With releases on Stereo, Armada, and more recently Heldeep, Unomas is one of those artists you want to keep an eye on! His song with the legendary Roland Clark, “I’m Coming In,” made some serious noise on all dance floors worldwide. This month we are featuring his most recent tune, “I Want You,” with fellows Redondo and Thero Mandrelli. Expect more tunes from this versatile artist. Stay tuned!
Following his Boiler Room set in March with his partner in crime, Oscar G., Lazaro Casanova delivers his edit of “Bad influence” out now on Cuff with maestros Amine Edge & Dance on the original.
Dude Skywalker are going soulful with their latest track “Dance Me to The End of Love," the trio is a regular of Miami talents and their edit of Kerala Dust is such a beauty, well done!
Katiahshe paired up a few times with Oscar G for some impressive tunes like "My Life" released on Nervous. This time she comes up with Elegua featuring Oba Frank Lords. This release features ethnic chants with Spanish and English lyrics. For a moment, close your eyes and travel into the Cuban heritage of Miami!
Enormous Tunes producer, Alexander Orue, brings us his latest remix of "Cheat Codes Feat. Demi Lovato "No Promises". This is a perfect track for those long summer nights.
Miami Heart resident, Archila, goes minimal with “Green Haze Kush” released on his own label Cedez. Those stabs, vocals and uplifting groove will take you on a journey, “Have fun with it”!
“The Question” EP is the latest from Atnarko, Orlando-based DJ & Producer who always has a foot in South Florida. The Detroit native shows his impressive skills with these three snippets including a Spettro remix.
The latest from Luke Hunter entitled “Together,” is available now via typ3 records. This dark, techno track paired with the oldskool melody will take you to another place!
Retrasoft is the new project by Sam Plesset a.k.a. Dude Skywalker. Whatever moniker he calls himself doesn't really matter because this dude comes up with some quality, funky tracks. Thumbs up!
Following releases on Yoshitoshi, Made in Miami and Go Deeva, Wolf Story lands on Great Stuff. His latest piece, “Maasai,” refers to a tribe in Tanzania and Kenya. Enjoy!