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Anane "Tell me that I’m dreaming" (Nervous Records Promo)

Forthcoming to Nervous Records is this scintillating remake of the Was (Not Was) 1981 classic "Tell me that I'm dreaming" produced by Louie Vega and performed in grand style by Anane. For sure, this dope interpretation oozing with Anane's inimitable tempting vocals, lush keys and an infectious funk infused backdrop will set the dance floor ablaze...On remix duty is Dave Lee whose fantastic discotastic rework blends Anane's vocals with low-slung rhythms and uber cool acid zaps.

DJ Pope presents The FunkHut AllStars featuring Kenny Wesley "Listen love" (Charles Dockins Remix)(FunkHut Records Promo)

Don't miss out on these excellent Charles Dockins remixes of the highly anticipated "Listen love" by DJ Pope presents The FunkHut All Stars (the first single taken form the upcoming album "DJ Pope presents The Sounds of Baltimore" which will include DJ Pope's original version). Beyond doubt, Kenny Wesley's fabulous rendition of the unforgettable lyrics of the Jon Lucien classic truly shine on these jaw-dropping soulful house and afro house interpretations by legendary Charles Dockins which are sure to cast a spell on you.

Saul City "No more" (Jerry C. King Remix)(Kingdom Records Promo)

The latest offering on Kingdom Records is Jerry C. King's dazzling four-to-the-floor interpretation of "No more" by Saul City (a beautiful song originally released in December of last year), Unquestionably, Jerry C. King has been pulling out all the stops to grace us with a timeless soul oozing gem which fuses the amazing haunting vocals of Lauren with bodacious jazzed-up keys and a smooth organic backing.

Brutha Basil "Intimate confessions" (Brukel Music Promo)

The Brukel Music family truly blesses us with "Intimate confessions" by Brutha Basil (the latest single taken from his soon to be released album "360 Degrees of Brutha Basil"). Produced by Kelvin Sylvester and featuring the keyboard wizardry of Yuki Kanesaka and a sublime trumpet solo by Steven Montecucco, "Intimate confessions" is an awe-inspiring afro/latin/brazilian infused mid-tempo groover that perfectly showcases the unmatched spoken word poetry of Brutha Basil.

Muzikman Edition & Bobbe Green "I found a friend" (Exemplary Music Makerz Promo)

DJ/producer Muzikman Edition (William Bagley) joins forces with vocalist Bobbe Green for "I found a friend", a formidable slice of timeless soulful house music guaranteed to make you yearn for more through Bobbe Green's one-of-a-kind sultry vocal stylings, sumptuous keys, glittering guitars and the smooth yet downright intriguing funked-up musical backing. Nuff said...

Shay D & Doc Link "It's nothing" (Modulate Goes Digital Promo)

Soon to be released through Modulate Goes Digital is a glorious collaboration by Shay D and Doc Link entitled "It's nothing". To make a long story short, "It's nothing" is soulful and melodious yet enticing, with smooth yet irresistibly thumpin' rhythms leading the way for luscious keys and eminent spoken words. The 'Doc Link Remix' is a vibrant jackin' house workout sure to send the dancers into a frenzy.

Untitled X featuring Goo J. Poet "Alight" (Iklwa Brothers Music Promo)

Iklwa Brothers Music present unadulterated dance floor dynamite with "Alight" by Untitled X and Goo J. Poet. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, the inexorably thumpin' afro-tribal rhythms together with the deeply moving spoken words will take over dance floors around the globe by storm. The remix is courtesy of DarqKnight who gives the track a mesmerizing darkened feel perfect for late night play.

Deep House Pick: musclecars "Shelter (building it, still)" (Coloring Lessons Records Promo)

Something truly mind-boggling awaits you with this release by musclecars, the duo of Craig Handfield and Brandon Weems. Kicking things off is "Prelude (building it, still)" which combines glamorous piano licks with intimate field recordings. Next is the original version of "Shelter" which features the incredible vocals of Brandon Markell Holmes alongside propulsive synths and pulsatory drums, followed by the moody deep house cut "We go home together" laced with emotive saxophones, grand jazzy keys, dreamy pads and impellent rhythms. Finally we have the highlight of the release, the towering Ron Trent remix of "Shelter" oozing with his critically acclaimed deep house sound.