Since celebrating their 100th release back in December of last year, Witty Tunes has more than held its corner for thoroughbred club cuts. This month, Budapest’s Viktor Kaman takes to the label with a two-track offering that seamlessly unites his deep and tech-fuelled tendencies. Scatty, bass-favoring house music is the crux of Kaman’s A-side “Raw,” leaving “Wah” to extend the liberal sample work to a far more rhythmically charged extension of his underground house prowess. We are hearing a lot of noise from both deep house and tech of late, but in seamlessly uniting the best of both sub-genres, Kaman emerges a force like few other currently blessing the digital market. (more…)Posted by
Fedde Le Grand is back with another club rocking, dance floor rattling, scene shaking production. Wrapping up a monster year that included releases such as “Sparks” and “Zdarlight,” Fedde’s final offering of the year is “RAW” in every sense of the word. Working with Nicky Romero and Deniz Koyu on previous efforts, Fedde has gone solo on his next project, putting his individual talents on display and letting them shine. “RAW” comes with a lead of bouncy chords, a contagious dance hook, and a splash of distorted energy in tandem with the exceptional bassline. We like it raw.
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Fedde Le Grand sits down with Spinnin Records to discuss his upcoming single, “Raw,” the future of young producers, and his solo album in the works. He reveals that “Raw” came about while on vacation, where he produced the main hook as an extension of “Sparks.” When asked about which young producers have caught his ear, Fedde drops names such as Julian Jordan and Dannic. While he may not release another track this year, Fedde has formally announced that he has been working on his own studio album that will be completed sooner than later. Check out the full interview and anticipate the Christmas Eve release of “Raw.”Posted by
Fedde Le Grand’s next monster production is on the way — but before its December 24th release, we get a small taste with its music video. The club rocking tune is fitting any of Fedde’s sets, and its accompanying video portrays its dance floor appeal. Serving as the recap of Fedde’s ADE Takeover, we are taken through the night of October 19th, 2012, when Deniz Koyu, Danny Avila, Sultan & Ned Shepard, and Sick Individuals opened for the man himself at Escape Club. Check out the video and anticipate the arrival of “Raw” on Christmas Eve.Posted by