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Extortion featuring Dihan Brooks "How do you see me now" (Guido P Remix)(Easy Street Records Promo)

The timeless garage house classic "How do you see me now" by Extortion (originally released on A & R Records in 1990 before Easy Street Records picked this gem up) returns in a fabulous rework by Italian DJ/producer Guido P. Indisputably, Guido P has been pulling out all the stops to grace us with an ingenious and truly hypnotic underground-esque rework using enthralling deeply groovin' rhythms as foundation for Dihan Brooks' eminent vocals and tantalizing keys.

Underground Ministries featuring Kenny Bobien "I shall not be moved" (Bobby D'Ambrosio Remix) (Quantize Recordings Promo)

Originally released back in 1999 on Flatline Records, "I shall not be moved" by Underground Ministries featuring legendary vocalist Kenny Bobien (one of the greatest gospel house classics of all time) returns in a brand new undeniably scintillating interpretation by Bobby D'Ambrosio. Beyond doubt, this fantastic Bobby D'Ambrosio rework keeps the spirit and vibe of the original alive yet oozes with a fresh soulful house flavor that is downright inspiring and spell binding.

Sheree Hicks "Solid" (FunkHut Records Promo)

The first release from FunkHut Records for the new year is the magnificent "Solid" by renowned songstress Sheree Hicks (music by DJ Pope and Charles Dockins). In short, "Solid" which combine Sheree Hicks unmatched heartfelt vocals with supporting vocals by Marc Evans, sublime jazzy keys, celestial pads and relentlessly pulsating rhythms is sure to send chills down your spine... Not to forget to mention the alternate acoustic mixes oozing with an intriguing organic vibe.

Elbert Phillips & Andre Espeut "Sunlight" (Lenny Fontana Remix)(Soul N Pepa Records Promo)

In summer of last year, we introduced you to the awe-inspiring sun drenched "Sunlight" by Chicago's own Elbert Phillips featuring singer/songwriter Andre Espeut (the release includes an outstanding remix by Kai Alce), now the track is back in a towering remix by Lenny Fontana sure to cast a spell on you though the unrivaled haunting vocals of Andre Espeut, the bodacious keys and the groovy funk soaked backdrop.

Corey Holmes & Janyce (KoCo) Murray "Must be nice" (New Generation Records Promo)

Producer Corey Holmes returns to critically acclaimed New Generation Records with not one but two blazin' hot releases. First up is "Must be nice" where Corey Holmes teams up with vocalist Janyce (KoCo) Murray to give us an expertly crafted slice of soulful bliss oozing with the unique enticing vocals of Janyce (KoCo) Murray, grand jazzy keys and a compelling organic backing.

Corey Holmes featuring Marlo Cozart "We are one" (New Generation Records Promo)

And here we have the second new release by producer Corey Holmes coming soon to New Generation Records. To make a long story short, the phantasmagorical "We are one" featuring vocalist Marlo Cozart is soulful house music at its best, with gentle yet thrilling percussive rhythms leading the way for Marlo Cozart's beautiful emotive vocals, mellifluous keys and dreamful chords.

Oscar P & Ruben Swift Vidal "The drum" (2023 Mixes) (Open Bar Music Promo)

Back in early 2014, Open Bar Music gave us the sure-fire dance floor anthem "The drum" by Oscar P and Ruben Swift Vidal, a track that has been rockin' dance floors around the globe ever since thanks to the uber cool spoken words and the vast amount of incredible remixes by the like of Jose Marquez, Pablo Fierro, Echo Deep, Mzala Wa Afrika and Benny T to name just a few. Now with brand new truly stellar remixes by PolyRhythm and Ruben Swift Vidal just released, the track is sure to continue to dominate dance floors across the globe...

BoomClap featuring Sofia Rubia "There's no other love" (KingStreet Records Promo)

UK based DJ/producer BoomClap joins forces with vocalist Sofia Rubia for the wonderful "There's no other love" to be released through KingStreet Records in the coming weeks. Undoubtedly, this soulful gem featuring Sofia Rubina's incomparable passionate vocals and luxurious jazzy piano over an infectious funktified backdrop comes highly recommended. The 'Dub Mix' transforms the track into a delectable slice of deep house goodness perfect for late night play.