The highly anticipated Volume 3 of Second Chances & New Romances is here and the usual quality stamp on these popular EPs haven just been raised with volume 3 being the best to date.
Larse So Long
How do you follow up on the huge summer success of The More I Want and For Real ????
So Long is how. The big tastemakers are anticipating something great from Larse and....
Larse prove's he is the one to watch right now and keeps his production quality super high with this moody tune for the fall and early winter sets.
Danny Daze & Matches If This
A good friend amd music lover sent us a link to a Soundcloud snippet of this new collaboration between Danny Daze & Matches. We fell in love instantly and asked Danny for a copy and thats what we got. Superb deephouse production from the guys which at the same time also showing off Danny's great diversity and production skills.
Den Ishu New Luv
Another track that was love at first listen. The blend of quirky vocals and a spot on pumpin' deephouse production was simply irresistable and the first weekend I brought this gem with me to the clubs it simply went off everywhere. You know a winner when you hear it instantly and this might even be Den Ishu's best track to date.
Balcazar & Sordo Wake Me Up
We really believe these guys will make it big, if not in 2011 then in 2012.
We have heard several productions by Balcazar & Sordo and almost every track is outstanding.
They have got releases coming on No.19 Music & Dirt Crew. But let's start here on Noir Music with the introduction of a great duo that you will definitely hear more from in years to come.
This is the sound of now.
Tiger Stripes Trip Me
For the second time on this EP series we have the honour of giving you a brand new Tiger Stripes track. Tiger Stripes is one of our favourite producers as his quality bar is set very high on each production + his diversity is on top as well. This track is a grower with its hypnotic lopped vocals and delightful funky groove. Another dancefloor winner from the Tiger.
Tapesh & Daynes - Leadbelly
If Fatboy Slim and Moby anno 1999 met deephouse then this is what it would sound like.
The vocals takes you back to the best days of the big beat guru and keep it ultra cool with the filtered deephouse stabs and tight production. We bet this track will create some serious cheers in the clubs.
Blond:ish ft. Ted Alexander Truth In Me
This Canadian female-duo might seem unknown to many of you, but be aware they are here to stay. Another act we believe in as we have heard lots of their productions and they really do carry something special. Truth In Me is a collaboration between Blond:ish and Ted Alexander on vocals. Lovely layers, tight beats, distant vocals and a heavy subb to get the crowd going.
The perfect track to round off SC&NR Volume 3.