Seamless Recordings are happy to bring you a new release by the Grammy nominated, L.A. based producer Andy Caldwell who teams up with Canadian Adam Johan (Night Vision collective) for a killer track entitled "Deep In My Heart". Originally signed over a year ago, it was immediately licensed to Toolroom Records for its Ibiza Compilation. After waiting for its initial release to pass, Seamless have brought in some heavyweight new remixes and are giving it a proper full release. The track features a razor sharp bassline powering a slinky yet adrenalised groove to really elevate the audience to the next stage in the evening. Those epic diva vocals are the icing on the cake, we must say. It gets served with some great remixes on the side: for our money we'd bet on Merseyside duo Truth Be Told's tribal tech house rendition (which will take you back to the days of Junior Vasquez's sounds at the turn on the millennium at Twilo NYC) while Manchester's Malachi gives up a sexy electro house remix that has the same infectious energy of the original.
Spain's David Grahna has released previously on Steyoyoke and Einmusika and presents three fashionable and dark journey tracks that will easily fit in with the current musical landscape. First there's "Small Rooms" with spangling melodies, haunting strings and vocals and a sick bassline to boot. "Flesh Pleasures" gets a bit more minimal, with haunting atmospherics and another monster bassline and one of those wonky melodies that Stephan Bodzin and Mind Against would stand up and notice. Finally "Second Rising" gets a bit more optimistic and uplifting with its sonar bleep and rising pad sound that unleashes a killer Manuel Gottsching style melody, perfect to play at 6AM.