Detroit Swindle are back bringing the NRG with this funky, high-tempo cut from their forthcoming ‘In Reverse’ EP. It’s out on 29th February on their flourishing Heist Recordings label, stay tuned for the three tracks that accompany it.
Detroit Swindle are back remixing their pal Mayer Hawthorne again in this excellently-titled free download. There’s nothing totally original about it but the piano loop and funky percussion work is second to none. There’s a whole eight and a half minutes for this one to creep in, too. It’s the Dutch duo at their best.
HD faves Detroit Swindle have whipped out a load of goodies on their upcoming release on Dirt Crew Recordings. ‘64 Ways’ is a collaboration with the slick and multi-talented Mayer Hawthorne and the release comes armed with a star-studded selection of remixes.
Not only have the Dutch duo done a Dub version of the tune themselves, but house royalty Kerri Chandler has crafted both vocal and instrumental versions of the track. Fellow Dutchmen Kraak & Smaak threw one in the mix too, so it’s a busy release but a good one. The trademark key loop from Detroit Swindle’s ’65th Way Dub’ version’s a stand-out for us.
Out June 16th, get your pre-orders in here.
Dutch duo Detroit Swindle have enjoyed a stonking 2013. Hot Karl popped this in his Human Drizzle Presents set at the Peckham Palais. They are back on form here, with a rolling remix of TCTS‘ ‘These Heights’.
Mile High Club indeed. It’s out now. The original is also definitely worth a listen too, and is also out now, on Greco-Roman.
Lars and Maarten of Detroit Swindle are hot right now. White hot. They’re back again with the ‘Break Up To Make Up’ EP, which is the début release on their very own label, Heist Recordings. The second track on the EP – ‘The Make Up’ – is a slice of summer house perfection, causing anyone who listens to it to do this uncontrollably for hours until they pass out. Probably. As you may have noticed from our inability to stop posting about them (ladies and gentlemen of the jury, exhibits A and B) we really cannot get enough of these two. It’s even stopped bothering us that they’re not from Detroit. We hope the preview tides you over until Monday, when you can get your mitts on the full shebang.
Little preview here of Waze and Odyssey’s upcoming release on Dirt Crew Recordings with Detroit Swindle’s Basement Dub remix. Everything this Dutch duo touch at the moment turns to gold, including this ace cut.
If this sounds up your street, check out the mix they’ve just done for Parisian-based Vibes & Pepper Records, it’s full of goodies:
Short and sweet playlist this month, with loadza good new music to get your teeth into over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
A strong return to the game from David August, Lindstrom and Detroit Swindle. New labels from Kidnap Kid and South London radio/party No Bad Days, a sparkling remix from Four Tet and dreamy cuts from Seb Wildblood and The Range.
Most noticeably Laurence Guy’s popped up on the blog with a storming start to 2016. In just under two months he’ll be heading things up for our party at the Bermondsey Social Club on Friday 13th May. More details on that intimate affair here.
For now, tuck into this and enjoy x
Consisting of two originals and a remix the whole package has a tasty summer vibe running throughout. Title track ‘Heaven’ has a wonderful mix of soul and house, with its strong gospel vocal and its piano-laden backdrop. Piano plays a big part in ‘Hold me In Your Arms’ too – we’d have no qualms sticking this one on repeat. Last up is a remix of ‘Heaven’ provided by K98. We know little about K98 but he’s packed a punch on this edit. Heavy support on this already, a quick scan online shows Detroit Swindle frequently dropping the tune, and it looks like it didn’t go down too badly at Gottwood either. Expect to hear a lot more of it.
The 29th release from Wolf Music is a good one! Get a copy here.
Anyone need to blow the cobwebs this morning? We highly suggest you wrap your ears around this little mix Blonde have done for Mixmag, the tracklisting’s a fun-filled line-up including Detroit Swindle, MK’s tasty remix of Celine Dion and an excellent inclusion of Beesmunt Soundsystem’s summer hit ‘How I Wish’ – these boys clearly know their way around a party tune.
It’s no surprise then that one half of this Bristol/Leeds duo comprises one of the co-founders of the ever-popular tastemakers Eton Messy, and with a recent signing to Parlophone they’re clearly going places.
Joining Detroit Swindle’s excellent offering, a couple more remixes of TCTS’ quirky jam ‘These Heights’ have recently surfaced. We’ve got label owners Greco Roman Soundsystem’s edit and fast-rising producers Kry Wolf have had a go too – both proving to be the jackin’ bits of audio you’d expect from such talent. Purchase the lot here.
We’ve whacked in the DS remix for good measure: