Before he was busy producing some of the most uplifting dance anthems of the last few years, British songwriter, lyricist, and producer Gary Louca was refining his sound under the moniker of Xturnal. It was a name that became synonymous with the 90’s, but now, almost three decades later, Louca has taken on a new, brighter form. Joining forces with international songwriter and producer Bradon Grobler, Louca is now a central part of the UK’s hottest, pop music production duo, Deltiimo.
Deltiimo only truly began in early 2017, with the pair meeting to working on remixes for Irish singer George Rigby, but soon became one of the year most prolific creative forces. Together, they co-wrote over an album’s worth of songs and were quickly signed their first song to Mental Madness Records. Although they’ve predominantly blazed a trail of modern hits, for their latest single they’ve taken the time to look back and reflect on past anthems.
Although originally an underground hit in 1992 under Louca’s Xturnal moniker, Deltiimo have taken “Welcome To The Real World” and made it into a contemporary club anthem of their very own. It’s been reworked, redefined, and reinvented, with brand vocals from the brilliant Lisa and a far more vibrant aesthetic. It’s a track that hit the #1 spot on Kings Of Spin’s on its very first day, and it’s easy to see why.
Lyrically, the song is as uplifting and positive as Deltiimo can be, setting the positive vibes against a flowing wave of dance beats and house electronics. The music echoes with 90’s nostalgia, holding firm to the original piece, while the production manages to give a far more contemporary feel to the piece, letting it comfortably lie somewhere between modern and dated. It’s a solid slice of Deltiimo magic that sees the duo shifting their focus and taking stock of their past work, proving that while their own branding might be new, there’s an absolute wealth of talent and history within.
You can stream “Welcome To The Real World” on Spotify, and catch their new lyric video on YouTube above!
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Adam Davenport Evolves His Sound: “What’s The Matter With You” Is A Real House Banger
Adam Davenport‘s new track “What’s The Matter With You” popped up on streaming services last week. Extraordinarily, Don Diablo, Tchami, Steff da Campo + other big names in the industry are supporting this Future House banger. I believe it has partly been successful because of the lively beats that will get people up and dance. On this occasion, the New York City-based talent takes a housey direction and evolves with a different sound which contrasts with his previous EDM productions.
If truth be told, I can’t get off my mind those bass drops, Samba-like rhythm, and vocal chops. In no time, its carnivalesque essence creates a fun atmosphere at anyplace and anytime. That’s the reason why “What’s The Matter With You” has charted top ten with the largest DJ record pool this week. Isn’t that awesome? Yes, it is! 😉
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Stream In Full Kid Loose’s New Mixtape On Ghetto House Radio 📻
The well-known Californian DJ Kid Loose shares a new mixtape on Ghetto House Radio. Believe it or not, he makes his debut on the Top 100 House Music Mix Charts via Mixupload, achieving a high position at number 34. Moreover, this amazing podcast keeps listeners engaged mainly with commercial housey remixes and bootlegs. The track selection has great importance because he includes alternative versions of vocal hits. That said, it’s almost impossible not to like the way he mixes these bass-heavy, uptempo beats. I can easily foresee the masses bobbing their heads, you can tell by just streaming this audio in full below.
1 – All of Me – John Legend ( Samuele Sartini, Jonk & Spook Bootleg)
2 – Another – Tim Baresko & Clyde P (Mercer Extended Remix)
3 – Grapevine – Tiesto (Vidojean x Oliver Loenn Tech Boot)
4 – Nothing Breaks Like A Heart – Miley Cyrus (Zach Ruby Remix)
5 – Sexy and I Know It – LMFAO (Birds Remix)
6 – My Kinda Man – Paul Morrell Feat. Anaya Day (Haipa Remix)
7 – Macaco Mata El Toro – Nicola Fasano, Dual Beat (Club Mix)
8 – Just Release Me – Me & My Toothbrush (Original Club Mix)
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Get Moving With This Funky Groove From Jerry Aura & Sylvain Luka
French DJs Jerry Aura & Sylvain Luka have a new jam that will make you move no matter what. One might realize pretty quickly that the funky groove of “Better Than That” is designed to blow your mind. Not to mention, the piano-driven beat works so well together with jazzy horns, plus, the soulful vocals from J Fitz bring to mind retro music. Last year, Jerry hit the Top 100 of the iTunes Pop Charts with a remix for Single Spark, entitled “Time”. Soon, the artist will release a remix pack for “Better Than That”, with varied styles. Hopefully, he will be able to repeat the same success with the upcoming release. Meanwhile, discover the original version below.
Quickfire Interview With: Jerry Aura
2 – You got involved in the music realm because…
It’s my passion for years, I wanted to do my job.
3 – Your sound is…
Funky / Groovy.
4 – Your biggest inspiration is…
5 – Fans should listen to your new single “Better Than That” because…
It’s a very catchy sound for the summer that’s coming. ☺
“Better Than That” represents very well my music style and the influences that will be in my next music.
7 –Your most memorable career moment so far has been…
When I mixed at “La Chunga” in Cannes, it was amazing.
8 – Your dream is…
To be able to play my music all over the world.
9 – Your next release is called…
“Come Over Baby”.
10 – Your all-time favourite track is…
David Guetta – Memories.
12 – If you weren’t a DJ and Producer you’d probably be…
A Journalist in music or label manager.
13 – You’ll only stop making music if…
I can’t answer that question, I hope it will never happen. ^^☺
14 – In a few years, you want to be…
A Dj – Producer appreciated for his music, it’s essential.
15 – What are you doing for the rest of the day?
I’m going to the conservatory of music, I take piano lessons.
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Chicago Duo AYOO Deliver A Unique Remix Of Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
Let’s start the week off with this remix by AYOO delivered in a unique fashion. On this occasion, the Chicago-based duo, James and Eric put their signature Bass House style on Lauryn Hill‘s “Doo Wop”. This is a classic hit from the late 90s that will bring back good memories of your childhood. Lauryn is considered one of the best female rappers in America. In this context, these creative Producers try to preserve her original rapid-fire flow, taking us on a nostalgic trip. Furthermore. they inject some breakbeat-like drops as extra elements. What’s more, it’s also loaded with electrified beats for today’s generation. In conclusion, you can explore influences from the past and present. Enjoy this new AYOO remix!
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Exclusive Stream: Wawa & DJ Gleb’s ‘Secret Land’ 2k19 EP
In 1988, sensational European singer, Sandra topped the charts with “Secret Land”, which is an adaptation of Hubert Kemmler-produced song “Trenchcoat Man”. Surprisingly, after 22 years, Wawa & DJ Gleb remixed this classic hit, but what really made it even more authentic, was the addition of Sharon May Linn vocals. Time passed, and these guys returned with a 2k19 EP, featuring housey remixes from Heart Saver, DJ Vartan & Techcrasher. Of course, they turned it into a modern club heater offering up a proper rendition of the highest quality. Perhaps, most importantly, fans of the original will love this package as the intensely emotional delivery of the lyrics remains the same. Give yourself a treat and stream in full below.
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