We’re back with our second day of programming under lockdown & isolation. Today begins with a bedroom mix from Mall Grab; get comfortable.
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‘Gotta have house, music, all night long’. Those words, to any self-declared house music fan, are instantly recognizable. The pianos, that kick drum, they’re sounds that are synonymous with electronic music and Marshall Jefferson’s ‘Move Your Body’ is a bonafide classic.
The track has just been given a makeover with Marshall and UK duo Solardo collaborating on a new edit. This re-imagining just spent 46 days at Beatport number one, an all-time record for the website and was also playlisted on BBC Radio One for a massive nine weeks.
Marshall is now busier than ever as he’s currently on a worldwide tour that sees him perform at House Of Yes in NYC on February 29th and also alongside Kerri Chandler at a Warehouse Project event in March. He’s currently working on producing a new Ten City album and with a European tour about to be announced, Jefferson is back where he belongs, at the top of the house music game.
this week we have our dutch label mates Rupert & Mennert again with a great new mix for our weekly CBLS radioshow. Enjoy!
01 Tunnelvisions – Khan’s Mantra [Atomnation]
02 Maya Jane Coles – Don’t Tell Me [I/AM/ME]
03 Eliad Kazais & Maria Zigomani – Infinity Lines [Double Cheese Records]
04 KH – Only Human [Text Records]
05 John Tejada – Promo Committee [Palette Recordings]
06 Tomasz Guiddo with Nirosta Steel – go back (Sharokh Dini Remix) [Compost Disco]
07 Daniel Bortz and Sascha Sibler – yuppie [Watergate Records]
08 Web Web – Sandia (Beanfield Remix) [Compost]
09 Guy Gerber and Dixon – No Distance [Rumors]
10 Kölsch – US1873 [Fabric]
► At long last, Peggy Gou stepped up to play for us and it was worth the wait. Out to the diehards bringing Peggy Shoe as a joke from Glastonbury to Dekmantel, well done you.
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