Straight out of Rio de Janeiro comes the brand new EP from Felguk – ‘Slice & Dice’ – on Dongle Records. Famed as the biggest dance music act in Brazil, these two suppliers of sublime electro have worked tirelessly to create the perfect collection of tracks that reflect their passion, ability and musical depth…and it’s available to buy NOW!
Crammed full of all the thumping beats and scintillating distortion that have built up an army of fans since Felipe and Gustavo teamed up back in 2007, the Slice & Dice EP contains 4 original productions from the duo including the thrill ride that is ‘Slice & Dice’ and the Latino infused ‘Dead Man Swag’ as well as a collaboration with Israeli trance giants Infected Mushroom, ‘Shine On’. Add to this a massive remix of the title track courtesy of US dubstep kingpin 12thPlanet and this is a real monster of a package.
Felguk discovered electronic music at a young age and haven’t looked back since, devoting as much time and creative energy as possible to bringing sounds of the highest quality with their own distinctive flavor to the world and they truly have become masters of their craft. The ‘Slice & Dice’ EP is an exhibition of producers at the top of their game, however this is only one facet of this talented twosome. Their raucous live shows have gained them a deserved reputation as expert DJs and performers, so be sure to grab the opportunity to experience them in action. With shows this summer including Tomorrowland in Belgium and tours in Brazil and the US, there’ll be many chances to hear the ‘Slice & Dice’ EP at festival stages and on dance floors, exactly as it is intended to be!
After the success of "Just Another day" (TOP 40 Fr Clubs, Supported by the Greatest DJs among whom Tiesto, Gold etc.) , and important collaborations with other international DJs such as Raf Marchesini ("Just One Night" TOP 3 Italy, TOP 20 Eurodance), Fedo Mora or Lucas Reyes and Lemon3 ("Take Your Time" TOP 100 electro house Beatport charts), Joanna Rays is now coming back with "Calling Me", a fresh dynamic title with strong, efficient vocals.
With remixes by Danny Wild and Mico C, Lucas Reyes and Lemon3, Aron Scott, Damien N-Drix, in very different styles, the pack is made to seduce anyone, from dance to tech-house or pure electro lovers.
As for the official promo video, it was shot while performing @ LOFT Metropolis Paris.
Already supported by Thomas Gold, Molla & Marquis, DJs from Mars, Muttonheads, Fedo Mora, Eric Laville, Mico C & Adrien Toma (Fun Radio), Raf Marchesini, Ken Roll (Nycer), StarFleet USA, Esquire (Swedish House Mafia remixer) and many more...
Are you ready?
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The second remix in the package comes courtesy of Silk artist-of-the-moment Nigel Good, who has been on the warpath of late with a flurry of well supported remixes and singles. Specifically, his latest original "The Balance" has been played on radio by Above & Beyond, Max Graham, and tyDi in recent weeks and reached the Top 5 on Beaport's Progressive House Release Chart (as well as the Top 20 in Overall Releases); earlier this year, his standout remix of Aerosoul's "Time Is By Your Side" was featured on radio by Myon & Shane 54, Solarstone, and many more. Although Nigel's remix could accurately be categorized as a peak-hour stormer, the house-y rhythm lends the track a genre-bending versatility. Early on in the track, a signature electro-tinged bassline is introduced, as well as a radiant chord progression. Another Nigel Good trademark is presented soon thereafter: a gorgeous array of futuristically-processed vocal stabs, derived from the original vocal and other samples. Finally, OST's verse arrives in full splendor, with the many other instrumental elements offering great support behind it. Just as the build gains full momentum, it gives way to a poignant main break, in which the main vocal theme is coupled with an emotive piano score. The drop to follow is a pure dancefloor killer, as the layered bassline furiously cuts through the mix. A funky, Daft Punk-inspired synth adds even more flavor to the ebullient soundscape.