Distinct elements of the left coast sound are woven throughout this barnstorming slab of floaty yet driving dance music. The groove, which just happens to be tighter than a gnat’s ass stretched over a wagon wheel, will insight a proggy chacha riot on your dancefloor long before the Ragga MC chimes in with the well timed vocal.
33 Rev (Original Mix)
33 Rev (Blake Jarrell & Starkid's Crunker Mix)
"Move Your Body". Sound like a command? It is. In this track, Matt Phillips AKA Piece Process, delivers a totally overpowering slice of fortified progressive house music. Built on a foundation of solid and funky grooves, the track is a tightly woven contraption with the sole purpose of making clubbers lose their marbles on the dancefloor.
Move Your Body
Right Or Wrong
Nova Satori is a two-headed monster. Don't be fooled by the original mix, which is deceptively deep - hiding in progressive camouflage until it attacks with weapons of bass destruction.
Nova Satori (Original Mix)
Nova Satori (Josh Gabriel Remix)
“No Start For a Change” is tight and techy, yet built for the main room with pressure packed drums and huge, expansive sounds & melodies.
No Start For A Change (Piece Process Mix)
No Start For A Change (Original Mix)
Down in Bass County
The original mix has got a 4/4 groove that’s locked in tight, growling bass that won’t quit, and a melody that could bring the emotions out of a rock. Momu’s audacious remix sets Jamie’s melodics against expertly crafted breaks and shocking amounts of bass.
The Night Before (Original Mix)
The Night Before (Momu Remix)
Uber-brilliant producers R. Palazuelos (in Tokyo) and D. Gropper (in San Francisco) did not let the largest ocean in the world prevent them from creating this absolute monster of a track. Loöq Records is proud to present the debut track from two names that will surely make the dance music history books.
Ripples (Original Mix)
Ripples (Jondi & Spesh Remix)
San Francisco producer Chuck 'n Roll is just one person, but his sound is an army. Deeply compelling, driving, and haunting, "Playing Dirty" will pull you into a vortex of rhythmic fascination.
Playing Dirty (Original Mix)
Playing Dirty (Jondi & Spesh Remix)
San Francisco artist Reza shows once again he can bring the music back to dance music whilst staying firmly cheese free. The A-side mix is a sublime opener or dreamy closer, or even a mid-set gem for the deeper variety of DJ.
Unspoken Words (Original Mix)
Unspoken Words (Momu Remix)