Review: Will Holland's Enhanced empire is making the most out of their 100th release celebrations, last week they dropped the awesome compilation and this week we are treated to the first EP of remixes. The stellar talent is as prominent as ever with four killer cuts all worthy of front of wallet status. Daniel Kandi injects his 'bangin' uplifting magic to Will's own 'Timeless', while Suncatcher takes command of Estiva 'I Feel Fine'. With Sequnetia, and Fyrsta also at hand, its a bumper selection of which you need to be bagging everyone to stay ahead of the game.
Review: Anyone that went out to Amsterdam for the annual ADE industry mash up will no doubt have been bombarded with some seriously fresh tunage.. And even if you didn't make it our friends at enhanced have pulled together an ultra special collection of killers from the Dam.. Including: The Madison, D-Mad, Matt Lange, Mike Danis, and countless others. Over 30 tracks starting at just L8.99 it will keep your sets fresh for months to come.
Review: We have been seriously digging last few releases from our Dutch friends at Flamingo, and they impress yet again on this latest EP from an exciting new talent in Scintilla. Blurring the line between tech house and progressive, 'One Step' is a rocking 7 minutes of percussive intricacy that will get any floor warmed up and shaking whatever time of night. On the flip 'Charging' goes down a deeper route with lots of quirky twists and a relentless energy you wont be able to stand still to. A pair of wicked jacking tracks to get the party started.
Review: It just wouldn't be right to start the weekend without a impeccable release from the shimmering red sleeve of Enhanced Recordings, and luckily for us all here we hit Part4 of their 100th milestone remix series. This is quite possibly the best yet, kicking off with the simply amazing Daniel Kandi & Phillip Alpha remix of Temple One's 'World Beyond', and continuing with fellow label regular Juventa tackling 'Les Fleurs' from Estiva. Stonevalley wrap things up with a fresh take on 'Lost' making it an unmissable hat-trick of peaktime uplifting gems.