DJ Sotofett Feat Madteo Theres Gotta Be A Way

He mixes together very masterfully deep house with elements of funk and disco. DJ Sotofett Feat Madteo Theres Gotta Be A Way ONLY with proper bass reproduction, in your studio, hi-fi system, good headphones, or just come to a club or festival where I am playing, as I am obsessively playing this 15 min loopy, self-referential and univariate piece of art since a while in my sets. He rode a psychedelic new wave take on the new beat genre—before most even cared to remember what both were. NYC styled deep garage feeling tracks just get me going. Hypnotic, minimal and very well made dub techno cut.

But eventually, they decided to extend their activities into music. They founded the Sex Tags label for their own sounds, and for the music of friends and artists they admired from their own country or that they met while traveling. An ever-growing and fiercely independent network came into being around the brothers that, almost 15 years later, is so complex and diverse that many find it difficult to decipher. But for the brothers, it all makes perfect sense.

The other talents that populate the Sex Tags universe are too many to list, but we included some that pop up more frequently as well. Take a dive into their unique universe below. Sotofett keeps the drums buried in the mix, the same infinite loop rolling and rolling while the monologue continues.

The flip sees Sotofett showcase his production wares on the "Vision of Love Club" mix. You can always trust that red brick wall! Originally released in This funky disco track is a timeless dance floor classic.

The production is very minimal with rough sampling, but it's all done in a way which makes the track stand out, and giving it a unique lo-fi aesthetic. It's basically the same track, but it features an additional bassline and new vocals. Both are great tracks! Sometimes I stumble oddly on some popular EDM music videos, and I can barely watch those for a few seconds. I find the music to be extremly loud, dumb, obnoxious But when I say to people who have no clue, that I'm into 'electronic dance music - you know, the underground stuff' A Pal Joey joint.

Can't believe it's from House music in that year was still very clunky sounding, rough stuff with acid and Chicago influences. But here we have a nice example of the new garage house sound emerging from New York city. In the early 90s, disco house tracks like this were called 'neodisco'.

Far from the nu-disco sound they have now. Very lovely house track, with a superb use of Imagination 'Burnin Up'. I think I found my favourite Giegling track yet! I find the label and all its doings very fascinating.

For example, you can only get this record from Giegling parties, not in a record store or online order. Superbly crafted deep house music. Riho Ints, alias Ricky Inch, is one of the best examples from the Estonian contemporary soulful dance music scene, and his long awaited solo debut album 'Galaxy 77' is the proof of it.

This record brings together all the different shades of house music — deep, funky, disco, tech, underground. His music has found a permanent home in many European cities, with regular visits to renown clubs such as De School, Corsia Studios and Berghain, as well as invitations to tour the USA, Japan and Australia.

He is also a mainstay on the festival circuit, playing at Club2Club, ADE and, coming up in just a few days, Glastonbury! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Tracks Selectors Takeovers About. Published: June 15, , words by Oli Katz.

Will Lynch went to Queens to catch him in his natural habitat. The capacity Shibuya spot launched this week, with Madteo and Gonno set to play in the coming weeks. Deep cosmic vibes in this mid 90s techno track from the cult U-Trax label.

The 'U' in U-Trax stands for Utrecht, Netherlands - since most of the talent on the label was based there or near. What I like the most in this track is the lovely synthesized saxophone melodies.

This one goes out to all my minimum wage bros all over the world who struggle to buy last minute Christmas presents for their loved ones. An early Terrence Parker production - quality Detroit house. No one can match the mad house beats of Todd Terry. He really mastered the E-mu SP sampler and used it heavily in his early productions. This drum beats track is a perfect example of it.

Greek vocalist and musician Paleo is the closest the Sex Tag empire has come to having an in-house diva. Here, he delivers his trademark meandering voice to a dark, hypnotizing jam produced by Busen the duo comprised of Daniel Pflumm and Stefan Mitterer, who also released on Elektro Music Department, General Elektro and Atelier. He rode a psychedelic new wave take on the new beat genre—before most even cared to remember what both were.

At Sex Tags, fun and seriousness go hand in hand. A disco house gem laced with jazz-funk, originally released on the Norwegian Hi Fi Terapi imprint in Since then, a lot of people have listened to it, and well-deservedly so. This track has many twists and turns, but every single one of them boosts its bright appeal. The record is one of the most notorious in the Sex Tags catalogue since it was only possible to purchase it via a telephone number that was mentioned on a flyer.

The demand then exceeded the supply quite considerably. It would have been possible to repress it at some point, but that would also have taken a lot from the story.

