Etta's Jam

The latest offering straight outta Durban on Stereo Flava Records by none other than the label boss himself, Shane D.

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Stressed Out

‘Stressed Out’ is a slice of funky pie served up here courtesy of Buck Naked and available on Guess Who? Records

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Red Wine Sessions 29

Yes ladies and gents, boys and girls, it is that time of the month yet again; Red Wine Session time!

Scott delivers as per usual with installment number 29 so grab a glass, pour some wine, pour a short or crack open a beer and let the music take control.

01. Lifted (Pablo Fierro Remix) – Copyright featuring Andre Espeut
02. Jus Move (Jimpster Remix) – Carlos Gibbs & Mike Acetate feat. Roy Davis Jr.
03. I Feel (Samuson Lewis Remix) – Logistix presents Deon Nathan
04. My Reflection (DJ Gregory Remix) – Osunlade feat. Divine Essence
05. To Another Day (Jon Cutler Remix) – Dj Vivona feat. Miss D
06. Thing Called House (Scott Wozniak Remix) – Kenny Summit presents Ras Anthony
07. Boogie 2nite (Ken @ Work’s Mash For Cash) – Boogie Luv vs Spiritcatcher
08. Waiting (Shane D Remix) – Rise
09. Me Myself & I – Franck Roger & Olivier Portal feat. Chris Wonder
10. Clouds (Moplen Classic Mix) – Chaka Khan

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Take The Time

Twenty-three classics and soon-to-be classics on their way to holding the prestigious title, rise up once again from the King Street / Nite Grooves catalogs. All of these great tunes had been released over the years but now have come together in one complete collection. These original songs on this second Reformed Classics comp all get the business by some of House Music’s most well-known producers and quality up & comers.

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Originally released back in 2009 on Jay-J’s ‘Love Alive’ album which was described as ‘a warm and soulful album, complete with positive and meaningful songs about love and sensuality. Music rooted in soul of yesteryear while pushing the electronic boundaries of the future’, here is the remix by Swiss based Italian Producer, Roberto De Carlo.

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A Spiritual Love

The pairing of DJ Spen & Marc Evans combined at the inception of Quantize back at the start of the year, and we’re pleased to welcome Marc back again on the label with ‘A Spiritual Love’, one of those sweep you off your feet instant classics! Certain to ignite a real connection with the soulful community, we knew we had something special right from the start – Marc’s powerful & emotional vocals work in pure harmony with the disco inspired groove of the track… Infectious on every level.

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Music Sounds Better With You

Everyone knows this track but few have been able to provide a remix of real quality for it. Therefore take a bow Jack’n Brothas. This remix takes the original concepts and adds more funk and sexiness than you could imagine it would and makes you just want to dance every time you hear it!

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You Were Singing

While ‘Albator’ was saving the planet, young French pop artist King Club, was learning and listening to the music: piano, drums and bass to express his universe, balanced between the Atlantic waves and daily blue. It may be the azure or the taste of the party that inspired the melody of his track. Unless it is just a simple and strong desire to make the galaxy dance.

Forever seduced by Stevie Wonder’s harmonies, touched by Supertramp’s airy mood and Aphex Twins laboratory, his tone is in the mix of electronic and acoustic sound, of synthetic pads and organic riffs. Ultimate pretext of laying his voice for a definitive house style.

Additional to King Club’s classy original mix, the vinyl contains three Ralf GUM & CrisP remixes. An interpretation of the original, a fierce dub mix and a club-rocking alternative vocal version.

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Sade gets the remix treatment once again courtesy of Paul Helsby and this time it’s ‘Pearls’. This will appeal to the soulful house heads out there as this track ouzes sexual vibes throughout.

This is available for download over on Paul’s soundcloud page here.

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Drive Me Crazy

Baltimore’s own R&B/Jazz vocalist Tracy Hamlin makes her debut on the label and delivers a stunning vocal performance on ‘Drive Me Crazy’. Irvin Madden, Dj Spen, and Raymond Barton provide an array of strong mixes ranging from the nostalgia tinged ‘RetrOSoul’ re-work through to the straight funk laced house of the ‘Phuture Of Da Phunk’ mixes via the Chicago inspired deep, soulful house ‘Rhemi’ (aka Neil Pierce and Ziggy Funk) remixes. In true Quantize fashion this team brings it all together with precision production that retains an emotive quality from start to finish.

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