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DJ Sprinkles, Hardrock Striker - Skylax House Explosion (Under The Loft) mp3 flac

  • Singer: DJ Sprinkles
  • Album: Skylax House Explosion (Under The Loft)
  • MP3: 1571 mb | FLAC: 1878 mb
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: House, Deep House
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 439
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DJ Sprinkles, Hardrock Striker - Skylax House Explosion (Under The Loft) mp3 flac

To celebrate two decades of Skylax Records and a long musical partnership, DJ Sprinkles and Hardrock Striker team up as . Skylax House Explosion) to present the first of three exclusive vinyl releases accompanying the Mix CD for the 20 Years Compilation. All three EPs feature previously unreleased music personally curated by DJ Sprinkles and Hardrock Striker

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All three records are worth grabbing, but this one beams in comparison. The best track across the trilogy, in my opinion, is the Flabaire track

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Home House Deep House DJ Sprinkles, Hardrock Striker – Skylax House Explosion. DJ Sprinkles, Hardrock Striker – Skylax House Explosion. Label/Cat Skylax Records Source: WEB Release date: 22-5-2018 Format: flac Quality: lossless Genre: Electronic Style: Techno/House. Disc 1 1. Garage Shelter – Soul 2 Soul (An Outro) (01:28) 2. An Expresso – Club Called The Garage (06:31) 3. Jason Grove – John Blue (05:52) 4. Nick Beringer – Gasp (06:31) 5. Simoncino – Inga’s Creme (Chez Damier Morning After Mix Part One) (06:07) 6. Soul System & Nicholas – Everything Must Change (07:03) 7. Sameed – Bad.

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Two excellent house mixes sourced exclusively from the Skylax Records catalogue. DJ Sprinkles & Hardrock Striker - Skylax House Explosion Skylax Records, the label run by Joseph G Bendavid, AKA Hardrock Striker, has a reputation for house music that often stands up to the classic sounds that inspired it. Its fiercely independent ethos, encapsulated in its slogan "Stay underground, it pays," might not have resulted in piles of cash rolling in, but it has reaped dividends in terms of winning it respect. The rest of the mix follows in typical DJ Sprinkles fashion. Gil Scott-Heron's voice surfaces on "Everything Must Change," as it did on Sprinkles' 2013 remix of Oh Yoko's "Seashore. What really stamps this as a DJ Sprinkles set, though, is the melancholy and tenderness of moments like Damien Zala's vocal on "Shake Vibration," or the deep-blue synths of Carlos Nilmmns' "Gwen's Song.

To celebrate two decades of Skylax Records, label head Hardrock Striker teams up with long time friend and co-worker DJ Sprinkles as SKYLAX HOUSE EXPLOSION (. They present the second of three exclusive vinyl releases accompanying the Mix CD for the 20 Years Compilation. All three EPs will feature previously unreleased music curated by DJ Sprinkles and Hardrock Striker. I think of one time in New York when they wouldn t let me into the Loft, and I could hear they were actually playing one of my records on the dance floor at that very moment. I shit you not. – DJ Sprinkles, Midtown 120.

Tracklist

A1 Sinan Kaya What's Mine Is Mine
A2 Flabaire Riders In The Sun
B1 Love Island Love Connection (After Hours Mix)
B2 Slowdawn Don't Play Around
B3 Sameed See Ma Thing On You

Credits

  • Design [Layout] – 2257AD, Hardrock Striker
  • Photography – Kishin Shinoyama


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This is definitely my favorite of the "House Explosion" trilogy. All three records are worth grabbing, but this one beams in comparison. Each track is a slice of high quality that does an exceptional job of capturing an old house vibe that only seemed to exist in the early 90s. My favorite part about these EPs is I had heard of none of these artists previously (with the exception of Move D on the first EP), and now I'm having a great time hunting down records from all of the artists included here. The best track across the trilogy, in my opinion, is the Flabaire track. He lays down a juicy groove and lets it build over the span of eight minutes while sprinkling in warm synthesizers and subtle pads, making each listen a highly enjoyable one. Quality stuff here.
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