17.11Simone Burrini – Simplosive (Luca Bear Remix)

After a crazy night watching Hector, Guti, Tini and Mr Loco Dice himself destroy Gibb Street Warehouse in Birmingham last night I am feeling a little bit delicate today. This track however has saved the day and perked me right up ready for round two!

Luca Bear is another producer who we have a lot of admiration for at NOYZ. Luca’s production seems to improve with every release and he has a distinct sense of groove that really shines through in his tracks. He has released music on some great labels including Bla Bla, Viva Music, Robsoul and one of our favourite labels here at NOYZ, Gregor Tresher‘s Break New Soil.

This particular track is a remix for Simone Burrini on Moan Recordings. Moan are a young label that formed at the end of 2011 however they have already grown a long list of admirers for their consistently strong releases. We are definitely on that list and always get excited when they release new music. This particular release doesn’t disappoint, all six tracks are excellent but for us its the huge bassline, off beat snares and overall groove of Luca’s remix that literally had me fist pumping the air whist I was sat on my own writing this post!

Here is a clip of the remix.

You can buy the full release including Luca’s remix on Beatport by clicking here.

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14.11Secret Cinema vs Max D-Loved – Wow Cat (The Junkies Remix)

Today we deliver a slice of techno from two of our favourite producers – The Junkies

This remix which was released this week on Sian‘s Octopus Records has the trademark sound of The Junkies all over it. Like any track that is produced by these guys the low end of the track thumps hard, whilst the live drums and clever chopped vocals keep the track grooving along nicely. You have probably noticed how much love we have for a certain Carlo Lio and its really no surprise that Carlo and The Junkies are close friends. All are Toronto natives and have become label mates on Dubfire‘s SCI+TEC label.

The Junkies also have their own label Local Music which has seen some excellent releases and is growing rapidly. One of our favourite techno releases of this year, Ron Costa – La Cage Invisible was released on the label in January of this year with a remix from none other than Carlo Lio & The Junkies. Make sure you check it out if you love stomping techno (which obviously you do as you are reading this website)

Right enough chat here is the remix in all its glory.

You can buy the full release including the great original by Secret Cinema vs Max DLoved by clicking here

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