A lot of Sex Tags fans possibly disagree with the latter. It still kicks just as hard today, managing to sound like the lovechild of Daft Punk and Sound Stream before they started making music. The production is very minimal with rough sampling, but it's all done in a way which makes the track stand out, and giving it a unique lo-fi aesthetic.

It's basically the same track, but it features an additional bassline and new vocals. Both are great tracks! Sometimes I stumble oddly on some popular EDM music videos, and I can barely watch those for a few seconds. I find the music to be extremly loud, dumb, obnoxious But when I say to people who have no clue, that I'm into 'electronic dance music - you know, the underground stuff' A Pal Joey joint.

Can't believe it's from House music in that year was still very clunky sounding, rough stuff with acid and Chicago influences. But here we have a nice example of the new garage house sound emerging from New York city. In the early 90s, disco house tracks like this were called 'neodisco'. Far from the nu-disco sound they have now. Very lovely house track, with a superb use of Imagination 'Burnin Up'. I think I found my favourite Giegling track yet! I find the label and all its doings very fascinating.

For example, you can only get this record from Giegling parties, not in a record store or online order. Superbly crafted deep house music. Riho Ints, alias Ricky Inch, is one of the best examples from the Estonian contemporary soulful dance music scene, and his long awaited solo debut album 'Galaxy 77' is the proof of it. This record brings together all the different shades of house music — deep, funky, disco, tech, underground. The albums tone is settled with the introduction track 'Connections' with its lively sounding bass guitar and creative electric piano keyboards by Osamu Fukuzawa.

What follows is an degree turn with the tech house sounding 'Side Effect' with its clunky drums. The albums run-through theme of space and cosmic exploration is represented in instrumental, synthesizer filled nu-disco flavored tracks like 'Galactic Ride 77', 'Space Funk', 'Potatoes On Mars' and 'Lone Jet'.

There's plenty of dancefloor filling material with tracks like 'Dolce Vita Duty' which has that strobe lights flashing dark room sound. Vocal rich 'The Way I Do' and 'Really Want To Know' are radio friendly songs with a pop-house touch, but not in a tired and predictable way like so much of new dance music. You can hum the melodic 'Sentimental Man' even days after listening.

The album finishes with the downtempo lounge feeling track 'The Message'. All of this is the artists introduction to his own musical galaxy, where there are no exact boundaries between genres. If its got a good vibe, then everything goes. The album features a roster of talented guest musicians and singers, all masterfully orchestrated together and produced in the studio by Ricky Inch.

The result is personal, real and sincere. Tom Smeyers seems like a humble guy. A Belgian DJ and producer of classic 90s sounding house music, influenced by garage, deep, disco and funky grooves. He's done just one digital release on Guesthouse Music, and a vinyl only release on Sneakerfreaks. Quality before quantity, that's admirable. Oh boy, this track is just banging. While it seems using distortion on drums and overall sound is a latest thing in the lo-fi dance music scene, DJs and producers experimented with a phat, crushed, distorted saturation effect on the sound early on in the beginning of house and techno roots.

So one day, Matthieu Faubourg just decided when waking up, that he is going to write and produce the best composition in his entire discography, a track which will haunt him and he'll probably never even going to top this. None of his other tracks come near this.

His magnus opus. Amazing deep house track, so much feels in this one. What a tune. I saw that movie as a kid, but I can't remember this track. Amazing garage vibes with some hip-hoppish undertones. I think the description 'stomping party house' perfectly fits the title!

I talked about the track to my girlfriend, telling her that this track still haunts me sometimes, and it's a shame it never got released. And then I thought, hell, why not try to re-create the track or something - certainly my productions skills have improved over the years and I could do it. And so I began working around the 'My Humps' acapella, chopping it up and thinking a way how to make it work in a house track.

It took me a couple tries to get it right, and indeed, I got 'something'. I think it's a good groove, and may even get your butt jiggly. Check it out ;. John Tareugram is a new and upcoming house producer from France. He mixes together very masterfully deep house with elements of funk and disco. Definitely a name to watch out for! Surely one of Pal Joey's finest productions ever! The track just builds and builds and has so many beautiful sounds layered on top of each one - very superbly mixed together.

This is a a tune that once heard is not forgotten. I think it easily ranks as one of the best deep house tracks ever put together.

This track is in my opinion very underrated, and is not being mentioned alongside other notable garage house tracks from that period. The production on this one is very raw and minimal. A boompty style clunking beat loop with a very basic bassline, together with some deep pads and vocal snippets.