Archive for March, 2011
Selecting the very finest and freshest upfront tracks including our ‘Most Rated’ track of the week, paying homage the genre with the ‘For The Love of House’ and showcasing the finest DJ talent on the scene with an exclusive hour mix each week, it’s 2 hours of quality beats direct to your dial.With more than 40 countries tuning in across the world on the FM airwaves and countless more catching the show digitally and online, Defected’s In The House Radio Show is the go to destination for all things House.
Hosted by the internationally renowned Aaron Ross, there is no better place on the airwaves to get your weekly House mix. Join the House revolution right here…
Source: Defected Radio
A 50 minute excerpt from his 2 hour DJ set recorded live in Perugia, Italy on 2/3/2011. Read more
The Winter Music Conference in Miami is without question still THE place where records are tried, tested, hyped and broken. The records that are spun at the plethora of pool parties, nightly WMC events and 12 hour DJ sets go on to become the anthems of the Summer. Here Defected presents Most Rated Miami 2011; a collection of the 25 biggest records to be spun at this year’s conference and will be the tunes you will be whooping and hollering to throughout June, July and August.
Source: Defected Records
Ever heard of Fare Soldi? If you haven’t, you betta’ recognize! Super-fuel, funk-injected massiveness is the story today. This is a phenominal remix of Justin Faust’s production ‘Sloppy Chic’, bringing forth a dirty, funky house monster full of dance floor goodies. Sounding more like a live band approach with an overlay of digital production techniques, the layout is efficient, perfect for the A.D.D. audiences who want more, more, more from their night life music composers. Read more
This week we talked to a bunch of people about how vinyl has managed to survive, despite the fact that, technologically speaking, the format is something of an antique. One key group that helped vinyl stay alive once the public began to abandon it in favor of the CD was DJs who would spin vinyl in clubs and on the radio. But in the last decade, while younger audiences — especially indie rock fans — have started buying new music on vinyl, those DJs have largely traded in their crates of records for digital files they play through vinyl emulation software like Scratch Live, made by the New Zealand-based company Serato.
Now it looks as though the Ed Banger duo are ready to return to the spotlight, with the first details of their 2011 comeback revealed online.
As reported by The Daily Swarm, frequent design collaborators Surface To Air unveiled the above image over the weekend, which is apparently the cover art to the new Justice single called Civilization. The internet is already in a tizz about the teaser image and its accompanying video though no other information is available including release dates, remixes, etc.