We’re in the heat of Miami Music Week, Ultra is upon us, yet the flow of music continues despite a huge chunk of the scene being in Florida. In this week’s Conspectus Chapter, we showcase some party jams that will bring all the Miami fun to your computer screen, with the option of taking these songs with you to your weekend adventures. Chapter 4’s aim is to get you off your feet and ready for the weekend parties. Use them at the pre-game, the party or even to keep things going after. All we ask is that you dance!
Ricardo Brooks single “Lawlessness” is the perfect song to get you into the right mindset for any night. The electro concoction walks the line between gritty and clean with it’s multitude of sounds and elaborate arrangement. Turn the lights down and the bass up to get the full effect of this banger!
“The Big Room” is an original from DJ Hero that is anything but big room. It’s a robotic breakbeat monster that will put some pep in your step while instilling the same imperative into the rest of the crowd. The need is to move; if this doesn’t do the trick then you’ll need to re-evaluate some things in your life.
Laurent Lacomucci‘s track “Scarlett” landed on our Soundcloud page just four days ago with almost one hundred favorites racked up in that time frame. It’s a groovy progressive tune whose sound shies away from the festival style that we usually tend to hear from producers. I feel this is much more lively and easier to connect with on a deeper emotional level. It’s also the only free download in this chapter!
More house music comes to us from Justin Luke whose latest track “Save Yourself” landed on our page shortly after he released it through System Odi. It’s a minimal electro hit from a Brit who knows a thing or two about real dance music. “Save Yourself” sticks with the shadowy vibe that seems to permeate all of Justin’s productions.
Wrapping things up this chapter is a collaboration between Arkatec and Scott Anselmo. “Reach Around” is quite literally a reach around the genre board, taking from techno, progressive and electro to create an industrial anthem. If anybody hits an underground rave this weekend, this is totally something you could end up hearing. If you have no plans to go to one, then put your own together!