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Welcome To The Dancefloor

  • Artists The Beat Broker, Evie, Casual Encounters, Eric Timpleton, Need & Necessity, Rhythm Operator
  • Release Date 2012-10-08
  • Label Dancefloor Encounters
  • Catalog DE001
  • Dancefloor Encounters is a record label/medium for artists and producers to release their music, as well as experiment and broaden their horizon with variety and out of the box thinking. Dancefloor Encounters was founded in 2012 by Shawn Mac (Co-producer of Casual Encounters). With this being said, I am very proud to announce the labels first release, a sampler, Welcome to the Dancefloor!

    We've all had many encounters and experiences on a wide range of dancefloors, whether it's new friends, lovers, or just your good ole fashion shake down. The Welcome to the Dancefloor Sampler provides four tracks that will definitely have you moving after the first listen and help reminisce, plan, and for-see the act of moving our joints and bodies which we know as dancing.

    Casual Encounters team up with their Ghostly International/Adult Contemporary buddy, Producer/DJ veteran The Beat Broker, laying down a smooth piece of synth heaven, For The Win, combined with a deep vibrant bassline, and to top it off with dubby vocals from the lovely Evie.

    Upcoming Swedish producer Eric Timpleton brings up the tempo with a deep, dark, yet delightful cut, High Density, while layering over the beats with melancholic vocals to really uplift the track and get you grooving and thinking at the same time.

    Denver's Need & Necessity throw down a slab of Deep sub house, Waiting For You, with bouncing beats influenced from the good ole hip hop days, and chopped up vocals sprinkled throughout the track, you're sure to find a excuse just to get down to this.

    Last but not least, LA's Rhythm Operator strikes again with a real groover, Take Me Back, reminiscent of 90's touch all over, lush stabs, grooving bass, and heavy delayed dubby vocals, who needs a time machine when you can get down to 90s vibes today!

    Release Date : October 8, 2012

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