Friday, September 4, 2015

How Deep Is Your Smile 34 | Fatalgroove



How Deep Is Your Smile 34 | Fatalgroove Features: Toolroom, Suara,
Tronic, Cr2 Records, Deep House, Tech House, Techno, House, Progressive
House, Indie Dance, Nu Disco.

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Claptone - The Music Got Me (Original Mix)
Danny Serrano, Forrest - OG 909 Feat. Forrest (Original Mix)
David Keno, Mat.Joe, Virginia Slimm - Save The Day Feat. Virginia Slimm (Original Mix)
Doorly, dAVOS - 96 feat. Davos (Original Mix)
Dosem - City Pulse (Original Mix)
Fat Sushi - Love Matters (Original Mix)
Astin - Dejected (Sidney Charles Remix)
Teenage Mutants, Stereo Express - In My Soul Feat. Jeffrey Jefferson (Original Mix)
D-Nox & Beckers - Tiramisu (Dosem Remix)
Chuckie - Abu Dhabi Joint (Original Mix)
D-Nox & Beckers - So What (Original Mix)




Sunday, December 14, 2014

How Deep Is Your Smile 4 | Fatalgroove Dailymotion Videos


00:00 Ripperton - Lost In Colors (Tobias Welcome Song) (Robert Babicz Remix)
01:37 Marquez Ill - All It Takes feat. Bright Light Bright Light (Original Mix)
10:32 Dino Lenny - West End Girls (Leon & Toky Aka Superhero Remix)
16:06 Luciano - Rise Of Angel (Andrea Oliva Remix)
21:20 Northern Lite - Black Day (Extended Percussion)
26:55 Sean Finn - Riders On the Storm (Luigi Rocca Remix)
31:05 Olivier Giacomotto - Mulato (Original Mix)
36:02 Fatboy Slim - Right Here Right Now (Coyu Remix)
41:24 Marco Maniera, Maurice Deek - Flat Beat Edit (Original Mix)
48:44 Zoo Brazil - Linger (Original Mix)
53:52 Phil Fuldner - Miami Pop (Tocadisco Remix)

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

ibiza 2014 Tech house 2014 - Toolroom Records Tech House Vol2 (Tomer Aaron Mix)





