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  • Rachel Rixham 10:25 pm on February 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Da Fresh Feat Blackfeel Wite – Angel, Remixes   

    Da Fresh Feat Blackfeel Wite – Angel (Remixes) 


    Well known track by Da Fresh feat. Blackfeel Wite – ‘Angel’ is ready to release Moonbeam Digital in a new guise. ‘Angel’ presented in two versions – Dark Dub Mix and remix by great German producer Ryan Davis.

    About
    Moonbeam Digital is the Russia-based label run by Moonbeam. The Label has two branches: Disoma Records and Moon Tribal Records. Among the Label’s artists there are some new ones as well as some renowned producers, such as Jeff Bennett, Jon Silva, Stephan Hinz, LeRon & Yves Eaux, Clubbervision and many others. The Label releases got support from many famous DJs: Flash Brothers, Hernan Cattaneo, Moshic, Hell, Mashtronic, D-Nox, Fred Numf, Deepgroove, Subsky, Rene Amesz and many others.

    Tracks
    01 Angel (Ryan Davis Construct Remix)
    02 Angel (Dark Dub Mix)

    More info:
    http://www.myspace.com/blackfeelwitemusic
    http://www.blackfeelwite.com
    http://www.da-fresh.com

    PREVIEW

     
  • Rachel Rixham 9:47 pm on January 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Lee Osborne, Mondo, Nine   

    Mondo’s 100th release is ‘Nine’ by Lee Osborne 


    Release Date: 14/02/2011
    Label: Mondo Records

    Proclaimed by dance music luminaries as one of the most exciting new producers on the scene right now, the dynamic forward thinking artist Lee Osborne took the dance music scene by storm in 2010.

    A DJ, producer and promoter for 10 years, and part of a well known infamous London collective alongside Ali Wilson, Matt Smallwood and Ben Gold, it wasn’t until his remix of ‘Automanual’ became Marco V’s most requested track in his live sets that people really started to sit up and take notice.

    After the huge success of his debut release last year with the seminal “Eight”, Lee Osborne is back with the aptly titled “Nine”.

    Lee’s ability to fuse big room melodies with groove fuelled percussion is second to none; “Nine” encapsulates this with its big hands in the air riff, rolling bass-line and imposing addictive groove.

    On the flip, the much sought after production skills of Ali Wilson spin the original mix on its head. Ali provides his distinctively recognisable mark, adding extra tantalizing elements to the groove and building upon the already huge Osborne breakdown to epic effect.

    Tracks
    1. Original Mix
    2. Ali Wilson Remix

    Links of Interest
    http://www.lee-osborne.com
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Osborne-Music/117050138325876?ref=ts
    http://www.myspace.com/leeosbornemusic
    http://twitter.com/#!/leeosborne81/

     
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