Review: Waze & Odyssey's label is back with a new series named Street Traxx and the first edition features Rafa Alcantara aka DJ Killer: a legend of Spain's Andalusian scene who serves up the moody tech-house journey of "Sunny Day", British rising star My Cat Snoop (Hottrax, MOOD, Dirtybird, Toolroom) gets on a classic house sound that's kicking out the jams on the sleek "Ghost" and James Organ (Saved/Nervous/Decay) delivers the uplifting rush of "Gospel909" complete with roaring diva vocals. W&O Street Tracks are fast becoming the 'go-to' house label for many heads, with the A&R savvy of the imprint most definitely hitting a chord with house music aficionados out there.
Review: Nic Fanciulli's Saved imprint is absolutely synonymous with sweaty peak-time super clubs on the island and what better way to celebrate this season than a collection of killer tracks courtesy of their artist roster. It's all sure-fire and anthemic hands in the air business, that'll have just as many ladies as there are blokes on the dancefloor. Some notable highlights being Noir's booming "Bodyback", the pre-peak time percussive funk of Sergio Fernandez' "Kuery" or Chico Secci's "Sooper Seven" and the absolute peak time banger that is "Sup" by Carl Bee that will have no doubt destroyed many a soundsystem this summer. Usual suspects such as James Organ, Okain and Julien Sandre appear also, making this release a worthy addition to any serious tech house DJs arsenal.