Ibiza 2014 tech house music the best music from Toolroom Records http://www.toolroomrecords.com/ tech house - what is it ? Tech house is a subgenre of house music that mixes elements of techno with house music. The term tech house developed as a shorthand record store name for a category of electronic dance music that combined musical aspects of techno, such as "rugged basslines" and "steely beats," with the harmonies and grooves of progressive house.[1][2] The music originally had a clean and minimal production style that was associated with techno from Detroit and the UK.[2] In the mid to late 1990s a scene developed in England around club nights such as The Drop run by Mr.C & Plink Plonk, Heart & Soul, and Wiggle run by Terry Francis and Nathan Coles.[1] Other DJs and artists associated with the sound at that time included Charles Webster, Bushwacka!, Dave Angel, Herbert, Funk D'Void, Ian O'Brien, Derrick Carter, and Stacey Pullen.[1][2] By the late 90's London nightclub The End, owned by the former Shamen rapper Richard West (Mr C) and Layo Paskin, was considered the home of tech house in the UK.[1] As a mixing style, tech-house often brings together deep or minimal techno music, the soulful and jazzy end of house, some minimal techno and microhouse (especially with a soulful feel, such as Luomo's music), and very often some dub elements. There is some overlap with progressive house, which too can contain deep, soulful, dub, and techno elements; this is especially true since the turn of the millennium, as progressive-house mixes have themselves often become deeper and sometimes more minimal. However, the typical progressive-house mix—which might integrate some funky house, trance, and even some hard techno at times—has more energy than tech-house, which tends to have a more "laid-back" feel. Tech-house fans tend to appreciate subtlety, as well as the "middle ground" that adds a "splash of color to steel techno beats" and eschews the "banging" of house music for intricate rhythms.[3] In contrast to most progressive house, which tends to have a progression over the course of the mix ending in an ecstatic release of energy at the end, tech-house often aims at achieving an even "groove. As a musical (as opposed to a mixing) style, tech-house uses the same basic structure as house. However, elements of the house 'sound' such as realistic jazz sounds (in deep house) and booming kick drums are replaced with elements from techno such as shorter, deeper, darker and often distorted kicks, smaller, quicker hi-hats, noisier snares and more synthetic or acid sounding synth melodies from the TB-303, including raw electronic noises from distorted sawtooth and square wave oscillators. Some producers also add soulful vocals and elements, and equally as much raw electronic sounds in their music. However, a rich techno-like kick and bassline seems to be a consistency amongst tech house music. Electrotech arose in Western Europe in late 2000 as the result of mixing high-attack basses found in electroclash with general tech house structure. As such, compositions still featured simple, discernible lyrics and single-note basslines, however, the final sound had a somewhat rough, "fuzzy" attitude very commonly found in electroclash. Examples of electrotech include "All You Need" by Miss Kittin,[4] "Keep Control" by Sono, "This World" by Slam and "I Want You" by Paris Avenue. Deeptech or Deep Techhouse, is a tech house sub genre that fuses techno and the sub-genre deep house, using slower tempo, Latin percussion, soulful vocals, or vocal samples and longer note durations, which are very common in deep house, combined with drum distortion, side chaining compression, and heavy effects on vocals/samples, which are the norm in techno production. The songs or tracks in this sub-genre are known for a more relaxed groove, as opposed to tech house's upbeat feel. Artists such as Chris Coco and Miguel Migs have produced, and released Deeptech. Pumping (tech) house is another, much more successful subgenre of tech that originated in Southern Europe when a trio called "The Biz", consisting of the Italian DJ Benny Benassi and two Swiss/French singers created a hit "Satisfaction" in late 2002. The signature sound was characterized by a modulated ("granulized") bassline, notable sidechain techniques, minimalist hitting and a heavy amount of reverberation used on either riffs or robotic voices. Pumping house became a huge success in 2003--05, as many other European producers (notably Vanguard, Royal Gigolos and Global Deejays) also took on the style and created their own distinctive variations of it. Pumping's popularity fell as quickly as it rose after progressive house lost prominence, while electrotech started separating into a distinct genre around 2006. Some bands kept their sound intact and were kicked out of the mainstream later, others tried to implement new changes and even sacrificed their original sound.

How Deep Is Your Smile Mix 7 | Fatalgroove Techno Classics Edition





How Deep Is Your Smile Mix 7 | Fatalgroove Techno Classic Edition 1996-2010 Electronic Dance Music (Essen/Germany) http://www.play.fm/artist/fatalgroove The Artist "Fatalgroove" discovered already in the mid 90s, in the age of 15, electronic music. In the early years of the techno movement he was amazed by Trance and Progressive Techno and already lived for the Music. Booking: fatalgroove@live.de Friends & Partner: http://www.atmotraxx.de http://www.threadlog.com http://www.decksharks.com http://www.deephouse-radio.com http://www.overseassessions.com http://www.decksharks.com/fatalgroove/soundcloud/257/why-it-is-love-9 Social: Radio: http://goo.gl/aSwX0Y Twitter: http://goo.gl/WmCH0s Play.fm: http://goo.gl/45NOmn Google+: http://goo.gl/cGHdwQ Youtube: http://goo.gl/MOz7hh Beatport: http://goo.gl/SSQrKM Mixcloud: http://goo.gl/HfQ5sg Facebook: http://goo.gl/LmY7dW Soundcloud: http://goo.gl/U31gfE Techno Classic Edition,Techno Classic,overseassessions,Tech House,Deep House,Techno,Dj Tools,House,Progressive House,Minimal,Mixcloud,Cloudcast,Soundcloud,Fatalgroove,Electronic Dance Music,EDM,Music,Love,

Monday, August 18, 2014

Essen City Night Stories | Fatalgroove

01.Sirus – An Eye For An Eye (Halo Varga Remix)


02.White Lotus Society – Got It (Live Dub)


03.Via Janeiro – Space Samba (Suntribe Night Remix)


04.Sean McCabe – Resist (Sean Mccabe Couldn’t Resist Remix)


05.No Assembly Required – This Is Jazz (Johnny Fiasco’s Nu Jazz Rerub)



 


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