Two music legends, Lenny Fontana and D-Train, have joined forces to create a classic New York dance-floor hit with crisp beats and infectious melodies wrapped around a vocal that could only ever be recognised as the power-tones of James himself.
Brooklyn singer James ‘D-Train’ Williams is famous for eighties electrofunk.
Meanwhile, International Dj and Dance Music Producer Lenny Fontana is known primarily for forging the hit 1999 single ‘What You Need’ with Duane Harden as part of the duo Powerhouse and “Chocolate Sensation”.
‘When You Feel What Love Has’ has already achieved over 111k plays on Soundcloud and is set to be a dancefloor hit this summer. Five mixes and a music video are in production.
The single is out now having dropped April 3rd.
More thunderous sounds from South America as LPZ return with the 3rd release on their own label. Uncompromising House and Techno that’s been winning over the likes of Jacques Renault, Laurent Garnier and GoldFFinch the EP is available digitally now and is released on vinyl next week.
LPZ – Amoeba EP (LPZ Records)
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD OUT NOW
12″ OUT APRIL 15
For the third release on their new imprint Paraguayan trio LPZ return with 4 tracks of precision tooled House and Techno that harks back to the kind of relentlessly jacking music labels like Relief beat dance floors into happy submission with in the ‘90s.
Straight from the off the EP’s lead track ’Amoeba’ keep things simple yet deadly. Powered along by the kind of kick drum and rubbery bass line that you feel as much as hear this is pure club music designed to shock the body into movement. It’s a formula that works and one they stick to throughout the EP with ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘Cascades’ and ‘Stargazer’ all as lean, mean and brutally functional as a steroidal greyhound.
Stripped right back to the bone with every ounce of spare fat trimmed this is the kind of music that makes almost zero sense until you witness its effect on a club where its stark, hypnotic rhythms can hammer a dance floor into a writhing mass of sweating flesh.
With releases on labels such as such as ’1983’ earning them praise from the likes of DJ Mag, Dazed & Confused and XLR8R, support from DJs such as Maya Jane Coles and their own Live shows and DJ sets at clubs such as Panorama in Berlin, LPZ are flying the flag for South American dance music and putting Paraguay firmly on the Techno map.
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elgian duo GoldFFinch follow up recent releases for Innervisions and Valence with a return to Tiga’s Turbo Recordings. The title track is now streaming publicly and you can listen to the EP in full via the link above. If you’d like a download or would like to feature GoldFFinch in any way please drop me a line, following on from this Yoann and Gilles have further 12″s to come on Valence and 2 new labels starting up this summer so lots to talk about. Thanks, John.
GoldFFinch – Unworthy [Twin Turbo]
Released July 6th
Having already released a 12” on Ambivalent’s new Valence imprint and featured on the latest Innervisions ‘Secret Weapons’ compilation this year, Belgian duo GoldFFinch now return to Tiga’s Turbo Recordings with a new three track EP, ‘Unworthy’.
Chas ethis tune because this trippy hit is going to envelop your senses and take you on a journey through a hippy infused version of space and time. Amiable sounds are met with the incredible lyrical content. Truly a tune to chase!
The bands next album will be available August 11th!
You should chase this tune…
…Because the ‘No Other Lover’ video is clean-cut and stylish, mirroring Alpines’ distinctive pop sound, which infuses electronics with high tempo, four-to-the-floor rhythms.
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