With a movie-sized credit list and high-profile vocal cameo, Harry Romero, Armand Pena & Alex Alicea’s latest track “Blow” cuts a cinematic profile. The progressive house tune builds out under the lyrics of one-hit wonder no more Crystal Waters, coming on strong at a thumping 128 bpm. Opting for storyline over scripted builds, the track has been released as a choose-your-own-adventure of sorts with its club and keylow mix. The latest release from Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Records, both tracks are available now on Beatport.
While they’ve ditched the moniker, the trio known as Sympho Nympho have released “The Porno” as the follow up to “Conga Lust.” Getting explicit with an aptly titled figurative late night track, Erick Morillo returns with Harry Romero and Jose Nunez to deliver a sexy rolling beat with provocative samplings. A journey through a dance floor orgasm, “The Porno” offers the aura that has defined Subliminal‘s risqué afterhours attitude.
NYC-based duo Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano have teamed up with Erick Morillo, Harry Romero and Jose Nunez, to create the new track “Jungle Blood,” reputed with five times the big room punch. The Subliminal Records collaboration joins electro-heavyweights to generate a tribal anthem with a pounding drum beat and twisting synths. Heard on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Radio #031, the deep grooves and fiery sound will be sure to make an ample impression on this year’s festival circuit.
Erick Morillo and Harry Romero — two thirds of Sympho Nympho – are welcoming Alex Kenji into the mix for Subliminal’s next energy-packed production. “Flamenco” builds with a cultural combination of mystical latin strings and a soulful Spanish vocal, which drops into firing synths, relentless snare, and an intricate bassline. Between outdoorsy Miami vibes and late night club appeal, the latest offering from Morillo’s squad delivers the dance chaos we’ve come to expect. Kenji’s contribution only diversifies “Flamenco,” making for a unique Subliminal release available on Beatport.
Ain’t no party like a Subliminal party? Label head Erick Morillo and Harry Romero‘s remix of T3ktone and Harry Choo Choo Romero’s “Beat Of The Drum,” out a few days ago on Subliminal Records is one hot dance floor track. Imagine yourself posted up in front of the DJ booth when this one hits and immerse into the fat bass lines, drums, and snares. Add in a dash of acid house 303 and we’ve got ourselves a bonafide deviants’ anthem. Listen to the preview and purchase on Beatport after the break.
Our top 50 continues with track’s 31-40. These tunes just get tougher to pick as we go deeper into the rankings..however as usual Dancing Astronaut never fails. We would love to hear your comments and thoughts about where songs should go in the top 50 and why you think that way. Make sure to check out 41-50 too.
Check out tracks 31-40