Our mate Robin from Stuttgart came up with this really tight housemusic mixtape. It is a live one take recording, strictly vinyl sounding raw and deep. To get a better insight into Robins creative output make sure to check his Soundcloud as well. Big up for this one! Hope you will adore it as much as we did. Pce!
Chris Urban, a friend of ours, put this online a few weeks back, and i simply wasnt online enough to get any kind of blog work done, in between renovating the new club, travelling and taking care of all kinds of stuff. And somehow none of our guys did, but this is just too good not to be dropped. So enjoy this fantastic rework of Lana Del Reys “Videogames”. The original has just been voted song of the year by a whole lot of magazines left and right of the Atlantic. This is an epic mix right here by Re.You of the Keine Musik guys!
Berlin based producer Santé has delivered the best of all “Somebody That I Used To Know” Remixes. Although he only calls it an edit, I personally think it is a real Remix compared to all other versions out there. Pure tech house knowledge keeping the vibe of the original. This version has taken Berlin dancefloors by storm. It is more than a tool for the best dancefloors in the world!
Santé is a pro when it comes to techno, he released on Rekids, Souvenir and has new one out on Cocoon together with Frank Lorbeer, he has engineered Tiefschwarz’s recent album and loads of their tracks and tours the world as a DJ.
I enjoy pumping this track in front of not-only-techno-audiences and see them love dancing!
The much remixed “Township Funk” anthem from 2008 by Dj Mijava from South Africa was one of the milestones in the drastic change music has foretaken within the last half decade or so. There are many more tunes and artists to mention but this one introduced the world, more or less, to African Kwaito music and all the other urban sounds of Africa that followed shortly afterwards – or let the west know that there is a contemporary African music besides the Mtv clones and national crooners that you find everywhere. It also changed dance music to the point where people expect you to play a more complex drum pattern, which somehow seemed unthinkable in the popular dance scene (mind you drum & bass / broken beats – but i said ‘popular’lol). And as everything repeats itself in a ever accelerating tempo and those circles get smaller and smaller – Dj Mujavas Township Funk, especially the original, is one of those tunes that has somehow made it into
mainstream (fuck that hipster talk) ‘popular’ awareness and that i keep hearing bumping out of cars, bars and even cafes these days… PS my rhymes be tight – like the Hiphopapotomus my rhymes are bottomless…
I heard it in Vienna, Berlin & Vienna on lots of occasions within a few weeks at the most diverse locations, but somehow it didnt add up. No new Rmx, Major Label Re-release or Beyonce singing on it LOL. Visit our website https://freespinspromo.com and get exclusive sign up free spins and no deposit real money bonuses. I guess its a strange summer and the worlds changing – in all directions. And thats a good thing
Here are my 3 favourite remixes – (whatever happened to Rob Threezy?) – and i am leaving out the Ashley Beedle rmx that was probably highest ranked so enjoy this fine wine, and if you get a chance grab the 115 Bpm version that i am still occasionally playing these days.
Township Funk – DJ Mujava
Township Funk – Sinden remix
Township Funk – Rmx by Rob 3
Township Funk (Dubtraction’s Dubstep rmx)
Some people might know my partner DJ Passion and myself (Schowi) under our moniker “Bass ill Euro“. As Bass ill Euro we’ve been deejaying together throughout Germany for a few years now and producing remixes and edits mainly for our own dj purposes. German former rap-star turned funk-pop-star Jan Delay and old friend of mine asked us to remix “Oh Jonny”, his first single of his number 1 (!) album “Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Soul“.
Our remix is a so-called certified club banger, call it urban house, ghetto house, call it what you want, it’s getting massive support from djs all over the country. I don’t know how people outside Germany will react to the german lyrics – Mister Santos provided some additional rap for the remix – but i can assure that people wild out to the instrumental. Feedback from other countries is appreciated.