Our next Free Download is a special homegrown one. Amsterdam producer and DJ duo Cleavage are two musical child wonders that – thankfully – found each other in the Amsterdam nightlife a couple of years ago. Since then they have been nailing down hit after hit on labels no less than Spinnin’ Deep, Musical Freedom and Toolroom.

This time the duo took the tough job of giving St. Germain’s timeless classic So Flute a 2015 dance floor jacket. What we know from the longhaired and paint creative boys is that they got a perfect feeling for club viable beats and rhymes. No less is true for their interpretation of So Flute. While paying respect to the original, the added drums, effects, a solid warm kick and stretchy baseline result in two climaxes that will surely give both jazz and house heads peace of mind (and ears).

Cleavage’ twosome project kick-started during the summer of 2013 with an edit of R. Kelly’s iconic Bump & Grind that topped the blog download charts and put the duo on the map. Consequently their follow up big room hit Prove got heavy circulation in the clubscene in Amsterdam. With which they easily managed all expectation of that always-difficult follow up record. Prove later even got signed to Tiësto’s Musical Freedom label.

After the success of the two above described tracks, Cleavage teamed up with Lars Vegas (from Detroit Swindle) with whom they scored another house chart monster by the name of Grace. This cut was released on Mark Knight’s Toolroom records from London and immediately reached the first spot on Traxsource and got fourth in the overall deephouse chart of 2014 at Traxsource as well.

We are sure Ludovic Navare of St. Germain would approve this new in the clubs, now do you?

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New York ’78 – It’s Saturday night and there’s a full moon. Blood is crawling in hidden places. On New York’s West 54th Street stands an endless row of fans who are dying to get into Studio 54 and become part of the inside crowd. Studio 54 is the only thing that really matters to these loyal followers. In the infamous VIP-room of the club owned by Steve Rubell events take place that never see daylight. But some things are just irreversible. There are rumours that Freddie Mercury and Blondie (Debbie Harry) found each other in the middle of the night, while being in ecstasy. During this night something that is rather unthought of happened. Freddie Mercury, who is gay, makes love to Blondie in a shadow corner of the VIP room, and makes her pregnant. Blondie decides to keep the baby, while being at the height of her career. Between her two most successful albums ‘Paralellel Lines’ and ‘Eat to the Beat’, Blondie is off the radar for five months - ‘sick’, and does not accept any performances. Nightlife people say that she gave birth to a boy, who was brought forth amid all the buzz of the nightlife, and has music flowing through every cell in his body.

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