Spacey Space returns to the Suckmusic party in 2011 in stunning fashion. A 4 part recording of his Sunday night set at Revolver. Awesome!!
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.
Although a NZ native, like all good things from the land of the long white cloud Australians have been more than happy to claim Heath Renata as their own. He’s made his mark on the Melbourne club and festival circuit, holding down regular appearances at hotspots like Korova Milk Bar, Sorry Grandma and Room680, as well as featuring at festivals like Summadayze and Winter Sound System.
Heath’s productions continue to develop and impress. Check out his dope ass dubstep remix of Silversix’s Murder at Midnite. TUFF! Nice to see a producer stepping out of the 4/4 realm and giving Melbourne club goers a taste of something a bit different.
Suckmusic in association with Thick as thieves present: Round Table Knights @ Revolver Upstairs Sunday night 12.12.2010.
2010 was a phenomenal year for the Swiss duo with two stellar EPs in Calypso and Cut To The Top both released to huge acclaim alongside an impressive string of remixes culminating in their sensational remix of Tensnake’s Coma Cat, released on Defected in September.
The mix will be available for download in the future so keep an eye out. Big thanks to the guys for letting us record and post the mix.
It has become standard in Melbourne after the big events, the “Unofficial” afterparty. TFU can lay fair claim to pioneering this trend, and it is no surprise that these parties are renowned for being lots of fun and EXTREMELY loose. Riback recorded his set to a packed TFU after Melbourne Stereosonic festival. It was a banging party!
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.