Throughout Boys Noize’s lengthy career, he’s represented everything between techno and electro, and in the case of today’s Weekend Rewind, old-school, 90′s inspired house. “Adonis,” which was recorded using the German producer’s Roland Tr-909, was released on Sven Väth’s Cocoon Records back in 2011. The track is rich with warm piano lines that build steadily throughout its playtime. The recurrent piano notes lay over a funk-infused bass line, with a high-hat and chanting vocal segment to bring it all together. Groovy is the theme of this throw back, which will forever be slated as a true Boys Noize classic.
Guy J, an Israeli producer we’ve seen steamrolling forward in 2012 with the launch of his Lost & Found imprint (under megastar John Digweed‘s Bedrock label), is out with his second release on the infant imprint. The two tracks “Vaga” and “We Do It Best” show, as always, Guy’s genre-spanning and melodic production style that lies somewhere in the midst of pure progressive house, tech house, and trance sensibilities. He’s also put out records on labels like Tiga‘s Turbo and techno mainstay Cocoon — only further evidence he can meld with producers associated with pretty distinct scenes within the genre. If you like his style, also take a stab at his guest mix from Above & Beyond‘s ABGT show two weeks back (in the last 30 minutes). Stream and purchase after the break.