Next up on Nang we are pleased to bring a really positive 3 year association with West Country, UK based collective Situation to a fruitful crescendo. After 4 singles, numerous remixes and a couple of Beach Disco mixes we are extremely proud to present the sister release "Revisions" to the debut album from Situation "Visions". This vinyl release features the remix highlights of the Situation album and some brand new exclusive remixes to boot.
Proceedings open up with the big nu-disco grooves of "Get To Know Me" with UK based Hot Toddy on the remix. Driving bass guitar and bags of dance floor sass. Next is the hypnotic oscillating groove of "Barcelona" with Psychemagik working their synth big room groove. Keeping the remix groove high and UK based next up is Wolverhampton based Peza with his pulsating synth bass lines working themselves into "Standing Here Baby".
Next up on Nang we are pleased to present the latest stomper from West Country, UK based collective, Situation. It is a jaunty vocal-house number which features the fine soul vocal talents of regular contributor Andre Espeut.
The track "Standing Here Baby" which recently featured on their debut album on Nang here gets the remix treatment for maximum dance floor manoeuvres.
Its deepest winter in London as we write this. The heroes of this release (UK Producer and DJ Pete Herbert and Bali based musician Martin Denev) are currently in Bali on the other side of the world. They are there in the sun and hot balmy evenings finishing off their album and we are stuck in the snow and sleet of a near-freezing east-end London.
It's a hot one. Sunshine here we come.
The Korvids are a catholic Glasgow Collective, spearheaded by singer-songwriter James Grant and Gordy Goudie. They marry a love of disco with the influence of Deodato, Axelrod, CSNY, Miles and anything else that takes their fancy. The debut single from The Korvids "Beach Coma" was released in 2015 and its summertime groove is a well known track on the US Sirius FM networks.
We are pleased to welcome our good friend Ilya Santana back onto Nang with a brand new release. This time Ilya turns back the dials firmly to the mid 80s with his analog synthfest classic "Hammerhead".
The original mix sounds like it came right off a John Carpenter soundtrack from 1986. The moody vocal from Linda Avelsson adding layers of sheen, gloss and depth to the dark moody sweeping synth. Slick picked electric guitar funk lines intersperse with cunning effect.