a unique fusion of retro tones and contemporary rhythms throughout his notably artistic and impressively vast collection of originals.
“The adrenaline that rushes through your body when the crowd reacts to you is something special. There’s nothing like controlling the emotions of thousands of people at the same time.”
Featuring stunning vocals and emotional honesty from Maria Dobrinescu, producer and DJ FYNIX has crafted a brilliantly immersive remix of the single Why Would I?
Brilliant, a personal favourite and a whole new streak of talent, intention and unstoppable creativity from producer and DJ Tommy Hart. Versatility is key, and this project has it mastered.
I’m not entirely sure whether the lyric was a nod to Billy Taylor’s I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free. I really hope it was, I love the cross-pollination of genre present, and this reference would be the icing on the cake. The whole thing is undoubtedly a grower.