I've been trying to link to a lot of freebies on the blog, but now it's time to inform you about some tracks that are on sale now. Most of them are limited vinyl or going to be sold out soon, so if you fancy them, it might be best to hurry.
1. Bottin presents Message from the Leader
A new edit from my favorite Venetian. The Message From The Leader -side, the one that starts from 1:30 on the video is the winner here. I haven't been to figure out what's the original track, but the synths have a Patrick Adams flavor to them... Limited to 300 copies.
2. Theo Parrish - Ugly Edits CD comp
Let me say this first: Over 30 euros for a CD is a lot to pay. But when you consider that this is an official repress and the first press of the CD comp is bidding around 50 euros and the original vinyl singles - which are heavily bootlegged in not-so-good quality - ship sometimes near a hundred... well, it doesn't feel that bad - and probably for me the edit number 7 is alone worth the money.
3. Stevie Nicks - "Smiling At You" (Young Edits Going Home Version)
A piano and bass driven edit of Stevie Nicks. This one seems to have gone already from some distributors, so act fast if you want this one. Already tested and approved by so many tastemaker dj's. Kojak is a vinyl only label, so you have to look for that piece of plastic if you want it at full glory. Nice video too - I was there at the boat BTW.
4. Locussolus - I Want It (Lindstrom & Prins Thomas Remix)
I guess the least rare of the things listed here. Prins Thomas & Lindstrom doin' a remix again, and doing it well. Funniest track of the moment with all those horns, irresistible groove and those few nods to Venus. Can't wait to play this one.
5. Jazzanova feat Ben Westbeech - I Can See (Filippo Moscatello Rmx)
This Jazzanova track was originally released years ago, but now it gets the disco treatment. From the high quality label Wurst Edits, Filippo Moscatello really makes the best out of the soulful vocal and gets the show on the road with that rolling bassline. Wurst releases have the habit of selling all copies out, so better cop it if you see it around. It's also digitally available.
Have a good week,