A global institution in dance music, few brands come bigger than Ministry of Sound. The UK based giant has been operating as the crème de la crème of dance music for more than three decades now, with a record label and radio station all part of the company's ever-growing sub-family. Without a doubt, the headquarters and heartbeat of Ministry is the
Three of Poland's bright and upcoming talents recently made a huge splash with an incredible new remix. Nuyorica, who began their roots back in 2010, have just dropped their own rendition of Watermät's Spinnin' Records release titled "Fade". Consisting of members Norbert Trofimiuk, Mateusz Kuźnicki, and Bartosz Maciaszek, Nuyorica have gained recognition for their small, but impressive discography. The trio achieved tremendous success for their single
French Disk Jockey and Producer Watermät has finally returned with another dose of his refreshing original sound. Adored within the electronic dance music scene, his output has been amply consistent with its high degree of quality. Coming from a background as a writer and producer rather than an artist, Watermät was far from the first endeavor from the summer hit maker. Writing tracks for
Watermät entered the industry relatively unknown, but managed to catapult himself into the spotlights of modern house music and become one of Spinnin' Deep's most illustrious artists. His Sparks EP certainly wasn’t a sensational breakout moment, but some five months later the anonymous tunesmith found a spin on the buzz surrounding modern sounds and tones that had artists and fans sharpened their ears.
Ever since the artist on the mid-2014 deep house hit 'Bullit' was revealed, eyes were set on Watermät's output. And with releases like 'Frequency' along with TAI and 'Portland' with German artist Moguai, the rise has been nothing but spectacular. Building a faithful fan-base and a reputation to take the listeners straight to the beach sand, the Frenchman returns to Spinnin' Records with 'Spherik'. The track
It's always a difficult decision to pick the track of the summer, but this one has a lot of potential in my books. Wätermat & MOGUAI join forces, two very different kind of producers. Deep house meets big room and progressive house; the result: 'Portland'. Premiered by Pete Tong on his BBC Radio 1 more than a month ago, this mammoth