Now that the festivities of Miami have come and gone, it’s time to relive the memories with the plethora of live sets strewn about the internet. Today’s Good Morning Mix is from Dancing Astronaut favorite Hot Since 82′s Subliminal Pool Party set at the Shelborne Hotel. He offers up proper pool time groovers like his own “Like You” and Nakadia’s “Flying Blue” – creating a timeless and relaxed party vibe, exactly what a WMC pool party should be about. Press play and let the post-Miami depression be soothed by the tunes of Hot Since 82.Posted by
Hot Since 82 is certainly living up to his name. Before the dust had begun to settle from last week’s rework of Thomas Schumacher’s “Every Little Piece,” the Leeds-based deep house sensation gave fans a preview of his forthcoming collaboration with Noir label member Habischman. “Leave Me” sports an edgy bass-laden groove churning beneath droning deep house chords with delayed vocal meanderings. Despite its brevity, the 54-second snippet manages to establish a foreboding tone while still enticing curiosity with its lilting synth stabs and varied singers. This track boasts all the trappings of an after-hours gem — keep an ear out for its upcoming release on Moda Black.
Dancing Astronaut favorite and Axis guest mixer, Hot Since 82, has delivered another stellar production for our listening pleasure. For his take on Thomas Schumacher’s “Every Little Piece,” he digs a little deeper and goes a little darker taking us to new, but not unexpected heights. The remix has been floating around for at least a month when he snuck it into the February edition of his Hotcast, so if you’ve been waiting on baited breath for it, it’s finally here via Disco Ballroom.
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When we think of deep house, one name instantly comes to mind — Hot Since 82. The Leeds based producer has been churning out incredible productions in the past couple of months, including his remix of Yousef’s “Beg,” and recently released Hot Jams Volume 2 EP . His distinctive sound has brought a refreshing take to the EDM scene, and we’re excited to have him host the 40th episode of Axis. Click past the break for an exclusive interview and tracklisting.
Daley Padley, the producer and DJ known as Hot Since 82, shows no signs of slowing his 2012 streak with the release of his latest EP Hot Jams Volume 2 on Noir Music. He’s planted his deep seed on labels ranging from Get Physical and Moda Black to Warung Recordings and Defected with a smattering of top notch originals and remixes. If there’s one thing that makes for a lasting impression these days, it’s a producer’s ability to develop a distinctive sound and Hot Since 82 has certainly done that. His low ends are about as deep as they come and tend to dominate the melodic force of the song, making for music that is both eerie and infectious. Check out the his four new originals below.
Deep house connoisseur Hot Since 82 takes on techno/house producer Thomas Schumacher and Caitlin Devlin’s “Every Little Piece” – manipulating the same deep and groovy basslines that we saw on his recent remixes to Yousef’s “Beg” and Shadow Child’s “So High.” Premiered last Friday on Pete Tong’s acclaimed Essential Selection, Hot Since 82′s signature beat work transforms the pop-heavy progressive cut into an innovative piece of electronic music. The track is set to release on Feburary 25th on Electric Ballroom.Posted by
Pete Tong is back this week with another Essential Selection, highlighting the best in all genres of dance music around the globe. Earning a premiere was Nom De Strip’s remix of Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Garter’s “Channel 42,” set to be released on Mau5trap on February 12th. Last week’s Essential New Tune, Disclosure’s “White Noise,” was succeeded by Calrian & Guy Gerber’s remix of “Claire,” combing techno with beautiful electronic melodies fitted perfectly for Ibiza sunsets. Progressive lovers were treated to Syn Cole’s new Le7els release, “April,” as well as Nicky Romero & Nilson & John Christian’s “Still the Same Man,” among others.
Deep house extraordinaire Hot Since 82 stole his 15 minutes of fame, where he took the time to discuss the impact of “EDM” and featured an exclusive new track, “Mr.Drive.” To top it all off, Marc Romboy played a techno driven Weekend Hot Mix and Simian Mobile showcased the best in disco in this week’s Goodie Goodies. Full tracklist after the break.
If you’re an avid Dancing Astronaut reader, you might have come across one of our raving Hot Since 82 track posts in the past few months. He recently debuted an EP on the prestigious Get Physical imprint, and has been involved in unique collaborative projects with acts like of Shadow Child and Yousef. With each release, he further tightens his grasp on the deep house world as an unquestionable rising talents. (more…)Posted by
The underground had a big year in the US in 2012 and we only felt it appropriate to highlight some of these amazing artists independently from potentially bigger or more commercial artists in the dance music world today. We considered the year these artists have had in terms of production, live sets, and overall influence. We also generally picked artists we love and admire; artists we feel are extremely important to pushing electronic music forward. This list of 25 names includes legends and young guns alike, but we can assure you that every single one of these artists is incredibly talented and is well worth a listen or a trip to a club for a live set. Today we’re going to share with you our picks for #25 through #16. (more…)Posted by
Leeds based DJ & Producer Hot Since 82 has had a compelling year to say the least. Having topped the Beatport Top 10 with his remix to Yousef’s “Beg,” his production prowess is securely fastened into the rising-star spotlight. This week he makes his label debut on the prestigious Get Physical imprint with his Forty Shorty EP.
“Like You” — the lead track on the release – forces you to listen from the second you click play. After the drop, when his signature rolling basslines begin, you understand why you’re so hooked — this is upbeat deep house at its finest; pure and natural groove emotes with every beat. The title track, “Forty Shorty,” begs you to come along on a rhythmic ride with funky basslines leading the way. Full of throbbing energy and a soulful vocal segment, this eerie track creates a seductive vibe through and through.
Hot Since 82 – Like You (Original Mix)
Hot Since 82 – Forty Shorty (Original Mix)
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