Top Five Tracks You Need To Hear
Here's the weekly scoop from InternetDJ member Twelve652.
Five tracks you need to know about right this very second. Second week in a
row for Eric Prydz.
by Todd Simmons
on Wed Sep 29, 2004
'Kings of Tomorrow - Another Day'
'Kings of Tomorrow have come along way since their most famous tune 'Finally'
was released in 2001. This really is deep house at its best, the female vocal
is so soothing you could mistake this for a chill-out tune. I love it. '
HTFR: Kings of Tomorrow -
'Sucker Dj's - Lotta Lovin' (paradise soul mix)'
'Sucker Dj's are known for their simple style of house, usually a vocal hook
repeated throughout the song with a very simple bassline, this remix though
complicates everything. The killer melody sets a fantastic atmosphere out on
the floor, its a great tune. Heres hoping for more of the same from paradise
HTFR: Sucker Dj's - Lotta Lovin'
(paradise soul mix)
'Eric Prydz - Human Behaviour'
'Eric Prydz is back to his old monster bouncy electronic basslines, this track
doesnt dissapoint his most loyal following, an excellent house track with a
synth hook to die for!'
HTFR: Eric Prydz - Human
'Marino Berardi - Clear The Skies'
'When this gets played out the dancefloor goes to another dimension, this really
is trippy stuff especially with the right lighting. It's got a crazy groove that
only the slickest dancers can keep up to. Its one of those tracks that takes you
all the way out of the club with the break down, then without you noticing it
brings you smack back on the dancefloor to an awesome bass punch. I recommend
this tune to anyone that wants to lose themselves for 10 minutes.'
HTFR: Marino Berardi - Clear The
'Fat Phaze - Mateo'
'I just started playing this one again, released last year on the french label,
Missdemeanour Music, it's excellent for that end of night tune, brings the
crowd right down to a nice stop and still leaves them wanting more, an
excellent tune and a rare gem in my box.'
HTFR: Fat Phaze - Mateo