KriSand have pulled together a beautiful breaks track with great synth lines and a lovely vocals. Deeflash has torn up the track into a sweet tech house remix and Tony Rocky Horror pushes things one step forward going with a sick dubstep remix.
After taking last month off, we are back again with another sweet podcast episode! This month we have Brother Brooks tearing the place up with his sweet mix of disco house, breaks, and some progressive house music.
Xen Ochren is known for his deep and progressive sound and Heart is a great example of this. Heart is a dark breaks track that goes deep. Brother Brooks, Kevin Oneel, and Reborn all provide great support for this release with solid breaks remixes that show a broad interpretation of the original track.
Chicago has always been a town of great tastes. From sports to hotdogs, when you head there you know you are going to be getting a real treat. House music is just another one of those treats. Chicago native Tommie Boy is delivers exactly that with I Love Your Beat on MK837.
Kevin Oneel has posted his new top 10 chart for December on Beatport featuring some great tracks from MK837!
Brother Brooks takes us on a three course trip with his latest offering Progress. It lets us delve a bit deeper into his mind and inner workings. From atmospheric breaks to groovy deep house, Brother Brooks’ second offering on MK837 adds a main floor to the strong foundation he laid with Salt Symphony.
We’re very proud to announce Dave Richards’ debut album, The Thyme Gatherer! Releasing in February, The Thyme Gatherer showcases his love of dark vibes and good times. Weaving a tail of discovery and excitement, The Thyme Gatherer beautifully blends deep, tech, tribal and progressive house grooves together and takes the listener on a unique and unexpected listening experience.
With releases on top house labels like Next Dimension Music and Balkan Connection, Dima is making a name for himself as a great producer of progressive house music. His last release on MK837, Great White Throne, was well received gaining support by top worldwide DJs including Matt Darey.