Tag: Jody Wisternoff

Premiere: Way Out West – Set My Mind (Maxxi Soundsystem Remix)

Coming off the hotly anticipated new album from Way Out West, ‘Set My Mind’ marks its second single. Now, with three brand new remixes off the track, the Nick Warren/Jody Wisternoff project gets the exclusive premiere treatment courtesy of Maxxi Soundystem‘s stellar interpretation. With releases on the likes of Hypercolour and Futureboogie, Maxxi Soundsystem provides his trademark melodic take on the remix. Also, the package features ‘Set My Mind’ remixes from Bicep-championed Brassica, as well as the latest Anjunadeep signing Luttrell. “Set My Mind” is available 20 January on Anjunadeep Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/premiere-way-out-west-set-my-mind-maxxi-soundsystem-remix” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Koelle – Over Clouds Feat. Elli (Original Mix)

Making his Anjunadeep debut with “Over Clouds” is Germany’s Koelle. No stranger to respectable imprints, with releases on Traum, Schallplatten, and Needwant, Koelle’s brand of melodic electronica has won fans in label mates Jody Wisternoff, Martin Roth, and Cubicolor. A classically trained cellist, musicality oozes through this one of a kind artist, as was witnessed with his “All You Got” collaboration with Elli. Now,  he and Elli team up once again to bring today’s exclusive premiere in the form of ‘Over Clouds’. “Over Clouds” is available 2 September on Anjunadeep Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/premiere-koelle-over-clouds-feat-elli-original-mix” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”E40045″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Full Premiere: Leftwing & Kody – Tell Me (Original Mix)

Leftwing & Kody, aka Jon Kong and Chris Aidy, return to Anjunadeep after “Deep In”, their epic contribution to last year’s label compilation, with “Tell Me”. You can hear the driving, bass-infused house track here first.  Leftwing & Kody grab a sound from the past and bring it right up to date with their own stylistic flourishes. They derive their influences from old-school UK garage releases from labels like Nice n Ripe, Swing City and 500 Rekords. The results are jacking grooves, swinging hats, hooky, low slung synths and monstrous basslines that have been bringing heat to UK dance floors ... Read more