RSR035 – Nicc Johnson & Random Soul – All Over EP

RSR035-CD-SlipRandom Soul have teamed up with underground house, Pacha touring artist Nicc Johnson for another corker collaboration. Their hugely successful EP on Chicago based label Large music in 2012 hit numerous charts and is still being rocked by many of the worlds leading DJ’s.

This hot new EP is on the housier side, with 2 great explorations into their favourite deeper and classic style. Collaboratively worked on in Sydney between tours for all of the guys, this release is a worthy follow up and is sure to gain industry support again.

“All Over” is a simple yet groovy track, utilising a great bass line, mixed with chord swells and mystical vocal cuts. It’s a deep house thing, and if you’re into the deeper stuff, then this one is definitely going to work in your sets.

Lastly, the more driving of the 2 tracks is “Fly Free”. An old school chord progression pushed this track along and helps to build it into an epic club track. This becomes a must for any Spiritchaser or Directors Cut lovers, and will leave a mark on any discerning club dance floor.

Available at Traxsource

Coming soon to iTunes

Coming soon to Beatport

Coming soon to Stompy

RSR034 – Yogi & Husky – We Won’t Give Up EP

RSR034-CD-SlipYogi & Husky return with a killer 2 track EP stuffed with groove. First up they get moody with “I Won’t Give Up”, which is an epic deep house gem. Hypnotic chords, building synths and some classic sounding arps all help to bring this one straight into a peak time essential. Next, RSR has recruited chart topping producer Samir Maslo to lend his talents to “I Won’t Give Up”. Bringing his big drums, rolling bass and a well crafted piano progression, Samir’s remix is on point and sure to climb the charts! Closing out the EP is the nu-disco monster “Why Can’t We See”. Using some layering, some chopped vocals and spacey synths, this one is jumping through the speakers and throwing itself on the dance floor.

Available at Traxsource

Available at iTunes

Available at Beatport

Available at Stompy

RSR033 – Random Soul – Up To Get Down EP

“Up When I’m Down” is a sample heavy, party tune, that has been tried and tested for the last 6 months in their sets, both home and abroad. The funkiest bass groove, combined with vocals from the original Commodore’s song, makes this one straight up for the disco lovers. Next is the Nu-Disco jam, “Do The Boogaloo”. Straight from the 70’s, this one is ripe for any boogie fans or just for those looking for a cheeky party starter. Yogi & Husky then transform “Up When I’m Down” to a more club friendly affair. Filtering and building a hypnotic loop, this remix taps into the main room. Add a few building synths and a dreamy arp and this remix hits the spot nicely.

Available at Traxsource

Available at iTunes

Available at Beatport

Available at Stompy

RSR032 – Yogi & Husky feat Natalie Conway – Lost Inside Your Eyes

Yogi & Husky are back with a fiery, future classic. “Lost Inside Your Eyes” features the vocalist extraordinaire that is in high demand, Natalie Conway. It is a tribute to the deeper and bumpy sound that Yogi & Husky are best known for and love playing in their sets. A muted organ bass, filtered piano and side chained synths give this jam an old school feel too, and will be moving any dance floor, while bringing everyone together as it builds to a climactic break. Give this one a hammer and let it do the work for you. Straight up thriller and no filler!!!

Available at Traxsource

Available at iTunes

Available at Beatport

Available at Stompy

RSR031 – Set Mo feat Erin Marshall – Keep On (Yogi & Husky’s Remix)

The Sydney-based duo SET MO are starting to forge their sound and have a beautifully crafted, catchy tune here. After hearing the vocal and message of “Keep On”, RSR was hooked. YOGI & HUSKY’S remix of “Keep On” spices things up, opting for a club focused mix, with elements of Deep and Garage. Tried and tested, this one rocks it out as a peak-time essential. Get on it!

Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM

Available at RSR Store

RSR030 – Random Soul – Hooked Upon Your Love

 

Wrapping up the singles from their debut-featured album ‘Live For The Moment’, ‘Hooked Upon On Your Love’ captures the Soulful side of Random Soul’s productions. With lush vocals from Yogi, driving funk guitar and live bass, Live horns and funky synth work, this track is a funk monster and a must have for any soldiers of soul.

First up on the remixes we have Russian funk master Pasha Nofrost. Pasha is best known for his winning interpretation Hardsoul’s ‘Back Together’. He took out the winning remix for Traxsource, which threw him into the spotlight of the soulful house realm. His remix of ‘Hooked’ is no acception to his soulful routes, bumping a groove that is perfect for the summer parties around the world. Funky bass, 80′s inspired synth’s and jacked up beats help this remix bounce into the poolside dj sets.

Up next is the Sydney duo, ‘Set Mo’ making some fresh waves in the deeper house realm. The boys have taken a moody and yet big room deep house approach to this soulful vocal. This is a proven dance floor destroyer for the late night sleazy deep house freaks out there, don’t sleep !

