Releases

Silversix’s second release on Suckmusic – Murder at Midnite is simply, a timeless house track. A melody is always key to a dance track that is remembered. The sax hook is one of those happy yet melancholic tunes that definitely hangs around in your head for a while. Accompanied with strings and an almost reggae off beat piano, the track bounces along with a bouncy Silversix beat.

The remixes of this track complete our strongest release package to date. Chardy’s mix is a club version that has been making dance floors heave, while Heath Renata delivers a big Dubstep remix which is..yeah…tuff! Nick Coleman finishes off the remix duties with a deep, piano driven house vibe.

Orkestrated (Adam Bartas & Dean Paps) presented Suckmusic with Club Talk. A tough, driving track, a sound & attitude very popular with club goers atm. The vocals are very suburban, raw and rough. If you don’t like it, we don’t really care, we’re having fun kind of thing. Dean Del’s remix is a stripped back version of the original, while John Baptiste gives us a very nice alternative version of club affairs! Exclusive to Beatport.

A-Side is Silversix’s first release for Suckmusic. Both tracks on the release are getting plenty of play time around Melbourne. Bring It Back has been a much requested release by club goers, while A-Side has party time written all over it!

Without A Cause is John Baptiste’s first release for Suckmusic. Bass, horns, weird vocals, this track has many things about it that we like. The promo has been doing the rounds in all the right Melbourne clubs and always gets a vibe of approval from the house. Label boss Nick Coleman & young gun Heath Renata deliver two complementing versions of the original. All our catalog is available on Beatport, iTunes and on all other major online stores.