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Dawn Tallman "Get here" (DJ Beloved & DJ Spen Remixes) (Quantize Recordings Promo)

Past fall, Quantize Recordings celebrated their 400th release with the magnificent four-to-the-floor remake of the Brenda Russell classic "Get here"  produced by the trio of DJ Spen, Gary Hudgins and David Harness and performed in grand style by songstress Dawn Tallman. Fast forward to today, and we can enjoy fresh remixes by DJ Beloved and DJ Spen oozing with with the unmistakable deep-rooted vocals of Dawn Tallman, bodacious keys and a smooth yet intriguing organic backdrop.

Ed Ramsey "It's not over" (Makin' Moves Promo)

Don't miss out on the latest offering from Makin' Moves, the phantasmagorical "It's not over" by vocalist extraordinaire Ed Ramsey produced by Arnaud D and Venuz Beats. To make a long story short, "It's not over" featuring Ed Ramsey's one-of-a-kind deep-rooted vocals alongside luxurious keys, sublime horns and a spell binding funktified musical backing is timeless soulful bliss...

Yass featuring Tanya Michelle "I don't know why" (Haute Couture Music Promo)

We welcome back Haute Couture Music with their second release, the outstanding "I don't know why" by by DJ/producer Yass and vocalist Tanya Michelle. With an irresistible funk soaked groove laying the foundation for Tanya Michelle's eminent vocals, magnificent keys and classy guitars, "I don't know why" is sure to cast a spell on you... The remix courtesy of Yass & DJ Spen transforms the track into a sure-fire peak time favorite.

Gino Strike featuring Mikhale & Earl W Green & Charlie "My heart in two" (Soulstice Music Promo)

Out now on promo through Soulstice Music is "My heart in two" a wonderful soulful gem produced by South African DJ/producer Gino Strike featuring an impressive selection of vocalists. Undeniably, "My heart in two" oozing with the fantastic lead vocals by Mikhale and Earl W. Green (background vocals by Earl W. Green, Charlie and Gino Strike), splendorous keys, sublime guitar and a thrilling funk drenched musical backing has timeless written all over...

Risk Assessment featuring Monica Blaire "It's not right but it's okay" (Grant Nelson Remixes) (Reel People Music Promo)

Two months ago, we introduced you to the glorious four-to-the-floor remake of Whitney Houston's 1999 r&b classic "It's not right but it's okay" by UK producer Risk Assessment (Glyne Brathwaite) and US vocalist Monica Blaire, now the track is back in a dope remix. In short, UK house music legend Grant Nelson adds  his magical touch to take the track to the next level, with Monica Blaire's fantastic rendition of the lyrics accompanied by wicked guitars, exquisite keys and an infectious funked-up backdrop.

Muzari & GuguPash "Ingwe" (Foliage Records Promo)

South African duo Muzari & GuguPash make their debut on Foliage Records with the mind-boggling downright hypnotizing afro house production "Ingwe". Beyond the shadow of a doubt, the unique tempting vocals by GuguPash together with the inebriant melodies and the inexorable broken beat flavored afro-deep rhythms are sure to take over dance floors around the globe by storm.

Stefano De Santis "Sick with rhyme" (North Street West Remix) (Ramrock Red Records Promo)

Originally featured on the "Unreachable Galaxy EP" released last fall, Stefano De Santis broken beat gem "Stick with rhyme" gets remixed by none other than North Street West (the trio of Ashley Beedle, Jo Wallace and Darren Morris). Indisputably, North Street West  have been pulling out all the stops and deliver an ingenious bruk rework that stays true to the original yet oozes with a scintillating vibe.