Needing little introduction and a perfect way to wind up a funk fueled single release, we have South African producer extraordinaire, Shane D. Best known for his ability to add energy to a soulful groove, Shane’s remix oozes class and it one that will surely get the ladies moving. Straight up soul music promoting a happy vibe, let the music take you there!

Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM

Available at RSR Store

RSR029 – Random Soul Feat. Kristin Pearson – “Hard To Love Me”

The 5th single from Random Soul’s debut artist album is “Hard To Love Me”. It features the up-front vocal performance of RSR’s resident vocalist, Kristen Pearson. This bouncy, summer infused song features lush melodies and rocking guitar riffs that drive this energy right to the pool parties and summer festivals.

The RS lads decided to take on remix duties too, giving it a slice of sleazy nu-disco heaven. With a building synth arp and looped vocal, this track is going to smash up the place. Breaking down to a more soulful and groove based outro, this is truly a colourful remix. Paying tribute to a sound that both Yogi & Husky are personally very fond of. Let this one take you to a happy place.

Up next on the remix is the Soul Deluxe front man from Switzerland, Steven Stone. Giving this track the perfect club feel and sound that is definitely killing it right now. Using lush pads, and a driving organ bass feel, this one%u2019s ready for summer in Europe or a dark winter club set for the southern hemisphere house heads. 

Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM

Available at RSR Store

RSR028 – Random Soul Feat. Chuck Love – “Another Day”

The 4th single from the debut artist album of Random Soul, “Another Day” is a beautiful and timeless piece of music. Hailed by many as the most intricate and explorative from the album, the track highlights the musicianship that all 3 artists bring. Chuck’s amazing horn and flute lines, mixed with Paul Winn’s epic guitar solo and rhythm parts, along with Yogi’s steady and soulful voice, are an organic exploration for the senses. This release could also be described as a breath of fresh air in an increasingly electronic infused environment.

On the remix front is the always impeccable “Cool Million”. Hailing from Denmark & Germany, the duo have had numerous artist albums which feature lush 80′s style funk and soulful disco infused tracks, to give them their trademark sound. Their remix is a brilliant combination of soul, disco and boogie, wrapped in clever drums, keyboard & guitar work. This is truly a masterpiece and we’re very proud to have them giving their touch to this song. 

The multi-instrumental, very talented Mr “Chuck Love” then steps up and locks in on a late night sleazy rendition of the song. Sticking to his trademark late night vibe, Chuck still manages to incorporate the soulful vibes of the track, but gives it a nasty kick in the pants to make this a perfect track to reach for when looking for a tasty vocal to break the club apart.

Enjoy this unique pack of mixes for “Another Day”, a welcomed adventure in the midst of all this electronica!

Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM

Available at RSR Store

RSR027 – Random Soul Feat. Kyla Sexton – “Are We”

‘Are We’ is the 3rd single from Random So ‘Are We’ seems to float effortlessly with the incredible vocals from Kyla Sexton, combined with amazing guitar licks from Paul Winn, of Paul Winn Band. A true classic has been born here, and we know this track will echo for years with true deep and soulful house fans. 

On the remix, we have 2 BIG hitters in the house scene, that need little introduction. Scott Diaz and Grammy nominee, Jay-J.

Scott’s mixes are simply amazing! Using his trademark ‘Jackin’ beats combined with a slippery, sliding bass groove and his recognisable vocal cut-ups, this dub packs a punch. Make no mistakes, it’s ready for the club. Scott rarely puts a foot wrong in his productions, and we feel this could be one of his best to date!

Up next is Jay-J. Best known for his combination of sounds between his 2 main residencies, San Francisco and New York, Jay-J has used both of these cities to influence this remix. His trademark soulful touch combined with the upfront beats and bass that help make it a dance floor filler.

 Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM

 Available at RSR Store

RSR026 – Random Soul Feat. Joshua Heath – “Time To Funk”

Welcome to the second single from the debut album from Random Soul, ‘Live For The Moment’. Hailed as the funkiest hip shaker off the album, ‘Time To Funk’ pays tribute to the heads that don’t mind a little funk and rap to kick start their Saturday night.

Featuring the creative vocals from LA’s best known beat hustler, Joshua Heath combined with Random Soul’s synth work and Will Farge’s Tenor sax brilliance, This track is going to be shaking booties like the Fresh Prince of Bell-Air!

First up on the remixes is the talented Jay Vegas. Glitzy by name and by nature, Jay works this track into a peak time house monster. Using clever samples, driving jackin beats and cutting up the sax for a memorable club cut that every house head needs!

Joshua Heath then takes us on a sleazy tech house journey with his ‘Heath’s Milk Was A Bad Choice Dub’. While offering a nasty bassline and trippy vocal reworks, this one is a must for those amongst us that don’t mind getting a little sideways. 

With a funky ‘Random Soul Dub’ rework and an extended DJ friendly mix, this is an all round beefy single that helps remind us all that; If it’s time to funk, then it’s time to dance!

Available at RSR Store

Available at TRAXSOURCE.COM